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THAW'S WIFE'S TRIAL.
Tells of Wanting to Laugh in Court.
-Wanted to Cry Other Times
New York, April 22.-The Evening
World prints an interview with Eve
lyn Nesbit Thaw, the first of any con
.-sequence granted by the wife of Stan
ford White's slayer .since his mis
trial and whoeh was obtained by
Notwithistandting lthe unsatisfac
tory ouitcome of ier litisbandi's trial
.and tle long a.gOly of suspenlse site
-endured while tle jury wrangled over
his lfate, sle looked last night in bet
-ter healti and spirits than I had ever
:Seel her, the intervier relates. She
wor1e I s%imple %white tailored shirt
waist, a small 'biown tie, anaid g
brown skirt. Her vace sevileil 1fu1
ler. th;n1 it haid1 duriI t h1._ lle :1ti l, and
altoe -dw sh mrsdIn. as a1 per
s':' to hv!Imi1 a .respit ad been givenl.
1 1l1 hi tIhat sihe was lwin iiig nte
Letter ani sie said:
I am mlad you Iink so. But I
anl'i 't anything. I have hal no
:appeltite ' weeks ex i-epit once or
'Wice, mi, whiaen I Ihad Iunchelen witi
'Daniel O'leillv. lie is so f'unny
"dbat. when I am wit Ii him I eat a
iquant Iity~ of toiod wit houtt real izinag
Mirs. Thaw, w hs beln made'
persistinly patheivi rini tile last
few itils. pr'veis. I simi liscov
en-d. to) i)- mv. nyti v ie. Sht taki.,
I'he mnisfot une11m inl whivih .4he is 10hm1-r
i9 lase. 'it' i eleilents it Il4 i
YlI0r. Slte siets, ini.leei. a l'sin
wh-14o has liveil so (n in such I'miil
iar ternis withi trauagedY as it, be able
to jilkeN with it now i:d then.
"That ima,'' she sai(d. revertin
-to her latest eritie, 'lsaid tlat I oil
iiot Iyv (nui-i whien T was on the
stan(l. I did not want to cry. I tried
so haRd not to I: 1 ellencliel my hands
so lhaird that my nails cut through
my gloves and into the flesh.
She Wanted to Laugh.
"'I'lere were 41ther times whtenl I
wanteil to buth,'' she con fi,ed.
'Onp )I' thiem wv: whelt .Mr. .-ret'ii1i
la1 t1lld d ni. Inl ' t'a n in 1 . il;tit i i
)e:al. an.d I s.t a 1l tIr: 1 i it .n th
Sinl. The- wvrt e S Ilntvniy lilt!
anlisitn- thills inl it alb 'tu t it schoo,141l
lit omilpton that 1 hadI for'gottenl.
'One. in particular. -was ai aeciun
-I ahurlestylite T arrimn-edi on "E
ery Man. ' Our cla.'s had beei taken
to see 'Everyv Man.' and on our re
tuii'n1 T trOt up1) a par'otdy anti called it
-'.Every Wima.n.' The diary haI a
vWotv' o1f a Imster' aillinlneellietit of
1li- play, with 'amiliission 10 cets,
and some local hits tihat seemed very
anllilsI t) ite, tlimuglh. of couit'se,
whey i w l IIot interest any one wilo
ilidyn't know Panieo-that is the
mime (it the school at I'milton. yol
'know, had for.otten all about the
"Thlen you ditnt't keep otne noiw?''
"'Oh, yes, I do,'' said Mr's Thaw,
''but I sutppose, now T 've aditlted it,
I'll have to hide it somewhere. They
could break ini anid take it from tme."
This was to mue very' iinter'esting.
The yonug wotman wihiom we laud all
wr aittlen sit n tith ablout duirina thle fa
Tuloll t i'rlal litl ''ecretly' '2't eve ten nail
at .ii'ta:' jditv tltat thais itaisi jintert' -
i112 rti' d' iti all silt tlil arnia tan
idetity f i-' i'elyn Thtaw. utf wlhitm we a
JlIMave ga" id so nt
"llurinjjj -111. 1by1-f1h1'm91t
'uimniinv - Illata is wlti lIaitrr' ataln
clal- thei ixpiirt' eideni'ce. ' ' 'citatinu.
