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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 15, 1913, Image 30

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lng forty miles apart and never used LOOKr Qli'D CBAPR1E! ITS;.THE
a false name
Alton, III. "Watch it bounce," said
William Cannon, throwing one of his
wife's biscuits on the floor. She had
him arrested for disorderly conduct.
St. Clairsville, O. Painless cucum
ber, guaranteed not to cause tummy
ache, is discovery announced by W.
N. Miller, gardener.
New York. Angus K. Christopher
son, arriving from Scotland, refused
to pay $2.53 duty on strip of cloth
because it was'S.unday.
Merchantville, N. J. M.-S. Smoker
had hiccoughs since Sept 2. No
medical assistance. Lost '20 pounds.
Athens. AMykonos farmer spent
savings of twenty years, to erect me
morial chaperin gratitude for return
unwounded of his nine sons from
Balkan wars.
St. Petersburg. Eight Russian
districts said to 'be infected with
Asiatic cholera. Epidemic feared.
No cases reported in St. Petersburg.
Quarantine established.
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"I've made my wife quit telling me
to stop.smoking."
"How did you do it?"
"I stopped." M t :j "t.
Will the monocle ''fad succeed the
lorgnette habit? ' ', .'
Well, if it does, will it give you the
same cold chill do,wn the'middle of
the spine thatjou'felt when. my. lady
of fashion used to raise the -tortoise-shell
affair and' icily survey you,
something like a-bugist looks through
a microscope to find out how many
hairs a whisker microbe has?
Or is the monocle 'just a fad of
the moment to be worn by feminists
on a parallel' in mentality with the
dude who has hitherto".claimed this
silly habit His own bally right?'
Questions for you to decide your
self if you think you know anything
about women, but, bahJovewe bet
the girl with the sjit s'kirt ain't going
to wear a monocle. What's the use
of the ''slit skirt if the mea-'lbok at

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