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The evening world. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, March 23, 1922, Final Edition, Image 18

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IfflteT MADE LOVE
THE EVENING WORLD, THUBSDAY, MA'BOH 23, atTffa,''
10 ALL CLUB GIRLS,
MRS
MELLON SAYS
Ridicules Butler's Story and
Asserts He Sought to Win
1 All Women.
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8AK KHANCISCO. March 23.
August Probst, former butler at the
xcluslve Kolllnff Rock Club nenr
Pittsburgh, who chnrrcd that ho was
a Victim of a deportation connplracy
because a younpr heiress lost her heart
td-'hJm, "always wanted to rruike Iqvo
to,very wnman at the club," accord.
Ins to Mrs. Klchnrd B. Mellon, who
arrived In Ran Kranclsoo yesterday.
Mrs. Mellon, wife of a Pittsburgh
financier and sister-in-law to Secre
tary of tho Treasury Mellon, ridi
culed Probst's assertion that she had
advised lilm to return to Switzerland
en account of tho romance sold to
havo existed between tho butler and
Miss Virginia. C. McKay. Pltuburjfh
heiress, lira. Mellon to-day said
Probst's story was "silly, trivial and
ridiculous."
"t have no recollection of ever
peaking to Probst except an a ser
Tant who occasionally watted on us
at tho club," said Mrs. Mellon. "Of
ourae I knew him as did all members.
"Tho Story Is ridiculous on the face
ef it. I know that my daughter vuh
not mixed up In it and I am certain
that Miss McKay Is absolutely blame
less." Mrs. Mcllon's daughter, Miss Sara
C. Mellon, was sold by Probst to
bare enjoyed the conlldenco of Miss
McKay in regard to the affection tho
butler said existed between the
htlriss and himself.
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Value of Loot Stolen Since Novem
ber Is SSOO.OOO, Detective
Declares.
Miles Boucher of No. 162 Wist 65th
Street, who Is alleged to liave com
mitted at least forty burglaries In
order to flnanco a burlesquo show,
was held in $6,000 ball for burglary
anf $2,000 mora under the Hulllvan
law at his arraignment to-day in tho
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Detective Mullor said the value nf
the Jewels and other property stolen
by Ilouchcr since last November Is
about $500,000. Tho prisoner has
helped clear up forty burglaries and
may lielp In some others, the police
nay.
The specific complaint on which
Uouchor woa held to-day was made
by Dr. P. M, Harker if No. 290 Park
Avcnuo, where Jewels worth (12,000
were reported stolen. In that placo
one small safe In ti mahogany desk
was proof against tho efforts of the
burglar, who attached to its door the
title pago of u ptimphVt beaded
"Amateur."
NO BONES ARE BROKEN
BUT GIRL CANT STAND
Mlranur Affllrllnn of .Irrmry Mii
drill, Ktrurk liy Auto.
Mls Dorothy Deltz, of Krenrmi. a
student at thn Nonnnl tichool, In New
ark, lodnv wss suffering from Injuries
that Imvo puriled alcndlng physicians.
Hh.1 n struck nenr her homo Tues
day night by an nutomobllo driven by
Oio Ilrv. Harry Unycr, of Whllevllle.
and while she was bruised about tho
body, doctors found no broken bones.
Miner the accident, however, she has
bcisii unable to stund and the doctors
ore at a los Mo account for her con
dition. Miss IX'itz'n ramlly has exonerated
Heyer from oil liliunr, as thn point
where the acldenl occurred was not
well lighted.
SOLDIER TUBERCULOSIS
HOSPITALS TO BE CLOSED
ftnnir nf ! Inxf llullon nl larnnnr
l.nlir Dnomeil,
WASHINGTON. March 23. A portion
of llin TulxTeuloBls Veterans' Hospital
ut Saranse l.nko, N. v., will bo closed
down. 'l Korbes of the Veterans' Hu-
ri-au, nnnownri'u iirrc lu-uay,
Hoiih- of tlic fifteen hoapltnls thero
have bcin fiiiind unsultnblo because
Ihfj- ill. not offer sulllrient facilities for
tnedlrnl treatment, Korbes said
GAS KILLS "POP PERRY,"
OLD CONEY CHARACTER
lnr(-t rnr-Ol.l Ilralilrnt of Inland
I 'mi nil llratl.
"Old I'op Perry," for forty-eight
years a resident of Coney Island, real
eslutn denlrr, proprietor of Perry's
(lines Pavilion, nnd said to b ninety
years old, was found dead In bed to-dny
with gns' flowing from an ojcn Jet In
his room at No. 292 West ICth Street,
Coney Inland. Death was pronounced
by tho police to havo been accidental.
"Old Pop's" real name was Solomon
Parlser and ho was a native of Poland
He leaves three sons.
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