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i F Fair Tonight ro ght and andMonday a I Sunday Evento EventoEDITION Evening EveningNUMBER
Monday EDITION EDITIONStHSDAY
NUMBER 667 1V ASBINGTCN StHSDAY S EVENING EV NING APEOLL APRiL 10 10 1910 PRICE ONE CENT
SHAM OF SOCIETYMAKESGIRL SOCIETY SOCIETYMAKES
MAKES MAKESGIRL GIRL GYPSY GYPSYBaltimore GYPSYDebutante
Baltimore BaltimoreWllY Debutante Tells TellsWhy TellsWhy
Why She Accepted Lawsof Laws Lawsof Lawsof
of Romany RomanyASSERTS RomanyASSERTS RomanyASSERTS
ASSERTS HAPPINESS HAPPINESSPERVADES HAPPINESSPERVADES HAPPINESSPERVADES
PERVADES HER LIFE LIFEWith LIFEWith LIFEWith
With Original Philosophy P ilosophy Jessie JessieHabecahafliAIichete JeSsieHabersb JessieHaberslaaatMichele
HabecahafliAIichete Habersb IAiichee Defines DefinesReal DefinesHReal DefinesReal
Real Living LivingBy
By THEODORE H H TILLER TILLERSVeJc TILLERthe
P SVeJc > reM the bird hi the air air
Tree Pre Is the aII as m 1t the riverFr river river2reer riverFree
Fr Free Js the deer III Ute 1Iereet iereetthe
2reer the G GlNiY GY3 > psy wherever ec he wanders wandersTocaza WJICIersTuclaza waoadersTuchaa
Tocaza Tuchaa TuchaaThe YudIBaThe TuchaaThe
The The untamed horse leaves not ot tins tinsprairte theprakie
prairie for a glittering terblg harness k rnaes
The eagle leaves 18 not the t e eras era of the themountain thezsoamiaia
mountain 111 for the gold ban of a cage cageFor
The deaghLec gJat c R Rana leaves act t Ute Utew thew
w lid leafy forest
For Forsiblirte afrsUac garments gertsetta ts and a mdctaee of ofsharing KYreii
sharing ducats ducatsVront I
Vront an old gypsy amg amgHI son sonHE g
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HE sf9 gypsy r soageter aoa fcaeu fcaeuwkersof knew knewwheleof
T kBev1
wkersof fee spoke The Theawgiuar T11etllutgkar she4a
4a awgiuar > rgkat of Roma adopted adoptedor aeioedor I Ior
or native bets ltor care li0tlra aothias JHlt iBb for lorthe forthe forthe
the feafeOasMBts A aRMRts of wealth HOT the theprestige theprestige
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prestige presti oC position Jn society 80C ety once oacethe o cethe oncethe
the waaJerlust the call of the thewild thewild thewild
wild the love of tAe la Jaad d of Bohemia Bo Bohemia EoheDri
hemia has possessed her ter SOt soelWitbi SOtWltJ noelWithin
Within a the week there has ce coaur coaurthe OOHWtile e ethe
the 1ic Sctfealike story heariag oat cmtthe OtItthe oatthe
the to truth tk of it all allSix allSix allSix
Six years ago there disappeare4 disappeare4frow tUsappeatMi e3isa peared pearedfrom i
from her home ia Baltimore Jes Jessie d Jessie 86 86sle ¬
sie Key Habersaam one of the theseasons Uteseasoas theseasons
seasons debutantes and a girl te twholll towhoa tewho
who wholll wealth and society offeree its itsfull Jtfull itsfull
full quota of femiaJoe happinoec happinoecQUEEN JtppiIteMQUEEN ltappiaoeQUEEN
QUEEN OF GYPSY BAND BANDToday BANDTotiay BANDToday
Today she e is caaaped as the thequeen theqUeeJI thequeen
queen of a rovi r roviag g bad of gypsiesfifteen gypsies gypsiesfifteen b7P e6 e6fifteen
fifteen miles from the heart of t t ecity thecity e ecity
city o of St Loris H Her r teata hah hahitatkm 11 11itaUon habltaUoa
itatkm tfeera hi hot a temporary temporaryrestiag tryrestl teeaporaryreship
reship restl place for tomorrow ew the thegvpsy 1iMJM thegypsy
gypsy tpiteea aaoea SH tad her hMofcaad hMofcaadKi h1iwiaatlHttle iUMI iUMIKfat
Ki Kfat s Ooecse MiOrtc rt a ajN tibefr tibefrlittle
little 1 feu bull at the JMthfai tktai ai > awy foil foMrbeir hITheir foiltheir
Their teats aft jflevtry neat17t seek tlgala tlgalathe a ate atetin
tin t wagon trail trailIt trsOIt trailIt
It is the way of the SOBS souda awl awlda loaddaugl
daugl da fcjer eri of Room II ha M betas lMRatbeir betastheir hfteatheir
their WoW through tJII08 the csatur oeatvrtee oeatvrteewhich CftblnWlticIl e ewktck
which have carried them to be heknows beknown beknown
known a = wanderers hoeaeieee s sad aadwaatla aMwat1 sadwaatlag
waatlag waatla m BO > ho hose er oetrscfated a aM aMcooteat aadcontent d dcontext
context to be ostracized ostracizedIDENTITY 08tradHiIDENTITY ostradsdIDENTITY
IDENTITY DISCOVERED DISCOVEREDOT DISCOVEREDNOT
TOT OT until a wee week ago a save aa to tof her herfather
NOT
iM father and a few of ofimat his Ia Iaotimate klimatms
otimate < imat s was was the Identity of cJMie f Q Qeeet QeeetJessie een eenJessie
Jessie known knownwho TIMtrtIIeM TIMtrtIIeMwho The g 1kesd frieda friedawho
who at Hart had ahuddared at atthe att
the t M thooght of her piooihlc fat fathad t thad fate fatehad
had afanoot forgotten 1er te story storyof staryn
of n + f the stammer 3na ner h In > which 5 she e had haddro Nuld haddropped
