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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAECH 31, 1912
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.HS prizes today go for letter about outdoor life.' The tint
prise la won by Mabelle Erlaadsoo, who Urea In Polar. WIj.
that sounds very cold, doesn't It? and who deacribea farm
life there. Mabelle la a new Bee who has joined, the Red
aide. The aecond prixe goes to Mary Myrtle Hobson, who
tells us about her black kitten, Topay.
Busy Bees Who Are Pra&ical Workers
Most t the new Bees today hare Joined the Red Side. And right here
'the Children1 page editor would like to say that it koka vary much as if
' the Red aide would win the Tictory, when we figure up which aide has won
the most prises. It seems aa if the Reds hare made up their minds not to
Viet the Blues win a second time.
i Last Sunday's prize winner, Harry E. Tyler of Hastings, bis written
saying that he wishes to be on the Red aide. The other new Reds are to
day's prise winner, Mabelle Erlandaon of Polar, Wis.; William 8tockham
f Omaha and Edith Hawkins of Omaha. Martha Clifton of South Omaha
comes In on the. Blue side and Mollie Corenman of Omaha does not stste
which side she wishes to Join.
rhe Husv Hees
-V, -j . : .4
'i ;This week is spring vacation in the public schools. Let us have come
letters next time about how the Busy Bees spent their holiday.
V Happy en the Farm.
By Mabelle Erlandaon. Polar Wis., Red
r , . Side. .
Have any f the Busy Beea ever vla
fted Polar? If you have not; I am Are
you would enjoy yourselves very much
If y ju would. ...
i-livs on a farm of 120 acrea of land.
At . the northeast corner of our place
lies, a lake.' It is very beautiful.' la
winter there is skating, hauling lots and
taking up big cubes of Ice. '
. Along the shore of the lake is a road.
Rome people call It Lake Shore drive.
IS winter on this road, when It starts
to frees the blr red water tank appears.
It is full of water and Is drawn by four
beautiful black horses. Aa soon aa the
tank has sprinkled water to (be thick
nasi of eight Inches, then-we see the
rudder coming early In the morning.
This rudder la very, heavy and large.
U cuts ruts Into the lea for the sleighs.
Whea the rudder has ena Its duty the
steam logger cornea.' It travels seven
Intles from Polar to camp. It hauls big
log. There are usually four or five
toads that K pulls after It. It makes
five trips a day. The logger paasna
. right through our hud. Some of the boys
esll It Black Bees and Have made a
very aloe song about It "Last Sunday
there were fourteen young people who
went sleigh riding out to Klrach's camp
for an 'oyster supper. The girls furnished
the team, the boya the oysters and crack
ers. We got borne st 1 19 In the even
ing. We all sad a Jolly time.
' We have cows, chickens, hogs, horses
and a dog on our farm. I milk four
rows. I like to milk. My mamma la
working In the boarding house this win
ter and I am heme keeping house for
my dear papa aad my brother.
, t play the piano and ting. I like to
aew. cook and bake. .
; Soon spring will be here. I sm plant-
Ing tomatwoeeeoe so I will have red
i tomatoes before Jack Froet cornea.
I am a new Bee.
FMn & y.t "
-. '- " -(Second Prise.)
- Topsy, My Black Kitten.
By Mary Myrtle Hobeon. Aged I Tears,
: - Xearney, Neb.
. Topsy' Is my black kitten. Its Is as
'black W bight and has big, yellow eyes.
I-ast, winter1 he belonged to pur neigh
bors,; but when they moved to another
part of the city he did not want to go
' because he had never known any other
home than the one where be then lived.
So I took him and tie Is mine now.
One day mamma discovered that some
mice had been la the cupboard In the
J summer kitchen, so we put Topsy in
there one night snd about o'clock some
thing went bunk, bump, out In the sum-
mer kitchen snd mamma took a light
'and. looked. What do you suppose wa
saw? .There sat Topsy eating a mouse
and be had knocked aa old milk strainer
,If we de not have enough milk some
times mamma takes aoma hot vmlirr. a
little milk and aoma augar and then
crumbs a-cracker Into It, puts It la his
dish, snd you ought to see him lick that
up. Ha srul eat tomato soup snd cocoa,
too. Often when mamma goea out to
feed the chickens he goea too. and some
time he climbs on bar back and anca
he remained there until she returned to
.Well, I must quit and leave room for
some ether little gill'
' (Honorable Mention.)
