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'Bobby' Besler Can't Sing
Old Rhyme Now She's Wed
Daughter of Central R. R. of
N. J. President Marries Har
ii op ni ni
Charles Bertrartd of Inter
Allies Veterans' Association
Confers It.
Took Care of Her Dad
Blinded in War He Was
"One of Contemptibles."
Nlnctcen-year-old Olga Appleby,
daughter nnd solo companion or Cnpt
William Appleby since lio was blinded
jyt Ypres In 1915, lias been honored by
ho French Government "In recognl
tlon of her nilal devotion In the hour
of her father's misfortune."
This became known to-day when
the French liner La 'Lorraine arrived
to-day with Europe's twenty-three
greatest war heroes, Capt. Appolby
among them. "Miss' Olga." as all on
board called her. was decorated with
the medal of le Merlte de I'Unlon
Nationalo des Combatants Sunday af
ternoon In tho ship's salon by Charles
Bartrand, President of tho Interal
lied Veterans' Federation, a mcmbei
of tHo Chamhor nf Deputle? and leader
of the visiting delegation.
"With all tho medals I have re
ceived," Capt. Appleby said on his ar
rival to-day, "I was tho producst mnn
when my daughter wiis called up and
presented with her honor. She is the
niy woman mcmucr or mm orucr, ana
wan so unexpected. Olgn has been
jtny eyes, myself, ever since I lost mj
sight. I was one of the first' 'Con
temptibles' England landed in Belgium
at the outbreak of tho war."
Miss Appelby was as surptlsed as
her father at tho honor. Mr. Bcr
trand had announced that the throe
rblan' members of the delegation
would be honored with medals as
recognition of their country's part In
the war. After the presentation he
suddenly called for Miss Appelby and
decorated her for France.
Capt. Appelby, who was an otHcer
In the Lunashlie Fusiliers, paid, a hleri
compliment to Helen Keller. "She
Inspired us all with, what could be
done if wo tried," he said.
Tho delegation of veterans Is here
to attend the international convention
of veterans' organizations In New
Orleans Saturday, nnd Sunday, pilor
to tho opening of tho American
Legion convention. Thero are six
Frenchmen, ftvo Englishmen, three
Belgians, three Serbs, thiee Czccho
Slokakinns, two ltoumaulanH niu'
one Italian In tho party. All have
been malm-id. Roger d'Avigneau, Secretary-General
of tho federation,
having been wounded fourteen times
After culling at the City Hall tho
.... Mr,.Di,i,,..
on, where d'Avigneau Is to place an
engraved tablet on the tomb of the
Unknown Soldier, and Kenl-Mel, offi
cial French artist of the war, '.s to
present to President Harding nn ...itn.
graphed copy of his painting "Ameri
ca," which now hangs in Indianapolis
Tho twenty-three heroes worn 1 1 u n -lessly
attired in high hats, frock cor.tr
ttand patent leather shoes. Tlisii .
"medals were strung along .teeir
breast's. A Reception Committee Tor
tho city, on the Mayor's yacht Macon,
went down tho buy to meet the
visitors. In contrast to the appear
ance of tho heroes, the committee was
uniformly dressed in rainy day cloth
ing. The "Municipal Band" greeted
Universal, eternal peace, founded qn
a common ground of Justice, will be
the, aim of the federation at Now
Orleans. The delegation that arrived
to-day was taken to tho Battery and
from there to City Hall, where they
were received by- Aldermanlc Presi
dent Hulbert in lchalf of Mayor Hy
lan. The visitors wcro given a royal
welcome during their journey up
' Broadway to City Hall. Flags of'the
Allied nations hung from office
buildings and cheering crowds lined
the curb as tho several automobiles,
flanked by military nnd motorcycle
police, proceeded to their destination.
Mr. Bertrand delivered an address In
French. He said, uddresslng Mr. Hul
ybert: "Wo thank you very much for
what yon have raid. Wo corr)e here
here remembering the dead of Amer-
" eV" ' Cepyt'uKt. IW. '
nmmmvRr 'HHiaiiiiiH
HHs iiaSL -laiaiaial
iMcmbcr of Junior Lcnguc
Will Become Bride of
Noted Aeronaut.
The "engagement of Miss Sarah K.
Lai kin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Adrian II. Lurkln of New York and
SonUiamptlon, to wed Albert Palmor
Loenlng has been nnnounced.
