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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 14, 1913, Image 8

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set ub and tell the Sundav Evenine
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America has become too mercenary.
Butvnone of the Chicago pastors
-who have department store owners
in their congregatiori"have hadcour
age enough to tell 'the truth.
Taking a shot at King Alfonso of
Spain is getting to be a regular habit.
o o-
This Is Eddie.
JEddie W.ettin, a regular English'
boy,. is coming to. America 1
Eddie's grandfather was over here
in 1859, and folks icouldh't do enough
for him. They feted him and cheered
"him and praised him and ran after
him as long as he would stay.
Eddie is a young chap not much
over fi feet tall, rather good look
ing, very pleasant and as democratic
as a laboring man. He's a blonde with
blue eyes, red cheeks and big, white
teeth. As to accomplishments this
English boy who is coming to see
Canada and the Yankees, top, maybe
runs like a deer, manages a bicycle
like a trick rider, knowa a lot about
books, social niceties and nautical
terms. s
He's a first-class sailor and has the.
reputation of J1 possessing wonderful'
.Eddie Wettin's proposed desjina- ,
tion is Canada. But if Uncle Sam
should have one of his frequent spells
of hospitality and invite the foreign
boy over the border to see the won
ders of the United States well, if he
does, and he's accepted U. S. girls
won't let wind or weather stop them
when there's a chance to be in at ,the
Eddie's chief hobby is to be a regu
lar boy. He drinks wine, but no beer:
He smokes a pipe, but no cigarets.
His best game is hare and hounds and
he delights to outdo every one else in
By the way, Eddie's full name is
Edward Albert Christian George
Andrew Patrick David Wettin.
And he is Prince of Wales, heir ap-.
parent to the throne of England.
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f- Miss Quiz Governess, why should
people always select the serpent as
the symbol of evil and badness? Re
sourceful Governess Well, you see,
the poor tnihg hasn't a leg to stand
Bellows Does you daughter, play
on the piano? Old Farmer ,(in.tones
of deep disgust) No, sir. She works
on it, pounds 'on it, rakes it, scrapes
it, jumps on it, rolls over on it, .but;
there's no play about it, sir.

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