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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 17, 1912, Image 16

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All Wasted On Him.
She (walking home frp'ni
church). Did you notice
'that lovely Parisian hat
Mrs. Styler was rearing? I
could think of nothing else
the whole time.
He No, my dear, can't
say I did. To tell you the
truth, I was half asleep most
of the time.
She Then you ought to
be ashamed to own it. .V
nice lot of good the services
must have done you, I must
o o
He Was Mixed
' Willie Say, pa, .yqu
ought to see the men acrqss'
the street raise a house on
Pa (absently) Impossi
ble, Willie. You can open
on jacks, but a man is a fool to try
to raise on them ;er Imean it
must have been quite a sight.
JDouble Mistake.
Pat Have yez seen Moike
lately? v '
Terence Oi hov not. Oi
thought Oi saw him yesterday
and he thought he saw me, but
when we got up to each other, be
dad, 'twas naythur av usT
V v o o l
Made Him Think.,
She was a bright girl and her
escort, who was also her intend
ed, was delighted to find how
quickly sne grasped the points of
the game. She got on so welj.
that he ventured' light witticism
on the subject.
jffe He iss. Ug.-tkue. He saii up vh i
"iK.H rn Jt...-. ... 'X I
iwi" ywv -UVU3, our WZ mz.TTER BE
wnj IKVUJ- M(M J
yI DON' TRUSr HM?- " .
"Baseball reminds me of the
household," he remarked. "There
is the plate, the batter, 'the fowls
the flies, etc"
"And it reminds me of a mar
riage," she retorted. "First the
diamond where they are engag
ed, then the struggle and the hits,
then the men going- out and fin
ally the difficulty they have in
coming home."
And he sat and thought and
Jack Johnson didn't say : "My
hat in the ring;" "stripped to tHe
buff;" and "slugged 'em over the
ropes." That is not the language
of the prize ring, but of Oyster
Bay statesmanship.

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