dro d dropped 94 oat ut t of their eyes The worid woridonly donly wtidonly
only know that the daughter of 1 A W WHahonssMK WHa1 WHabeeieatr
HahonssMK Ha1 > a wealthy Batta 1JIIL8 or bt Brok 1IIrokfr Broker + ok oker ¬
er had iwtlt ihmppanriii II esrad Ir and that all search sesrehfor searchTwo UeiIfor
for her bad betII betel m Y1I Y1ITo vale valeTWO
Two years passed before 1 the father fatherleraoa ftlMrJeanMI fatbeclearnsd
leraoa of f his only Iy fettghters t where whereaboutft Wltfrea1ileUtL whereabeurt
aboutft Then ThentraH fnIM fr aht wmewbese wtttwe 8ft the titetraH thetrail
traH Me he sent her Ar arst rat note JIGteT homes homerat
T rat tINt wit eC Rleg g George the theypsr Ute1YP theti
ti gypsy Meftnis dIieftIda and am fcanny k read readIn rea41n readin
In suhetanee s b tanee r I find none of the shame ahnnicof
of society Mdet > ta the life of the tirecam synay synaycams gyprycam
cam camA1I4l camAnd camsAnd
And so sb she lIve today and so aba abasays aiMqIys sb sbRays
says she Intend to live so long as aspre her herpresent herpresent
present eat happhiesr ha continues Sh SIte ha haevolved JaM JaMt hatevehed
evolved t < her own phwooophy of life TIM TIMbest 7bebat TJ e ebest
best late world caa offer e she says 75 75COIIte le lecontest r rcontent
content t and peace of aete tnd d As an ARextie ARextieand exile exileand exileand
and a wan wanderer < orMr she has fovnd tu > and that thatstrlcttens t1latwldek thatwhich
which sIN sought iR aiR under the re restrietIDIIs re reetricdses
strlcttens imposed i hy It conventtonaftdee conventtonaftdeeShe
She would not exchange the wnconven hcoeveeComtteeed wnconvenConthmed ceenOMdIII1I
OMdIII1I Conthmed e on Sixth Page PageWEATHER JateVEATHER PatsWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThe J JThe
The depression depr of the test week wee jeek atttt stiltpersists attttperstoto i ipersIIIte
perstoto over ov N New w England E and as a aconsequence acunageece 1
consequence C rains have continued ttaued ta that thatdistrict utdinriet thatdistrict
district eiaoyrheie dRet bere over the KaaHra KaaHrahalf a ahalf 1
half of tIM cuMKry the woathur was waafair w wT wasrair
fair fairTemperatures Temperatures T q continue high for the theseason tileaM theaoe
season aoe abed there wfll net be beFORECAST Apatriti Apatriticlaaaes IZJNIt IZJNItd
d claaaes k theM for tw twFOJiUiC4LSI twentyfar bnrs bnrsFoRSCAS
FORECAST TOR FcJ TMK DlSTJUC DlSTJUCt WSTIUCT T TFakir
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HARPERS F F1IR1L PRICY KtKT W Vs Y April M 11Both MBoth ItBotIt
Both rivers dear tate tIIIIIS tIIIIISPa1ingG marafatg marafatgPa3ingcBie9 oaia oaiaPaliaigcDxeeedAny
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ICAPITAL CAPITAL PASTOR PASTORRE8UKES PASTORREBUKESTIPPLE
REBUKES REBUKESTIPPLE REBUKESTIPPLERev TIPPLE TIPPLERev
Rev Dr McKenney IndorsesCourse Indorses IndorsesCourse IndorsesCourse
Course of Roosevelt in inCanceling inCanceling inCanceling
Canceling Reception ReceptionA
A verbal castlgatfe ca8tt was wed wedto adart Jlml Jlmlte imad imadto
to the Rev B B M Tipple Tippletet podaV v tae taeMethodist theMethodist
Methodist tet America dwrch CbtKcat xf it ity Re ROTO ROTOtoday ti titoday
today y by the Rev Dr DrWJ TV WJ J McSvewaey M of ofWcstey cVcsIey ofWesley
Wesley M E Cbapei Fttta sad aadstreets sadstreets F Fatreets
streets northwest northwestBr t tDr
Dr MrKenaeys M Keeneys remarks ro iarcs cmm cai afar afarthe warthe scarthe
the close of a sermon OB the text And JIII7e Andye Andye
ye are witnesses of buses eIa the things thingsthe s sIa
Ia calliaJ attention t to tile words of artthe oftbe
the Rev Mr Tipple Tippie watt wb e attack on onth Oftthe Osthe
th the Catholic Churek resulted re shed in n CMoMl CMoMloseveits Ielts CbioedReeseveIta
ReeseveIta oseveits elts eatttns off the rece receatton don to tothe tethe tothe
the American colony in Rome Dr MeKemmey Me McKerotey MeKEIUtey
Kerotey said saidg 38klheft 3eidWhen
When heft I wag a lad III try 7 Date vii vi vihuge
huge g I remembered releese ered an adage re that raa raathus raath reathee
thus th He that thinks twice before M be hespeaks bespe bespeaks
speaks spe ks once win always speak twice uricewell as asweM towell
well wellNow
Now if our good brother Dr Tipple
In Rome had remembered remem ered that oM oMhimself oldadage
adage he would ROt have lIpu1Ited
himself the Methodist Church and aa the the3etbodi
Methodist mission work and former formeri t
i President President dent Roosevelt would have met tM thea th
American a colony and they would have ve
had the benefit of hit > presenceBut presence presenceBut
But Colonel CoI neI Roosevelt fearing C to tostir
stir tr up strife and increase the HlfeelmK DIfeellnac
