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I broke the news to her Thursday
"Perhaps there was too much
champagne flowing at that sup
per. I do not knowj- but I do
know that Mrs. Creel did not
show any emotion at the supper
.when I tbld her our affair was
"After the supper, I went with
her to her apartments. There I
repeated to her that our connec
tion would need to end.
"Theashe burst into a storm of
tears. he denounced the, and
my family. She was quit'e rude
about it. Then she opened her
" 'So it is all over between us
forever, is it?' she asked, and with
that she shot me.
"That's the whole story, and it
wasn't my fault at all. -I really
rather liked her, but what could I
do when my family acted the way
"Is the editor in ?" asked a
stranger, as he sauntered into a
newspaper office at 8 o'clock in
the morning. "No, sir," replied
the attendant "He does not come
so early. Is there anything I can
do?" "Perhaps so. Are you con
nected with the literary depart
ment of the paper?" "I am, sir."
"Oh, what do you do?" "I empty
the waste paper baskets, sir.'1 v
New York. Mrs. .Lillian Bel
mont, chorus-girl bride of Ray
mond Belmont, has bought $550
Pekinese spaniel to take place of
JUDGE THROWS $53,000
SUIT OUT OF COURT
New York, Dec. 16. Beatrice
Brevaine DreyfUs De Acosta's
suit for $53,000 against Joseph F.
Butler, Jr the steel millionaire,
was dismissed by Justice Davis in
the Supreme Court today.
In dismissing the case Justice
Davis as much as said he did not
believe the suit was on the level.
Beatrice etc. De Acosta was
once a member of Anna Held's '
company and is the original of
the famous picture, riThe Fenc
At that time she brought sui
against her husband, Dreyfus.
Butler was a friend of Dreyfus.
Butler went to her to arrange a
settlement between them.
Butler first proposed his settle
ment in the Cafe Martin Beatrice
said she did not care to discuss
such things in public and asked
him up to her apartments.
According to Butler's attor
neys, two men went to Butler one
week later and asked him what he
would give for pictures of himself
and Beatrice in Beatrice's, apart
ments. Three weeks later the actress
dismissed her suit against her-v
husband, and one month after
that she sued Butler for the $53,
000. In the suit she set forth that
Butler had offered her $53,000 to
dismiss her charges against frer
hu$band, that she had done so,
and that Butler had refused to