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AT ONCE AN
PERPLEXITY IN WHICH KISS
MABEL MERCER OF PITTS
BURtf IS INVOLVED
FIGHTS FOR HER FREEDOM
Laws of Pennsylvania Place
Her Under Father's Con
trol, But in New York She
Is Her Own Mistress
Daring Escape from Insli
tution in Which She Had
Been Confined Ward of
H. C. Frick Involved in
New York drown woman In New
York, infant In Pennsylvania. Miss
Mabel Mercer has decided that she
want to stay In th metropolis.
Khe thinks that the laws of the Em
plre Btate plve her a better chance
than those of William Penn old
tale. As lone as she stays in New
York she Is perfectly safe from cn;
ture by her father, who put her In
the Country home, at C.ermantown.
Pa., the other day. because she wants
to be independent.
Mis Mercer Is Just turned IS. Here
the law ays that a woman of IS is
of ae. In Pennsylvania a father Is
be married. Put Mr. Frl It and Cap
tain Mercer caught them before the
knot was tied and Ml Mercer had to
(to home like a dtiilful little daughter.
Hero, however, was a more serious
Bhe found herself practlrally a pris
oner. Matiotis watched her all the
time. Kven her clothing was taken
away from her and Klie had to wear
the uniform of a primmer; If she es
Ced It would tell all the wot Id that
she was under restraint.
Miss Mercer's native wit overcame
all the obstacles. tihe heard the honk
honk of Ihe automobile out In the
road, she hastily made a rope of
sheets, she forced upon the window
and squeezed her trim lit t lo body be
tween the Iron bars of her window
and slid in safety to the ground. The
automobile did the rest.
But let Miss Mercer tell the story
herself: "'I have broken with my fath
er forever." she said, emphatically,
with a toss of her shaiwly little head,
"and no power on earlh can ever get
me under his control again. Im a
woman luie In New York, even If the
law say's I'm an infant in Pennsl
vania. "1 did run away from home I want
ed to po on the stago. My reasons
for leaving home are my own secret.
I won't tell them to anybody.
"At once my father made a search
for me. and finally found me In the
Plymouth hotel. I was about to se
cure an engagement to fto on the stase
tlon. I eplalned as quickly as jwist
ble that 1 had been placed In the in
vent against my will. I aukt-d him to
take me to the restaurant in North
Philadelphia where I had stopped IT
mjr father the Monday previous. Thlsj
"Who was' he Don't ask me."
It mas young Mr. Porntraeger, Mr.
Frlck's ward, however.
"Th-re at the restaurant," went on
Ming Mercer, "I told the proprietor's
wife of my escape and she was kind
enough to help mi.
"She bound up toy wounds and h
pave fne food. Hhe Rave me a dress to
take the place of that horrid uniform
of the Country Home. Then I sent a
telegram to New York asking that
money Ik- sent me and that very nlsht
I was back In my old room at the ho
tel. 1 had been away Just five days
"I know that I am right in what I
have done. A lawyer whom I hare
consulted has assured me that my
father has no rlttht to force tue to go
with him. home or any other place. I
am fully capable of earning my own
living and of living my own life, and I
am going to da so."
Family Is Divided.
"I am goint; to make every effort
to gpt my daughter back," declared
Captain Mercr. "She is Incorrigible."
"And I am going to help my sister
keep out of the hands of her father,"
said her brother. (Jeorge A. Mercer, a
deputy coroner In Plttsbutg, when he
They Ca Tejtthsr,
1I"nry," said the yo;ir wife, who
had taken up phjivioal culture, 'bow
do you think I am bui'tT"
"My dear," replied h-y hnbnd
fondly, "you are built l!k . watch."
"Thank you Henry. And Hnry?"
"If if I am built Ii'e a wa'rh. don't
you think I should have a few Jew
And thn Henry frowned and said
the man who compliments woman Is
FAMILY'S SKIN TROUBLES.
when he ap;wared with another man heard of this.
and forcibly took me away. My father Miss Mercer has two other brothers,
told me that my mother was sick In one a clergyman and the other Is still
Pittsburg and wanted me home. at schocl. As for young Porntraeter
he Isn't fcaying auything. but some
thing may happen any day. At any
rate, when he's 21 and comes Into the
I2.000.0v0 which Mr. Frick is husband
log for Mm, there may be a wedding
Inveigled Into an Institution.
