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Montague. His wife has asked that
my life be spared. That hurt. My
father came to the jail to see me- God,
if I could but have spared him the
pain of it all, he and my mother..
Following myconfession I pleaded
guilty In superior court before Judge
Gavin W. Craig in Los Angeles to kill
I had criea so much I could cry no
more so when he sentenced me to
hang within 90 days, I heard it dry
eyed. But something within me died.
It was my heart, I believe. That some
thing, which quickened me before
has been dead ever since. I am just
like a dumb animal waiting for exe
cution. My lawyer appealed for a new trial,
but some way 3od help me I fear I
And so it is, as I am writing the
last few words of this confession and
a life story.
I would willingly walk out into that
prison yard and die the most horrible
of deaths if I could but restore Mon
tague to life again but, alas, I can
not. 3o as the hours drag by on leaden
wings I sit here, studying, preparing
my soul for the end I fear must come
soon and regretting my terrible past.
Baking cake requires the most
careful judgment. The very best in
gredients are essential. Great care
must be exercised in measuring.
Pans properly prepared; oven must
be properly heated; oven doors han
dled carefully during the process of
baking. Use pastry flour; sift be
fore measuring then sift again
with baking powder; eggs must be
perfectly fresh; butter sweet and
When baked, do not place cakes in
a cold place nor in a draught of cold
air. The steam will condense and
make the cake heavy.
Soft white blouses are worn with
MILITARY TENDENCIES SHOWN
IN NEW MODES
With the idea of wars and rumors
of war in America, the Paris design
ers have been putting out gowns that "
have a decidedly military air.
In one of the splendid fashion
places was shown, the other day a .
gown and cape of bright blue chiffon -broadcloth
made very plain with a
low-tied sash trimmed with brass
buttons and gpld braid. With tbii
was worn a blue helmet cap with a
bright red upstanding feather.