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town was at the motion picture play
house t"he night it was shown. Half
the town recognized the one figure in
"You have saved my brother from
disgrace," spoke Eva warmly to Ned.
"How can I show-any appreciation?"
"Some more of those wonderful
doughnuts wpuld be a grand reward,"
suggested Ned. Smilingly, and be
cause her hand was just then resting
within his own, he had the courage to
tell Eva also how much he loved the
maker of those same famous dough
nuts. And Eva blushingly agreed to take
the contract of supplying his favorite
dainty for the remainder of their mu
FOX ONE OF 25 FAVORITES CAST
IN "HOME, SWEET HOME"
Happy Earle Fox is one of the
many players who are to be seen in
the big feature film, "Home, Sweet
Home," which is produced under the
direction of D. W. Grifiith. There are
25 movie favorites in the cast.
It is a series of plays Within a play,
showing the life, work and death of
John Howard Payne, author of the
immortal song; and the effect of the
song on the lives, actions and morals
of many people.
READY FOR SUFFRAGE WINS
VOTE FROM MAN
Miss Kate McHugh, principal of the
Omaha high school, is all ready for
the era of woman suffrage which Ne
braska expects to initiate in the near
future. She lias been through a po
She was elected president of the
Nebraska State Teachers' Ass'n with
a plurality of 1,700 votes over the
man who ran against her, and has
just assumed charge of the associa
tion's executive office.
She is now "boss" of 2,200 high
school students and 5,000 teachers.
"It should be a staters prison of
fense to raise a child in a flat," says
Miss Lutie E. Stearns, member of the
Wisconsin state library board. "It's
all right to talk about home econom
ics," she says, "but what our cities
need are real homes and not flats."