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hold of when I escaped. They are
written instructions of Hodges to his
confederates. They outline his plans,
they verify my story."
The documents did just that. They
showed that Hodges, tired of wait
ing for Nina to accept "him, had
planned a new disgrace, a longer
term of imprisonment, possibly death,
had he not escaped, for the victim of
his wicked plots.
The prison rang with cheers of
delight when it was known that
4 4 4 4 had not betrayed his trust
and doomed the future of the honor
At once the energetic deputy war
den placed the case before the gover
nor of the state with all its details.
One of the accomplices of Ariel
Hodges was arrested and confessed
the entire plot to save himself.
Hodges, taking the alarm, left the
country, a fugitive from justice.
A brave, joy-faced little woman
met Moody as, rehabilitated in the
eyes of all men, he passed out
tmough the prison doorway, and arm
in arm they went down the stone
Went down to meet the new, the
glorious life before them, to the radi
ant happiness that only souls tried
as by fire can cherish.
WHAT DID HE MEAN?
A countryman who had been hen
pecked all his hfe was about to die.
His wife felt it her duty to offer him
such consolation as she might, and
"John, you are about to go, but I
will follow you."
i buiiposc so, Mandy," said the old
man, weakly; "but so far as I am
concerned you don't need to be in
'any hurry about it."
Lipton has barred married men
from working on his Shamrock IV,
fearing they will reveal to their wives
secret xeatures of the boat. How now,
Sir Thomas? D'ye think the wives
would let it go anv further?
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Now a Frenchman has an autoboat
that runs 58 miles an hour. Those
French are surely the flyers.