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Full Report Page Four.
Yesterday's Circulation, 50,660
WASHLtf&TOX, SUT)AY E VEXING, APBIL 6, 1913.
PRICE ONE CENT
Leaders in Suffrage Advance on Capitol Tomorrow
III Effl CASE
Man Seen at Home of Accused
Woman Thought to Be Her
Mr. and Mrs. Ultimate Are Ask
ed to Step Up to Counter of
UNDERWOOD BILL IS READY
Democrats Make Stab at Their
Promise to Reduce Cost of
Living in Nation.
By THEODORE TILLER.
The Underwood bill is ready and
Mr. and Mrs. Ultimate Consumer will
kindly step up to the tariff counter
and call for a reduced cost of living.
Will they get it? Framers of the
Underwood bill, with its imposing
free list, think they will. Republicans
who are still true to the Payne law
and protection see in the near fu
ture park benches filled with the un
employed, thin pay envelopes, length
ened bread lines, soup houses, and
The Ultimate Consumer has heard
these conflicting claims since tariffs
were first made. The main question
confronting him today is:
What Is the Benefit.
"How am I coins to benefit through
this new tariff revlelon? Will It be the
same old story?"
The rates of the Democratic tariff bill
have not been officially announced but
an authentic analysis of the essentials
of the proposed measure demonstrate
that the Democrats .are at least making
a stab at reducing the cost of living
and that they have linked the high cost
of living: with tariff rates.
So the "Ultimate Consumer, who was
(Continued on Page Eight.)
CUKE AFTER TIF
Baltimore Residents Lead in
Exciting Pursuit Which Ends
in Arrest of Suspect.
BAL.TLMOM. Vd.. April 6. Clad In
their night cloth and thin wraps, Mrs.
Kate Roesslsr and her niece. Hiss
Amelia Stan!, -.sslsted in the chase of
a burglar over ablock of housetops,
following an attempt made by the In
truder to gain entrance to their home
last night. Patrolman Ellennan lired
bevcral times at the fugitive, but none
of the bullets took effect. Among the
pursue! s, besides the policeman and the
two women, were rcKldents of almost
the entire neighborhood, excited to a
high pitch, many of them carrying fire
arms. The man escaped by climbing from
Hie loof of a house and passing In
the rear and then making a getaway In
a back alley.
Hcfore Justice Lcvlnton. In the South
ern Police Court this morning. Brown
vita identified as the fugitive. He was
committed for the action of the crim
GIRL IS LOST FROM
Sixteen-Year-Old Child Missing,
Foul Play Is Feared by
MOBILE. Ala.. April . SlMeen-year-old
Ula "Wood has mysteriously disap
peared from the Protestant Orphan
Asylum of this citj. No clew has yet
leen found to give even the vaguest
suggestion as to where she went, and
foul play is feared.
The police department and many
citizens are searching the city
and Its environs In an effort to locate
the girl, who was last seen Friday on
her way to school. She came to the
asylum when very young and was pret
ty and attractive.
It Is not believed she ran away from
the institution, since she was always
contented with her sunoundlngs.
HOSTON, April 6. Two chauffeurs
imprisoned on the top floor of the burn
ing O'Lalor garage nt 62-SS Stanhope
street were rescued lij (lrt-nicn till
morning and for a short time the ad
joining Back Uuy Jlotel was endangered
1 the flames which drove the guests,
niiU theatrical neoDle. into the street.
1.. ...unf nttfrn. I
A dozen automobiles were pulled from
the lower Iloor by the firemen, but sev
en on the second floor were destroyed.
The caube of the blaze is being Inves
tigated. The damage is estimated at,
HE DISAPPEARED QUICKLY
Police Confident D. A. Ainsworth
One Tihie Spouse of Widow,
May Have Information.
BOSTON, April 6. Police of As
sinippi, Mass., Chicago, and other
places are searching for D. Henry
Ainsworth, divorced husband of Jen
nie May Eaton, who is charged with
the murder of her husband. Admiral
Eaton. It is thought that the mys
terious stranger who visited the
Eaton home last Sunday was Ains
worth. When he was discovered at
the. Eaton home, the stranger disap
peared "cross lots" and has not been
The prosecuting attorneys, who are
back of the search for Ainsworth,
have nothing against him but merely
want to learn something of the life
of his former wife. It is known that
Admiral Eaton once provided money
for Ainsworth to leave town, but any
other transactions between himself
and his former wife and her husband
are not known.
