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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1920
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1)20 The OldEiahth Xtl Voluntary Parenthood JSZ by Nsw York Ctuhwsmn. Hind iht Story -n This Pg Monday. YerkAa Seen Throtgh Youna Eyes" Story This Page Wednctdsy. Why the Beautiful Audrey Munson Wanted Her Death Announced Model for Several Famous Statues and Successful Movie Star Hoped to Hide Her Poverty. let Oo. iiw.icw ii Brains norio. iT ItAVE been so doaparnto that I J have gono to tho newspaper offlceo and havo o-ikod tho editors to lnsort an account of my death. I thought that If poor Audrey Muneon was out of tho way, gome of thosa who cared for her and her work in Ujo past might remember her and bo sorry. And I thought that, under another name, I might havo a ohanoo to work and bo happy again." Out of her despair, hor povorty, he r fluttering, sitting In hor shabby, fur bished room In Syracuse, N. Y Audrey Munson, called "tho world' most perfect model," thus described what Is perhaps as bitter an Incident m ever belonged to the llfo of ono c ho world' scorned. .Audrey Munson believes that boo Is DUMuod by a curse which Is denying her not merely the fame and fortune of a ferw years ago. but even a decent MviBg. As screen star and actress, she uellghted thousands. As model, she whs the inspiration of sculptors. She t foi Daniel Chester French's i?.1 u4txer Memorial stands at the Ti.?. Av,enu entrnnco to Cenlral a.. tho nur' t "Suffering l?nity Jn th" "'uorlal to Gen. iJooth. founder of tho Salvation Army L v."'..0 WM u, moJel for n Komi "Column of rrogrcss" ond m"1" N1nt" l lh Panama j, 'position. . JovH he ' relued to ono fur Ma id room at No. 621 Hast Pwyette Mtr in her old home town of .T' wnw ho cooks her own iiL n.ia ont'-b"'- W Pin lo and vardrob with her own needle and -bread. -, buy her scanty food, sho -s trying o w,i tickets on a bronze Miruro of herself modelled by -.'lyases Hlcol and now on oxhlblion nt the RyroeUM Museum of Kino Arts. Her Miother, vho is with her, Is earning ".JlV" hy P'HlnR kitchen utcn WW frm door to door. "I am twenty.flve and yet I am UiMVii und ditt,' told Tiiu rtwiung QVld foproscntAMve. "I lielleve I UtR. folowed by a curso. I rhull never WUljt for anything ngaln." Thr event to which Mis Munson 'races ner low mall n mi)llc fnvor the notorious Wilkin murder 4KN about which all New Yrk was -Miking a year and a hnlf ago. M.rn -4'a Wllk'nn was murdered at the ior of her home nt Long llinnch, 1. I. The subsequent arrrst of ncr iVod huxbm d, Pr. Walter Keenc V!!klnH, for tho crime, brought tho Mine of Audrey Munson In Klarini; .ifD'lllnen iiefore th- nulillc All syrtK of stories wtre printed ' i connt-ct im w ith the neiiuaintanco Wnt phynlcliui hd been jcivntly nt- rjirtM by the irlrl nnd hnd rnmarHod 11 v I lit IIIU lint II II IT Itf DLnHili I QUI ... . .. " - un iilivi iiiuii .' n ii. trie eKcltcment was at Us Uht. M.iis Miinson. who had koiio t Ton-nto i. short time before Mrs. I kln.v death, pivo out a statement tAV she w..s not In hldlnjf, that she fho lo C'ntmda on business and Mt her relations with Dr. Wilkin . id ii. ver been nnytlfinjc but the x .hi formal. She offered to tell ev- wrhu.i; she knnw regardlnir the per- MiUi 'vim visited Dr. Wllklns at his :.v.vf Y.irk home, where ho main- t lined nn office for tho prnetlco of .s p-ofnssion, and she talked with istrlct Attorney Weuks and attaches tin Hums Detective Ageney. 