a ac hi th the t case ca C8e > e of former Vice V President
F Fa Fairbanks rbanks called off his engagement L
Dr D XoKenneyg tc < KeJtft Ys words created < aume aumeahat wne wnewhat
what hat of a stir Some of the congrega ¬
tion it I Ia said did not agree gr with him himtton him himWhile
While others freely ex expressed approba
tton of the u stand taken by tha t tCOTTAGERS th pastor pastorAGERS pastorCOTTAGERS
COTTAGERS AGERS flOCK ROCKTO flOCKTO FLOCKJO
JO TO ATLANTIC CITY CITfShoreward GITYShoreward CITYShoreward
Shoreward Travel Heavy Heavyand Heavyand Heavyand
and Hotels Are Filled FilledWith FilledWith FilledWith
With Visitors VisitorsATLANTIC VisitorsATLANTIC isitors isitorsATLATIC
ATLANTIC CITY N1 X A Aped rU la lain More ILSondroee
Sondroee ore ranks Were tile Ie fet > rre on onthe
1 the boardwalk this rsrabtg when visit YWtthocaJI visithg
hg thocaJI spent the pruasad r boor houris boorla
in renewing old resort frtandships tr of1 of1former oC oCenIIer offoreaet
former enIIer years The arrival of hondreds hondredshomos bllll4reoC
oC f esters who Orored their UIItrboaI8s summer summerhomes
homos hi Chelsea and Veamor veenrtile darms darmsFears dmlgthe
tile 1nIIk herutH down II tIrIa partiespd parties partiestbll
pd there was a k1 3 e eTe g gFOra
Fears n oY Anrll shoran reeled to tofee tee t tell
ell Jare viet are GIlt GIltwfth nettsith
wfth seta 1HIIIIItea ben ets nd biDets pre JIeed prepsrred
psrred ed for stYle aM beauty eoeijleats eoeijleatsflee UII UIIIn
flee fee fa the taaperatare t etFe after three threes
s ol erII frosty ty welrdMr Jed ttto the theseeral thegeneral
general I aoaadenment a I naent of wasps WCapIIp WCapIIpfIoweNcl andflowered and andftowered
flowered headgear took the ahvee of the thecms tJlefur thefur
fur turbans ut ha have e been a cea pIeuous oscn oscnous
ous cmstrades feature c the rwner f rme spring 8JIriafFadeL pa parades
trades radesSpetag j jSoring
FadeLewer
Soring fever germs added to the ftnan 1tDaAda1 Haasde ftnanchil
< chil de l galas ates of the chair barons hundreds hundredsof lllaawl v vof
of tired prasa pI promenaats e Bandars 3Ia taking to the luxsiise lux luxuriaug lux1IIteas
uriaug wicker vahitlan to set hack to toenades tobetels tobetels
betels after their long mornta6 promenades m IRIIdes
enades enadesfailed IIdesCalte4 enadesfaked
failed to halt the flow of shoreward shorewardfailed sbotewerdfailed d dfailed
failed to halt the > now of oftraYel shoreward shorewardtravel sbrewardtravel
travel and the BIg s4 hotels were welt ail ailed ADed Mier ¬
ed A W big crowd of oneday pleasure pleasureseekers ure8IS pleasureseekers
seekers 8IS eame ta on the electric trains trainsand trabtsBad trainsand
and the t tt Broadwaik Bowery WetY in the thelower Uteewer theewer
lower ewer section of the city started the theseasons theM theae5aaa
seasons business of hot frankfurters frankfurtersand
and chicken dinners dinnersMayor dinnersMayor
I
Mayor Stoy made ate I8 ant trip along alongthe 2IODthe alongthe
the boardwalk m the capacity of official officialcensor oUiciaieeB80r othciaicensor
censor of the beach ell sand statuary this thismorning tJdmorning thtsmorning
morning to look over tt the e work of the theaand thead thesand
sand artists forbidden under a new newcity newcity newcity
city law to model undraped or lightly lightlydraped HPtlydraped lightlydraped
draped figures in the sand for the view viewof viewoC viewof
of promenadera promenaderaImpressed promena promenadersimpreseed era I
Impressed ed by the tb declaration of of offtctate officiJs ofAdals
ftctate that the new law against vulgar vulgarsand vulgarsand I
sand Kl statues Is to be strictly enforced enforcedthe 6ft enforcedthe OIced OIcedbe
the be sand modelers have e cut out repro reproauctions reprotluetlons reproduetiore
auctions whose main attraction Is thebeauty the theexecutive
beauty or the node form and the city cttve citynecutlye
executive e declared at noon that he had hadfound hadfound
found nothing objectionable o m the mod modeled modeled modeled ¬
eled groups or figures W
3000 CLAY MINERS STRIKE STRIKETOLEDO STRIKETOLEDO STRIKETOLEDO
TOLEDO Ohio O io April 1H ILThree Three thou thousand tbouaRd thousand ¬
sand clay miners of the Federal Clay CteyProduct CIa CIaPrcMluft ClayProduct
Product Company of iBneral City near nearThey IMArIteft nearben
ben went 011 strike today They de demand tie tieeeats demend ¬
mend 5 cents increase per ton for mm mmme mislee bl bliDe
me clay The company has offered ed edcolt 1 1cent 1ce
cent t raise The men hawe been getttog getttogcents gettingceDUJ
ae cents per ton This bawepractically practically peealyup ties tiese t
e 11 ettty el y mining in Taacarawa TW CULwa county
SUFFRAGISTS FEAR FEARMILITANTS FEARMILITANTSPOWER