Wrote to Ainsworth.
It is known, however, that Mrs. Eaton
wrote to Ainsworth several weeks ago
and addressed the letter In the care of
a publishing firm In Chicago. Whether
or not Ainsworth can.be found through
a publishing house has not been as
certained yet. The Chicago police are
locking after I he cosel $9$
Ainsworth Is known to have been In
the vicinity a! ds!nlppi recently. A
woman who recognized him asked him
what he was dolng there and he ex
plained tliat he had come tot -visit ins
daughtersDorothy Ainsworth'and Mr.
June Ainsworth Keys Beverat times.
Hince las't Sunjay. when the person
supposed to be Ainsworth disappeared
from the lcinit7 of the Eaton liamu
very hurriedly, Ainsworth has not been
What Police Want
The chief items which the police hope
to gain from Ainsworth are In regard
to the financial affairs of his former
wife. It is believed that Mrs. Eaton
wrote to her former husband in 'Chica
go and asked him to visit her the sec
ond Sunday after Admiral Eaton died
and that, in response to this letter,
Ainsworth came to Asslnlppl.
World's Diamonds Worth
A Billion, Says Expert
I'AKIS. April Diamonds of the
weight of S3 2-5 tons, which would fill
U space of 10 cubic yards and haie a
value of nearly Jl.tfXl.OOO.UjO, haie been
taken from the earth from the earliest
time to the present daj, according to
the estimate just made by ;m. do
Launay, the well-kno-an metallurgist.
These figures, however, only concern
the stones before cutting, which re
duces their weight lolumc ov half but
multiplies their value by five. A box
three feet high, six feet wide, and eight
long would thus hold the total world':
output of these gems in their finished
condition, and would have a market
value of 4.7VJW,w", according to pres
Will Wed Boston Man
The announcement of the marriage or
Miss Eleanor M. Doherty, daughter of
l'hillip J,. Dohertj, who is connected
with the Interstate Commerce Commih
slon, to William W. Wndsworth. of Bos
ton, has been received In Washington
Tlie wedding took place tlnee wicks
ago, but was not announced publicly un
til today. Mr. Wadsworth lh in the In
surance business In Hostnn. and it is
said that the romance which led to the
marriage grew out of an application
for a position in Mr Wadsworth'h of
fice by Miss Doheit..
Woman Bocomes III
Upon Street Car
I Mrs. E. M. Jamison, of KZ I- street
northeast oecame III on a New York
avenue car at Fourth and M.issachu
! setts avenue northwest this afternoon
I The car was halted long enough to gi-t
Inn rifTililllnnr for till i.trirkf.11 wiimrin
At tnf' Emergency hospital her case was
diagnosed as acute indlgestior
;Sparks From Chimney
Fire Dwelling House
Spaiks from the clumne at the ho.ne
of WiUinm Love, at 13: Irving j,tit.'t
northeast, et the to the loof of Hie
dueling todu. causing a nn.ill d.ini:i'.
Mr Ix;ve summoned the ltngilmi Kn
glne Company with an u'uun from box
RC The lire-men promptly ciuellcd the
Few Vacant Places to Greet
Leaders as Gavel Falls
FIRST DAY JUST FORMAL
Tariff and Income Tax Bill to
Be Introduced Tomorrow
and Caucused on Tuesday.
The extra session of the Sixty-third
Congress, recently called by Presi
dent Wilson to take up tariff re
vision, will convene at noon tomor
row. When the wheels of legislation be
gin to grind it is expected they will
continue to turn until far into the
All manner of predictions are
heard as to when the session will
close. Xot alono tariff, but other
importantmattcrs are to be consid
ered, although the scope of legisla
tive achievement will depend on later
. Members Returning.
Members of House and Senate have
been 'returning from their homes the
last few days, and there will bo nearly
a full attendance in both houses when
the session opens. Many of the old
timers will be missing, and new men
will sit In their places. For the first
time In nearly two decades, both
homes arc under Democratic control.
Business tomorrow will be largely
lormai. ine senate will be called to
order by Vice President Marshall, and
win conduct a brief routine session.
-lcrJc south Trimble will call the House
to order, and will preside until Champ
Clark has been elected Speaker. He
will then take the KaVel. Mr. Clark
will be chosen Speaker immediately
afterjhecalflng of the roll.