ed Mrts. Thaw:t. " I drew '.'ome caica
tures while we weire ini lie wiitnes
Totoma. 'IThose'u ro e we're alIwayvs iah
eleil 'te i;allid chte-il. ' Therea~ was
-Onte itf youi i'alld thei ' L'iri'al Nixitla
taking in the FTawi hieiw! ' I mtade'
Rome oft May McKenzAiei also. Yoiu
'know,"' shte said, with itne oft her' sud
<len f'lashes of' seraniunss, " 'it was
very dr'ear'y waititag, atai I hail ti
have somnething toi diio
afra itatt'i i it' tntiot maler'ta n.hl;I
I hat I, too. wiitl t haitk ant sIhe hadl
'not cried enouttgh."' Bitt I did una
"llidi yona e'it v tritt i:anyvthlinai buit
le iarit~? asked, :t ftt'' :a linint'.
toa'ether' in that prtoly t'urroiw of' co. -
Lizard Gave Inspiration. .
'Tes," shte said, "'l wrote a comn
position at Piamlico. It was very' fiun..
ny. I hand niot stuidied so much as the
otvher girls, and I went to all of' the
3iter'atur'e elasses. '[here were tha'ec
-or four of them, but 'I niever wrote
anything. One day my teacher, Miss
'DeForrest, shut me up in a roomi
-with a pad1 and pencil and1 told me 1
'bad 'half an hour to write a.n essay.
'Then she shuit t>hue door and weat
"I wans glabbergasted. I sat arnd
) looked at the paper. For a long time 1
could not think of anything. Then
remember 'Amelia,' who was Anic
liat? Pamlico had a 1funn1y bathitubl.
One or t birlws had an aMarium fill
ed wvith lizar-ds and goldfisli. One day
wh,]tel she was changing the water in
the a(piarium Amelia, her pet lizard,
disappeared down the escape pipe of
the bathtub. The girls always expect
ed Amelia to come up again, though
she never did. But, of course, the
possibility addd to the interest of
taking a bath. I wrote my essay on
Taking a Bath at Pamlico.'
''Aflter a while Miss De Forrest
retturned and took the composition
away with her. The same afternoon
Mrs. De Mile, the principal of the
school, sent for me. I went up to her
bed room. She was lying down with
a handkerehief siffed in her month
and mlY ilomposition inl her hand. She
lanh.ted I. lhed. Fina.lly she
straihtene up1and told me,v wvithl
urent11.1 1nn ,ta hadl a talent for
liter-aiue. which I initst ciltivate.
Sl '-aid I had a devided style.
Chum of Her Father.
"I w't to a German school for a
little while. .v father was very anx
imus to have me learn German, and
used to give me a halt' hour's lesson
eveiy mning. I was very fond of
iy. father.'' said Mrs. Thaw. "We
were 4g"reat. chums. Then he died,
andi we beem:11e imlpoverished. My
fatri4- 111 alwaYs Imade a baby of
my IlmdterI. She was very helpless
when he flied. She used tl sit and
r. She t ried to '_et al e. . b t she
wasi not sl4'Tess5fill.
-Sme1b.d- had to d1 someth11n1).1
Theln chanve valle for' ie to pose af
It'r We m11"vell to Philadelphia. At
fir t I lmsedi Ily ror woman ar
tists. like Jessie Wilcox Slith and
Elizabeth Shippen Greene. Then we
came jo New York and I met Carroll
Beckwith. le was very kind and
Ilice, and toldt me not to go knock
in,x at stidio doors: that he woold
-ive nc letters to artists.
"After a while I got all tile pos
itl 1 cI mild do. 1 pose(d for 'Mr.
Ieekwith. Irvin' Wiles. Carl Ilen
ner. J. Wvlls ClIaipney and 11mny
.\%-'wel knmw arti!zt!z.
"'The-n I went .In tihe st 11e. Tn
'; r,I even :I a chibl, 1 h:14 l n2
,,, t,. bIvlre t rezz.. I n1-edi to,
I was bi o he Sarah Bernhardt
No. 2. MV first rehearsal where I
hadl any line eured mle of that idea.
Mr. Jer-ome told the jury I was a
-ireat actress. I wish he could have
seen that rehearsal. It was in 'The
Wild Rose.' and T lhad one line to
speak. It was somethiin.r like 'Here
'mlles ithe bride!' When I said it Mr.