'nut the hue and cry connecting me R.t!, the Wllklns case did not down. . nd tho notoriety hR rulnrd my . ireer," she told Tho Kvenlng World repreaontatlv In her East Kuyette i n ' Fiom loving and admiring me, the :,jbilp seined to grow to bnte me. .And I cannot help thinking "V i -.iiHu n.iiivnn wr...u, miters "I was released from my contract THE SPEED BOYS iftssr'iV IWO, hT tl I-twr. riibtm Co. Hi:AVKN will protect the work- ins Klrl. but the walking man must iook out ror mm- "Vrf. These are sure tough days for a gu that stands on hla feet. You will notice that all the casualty llsta are now featuring unfortunate pe- d 'strlan or Intiocent byitnnder. A U m-slx Jockey never goes to the hospital except to Identify the deed cr dying. Thoao bird seem to think fare's a law against wreckles vlng. Tiroes have changed inoe Selden took out that patent! There Is more WU rldlnt; in a Detroit Jitney now ttan there ued to be 40 a Buffalo Blll In tho olden day tfop danger- OMr ray like Josao James and Kobln Hood used to ride on hordes. To- tlay the dangerous guy havo a eteering wheel for reins and an ac- eelerator for a stirrup. A good chauffeur in these piping mcs Is a chap that can get twelve . .. .... k VtnllOS anil inreo puuqsinaus oui ui j-hhbid u uuiy ociiir tusucu n ji m cnRlDH so 11 won t Hlip again. 0r one's l!kw :ind dls'.UeH UBirvery gallon of gna. There is only the pooplo, but don't forget that tho That what tliey o'jk'i tc do with VotMr- ever ' ! inert by en i.w the aneed fanclew olworvo. neoplo are also being ruined to the the driver. f"V'n lf'', rnW dne "''-t ver- ft ' a THE ABOVE PICTURES SHOW THE BEAUTIFUL AUDREY MUNSON AND ONE OF THE FAMOUS STATU E8 FOR WHICH SHE POSED. with the American Film Company and was lolil that I would not be needed for a new picture right nwny and that I was at liberty to take work anywhere 1 desired 1 made tho rounds of tho studios, but no ono would take me. "After I hnd tried New York ami Chlonsjo and Detroit to Bet something to do. I came home. 1 was brnmrhl uu In Syracuse. There I thotiRht I mlKht Kot rid of this terrible bURbear of sus- VnhVc Library m an apVrenUco at W conta nn hour. "I u aluif fn" nlnrta liAhlnf thn .-w I'l-nu winitta v.w nil it ni nr n t niinF u Airs v i artu m uni store In town "I answered advertisement after advertisement In an effort to fin.: employment of some kind, and have twen elthw sent away entirely or told that the advertiser would send for me If needed." So she Is reduced pntctl-eaUy tKi destitution this one time screen Ur of "Insplrntlon." "rurity" and "Olrl O My Dreams." She has been dropped from the world which knew h .c- nn though the grave tul closed over her. It was n mortis! n.il.zatlon of this fact, doubttead, which prompted her to ask for tho publication of her own death notice, And tho gloriously bwutlfiil Ai- drey Munroti Im now a girl whu rhr'.ivka If you hxik at her: who speak in a low hestutlng voloe. a though rh were nut eerluin whethw you woxrid think what she had to say worth hearln: who is thin almost to r,"L'L'tll1?. Io1.1?'" cr-M ami im iii .i i. !vS "mi'iict. .11 the material hardships she haa er.- dured and is enduring. That's the law of gravity when ttiey happen to go hurtling through tho air. Tho sky U now tho speed limit tor ine motor maniac, out ma ground Is whoro tho pedestrian fly. A modern motorist pays 910 a plate for his license number and figure he's entitled to eat up all Uie npaco that's In front ol him. Thoro are o many De Palme. on our thor- oughfarea now It la practically Im- poaatblo for a chicken to cro tho road any more. Of course that aolvo tho ancient problem of why doe a chicken orosa tha road, hut If rather tough on the chioken. you eeo. There 1s no doubt that Fifth Ave- nue traffic the heaviest In the woild, especially when If passing over you. That' why walking In no longer good for your health unleB you don't havo to crosa any street, Many a guy's constitutional ihaa been amended since walking became a danger Instead of a pleasure, T,ii v.i v.. Cursed by Innocent Connection With Wilkins Murder She Lost Friends, Position and Money. fi& FBEEDOMffllOME JQV ?OFHIJi; IRCrlE