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"I'll do that," replied Ned readily,
"and I hope you won't try to fly too
high again, Lucius, till you're sure of
"I say!" exclaimed Lucius, as he
chanced to get a glance at the stub
in the check book in which Ned was
writing, "you've got some balance
at bank, I should say!"
"Oh, comfortable," smiled Ned.
"Those sweepings, Lucius the two
hours extra drudgery a day speak out
in pretty large figures."
"I should say so!" muttered Lu
"And saving the ways of thrift,
you know? I've got a new impetus
since I've become engaged."
"Engaged? Who to?" blurted out
"Why, haven't you guessed it to
Olive Berton," was the speedy reply,
and Lucius Hale felt that he had
missed the real things of life all
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
ANSWER TO WAR CAKE PUZZLE
The diagram shows how the Eu
ropean cake is divided into 11 square
pieces of varied sizes.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
June 30, 1778. Col. Geo. Rogers
Clark first set foot on Illinois soil,
when he and his men, having float
ed down the Ohio river, landed near
Ft. Massac and struck out across the
country to attack Kaskaskia.
She is Cleo Ridgely, photoplay
star. She was born in New York,
May 12, 1893, and has had experience
on the stage. She joined Kalem in
1909 and rapidly climbed to stardom.
She is best known for her work as a
co-star with Wallace Reid in Lasky
productions, "The Golden Chance"
and "The Love Mask."
She is five feet four inches tall, has
gray eyes and light brown hair. She
is married. She is with the Lasky
studios near Los Angeles.
One of the tasks that keep the
president busy is signing of some
thing like 50,000 documents each
This country imported more than
3,000,000 pounds of shelled almonds
from Spain last year,