EFFORTS OF CHARITY LADIES SLAP POOR
FAMILIES IN THE FACE
THE DAY BOOK
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VOL. 4, NO. 81 Chicago, Saturday, Jan. 2, 1915
ITHREE WOMEN STAND BY 'THE MAN'
IN COMPLEX LOVE TRAGEDY
Divorced Wife, New Wife,md "The Third Woman" All
Stand by Lorlys Elton Rogers, Who Shared His
Love Between Them Death, Heartbreaking
and Love Mixed In the Case
New YorkjJan. 2. Lorlys Elton.
rjKogers, tne "man. in. tne case ior
llove of whom Ida Sniffen poisoned
"Jfe stands forth, as the most remarkable
.ngure m tire strangest ana most com
plex love tragedy in the city's his
tory. Instead of sharing his affection
r Between two women, m lurtu, sup
Kp posed, it developed today that the
lawyer for tfie past few years appa
rently has. been od "terms of Utmost
'jiendship with three women" his
first 'wife, who obtained a divorce,
tee. -fypman who now hears his name"
and the woman who lies dying in a
And today when they are all be-
ing subjected to the scrutiny of a re
lentless and curious public these
three women all remain staunch in-then-
loyalty to the man. So far not
one of them has let fall from her lips
a word of reproach against him.
Rogers,.it is learned, himself main
tained two home.s. He contributed,
largely to the upkeep of a third. Mrs.
Caroline Giddings Rogers, the legal
wife of Kogers, and the" one with;
whom- hfr spent' most of hla time
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