L.OES CwrkM, MM. bj Tt. r?.u uM1U!j Co. in. N. Tort Etulcj Wnli.) THB other day I wws l:i a home, I it was the homo of A zrmA 1 l.t. And everybody tinnt owne lnto 11 reIt at home- Tho atmoa- phere brthd welcome and warmth, a s n Aliwa Ylflll UI HRVBTHl flGUr.1 I DOllin 1 """' mi every nome nna "umtlhlns; of the h-ollngr of this one. The one way I can expreas It Is to ., ,h, " " mht ', ' ... "a thftt avery 0B'i wn' CM11e 1,14(5 tho r'dm of it. Tho wife of the artist made ono feel ev.rv,hlnc- m it w. tn , "r evwyimnjf in ii jas ones to nfii al an" to ofJjy wltiiout restraint. If her husband wanted to bring in a soup box on whlah to work he dlil m ,f "V" ,.,, " ,!," 11 m" cigar nsnos fell nn tho oarpot r he thoughtlessly laid hl pipe on the pluno, there was no reproach. T)wn wero no cushions that could , , we 110 ou"n8 mat couw "0' be used. There was a flreplaoe with a real flro. All who oamo made UlmiM,iVBM oomfortaWe In their own ", ,,r a'- There waa nothing strained or stiff. Rven the little bird In the oage has . . . ... the same ltlmrty. it new in ana oui " " nu um room, T O'HARA and flivver ambulance In large gratifying quantities. Yea, brethreuJ Just to make life more of a gamble they've got special rule for tho apeod speclalUts. An ambulance la now entitled to Mil two of three peoitta on the way to a guy with the stoirmch aoae. A fire enln, like Woolwortb store, I entitled to open up anywhere so long a the front of It I painted red. W have a hard time, u puhll- cans. A tratilc cop, he' got a tin whlsile. A motortat, he's got a tin llzrlo. nut did you ever hear of a pedeatrlan grtting more than a tin ear? We ask you! This pedestrian situation la certainly a grand chance for Ienry Ford. When Camegle turned philanthropist he started building Ulir&riee. Ford should Mart building hoBpltal now and got 'em coming and going. Awl Just a word, Judge, about theaa guys that are ouckoos for speed. When ft tire slip they put .. . . .. .. .. . 'op " DELHI- is bv -bide: duole y J CswHCi; 1M0. if The I'm riiMWtiifMi Co, ?r! .New VMi Rtirlia WarM.I M' ay oh c y it u van mxn VtAlXKn of DIhl la furious over wlrut he bellwee waa a trick on the jkui of tho AntuWsiker Democmts lo deroat iiiin In his rue for r-ioetlii. le wtia aaked-Tuei day by Kfltnw JCngle. who Is said to favur Jeremiah, ttehultx for Mayor, to come t;i the tthilroad ilotel at noon and addroefl aa excursion party of twenty that would stop over an hour in Delhi for lunnh. Mr. Walker read ily arruoit and at the appointed timo was ushered into the dining room of the hotel. There he found tho vle Itora. "tVentlermen," mid JC&gle, In pre Mntlng the Mayor, "this la the head of our municipal government He will make a fw rmurks to you on tho subject of good oltlumshtp.' There wan no applause, but thin did not disconcert the Mayor, lie retted on his eloquence to win tho plaudits of the visitors. "Sly dear f rloivda," he began. "I un derstand you are from DustvMle ftldga and havo favored our llttlo city with a stop-over visit, principally to get a good meal." The visitors kept right on eating. "I would llko to meet each one )' you ami have a little talk," the May or continued. 'IMay I ask why you are travelling?" There eras Bo reply, "What's the matter with you peo ple?" he demanded. "Are you not glad to bo in beautiful Del hi r There was still no answer. Junt at that point Hector Keoney, campaign manager for Jeremiah Schultt, who was present with many of his fol lowers, paid: "Dfrg your pardon, Mavor, tout you're addressing a groAp of exeur etonlsts from the Bustvllle Hideo Deaf and Dumb School. Try talking on your Angers." at was then that Mhyor Walker lost Mo temper completely. Pointing at Eagle he said: "This Is an Infamoue political trick You are to blame." racing the crowd of Dethlans who stood thorn laughing, he