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"women in this profession; my
vanity stands as a bulwark be
tween me and what they say, my
money between me and what they
may do or try to do. (
"I am in this business because
I like the money. In vaudeville
I can command a salary that
makes me independent of men
and women; and I have invested
it so that I can keep that inde
pendence all my lifer
"Acting is not my only profes
sion. I am an expert milliner and
dressmaker; and I make every
stitch of clothes I wear on and oft;
the'stage ,and all my hats."
OUTSIDE NEWS FROM WIRE AND CABLE
Cincinnati, O. Pres. Taft, who
came here for burial of father-in-law,
Judge Herron, spent quiet
day at brother Charley's house.
Started at 3 p. m. fpr Washing
ton. Toledo, O. Mayor Brand
Whitlock will not go to Chicago
in response to urgent telegram"
from Judge Lindsey.
Asked about rumor that he
would be Pregressive candidate
for governor of Ohio he asserted
that he was to ertire from poli-1
tics at end of present term as
Washington. Senate agreed
?o conference report on so-called
"budget -bill" containing provi
sion abolishing commerce court
and amendment of civil service
laws. Taft however may veto it.
New York. Capt J. C. Jarnie'
son, commander liner St. Louis,
has laid out new course for Atlantic-steamers
that Jie believes is
free from icebergs.
Topeka, Kan. Gov. Stubs has
probably defeated Charles Curtis
for latter's seat in U. S. senate.
Progressives swept everything
before them at yesterday's pri-
manes. o iiooseveic ejectors
gressive,-nominated for governor.
Democrats nominated George
Hodges for governor and H. P
Farrally for U. S. senator.
Springfield, 111. State board of
administration has decided to lo
cate new million dollar hospital
for insane in Medison county.
Site now being sought. Will ba
called Alton State hospital.
St. Louis, Mo. Michael F
Smyth, Sec'y of Democratic club
and defeated Democratic candid
date for legislative' nomination,.!
found, shot to death, in drivewayji
by club. Window above was open.i
Believed that he fell from win
Los Angeles. -A Earl Rogers
will fight jail sentence imposed ortl
him for contempt of court.
Rogers referred to O. F. Mayer
state witness, as "perjurer."
He was sentenced to day in jaiL'
Released on writ.
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Archbishop Glennon, St. Louis
delivered speech at Knights of
Columbus convention here.
El Paso, Tex. Gen. Orozco
and Salazar, with " rebel forces
are moving toward Chihuahua.
Racine, Wis. People will de-
nominated Arthur Capper, Pro- I cide by, vote whether citg shalj