Miss Iarkln, who has been an ac
tive worker in tho Junior League,
went abroad last car with the Amer
ican Committee for Devastated
France, and did a great deal of sys
tematic work In New York hospitals.
Mr. Loenlng wus a Sergeant Major
with tho "th Regiment on tho.Mexl-
can border when tho United States
pnteied tho World War, when lie was
transferred to tho air service, serving
as Marjor In the A. 12. F. After, tha
wur he and his brother, Rudolph It.
Loenlng; t mined the aeronautical col-
poiiitiun bearing their nume.
ica. We salute you as the representa
tive of tho Mayor of New York. We
uilutc jour city and State. We salum
your city" which has given mahy thou-
andh of brave men In the, struggle for
leinooracy and Justice. We hope our
lellberutlons In Now Orleurjs will be
tuth tliut In tho name of Justice there
ihall be peace. 1 express the hope that
II the delcgatas of the convention will
Jcllberute seriously In the iiumo of
Justice mi as to ee If .they cannot
bring about eternal peace,"
President Hulbert made a brief re
MAKES $10 FINE $1,000
Mimlf Hon! Vt Throe Want lt
Know If llr ir Wife I Ui.
Michael Music of No. Si Tichenor
Street, Newark, ha such a reputation
for physical prowess that when Mrs.
Masic summoned tho police on com
plaint tluit her husband was Intoxi
cated and breaking up things three
policemen wcro .sent.
Masle gave the three of them a
iierry lime for about twenty minutes
'jnd almost Micceedcd In throwing one
of the policemen out the kitchen win
dow. Ho was flnully subdued and
two of thecops sat on him while the
third called the patrol wagon.
In court before Judgo Murray to
day Masic was about to be released
with H $10 line on a disorderly con
duct charge made by his wlfo, when
Judge Murray noticed that all three
of the policemen were mussed up.
After hearing of tho fight put up by
Maslo the Judge Imposed a line ot
$1,000 on a charge of assault and bat
tery. Before being taken td a ell .Mastc
said to the Judge: "i don't mind tho
line. Your Honor, but won't you help
me show my wife who Is tho boss in
our house?" Judgo Murray would not
Members of the Dcmocrutlc County
Committees of New York anil Bronx
Counties will meet at TRmmany'HnIl nt
J o'clock to-day to nominate a candi
date for the City Couit bench to suc
cee'd to the vacancy created by the
death "f Chief Justice Udward V.
old Brooks Gardner.
If no one over trm'rriep mc
Andt don't see why thoy.should,
For nlirso says I'm not pretty,
And I'm seldom Very goou,
Helen Besler, daughter of tlie Prcsl
dent of tho Central Railroad of New
Jersey, until last night had been
chanting this little nyrsery rhynip for
the greater part of her young life.
Aside from the fact that she was
and is exceedingly attractive, and do
llghtfully good, the doggerel fitted her
case precisely until last night.
Now there is no personal applica
tion in the quatrain, for last night
some oiyo did marry her.
It wns Harold Brooks Gardner, son
of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gardner of
Mcadowdalc, N. Y and Now York
City. The mnrrlHgo was celebrated In
the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. William
G,. Besler, the bride's parents, at
Pialnfleld, part of the thirty-fourth
wedding anniversary of the cider BesT
lera. The Rev. H. St. G. Burrlll,, rec
tor of the Holy Cross Episcopal
Church, North Pialnfleld, officiated.
During tho war Miss Besler was
active In Y. M. C. A. work and sang
the nursery rhyme already quoted at
one of the canteens. There were
more than 2,000,000 IJ". S. soldiers in
France, but the next day Mibs Besler
got 4,000,001 proposals of.marrlugp
tho, other 2,000,000 coming from the
Fronch and 'British who had heard
reports of the doleful plaint, and the
odd one coming .ncross No-Man a
Land from tho first German to whom
the news had percolated. Miss Besler
was ono of the most popular workers
In France, and from one end jof the
line to the other was affectionately
referred to as "Bobby."
Mr. Gardner vm graduated from
Union College in 1916 and during tho
war enlisted In tho United States En
gineering Corps of the 36th Division
from Kansas City, where ho lived.
He is now with the Westlnghouso Air
Brake Company.
Attending tho brido last night wete
Elinor Everltt, New York, maid of
honor, and Elizabeth Nathan und
Claire Konworthy. Pialnfleld, brldCH
muld's. George 1). BcBlcr, brother of
the bride, wad best man, and William
J. Besler, anothor brother, was usher.
1,000 OF "FUST"
Patrolman Granzer Gets
Gold Medal for Rescue of
Three at Fire.
