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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 17, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 20',
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"Oh, will he grant it?" cried Mrs.
"On my statement of new evi
dence," said the judge, "I am certain
of it. Hold the fort, Doyle, till I re
turn." Richard Doyle tobkup his post at
.the point where he had cut the wires.
A repairer from the plant arrived half
an hour later to trace the break.
"I'll brain you if you try to restore
that current until the judge reports!"
menaced Doyle, grimly, after he had
explained the situation.
"You are relieved," spoke the judge
in person, appearing -an hour later. "I
got the governor. Word has been sent
to the penitentiary. I shall tatfe the
deposition of the real murderer and
John Lloyd wilLsoon be a free man!"
The real murderer died two days
later. Misguided unfortunate that he
was, Mrs. Lloyd attended his funeral,
and by her side, a free man, was her
husband saved from a hideous death
just in the nick of time.
o o - "
Soak package of gelatine in 14
cup of cold water.
Add 1 cup of sugar and stir, then
add1 cup of boiling water and stir
until all is thoroughly dissolved.
Strain into dish and allow to cool;
when cool add 1 cup of mashed
strawberries and y2 cup of juice; beat
all until very light and foamy, then
beat in gradually the beaten whites
of 3 eggs and beat until the mixture
will hold its shape. Chill a mold, line
the side with large berries (cut each
berry in half and dip into the gela
tine and they will adhere to mold),
turn in the sponge and set in cool
place for an hour. When ready to
serve turn from mold and serve with
whipped cream and whole berries.
LITTLE REBEL RUNS AWAY, BUT
RUNS HOME AGAIN
May Unger hated to work in silk
mills at Allentown, Pa.
Her eyes ached her back ached,
aiiu especially her heart ached when i
the May breezes wafted the fragrance
of lilacs into the dusty weaving room.
'ihe out-ot.-doors called to her. She
hoTowpd. bovs clothes, clipped her
hair and "ranawayto the country."
At Warren, OVshe was-picked up
in a box car very dirty, but carefree
and happy. It was only after a night
in jail thatshe agreed to give up her
quest of adventure, put on girl's
clothes ana bend her back over the
machine in the silk null.
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