MILITANTS MILITANTSPOWER MILITANTSPOWERProgressives POWER POWERProgressives
Progressives plan lan to Elect ElectMrs ElectMrs ElectMrs
Mrs Belmont as President Presidentof
of the Association AssociationOLD AssociatiQnOLD AssociationOLD
OLD GUARD FAVORS FAVORSTHE FAVORSTHE FAVORSTHE
THE REV ANNA SHAW SHAWIndications SHAWIndica SHAWIndications
Indica Indications RS Are That the Conserva Conservatives ConservatiYes ConservatiresWilI ¬
tiresWilI tives Will Lose Control at atConvention atConvention atCecwention
Convention This Week WeekXew WeekXew Weekew
Xew ew tenders and neW petioles petteteskya will willloom will10Gaa
loom n p in tn t the TTaCIonal TVomq Wo Suf Suffrase Sutaedat1112 Suffrage
frase Asoacavtaia when that organiza organizatie orgasdzaties
t ties tie meets In Us fortysecond annual annualconvention AnnualatJoa annualconvention
convention atJoa at Use Arlington beginning beginningTbarsday b4ghminTbanday beginningThursday
Thursday for soiree Htee the convention COIIvo don a ayear nr ayear
year r ago the development opment of the suffrage suf suffrage ButfTap ¬
frage movement in the United Statesbas States Stateshas Statesau
has been extreerdinaryAbout extraordinary extraordinaryAbout extralaryAMut
About Mrs Oliver H P Belmont of ofNew orNew ofNew
New York representing repre eatiRt the new and andj0re audJGOre awlmore
more > < j0re militant policies of advancing the thecause thecause thecaner
cause the forward torw tm movement wM rally rallyand rallyaWI raU raUand
and It Is not uaNkely aaIIkel that she e will willagree willagree 1IiJlte
agree to the campaign which 1 has been beenstarted BeenSlArte4 beenstarted
started to t place her te the presidency presidencyof H8
of the league leagueIn leagueIn
In behalf of th the old organization aiattoR lead leaders leAdBe leadersthe ¬
ers ersthe the Rev Be Anna H H Sbaw Mrs Har Harriet Harnt Harriet ¬
riet Taylor Upton Mrs Rachel Foster FosterAvery Foatervft Fosterover
Avery vft ilra ire Carrie Chapman Catt CUtaDd CattandIn and andin
in b lubalC haif of the established e el organtea organteamad organization gaxttisaties
ties policies the 11 ltneup is new JaOW1IIII being beingmade
mad and while such dashes a atJ occur occurin eccurIn occurin
in the Daughter IJ of the American Revo RevoIntkm Reyolut ReveIutoa
oft convention are unlikely a a great greatstruosie greatRr greatstruugis
struosie Rr between the conservatives andthe and andthe aGthe <
the progressives l05I In seems inevitable inevitableJiHitaHts inevttaMeXJlitaAts Inevitabletruants
truants Are Powerful PowerfulHeretofore PowerfuJHerdofore PowerfulHeretofore
Heretofore the National Womaa Suf Suftioned Suetnife Suffrage
tnife Asoeiadon bas stood 1ft ungees ungeestinned uaq uaqtJoDed
tinned supremacy over all the varied variedorganfaatkHis YriedDbIatIoIuI variedolestions
organfaatkHis DbIatIoIuI for the advancement of ofI oCthe ofthe
I the cause of votes for women and aM aMhave aHbave althave
have boon in frfcndiy frl ndty afMltetloti atA a oa and andeven lidaubordlnatlo andeen
even subordinate to it itThis JL JLTbIa ItThis
This weeks cortv COI cacvrttoa ntloK will find MIll militant MIlltaat millThat ¬
That parties s SiII il fefJUIated with the theparent thpuoelllt theparent
parent body sr powoctal that ttlteir ttlteirspirit theirspirit their theirspirit
spirit may domtaar the oonveatioa OR9eat101LSbIce ieI1Veattoamace oonveatioaSlnoe
mace th t hiet coAventlen U the wsuasrtffrage woman womancontinent WOIIIaa WOIIIaaaIQe
aIQe party hq spread across tile tileeoatlaent theeoatbaent
continent The movement DtOY te eaUat work work4ns workgirls worklug
lug girls has orought i t them them ta by teas teasof t to teesof
of thousand thousandThe thousandsThe
thotdlU1d1lW0IIk
The cone college women ted by Miss Mary MaryCarey MaJ7CareYThemaa MaryCarey
Carey CareYThemaa Thomas of Bryn Mawr > awr has be becoa 1M 1Ma became
coa came e a big factor factorMrs f teeterMrs or orXra
Mrs Beltnonfs Political Equality EqualityAaortaton EquaDtyIa EqualityAsaoelaron
Aaortaton < Ia on for it is her association associationj actUon1IIIIar associationprhmarIy
j primarily because of her toadersMp toadersMpand I Iand
and management t t tthat Ias aa reehoi reahadthat such sis sisthat
that In n tepee t past year 1 ft iti ex n a 41 t tMM
> MM i fn the caseThen came cameThi I ITllln
Thi Tllln n Mrs Clare lee c 3sokay Mr ry has hasweadutsfal mel meli
weadutsfal tal i the t > re reJe 2ousJ 2ousJJjOMgae
JjOMgae Je WIII WlMdKjSBHi hg Jt h e earC roes roesseed
arC In J two jraMV sb std Mis gained a anattaant aorpnIxation aesIbesl
nattaant organisation orpnIxationretatDe4 or = aahadon with Stake or owll orjtaisatH
ll jtaisatH retained in most of f the States Statesof st stor
