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and the doctors gave me strych
nine to quiet me.
"If I could only get this case
over with and go away some
where where no one knows me
I might have a chance.
"I want to go home. They
won't let me. I want to be with
my father. Of course, I know that
I cannot live in Cincinnati, for
the 'good' people, and those who
have not been found out, will
draw aside when I pass them.
"And I shall always pass them.
They will never stop to talk with
me. The men may stop. But
they will not want to help me.
No, they want to push me down
"I want my father for a little
while right now. I need him. I
need love. He will take care rti
me, and arrange to send me some
where where I will not be known.
"Here they keep me at the
Girls' Home on Calumet avenue.
'Home!' It is not a 'home.' Why
do they call those places 'homes'?
Why, I would rather be in the
woman's annex of the Clark
street police station than at the
"Judge Scully said the case
against Wexeler would surely be
tried Friday. Then I can go back
"Going back will be hard, but I
want my father. And I want to
gee Jeff Livingston punished."
Miss Albers says she met Liv
ingston when she was 17 years
old. He was rich, owned automo
biles and won the youthful love of
the eirl. When the baby was born
Je told her she would have to j
leave Cincinnati. She came to
Chicago and claims Wexelef
placed her in Tuckhorn's and said
he would be her '"manager."
Miss Albers' father is a prom
inent physician in Cincinnati.
REAL SI AM PRINCESS
Princess Traidos Prabandh.
She is the wife of the new min
ister from Siam, and has just
come over to start housekeeping
at Washington. She is a real,
sure-enough princess, and has all
kinds of blue Siamese royal blood
coursing through her veins. The
princess speaks English perfectly
and wears the latest Parisian
The horse succumbs to an in
tensely cold temperature sooner
than any other animal