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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 29, 1912, Image 9

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"Baby" Manassee.
Mr. andMrs.-H.-'Hanassee, Los
Angeles-, are the proudWd happy
parents of a little girl ' who was
born wkh three teeth.
The astonished mQthej prompt
ly called the doctor such a thing
as a bd. by only a few hours old
"with teeth was unheard of. The
idoctor lookedfelt and pondered.
tl O-
rA A Sense of v Humor.
Probably the mbsfreraarkable
"sense of humor ever known was
that of a German ' soldier who
"laughed uproariously all the time
he was being flogged, and when
the Officer, at the end, inquired
the cause of his mirth he broke
"Funny," said the doctor, "bill!
I guess we'd Better not pull 'em.
If you sayso, though, I'll pull em
out.'' ,
"Mercy no," screamed the
mother, and now she is proud to
exhibit the teeth of the little one
and thinks it would be better if
all children came into the world
tha't way.
The Wrong ''Cylinder."
The motorist emerged from be
neath the car and struggled for
breath. His helpful 'friend, hold
ing an oil can, beamed on jjim :
"I've just given the cylinder a
thorough oiling, Dick."
Cylinder r bowled the motor
xout into a fresh fit of lafughter and
ist; that wasn t the cylinder; it
was nrg-earl"
cried. Wy.I;niuiejvrOiJgnian,y

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