of the l WnIoD aloe Its work Is educational educationaland lItIo IIs
and os K Is In entire harmony with the theassociation tJHrowhich theaesocledom
association which meets here aDd with withiwbich wICableb withwhich
bleb it to af afftllatecl afftllatecllfew dilated tliltatedNew dilatedIfew
New Leaguers Growing GrowingThe
The Woman w Suffrage Party the Po Political Polieal ¬
litical Kouattty Association tile S Equal EtrvalFraacbi8e EqualFranchise oal oalFranchise
Franchise League all three are growing srowjarapMty rewtlagare growingrapidly
rapidly are enthusiastic Ne and to some someextent aGID9ext someextent
extent ext are more progressive es tTe than the theparent thepueat theassociation
parent associationThese association associationThese
pueatTbMe
These developments dev ts of the year make makeit
it not unlfkoly that the conservatives conservativeswill
will fail al to tothis retain their eir arm grip oa a the theassociation the88OeI3Uon theassociation
association this thisrelate year yearMrs yearwnI rearMrs
Mrs Shaw Is acandidate a for reelec reelection reeJeetloll reelecuon ¬
tion and both Mrs Avery and Mrs Catt Cattconservatives Catt CattCOIIileCY Cattcan
COIIileCY can conservatives tTetr have been proposed prepo ed for forconsideratlDn foreoasideratJDa foroonsideratioa
consideratlDn hi caee a different align alignment aJtgaaJIMIIt alignment ¬
ment is seeded neeaedWhether JMe4Ie4Wbet seededWhether
Whether Wbet Mrs Belmont will permit permitthe p4Am1ttlw permitthe
the use of her name JIDI e for president pre kiecat is not notyet Mtet notSet
yet et dear It fe unlikely that Mrs MrsMack XJ MrsMackay
J ackay Mack ay will be a candidate candidatela
la the other of offices Aces of the association associationthf associationthree
thf three e will be many change Prof ProfFrances ProtFnJ1C ProfFrances
Frances Soulrs Ir rs Potter has with withdrawn wltbcrawnCOITespoDdl yawn as ascorresponding gacorresponding
COITespoDdl corresponding secretary with her asslstant as assistant a asistant ¬
sistant Prof Mary ray Peck and Mrs MrsFlorence MrsFkrenet
Florence Fkre Kelley vice president and andMrs aDIn
Mrs Ida Hosted Harper chairman of ofthe ofthe
the publication committee will not ac accept aecept accept ¬
cept further terms testsMYSTERY termsMYSTERY termsMYSTERY
MYSTERY IN DEATH DEATHOF DEATHOF DEATHOF
OF WEALTHY FARMER FARMERTOLEDO FARMERTOLEDO FARMERTOLEDO
TOLEDO Ohio April AprJ11tystery MMystery sur surrounds sur1OUDII surrounds ¬
rounds toe death des tb of John Harney fifty ftftystoc ftltyIIIx fiftysix
six IIIx a wealthy weaJt y farmer of Whltehouse WhltehouseOtoto WhlteJtoueObIG Whitehousechic
chic who was found dead with a bullet bultetnote DulkrtheM bullethole
note In ate forehead today in a woods woodsa
a mile Ie and a a half from WMtehouse WMtehouseA
A revolver r er ay alongside Karaeya Karaeyabodv Harveysbody
body While ile It 13 believed by it many thatHanley that thatHarney thatHamey
Harney committee stAcide some fear M hmay J Jmay Mmay
may have been tuurdered tuurderedXo nurderedNo urderedo
Xo o motive for crime can be establish established
1 cd In Hameys pocket was WitSae fli t
BRIDE IS ON HONEYMOONHUSBAND HONEYMOONHUSBAND HONEYMOON HONEYMOONHUSBAND
HUSBAND STAYS HOME HOMELoneliest HOMELoneliest HOMELoneliest
Loneliest Wife in World Leaves Spouse Spou After Elope Elopement Elopement Elopement ¬
ment to Placate Her Parents in the Blue BlueGrass BlueGrass BlueGrass
Grass Slate
I NEW YORK YOR April ML JITIte The loneliest loaoiieetbrine JoDeIIe8t1wWe loneliesthere
brine ta the tit world entered eater the breakfast breakfastroom breakfastroom kfllt kflltNOIII
room of the Park Avoaae A v Hotel this thtemomms thismraine bIIt bIItJIiItg
momms JIiItg and had coffee roll grapefruit grapefrattaad snpeCndtsened
aad eggs served for e one oneA ODeA oneA
A little sigh escaped e Mrs Richard RichardAmoM RIehardtaU RickardArAId
AmoM tail beautiful an and girlish pr as asshe aR3Jhe asshe
she gazed across the table and saw thevacant the thevacant the1II8
vacant chair Mrs Arnold who was wasHelen wasBeieR wasHelen
Helen Prottxman Prt of the weiikiKwn weiikiKwnBate wellkite wa waBIlle weliiee
Bate Grass family of that name is the thecontra UteeeetraI thecentral
contra figure figu ta the oddest elopement eMnt hothe ta taYork mtJte
the dtTS eve annals coming to New NewYork ew ewYork
York alone while her twoatyoneyear twoatyoneyearoU year yeareW
oU husband b remained ta Louisville toplacate to toplacate o oplecate
placate the parents of Ute young yb mg couple coupleIs couple1s couple coupleIs
Is this not the sheerest eerest honeymoon honeymoonasked ledteymnasked eyM80u eyM80uHked
asked the girl l bride as she steeft left tae dim dimleg dlaia dtftJab
ia Jab room Ne N Sone < o one to eb chat t with except exceptreporters exceptrQJrtss exceptreporters
