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but maybe you'll get to like it when
the babies come," he added with
rough honesty. "You'll stay, Lucy,
won't you, my dear, for ever and
The girl raised her-eyes to his.
"Yes, I'll stay, Ned," she answered,
and slipped her hand trustfully into
his. And they both turned to look at
the lighthouse keeper. They had al
ways been a little afraid of him. He
was a lonely man, and the lonely are
not as other men in their joys and
But the lighthouse keeper was
staring out through the fog, and he
might have been alone for all the no
tice he took of them. He was picking
up the light of a ship that crept
slowly eastward toward Rockman's
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
THIS AMAZING BOOK WAS SUPPRESSED BY
THE EMPEROR OF GERMANY!
Most Graphic Picture of Modern Warfare Ever Written
Begin Tomorrow Reading
- "THE HUMAN SLAUGHTER
The terrible expose of Europe's
"Army Machine," which the kaiser
feared to have 'the public read.
In it the author strips from war
its deceptive glamour. Mechanical
invention has changed the "Field of
Honor" into the "Human Slaughter
House." Instead of the bravery,
strength and skill of man against
man, war today means huge shells
mangling dozens of men each, dyna
mite dropping from aeroplanes flying
by night, a regiment wiped out by
pushing an electric button.
Gripping timely Look for it ex
clusively in The Day Book, beginning
DISHES OUR AMERICAN GOVERNORS LIKE BEST
Writing for Mrs. West, who is visit
ing in the East, Gov. Oswald West
of Oregon adds this characteristic
contribution to the "What the Gov
ernors Like to Eat" symposium.
BY GOV. OSWALD WEST
Executive Mansion, Salem, Ore.
Grub was so scarce at our house
when I was a boy that all dishes be
came favorites. I may be a little long
on wild DiacKDerry
pie, otherwise I never
To get the best re
sults from wild black
berry pie you must
pick the berries your
self and then watch
your mother, with
Your mouth watering.
Gov. West while she makes it.
Wash and pick over one and one
half cups of berries, stew until soft,
with just enough water to keep them
from burning. Add sugar to taste
and one-eighth teaspoon of salt. Line
pie plate with paste. Put in berries
which have been cooled.
Sprinkle flour over. Then cut strips
of the paste and put across the top
in checkerboard fashion so that the
dark, rich berries will show through.
Bake thirty minutes in a moderate
oven and eat as soon as you can.
WHAT HE LEFT
A few months since a wealthy man
died. There was much speculation
as to the value of the property. The
town gossip hunted up the lawyer,
and said, rather bluntly:
"I suppose you made Brown's
"Then you probably know how
much he left. Would you mind tell
"Not at all," the lawyer answered,
as he resumed his writing. "He left
everything he bad."
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