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Hi Then Elmer Whitcomb sat down. and puluth will have a street car
His glance swept the room. It was to
find a sought-for face that of a
beautiful girl, whose glowing eyes
seemed to send him asoul message
that repaid him for all his efforts
Harold Winton was a free man be
fore the sun had set. Elmer Whit
comb, a hero now in the estimation of
the people, received the sentence of
the court with a satisfied smile "one
day in jail and a fine of $100."
"The law requires me to take this
action," said the judgs. "I remit the
fine and your 24 hours' imprisonment
should give you time to realize what
a noble man you have been."
There came to that prison cell the
beautiful girl who had inspired El
mer Whitcomb to his unselfish deed.
When he left the prison the next day
she was waiting for 'him, and amid
her fervently expressed gratitude
there was no shadow of unrequited
Arkansas will have a mass meeting
in her old state capitol yard and from
there go to a -leading hotel for a suf
Connecticut will have a tre
mendous parade in Hartford, starting
at 3 and ending in a mass meeting.
Delaware will have a parade in Wil
mington at 3:30 and march to a mass
meeting at the courthouse square.
In Portland, Me., there will be a
big parade, and the junior leagues
will wear white dresses with white
sashes. The outlying districts will
have suffrage moving pictures.
In Maryland they are going to have
pencil selling in every city district,
lunch served from wagons and candy
wagons at 6-8 p. m. and an open-air
drill at 8 p. m.
Boston, Mass., will have a large
parade with floats, etc., and a big in
door meeting in Tremont Temple
and 50 mass meetings already organ
ized throughout the state.
In Minnesota, St, Paul, Minneapolis
parade and out-df-doqr meeting.
"I'm glad I don't have to pay for
that woman's clothes."
"But those she wears are not real
"That's just it she'd want some
APPLE SAUCE CAKE
Cream one cup of brown sugar
with one-half cup of butter, add one
and one-half cups of apple sauce, half
teaspoon of salt, half .teaspoon, each,
of cinnamon, cloves and grated nut
meg and three tablespoons of cof
fee. Sift two and one-half cups of
flour with two teaspoons of soda
three times. Clean and dry two cups
of raisins. Add these to flour and
stir into first mixture. Stir all to
gether; put in well-greased and flour
ed pan. Bake in moderate oven one
and one-quarter hours.
Stewed rhubarb may be used in
place of apple sauce.
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Tea stains must be washed first in
I cold water, then in boiling watert