aMked: "Is Constable l'elre Hrown In the room?" "night ho;", slrl" replied tho con stable. "Arrest that man!" A fight followed In which Brown was knocked down four ttmen and sufforcd a mashed trrcat toe. He auocreded In quelling hts man, how ever, by promising to help him buy a ton of cool. The Mayor left vowing vengeance on bis tormentors. The Incident has net the whole town talk ing. There la much indignation. oftentimes resting; on Its foster mother and father. Oocsdonslly It perobed ltMIf upon a po.l picture, a. znuoh aa to ay 'This is for mo to enjoy, too." . . . 1 111 It luru TMBMTi1H UTT inmnT Of nomn oiuy mree moiuns Rgu. lie waa young bird and soon learned to love D1 .If' fJ4KWUM! '10 wttB taught tluu he could fly onj-where ho chow. Ho did not have to be shut up In his case all the time, Tho PlrU of tho place was one of t'ca Rna happlnas, with no rlBtd ruIo9 or rC(fUaUoM t0 ,nar lt alL In contraat to this, not so long ai?o I was In the liome of another couple. h too was nn artist In another Una. What a difference: Kvory chair and aofa appeared to bo plHcod with geometrical precision. Sofa cushions with expensive bows "nd flno embroidery were made to look Rt You fcit instinctively toa they wero net for use The wife was forever scolding the hunband for some trMlnv thine- that Suuirbed th supreme order that reigned in this household It was ruled V a doctrine of DON'T. "Uon't leave vuur hnt on Jhii nUnn - ,,. "v-i "Z' ": scratch the floor. Don't rain the . winnow, the dust will oomo In." Tho wife was always putting ob- struntlons In the way of the hunband o that I wondered whethtr he ever got any comfort out of bis home, or not. After this woman had Breached au many DONTH, th husband looked at me with a martyr-IIke air. aa ,m.uch to say, "There Is no place ,"t . "m o?nK aSiJ.'tWlSS? wnn. oh when, will people learn Jlnt0nj'y com0 uhth"l!Jntth h!"t therein. W 8H" rUUtrn There han been o muoh said on this Shlii ubJuVeof't'hV unwrtoomo lnnuene that permeates them. lom'th'" womsn wculd stop t think how short life la and hJ,w "honld enjoy all the goorf cushion is sqfedrr1 AoiooT is acrwtohwl. or the 'man's hat must Slff'Sr'weeTow 'iTakeT,,ftfl' Suppose the curtains have to be sme"''! hww tobbTrumled un in the process of being oomfort- What .difference i does U make7 It ifa better to haw 't'and put "P wl'n a Uttie inconvonlenoe in order hVdVn"t'J?n like home" and that they wish there othtng' menn"? moro'han to b- erato in feeiingof" tnierattfinfn wen- me.-rvhp- of tho fsmily, ard the PUfH'K w'lo eoflie an welltolemr.eo Slich IS I IMUSTHAVe ) f HOW 1 yT?, DOH'T&ESltiy fY MAlR. DVed. ( RD0USH1 l5WHAR J Ler MATURE TAKe iHER. ERG ISA ) 3Mtf HAIRS r7i COU FlSE . DXGD HAIR. 3AVHAiKl L, (Jm ( Wqh't HAKEYoo Look JsATriR.j (HONOM&Lg Whyare6u 1 1 thimk: i see A WwatP WMATfS ) E I 1 I VOUFL 0 , ,00oiL7) fh HAIR v. -r . iZiA ,y.T 3is j p?" . TEE JABK mMICT CatrrUUt, MM. It Tt rnu rutttulij MAIMIMAW got aomothtng for you," whUipered the little Kin 10 Jur. jarr wneii jo came homo te othr evening. ''Mora rno'ji got you oomethlng." "You shouldn't tell It!" rled the Mt- tJe boy. "Mamma aald we wasn't to tell you!" "WHiy not, Wllllef" asked Mr. Jarr. "If It waa something foe rupa, why wann't he to be toldr "Yp, but you woro to be surprised after upp-," said the llttlo boy. "Momma will be mad nt nuna for telling!" "No, Mamma -won't be Angry at my little girl," sold Mr. Jarr, drawing UU tie JCmma to him. "What were you eaytng about my not being anrrrr asked Mrs. Jarr. oom4ng In. "Am I t-cncrfllly angry?" And Mrs. Jarr was going to take Issue on this, but the littlw boy burst out: "Maw, Emma told about you getting Paw the big bookl" "She didn't way it was a book," said DID YOU GUESS RIGHT? HERE ARE NAMES OF THIS WEEK'8 "STAO.E NOTABLE8." THK end of the "Early Pic tures of