"We took a train for Pittsburg.
However, after the first stop, when we
got over the IVunsylvania line, the
j strange man. who proved to be a New j Put it will take place In New York.
i York detective left us. I beeatne mi- i w hf- t-irl of 1 ihat niarrv without
child's guardian until she is 51, aud j ,t ,hls amJ my SUS,icior.t. ; their pa-ents' con- nt.
U11UI l.it-u BUI- la an ll.l.ll.l. ,.,.,-. ..A Iw.n ,.W ; Tl.i. i- M.r,-r.r rnl
North Philadelphia. m ' to her brother when she arrived here
"When e BtupjK'd at a restaurant I in f r -e New York, where f-'irls of IS
Put back of u'l this l (KimeThln;
more. Miss Mercer had to make a
i-easawona. ,-M-apv irom wi- no,,,., y, ((( , ri1, , . a,ay , folJ,)(j i Br0 no IJ!ISI.r lnfanls
TTL .ftftftlift.Llt. lilt J lAi IBHH HUH ft'S IUV
laws of the sovereign state of Penn
sylvania. She flld three motion on a
riN made of f!ieciH. met a young
man in an automobile, whisked away
to Philadelphia, exchanged the Insti
tution's uniform for a dress, which
hhe borrowed, made the first train
for New York, and here she is now.
defiant, but happy.
Of Prominent Pittsburg Family.
The Mercers are among the best
known people In Pittsburg. The fa
ther U Capt. George S. Merger, super
intendent of buildings la Allegheny
unty. Now, Miss Mercer had fin
ished school, and was almut to take
In r place In society, when she met
young Carl Poi nit neper, a ward of
Henry C. Frick, He was young. Rood
looking, and he stands to Inherit a for
!'!;: He proposed; she accepted.
Hut Mr. trick couliln t hoe It In I lie j
l!kht (bat 'Unt p-ople did. and
t tint tiintttfr. neither did Copt.
Mercer. There w as a stormy scene,
untie hot words, and Miss Mercer
':. d out of the house.
"All ruht." she said. "von don't :
l,.iv.- i carport me. I can pel s p,v t
s;'.i n on the stage If I have to."
II-r father laughed at this, but the
Kit) made food her threat. She did
gi t a place In "The I'ail and the C.irl"
n,ii'Utiy, and she came to New York
to ie,ari for her part. It looked as
If s) c would n'tcci-ed She was dainty,
w;tiwiiue. otrtttiely pretty and chic,
along came Papa Mercer.
"Your mother 1 very 111." he said
"and you must come home to see her."'
Of course the girl gave in. Tear
fully she took (lie train for Pittsburg,
a she supposed, hoping to see her
d(ar mother before she died and to
h"i forgiveness b-r running awny from
home The ie was a stop at Philadel
. 1 . .. . ii aV.t.. I I V....1 ' ..r... . . l.. L. .1 .. 1
j uihi i iniiu noi oti mis. uui i it.i'i a rupiKise jcu uae ii-ttiu lh!h uau
chance to write a telegram and send i putting nip in some kind of a convent.
it out by a boy. It was to my Now and also oT my esca;e. Monday be
York hotel, directing that no one be mit me there. Saturday, about 12
WE9TERW! It Cur ' Y-a Va'V.
(,-. h s f :. i ir v- r- I-- V
Whst 6rll Wa D ? Cot to Buftf .:v w Tt-! r - -t' i --
A Je'tpr wrl'.v n to a Car.a1 aa Go
rmrrjent a".it from Tipton. lafi.aaa.
