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To-a policeman, and the policeman
arrested Mrs. Smith for solicit
ing. She was taken before Judge
Going at the South Clark street
station today. She told her story
of the starving children, of her
own illness, of her inability to
work, and she wept.
Judge Going discharged her.
She left the court room free, but
she still is 'confronted with the
problem of how to feed herself,
and her children.
Mrs. Louise Smith's life also
o o v
DARROW IS CONFIDENT.
"The crowd; in a, way I love
them; in a way I despise themI
know the unreasoning, unthink
ing mass. I have been their idol
and I have gone down into the
depth of the valley and heard
them hiss my name this same
mob. But I have summoned such
devotion and such courage as
'God has given me, and I have
gone my path." From Clarence
S. Darrow's closing address to
the jury at Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, Aug. 16 The
fate of Clarence S. Darrow will
be in the hands of the jury by to
night. John D. Fredericks, district at
torney, resumed his closing argu
ment today- When that is over it
-will only remain for Judge Hut
ton to instruct the jury.
Fredericks did not try-any ora
torical fireworks. He stuck to a"
plain statement of the evidence as
presented. Even so he had great
difficulty in holding the attention
of the spectators and jurors who
wept with Darrow yesterday in
his remarkable dramatic effort.
Darrow has recovered his com
posure today and seems quite
calm and satisfied that he -will he
Fredericks referred to Dar
row's address as "one of the most
remarkable addresses or orations
ever delivered in a courtroom";
but he said that Darrow's "insid
ious hand entered Into bribery
from the very beginning of the
McNamara case bribery is in
his very nature."
New York, Aug. 16. Miss Al
pine Blitch, who weighs only 650
pounds, and Louis H. Aiken, a
printer of Springfield, Mass., who
tips the scale at 135tpounds when
he wears his hat, were rnarried
here this afternoon.
The wedding is the finale of a
romance that began years ago
when Miss Blitch was a freak
with Barnum & Bailey's circus.
Aiken's introduction to her was
Deviled Eggs and Rice.
Place a small piece of butter in
a frying pan with half a teaspoon
of dry mustard, a tablespoon of
Worcester sauce, one of ketchup,
if you have it, and a little gravy.
Int othis put five hard-boiled
eggs with the shells taken off.
When quite hot and coated-with
the sauce remove them carefully,
cut each in half and arrange on
some boiled rice. Mask each
piece of egg with the sauce and
serve very hot,