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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 15, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 7

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I wish I could sen this cur,
Or give him away,
.Or something.
I've kicked him, out-hut. he just
won't stir.
He's bound to stay
The fool little dumb thing.
His eyes just begged,
So I've kept him 'round,
Though I haven't found
Any use for him.
He has lots of vim,
For he chews
Our shoes
And hearings in bones,
And he tracks in mud, .
And he'howls in tones
That would freeze your bloody
And he trips us up
As he runs about,
And we step on the pup
If we don't watch out,
And he's just no use, not use at all.
I'd be pleased to death if the man
would call
Prom the city pound and' grab the
bum I .
And there's the dbg catcher, Pido
'come v
Well hide inside
For a little while
Till lie's gone on his way a half a
For you aren't much use or account,
it's true,
But I don't want the dog catcher get
ting you!
As collectors of dust 'and mud
motorcyclists are unequaledV
A young man in Kansas secured
an old rain coat, split it up the back
almost to his waist and equipped
it with snap fasteners on each side
so that he could fasten it about his
legs when riding.
It doesn't look very nice, but it
keeps off the mud and dirt, and does
not cost very much- either, as the
cheapest sort of a rain coat was used.
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Toronto, Ont., March 15. All
stages on consumption were repre
sented in the cases treated by Dr.
F. F. Friedmann, the Berlin scientist,
in his demonstration here yesterday.
Dr. John Drover, a local dentist,
who was treated by the German doc
tor in Berlin, has sent word to 'his
family here that he believes he has
been completely cured. For more
than a-year he has been" unable to
walk because the malady had spread
to his knee joints. Today he said he
was able to walk normally and all
pain had left him.

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