By Nine Alice Needhem, Clara, Idaho.
... , v. Bluetfkie,
This is my first story te the Busy Bee
page and I will writs about a picnic
We-planned to have a ptcnto one fine
summer day. We started the next morn
ing In ear boat for Granite creek. We
caught -'seven lake trout ea the way and
had them tor lunch.
We had a tine lunch of pie, bread and
butter, jelly, fish and elites. After we
at lunch we picked flowers and roamed
around the shore. After a While we want
to a farmer's house and listened te bis
"We had a fin time and reached home
at O'clock that evening. We were all
glad when supper time came.
I bote to sea my story printed.
. . t ' Tie Match Girl.
iy Elisabeth Laux. Aged 15 Tears. ttH
Larimor Avenue. Omaha, Neb.
There, was once a girl who was very
poor.. Her tstser did not work at all.
this jlttle girl bad te seU ss many
packagea of matches In en day. She had
no shoes or stockings.
. It was a New Tear's ere. and the
little gbrl had aa matches sold, and she
.dared not g horn without any money. --
Tberajras a house near by aad the
.little girt crept up close te Ike side, arbere
th wind could not get her. Her fee
were very coM and blue. Then th IHtle
girl wanted to light a match, but dare
not, Finally aba Ut one, and In th Dam:
an saw a shining atove and a llul girl
warmlag her feet. Just the th match
went oat. 8h lit another, and In rbta
an saw a gooea ready to eat Then that
match went out. She 1U; another and saw
a Christmas tree with candles. Just then
that match erent out. Ba she lit aaoCber.
and Ik tMs she saw bar kind trend mother,
who ah loved so much. The metofe was
Juat about to sc. est. and she said: -Oh.
grandmother, dor not go away.?. And an
her kind grandmother .should not an
way aa tt every asstcb sa bad. Then
by Little Folk
BTJIES FOE YOTOQ 'WEITESS
1. Write plainly ea ea std at
tb paper only aad a am Bar the
a. Use pea aad Ink. aet pen
cil. 3. Short and pouted articles
will ba given preference. Do aet
nee ever tso words.
e. Original stories er . letters
ealy wiu be used.
S. Write your same, age aad
address at the top ex tb fin
drat and eeeaad arise ef Seeks
will b given fee tb Sen w oesv
tribatleao to tkla page aaeh week.
Aareee all ooatmuasoattsss te
m, vmaaa, ass.
she said te her grandmother: "Please take
me Into heavea with you." And she then
sa . her grandmother taking her lnte
Just' then the Httle girl fed asleep. In
the morning the sun shown bright over
th UtU girt. As the man of th hens
went to work be found th body. He took
It to his wife, who said: -Poor thing!
Died tram hum i lines and coldness.'
. They bad a funeral and buried th body,
and that was the and of tb little match
Queer Chinese Customs.
By Frederick Nelson Keens, Aged U
Tears. Kearney, Neb. Blu Bide.
The CMncee kev seme Very eueer cus
toms. When two Chinamen meet,' instead
of abaklng bands, they shake their fists
la each ether's faoes. It several China
men are all going together. Instead of
walking ail In a bench aa are do, they
walk off la single file Ilk gesso. .
The Chinese women used to bled their
daughters' feet when they were young, so
when they-grew up their feet ' were
often only two and one-half Inchea long.
They do sot do. this much new, however.
To Chinee of the richer elaas seldom
drink cold water, and their win Is served
Some Chinamen let their fingernails
grow very long. The longer they are
th mora highly the owner te respected.
Bom of them have silver guard to slip
over them to keep thtta from breaking.
There wss a man Is Canton who could
rest the palm of his hand on his chin
and touch the back of hla neck with his
It Is said that a Chinaman receive but
two hatha, on when he Is bora aad an
when be te prepared for burial.
In the Cbineea schools th boys and
girls shout their lessons at the top of
their, voices, and If any of them stop the
ouster thinks they are not studying snd
he taps them on the bead with a long
The Chines have no alphabet, but the
Chinese boys and girls must learn several
thouaand different characterra by sight
By Lillian Hoistrem, -Aged je Tears. ttU
Miami Utreet. Omaha.
One eoM winter day little Ida, whs
was years old. want out sleigh riding.