Police Day In Safety Week way
observed Jby a parade of 1,000 of tho
Finest to-day from 42d Streot up
Fifth Avenue to 72d Street. Under
command of Military Capt. Schofleld
and preceded by the Police Band, 100
strong, the Rifle Battalion of the
force led the parade, which started
at noon.
The avenue was well policed und as
tho parodo passed tho extra men
keeping order swung Into the forma
tion und continued with the proces
sion. At 60th Street on the review
ing stand wore the members of the
Committee of the Safety Institute of
America, the Police Commissioner
and others.
At the Seventy-second strrof .n.
tranco to the Park the parade turned
on into me sncep meadow, upon which
nas uecn erected tho Chi dren'w M-
morlal, dedicated on Monday last.
Patrolman Albert Granzer nf ttm
Glendale, Queens, police station, there
received the gold medal of the Safety
Institute for the most heroic bit of
life ml vim; last vear. In lln
of the Institute's Committee on
Granzer saved three lives n a rim
In Glendale. His nartieular heroin
deed was the saving of a six-year-old
child whore his own life was endan
Following the 'nresentntlim. lln
Rifle Battalion gave an exhibition
Children Told of Dan
gers From Stealing
The folloictno Baetu lesson
taught o-flay in all schools
ot the city in connection uih
the Sajctv Week Campaign:
Jumping on n moving trol
ley car, automobile or wagon
Is dangerous.
Jumping off Is also apt to
cause you Injury or death.
Stealing rides is dangerous
It Is extremely dangeious to
catch on to an automobile or
street car when you are roller
skating or riding a bicycle be
causo the speed of the car Is so
great that you may lose con
trol of yourt-elf nnd be thrown
to the pavement or under tha
Accused of Slayjng Husband,
bhe Expresses Confidence
of Acquittal. . ,
TOMS RIVER, N. X, Oct. 11. Mrs.
Ivy Glberson of Lnkchurat, N. J.,
went on trial to-day on a charge of
murdering her husband, William V.
Glberson, In their home on Aug. 14. Jt
is commonly believed hero that the
State's case Is weak and that an ac
quittal Is'Ilkely to be the result of tin
trial unless the prosecution submits
evidence which Is not now n matter of
general knowledge.
Mrs. Glberson was accused of the
murder, of her husband after she told
the police he was shot and killed by
rohbers who had entered tho houcc
while she was In the kitchen, having
been 111 nnd left her bed lo get herself
a remedy. The police alleged that her
stories were conflicting. No motive
has been established.
Mrs. Gibeison, who has been imnrl.;.
oned Irt the little County Jail here, got
up at 7 o'clock this morning: She said
to Deputy Sheriff A. 8. Farr: "-1 slept
like 'a log. I have nothing to worry
about. I know I am Innocent and I am
confident thut the Jury will so decide."
Prosecutor Wilfred H. Jayno of
Lakewood is In charge of the State'?
case. He Is aided by ii special ,s
sistant, former Judge M. L. Berry,
of Toms River. Former Judgo Will
lam Jeffrey and James M. Davis, both
of Mount Holly, are attorneys for
tho defense. County Detective Ellis
H. Purker of Burlington Is expected
to be the principal witness for the
prosecution.. He was called Into the
case when the Ocean County authori
ties found it difficult to make prog
ress. Before 7 o'clock this morning por-
sons from Toms River and all the
surrounding" country, particularly
Lakchurst, began to arrive in the
hope of bsing admitted to the coUrt
room. They camo in their best
clothes, by train, automobile and
When Mrs. Glberson was taken
from tho Jail the court room was
flUcd with spectators, and several
hundred who were unable to enter
stood between the Courthouse and the
Jail to see the prisoner brought to
the trial room. , Mrs. Glberson
seemed comparatively cheerful when
she came out of the Jail In custody of
Under Sheriff A. W. Brown Jr.
vKWAiuc im.a Mo(iiti:i. dim;
A Mongrel Dog Show for the purpose
ot Instilling MndmVu for dumb ariinuU
will be held In tho (Jrlll Room of the
fet. Francis Motel In Nnwark, N J., on
Snturdny, Oct. 21. It was announced to
day. Dr. E. D. nuchmniin. local vet
erinarian. In charge of thn show, said
he expects about 100 entries.
