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Aim Martin Estabrook
Author of "Mf CoutHi Falrit-la"
PICTURES BV A. WEIL
t.epyriitt. Ij J. is. x,ii(,ini.uti CO-i
Across the brilliant parquctte. from
the bishop's box. Miss Winstanley
openly beikoiied nie with her little
white black-dotted fan. Henrietta
Winn'aiilcy Is the bishop's sister, a
lady trior like fcr own fan than any
thing 1 ciu think of at the moment
to compare her with; a small flutter
ing thing, constantly In motion, creat
ing a pleasant stir wherever she hap
pens to be, smelling deliriously of
orris root or lavender, her black eyes
sparkling tike the iridesccnts on the
There were beside her In the box
the bishop, Barbara Hemlngray, her
brother Dan the roost popular young
rsseal In town Ankony, acting presi
dent of the Central Havings Company,
and, for the rest, a part of the Forlorn
Hoik?, as Miss Winstanley calls the
ardent band of Barbara's followers,
whom she has always stoutly declared
Barbara would have none of. I wish
I had been as sure of it.
The bishop looked the bishop, or he
would probably have been Lr. Win
Stanley, as his father bad been before
him, or Wlustanley, attorneyat-law,
following the way his maternal un
cles had taken, or merely Wlnrtanley,
dealer In loans and real estate, as he
once told mo his predilection unde
niably tended. But be looked the
bishop, and bis sister, who was much
older than he, vowed that he should
become what nature so evidently In
tended. No one ever understood clear
ly Just how she contrived It but that
she had triumphantly arrived with
him none could contradict. Indeed,
whatever Miss Henrietta Winstanley
undertakes she Is pretty certain to
Fhe had declared to me often, and
with warmth, that If she could help
It Ankony should cot marry Barbara
Hemlngray, as he very evidently pro
posed to do. If possible. Therefore I
was not surprised at the summons
which beckoned tne as her ayde-de-camp,
for Ankony had been making
the most unmistakable love to Bar
bara ever sluce the curtain had rne
tip and that part of the Forlorn Hope
represented In the box had yielded
Itself to what was going on over the
"There's Ingratitude for you," whis
pered she, as I bent orer her.
"It looks more like devotion," I re
"I launched that man socially. He
had been very nice about ny chari
ties, and one must make some return,
you know; besides, he Isn't altogether
a bad sort. Hut he must not think
he can marry narbara Heiulr.gray."
Phe made a comprehensive gesture.
"You can see for yourself. Puch au
daciousness I never knew! He seems
to forget the gu!f but ween them,"
-The gulf of blood, t-hf said L
"Ksactly. What Is there harder to
get around? . . . don't mind a
self made man In the third genera
tion: but Ankony ts In the first, and
proud of it. And he Imagines that
because Dan Is In his employ he can
foree his attention on Karbnra when
and as he likes."
"Inn't It possible that he may not
fiiect with quite the discouragement
you think?" 1 sup jested, Ua a smile
thfit was lucre braggadocio.
Nonsense! You don't believe any
such thing as that Do you suppose
for a minute, that ftnrbara ou!d re
ceive lil in or his Impossible sister In
law titter, for the matter of that
If she didn't feel that she had to?
Fhe sighed and hurried ou: "line has
to do So many awkward and nnpleaa
anl things when one la poor, and they
are so rxir. ro you know It's a fact
that they hse to depend entirely
nowadays on Pan's salary? And so,
you see, quite naturally, they umst
be decent to Mr. Ankony."
"How they manage to get on I don't
know," 1 oi'nedved gravely.
Mis Winrtanley shook her brisk lit
tie head. "No Uiore do I. Dan lun't
economical, you know how can we
expect him to be, lth his bringing
up? It's such a pity their father
should lave made that l.iM unfor
tun ate investment Juit before ho died.
It must be frightluliy hard on them
both; but the brunt of It flls on Itar
bara. as t natural, peiiaia. You've
noticed. hsv-n't ou. Ir4i hen a
limn and woman practice economy tor
gether it's always the woman who.
Souuhow. senilis to get lu the Uioel
eieiciae? I'm sure I'ttn Is ss coiiKld
erute and careful as he knows how to
be, but he Is o rene.-oiw, oii know."
