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STRANGE MAYO LOVE TANGLE NOW HAS SUIT
" FOR $15,000 DRAGGED IN
At left, Virginia, one of the little daughters of Virginius J. Mayo and
Lois Waterbury; in the middle the beautiful Lois Waterbury, known in
Brooklyn as Mrs. James Dudley; at right Marian Mayo, one of the three
daughters of Mrs. Florence Mayo of Scranton, Pa who says Virginius
Mayo is the father of her girls.
New Haven, Conn., March 17.
Virginius J. Mayo, wealthy manufac
turer, whose love affairs with, half a
dozen women put hiin'in the lime
light, was made defendant in a $15,
000 suit brought by Miss Susan Wah
lers, who had him arrested in a civil
action alleging he is the father of
ST. PATRICK'S DAY HAILED IN
London, March 17. SL Patrick's
day was not forgotten in the trenches
in, Northern France and Flanders.
Thousands of sprigs of shamrock,
forwarded to the front a few days
ago, were distributed to British sol
diers. In London thousands of women, in
cluding many of the nobility, headed
her 2-year-old child.
Miss Wahlers alleged that Mayo at
tacked her in his factory, while she
was 'employed by him asja stenogra
pher. Her health was impaired by
Mayo's actions, she said, and when it
became known she was about to be
come a mother she was discharged.
by the Countess of Limerick, were
on the streets, in shops and at the
railway stations disposing of 300,000
shamrocks. Proceeds are to be used,
to buy articles for British soldiers a(f
London. German losses in three
days' fighting around Neuve Cha
pelle total 17,000. British took 1,700
prisoners in addition.