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JAIL FQR MAYOR LXINN
Uttle FallsN. Y., Jlov, 15.-.
Mayor George .R, Lunn,jrf Schen
ectady, was sentenced to serve 50
days in jail or pay a fine of $50
today for quoting Ahrabam Lin
coln at a strikers' meeting at
CJjJitdh Park in this city.
Lunn will not pay the fine. An
appeal will betaken, but probably'
not in tjme.to escape going to jail
Lunn was-askedL-to come here
by the strikers. The 3$ice told
hip that if he addressed the strik
ers, they woul&a'rrest him.. ,
Lunn toldthe police that Jf his
speech tp the strikers' wa$ not In
flammatory if would be a viola
tion of his constitutional righ't qf.
free speech v ., ,
'The police-remarked, tnat they
did not give awhotfp about con
stitutional rights, and that if
Lunn opened his mouth be vould
Lurin weh.t to thef strikers'
meeting. He began to. $uote from
Abraham ( Lincoln. Jfe was ar
retted at oncew -
When sentenced oJayiTsUnn
said: T -
'This js a matteriofeprinciple.
I never will pay one; dollar for
quoting Abraham Lincoln1
' "The question f quotirig Ab
raham Lincoln does not appear in
the information against you'
said Judge Collins. "Call the
Lunn's attorney asked Judge
Collins for permission for the
mayor to make a -speech in his
own behalf before sentence was
"I object," said the city solid-,
to "There has been enough
talk about this case. I don't want
any more newspaper acrobatics."
"The- case against me has heen
cut an4 dried by the authorities,",
SHE'S NO MARBLE STATUE
-New York Nov. 15. Mrs. Se-j,
verina G. Samarelli, the "kissless
bride," denied today that she is a .
'fm&rbje statue" oi anything like
a-jnarble statue, and offered let
ters to prove t.
i ''DivSamareHi recently sued her
1 f or divorce; and gaye as his- rea-,
ons jor doing so tnat pis ;wiie ,
wa5 "like a marble statue " with- .
but any feelirtgor heart, and that ;
he never had kissed him. - - --
Qne of the letters Mrs. Sajnar-
elH introduced today to prove- the
Untruth oj this, read as fphows.: ,
"I entfust my existence to
thee; da thou recall it to real Jife. 5
Cause it to vjbrate warm it with r
the, heat of thy love, Love me as r
L do ieel I love. Jtjs 'npj; true
hat thou cafist IoVeme better;
more ardently, more passional
ly. , ' - - , .
J This letter, which sure "doesn't
make any .noise like a mafble
statue, jwas written by her tojieri
lius.band during a short sejiara,-
tipn, Mrs. Samarelli said today. ,
Mrs. Samarelli says she will '
ficht her husband's suit to the
Mrs. Knicker This book tells
what to do before the doctor
Knicker And my check book
tells what to do after he comes.