Mayor Charges Teachers
With "Padding" Glasses So
They Can Mold Their Jobs.
Mayor Hylan charged to-day thut
night school teachers "pad" tholr
classes during visits of cxamlnors and
Inspectors from the Board of Educa
tion by enticing young people of thn
Immediate neighborhood with offers
of ice cream and cake.
Another method, he said. Is a llcht
nlng-llko system of shifting pupil
irom one class to another In antici
pation of Inspections. While tho In
spector is making his way from one
floor to another, for Instance, pupils
ho has already gazed tlpon In sup
posedly 'well filled class rooms aro
quickly shifted in tiro drfll-llko fash
Ion to the next floor visited.
"Can I borrow twenty or more
pupils, please?" ono teacher asks an
other, according to the Mayor. "Th"
Inspector Is on his -way and I want m
make a good showing,"
"A teuchor borrows pupils as non
chalantly as a woman leans across
a dumbwaiter shaft and borrows a
flat Iron or a enko pan from another,"
said tho Mayor. "It Is ono of those
put nnd tako schemes In which the
taxpayer Is tho. loser."
Tho Mayor's chaigcs, It was ex
plained, grow out of reports that
teachers who mill their classes
would bo wiped out because of small
attendance resorted to this subterfuge
to keep their Jobs.
Krances Perkins, speaking tor the
Council for Immlgrat'n lCducatloti,
was appealing to the Board of Kotl
mato for a small Increase In tho al
lowance of teachers ot foreign born
students when tho Mayor made his
attack. Miss Perkins laid particular
stress upon the Importance ot tench
Ing both English and civics to tho
"I supposo you know," said the
Mayor to Mlsn Perkins, "that man
datory legislation at Albany has In
creased the Department of Education
budget $6,000,000 over last year."
jviiss I'erKins said some ravored go
ing to Albany for legislation, but that
a majority of the council llleved the
Board ot 'Kstlmate should be uppealcd
to. Tho sum of $ J 68,000 was asked
to Increase the salaries of teachers In
night schools from $3.90 to $5 u
"Some of these teachers many or
them. In fact also teach In the day
time, don't they?" asked tho Mayor
"And I understand they aro trying to
count this night work, with tho day
work in arriving at their length of
HcrYlco for pension allowances. They
certainly work In devious ways and
by devious routes."
Tho Mayor. then said bo had proof
of the Ice cicam partlfti, lures and of
the shifting of 'pupils in anticipation
of tho visit of Inspectors and of the
formation of a sort of a .protective
league to keep up the attendance
average of classes.
Miss Perkins made no comment on
the Mayor's reflections on certain
night school teachers, but said some
thing about some of the foreigners
not being able to read newspupers
printed In English.
"It's a good thing they can't read
sorne of the newspapers," said the
The .Mayor said many of the night
school teachers seeking Increases
from $390 to 3 a ulght arc probably
receiving from $5 to $9 a day for
their day services.
Man Taken to Hospital but
Kin Denies Assault.
Stabbed eight times last night at No.
532 West HCtb Street, according to po
lice. Joseph Moore, twenty-four, a
chauffeur, of No. 2SC2 Ltghth Avenue,
was taken to Harlem Hospital In u seri
ous condition,
Detectives John Mi-Coy and Michael
Qulnn of the West 152d Street stetlon,
arrested George deary, forty-live, at the
West 143th Street address on a charge
of felonious assault. He U said to be
Moore's father-in-law. Ocary denied he
atabbud Mooie, but xlluged, police say,
that he had bPcii "kicked about" tho
apartment by Moore.
I'uniln for lniri -iim-iiI W 111
Ainwep Cull u ImlU lilunU.
The Katonah,. N. Y., Volunteer Kite
Department. ISO In Lumber, resigned
us active members early this'mornlng
because the voters on Saturday defeated
a proposal for tho appropriations of
$23,000 for a new flrehousu and J5.000
for running expenses of the department.
Chief Herbert Marrltt n one of tliobe
who resigned.
Tho wholesale reslgnutlon was In th
form of a resolution pai.sed ununlmouxl.L'
at n meeting of the firemen which ended
at 2 o'clock this morning.
