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board, as a spent bullet struck him
in the ribs.
At the same instant both men real
ized what had occurred. They were
in the midst of a battle. Dubonnet
leaned over the German.
"Muller! You must not die!" he
shouted. "Tell me your solution.
Tell me. Where are the police?
In an agony of terror lest death
should rob him of his triumph he
raised Muller in his arms and began
to puff his way back toward the lines.
Once, when the weight became too
heavy, he stopped.
"Will you tell me your solution, or
shall I throw a bayonet I mean a
bomb at you?" he demanded.
"No, no, I tell you," Muller grunted.
"To you, Dubonnet, for having
saved the life of an enemy at the risk
of your own, is awarded the medal pf
honor," said the commander-in-chief.
He kissed him on both cheeks
and pinned the ribbon upon his
The medal was a circle and the
loops of ribbon formed an isohedrous
triangle. Dubonnet stared at it
"I knew the government would
recognize my work some day," he
muttered. Then, with supreme gen
erosity, "With your permission I shall
bestow this upon Prof. Muller."
Cut a quarter of young lamb into
pieces suitable for serving, put into
a large stew pan and cover with boil
ing water. Add one sliced onion,
two green peppers, two tomatoes,
one red pepper and two sprigs of par
sley. Stew until the lamb is tender,
fry thin slices of eggplant and serve
with the meat.
GLAD-EYE VEIL IT'S A NEW
CREATION FROM PARIS
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Oct. 17, 759. The French posts
in Illinois were levied upon heavily
for the expenses of the war against
the British in Canada.
Do you get it? No?
Well, she's giving you the "glad
ey4" over the newest thing in fash
iondom the "glad-eye" veil.
It's a Parisian creation that "cov
ers the face and protects it from
wind and everything except looks of
admiration. Thus the beauty of the
eye is not hidden or the sight im
paired." AN OPPORTUNITY
"I'm thinking of going into the
"Then I'm the very man you want
to meet. I can supply your needs.
I'm thinking of going out of the poul
Spurned by his sweetheart, Mike
Marmardi of New York grabbed a
Bottle of green stuff, swallowed the
contents and composed himself to
die for Cupid's sweet sake. Never
swallow anything in a lady's boudoir.
Mr. Marmardi filled up on hair tonic.
Wise men get a lot of free instruc
tion from fools.