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"I am Signor IMuzzini," said ; Joe.
"Ah, Cynthia, if I had known it was
you before yesterday! I heard you
had gone north, and I Trent after, you,
in fear that you were going to break
your contract. Cynthia Cynthia,
darltog,-this is:going;to be your last'
contra"ct:but one.- And : the last, the
very last,. will be with me, too!"
"The very last," murmured Cyn
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
WOMAN'SSMILE JS GETTING HER THE yOTE
. cvEHy -aos
San Francisco, Cal. "Smile on
men and they will give you a vote.
Look severe and they won't"
That's the psychology of a smile
as defined by Miss Doris Stevens at
Congressional Union Votes for Wom
en headquarters here.
Miss Stevens has what the suffra
gists term a million-vote smile. When
ever she addresses a meeting of men
she smiles and they immediately de
cide that women should vote.