She had been- out for about ten minutes
when she heard her mother calling ber.
Bhe pretended as if she didn't hear ber
and kept on sliding. Boon she was get
ting cold. and went in.
Aa seen as she got In the door her
mother told her to go out and get the
mail. Bo Ida ran out and got the mail.
Soon she came In shouting: "Oh, mother,
I got a postal card from Margaret and
she Is going to have a birthday party.
Can I got" -
"Tee," ssld her mother. Be soon came
the day whan Ida was to ge t the party.
"Mamma, comb my hair?"
"No, I haven't time." said her other,
"I have to scrub."
Boon It wss tee tote snd Ida couldn't go.
"Mamma, why didn't you esmb my
hair when I asked you."
"Because I was busy scrubbing aad
anyway, yesterday, when I called yea.
you pretended aa it you didn't bear me."
Then Ida began te cry, aad said ak
would always come whoa her mother
The DiwMieat Boy.
By Beatrice Lenta, 424 Martha Street
Omaha. Blu Side.
Once upon a time -there was ,a- Utile
boy and he was th nly en and he
got everything be wanted te have. Aad
his father and mother and th boy were
going out and he was All ready to go.
So they ssld tbey would be ready soon
and be could g out and play la th
yard. He went eat and after a little
while hi playmate began calling btra.
Ke said a couldn't go out of th yard,
and tbea be thought that bis father and
mother would be ready whea he came
tack. . So they erent out fishing and
bad a good time, but after a got aoma
bis mother said that be couldn't ge out
of th. nous until be promised her he
wouldn't go oat of the yard any more.
A Horse ' Prayer to Eii Hatter. ?
By Myrtle, siekkotter. Aged TJ Team.
Greta. Neb, Blue Bid.
"To the my master I offer any prayer.
Peed me. water me, and whea tb day's
work is done provide me with a abetter,
a dean dry bed and a stall wide enough
te h down la comfort. . Speak to ass,
yew vole eftea mean ea- much te me
as th reins. Never strike, beat, nor
hick m whea I do not understand what
you mean. Pet m sometimes that I
may serve raw th more gladly. Watch j
There Is a little club of Busy Bees in
South Omaha wbe are sewing ea a quilt
Every Saturday afternoon thee little
women gather at th home f oa of tb
members and busily work en their euut.
They assemble with sewlsg bags weN
equipped with needles, thread aad scis
me, and If I fall to de your starting, as
If there Is not something wrong with my
harness er feet. De not beat me when
going up-hill snd do not tie my head In
an unnatural position. If I do not eat
examine my teeth for I may have aa
ulcerated tooth and that yew knew hi
very painful, and finally. O my master.
whan my ueefut strength Is goo do not
turn me out to freese sad stsrve. or
sell me te seme met master te be elowry
tortured and starved to death; but do
thou my master, take my life In th
kindest way and year Oei will reward
yen hera and hereafter.".
A Hunting Trip. '
By Walter Averill, TJi Canter Boulevard.
Let's go hunting tomorrow. ' It's Just
fin for ducks, aad we might run across
some rabbits er geesa."
The. speaker was eae of my frienita.
It was about : o'clock of the evening
of a cold day In February.
"Jure, that' a goad plan. Whea shsil
we meetr I replied.
"Ton call for me st o'clock tomor
row morning. We win take a lunch as
ws woa't have te eoate Soros for din
"Agreed, but Say Joet where are ws
Out to the Nodaway ereek, That's ss
good a peace aa any. Isn't tit" .
"Tea, and be sure and be ready at .'
Seven o'clock next morning found us
hurrying toward Nodaway creek. This
k Is full ef rapMs and falls but
la- ef good siee, M being several miles
long snd ss wide as the average creek.
After walking a little ever a mil w
cam to the creek. It proved a fin day
My friend aa armed with a Win'
cheater "8" and a email revolver. I car-
d a double-barrel sbotgua on my
hand, my treaty little "XT' on my back
and a Colt's six-shooter In my hip
pocket With these snd our lunch ws had
a pretty "heavy load to carry.
At least It began to grow dark and
we bad to go home, but nevertheless.
my friend proudly showed his parents
six fin ducks and two rabbits. In turn
I eahlMud five ducks, one of which waa
still tiring. I bad wounded It with my
"23". and had captured It after a long
chase. I alee shot st a rabbit with my
shotgun, awt when th smoke cleared
away I found, te my dismay, that I had
blown poor Mr. Rabbit to pieces. I
sis bad a big aautrrel that 1 bad shot
with my revolver.