Is but one of rtany sirr-i'.ar that ar $3
the bands of tfce CtTtadlao f ivemriieiit
;d re!,.,!y. was f'nwa fe!
fTT.?- w.-r:' ! j la a v'hr9 J?.'ifl'
Kl err,):,ary aal crwiriv- tt fc"-r
agent wh .ruiK it U to o?r t" Zf yr tt oc.".:a t
one tundred and sixty acr- of Ua4 1 ' 'o-.ixm.
free, and low railway fres, Eiit tere
Is cipy of the J-,ter: "t '-vn M
"TeV. N. !- ( IZ'Z'Xl"-..
"At your e-artiett iKiicita'Sf.-a a party nt' I. e.td tw- i 4 hr'. i
Ccxema, Heat Pith, and Scalp Affec
tions Afflict Diffent Members,
But Cwticura Cures Them.
My wife had eczema for five or six
years. It was tin cer face and wouid
come and go. V.'e thought we would
give the Cuticura Itemed ies a trial. We
did so and she has never had a slga of
eczema for four year. I inyscjf used
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ginurient
some time ago for falling hair. I now
have a very heavy head of hair. We
used Cuticura Remedies for our baby,
who was nearly bald when young. She
has Tery ulc hair now. She Is Tery
Cethy, and we bad so much trouble
of cs from Tipton left Vay li for
Western Canada. Our ls.errvws with
yoa and a eareful sttiy cf yrrsr l.ter
ature led us to expect tTzt ttiegs of
your country wbea we tt'rAi arrive
there, and we were sot d:&ar;xc?e-i.
We went prepared to make a cartf jl
exarcination cf the country asd Ps re
sources, and we S.d so. At early da
the set-oad rx;orn:cg otit of Tift on we
woke In a new wtrll. As far aa tie
eye could reach was an a.parertly
limitless expanse of cw sown wbtat
and frajrie grasses. Tie vivid gra
Of the wheat Just b-sr:LCiB? to ftw4
out, and the Inky tlwkEf-ss of Vs
oil contraetc-d la a way bc-io,;r,-l to
A rB d--a't d'ni
w-- of it as tz vh at
sltj '.i-e O'tfT fe.'Vjw
fc . is
One of th ttlsrs a traa cas t ca
tfrwax4 is wfcy t a tir:t tae asf
witb. heat that we would bathe ber j An hour cr two later we f!-aied
with Cuticura Soap and then apr'T
Cuticura Ointment, it would dry the
heat up so much quicker than any
thing else. Mr. H. U. Springir.Ire, 353
So. Capitol Street, Iowa City, la.. July
16, 1S03. and Sept IS, 1906."
PUT RELIGIOUS DUTY SECOND.
Stern Laws of Business Com First,
Says Austrian Court.
An Interesting case at law, which
centered on the obscrvEnce of an old
Jewish custom, was decided In Vienna
recently. A merchant, says the Ameri
can Uiatlite, discharged a clerk on ac
count o.' iietiort of duty. Among the
Into Winnipeg. Here we fvrnd a mot
her cf surprises. A tundred thousand
souls well housed, wp.h every cjts-
Tenience that goes to rcaVe a modera
up-to-date city baks. bo" els. tews-par-ers,
atoren. electric V.z'ut. f.re-t
railways, sewerage, waterwtrks. as
thalt pavements, werylblnz. T.'ita
eyes and ears open we traveled for
two thousand miles throuzh Manitoba,
Saskatchewan and Alberta, froiag OJt
Calgary to Edmontcn, and returslcg
to Wicriipeg oer the Canadian North
ern railway. In the meantime we
made sev ral side trl; s ar.1 sto;pe.4
tl at a number cf points where we
' ' ' -Z. . j
allowed to remove my effects without j o'clock, daytime, I escaped by un-
my consent. From the restauraut we screwing iron bars, crawling over two
went to an Kpiscopal mission on Kast
Walnut lane, (icrmantow n.
"My father left me after I heard
him tell the matron tust I was to be
put at hard work.
"I had never worked before in my
life. 1 had to tcnili, wash, iron and do
other menial tasks. I ma le my escape
last Saturday. The day before I had
roofs and falling Hy mere good luck
1 reached New York In a half-living
condition. 1 had not a cent when I
ran away In a calico custome of blue
and white check. These roofs were
covered with barbed wire, and my
anna are all covered with bandage.
