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'Tm1 going to ride straight to the '
penitentiary. You are to follow me.
Do you hear, confound you?" I
Yes, sir," answered Big Ben.
Travis rode ahead at a gallop.
Presently he reined in and looked
around. Big Ben was following him.
"Big Ben, have you gone crazy?"
"It looks like it, sir," answered pig
"Sir!"' ... .
"The prisons head is coming, here
next montj. He generally asks me if
I wish to recommend any prisoners
for the consideration of the pardons
board. I I guess I may have a name
or two to put down."
"Yes, sir," answered Big Ben.
The penitentiary loomed very near.
Presently tthey were riding under the
grim walls. The gate opened before
them and closed grimly behind
BIRTH CONTROL ADVOCATES
PLAN A BIG REBELLION
New York, Sept 12. "The birth
control rebellion has passed the
skirmish stage," say friends of Mrs.
Margaret Sanger, who announced
today that national birth control
headquarters will be opened here.
The general staff of the birth con
trol army will soon meet to map out
a national campaign for family limi
tation! That there is to be war in real
earnest over some of the strongest
conventions in the American code is
proved by the plans now being laid
by each side to the birth control con
troversy. The district attorney says a "birth
control day" is to be fixed soon, when
the cases of Idah Ra'uh, wife of Max
Eastman, and of several other, Birth
control advocates will be tried.
-' John S. Sumner, successor to An
thony Constock as American morals
censor, is one of the highest officers
in this anti-birth control army. '
At the headquarters here Mrs. 1
Margaret Sanger will be in charge,
with Dr. Frederick'A. Blossom, for
merly manager of a Cleveland charities-organization,
Dr. Blossom resigned' his post in
Cleveland to take charge of the new
campaign in New York. He says a
national birth control magazine will
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Mrs. Margaret Sanger.
Dr. Frederick Blossom.
CHILE WITH EGGS
Fry two choped onions in olive oil,
season with chile powder, add a
sliced cooked chile pepper and the
pulp of two tomatoes. Arrange slices
of hard-boiled eggs on toast and
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