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f York. She also-tells of -a sad visit to
Hanover, Germany, where-her moth
er died four years ago.
J. I. Kraeg; 1808 Farnam , av.,
Omaha, is claimed by her' as a rela--tive,
but Kraeg denies '.that he ever
knew her. She talks a great deal, .but
what she saysthrows no light on her"
So the mystery of the girl -who
came to Anchorage from'"nowhere"
grows deeper and darker.
What will become of "her,? Will she
pass into history as one of the unsolv
able identity mysteries? Will she
share oblivion" with J. C. R., so long
an unidentified inmate of a Minne
Perhaps she will or, perhaps,
some one will recognize in this pic
ture some girl they once knew some
JIace, somewhere, and the veil of
mystery will be lifted from "Belva
Brown," and the girl who has so
completely forgotten the world may
be reclaimed once more by the world.
Hill W&Kmmmi, xEt-VHKkX.
"Belva Brown," the "Girl of Mystery'
At home I often have to slap
My saucy younger brother.
I think I'll call-him- One Good Turn,
. For he always deserves another.
My dentist cures my aching jaws.
My teeth he yanks or fills.
I call him "Boy Scout" iust because
He dearly loyes his drills.
New York Tribune.
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