-Ir-lritr-pWrcht. Interest Venters In
the outcome of the tariff situation. Tho
tariff and income tax bill, as framed
by President Wilson and the Ways and
.Means Democrats, will be introduced
by Chairman Tnderwood tomorrow and
will be caucused on by the House Dem
ocrats Tuesday. It l believed that It
will be adopted by the caucus without
change. A minority report from the
Ways and Means Committee will be
presented by Congressman Sereno
To Lose No Time.
The Houfce expects to lose no time
in getting down to work on the tariff
and income tax bill It will be con
sidered under a rule and the House
will be gagged before It taks the meas
ure up The real struggle over tin
bill will come in tho Senate. Whethe.
any of the schedules will be considered
separately depends on whether an
agieement can be leached as to tin
sugar and wool schedules
The Basking and uCrrency Commit
tees of both houses will at once give at
tention to cuneiicy refotm in a prelim
inary way. Jf the tariff can be dis
posed of carl. there is a posslbillt of
Two big appropriation bills, which
failed last &ebslon, will have to be
passed. Thc an- the sundry civil bill
and the Indian bill. Consideration of
tin-he mea.Mircs will open the way for
Progressive nartv members, who hnvn
organized as a separate party, with Vlc-
uji .MuruocK as ineir candidate for
Speaker, intend to ! exircinel. .1, tn ..
Jliei will start tomorrow by opposing
the seating of C'oncresMiian Vounir. re
elected fioin the twelfth Michigan dis
trict, according to the face of the re
turns. Want McDonald.
The Bull Moose will fight to Have
William II .McDonald, a Piogresslve.
sf-ated. and will ark an Investigation of
tlic Young election.
In accordann with the artlon of
their oiicus l.cU night, the Rcpuhll
Ciinn will present "Jim" Mann, as can
didate for Speaker
question of great inteiest in the
House is whether the committee will
be organized, or unl a few necessary
ones made up Strong oppostlou has
dnvtinpuii 10 tiie Underwood plan of
naming onl a few committee
What course Vice President Mar
shall will take concerning a docu
ment tiled with lilm involving
charge aganst a Western Demo.
cratn Senator alleged to have sub
jected a woman to indignities, is one
of the interesting questions surround
ing the opening o fthe special session.
Strong efforts are being made to sup
press Hi,. barges, which. If pressed,
nia result in an iniiilr bj the Sen
ate Privileges -ind Kh' t Ions Committee,
On Way to Recovery
Cecil fiair-tt. fifteen ears cdd. of -li
Klevenlli Mrei-t southeast, the victim
of an explosion V flashlight pciudei, is
iapidl luiproing at Casualty Hospital
luil.iv. He will not lose the fight of
11 li 1 )e. an otiling to tin- physicians
The police li:ie obtained nti informa
tionis et as In the souice of the pow
di"i lli.it plodeil in joung G.urrtt's
face Ciiit":t vcas givc-n the poudci In
u pi.mnatc who l.ad a rii.uitil of .1.
Scleral of the neighborhood bos were
exploding Miiall ch.ngfc. Cnirett set
his upon the giound pi-p.tr.itoi.v to eN
plodlug It, when it flashed Jntn ins face
Inlllrting iialnfiil burns He will not be
questioned b the police until he iccoi-J
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Left To Right Mrs. E. C. Kalbfus, Wife Of Lieutenant Commander Kalbfus, U. S. N; Miss Elixabeth Davidson, of
Pennsylvania ,and Hiss Sibyl Brown, of New York.
D. A. R. CANDIDATES
AIT BALLOT TEST
All Feel Sure of Election to Post
of President General' at An
Leaders in the D. A. It. race for presi
dent general spent today adding up
columns of votes expected at the Conti
nental Congress next week. The col
umns Included vote pledged, expected,
besought, and hoped for, and sums ap
parently pleasing were realized by the
friends of jl three candidates. The
obvious fact that In two out of thieejiL
fulfttla tfrttiw tliarn mini Ka llo.iiu tin. i U
longing 111 some one else's column did
not d,fliirb the equanimity of Mrs. Wil
liam dimming Stor, Mrs. John Horton
Miller, or Mis. Charles IJ. Uryan.
