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VOL. 3, MO. 90 Chicago, Wednesday, Jan. 14, 1914 ONE CENT
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Nixola Greeley-Smith Talks With Her Concerning Harry
K, Thaw's Probable Release Aged Parent Says
His Freedom Means a New "Home-Sweet-Home"
for Them Claims Jerome Didn't
Have Any Facts Concerning Case.
BY NIXOLA GREELEY-SMITH
(Copyrighted, 1914, by the Newspaper Enterprise Association.)
"My son's splendid courage and
patience are a great stimulus to me
and together we are just biding the
time and it will come when we
may once more know the meaning of
a home together."
That is all Mrs. Mary C. Thaw
would say when I asked .her what her
son's plans will be if he is admitted
to bail in New Hampshire.
"We have no plans," Mrs. Thaw
added. "It has been a Jong time since'
either of us made PLANS. All I
know now is that I am leaving Con
cord to return to my home in Pitts
burgh. Of course, I hope that Harry,
if he is released on baiL will return
also to Pennsylvania, but I know
nothing about it. I came up here
two days before New Year's to be
with my son."
- It was 9 o'clock in the morning and
I sat and talked with' Mrs. Thaw, the
most devoted mother I have ever
known, in one of the two rooms she
has occupied in the Eagle Hotel at
Concord, N. H, where Harry has
lived ever since his deportation from
Canada after his spectacular escape
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