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AUTHOR OF STRANGE r
DOCTRINE ARRESTED :
Dr. Wm. I. Thomas, Authority on So
ciology, and Wife of Soldier i
HELD ON UGLY ACCUSATION r
Evidence Alleged to Indicate a Viola- a
tion of Mann Act and False
Chicago, April 12.-H-inton G. Cla
haugh, chief of the local 1bepartment 0
of Justice, today announcedl that his t
agents last night took into custody Dr. ?
William Isaac Thomas, of the faculty
of the University of Chicago, known
as ian authority on sociology, and a r
woman saidl to be the wife of a Texas
man now in France wvith Gen. Per- I
Mr. Clabaugh said he had turnedl
over to District Attorney Clyde evi- I
dence for the institution of charges of
violating the Mann act and an act for
bidding false registration at hotels.
Dr. Thomas and the womarf, who
said she was a Mrs. Rt. M. Granger, ofi
Washington, are sitid in the data giv
en Mr. Clyne to have registered at a
dlowntown hotel last night as man and
wife from Gary, lnd. The hotel clerk
becoming suspicious, notified Mr. Cla
Both were taken before Mr. Clyne
laIst night and are quoted as having i
attempted little if any concealment.
According to Mr. Clabaugh, Dr.
Thomas said; "I love her and I dlon't
care if the whole world knowvs it. My
arrest is a tremendlous injustice."
The Woman's Story
Mr. Clabaugh further quoted the
wvoma~n as saying:
"Dr. Thomias wvas kind to me. A fter
my husband left for France D~r. Thom
as was most solicitous' for my com- 1
fort. I just liked him at first. Later it 1
grew into love."
D~r. Trhomas is 55 years of age,
n:arried .red has growvn children. Mr..
Thomas was one of the founders of
the woman's peace party. Mrs. Graine.
er is 24 years old and has a 3-year..
'ld chi;ld living with ncr mother at
Fort W< 'h, Trev.
See ua d, according~ to Clahau::h
that she acc'ompi me-I ' or husl . i
from the ranining (amp at Fort Wu
to New '3 ork to sa .- good . ye when ;i
sailed. Dr. Thomas was in the city to)
gather material for a book on Po'and.
'They were introduced by Mrs. Grang
er's sister. The latter and Mrs.
Granger have been living at a south
side family hotel for about two weeks.
The sister's name, according to G. W.
Wayson, manager of the hotel, is Mrs.
Dr. Thomas for some time was
much in demand forthis lectures on
ociology and the relation of sex there
unto. Among his teachings were: 1
"Women are better off for havin.g
had their fling as men (1o. Dissipated
women often make excellent wives.
"Chivalry is the persistence of the
nhol race hit of ontempt for wmen.
sed the War
lumber of yez
Mr. J. W. G
ouse this sec
i.rolina for mo
ten we go an
s a liberal at
will do our b
.enced and 1
ig out for the
down and be
nds to Serve,
"Any girl, mentally mature, has the
ight to have children and the right to
mit their number.
"The morality of women is an ex
ediency rather than any innate vir
"Marriage as it exists today is rap
Ily approaching a form of immoral
"Matrimony is often an arrange
ient by which the woman trades her
reproachable conduct for irreproach
"Children are not the result of mar
iage, but marriage is the result of
Dr. Thomas and Mrs Granger this
fternoon were examined by the dis
rict attorney in the presence of an
ssistant skilled in Mann act proceedl
ngs. They wvere allowed to leave the
eederal building on their owvn recog
,ONG IRANGE GUN
'aris Asylum Struck by Shell, Killing
Trhree, Wounding Eleven
Parisj A pril 12.-A shell fired by
he German long range cannon yes
erdlay struck a foundlinjg asylum in
he Rue De La Creche, in the Mon.
rouge dlistrict, on the southern out
kirts of Paris, and three persons
here were killed and1( el:-ven wvounded.
Mithin the hospital were thrty womn
m with newborn babes. One mater
iity nurse, one patit and one baby
vere killed, while two probationers,
ix women patie nts and1( three infants
The shell enter'ed on the groundl
loor and burst in the middle of a
vard. Hlad it conme half an hou:r ear
ier it would have mad~e many more
'ictims, for it wvas viaitors' dlay ands
riends of the patients had jus.t left.
An:other shell strdeck an openair
>owling alley and killed a muan and a
>oy and1( woundled ten otfier persons.
NEW UNIVElRSITY AT TSINAN
Tsinain-While dlorm itories andl lab.
>ratories for the new Shantung Chris
ian University, are still in process of
reparation, the work of the first
school year has already begun. This
mniversity has been in existence for
ears, as far as its <-Ifferent depart
nients are concernedl, for it is the un
on of Dr. Mater's college established
,n 1864 in Tengchow, near Chefoo;
~he Medical School founded at; Tsinan
a 1910; tihe Arts College of Welhaein;
md~ the Theological College at Taing
Dhou. Besides these long-established
lepartments, Shantung Christian Uni
versity is to have an exceptionally
well-equipped science dlepartmen,t in
add~ition to the other standIardl courses.
Work is now being completed on dor
mitorIes, the chemistry and physics
uildings, power house andl water tank,
Find administration building.
Plans are now being made for the
election of a board of d irectora of wide
representation, preference to be given
to the choice of American and English.
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