Hdward P. Barrett. Chairman o the
Hoard of Klre ('omiiilssloners, who did
not resign, said. "The men agreed that,
when a Are call Is turned In, th; will
respond as Individuals, not ;i volunteer
firemen, so the illage Is protected "
After seven previous arrests, on all of
which he lias escaped conviction, ac
cording to the police, Iouh Cianci of
.o. 287 Bedford Avenue, Biooklyn.
pleaded guilty to-dny before County
Judito McLaughlin, In Brooklyn, on a
charge of attempted grand !ar('eii in
the second degree, ijlanrl stole tfdO
worth of Jewelry and $7,500 wor'h of
clothlnz on Sept. 10 from ISenj n n
Santera o. at No. "1 Marrj Avenue,
firooklyn. He rernnded until
Monday for sentence.
Vida fl B B ATP I CE STA?R
HUT nipww AiftLIH. I
Ceremony Will lie at the
Central Presbyterian
Miss Beatrice 8tarr, daughter of
Mr. uud Mrs. I.oul.i Morris Starr of
No. 128 Kast 70th Street, will bo mar
ried November 17 to William Oe
'ord Beal, son of Mr.1 and Mrs.
Thomas Prince Heal of Boston. Th-J
jcicinony will bu in tho Central Prc.i
oyterian Church. Madison Avonue
und S7th Street.
First Thing to Congratulate
McGraw Then to Register
to Vote for Smith.
John McConnuck returned fiom u
long stay In Ireland, Scotlnnd, Eng
land and Franco to-dny, declaring his
volco to be letter than It was before
the' Illness that sent him ubioud lor u
rest und recuperation,
Tho tenor was one of 1,417 pussen
gcrs aboard the Willi o Star liner
Olympic from Southampton und
Cherbourg. During tho voyage he
took nu't In a concert which netted
$1,000 for the Seamen's Charities.
Persons who attended the concert
agreed that the singer's powers had
been unimpaired by tho throat trouble
that so alarmed his admirers.
To prove his line physical condition,
John told of one day's hunting in
Scotland when ho walked thirty miles
und shot two stagn.
"I'm glad to be buck home." ho told
newspaper men.
"The fln,t thing I'm going to do to
ilai Is to send congratulations to John
MeOraw for winning tho World'.?
Scries, Then Pm going to tho regis
tration booth nearest to my homo at
No. 275 Park Avenue and register, so
I can cast my first voto In November.
"For whom will I vote? Al Smith,
of course. I inny not bo a good Demo
crat, but I'm all for Al."
The tenor had not expected to re
sume concerts until mld-wlnter, but,
becnusu of Ills great improvement, will
make his first appearance Sunday
night at the Hippodrome. He plan
lo return to Ireland for Christmas.
yhen ho will have n reunion with his
children who uro at (.chool m nnB-
land, To show his appieclatl.m. for
prayers for the return of his voice h
will give a Thanksgiving concert foi
Archbishops Hayes and Curloy before
he leaves,
John Charles Thomas. American
baritone, took part with McCormavk
In tho concert aboard the Olympic
lie ha been studying abroad and
made a. pcces.iful tour In Engluivl
and France. Ills Ameiican season
begins Sunday night at Aeolian Hall.
Marie Doro. uctiecs, bad. from :i
health cuio In Germany, and Prof
I. Klboycn of the Jtnwsh College In
Berlin, Df. Kellx Pcrlos of JJoenlgs
berg, Germany, authorities on Jewish
literature and hletor), who will
make a lecture tour here, were abouid
tlio Olympic. A. H. Woods, theatri
cal producer, und l.urs Anderson, for
mer American Minister to Belgium,
also returned.
The Olympic arrived a day lat.
She. was delayed by thick togs off the
Nantucket Banks.
llnrry .Niitihn Hrfune. lo Mnkp
.SlHlrmr nt on .Imnalen Mnjlnn.
Harry Sutphln, the Queens County
editor, who shot and.klllni his friend
William Blorman, Monday morning 'n
front of Sutphln's home at No. 77
Alsop Street, Jamaica, was held with
out ball on a charge of homicide to
await the action of the Grand Jury by
Mnglstrato Miller In the Jamaica Po
lice Court to-day.
Sutphln, who waived examination,
said through hit attorney. Will. run
Kennedy, tint he had no ntp.lemeiit to
make at pient nnd wns returned to
the Long Inland City Jail.
Police Believe Motive Was
to Postpone Wedding to
Greenwich Village Girl.
