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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 18, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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"A BALLYHOO WEDDING"
Alas, Miss Diflpickles Seems Doomed Never to Marry Not Even a Freak
and Not Even in Fun!
M Swapped Hopes and Fears With the Fat Girl."
III.
Just as Mr. Kiester, of Kiester's
Karavan of Kurios predicted, his
dwarf's forthcoming wedding to a
young belle of the village (me) cer
tainly caused livelier interest in, the
Indoor Street Fair. The attendance
picked up wonderfully. "Admiral
Atom" became the center of at.tsa.c-.
tion, and there was much speculation :
as to who the bride would be. That '
was being kept a secret until the day '
of the mock ceremony.
While, waiting for my non-binding
nuptial knot, I swapped hopes and '
fears with "Heavyweight Hilda," the '
Fat Girl. She and I got rather chum-
injt She was a very sedate person '

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