'Ttlhl' lie's a bit too felleroui,"
!-'!ii ikkI.U J "That's It, prccUtly.
N'", V. -urn ar l.!s llu-.t tti
jiS'f I ;:iu i:'i''e! i riu't 4';l l car
rying tonULt ft was sweet of Mm
to send Idem, of course, tat be
couldn't afford to do it It's done the
Rlrl no end of good Tie no doubt; but
llsrbara, by" she loaned cl.wep to
my ear "I don't know that I ought to
tell you. but I think I will: that Is a
made over gown she has on this min
ute twice made over, if you w ant the
"It's the prettiest gown la lite
house!" I exclaimed boldly.
"Only becauso It's on the prettiest
girl." Stilll"-d she.
"Hut they say she Isn't pretty, you
"Who any It? The envious? Of
course; they always fay such thirds.
I admit she Isn't a cIshhIc beauty. If
that's what you mean."
"Thank heaven for It!" I fervently
Miss Winstanley twlnkied as only
Miss Winstanley can.
"I'll tell you what she Is, Mr. Twin
ing," the said, with warmth. "She ts
a genius. If she Isn't a downright beau
ty; she Is a genius for simplicity, and
I don't know but that's better thn
being a radiant beauty. There Is noth
ing so charming to my mind as sim
plicity. Iyook at her clothea, her hair,
her manner, her style! All simple. Ir
resistibly simple. And it Isn't an as
sumed simplicity; It's Inbred and gen
uine and delightful."
I captured the hand that swayed
the little white fan and arretted It
long enough to press Its slender fin
ger. "I don't blame you for loving her."
she said, in a soft little voice; "I'd
love her, too. If I were a man."
"You are putting It rather strong,
aren't you?" I suggested.
"About you caring lor her? Well,
how do you put It?" and she turned
to me with a smile.
"Frankly," I admitted. "1 haven't
a yet put It at alL"
"What! You know what delays are."
"They are sometimes necessary and
expedient." I pleaded.
"Necessary, perhaps, but never ex
pedient I don't believe In them."
"Then I must certainly endeavor to
follow a course more in keeping with
"Tell me why you men always have
to be reminded of your p's and q's?"
she demanded Impatiently. "A woman
looks after her own."
And. being reminded of her, she
turned to the bishop, whose glasses
had been leveled for a full minute on
the box of Mrs. Jack Ankony oppo
site, liri. Ankony Is Ankony's broth-
Ankony, I Fait. Could Have Cheerfully
Run M Through.
er'a wife, a pretty young woman,
with all the an, billons that her family
should have had and hadn't: so that
her way U rather a difficult one to
make, since the Ankonys are Just tak
ll.g their first society steps.
As I glanced toward Mrs. Ankony'a
box, I beard the bishop's sister begin
to speak to the bixhop of a widow of
charitable Inclinations and large
means whom rumor says she Is anx
ious he shall marry. I could see that
she believed firmly In plentiful re
minders. I turned to Parbara at the moment
and Harbara to me. There was, I
thought, a glimmer of something tike
relief in her ryes. 1 know her eyes
very well Indeed, and I am not usually
mistaken Id what they convey. 1
moved my chair close, as If I meant
to stay. The fl.iff bleeve of her go n
touched my co.it. It bs a whit
gown, sud Harbara Is adorable In
white or, to speak more accurately,
if that delightful state ha lis de
grees of comparison, she Is superla
tively adorable In It.
"l you care for the prima donua,
Mr. Twining?" she aked.
"The prima donua?" I repeated
"There Is one, you know," she said
with one of her laur,!; that I atu par
ticularly fud of.
"1 muiil admit to not having ob
served, but Dow that you have called
my attention to her 1 shall ceiululy
take note of her."
"Do," she counseled; "It J&n't nice
to apiear so diitiraugbt."
"1 am distracted." I confessed In her
The e;tr and the cheek net to me
grew very rosy, liartmra sat up wlta
great dignity and looked out over the
paniuelte, as If It had been neglected.
I'ko the prima donna.
