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The Princess and Joe Potter

by James Otis

This story concerns some little street Arabs, one of whom, the irrepressible Joe, finds himself literally appropriated by a lost girl three years old, just at night, at the Grand Central depot in New York City. The story tells how he and his comrades manage to keep "the princess" safe while Joe is being sought for. Not until after many remarkable adventures do they understand that the advertisement which has alarmed them means good instead of harm.

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