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"You had better thank Mr. Lyons,"
The two men shook hands. "I was
convinced of your innocence from
the first, Mr. Symonds," said Lyons.
"And so I brought to bear what little
influence I possess. I hope, in return,
that you will let us have an article
on the trial and a personal history.
But you must thank Miss Leeson,
whose articles did more for you than
you perhaps realize now."
He pulled Miss Mary by the sleeve
and the girl and Symonds stood face
to face. The man's eyes fixed them
selves upon hers in a terrified glare.
Then there was a sensation in the
courtroom. Symonds dropped to the
floor in a dead faint
And, looking at Mary Leeson's ex
pression, I knew where the missing
girl was, knew that the undying
hatred pictured there was to burn
itself into Symond's brain forever.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
WOMEN AND LABOR WILL SAVE
WORLD, SAYS FEMINIST
r Inez Haynes Giimore
San Francisco. Labor and free
women will act as saviors of coming
generations, according to Inez Hay
nes Giimore. noted writer.
"The tie of labor is stronger than
the tie of patriotism," she declares.
"The bond of labor and the rising
of women throughout the nation will
prevent a catastrophe in the future
like the present world war."
So firm is Mrs. Gilmore's belief in
woman suffrage that she quit her na
tive state of Massachusetts when the
voters defeated the woman question
at the polls. She has come to Cali
fornia, where women "have attained
She is making a serious study of
organized labor and is enthusiastic
over its future. To emphasize her
belief that the ties of labor are
stronger than the ties of patriotism,
she tells the following story:
"After the sinking of the Lusitania,
a newspaper woman was sent over to
England by a newspaper syndicate to
interview the wives of the drowned
sailors and get their testimony
against the Germans.
"Not one of those women would
say one thing against the sinking of
the Lusitania by the Germans and
the consequent death of their hus
bands. "When our husbands had their
strikes,' they told the newspaper
woman, 'it was the German sailors
and deckhands who kept them go
ing. We have nothing to say against
FRIED EGG PLANT
Peel, slice and sprinkle with salt
and allow to stand an hour with
weight on top. Drain and rinse, then
dip in well beaten egg, then in
crumbs and fry in deep hot fat. Pry
a little at a time, as it is tender and
will lose its shape if many pieces are
put in the fat at a time.
Wm. Rob't Daly, Selig director, is
on of the foremost screen character
actors in America.
Why is the shortest skirt always
seen on the' bow-legged or no-legged