reporters reportersFiEnce rQJrtssFenc reportersFtaccRails
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moon without a husband asked a re reporter re reporter reporter ¬
porter sympathetically sympatheticallyLte etJeaJly etJeaJlyLak4t
Lte Like grow going g to see a mu musical lcal comedy comedyprovided comedyprovided comedyprovided
provided there ware no sc orchestra hestra or ortrying ortr7tD ortrntn
trying tr7tD r te eross the Hudson rUer tier if there therewere therewere therewere
were no boat or tube Hpwev However r I sx expect sxP axpect
P pect ct my hueband tonight t nlght or tomorrow tomorrowimoraing tomorrowJ1IOCIIIag tomorrowmorning
imoraingIn morning morningle
In the morning mail the bride brid6recei btderecel4Cd btderecel4Cdthe received ed edthe
I the following reassuring letter from rom hori horibrother beebrother
brother and sister In Louisville LouisvilleI LoufsvlllcDear LouisvilleDeat9iterWrite
I Dear Deat9iterWrite > earSister Slfiter Vrltc home soon and lot lotue lotus
ue know how 110 you are setting along alongTMother aloa aloaMother
Mother does not know yet but do not notthink nottbtak notthink
think she s e wiH wiHbe be angry Shes worrying
and should hear from you Du You should shouldwrtte tot Id IdWrtte
wrtte rtte at once TOM AND A D MABEL4 MABEL4Tbe MABEL
The guests of the hotel are much in ¬
terested tere tecl m hi Mrs Arnold and are showing
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to to1JI rest In tae aukacoieum in ftodc Crc CreeCrtsuetery fe feCaaiiltiy
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f The honorary pallbearers paII were wereMcKenDa we weldcKarna Justice JusticeMcKonna
McKonna Speaker r Cannon Admiral AdmiralEfcwty A4Dtirait1ftJ AdmiralDuty
Duty James Ja D R Richardson I II Myron MyronT lltyrenT
T Herrick erriek Jacob G Oelucridlapp C CC cc CC
C Glover Charles J Bell Woodbury uroodbaryBtair Wo WoodburyBurr dllarYaJr
Burr Senator Charles J Hughes Hughesd Jr Jrof JrIIC
of Colorado John R R McLean David DavidWegg DridW Da Dalllegg
Wegg W of C Chicago ADd T A A AXaDJ Wtefcor Widterabtaal Wtefcorthsm
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dokee are a re betec oehn received by byWaJsb i iWalsh the theWalsh
Walsh family tjovemor f ernorJoIm John F Shaf Shafroth Shafreth Shatrah
roth of Colorado wired this message messageAM rcsatgeAll fC fCAII
AM Colorado mourns with itll1OL you Your Yourloss YearIs Yourless
loss Is a personal loss to the entire entfrWest eettnW entireWest
West W Our hearts go to you and yours yoursta yearsba yoursht
ta oar deepest sympathy sympathyDEATH 8JftJPAtbDEATH sympathyDEATH
DEATH SUMMONS SUMMONSFRESNO SUMA10NSFRESNO SUMMONSFRESNO
FRESNO CLUBMANFRESNO CLUBMAN CLUBMANFRESNO CLUB MAN MANFJtESlO
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cHHat with the death of Thomas F FWaton FWa1llh FWalsh
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of Feline G Kerry of thin city whose whosecareer wboeoecareer whosecareer
career resembled re8etll 1ed that of Walsh ta many manyparttcntars manyperticulars F Fr
parttcntars r although Berry BerryDiukr BelT was waaJr an anakhr
Diukr man manB JmI manEerry
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rich utter er man many Io long struggles rua acquired acquiredfortune
a vast vastclubman fortune aDd became the leading Jeac1tlllclublaan I
clubman of o the coast coastTO COAStWALKING caratWALKING
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Petty PettyTO Thief Sentenced to toTramp toTramp toTramp
Tramp From Frisco to t Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles in Two Weeks WeeksSAN WeeksFRAtcIScO
SAN SANR FRANCiSCO April Mt JelIe fiarbert fiarbertI tert tertR
R R waX Mraa as today Ja tltMtt 0 0MIIetr i31 i31sties
I sties to Loc Angoles in I an attempt att t to toto totie toodo
tie iir ill two weekS wllleh l ws wasteneed Hft Hfte
to e e d te de by Police Judge e Sbortall SbortallWard SIaortanWl1l SbortaJlWard
Ward was charged with petty burg burghtry 1M bargisry r1
htry 17 and told the jude of his W wife and andveny aJMtt antbmnr
veny In Los Angeles The Jud judge e ordore1 ordecadhim ordore1han ld l lJdIIa
han to walk home U to > them In two weel weelaa weeka weekap w wl
aa l penalty p far his acts and doctor doctoritMatany 4 1r tarv d ddtat
itMatany dtat an v tollare to tramp steadily IKeag staddiiLy t4t t4tLM toLee
I Los Angolas AJllseI would become known and MIdVd
I tr would have to so to jail
You Y may Send Dd me a postal JH postl card from fromLOSES fromevery rOld rOldeveI
every poetomce you pas said the ihcj theyidge
j Cre 0 o I will know YiN aM OR the Utaway theway
way wayLOSES
LOSES HIS LIFE LIFEBY LIFEBY LIFEBY
BY INCREDULITY INCREDULITYJim
