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thing," John explained. "So I waited
outside to make sure that it was all
right. You aren't angry with me,
"Angry, John?"" she answered,
looking up. "Oh, John, can you ever
John sat down beside her and took
her hand in his.
"Molly, dear," he said, "I guess you
didn't understand that's all. When
a man's knocked about the world he
somehow feels things. I knew that
fellow was a cur and yet I couldn't
put it into words. Molly, if you'll
marry me, you shall have a different
poet every night to supper, as long as
his hands are clean. But I guess we'll
let Ramsammy do his breathing
stunts elsewhere. What do you say?"
"All right, John," answered Molly.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
THE SIGN OF VENUS-BY ROBERT W. CHAMBERS
THAT'S THE TITLE OF THE NEXT OF OUR
GREAT SERIES OF "SATURDAY SHORT STORIES
AND IT'S A BELL-RINGER!
It is one of those stories which have made Robert
W. Chambers the most-widely-read author of modern
America a tale of lover of course, but of love
SHROUDED and CLOUDED with mystery, the mystery
of things that are not quite of this earth!
You'll be enthralled and thrilled by "THE SIGN OF
VENUS" this story of the beautiful girl who goes to
sleep in the country and wakes up in a New York street
at midnight to meet her fate in the form of young
But wait till you read it yourself!
You'll find it in The Day Book Saturday.
It will be finely illustrated" by Dan Sayre Groesbeck,
famous American artist, especially for usl
SO DON'T MISS IT!
THE SIGN OF VENUS!
BY ROBERT W. CHAMBERS!
ILLUSTRATED BY DAN SAYRE GROESBECK!
IN SATURDAY'S DAY BOOK!
Six tablespoons of chocolate, rub
bed to smooth paste with a little cold
water. Gradualy add one cup of
foiling water and eight heaping! tea
spoons of sugar or eight lumps of
sugar, a tiny pinch of salt, one-half
teaspoon of vanilla and boil all to
gether for five minutes in double
boiler. When cold fill the lower ket
tle with pieces of ice and rock salt
and set upper ke,ttle in and allow to
stand in cool place. Whip or beat to
light froth. Turn into deep, slender
glasses and top the chocolate with a
spoon jof whipped cream. Will make
a fine 'dessert on a hot day.
FOR THE PRIMARY CLASS
Unto the banks of Delaware
George Washington, he came.
He didn't have a motor boat,
But crossed it, just the same.
Way up the Alps Napoleon went.
He had no airship fleet
Or auto car, but still bold Nap
Got over with both feet.
This lesson, children, teaches you
That when you have a task to do,
To do it, and not wait for aid
From improvements that are not
Twenty people killed by autos in