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As Whfck wandered over the ; eaMvsp_reaar^
ToYs often did not appreciate them. Once he found a little boy who had a fine > Jafck-in-the-Box with whichhe might haye;p!ayed, butithe little boy was:iinhappy; and dis
contented. : "I wish," cried the; little Jwy, "that this Jack-Jn-the-Box^was a-real big/ live playmate." Whisk, with , a mischiey^usismile^&asta magicjray from his magic
wand on the gay-colored Jack-in-the-Box, which be^an getting bigger and bigqeiv and bigger and b^ The little boy was very
much scared, and at first was temptedlo run away, but-Jack's kindly; smile • soon won his conficfence and soon he was seated in Jack*s lap listening to a wonderful
fairy story about a little boy who always got wfiat He wanted and then found it wasn't what he wanted after all. Feeling he had perhabs tauaht the little boy a bet.
ter way to be happyjflfhisk went on his way. [Continued next Sunday.] " "m& ~
Yens Bane Catching Fish at Last.
By \Valfe Ktihfu