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traordinary fact that he had not pre
The monster had six legs, the extra
pair snugly tucked away under its
"Yes O indeed, yes, we thank you
for a most entertaining exhibition,"
said the Rajah to Loftis.
Loftis opened his eyes. He was
back in his apartment, and the Rajah
was bending over him with a pleased
"You see," the ruler explained, "my
people are very bitter against the
English just now. It was necessary
to give a spectacle a show, you un
derstand, before they would consent
to my sparing your life and remain
ingk neutral in this war. That is a
nice tiger, eh, Mr. Lortis?"
He chuckled and doubled over.
"No tiger," he said. "Just orthop
teris, you understand. Indian crick
et, shaped and striped like a tiger, but
only half an inch long. Looks very
much like a tiger, eh, with a half inch
of magnifying glass in front of him?"
HE'LL LEAD BRITISH IN SERBIA
SAYS JANET FISH MADE DOG
KENNEL OF HIS MANSION
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New York. Miss Janet Fish, niece
of the late Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish, and
a prominent young New York society
woman, has been sued by Daniel H.
Morgan, a millionaire, for $3,000 be
cause, he alleges, she turned his
mansion into a kennel for her blue
blooded dogs and damaged it to this
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When sewing try to change your
position frequently. Try to have the
light come to the work from the
Salt oysters just before serving;
1 cooking with salt hardens them.