Mrs. Uryan does not say she has
enough votes to elect her, and m thli
her mathematics differ from the
calculations of the others. Mrs. Uryan
and her friends huie high hopes, bow
el r. that "lie will tie the heir "f
either or both of the others The nigh
hops depend on the 1 ontlngencv that
neither Mrs. Story nor Mrs. llortun
wins out in the early ballots.
tin far as pledged votes go. Mrs Story
seems to have many more than either
Mrs. Horton or Mis. Miller, and her
confidants have been sn:np for weeks
mat sne 11ns pledges enough signed,
staled, and deliitred to Insure hei ele"
tion. Are Delighted.
Furthermore the friends of Mrs. Story
are openly delighted at the f cling man
ifested by the friends of Mrs. Bryan to
ward "the administration " Mrs. Biyan
formerly was one of the 'Udinlnistrii
tlon" lenders hen Mrs Matthew T.
Scott, the president general, whose term
Is about to expire-, announced that she
would support no chid as h'T successor,
Mrs. Hryan's friends were mildly dis
appointed, fur they had hoped that Mrs.
Scott would choose .Mrs Uryan.
Mrs. Scott has not departed from her
attitude, but seven of the board of man
agement of the 1 1 a. It., all closely as
sociated with Mrs Scott, recently came
out In an open letter for Mrs Horton.
This Infuriated tin Itrjan women, who
declared Mrs Scott must bale known of
and countenanced the letter to the ex
tent of not interfering.
On the other hand, some fri nils of
Mis. Stoi ate not as enthusiastic as
others. Thei know or the pledged
lotes, but the are mindful of past
elections, when ail looki d roseate for
Mrs Stcr, and sotncthlnc happened
Calm and Satisfied.
The administration leaders who are
backing .Mis. Horton look as calin and
serene and confident as do those Inti
mates of .Mrs. Stori. who know of Un
pledged otes The confidence of Airs.
Horton's fi lends dues not seem to lc
based altogethei on hope and Is Jip
pnrcntli too like the real Milne, to b
feigned Daimhteis of the American
Iteiolution who Incline toward one of
the three" candidates sa. that a fc-arful
disappointment is ceitalnli in stole
for some one
British Admiral Asks
Montenegro to Yield
CKTTI.VJI. .Montcnegio. Apnl t;
With a dozen wnisld'.s of the Inti rna
tlonal fleet now blockading the .Monten
egrin seaport of Antliaii. tin admiial
of the I'ritish nien-of-w.-u last night
telegraphed to tl.e .Montenegrin piciuicr
from Cattaio requesting that Montene
gro fulfill the wishes of the power with
out further dciaj.
WOMAN EJECTED IN
GOTHAM DANE WAR
Police Carry Her to Street
When She Defies Them From
Top of Cafe Table.
NEW YORK. April 6. With the carry
ing out of a woman guest from Rec
tor's shortly before 1 o'clock today.
Major Gaynor'8 vigorous police cam
paign to put the lid on tn tho Tender
lion, got started In earnest.
In spite of the Drotests of owners.
Inspec tor Itanler and his men enforced
edict that all restaurants and sa
loons close at 1 o'clock In the morning.
The Saturday night crowd was In full
swing when the detectives entered Hec
tor.'s. About 60) persons were dining,
and 'lie woman who was later ejocted
Jumped on a table and defied the police.
At Welsenwebber's and Louis Mar
tin's tl.e turkey-trotting patrons were
forci-d to stop.
Thero also was trouble in ejecting
400 diners from the Peking restaurant,
Urondway and Forty-seventh street,
and in Churchhlll's.
Not since New Year has Broadway
pre-sentcd an a-apectt like that of last
In the Tenderloin district Broadway
was black with people, many of them
wielding rattle's and blowing horns.
Boisterous students, cnrriing a sign
which read "We Are For The Cab
arets," marched up and down in Times
-quart". "Down With Gaynor," "Glvo
I's the Cabarets!" sounded until after
In Bustonabav's restaurant In West
Thirty-ninth street. the orchestra
stooped nlallng until a couple had
ceased objectionable dipping and glid
ing One of tin laughable incidents of the
eienlng wns the descent of Captain
Marin upon a benefit dance given nt the
Ai buckle "Deep Sea Hotel" at the foot
of Fast Twcnt -third street. The dance
was to aid old Sam N01 Insolskl, omj of
the crew The guests hail to retire
Meanwhile Mayor Gaynor has received
tweiitv-foni- renorts ncalnst larlous
places where tango, tea and turkei-
trotting form the chief diversions, tie
may n-ioke their licenses.
