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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 26, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 20',
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deplored his carelessness in. staining
"You should have worn gloves,"
she declared. "We are going home
and you had better join us and let me
get some turpentine on your hands
or the stain -will last for weeks."
Bryce Willard thrilled, as half an
hour later the soft, soothing hands
of Ina Wardell bathed his own with
the cooling liquid that would prevent
them "being ,a sight!" His enrap
tured lips could have kissed them
which he did later!
CLASS OF BIG BOYS
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New York, Nov. 26. Miss Mathil
da Weill is so pretty the boys in her
class at Public School No. 30 jfist
couldn't resist the temptation to kiss
her. As a result she caused the ar
rest of almost the entire class after
a "kiss raid" in which she was com
pelled to seek refuge in another room.
"Who wouldn't?" demanded Ray
mand Maloney, one of the alleged
ringleaders, when he faced Judge
Collins in children's court
Miss Weill, who is 22 and small,
teaches a class of backward boys.
Many of them are so overgrown that
they tower above her.
"They were always saying, 'teacher
won't you kiss me'?" testified Miss
One day, she said, the older boys
surrounded her, and after she escap
ed she decided to call in the police.
Tis sad but true, that the man
who agrees with you may be wrong.
By Caroline Coe
Put 2 cups of water and 1 of milk
into double boiler and allow to come
to boiling point Mix iy cups of
cornmeal with 1 teaspoon of salt
and turn over it 1 cup of cold water;
stir until all the meal is moistened,
then add by spoonfuls to the boiling
water; stir a minute, then cover and
cook at least two .hours. Serve hot
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