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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 15, 1912, Image 15

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n. y.-jjune 15. when a, "person
gets a packidge by express in this
liefe town they1 don't say, o my, i
wonder who has sent me a pres
ent, and begin looking around for
the sizzors to cut ,the string
offen it
they holler murder, help, po
leeces,"and,Tun like 'blazes
bimeby -probly they get their
nerve back and if "they cant think
of no ennemy witch is seekin
their life they open thepackidge
and laff to think how skared they
but yetyou cant blame them
for being skared, 'every onct in a
while-in,thisrs'itty sumboddy gets
a box sent to-them, and when
they pryopen,-zip,'bang, it goes
and its nuthing but luck whether
they need the dockter or the cor
roner sam horwitz he had been read
ing in the papers about them
things and that's, ho wnecome to
be pritty near a hero.
sam. he works in a shirt waste
factory, and ruby samuels works
there too and meyer bloom.
sam and meyer they both think
pretty well of ruby
well, meyer he went away a
cuppel'of days ago foe a vacation,
his "bruther was opening a sum
mer hotel, and he'offered meyer
20 per cent off the reglef' rates to
come up for the first week and
set on the poarch and when any
boddy come along pretend .to
them, that he liked the grub and
there wasent no muskeeters and
all that-bunk
so meyer he went and next day
come a packidge for ruby
she was just going to open it
when sam come dashing up, and
he ses, hold ! a minnit more and
yure life would not of been worth
nuthing, this', is a bum, i bet you'
so ruby she skreems, andall
the uther gerls skreems, a,nd sam
gets a buckit of water, and puts
the bum into it, and he puts on a
pare of overshoes so lie can walk
soft, and he takes the bum over
to the poleece station
the cops they took the buckit
and set it out in the yard and
let the bum soke all day,-and then
in the evening after the bunch in
the shirt waste facktory quit
work they all blew around to sed
had it gone off yet
so a detecktif he took the
"bum out of the water, and he
held his Ijreth and opened it, and
it was a whole pound of 30 cent
chocklits witch meyer had sent to
ruby m ,
and if sam gets a carniggy
meddal, it will not' be pinned on
his boQzum by the fair hands of
ruby, in fact she just missed his
bean with the box of water
logged chocklits, sutch is human
gratitood johny
The fundamental cause of dry
skin, as manifested in this coun
try, is dry heat. Steam heat, hot
air heat and hot water heat are
enemies to the skin. The remedy
is water in the air of thevhouse.
The kitchen is all right when the
tea kettle is boiling. See that tjie
1 rest of house, fs like the kitchen j

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