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mustache on his lips. Then Merrill
went out and advised old Zekiel as to
the plot. Then the couple were hur
ried to the balloon and orders given
to cut loose.
Just then a furious, red-faced old
man dashed up in an-autoniobile. Just
then, too, the false hirsute appen
dange on the Up of his would-be son-in-law
fell off and the old man shook
his fist aloft with a yell of baffled de
spair. When old Zekiel returned with the
balloon empty three hours later,
he beamed all over.
"Well, people," he said to Merrill
and Iola, "that happy young fellow,
who is a junior Croesus, gave me a
wedding fee look!"
"A check for five thousand dol
lars!" cried the astonished Merrill.
"Oh, rapture!" chirped Iola.
They sent the balloon back to its
owner, bought a growing little busi
ness, and comfort and joy was the
And often a lovely woman and her
happy-faced husband came to visit
them at times, also, a contented old
man paterfamilias entirely recon
ciled to that made exciting wedding
in the clouds.
CHAMPION OF BIRTH CONTROL WHO WILL BE
OWN LAWYER AT COMING TRIAL, AND ESCORT
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Mrs. Margaret Sanger, at extreme right, the fearless champion of birth'
control, whose trial on the charge of distributing obscene literature has
been postponed until Jan. 24. She will be her own lawyer and is shown
here on the way to the courthouse for preliminary hearing, attended by
Miss Mary Chamberlain and Mrs. Frank Cothren. ,