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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 28, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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with evidently only one animal pull
ing the plow.
I sat down until that poor, tired
being came back, saw her take a pail
and go a quarter of a mile for water,
fry the "minister face and cush" (salt
pork and corn meal mush) and make
the coffee.
I offered to help her wash the dish
es and she was too tired to refuse me.
My sympathy was aroused over Her
lot, which was so hopeless. I tried to
say something comforting and spoke
of the beautiful country around
about.
"Yes," she said apathetically, "it's
a beautiful country for men and
noun' dogs, but it's, hell for women
and bulls."
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
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Wounded German soldiers having minor injuries attehded to by a Red
Cross surgeon in a wheat field near Liege. This photograph was taken by
a Belgian and was mailed from Brussels several days after the fighting
started at Liege.
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MEUSE MUD FOR WINE
Antwerp. The Meuse river valley,
the scene of the fighting in Belgium,
is noted for the excellence of its wine.
Indeed, the choicest Burgundy comes
from there. Cellars are cut in the
rock to which, at certain seasons of
the year w.hen the river rises, the
water is admitted. When the tide
falls again it leaves the bottles cloth
ed in mud, which is said to invest
them with a, special and stimulating
protection.
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