Ankony, 1 fell, could che-ctfu!ly
have run me through, but I looked at
Mint Witisiauley and t.ok rourage.
ik you c Km?" said liiiibara
pret.eiil!y. "He tins tn demoting
bluioilf to tho.se oei looked Ciuiup
a!tl, and now he la smiling ou Ana
"Hi hbility to makrt himself go
Toiirvl IS to.ublr: It U' Jil.t to ti lh
I JVC .U..J "
Tin s ire It Is. It's asf .lly nice cf
him, really," she lurlstr-d.
"Of course It Is. 1 have oHn w ished
I might follow In bis footst p, but 1
never seem come to the place
where I'm ready to by, Do you,
"No; I've no fancy for ndlacrtrol
rate love making," be auswertd, rath
"Ih ar me, it in"t love msking at
all," cried Miss Wim-taisley, whirling
about at (he first sound of an attack
upon her favorite. "Ifg Jut-t hi ten
derheartedness. He can't see any
one neglected. Why. I saw him driv
ing with I7oe Terrell the other day;
I don't suppose anybody ba taken
her to drive In years. She looked ra
diant, poor thing!"
"Dan Is a sort of social philanthro
pist" I suggested.
"It requires more money than ths
most of us have to be any sort of a
philanthropist," Ar.kony muttered. In
an aside that I alone caught Or I
thought I was the only one to catch It
infJl I saw the way Barbara'! cheeks
were tingling and her eyes sparkling
and th-n I knew that she had beard
and that he would pay well for bis
At the moment Ulshop Winftanley
addressed his sister, and she turned
from us, while Ankony leaned over to
ask me If I had met his eUter-in law'!
guest. Mirs Streeter.
"That's coming," said I amiably, cot
disposed to take myself oS at tha
covert suggestion. 'Trttty girl. Isn't
Bhe?" and I looked to where the
bii-hop's glasses had pointed. "rUthcr
after the Madonna order, don't you
"I don't know anything about 'em."
Barbara tilted her had thoughtful
ly. "Sistlne. Isn't It?" she observed-
"Undoubtedly," I agreed.
"You'd like her." Ankony said. To
sure Edith" Edith was Mrs. Jack
"would like to have you drop In on
"I will later." I said.
Miss Wlnstanley must have heard,
for at the exact Instant she reached
back of her and squeezed my arm.
I stayed till the last act. I couldn't
decently stay longer; besides, I knew
Ankony well enough to be sure be
would have It out with Barbara In
spite of me. Ha had routed the For
lorn Hope by this time and had the
field clear except for the watchful
Mis Winstanley. But I remembered
the fashing of Barbara's eyea and
left them together cheerfully enough.
. As I went out of the theater I brushed
shoulders with Henrietta Winstanley,
tripping along at her brother'! aide
and keeping an eye out for me, as
mine was trained for her.
"He rroposed to her the minute
you were gone." she whispered ex
citedly, "right under our noses! Think
of It! But cb. you should have beard
her refuse him ! "
"I should have liked it better than
anything etse on earth," I admitted.
"You are certain "
"Why, you must have known she'd
"Far be It from me to set myself up
as certain of anything with which a
woman has to do."
She shook her head at me signifi
cantly. "Make certain!" ahe cried.
I walked beside her for an Instant
In silence, and she ellppc-d her fingers
"1 do want to see you both happy,"
The bishop turned to us. "Fine
looking girl with Mrs. Ankony," be
remarked. "Did you notice her?"
"The sistlne." I murmured absently.
"Eh? Mis Streeter."
"Yes. of course; Miss Ftreeter."
"I don't care for Mrs. Ankony, and
I shouldn't care for her guest In all
probability." said his sister.
"My dear Henrietta, how very ab
surd:" be protested amiably. And
then: "It seemed to me that Ankony
was very attentive to Barbara to
night Did you uotii-e?"
Miss Wlustanley laughed a crisp lit
tle laugh. 4
"Omit the qualifying kdverb. or
change It to VRenalvely.' The man is
wretchedly bred. Hood night Mr.
Twining. Come to see me when you
have anything particularly pleasant
to tell in. and do let that be soon."
ITO Jii: CONTINUED.)
Narrowest Street In th World.
