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othy had not heard of the "blacklist"
that is supposed to exist in the State
"I walked the streets for days look
ing for work," she said to Judge
Fisher in conclusion. "I was just 17
and I knew all the time that I had
only to accept the invitations from
men to have everything I wanted. So
I finally gave up. Now you can do
what you want with me."
Judge Fisher thinks there is a
great deal of good laying dormant in
Dorothy Fields. He continued her
case. He wants her to go back to
her home in the country. The girl
says she will, if given the chance.
PROBERS TRY TO UNTANGLE
New York, Jan. 31. George Ellis,
member of the E. F. Hutton & Co.
brokerage house, was today sum
moned to return from Georgia to
throw light on the Hutton leak mes
sage before the house note leak com
mittee. Attorney Whipple sought to find
whether the 12:48 p. m. message
from Chicago was the first informa
tion the Hutton house had, but Hut
ton said he did not know whether or
not Connolly & Co. up to that time
had transmitted any word regarding
Whipple produced the text of a
Hutton message dated Dec. 20, 12:57
p. m., which said:
' "Stock flash.
"Reports have it that the state de
partment will issue statement today,
intended to promote peace pros
pects." Hutton detailed his tradings and
revealed he had made $22,000 in all
from Dec". 14 to 21, though he is still
short on some stock sold during that
BROKER DON'T KNOW WHERE
HE GOT INFORMATION
Allan Clement of Clement, Curtis
& Co., La Salle street brokers, has
admitted that be .sent the telegram"
to R F. Hutton, Wall street broker,
which has since become the subject .
of the congressional inquiry into the
peace note leak charges.
The telegram, Hutton testified,
forecasted the issuance of the note
24 hours before it was officially made
"The peace rumors came to me .
from my customers," said Clement, .
who is now on a visit to Pasadena. '
"I couldn't tell who told me. If they
call me to Washington to testify I;
won't be able to give a name."
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HOLD FOUR FOR ATTEMPT TO
POISON LLOYD GEORGE JJ
London, Jan. 31. Arrest of four$
persons charged with conspiracy toj
poison Premier David Lloyd-George 1
became known today through ar-,
raignment of the quartet at Derby. I
The defendants called to the bar
today were Mrs. Alice Wheeldon, her
daughter Harriet, and 'another;
daughter, Mrs. Winifred Mason, with
Albert Mason, husband of the last-'
Mason Is an expert chemist and
has been known as a "C. 0." (con-
scientious objector to war and war J
service), as they are known in Eng-
land. The women are all supposed
The conspiracy was reported to
Scotland Yard Saturday. ;
Arthur Henderson, the laboritej
member of Lloyd-George's war
council, was also the subject of a poi-i
son attempt, it was later announced.)
FEDERAL' GOVERNMENT MAY'
MAKE OWN AMMUNITION i
Washington, Jan. 31. Sec'y Dan-1
iels has decided the United States
will make its own navy projectiles iE
United States manufacturers can't'
supply them at reasonable rates.
TVhile no official announcements
has been made, it was officially hintj
ed today that the arrangement
whereby Hadfield, the Britisn con
cern, was to supply $3,000,000 orf
more of projectiles, is off.