Soon as I could 1 communicated with a
Mr. O'Reilly, the Thaw attorney, and
"We get cut here," snid the fa'her
eteinb. and suddenly a detective np
he had peen Coached for his
"Yuu't got to come along," s.tid j
ttie man. ' and it'll be better If jo'.i t
eu t make a s'er,e "
Tl n Miss Mercer realized that It
had been h trap. Her mother was
Dot 111 and si e wann'l going to Pitt
but: at all Instead she found herself
on ti e va to llie Country Home, an
Institution c nducti'd by the Protest,
ant Kp;Ci,.al church at tlerttiMtitow n.
a suburb of Philadelphia.
I'elore the girl could recover from
her siupilae and Indignation she was
in ii'.iti'orm and under rest taint. That
j mi March 55 lust. Kil.t then and
t. " the inadrt up her mind to r a)
n I escajie she did. Now sh! can
stia i her linger at the law of Peiin
slv;i::la and her failinr. too. She is
of uge In New Yot k and un Infant no
Here she's a woman; there she a
So hero she proposes to re:u.ilu
Planning Her Escape.
All till took nit and pluck Mis
Metier tcalUt d that she was lel!iK
watched cty luinuse She was made
to scrub tl.Kii und wa-h di:.'ie. wait
nt the till.'..' and Make Is-d.i Ihli'K
she had never di'iie befoie In her life.
She scrul'lied, and washed ami Irotiel
iitit:! her white lit'le h.i::d w.ie all
led and sou. Put all the time hc
was waiting her chance
.',;u! tli young ward of Mr. Flick
was outside. v.;iiMug to hi !j her Bt
Jusl Pie pioH r ji : ii t . T lits was be
cause MlS Mercer was tilde to stnug
a letter out to h,u in.il.iiii; atl ap
iMilnttnenl for luui and li.n t-ii auioum
bile at Just the ilkht time
Nor wu till the f.rxi time she had
i.ad au pHint!iiei.i with yming Mr
11, M tltUO'Si-l- lsl leO'liber Ihcy rati
n tonelher - tl.i ISM'jiolJ g.il
at:d '.hi ler-oll bo lulendiua t
y. . : . Ylu7W
1 fry' is ' i: s
' mm: ;;M
' . U jL ,
C& -V- - 3 Sh- "f
int'j tbe stirrocndic; ' f
charges Buiiiist l.im was that he came 1 cotitry. On every tacd were en-1 f
to the stce late in the morning be- I denccs cf I'-roEperity. The prowtu;
cause he attended service at the syca- i wheat, cats, rye. tax. barley, tot lit
gogue In order to say Kaddish the ; tie patches, but great f'.is. tcscy cf
nraver for the dead for t;s father. ! them a s-q;are mile In extent, the
Tte clerk argued that It was his privi- j three, five and sonieiunes seven-borse
lege and his duty to say the prayer for j teams laying over an ttky black r:V
his deparied father, while the mer- j bon of yellow stubble, generally 4n iir
cbant, who was also a religious man. j rows straight as gun barrels and at
maintained that "if Moses bad known I right angles front the roaas streuting
into the distance, contrasted strangely
with our little fields at home. The
towns bctt large and small were dau
blr conspicuous, made so, first fcy
their newness and second by tte tow
ering- elevators necessary to bold tbe
immense crops of wheat grown In the
that a man had to rT 8.000 gulden
year rent be would have made differ
ent law." The Judge would not aUow
uch an argument, but dclded In fa
Tor cf the merchant, "because the
dally attendance at the synagogue
could not b. considered the right of
tbe clerk without the consent of U)
Figures on Divorce Suits.
According to figures compiled by
the census bureau at Washington a
divorce suit is filed every ten minute
during working hours of court ofll
cials. and a divorce granted every
three minutes In the I'nited States
This has been the acerase for the last
50 yetrs, and cenus cfflcials say the
number is Increasing at an aiurmicg
MORE BOXES OF COLO
noticed a window on the tlilid flour
front which i thought 1 could squeeze
thiouth. That in. onlug I preieudel
that I was slrk and they lock
"At about two o'clock one of the ma
tron cRine Into my room. 1 sprang
out Into the ball and turned tbe key
In the door, locking her in.