Boston Hello Girls To
Go on Strike Tomorrow
BOSTON. Apiil ii. A complete para
lizntlon of the telephone seivicc of
Greater Boston as the result of a strike
of i.-.iju unionised "hello" girls. Is ex
pected to follow the secict balloting
which starts tomorrow morning at 8
These girls icpiesent nine-tenths of
he available operators of the New
Fnglaml Telephone and Telegraph t'oni
panv In the metropolitan district A
najoiiti of the 2.SH are believed in
favor of a stilke Desperate efforts are
being made b the authorities to avert
such a disaster as a cessation of tele
phone service would bring to the 2.i00,u00
people and the multiple business in
terests of the affected dlstilct
Baltimore Has Snow
And Frosty Weather
HA1.TIAIOIIF.. ApiU ' rmiMiallj
cold wiathei- for the season and squalls
of snow confronted Baltinioicaiis t'1'1
nininiii!: and dime many uuuld-he
hlroll"rs b 1 k Into -uarni homes
Snovf ell foi about ten minutes, .mo it
It o clock. A frost Is piomlscd for to-ulght.
Lines of Care Show in His
Face and Strain of Work
Is Easily Apparent.
President Woodrow Wilson Js haling
a much needed day of rest. His only
engagement today was morning worship
at the Second Presbyterian Church,
Twenty-second and Q streets north
west, where the R2V. Andrew R. Bird
Upon returning from church he had
luncheon and then settled down for th
quietest Sabbath afternoon and even
ing of his stay in Washington.
With 1:1m at church today were Mrs.
Wilson ando Mlsg Helen Woodrow
Bones. The Wilson girls are out of the
The President today showed marked
signs of the mental and physical strain
to which he was subjected the past
week. Today he denied himself to
visitors, and tomorrow morning he will
have only a few.
President S llson was completely tired
out, and today It 1'as noted as he sped
away to church in a White House car
that the lines of his face were deeper
and the fullness and the freshness of
a month ago were replaced ly the
traces of overwork.
Secretary Tumulty appeared at the I
Kxecutlve Ofllce for a brief time before I
noon, but only to attend to correspond- I
ence which piled up over night. He
turned away ilsltors. hurriedly attended I
to matters of Importance, and then j
closed up the office for the afternoon. 1
The President. In selecting the Second
Presbyterian Church, followed out his
rule of going to a place where the con
gregation Is not large and where sim
plicity rather than ostentation is fol
lowed. He wanted his day of rest to
be as simple and quiet us possible from
the church attendance to the time he
Two Snow Flurries
Cause Residents To
Fear Winter's Return
Two slight Hurries of snow ap
prared in Washington today,
the lirst at 11 o'clock in the
morning, ami a second and
liricfpr one shortly before 1
o'clock this afternoon.
Until were of short duration. The
Makes were unusually large.
Falling as they did from a
cloudy sky whlrh a few mo
ments before each llurry was
clear, convinced the cit that a
return of winter had taken
The Hurries nere too light, how
ever, to create any damage to
the budding trees and park
USES DAY TO REST SJttCEH
Women Will Parade Down Pennsylvania Avenue.
Have Been Assured of Police Protection '
President Tells Leaders March Disgrace
Will Not Be Repeated.
MEMORIALS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE
NATION WILL DEMAND RIGHT TO VOTE
The American suffragettes will, for the second time,
march through Pennsylvania avenue tomorrow, this t'me
to the United States Capitol, where they will storm the
upper and lower House in their fight for votes for womerd
Every known obstacle in the way of their march has
been removed. It is generally- understood that surging
crowds which marred their first march down that historic
thoroughfare inauguration eve. will not molest the suffra
gettes tomorrow. Ample police protection has been prom
President Wilson took a personal hand today in clear
ing away the final obstacle to the full success of the big
suffrage pageant tomorrow.
e ' -He declared there was npthc. sljhtettidri' to A
Tenants Escape as Structure
Rocks, and Creaking Walls
Warn of Impending Crash.
CINCINNATI. April C. The three
story double brick building at 72 and 73
Plum street, weakened by the Hood, col
lapsed early this morning. For a time
there was much excitement in the
neighborhood, as It was believed that
thirtv tenants had perished in the ruins.
Magdalena Petri and her three daugh
ters resided In the building, and owned
a bakery on the lower floor. They were
dug out of the ruins, seriously, but not
Twenty others had fled from the
building in time to save their lives,
warned bv the creating walls. Fire
Chief Bunker had condemned the -(tnic-tu're,
and ordered tenants to remove
Declares They Tried to Get Rec
ord of His Talk With Pris
oner by Using Dictagraph.
