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' Rfore' shots followed! Several
struck the machine. It drifted just
above a group of trees. Adrian was
in desperation. He made a leapJ
and landed among, a network of
Scratched and""breathless he saw
the aidship drift free of the trees
and descend straight into the embers
of a campfire. Then a thousand
thunders seemed to break loose. The
ignited bombs scattered flame and
fury far and wide and the airship was
shattered to a million fragments.
An hour later Adrian North de
scended near a sentry, whose chal
lenge he answered by an explanation
of his mission and adventures. In a
friendly district he was received with
confidence and before midnight his
"scoop" was flashing along the wires
Two messages reached him a day
later. One was from his chief, com
mending his journalistic enterprise.
The other was from Lora loyal,
peerless Lora, and it gave him hope!
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman)
HOT BUCKWHEAT CAKES FOR
One pint of buckwheat flour, y2
cup of graham flour, y2 teaspoon of
salt, 1 quart of lukewarm water, and
a tablespoon of molasses, stir all in
to even batter. Dissolve y cake of
yeast foam in a half cup of tepid wa
ter, allow to stand until the cup is
nearly full and the liquid has a light
and "bubbly" look. Beat the yeast
into the flour mixture and mix it all
very thoroughly, and set away in a'
large pail or pitcher ina moderately
warm place over night.
In the morning thin the batter
with a little milk and water in which
you have dissolved a saltspoon of
soda. The batter must be thin
enough to pour off a spoon. Bake
on very hot griddle.
Now that a Unifersity of Wiscon
sin professor has discovered that all
we need to keep warm is a clothes pin ,
on the-noq, we-expect'tosee some
awfully cute little clothes' pins on
Broadway.. . . , , i .
FOR 'FRENCH 'SOUSlERS
NewXcrk Paris gowns and Paris
hats uaied "to be -Miss Audrey Os
borne's hobbybut ncw she's more in
terested in- French 'soldiers than in
Miss Osbprnehas 'foresworn tango
teas, matinees and therocial diver
sions andjalin.ost air richer time is
given to tknittinjg. and Sewing for the
men whoare-fightrng-forrFranqej '