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"I find that in my work the way
I dress has much to do with the suc
cess of the play. Simplicity is the
keynote of beauty in all things. Yet,
on the other hand, simplicity often
represents the highest art.
"The beauty of today is the slim,
swaying, lily figure that looks as if a
strong wind would carry her away.
I dress in sheer, filmy fabrics when
ever I can, and my street clothes are
nearly "all the Greek type. I like to
wear historical and classic cos
tumes." TELEGRAPH BRIEFS
Washington. Appeal of Leo Frank
for review of his case by Supreme
Court denied by Associate Justice La
mar. Duluth, Minn. Body of woman
washed ashore from shipwrecks pn
Lake Superior, identified as Miss
Hose V. Busick, Buffalo, N. Y., stew
ardess on the steamer Curtis.
Detroit, Mich. Three vessels
known to have gone down, equal
number may have been lost in ter
rific gale that has swept Lake Mich'
igan for week. Believed more than
50 people drowned.
Limon, Colo. D. W. Van Sossen,
50, tinner, shot and killed Mrs. Addie
Ferris, wealthy widow. Suicided.
Pittsburgh, One mill of Jones &
Laughlin Steel Co. went on full time
to turn out projectile steel for French
Pittsburgh. That police might not
know he could produce $5 to guar
antee appearance in police court,
Paul Broska, laborer, threw away
bank book-showing he had $6,000 on
deposit when arrested on trifling
Racine, Wis. Anton Lorenz re
turned home two months after wife
identified body found in Lake Michi
gan as that of her husband.
Chattanooga, Tenn. John . Miller,
negro, believed "ambush fiend" with
record during past month of 3 killed
and 10 wounded.
J&tRPfcfc Kanc-10p,09Q bfirres of
T flour for Belgium war sufferers
pledged in Kansas churches yester
day. Binghamton, N. Y. 2 dear, 2 miss
ing in fire which destroyed Potts'
feed stable at Montrose. $25,000 loss.
Birmingham, Ala. Essley rail mill,
controlled by Tennessee Coal, Iron
& Railroad Co., opened on double
Peoria, III. Eugene F. Baldwin,
editor Star, died of uraemic poison
ing, according to coroner's jury. No
blame attached to Att'y Giles Keith
ley, under bond on charge of assault.
Phoenix, Ariz. 15 condemned
murderers awaiting execution re
ceived what amounted to death sen
tence when return from recent elec
tion showed voters decided to retain
Brook Haven, Miss. Thrashed by
school teacher, Kirby Clay, 12 died.
ROBBERS GET BIG HAUL IN
LOOP JEWELRY STORE
A thief, showing an intimate
knowledge of the business of Block
& Meyer's jewelry store, 127 W.
Madison st. .opened up the store yes
terday and made his getaway with
$20,000 worth of jewelry.
The door had been opened by a
pass key and the safe with the com
bination. Only the best part of the
stock had been taken.
The store is protected by an alarm
in a detective agency several blocks
distant When the alarm sounds a
code signal is flashed to the store
on a buzzer. It is answered in code
and when the signal was answered
yesterday the detective agency
thought everything was all right.
Ben Smith, manager of the store,
chased a . stranger whom he saw
leaving the place, three blocks be
fore he escaped by catching a car.
W. S. Maxon received a severe
wound on the right foot by a cow
stepping and turning around on it.
I4ptQR (Iowa) Conservative. v