The seaport town of Great Yar
mouth, In England, contains what 1
said to be the narrowest street In the
world, ll Is known as Kitty W itches
row. btid Its greatest width la bi
Inches. Its entrance would seriously
Inconvenience a stout person trying
to pass through It Twenty Line Inches
from wail to wall Is all the room that
can be spare. In this part Yarmouth
la a quaint old town containing many
street like Kilty Witches row. They
are nil tilled "rows," and are more
picturcripie than convenient. A hun
dred and forty-seven of these narrow
street, of a leuK'.li of oer seven
utiles In all, are to be found in the
town. New Yolk Tribune.
Nurse for a Hotel.
At one of the hotel la New York a
nurse has btn Installed whose duty
it is to take care of the children o
guests who come without curses. The
proprietor says that very often a soui
an Is ohllfied to come without a nursa
and In cunociuein 1 tied down by
the baby and. moreover, obliged to
conduit a ssrarjie physician if It is
ailir.g. The nurse takes care of all
that and her service are not charged
"So ua were deeply louche J ty
the pem jonrg Mr. liuS'.'.on wrote to
you." sail Maude.
"Yen." sslJ Maymie.
"But tt not a gd iwm"
"1 livu t ruin It was J it as much
tre'il !e for h'tn to writ Ji M( if i,f
tl i u .. ;:."
u::.:ifi sued over pis
JM A WRIGHT AtHOPLANE HE
TARTLEO FRENCH CAPITAL.
He Clrt'td tiffel Towtr .-d Rote Scl
eral Hundred feet Ano Thst
Tarls, France. Cmi.t o Lambert,
the French aerop!init la a WrirM
aiop!aiie, Just b'.'ore dark acroif.ijfi
d cue of the most r-it,-kib!e and
daring feats yet credited to heavier-tfcan-aJr
machines. ,.ar;i:ii; from t.Le
aerodrome at Juiicy, he rw to Baris.
a distance of about 13 m:;es. Af: r
manuverlng over th :ty at an aver
age heljflit of .... fett, he asreridsl in
gradually dlm'nitilng circles and
passed several hundred f et above the
Eiffel lower. He then retnrtiel ts
Thousands who watched from th
streets of Farls coull barely ere.Jit
their senses vnn they saw the aero
plane, a tiny object g'.iding wi5Uy
far sMve tower, and the S"ni
tion created here by this prfarcian'-e
was more profound than when Santos
Dumont circled tae truc:ure in Lis
dirigible balloon In lS'.'O.
TALKED WITH COOK'S ESK1Y03
They Told a Damsh Captain That
They Had Been to the
Copenhagen, Denmark. The Danish
government's Arctic yarht Codthab
which returned here from Green
land. Capt Echoubye, the skipper,
was the first white man to meet I
Frederick A. Cook returning from his
At Erst Capt Schoubye says, he
was skeptical about Doctor Cook's
story, and then the doctor showed him
his Journals and observations. The
captain knows a gxd d?n. about as
tronoxr, and everythLr.g appeared to
him to be correct
Capt Schoubye declares he has no
doubt whatever that Doctor Cock
reached the pole. He made inquiry
among the Eskimos and obtained at
first hand a report from Doctor Cook's
two Eskimos. They both told the
same story about the doctor'! polar
Journey. One day after making some
observations Doctor Cook told thera
with much joyousnes "we slia'.l be
NO HOPE FOR CHEAPER MEAT
The Members of Packers' Association
Say That Lower Prices Cannot
Chicago, Illinois. No hope of pr
tnenily lower prices for meat was held
out by delegates to the fourth annual
convention of the American Packers'
association, the first seasion of which
was held here.
Michael Ryan, president of the asso
ciation, said that prices might drop
slightly for a short tim, as there has
been acme increase in the number of
cattle raised recently, but this boon
to American housewives would be
"Cnless many, many more cattle are
grown," sail Mr. Ryan. There can be
no hope of lower prices. More are
being raised right now, but when
prices go down the production will
diminish and op will go prices again.
Vnless a great many more cattle are
grown America will find Itse'.f an Im
porter of meat."
Supplies Arriving In Mexico.
Washington. D. C. Kelief sup
plies for the flood suffcers in the
vicinity of Monterey, Mexico, are being
received for distribution among the
thousands of destitute la Northeastern
ileilco, accc.rdlng to advices from Con
sul General Hanca. These Include
money, corn, beans, rice, blankeis,
rloihing and various other articles
which are sorely needed. The work of
relief says Mr. Hinua must be active
ly continued during the w :n!er months.