"I had nothing bin the uv;ly uniform
of the institution un. and I knew thai
If I did get out the chance wetc thai
I could not gel vcy lar away. How
cv r. I was despeiate. Ti c window
1 get out of oiH iu d Um u the roof of a
IMiich It wu pioteclod by a aH of
lutct wot -ii Iron, but I managed to lift
u;i one end far c.io.ib. to s jiieete m
Fredsm at Last,
was a hard tank, arid led bl.uk
and blue tiiuik oil loo that 1 have ct. .
Put once on the roof I li.l down on
a rojv of she is I inudo fouu i.iv bed 1
illmt, to the potch below, and then I j
oi. in v balance B"d fell to Hie .ioiiiut ;
Til,, otllv IHMHOB who lis t Mfll lll j
-.cape w young man !' wj
laiiiting by hi automobile o" the
stieet, I S".e!el to lillJU !r piv'tec ,
renUed advice and help from him.
The detective dud had wlih him is
In all kind of trouble. 'Kven a luur-
d me in 1 deter cannot be taken from one state
j lo another without a warrant from the
koxcinoi. and, too, I am of ase In this
Would Have Cent Craiy.
"i sin lui ii! to do any law ftghlir.it
but b.ive i g.sul atli'ir.ey to finht for
mv. I should have been cray l.a.l 1
stiiel in Uo convent lu.nh longer. As
it is lit . I have nen oils prostration
"I bK'k terribly I, altered and ill. I
hase tl'j to last me uuttl I start lo if
ceUe Ui w.wes, This 1 borrowed from
a gi:l I inot in the other company
S'.ianii' is Pave all Ih--o so gvd to me
'In that convent, wri'.e kneeling for
bonis iu their wotsMp, I thought they
w. it' t.s !h to think ed existed r
al-. i.t no t,!l but here on rait It
p.'.id I ol a.-liauud tor llotr n'li
ion I tell ou I would lave commit
t. I mm dor had I s'aM -l 'heie rim h
My iliiiiikhta Wet terrible In that
l ly leu reuu. I.ovlntl.
M Mil l."
U-et ih i-i iu a. of thl s. uiid t'.k aa
Inlaui - Nt York WwrlX
The newness, the thrift, the bustle.
the sound of saw and hammer, the
tents housing owners of buildings In
various stages of completion, the piles
of household elects and agricalfarU
implements at the railway statics
waiting to be tau'e-l cut to the
"Claims." the occasional sieaai plow
turning Its twenty or thirty acre a
day, the sod house, the uc painted
house of wood, the up to-date tntxlern
residence with large rc-i barn by. ail i
these were seen everywhere we went,
an earnest cf prosperity and wealth to
be. We tsUied with men and ruiu-d
their i 'aces that fjur years ago was
unbroken prairie. Their houses,
barns. Implements and live stock were
the eq.ial of anything Sn Tiptoa Coun
ty, and why mt,whk'a they were rais
ing five, ten and twenty, jes. in one
Instance, forty thousand tus.ht-i or
wheat a year. The fact that such
large yield of wheat are raised so
easily and so ure!y Impressed us
very favorably. And when we saw
nu n who four or Eve year a-J com
menced there with two or three thou
sand dollars, and were now as well
fiied and caking money msch easier
and tr.any times faster thsn lot of
our acquaintance on Indian farm
fifty yeir cleared and valued at four
time as much, we decided to Invrst.
So we bought In partnership a little
over two thousand acres, some of it
Improved and in wheat.
Pefore leaving IndiAna we acrr4
that if the opporv..iil:U' were as jreaX
as tfcey w e re reprvented t. W. ti.
w would buy, and own l:v lartair
thip a lv!y t( land, and b.ive oie 4f
" .-' --. .
And Many Greenback.
