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ing London audiences just now. The tall person is her brother.
Anita is said tobe the smallest living adult in the world, and her
manager offers $5,000 to back it
Anita is 26 inches tall. She was born 30 years ago in Hungary.
, At birth she was 5 inches tall and weighed three-fourths of a
"pound. She is intelligent and speaks French, German, Hungarian
and English. Her brother, a Hungarian soldier, is six feet tall.
HER YOUNG BROTHER
The Grinning Imp Finds
That It Pays To Be
a Sport. - -
Shelby hurried up the rose.
lined path humming a half for
gotten ballad of sentiment. He
tugged at the bell with his heart
pounding the golden numbers of
hope when Sue came, hcgYipped
her small fingers until she winc
ed, and half dragged her into the
cozy parlor. t
"Ethel he "murmured, draw
ing her to him, "I've made, good
on that -western land deal, and I
want you tc "
"Ahem!" interrupted a shrill,
boyish treble; and Shelby sprang
back from the tempting ripeness
of his lady's lips. '
"It's Georgie," explained Ethel'
Fulton.1 "Mamma's gone, and'
he s left in my charge.
Shelby turned to confront a
small, fluffy-tied, curly-haired,
Fauntleroy-togged im, grinning
broadly from a darkened corner.
"It must be aoout Master
Gedrgie's bedtime," '-stammered
Shelby. "See""'li6w sleepy he
"Bedtime nothin' !" snorted
Master Georgie. "Pm wide
awake as kittens." - ,
"Georgie - Pulton 1" scolded
Miss -Ethel! " '
Shelby, reddening, reached into
his pocket. "Here, young man,
is a quarter. Now you run up
stairs; and dream you-'re a pirate."
Master Georgie looked long
ingly at the .silver coin, then
shook hfs.nead'. "Mother doesn't
allow rne to take money from peo
ple and Ethel would tell'
Shelby grew desperate. "Here,
I'll make ft a dollar. Fve some
thing very important to say to
your sister in a Ltv business
Georgie' s eves glistened, but he
sh'rugged his 'shoulders.
'If Ethel would crd.ss her heart
and body She wouldn't tell "
threw out the impx suggestively.
."Yes that's it," said Shelby,
suddenly brightening. "You
promise, don't youj Ethel?"
knows jt isn't right to accept
money frdm strangers and be
ide$I see no reason for his go-ing.'--
Shelby. wheeled. "You don't !"
"N-n-o stammered' Ethel.
Shelby' glared. "Then you
don't consider what I have to say
to you is important enough not
to be overheard by a roojn full of