A BANKER COMMITS SUICIDE
Frank E. Hsnscome Cashitr of Clcsed
Minsrsl Point Wis Bank Ends
M.neral PolMt. W!i-ons!n.rir.k K.
llanscome, ra!;cr of t closed
Mineral Point Firt N:!u:ial tuk
commit 'ed sul i.lo here at the grar vt
hi mother la I'lrartiand ciui-Mery and
when his aio'hertn-Saw. Mr. John
liray, fr vieued lh bodv slie fclJ
H as scorns m.-Je cer'ain of dejh by
taking rarbtI:c acid a:id then .s!!tt:i
himself in the head.
The caiiije of lUnscoxc's suiciiu is
c!).-r;ed to despon Jenc y occssSoned by
heavy losses and worry t.er tie at
fall of the bank.
Danes Want First Cnancs.
Co;(vhagcn, lvnaiirk 1 htf Ditsisfe
Roil tJccgii; hual fcvlc'y fcii ai
vised the I'nttvity of .V.t-i.hicvu
against reuouocljig I: r-rlorty cli:u
to the etauilna.l. ti t f Dr. Kr Je-ick A.
CvHk' Arctic rccorJs.
Killad In a Slrt F,Bf-t-Kunas
VI' v. Mo A m.n he
lieved ta be Mark lHUilup wau kiiitj
by a f.st l l-iw hrrv at
and Main streets. ',;rrs t; re.
men wcio .-:Uins -t on t.iih ;re t
bear M.vlu wbtn iu iul'.ti'j t-'.tuck
BndiiS Co'.!Fd Wtn tug'".
i'.J)el,a, K4U!. i'.y ti e cm.';
ft an t'J'i br;Ji. u-ijr the w v.t v!
a thrcs..'.!) rt-sine. two Hi 4 lil
louU. owo r. au4 Jota ). wf.e
Iv'B k ' !.
WAG IH HQ HiinriY TO LF.AVE
Prs-vr Put C'5f C,r'cT4 Jsy
A'4 of B'isf Fr-a1
A Ci!--th tnan tr',n 0"g'- tl
SlTd n Wash'r rr. t :t a few y-a-
wlea te was arr'-d ff.f w -a ,n j?.t
violation of the city -rlf.aM"t. IV
tearing tl.: ti e iegr. was 1 Jil. V..t
r'ery cf the c.'-red T. M. . A.
Burd (be r:' ? a ir.lr.',er tt
t with tiro anl I'.i-n tie rl?i',f,r'
tft.! Lor,? Tt.y t.U4 tie JarJ
shortly t-f';r t, ati1 t..i the
r.gro the obj-t of tteir v'n't. Is re
ftir.sc t tre r',?-rei k.:."." t fce
y.ith Jolr.slng, I tbo Is g'a! y
all Is gwi, to g.'t me OTt but I
wants you-all to fit it so I ctt git
ov.t nil late d's ev;..i:'."
Of course t.be two Fir. sritsr: wre
aoasewtat takn aha k ty ti.:s sttn
cal reo-jet. Kit a t.ort.'-r.t lat- r uy
b.'t tLe.'r brejiiii ;-.n, Sa ax.e-r to
tte ere'sry'a t!e Ce.-rgia
L rro r-p;i-d in a wL.'-r:
"Well. sah. J?t's a iyi,n' d:tr,h
rciiy. ar.- Cry's c-v-iir." freer.:; in.' I
sho wr. like to g.t va-e o' i"n
gTeers befo I !eab-s tit plac'"--Lp- J
She John Htry! I wositr fcow
you can sit there gjod lock me la tie
He So do I. my love: bnt it's sur
prising what a rectiessly brave EU1
LEWIS' "SINGLE BINDER."
A. tacd-made cigar fretb frem'ti.
table, wrarrwrd In VAl. thus keeping
frsh until smoked, a freth c:.2.ir
made of good tobacco is tie Ll-al
smoke. The old. well curd tcbaixx-s
ered are so rith In quality that Kitty
who fanr.erly smoked 10c cipars cow
smoke Lewis' Single Binder S'.raiEt
5c Lewis Sir.c!e Plnder costs tte
dealer some more than other 5cc!;ar.
but the higher price enables this fac
tory to uso extra quality toliacco.
