CHARITY CAN HAVE THE MONEY, JSAYS FERNE
ALL SHE WANTS !S HER REVENGE
New York, Feb. 5. If Feme Rog
ers gets $100,000 to repair the dam
age she says' has been done to her
professional reputation, she an
nounces she will" giye it to charity.
Miss Rogers v'as the star in "Iole,"
a musical comedy. When the man
ager, H. H. Frazce, closed the show,
he gave her a week s notice. She
insisted that she rab entitled to
twice that length of time to get a new
job and, when she showed a contract
ta prove it, she alleged that Frazee
accused her of altering' the one he
signed. All she wants3s satisfaction.
Charity can have the money if she
wins, she says.
Bonar Law,leader of the conserva
t.veb in London, is the fiist paity
commander there tp uc aatisued with
a woman secretary.
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