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brave. The thing had to be done. I
was working upon the case, and heard
he was in town. I had to .'arrest him."
"Oh, it wasn't hard," 7 -answered
John Wells. "I had to"fcriock him
down and take his pistol away, but
don't strangle, me, Marcia."
"OhJphh'1' she sobbed, "I I I
Ohy.yoii'ltriever know. But listen! I
love du better than I ever loved
WORLD'S PRETTIEST PRINCESS IS IOLAUDA
Inheriting the beauty-' , of her
mother, Queen Elena, Princess Ib
landa, oldest of the Italian royal .chil
dren, is said to be the" loveliest .prin
cess in the world. "Iolanda is 13 aWa,
like her mother, she hasbroiwn eyes
and brown hair.
Head Master Tell me the mean
ing of the word "appetite.'" "
Tommy Please, sir, when you're
eating you're 'appy, and -when you've
finished you're tight! 1 , ,
Cabbage: contains no starch and -its
greatest food' value is in the bulk it
"gives. ' .
Cabbage should be medium-sized.
The larger Heads are coarse and
Cabbage, should be put into salted
boiling, .wteri' a little at a time, so as
not toreTduce'the boiling. Cook in an
uncovered kettle, pushing the cab
bage., under the water several times
during, ffle. cooking.