turning to her, ."I told you. that I base
my convictions upon justice. In this
case I thinf justice has been done. I
will see the prisoner at once I can't
say what twill do but if the circum
stances merit setting him free I will
vote for his .release." --
'i 'When you .look iri'toiis eyes," she
said, "you will' know that there will.
be no danger of-his proving undeserv
ing?; ' ' '
'She snapped open, a locket and
showed 'Alton a photograph within.
"That was take nine years ago," she
said. "He has changed greatly,, but
not for' the worse. You "
She stopped' suddenly," for Henry
Alton's eyes, were, filled with tears,
and he was staring at the photograph
wtth an expression that nd man had
ever seen;, upon his face" before. He
was looking-at the photograph of his
sqn. ' -
- CHOCOLATE RAISINS
Seeded raisins dipped in melted
sweet, chocolate, are very. nice. If
you wish to docandystuntget the
big table raisins and seed them carefully-without
breaking them off ' the
stem. Then dip each one in the
VITAGRAPH GIRL IS RELATIVE
OF GREAT PAINTER
Florence E.. Turner has so many
illustrious, ancestors that it would
take, a book in which" to write their
history. She is. related to Turner, the
great painter, and 'one of her other
ancestors w;as the Italian author and
scientist,1 'Palmieri. Her father was'
an'artlst' and her mother played with
all the theatrical celebrities of her
time, including Mary Anderson and
Joseph Jefferson. -
Florence Turner's popular name Is
"the yitagraph girl." She began her
stage career at the age of three with
McKee Rankin's company. When she
was seventeen she secured her first
IG engagement from RpberiMan-
tell. Aboutsix years aeo'.she" heard'
about ' mYiifsF picturesraccepted a
short engaggjnerit witlrtheVitagraph
piayersraq'naae u. a-peraianent one.
She is stfllihard'at work'. 'Her profes
sion is her Bobby and daily success in
it is her goal!,-' "The Vita'graghrgirl" is
known jtnf every country wnere tne
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