I hope my story will be lc print. .
Olden Timet in Hew England.
By Helen II. Waters. Agrd 11 Years,
Broken Bow, Men. Blue awe.
Whea I ttved fn the New England
oolouies before the Revolution, you will
find that it Is much different from that
of the present time.
All the people of those eoknrie had
to go to church unless tbey were sick, or
war helping take-care of the sick. A
person in our neighborhood didn't go
because he dida't want to. The church
fined him about $lk The children could
not bav picnics er sny noisy game. A
great many people went t different
colonies because they dida't want to
ge to 'church.
We bad very few schools In these
colonies the people had pubMa schools.
But other colonies' bad private ones.
Our bouses were mad of logs. We
made our tllabea, furniture, clothing.
beueee, sad raised our food. ' The rich
people Ured In stone houses, They bad
slaves to do their work. There were lots
ef slaves hi the eouth. Tbey also sent
to England for their furniture.
We didn't have earpeta, but sprinkled
the floors with sand. Our holidays were
Thanksgiving and ' election days. " Th
roaaj would help each other wtth thelr
work. The men would betp each other,
By Eileen Dugaa. SM North rerty-eecond
street, umana. tie mae.
One there was a little girl whs hsd a
dove. One day the little girl who owned
the dove went out to feed R and H
s gone. She looked and looked but
couldn't find It so she said ah bad to
give ap; sb could lock a longer. There
was a nil ef wood out In the back yard.
She said ah would look there. So aha
did, and tb dove waa there, lying In a
neat be had mad himself.
ByVullam Stockbam. Omaha. Red Bid.
I put most of my spare time la reading
ad asaally read about two or three
books a week. I hav a library card and
my mother has eae. too. but she never
esse hers, a I get a book ea my card
and' a book ea ber card. I like to read
very wen aad hav read a great many
books, as well aa the Busy Be page
every Sunday. Some, people say I read,
semtuts club nr
sors snd lose no time In getting down to
work. First of oouraa, they have , to
cut out the bracks for lb eullt from
gaily colored gingham and caile: and
then tbey sew th pretty seuares together.
When enough squirts are reedy to
make a emit aad lining snd peddmg are
all sewed together, ' tb club Is going
me much, but I do not think so. I gH
a great many books every Christmas and
enjoy them very seech. I ass getting th
Boy Aeropkene series new. I have eta
ef them snd think they are very good
I am a new Busy Be and I hope my
story will not light to tb waste basket
Trip to Granite, Oregon.
By Albert Barrett, Cw East Thirteenth
Street. I'remont, Neb,
Dear Editor of TVs Be: I would Ilk
te Join th Busy Bee. Would yea pleea
send me th rulea. I hare never written
before. I hope you will be aMe te pub
Hah thla true story of my trip to Oranlta,
Ore. I am now I years of sge and te the
I waa born In a emaM mining came,
fifty-six miles from Baker City. My
father died when I was II months eld.
Then we went to Fremont, where my
mother's folks lived. When I waa I
years w went bark to visit my old
home, we first got on the I'nlon Ps
dfle Overland limited. We went by way
tot Salt Lake City.
Al (Irenger we went ever tb Oregon
Short Line. 'We stopped two weeks at
Salt Lake City. Wa went t SaN Air
beaeh and went la batMmt Besldea
taking In all tha amusements we asw the
narks and else tb but hit eg mad ef salt
We went te a blcyde race' ea Saucer
Rim track. After the race tbey Intro
duced us to th priseflghter, Johnson.
After star visit te gait Lake City we
went on ear way for Oregon. At Baker
City ws changed cars snd took tha
Sumpter valley road, called th narrow
gauge road. At tanapter. about thirty
eight mile frees Baker CKy, w bad t"
wait two beers for the stsge. Ws went
Qrt sea miles across tha mooatains, Oa
one side of the road you eould look dowa
lit te Ms feet ever stones, and under,
brash and hear tha atreama gushing by.
