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ADVENTURES OF MR. MOUSE
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CASSE ARRESTED ON CHARGE
MADE BY FORMER FRIEND.
E. Jackson Casse, president of the
E. Jackson Casse Co., architects and
engineers, was arrested yesterday
on a warrant sworn out by his form
er -confidential man, G. Rulf De
Long. He is accused of hiring a
slugger to "get" Long.
Long charges that Casse hired
VKid" Scully, a former prize fighter
and pal of "Duffy the Goat" (Jimmy
Pranche) who recently shot Isaac
Henegow, to trim him after he
(Long) had given up his position
"My trouble with Casse grew out
of difficulties that arose while I
worked for him. I started to work
for Casse in 1910 as a stenographer
and soon became his confidential.
At that time he represented tthe
Mosler Safe Co. of Hamilton, 0.
"I did a lot of things for Casse
that I didn't like, but I made photo
graphics records to protect myself."
Casse was furious when arrested
and denounced Long in no uncertain
He was booked at the detective,
bureau on a charge of conspiring to
commit an unlawful act.
The "mousme" sash with its long,
graceful, floating ends and its huge
bow rising high in the back is seen
on frocks of the plainest materials.
It looks as though the high coiffure
uncovering the forehead and ears is
to be short lived.
In separate skirts there is a liking
for very ioud effects. Mustard and
black check, with sometimes a bar of.
green, are perhaps the favorite colors.
The bustle effect is achieved on
some tailored suits by a fan plaiting
of silk put oh at the back of the hips.
Mist blue is one of the loveliest col-V
ore. It is much more becoming than
There are such a wonderful variety,'
of tunics that every woman must be
able to find something which itfts f