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forgeries covering everal years
and aggregating lpOO lfd
When Traversa saw his for
geries were about to be discov
ered he fle4 from Barir Italian de
tectives took up his trail. Time
and again he slipped through
In, Marseilles the detectiyes en
tered the front door qi an ob
scure hoe as Traversa slipped
out of a back door, oyer a wait
From Marseilles Traversa went
went o Itfew York. He stayed,
there for, a month and again thfe
detectives almost Ijpt their hands
on him. He eluded them ana
came tjere, staying af the hqme of
a family friend, Andrea Agoso,v
ZIQ Lytle street.
Frqm. here he wrote to his wife.
The Itaiian government inter
cepted the letters jmd opened,
tjiem. Igfqmaffon for the arres
was forwarded o Chjcago. De
tective Longbardi of Jgchuettfer'
ofjjce rnade the arrest.
Tp DJ&TLfFETO POOR
Harrison, N. J., Oct 5. Miss
Mary 5tevens, who gets the big
gqst'salary ey6r paid a ypman hi
Ijpw ISsev kWS to give It up1
to become a nun.
Miss Stevens is supervisor of
the General 'Electric Co., and
right, hand "man" of the general
manager. She has been called1
tjie brainiest woman in the state.'
"J always have wanted to be
come a nun,", said Mjss Steyens
fndav. "and I have seen so much
poverty and suffering lately '$hal!
I -cannqt pjjt it off any longer.
'T have given my surplus in
come to hg oor foj "years, but
if1. Seems to me that pqverty and
all the suffering it brings in. it
trail is on tje increase. '
"I cannot sleep at nights be
cause of the hmgs see, and so
I am gpjng to give up business so
I rnay give my life to the go or."
" fiss Stevejis wilj enter the
convent of Jjie Sist?rs of Charity;
at 'Madison. ' ,
QgjistantinpBlei Turkey jvill
have 250,000 rnen ready for the
fieW by Monday.
Servian minister has renejyed
demand for war rnunjtjpns held
by Turkey, arjd gjyen Turkey 24
hours Jo answer
Mobs, smashed w.ind.8w,s f
Italian, Bulgarian and Greek le
gations tod.ay. pxciternent qi
people at feyer Ijeat- f
Sofia S'andusky, the brigand
who kidnaped ifis Eljen M.
Stone, has, put himself at head of
2,500 Bulgarians, burned, the
Turjcish barracks at Qschumaya,
and seized the Kresna pass a)oye
tjie River Strurga.
IarisTiie Balkan allies bav
goj cQd feet on war, witfi Turkey,
but the orte i now clamorjrig
for, yar. Inabjjity to borrow',
money; cause of aloes' cold feet
eace with JtaX cause xf Turk
ish thirst for bipod.
Bella How youngg r
Delia Wen lie kisses -he