On th ether aid ws esuM see th high
It took us twe and sne-half hours to
rid to Granite, which wss my old home,
but we went on through to the Red Boy
mine. They changed horse al Grsatte,
as the Red Boy wss four miles further
ea. We stayed there twe months. W
went trout fishing, climbed mountains
and also wsded streams. We went
through th Red Boy mine. It wss great
te see all the machinery working. Ton
osuld not hear anyone talking because of
I can't lake time te tall all. but th
scenery wss grand.
By Grace Moore. Aged M Tears, Silver
irees. nta. mum Met,
On summer night my papa ssld w
eouid ga wad lag en the Platte river. W
all went We had on our old clothes.
We look pitchforks te catch the flab
We had ea our stockings snd shoe to
go down to tha river with. Whea we go
there we took off our shoes aad stock
togs. Then ws weat out to the river. I
caught twe or three little fish with th
My papa took as over where It was
quite deep. My brother said. "Let's go
in." So ws went la snd It cam way up
to our wstats. Ws mad to water splash
U ever each other end M got all
W took our fish hem and we put
them la a esa of cold water and when we
awoke ta the morning they wave an dead
la the ran. My brother was very much
disappointed, because he thought they
would ttv alt tb time I remain your old
Busy Bee. I hope my story Is la print
- The Faithful Dog.
By Pauline Semsrad. Omaha. Blu Sid.
There eoo Uved a family la Euro--
a man and bis wife and tney had a dog
named Fldo. They got tha dog when It
was a puppy.' It wss a very pretty dog
and It wss still pretty whea ba died.
The man worked In the bank and the
dog would always bring Mm hie hutch
every day. rata er shine. Whenever hlr
maeter would want anything at the store,
Fldo would go. bat every day he would
ge for some tobacco, and they lived ta
that place for a long lime, and th dog
was glad to go, because he always got
some meat and be was, glad to get n.
Juat Ilk we children are when we get
On day tb people bad te move be
cause the man was out of work, end the
dog could net be left back. so. they went
t th depot and the man said he could
not go, so they bad to walk, but they
re very Ured when they got there.
Tbea the people taught th dog to go
ta the store out there, too. but he did
not Ilk this piece. Whea he wss sent
I day he did net want te ge. but
finally he started, but he did not go to
it eae. He ran way out te the ether ,
te give the completed srtlcl to some
The Idea vf having th sewing Hub
originated wtth Ardalh Margaret Me
ant! and she Is the president Then
are eight assist si a In th club and they
all live to the sam neighborhood ami
meat of them go to Hawthorne school.
place. He re a all lb way. but It took
aim a stag time aad his master wa
looatitg all ever far him. and finally he
utaed aad be waa all out ef breath
and hlf mouth waa bleeding. Uon't you
think ha was braver This Is a tru
I am a aew Bee.
' Hew Bed Side Writer.
Ry Cora Btshon. Aged it Tears, Box &
Dear Editor: Thla to the first time I
have written to year page. 1 would Ilka
te Join the Busy Ber. I would like to
be oa the Red side. My pan takes Tb
Sunday Bee and I can hardly wait until
Sunday cornea to get It I wander how
many of th Busy Bee save the funny
pages that came In The Sunday Be. I
de and I make a scrap book out of them.
1 like Happy Hoeligaa and Cousin Willie
the beat Ss I eat them out and put
them In my scrap bosk snd my little
brother trill sit and look at them for an
hour at a time aad that gives us a rest
for a while from a noiy boy la the
bouse these snowy bad days wheel a
can't get eat nrs to play.' f will rktae
for this lime, hoping to see my letter
la print . '
Helen'! Birthday Party..
By Ruth Lowrla, Axed 12, Oman. Red
Helen's Mrthday was not very i far Vff
and aha waa not to know the aurpTio la
store for bar. On her birthday Metea's
mamma dressed ber up and aent ber to
tha store.- .WMI ah was goa a number
ef girls went;. In snd Helen's mamma
told them to hkle In Helen's room. .
A tow mlnutsa utter Helen waa coming
bona Bh went la Ser ruem I take erf
her things. Then the girls shouted "Sur
prise!" snd Helen was so frightened. But
she got over her secret -
Tbey hsd a very nice time. For re
freshments they had sandwiches, cookies.
cake snd Vce cream and so many ether
alee things. Helen wss pleased, and
said. "I wish my birthday would com
St Patrick' Day at School.
