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MAYO ARRESTED AS FATHER OF
New Haven, Conn., March 16.
Virginius J. Mayo, central figure in
the quadrangular love mystery re
volving about the,, disappearance of
one of his stenographers, was ar
rested yesterday, charged with being
the father of Miss Susan Wahler's
Miss Wahler was formerly employ
ed by Mayo as a stenographer. Lake
Lillian May Cook, who committed
suicide, and Lois Waterbury, the
mother of two of Mayo's children,
both former stenographers to Mayo,
Miss Wahler said, she came under the
spell of the manufacturer's magnetic
love charm. In a civil action she al
heged Mayo is the father of her 2-year-old
baby HazeL She asked the
court to force Mayo to support the
Grace Have you heard yet that
I'm to marry your big brother, dear?
Fatty Sure I know it He's al
ready invited all of us ter come and
live at your house.
"Soy Bear observed WadHn'ton's .
Birthday by not workin'. 'Therets
only 364 other birthdays that Soy ob
serves in this fashion."
Kansas City, Mo, Contract to
furnish French government with 26,-
000 artillery and cavalry horses c!os
ed by firm of Thompson & Robinson.
Big Rapids, Mich. Convicted of
improper conduct toward Hazel B,
Martin, Salvation Army worker,
Capt Otis Ayres, Big Rapids Salva
tion Army, sentenced to from 3 to
20 years in Jackson prison.
Detroit, Mich. "Because they
wanted to see the engine tip over,"
Louis Buchta, 9, and brother, 7, at
tempted to wreck Wolverine, crack
train of Michigan Central. Placed
scrapiron on tracks.
Janesville, Wis 3 women, alleged i
to be wives of prominent Rockford,
DL, men, arrested on charge of grand
Meridan, Conn. Josephine Flan-'
agan, 30, nurse, shot 4 times and per
haps fatally wounded by George Eta
ter, 34, inmate of county tuberculofJB
hospital, who suicided.
Little Rock, Ark, Decision by
Arkansas supreme court leaves Ar(fj 9
kansas with state building in Pan- fl
ama-Pacific exposition and no funds fl
to operate exhibit
Cloudy Tuesday, with -snow flur
ries; Wednesday cloudy; little change
in temperature; fresh, northerly