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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 21, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 20',
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Stay, do not get angry. I was sent
to the penitentiary an innocent man.
The world will yet know it I had
' met your daughter when she was
visiting a friend " - -
"Yes, father," broke in an im
pressive voice, and Nellie Waite ap
peared at the doorway. "He is an
innocent man. He saved you help
him. You have wondered why I
have refused to marry. It is because
of Elston Deane, whom you know as
Tom Lee, the only man I shall ever
Elston Deane went back to prison
to serve out the few remaining days
of his sentence, but the law remit
ted it. Jim Devlin had ten years
added to his former sentence. Par
mer Waite took up the cudgel in be
half of the man who had saved bis
life and whom his daughter so loyal
It was no easy task digging up
the buried past, but persistence and
money unearthed the real criminals,
for whose misdoings Elston Deane
had so unjustly suffered.
"Truth will prevail," sapiently ob
served old Reuben, the day that the
complete vindication of "Tom Lee'
was publicly announced.
"And love will inspire the darkest
life with hope and courage!" added
Elston Deane fervently, as he wound
his arm affectionately about his wife
that was to be.
CHEAP AND WHOLESOME BREAD
Uj CAN BE MADE OF POTATOES!
Here's a recipe for "kartoffelbrod"
(potato bread) such as they're now
eating in Germany.
The ingredients are grated potato;
whole wheat flour and rye flour
, 1-3 of each.
Thoroughly boil and dry the po
tatoes and grate them very fine.
Make a sponge with half the
wheat flour; add 1-2 ounce of yeast
and enough water to make soft
dough. Let sponge rise to double
yolume; add 1 ounce salt.
Add grated potato and the re
maining flour and lukewarm water.
Make stiff dough; let it. rise to
double volume. Work it dawn and
shape in loaf form. Then le,6 it rise
again to double volume. Bake in hot
over for 1 hdur.
SON OF MORGAN CITIZEN TAR
UM0ER.WOO P f UHDS RooO
JUNIUS SPENCER. MORGAN
One of the hundreds of "jackies"
on the U. S. S. Maine, taking part
in the citizen naval cruise, is the son
of ,J. Pierpont Morgan, financier.
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LIKE MOTHER MADE
, "Now you've achieved something!"
he 'said enthusiastically. "These are
exactly like the cakes mother usd
to make. How did you do ItV'
"I'll give you the recipeY'-jepHed
the wife coldly. "loused margarine
instead of butter, eggs a week old,
I put alum in the flour and- added
plenty of water to the milkt"