Pollco of the Charles Street Station,
detailed to Investigate the hold-up in
Greenwich Village In which Seymour
Ely yesterday clulmed to have lost
$1,800, lo-day were working an tho
theory that Ely staged the robbery
himself so as to postpone his marriage
to u Village girl.
This theory was developed last
night when communications wero re
ceived from Vonkers nnd Mlddlctown,
Conn.. Inquiring If the Seymour Ely
found bound In the Villa was the
youth of that name who. eighteen
months ago, was found bound In his
dormitory room at Wesleynn Univer
sity. Mlddletown. bndly beaten. He
had been accused of financial Irregu
larities and the beallng had been self
i.dmlnlstcred, It was said, with a canoe
Seymour Ely Is tho son of Mr. and
Mrs. K. 11. Ely of Nd. 86 Colgate Ave
nuo, Yonkcrs, After rooolpt of tho
Yonkers and Mlddletown Inquiries, de
tectives asked the father to come to
the Charles Street Station last night.
He admitted, they say, that his son
had been In a mix-up at Wesleynn
University. His son, he said, had been
n source of great worry to his mother
and had a "great fondness for the
Investigations In Greenwich Village
aro alleged to have disclosed that
young Ely had become engaged to a
Village girl whom he was to have
marrlod next Sunday. Pollco Bay
this girl had beon told by him that
his father was n man of wealth. He
claimed, too, to hove $1,600, which he
had borrowed from u. man named
Plekhardt or Berlin, Conn., with
which he was to buy furniture for an
With this Information, and a state
ment from a man living at No. 156
Wavorly Place, In front of which the
supposed hold-up and robbery took
Rainbow, Story of Gold, Kiddies
Vanish, Found, Girl Has Secret
Bessie Marder, Six, Won't
Younger Brother Left Jersey Home.
Bessie Murder, six, and her llttlo brother. Jlmmlo, who still rides free
becuuue of bis itge, uro back home in the Marder borne, No. 24 Centre
Street, New Durham, N. J, but the trip of the Mardcrs to visit relatives in
I'oughkeepsle has been postponed for uevornl days. Incidentally tho great
secret In still In the Ueeplrg of TJesslo.
It was a long tlmo ago that Mrs.
Marder look Bessie on her lap nnd
showed her u rHlnbow. Then sho
whlspcrcd she bad u mcret to tell her,
that thcie was a , pot ut gold hung
to the end of the rainbow and wjio-.
ever got there got tha gold.
Tho Marders were preparing for thi.
visit to PoughkeepEie. Heady to go,
Woman Charging Healing
Asks $10,000 Damages.
Denial by Edward I.lvermore Grout,
No. 11S West lZSth Streot, that ho
was served with summons and com
plaint in a suit by a former servant,
Elizabeth Winters, led to-day to' the
appointment of former Justice John
W. Ooff us referee.
The plaintiff demands $10,000, alleg
ing that on Aug. 18 Mr. Giout bent
her, chased her around the yard, and
refused to allow her tu' re-enter tlu
house. .
Martin Marron, professional process
server, said ho effected personal ser
vice upon a man who was culled to
the door, and who slammed it after
suying he was Grout. Grout denies lie
saw the paper.
Lends to tea-time
the enchantment
of Ceylon.
Mrs. John II. Booth of Plattsburg
Is slated tu be elected to-morrow as
head of tho Federated Women's Clubs
In session hero.
To-day wilt be given to trips. Mrs.
Frank A. Vanderllp will entertain a.
largo motor delegation at her home In?
Scarborough. Ono hundred delegates
will Inspect Welfiue Islund. The mu-,
seums, parks und playgrounds will be;
place, that ho heard no disturbance, .
tho father promised to neo his son to
day and report later If Ely changed
his story.
After the Wesleynn University ln-'J
cident, Ely was sent to Bloomingdale
Sanitarium. He wus discharged sev
eral mouths ugo, nnd for somo time
bus been u Greenwich Village habitue.
He Is said to have been employed by
u Village poet. Ho has been living at
the Hotel McAlpln. The poet lives
there, too.
Tell Why She and Her
both children wore missing. Mrs.
Marder looked up In tho sky and
there wus a talnbow. She connected
the disappearance of the children,
with It and the story. The police
were informed. The pair were found
a bit bedraggled In Bergentleld a few
hours later. The pollco tried to get
Bessie to tell them what she went
away for but she refused nnd lisped
It was a secret and she wouldn't tell.
It's toasted. This
one extra process
gives a delightful
quality that can
not be duplicated
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