There are many imitations; don't be
fooled. There Is no substitute! Te.'l
the dealer you want a Lewis "Sing!
Dorothy and the Stork.
When little Dorothy Walworth was
Introduced to her baby brother la the
First Methodist Episcopal Parsonage
in Yonkers. N. Y, she manifested in
tense interest, but was not astonished.
l knew he was coming," she ex
claimed; "I knew it
Pressed for an eiplanatJoa, the five-year-old
said: -J wts down to the
Bronx roo tie ether d-y and saw
the stork In his taee. I recc-gniied
hira by the black stripes on bis wires
that papa said were there. Well, when
the stork was standing aKse on oue
leg. I wett close to tiia and whispered
In Lis ear that I wan'ed him to brir.g
me a baby brother or sister. Hedida't
say anything, but I knew he would do
it. because he beet his bead toward
01 and winked an eye."
To Breaking One Neck. 12.
The -line-up" man was a facetious
soul. The woman for whom be was
putting up a pulley clrj'hes line was
exacting. he ordered it put In a cer
tain place, which It was almost Impos
sible for bltu to reach. He hesitated.
"If I have to put It there, lady," he
said, "I II break rr.y neck." gt;il she
did not relent. "All ri:ht. lady." te
consented, with a cneertal grin, "but
it'll cost yer tl eitry If I brtak tuy
Deafness Cannot De Cure J
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iTporlance ef Prepsr Brtaihi-j.
!:;prc;er brrsthnig U a frequent
cause cf ciis'itv.jUva. A lvr;e ma
Joriy f people are too ls.cy or Uxv
lKiu liut to brrathe d'-ep. and be!.-
the liit.f s are dee',i ; vt only t prt
tf their rapacity ar.d ttm aord f-.-r-tsle
f.e'd fr the grv.sih cf the ti.br
So ihry iio ky; -tly tit
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bi was a r,-. ' r, lv-
so:y r.i f.'nrrt. f .'.f ;t.
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t t'-r.T i-;",is ,u t:. .-rt
his weary cor i' . ,3... $
&-if'-iK t. jr.r ws c-.e
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LEFT THEIR SEATS HASTILY
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jr.e i-ftxs a .-bW tsu:aer
w,- tit ijn r..-.;n.ri f.-va irst.
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ra;'.ay sjs'-.s, ar.d tt tr wit sw
waiting rwm w sat dva c-a tn
crate tiat were o-;t lb y-at5m
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st t. w.'ti a jnf lstfs.ee tiat was
Bcyirg. Prt:'y a c.a la a ti-tily
uctfora with f-rket a tls ara a
troa:iei m. Ketw.te-i t.'a ea
c-f.:!er.;U.::y ar.i ia rrfo.?a. Ct
" 'iJe-idaries. iny it rxt let fr.e C:-t'-srb
yoa, t-jt I tza forced to i;a tarn
oa wfcich ya are tr4 ! or
dr to Wd the b-?a cmsr: s t aad
o-.ir terpesits that are w-.tiin.
-When we rcoverd frci oor
fright we f :r.cd we had be-a s'J 1st
tte midst cf a fcuge co'iertk.-a at
snakes that had J jst arrived frrjm their
catlve J-rE.f en rout for tie so
Ke ts a very practical. triov
mlnded man tf busines. Tte ot&er
day he cat a friend, and related ta
him an alleged jcke. acd at its ct
ci'jctoa laughed long aad heartily.
The friend bxiked awkward for is
lLocKSt. a2 then aoid.
'You'll have to encase me. c"f rut,
but I don't a? the point."
"Why. to tell yoa the truth. I doat
Jurt see the point Kyself. n-t Tve
cade It a rule to laugh at all Jokea;
I thick It's good for the healti."
Aunt Spins terly I hrr-e tiat year
opinions uphold the dignity of your
sex. M3.if. and that you bel:eve that
every wouiaa stotld tave a vote.
Margie I don't go ,-i;ie so far aa
that, aiaity; but I believe that every
voicin should Live a voter. Sketch.
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