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law visited the den of Pietro and re
covered the stolen jewelry.
A free man, with the real culprit
in custody, the first act of Alan
Pearce was to see that the poor girl
was placed in kind hands.
And when Annette and himself
went to housekeeping, little Carlotta
became a maid in the happy household.
PLENTY HIGH STEPPING IN NEW CAKEWALK
Some High Kicking in the "Razza-pa-Zazza," Old Original Cake-Walk Step.
The Razza-pa-Zazza is the original
"down south" cake walk step with
The partners face each other, the
dance opens with a waist-high kick,
It was Noah who was voicing the
"My wife made me get up and shut
the windows every night it rained."
New Haven Register.
the girl sways backward with her
weight on the man's arm and they
dance away in the cake waik prance.
The "dance ends with a kick and the
final grand bow.
"Pa, why does a woman give up
her job in an office as soon as she
gets a husband?"
"She can't very well be boss in both
places, can she?" Buffialo Express,