lytnge Notables" Content thin week, w4lci attraeted such attention among Htagii and screen ffans, brought a hearty response. Mnny guuised oorreotly tli identity of the persons depleted, though, in some oasMi, tho picture were taken wihen taoy wert tiabies. The list of correct answers and the first gueaner wiio answered correctly Is 'as fellov.': MondayPauline Itedertok and Dorothy Olih Mrs. Her ttiun Ivevi and Al JUyirvond. Tuesday Julian Kltlnre and Hlsie Jonls Mbs Mae Mor gan. Wednekday Jne and Kut'-i-orinn J. e and Marguerite Clark M. viundt. Minnie .Uok. on nr.' laite. Jic.yt. Tl uib.iu Johnnio H ty s.d t'oniitaiu'ii ilinnoy--11, wyman. Life! Ca. VtU T.i Xtcntas wmIA.) Mr. jar. "8he simply eutd Momma had a vurpriHo for me." 'X)h, well, it dooan't tnake any dtf ference," said Mrs. Jarr, "but you are alwnyo eaylrn; you (havo to go out and get the paper and that you havo aothlng to read, o I got you this." And Mm. Jarr produced from the eldeboard drawer a vory large fat volume, "Why, It'e a dleUtraaryt" eald Mr. Jarr. "Yew, I didn't want to tske it. but It wm only a dollar down aad a dollar a we ok" "Pop how many weeksr asked Mr. Jarr. "I forgot to ask." repWwl Mrs. Jarr. "What dlfferenee does that moke 7 W9 won't feel paying for it. But, there, that's all the thanks I get!" "Hut dictionaries ure not exactly the sort of menial fidder to while awuy a tediouu hour with," faltered Mr. Jarr. "I don't nee wily sot," salt! Mr. Jarr. "What' In any book but words? And tlilo lltonary hai xM tho word of the UngiMt laaguage in It" "Oh, well, my door, I'm sure I'm pleased," itald Mr. Jarr, "and I out glad you thought of me." "You don't aot like it!" sniff eJ Mrs. Juii'. "Rut that's th way you ure about everything I get (or you!" "I was only joking," said Mr. Jarr. "Indeed. I'm glad to get it!" "And lt lion Bin hiHidred pictures In itnine hundred!" eald Mrs, Jarr, dabbing her eyes. Hm here, the word 'leopard,' and here ut a ploture of a leopard." "H'm, la It a pel mo r or a dtoUec ary?" said Mr. Jarr a:i he pinked It up and glaneed through it. "Yea, dl tlonaries are all alike. Hare' the word 'derrick' and th picture of a derrljk; and 'dynamo' and th picture of a dynamo almost everything iu the world that w know all abut la not only spelled hare, but there I a picture of lt too!" '"Ptmro, you seel" M,d Mrs. Jarr. "And yot you ttmrt" fun .if It!" "I dUr"." sold Mi-. Jimv. "T1e!f. . .irlo. , ..ke :neii. u.m ft irfuily anl wor.aiirtti! (,,,,!,, . v.vi .y.iiirg 'u them UtA'you lln'ow oU aio'ttt, aad !SSSa, By Maurice Ketten nothing In thetn you want to know about!" "ilaybo the peoptn w4io printed H didn't wont to offend anybody," said Mrs. Jarr. "Anyway, I got this fo oauso tho ohUdron saw tho pkture of an elephant In It and cried for It, but you don't caret" "I want EVERY child knows why Oliver Twist finished hia bowl of Oatmeal with gmto and went to Mr. Rumble, the schoolmaster, for more. For nearly Imlf a century, millions of mothers have willingly given their children all the H-0 they asked for. This table it fr&tn U. S. Health Education Bulletin No. 2. See how Oatmeal lead in nourishment! Osawei S.S00 liyifiovT US0 Whilt fUf v ftw J00 Contmtal. 1,310 jW 2M0 a iMri( iv oeopou (IrdvimJUur . t,tOO Aitotlttr 1.150 farina Tl IE HO COMPANY "I want Hornby's Mjjr???iS "Indeed I do, my dear, aald Kv Jarr, kissing her, "and It would take every winglo one of those two hundred thousand words to tell you how moeli I love you and appreciate the gift P And Mrs. Jarr smiled as it the com pliment was cheap at a dollar a woek for the rest of her natural life. 4 some more l,36u Uoninu l.llia eril. . 1,360 Ritt (uto) .. 1.150 1J60 Cernfiak . . . 1,100 Dept. 13. Buffalo, N. Y. some mora" Stud ieur roMr' nam and im wilt ttnd you r, moufh H-0 Jot a Oatmeal s"" " , umunr reioraa. ' ... r A..