By Dorotkr Bwltarr, Aged Years. Fort
On March IS our school gave a small
entertainment. Wo did regular work until
after recess, then the fun began.
First, the teacher chose one ef the
children to tell an Irish story. There
were some right good ease, too.
After that we played games snd hsd
candv. The Oret game waa to take St
Patrick's asms snd see who could make
tb most small words out ef it In ten
minutes I think th most made waa
Then we played hide th thlmU. After
that we played New Orleans until we got
Ured. The last game waa tha fruit
Then wa went home, each having had
a fine time.
By Daniel Ash Lansfeld. Aged 1 Tears,
Normandle Apartment Omaha.
Once upon a time there wss a pot ef
gold at the end of th rainbow. On
asy somebody stole the pot of gold; oil
the people and th spirits of tha sir
hunted aad hunted, but the treasure could
not ba found.
After tbey had searched everywhere
they asked th trees of th forest to
bold up their branches to se If it were
concealed there. Bo all th trees of
tb forest did ss they were bidden, and
when tha poplar held up Ita branehas, out
tumbled tite pot of gold. '
The poplar tree waa so ashamed that
tba pot of gold bad beea found concealed
to Its branches that from that day to
this It alwaya holds Its foliage up.
A True Story.
Saturday the enow fell fast It was
se pretty. It fell on onr church. Sunday
It had changed to all aorta of animal
Borne thought tbey looked Ilka flocks of
sheep; ethers thought that they looked
US boas, snd some thought tbst they
looked Ilka elephants. Weu, I must close
now. Tour sincere friend,
WORTHINOTON L. WILLIAMS.
Aged (ft yeara. lilt North Twentieth
Joint the Bed.
By Edith Hawkins. Aged 10 Tears, tOS
Grant Street. Omaha. .
Drr Editor: I would like to be on the
Red aid. I hav read th stories and
letters snd I am much Interested In
them. I go to the Clifton Hill school and
sm In the Fourth B. My teacher's name
to Miss McDonald.
Would Join the Blue. "
Dear Editor: I have bm reading your
pas and I am very mach Interested. I
bee writtea several stories sad won on
, , V!
'- ';..', 1 X fdi
They range from t te IS year of age.
Th namr-a of tha members of th
eewtng ciuh aa tbey are seated la tb
picture counting from left t right an:
Pay Acker. Martha Cltftoa. Geaevleva
Jehnaon. Ardath Margaret McRrtda, Es
ther Kyetrna, Edith Johnson, HermkMo
Wright and Yettle Wright
prhnv 1 would Ilk to Joia the Blue
e. I wouki like If yaa would te write
snd tell me the rale. I know see, bet
I alt ARDATH M'BRIDsV
Sewing and Gymnasium.
By Martha Kiltabeth Adams, III North
Twetrtr-flftfe Btreet Smith Omaha,
I .Neb. Aged 13 Tears.
The girls of my school room and th
teachers formed a sewing club. The
nam of our sewing club Is Betsey Ross
Kensington club. Wa meet every other
Wednesday. ' W meet al each others'
houses. W have th club from t:i
to t o'clock. We aew on sofa pillows
or fancy work. I am working oa a for
get-me-not pillow. 1 will soon bavs It
finished. We also have a fight lunch.
We have a gymnasium and our
teacher trachea ua every Wednesday. We
have gymnasium aulta and slippers. It
Is great fun. Hhs trarees ua In th
kmdergartea because thee Is a plane
there. She teachea ua drills and many
fnlk dancre among which are: "Swedish
Chip Dance, "Hungarian Dance," "Flora
Dora." "Lsce and Grares," snd the
Vornish" snd "llysclnth."
I hope to aed my letter In print. I sm
a aew Bee.
Br Ralph Niekel, Agnl is Tears Bryaat,
Wis. Hrd Side.
Once three boya whoa names were
Albert, Perry and Walter were playing
horse. Their mother called them. Bh
said: "Albert and Walter, get some wood
Perry, get sams water, so I esn bake
Perry got the water, but Albert and
Walter weuld not get the wood, se Perry
got ft for her.
When the cake waa baked aba said:
"Hare hi a piece ef eake tor yea. Perry."
Albert and Walter aaked If tbey could
have a pteee. She sale. "No. Wbe shall
ao work aliail sot have."
Likei Her Priie.
, Dear Editor: I received the book yee
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