NEW YORK. April 6. The Rev. Jo-'
-....v. r Innnne. nsator of St. Josenh's !
Roman Catholic Church at Toms Rlier.
N. J., atused the police yesterday of
attempting to listen with the aid of a
dictagraph to the religious confession of
I William J. I.eehan, confined in the
. Ocenn county jail, charged with the
murder of Mrs. Caroline Turner In
Lakewood nearly two jears ago. He
charges that the prisoner, whom he be
lieves :o be Innocent, has been put
through the tmra degree, as does v.
Howard Jeffrey, a lawyer, who is de
fending Leehan at the Instigation of the
Father Llnnane went to Lakewood
yesterday afternoon to see the chan
cellor of the diocese of New Jersey
in regard to the matter. He said he
Intended to take It up with Bishop
McFaul at Trenton and attempt to
have an Investigation made
I.eehan refused to eat toda. Since
bin arrest his onh nourishment has
been a little tea and e-ake.
He was placed in a stronger cell and
a double watch was mit over him to
prevent his coinmlttlnc suicide. 1IU
suspeiideis and shoe laces haie been
taken from him and the food offered to
him placed on a wooden dish, without
knife, fork or spoon. jn an effort to
persuade him to cat. the warden's two
daughters. Minnie and Rebecca Ellis,
went to his cell, and got him to take
the tea and toast.
Leohan Is on the verge of a collapse.
Ho has been going without sleep, as well
as food since his arrest, and has aged
many years 1n appearance sinco he was
lured to fort lm and captured.
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I I III II IV ,
PRIEST SAYS PRISON
M SPIED ON HIM
"! tt - a e: v . jrnA - is.rr
JIIU Will be accajBDlisbeda urafc
max or the parage,
Makes Point Clearr'
He made this point clear and unmis
takable in a message to suffrage head
quarters, so that no women in the de
partment needs fear to become a suf
frage petitioner to Congress. There la
no Infraction of the executive order In
volved In Government employes acting
as agents of an appeals to Congress.
The cloud of doubt and confusion widen
ttoubltd many women In the depart-
nents over this question has been
Gen. John C. Black. Thalrraan of the
Civil Service Commission, has also sent
word to suffrage headquarters that
there Is no objection whatever to Gov
ernment women marching in the parade
and bearing petitions to Congress, since
these petitions in no way affect their
place in the departments or the salaries
Plans for the Dig mass meeting and
procession tomorrow, climaxing a bril
liant campaign for the ballot which the
wome nhave waked throughout the win
ter, are now- completed, and they can
hardly fall to culminate in a vigorous
and notable expression- of the full force
of suffrage sentiment In'tne nation.
Many To Be In Line.
There will be 331 women In the parade
bearing "messages from home." widen
win storm the Capito; at 11 : o'clock
Bearing petitions from ever Con
gressional district in the country, thej
will turn these over to Senators and
Congressmen in the greatest appeal for
votes for women ever made In any
Before this arm swoops down on
the halls of the Nation's Capitol it
will hold a mass meeting at 10 o'clock
In the Columbia Theater. There prom
inent women will sound the appeal of
Afterward, unfurling their Votes-for-
under the leadership
of a band, the messengers from home
will proceed through F street to Elev
enth street, thence to Pennsylvania aie
nue. The Police Department has prom
ised adequate protection In an effort
to prevent any occurrences such a
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Cupid Aids Lovers to
Evade Pursuing Papas
TAl'NTON. Mass.. April 6. Cupid,
guiding pretty Margaret Dean and Will
nam Sylvia, both aged eighteen, beat a
squad of police and the parents and
brothers of the joung couple in the po
lice patrol wagon In a race to the mar
riage altar. Today, as man and wife
they are on their honemoon. which
will be spent In Washington. D. C.
Miss Dean Is the daughter of John
Dean. SyliU Is the son of William
Sjlvia. The oung folks secured h
marriage license and started for the
home of the Rev. J. Vanor Carton.
Papas Dean and Sylvia and the broth
ers of the. bride heard of th proposed
wedding. The police were called and
tho ptrltmiton was pressed Into sir-
llee.' A' dash", was made for the clergy
man's homo but when the papas, broth
era and ihe police got there, the knot
hi I been tied and the newly.vcdi .ict
os oa'.UKlr honeymoon.
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