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engaged for small parts at the theater
in Butte, Mont. Senator Clark, the
copper king, offered to educate her
and, through his generosity, she at
tended the Franklin Sargent Dra
matic School in New York and soon
won the position of leading lady in a
Since her work in "The Adventures
of Kathlyn" Miss Williams is called
"Unafraid" by special friends. Diffi
cult and unexpected things offer a
peculiar fascination for her, and she
has experienced everything from a
flight in the hydroplane and a fall in
the lake to the collision of a train.
"These things," Miss "Unafraid"
remarks, "are all in a day's work."
She would as soon venture into a
lion's den or on the back of an ele
phant into the depths of an Indian
jungle as into an evening gown for a
night at the opera.
NAMED FOR KATHLYN WILLIAMS
Kathlyn Hesitation waltz.
"Kathlyn, Dear Kathlyn," song.
Kathlyn baby elephant
Kathleen pool at the Selig Jungle
Kathlyn watch charm -for single
Kathlyn face powder.
Said the dainty little squirrel
To the big polecat,
"You could hardly call yourself
To the dainty little squirrel
The skunk replied,
"You wait 'til I'm martyred
They'll fight for my hide!"
New York Evening Sun,
MAN WHO WON 114 INDICTMENTS
IN TERRE HAUTE FRAUDS
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- Indianapolis, Ind. A wider applica
tion of federal laws to elections than
has ever before been made is being
successfully attempted by Frank C.
Dailey, United States district attorney
at Indianapolis, in the indictment of
114 politicians of the Terre Haute,
Ind., machine, on charge of conspir
acy to corrupt the election of last No
vember 3. Although 81 of the de
fendants have pleaded guilty, 27 of
the defendants, including Mayor
Donn M. Roberts, Circuit .Judge Eli
H. Redman and Sheriff Dennis Shea,
have demurred to the indictment
However, Dailey is sure he can de
feat their arguments and obtain conviction.
. CARELESS PLACE FOR IT
A Waterloo man was examined for
brain fever and it was found that a
vertebra at the base of the neck was
displaced by being thrown on top of
an automobile. Dubuque (Iowa)