511 boxe of Gold and Greenbacks
will be sent to j-ersons who write the j
most interesting and truthful letters j
of txperience ou the following topics: 1
1. llow have you been aff.H-tcd by
ceffee drinking and by chacs'.ag from
coffee to Postum?
2. Give name and account of one or
more coffee drinkers who have been
hurt by it and have been Induced to
quit and use Postum.
3. 1K you know any one who has
boen driven away from Postum be
cause It came to tte table weak and
characterless at the first trial?
4. Iid you set such a person right
regarding the eaty way to make It
clear, biack. and with a snappy, rich
&. Have yo-j ever found a better
way to make it then to use four heap
ing teasKsitifulK to the pint l wfitcr,
let stand on stove until real boiling
begins, and begim.!ns at that time i
when actual boiling starts. In u la., lo j ,.t:r :ivrr , R;,,r ttn.j o.i'tate
minutes more to extract tte Cvor and j, This smirvliajiy diJ.
food value. ( A I live of butter the sije Just , ,( ,,r(, ,i.t, ,t) t;.r,,sa I
of a h i will prevent boiling over 1 ,-,-ived a letter fn-tu h!:u. - bat abalt
This r. ntcst Is comine-l to those who , , . fc . . iAe rvt u, 1,14
buve used Postum prior to the date of ; j.i,, There so much what
I that the rail rv i'lst swamped.
Loaded Black Powder
"NubUcks" are as per
fect as brains and in
genuity, coupled with
first-class materials and
modern methods of
manufacture, can make
them. They are sure
fire, make even pat
terns, shoot hard and
strong and will stand
reloading. Ask for
"Nublacks" neat time.
if j ;' r
lie honest and truthful, don't write K . p ran t tmrj ar J ,v.0 ,!,.4tors
full. I cewr iawf aa thins
like It." In reply we wnte. "t. sl U t
. If..l I.Ltl.-.J l.wt .l..l(
.iie.l J e'l i.tmi.ui -vit. I9 fvF
tnithful slatcmeiit. !
contest win close juno isu ..lM1 r, ahei and bui'd : your sty
and no letter received after that date j . . ,. r ,, .s,, !, !..tri we ns-d
w IU be admitted, i:anilcatlon of let- r.., . . , r-i, ,. in KaasAS
ters w ill Ik? mado by three Judge. ot
men ber of the lVstum Cereal Co
Ltd. Th.ir d.-cli-'.on will be fair and
Una!, and a neat little box containing
a 111) gold piece sent to each cf the
five writers of the most Interesting
letters, a box containing a $5 gold
rlivc to each of tbe JO to ut best, a
: greenback to each cf the l'X ts t ;
best, ar.d a $1 sreenbaik to each of
the Ioi uct best, inaklnit cash ( rises !
distiibuted to ;5 p rs.ns. '
livery fi ion J cf Postum Is ti-fi-l to'
wilio srd vach Ku.-r wi'.l be t ' In
l !i:h fi'Hiii ly thi cvi.ti-.v.ny. a an
evidence if such f 1 iciidstt,'. w!-.- tto
little hove of gold ar.d t iivcl ;e '.f
tt'.i.ncy ill reach w v. v r.:-'.- st w t .tor
whose I'lain and is '?! I t.cts ct -.i-tain
the facts i!c.i-,. aitl.o.iih V -
tender may l.uve but ..: ta-th ta
Winning at the time of writing.
LV.k this 1 itu-ct ov,-r w:.h y.u.r
fiU-i.di and sr-e t'w ivai'V ati.org
jou ran win prl! It ! g sl. t""
et colnlH illion and l tlie bet km.! of
a rsu 'e. and co.-t Co co.'.-!'.!'..; s V
Soltitt y liottllig.
A.l.lies jour letter t. the pcst-aui
Cereal Co. Ml, IU!'.! Creek. ! h .
r!t'i. your t a caive aul
uneu!!r.l i -t ttinr dlK-iou
t '.. 1 !.' are put up iu bsjsC
xiicBt 1 m L Ita ly it.
iiv. rc;uirin.'C mly a for m t
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