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fTHE GREATrLJEPINE HIMSELF TO RELATE THE
FAMOUSMTSfERIES OF PARIS FOR YOU!
cases selected by Chief Lepine:
I. The Steinheil Affair the deep
est mystery France ever saw.
II. The Famous $20,000,000 Swin
dle of Mme. Humbert.
III. The Mystery of Train 826.
IV. The Story of Gallay, . the
Greatest of all Parisian Robbers.
V. The Remarkable Crime His
tory of "Soleilland, the Satyr."
WATCH FOR THE FIRST ONE OF
THESE GREAT STORIES!
MONDAY, OCT. 6!
IN THE DAY BOOK!
" Is a
The Great Lepine.-.
William. G. Shepherd, -European
correspondent for The Day;Bopk, has
just concluded 'avweek's pergonal con
ference in France "with the. great
Louis Lepine, whV for .over- twenty
years has been the famous -chief of
the Paris -police! '' ." . .,-
Of all the" crimes .that' has hap
pened in that tiine?Lep'nnaVrelated
to Shepherd, especially for our read
ers, those "he cpnsldersthe-ruost mo
These astonishing stories set down
for -thefirst time from thVviewpoint
'of this flesh 'and, blood Sherlock
Holmes who ferreted , them out are
far more thrillingrthan any fiction,
for they teU of 'the tragedies, of real
human beings caiigtitJn-the mael
strom of Paris, fhecity of- weird
crimes and mysteries.','1, 1
t .These ar'ethe-fiveVgreat'.rbaffHhg
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it into a rather thick cream. Blacking
mixed m this way helps to prevent
the leather from cracking.
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bubbling oyer and making a mess in
the oven, even though a small hole
be made in the top of the crust. This
is, no doubt, due to the hole closing,
as it frequently does when the pastry
puffs up and the steam cannot es
cape. To obviate this difficulty insert
a shortpiece of uncooked macaroni
in the top of the crust. The steam
will then be able to escape arid the
juice will not boil over. Of course,
the macaroni should be withdrawn
before the tart is served.
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