Jim Roberts in Lumber Camp CampShot CampShot CampShat
Shot by byDeputy Deputy He Refused Refusedto RefusedtoRecogniz
to Recognize toRecognizCOUJla1BUs RecognizeOOWlgBiJs i iCXMAJStBUS
CXMAJStBUS Miea April MLJim MLJimWoods 1 IliJimWoods Jim JimW
W Woods S a rural mail carr carrier shot and andkilled andkilledJim i ikilled
killedJim killed Jim Roberts at U ue camp Camp of the theInterstate theInterstate thenterstate
I Interstate Lumber Ccwpany six mites mflesnortheast mitesnortheast
northeast Inortheaxt ofhereWoods ofhere ofhereWoods or here hereWoods
Woods was acting a at a special l deputy aeptlt aeptltat deputyat j jat
at the time and the dead poan ma had re refused re refused refused ¬
fused to beMeve his credentials credentialsPostsReughi ered8ntJaPostsR eredentiaiaPosts
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Sister S ister Unearths Thieves ThievesDen ThievesDen 7 7Den
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NEW YORK Aprt Apr IaS I I Fearold year yeareW
eW BMe Levy was rescued frees fnMalllLV widl widlalvedem
alllLV eIa today after polio poIIc8tIY and dMe dMetives
three tIY accompanied accoIDINI aIM by the mss prrslater mofh mofhand mtMkx mtMkxand
and sister and notghbora JI8ir broke 1IrOIIetile open openberg openthe
tile doer of Ute fist or Michael Green Greenberg GreeItbel
berg and his wife on the top floor of ofthe oftIN ofthe
the tenement t t at W Alien street streetGreenberg atreetGreeobeu streetGreenberg
Greenberg and has wife wlf were later laterntl ar arraigned sereigned ¬
reigned aed before Meas Magistrate te teIteW Apatecoa sad aadheld sadheld
held In aM SfM bail bailThe each eachThe eadaTbe
The police a any y the place placefeee pieceas is also alsotor a afence
feee aM that It baa been a rendezvous retllllBv08Sfor
for boy thieves thievesRose tbMYeeRoee thieveRoe
Rose > Levy disappeared a few days IIaysaad aao aaoaad ahoand
aad her older o sister glee Ether Et bunted buntedthroughout ItUIItiIthroushout honiedthroughout
throughout the Bast Side until she sbb saw sawappearing fIa fIaR tawRose
R Rose oil the street Ju as MIle WaS 41 41appearlUf dis disappearing
appearing into the doorway at the Allen Allenstreet AlIeBstreet Allenstreet
street numberShe number numberShe l erSIte
She went to the Eldredge street station stationreturning statIeJIreturnia sutteereturning
returning with the theJttice police Xo trace of ofthe oftht ofthe
the girl rl could be found Detectives re rertnalaed remained Te7malned ¬
mained In the neighborhood neI and the thoAat 11 11flat theflat
flat vas broken Into at an early hourtoday hour hourtoday hourtocM
today tocM Several men who 11I0 were in the theapartment tbeapartment theapartment
apartment escaped by the firesoaPe firesoaPeThe flre escape escapeThe IIJOa1teThe
The police captured Cpt1lr d Greenberg Greea and has haswife hlBwife hiswife
wife wifelured wifeThe wifeThe
The I Ievy vY girl saW that she bad beeR beeRJured beatlured
lured to the apartment and threatened threatenedwith tbreateIMIIwkit threeteisetwith
with death if she made an outcry outcryWhen oateryWilen eateryWhen
When the police ee made de thir ftrst arstshe vJstt vJsttshe dNtshe
she was looked inside m mthe a closet She Shethat ie iethat saM saMthat
that all 11 during the thea daytime small boys boysentered bopeelered boysentered
entered and handed Jap a ed sold watches sad aadpocketbooks sadpocketbooks
pocketbooks to Greenberg Geea
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Kxcoat for a natural feeling of 0sRe2 aaaoy aaaoyancaat aanayeaneeat
ancaat ancaatneotlea sRe2 seeing W name ta print is COD CODJteOtIe connestles
nestles with a au auJetaB Indictment O Private PrivateJvha riv te teJ
JetaB J fcn Allan of Mteatantpat Mteatantpataction 1 I Itel termer mert mertbr
tel of Cc Ccegree > gIC is nit It werrb d 0 ores Ute UteaeUoa theaetioa
action of 1 1watch the grad JIIIry qt Jackson oawItIclt Jacksonwhich
watch has Indicted IBdk him aad s > aaiabu of ofether ofeChar ofother
ether proralneat pr t XII Miaalijuhjuiln IffbJtr m tic play pteying pIaytgtOker playing
ing tgtOker tgtOkere poker pokerThe polarThe
The e whole State of l4r JiqpaUnttial I DpI to ail chishot ailshot allt
shot t to pieces Just now ow over politicsThe politics politicsThe poJttiCsTM
The recent rec nt fight for the Sonatorshlp Sonatorshlpwhich Se tonJhipwhich Senatorshipwhich
which was won by Le ReY Percy Percybacked Percybacked Percybacked
backed by the antlTardaman aman wte wing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Democratic party Crusades C of all allsorts allsolt allSorts
sorts have started and a few fewt legislators legislatorsgot kgstatorsgat
got gat t caught u t piayng esker < Mir it Allen Alteai AI AIbaooened Allenhaproned
