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UMU W JJAUWHnRBWS
ARIZONA SENATOR IS STATi'S
,evei;, this grew to concern. She drew
closer to him and her hand trembled
as she touched his arm unconscious
ly. In the moonlight at the door step,
Roger Blaine frankly confessed his
lave an hour later The first kiss of
a happy betrothal was interrupted by
the appearance of Mr. Alden. He
was chuckling hilariously.
"Vaka," he explained, "with droop
ing feathers has just been led home
ward bound by bis better half at the
end of a lariat!"
And he passed into the house, as
yet not aware that the happy twain
who laughed with him were as well
netted by the silken cord of love!
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman)
KAISER'S GRANDFATHER MAN
OF IRON WILL
Here is a rare and seldom published
picture of Wilhelm I., grandsire of
the present "war lord" of Germany.
It is said that the kaiser inherits
much of his military genius and his
iron will from his grandfather.
It was Wlhelm I. who placed Bis
marck, the great unifier of Germany,
at the head of state affairs. He died
"iPecti cos WTtitLttd.
Prescott, Ariz. Women of Arizona
had their first chance to vote at the
November election and the first thing
they did with the ballot was to vote
a woman. Mrs. Frances W. Munds,
into the state senate.
The members of the senate Have
invited Mrs. Munds to be the presi
dent of the upper house, but she has
declined the' honor because she
wants to give her entire time in the
legislature to committee ,work.
Mrs. Munds directed the campaign
that won votes for women in Arizona
in 1912. Although .she gives a great
deal of time to civic and educational
work, she has had time to earn the.
reputation of being "the best house
keeper in Arizona." Senator Munds
has three grown children and she's
the proud grandmother of a six-months'-old