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couraeement from home. It was a
"ForGod's sake; keep my name out
of the newspapers." '
telegram from my stepmother in Chi
cago. It read:
"CAPTAIN ENGLAND," THRILLING SHORT LOVE
TALE OF A PIRATE, STARTS TOMORROW
Engiand." It is "a story as 15 a
It .tells of the most desperate of
pirates, about to be hanged, and how
he is rescued by love in the ,fair form
of the "golden, glorious" Lady Pel
ham. At the very crux of the romance
right where you feel you simply
MUST see these two strange lovers
Artist Flagg has intervened-for you
and made your wish come true!
He has shown you, upon the deck
of this ship-o'-crime-and-love, Lady
Pelham, hreeze-blown and love-torn,
and Captain England, daring and.
IT STARTS TOMORROW! ..
" GOUVERNEUR MORRIS, PRINCE
JAMES MONTGOMERY FLAGG,
PRINCE OF PEN-AND-INK ILLUS
TRATORS! These are the two men who are
to contribute the next number of our
superlative series of "Short Stories
for Summer" which is to appear in
The Day Book tomorrow. They
represent THE TOP-NOTCH in their
respective fields, so that a rare treat
is absolutely assured for our readers.
The story which you will not
Want to miss is entitled "Captain
James Montgomery Flagg.
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