i baapened to be b pr pra pl1rs 1rytvttk with thermTh Ua UaT thaat thaattn
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Lawyers LaW La rers ers Think Miller W WBe Tilt WiltBe TiltBe
Be Convicted and andVoman th thlrWoman s sWoman
Woman AcquittedWATSHFA Acquitted AcquittedWATSBKA AcquittedW
WATSBKA W ATSIIKA IlL Apia ML aWitla WHh the thecourt Utecourt thecourt
court all prepared to i revere coHt a verdict to toa Ie Iem Soany
a any y ta t tb e case of 3 Dr > r W R JL dyer MIBerMrs BerIra dyeryrs
Mrs Lucy B > Sayter and Joan Graanon Graanoncharged JnuIIIeIIc Onside Onsidecharged
c charged with tae murder of Join BSSS B Bp B BSaytcr
SSS Saytcr iV p the Jary 17 Is stoi out after an aW aWnfeht aJIIt alldead0
nfeht deadlock deadlockIt dead0 et etIt
It is i oognawd lec that tllatall delay te reacatee reacateean resehiegsa
an atP agreement xs xstae t not very favorable 1e 1eUtek4eaee tothe
tae Utek4eaee doTense After the charge of Judge JndseDibeD J JDi1teII JudgeDibelt
DibeD It was avnerally Iy a agreed roed by tIN tholawyers thelawyers
lawyers 1 1Qmi who had been fuMuntem tuI5xn tao taoacquitted elsetsar
tsar xn sy err gad Grander G would k kacquIUeI beaequltted
acquitted and Dr Miner weal 4g tI t olt oltwhh gwttb > p pwith
with a Hcnt term termpreocfd terIIse toadSome
se of tM one MyDe lawyer today g ax axed ax axpressed
pressed the opinion that such a sftteten dectlMswas decIIIIeIIwatttc sftteteni
watttc was to be expected i from theJary tile JIK7 but buti atthat butthat
i that ovMenty 4IidDt some jurymen ju were hold holdr boldlac holdlog
log OIIIt for a sterner r verdict verdictSheritf verdictShdrtU tSIMIiU
Sheritf George C Hefltes has near DMrat at hand handa
a number m of men whom be could couldpromptly eoahlptIlDptJy couldpromptly
promptly sinter in as deputy sheriffs as ashe ashet ashe
he het fears that tbatlrav if a verdict of acquittal te sbrought tebrought Isbrought
> brought in there may be an attempt of ofi JtH ofthe
i tb tH public to avenge Saylers death deathlate deadtt
I t was late last night when the thetorney tileC themse
C mse was given to the jury States At Atterney Attveep
torney Pa Pallteard tlisard did not ask for the inSletlon in inflictlon iDftktIon
flictlon of the th death penalty H He Hechained i
1 charged cb that thatrtbe the three conspired < to kill killSayler killSayler killSayler
Sayler and ascribed 81 a th the motive rela1 rela1tions role rolelions
lions between Dr Miller and Sayter Sayteri
i In charging the jury Judge Jud e Dibell cave caveone gaveone
one instruction that was construed to tobe tobe tobe
be especiall t favorable to the defenseHe defense defenseMe def e eHe
He ordered the Jury in case it did not notflad netHad t tAIIICI
flad Sayler was killed by his slayer in RMIl inself inself
self defense to toaeq1Ik acquit Mrs Sayior Sa and andGruaden A8dGrtI1adeft andGrusdea
Gruaden unless H was proven Jlll8VeRdid that they
did some affirmative act aiding la the theshooting ueTIte theshooting
shooting The defense believes this in instruction IIII instruction ¬
struction will automatically free Mrs Xrzsyter MrsSayler
1 Sayler and her father
WIN AT POKER NEVER NEVERSAYS NEVERSAYS NEVERSAYS
SAYS PRIVATE sPRW A TEn JOHN ALLEN ALLENFormer ALLENFormer ALLENFormer
Former Mississippi Mississ ppi Congressman Indicted Indi ted Admits He HePlaydd HePlayed HePlayed
Played With Some Mighty Good ood Company and andBemoans andBemoans d d3emoans
Bemoans the Fact That He H Lost at the Sitting
T I duel quite know what tt Is aM aMabout aJIfte altaat
about fee said III at a the Wttmrd w today tooaynot totlayr
r was before Ute grand jury but have kaet haveset
not t yet bees officially uatMed of the thetedictmeoc ilte1IMUe tike tikehadktmet
tedictmeoc tedictmeocveryfcody 1IMUe hadktmetEveryboPry
1IMUearytteIzy
veryfcody plaYS poker I do a But t
the worst part of k is that I lost ir r ihat ihatsame 1tBtame at atgame
same I rose every time tJ te k seem to tome roMe tome
me In fact I dont remember r over O 6r
havtoe won anything tbt playing vtng poker Ior I Iplay
play for or very snn stakes though so
it doesnt t matter much JIIIucbX
1 I shant worry about tHe mattor ttervn un ¬
til I get back to Mississippi next mom
Probably I wont worry about It then
In fact I am sure I wont I was iii iiigood itsgoo3 > 1 1goo
good goo company during the game puae any ¬
how howThose bowThose
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Those who played with Mr ADen were
State Representative C aarlaDoueaercy laden aarlaDoueaercyof Douclterty Doucltertyof
of Tunica county State Senator S SE cSteries
Bngle E gle Colonel Sara and T T = G Jem JemAll Je JpmaB JpmaBAll rues ruesAlt
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