Lederer ltoked ill) and stared. Then
lie laiu.ghied and made ic say it over
at:ain. It took him all mornin tr to
teach me to say that one line. I lisp
'id then a little and I wotld say
lb-wide.' T lost mv sta.te aspirations
)y being on the stage.''
'"If you had to make you living
agalin, would youi go back to) it ?' ' I
"No. indeed !'' said Mrs. Thaw,
rehemnent ly. "'I wouldl do anyt.hing
Ise first.'' She smiled. ''Daniel
)'Reilly told me a manager wept 01n
atis shoulder the~ othler day. 'Think
>t all this notoriety' going to waste!'
Wants to Live on a Ranch.. .. .
"Ii Mi'. Thaw is acgnited on his
wixt trvial, what will von4t do?'' I
"I wvill tell von whvlat I wo4nhl like.'
.1h4 repliedl, hier' eyes spar'kling. stud
West. I woul lov'e to live on a r'anchl
md14 go aroitiund in a short skiirt andl
~weater. I sa1w a L'ood deal of the
Wton my h,oneymnoon, '' she adlde..
We wenit thrionizh tIle Yosemli te andi
I 'i neld Waly iit 1n 441h le Overhlia ngi ng
Rocak. I arr inivitsisted oil holding mle
bone foot. Ie was afraid I wou4)ld(
fall, and I almost cr'ied with r'age, I
will shlow~ y'ou a p)icture' of it.''
Mrs. S. I
invites you to come an
Dress Goods before
just opened up a comr
Silks. W ash Chiffons, l
Lawn. The newest dE
zelle Organdy and be
in all colors. In fact w
is needed in Dry Good
Don't forget to corn
When you want a HR
give it to you.
.Mrs. S. 1'
She got a little album of photo
graphs taken. on her honeynoon, and
we looked theni over. In the picture
then Thaw held her back as she hung
way out on the Overhanging Rock
and gazed down into the fathomless
In the picture as we view it today
it is Harry Thaw that has strayed
for out oni the Overhanging Rock; the
fragile Evelyn that reaches out a sav
I do not pretend to know what
Evelyn Thaw is, to guess the answer
to the eternal question, she has been
called. I think, after talking with her
several times, that she is an undeter
minate problem, with more undefi
nite niumber of answers.none right. to
the exclusion of otlers. I believe there
is a different. solution for each one
who attellpts the problem. But,
kn'wie not hin. I feel that mi vs
selil tra-edy wraps here eve' in
her li.-hiest m0loods and has m1lode her
the central fi'-ure in the greales:t life
drama of our time.
"Good-hy. 'Swayer of Men,''' I
quoted. as I left her, and she smiled
But leliind that smile, as blehind
every movement, gay or solemn, of
her- iinquestionably able mind, is the
hauttinT fear, the terrible anxiety.
for tile man she loves, which. since
the evenin!_ of June 25, 1906. has
The1re is not a (aV passes but somq
one has a fiiner. mashed, gets a s(w
ere scald or burn, receive, a painfrul
ent ir bruiise. or is taken with i a sud
den eramp or pain in some part of
the body. Such accidents are usual
ly livihtly treatel with some ''old
timey' reinedy. advised by the pat
riarch of the neighborhood, and.
strange as it may seem, there are as
many such panaceas advised as thiere
are ills to cure. Every one has a dif
ferent remedy to offer. The afflie
lion. I11u1'h painful. is not important
enouh to require a phlysician, yet
must be attended.
Thu'11-hitiess pe1qple experiient with
T1m. Divk and iIarry's prescripti'.1n-s
:it th ri-.k "f -tailing serious em
) )l i tI i,n . 1 Iow ucit i h better it w.ou 1
he to keep on hand a bottle of some
well-known and guaranteed remedy.
such as Andes' Great Oil. So thor
oughly efeient and reliable is this
celebrated lotion for the instant re
lief of euts, bruns, bruises, scalds,
cramps, aches and pains, that it is
being kept in a majority of homes
as a househlod necessity. It is dub
bed ''the little doctor,' and no such
accident as is mentioned above needs
furtiher treatiment than an applica
tion of the oil to parts affected. It
eures toothache, headache neuragia
and internal crainps in two to five
minutes, reduces swelling and suples
drawn muscles or stiff joints like
magic. Win. E. Pelham and Son,
Newberry, S. C., are sole distributors
in this section. Price 50 cents per
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for a little goes a long way.
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