For all the long years theWoraan remained remained in the prison, praying that she would some day bo able to see all her children again. But she grew weaker day by day and she began to give up hope. During the last few months she showed symptoms of locomotor ataxia. At the meeting of the prison directors yesterday it was decided to parole her. When the news was told to her she was elmost insane with joy. At 5 yesterday afternoon she staggered out cf the place • that had sapped her womanhood and ; crushed her spirit- Miss S. Fry. secretary of the San Francisco Bene\'olent Society, accompanied her. Mrs. Worthington will Eoon join her husband and three children in the East. They have been waiting and longing for her release. She will probably probably leave here to-morrow.