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a i vrv. A -" - -$ '" 'THE'WlSHINdTON IHMES,' SATTJEDATSiPTEMim 16,'191L V - r" jiBjiiW" ! HUSBAND KNEW SHE PLANNED TO ELOPE .Ordered to Leave Apartment 'Where She Has Been Liv iL ing With Soul Mate. JlJNEW YORK. Sept. 16. Notice to ,tiove out at once was served today upon Frederick Noble and his soul niate. i Mrs. Walter IJspenard Suydam, wife of UbIuo Point. L. I., millionaire, by the W-oprletor of the Reglna apartments, S2 West Twelfth stret, following the pub lib announcement by Mr. Noble and Mrs. Suydam that they had eloped, and lor a week had been living together at he Reglna. aw i -Mrs. Suydam, when seen at the apart ment today, was very much displeased tt being bothered, and said she wished to attend to her household affairs; that she and "Blllv" as she calls Noble, were getting along "very nicely, thank you," and admitted that they probably Would move out before Monday. District Attorney Whitman said todav that at present he would take no ac tion In the case, ae Mr. Noble and Mrs. Guv-dam had merely announced that they were living In the same apartment: that no complaint had been made, and .that so far as re knew there was no specific evidence of any violation of the law. "Not Meant for Each Other." "I have nothing against my husband," said Mrs. Suydam. "We simply were not meant for each other, and what happened was bound to happen event ually. We had an agreement and he 'understood that I was to go away with Billy. I told my parents that I was in love with Billy and that I would go to New York with him." Before her marriage, Mrs. Suydam was Miss Louise White, daughter of Jay White, a prominent architect, and well known In Washington society. Her .husband Walter L. Suydam, is a mem- .?. nrlctnnrntld JW7 VoHf fAttl. llv of creat wealth. Mr. Noble Is the son of a Brooklyn plumber. "Do you expect any trouble from Suydom?" Mr. Noble was asked. "No. I don't think he's that kind of a chap. If he was, I wouldn't be here." "Does your conscience bother you ,any?" Mrs. Suydam was asked. "My presence here ought to answer (that question." "Do you expect any reconciliations ."That depends on my husband." J Says Family Knew of It. "Your people knew that you intend- ed coming away with Mr. Noble?" "My husband, my husband's father, and my father and mother knew all about It. And they knew when I had made up my mind there was no use trying to Btop me." Mrs. Suydam spoke in short, sharp sentences that left no doubt as to her J meaning. Noble let her do most of the (talking. ? About 10:30 o'clock Mrs. Suydam left T her apartment. "What are your plans?" she was iBsked. i "Why, I's going to the grocery, if you don't mind." She went. Mrs. Suydam Is a tall, slim, angular Ordered Out of Apartment House HH9BBBPnB& aNEssLEpsflH' ' tSS ia1 VjEIis -jV vt. iV7JPi iiHi linn VvhV i ! SAFE BREAKER IS FOILED IN EFFORT ' TO ROB ASALOOfS Frightened Away After Cut ting Knob From Door of Cash Box. An unsuccessful attempt was .made early this morning to crack the safe In the saloon of Myer M. Stern, 601 Seventh street northwest, from which 1175 was Stolen last June. The police believe the thief who got the $175 Is the same one who tried to break open the safe. When the .saloon was opened this morning the knob of the safe, which had been chiseled off, was lying on the floor. Detectives working on the case say the man was evidently frightened away before completing the Job. The thief, however, took sufficient time to take all his tools with him. and-left nothing that gave any clue to his iden- When Stern closed the place last night he locked the doors himself. The rear door, through which the burglar entered, was opened by means of a duplicate key. Stern left the key to this door in the lock, but It had been poked out from the other side, and was found on the floor. .. . The safe Is next to a partition which separates the cigar counter from the bar. There Is a swinging door In this partition back of the counter which Is left open at night With the door in the partition open the safe la In full view from the win dow. The thief olosed this door. The policeman on the beat Is believed to have passed the place while the rob ber was at work. SISTER OF MURDER III RECOVERING TO BE TAKEN HOME Hysteria- That Deranged Myrtle Smith Is Nearly Cured. Preparations will be made tomorrow at her home to receive Myrtle Smith, now on the road to recovery, on her re turn from Washington Asylum Hospital. The young woman, who became hys terical when she Identified the bodyf her little brother, Harry Elton Smith, at the morgua last Sunday night; who shrieked as she hurled herself upon Tony Mllano at the inquest over the little fellow's charred body, and who finally became temporarily demented at the grave of the child, probably will be taken to her home this afternoon. Her nhyslclans this moraine declared they believed the effects of the strain ana tension under which the girl la bored many days are gradually subsid ing, and they now do not look for any lasting, or serious aftermath. Dr. Madlgan. of the hospital, said that she has recovered sufficiently to go home today, but that In order to be sure of no 11 leffects she will be held until tomorrow. Mrs. Smith, the mother, and little May Smith, the younger sister, have re covered from the collapse they suffered after the funeral. It is said the family has abandoned their idea of breaking up, ana win remain in wasnington. out will move to another home in a differ ent part of the city. The accusation brought against Ml lano by the Coroner's jury, after hear ing evidence as to bow the body of the little victim had been found In Mllano'a i shop last Sunday, probably will be pre sented to the Federal grand Jury within the next three or four days. Central Office Detectives Wecdon, Comwell, and Berman, .as well as the Italian expert. Detective TotrfOrtanl, are still at work on tn case, xney de clared this morning the report that they had discovered a witness who saw Ml lano leave his shojv after midnight on the morning of the murder. Is unfound ed. Tony's movements, as nearly as they can trace them at this time, they say, takes him to Pennsylvania avenue, near Second northwest, some time shortly after midnight. Major Oen. G. W. C. Lee Is Seventy-nine Today Nearly four score years are round ed out today by MaJ. Gen. George Washington Custls Xee, president emeritus of Washington and Lee University, in Virginia, General Le Is seventy-nine years of ago today, having been born September 16. 1832. at Fort Monroe, Va. General Lee, a member of .the noted Custls and Lee families of Virginia and a descendant of the first Presi dent, was graduated at West Point In 1854. For several years be was an army engineer In Florida and Cal ifornia. During the civil war General Lee was attached to the staff of President Jefferson Davis of the Confederacy. When the war ended. General Lee be came professor of civil and military engineering at Virginia Military In- father as .president of Washington ana nee university, cuuwuuiut unn 189T. when he retired with the rank of president emeritus. ARGENTINA HUE FEAR ATTEMPT TO RESCUE AMERICANS Richard Perkins Held as Desperado of the Chilean Frontier. MRS. R. L. SUYDAM. person, and as she passed a group of photographers held her nose and chin high, swinging her right arm violently. She had the appearance of being much In the sun. Her hair was bleached itraw color and her face freckled. Her eyes aro almost colorless blue, and her face la thin, with prominent cheek bones. She wore a straw hat and heavy polo coat that were both about the color of her hair. Mr. Noble went to his father's plumbing shop, while Mrs. Suydam visited the grocery. Raymond S. Smith's Body Is Sent to Maine The body of Raymond S. Smith, a chief master-at-arms In ithe IJnlted States navy, who died at St. Eliza beth's, where ho had been confined for eight months, will be Bent to relatives In Pembroke, Me., from Scott's under taking establishment this evening. Mr. Smith, who was thirty-three years old, was born In Pembroke, and enlisted In the navy from there. Demand for Private Garages Is Growing Builders at last are coming to recog nise the necessity of providing for auto mobiles when they put up houses for sale. While many recently built houses have been furnished with this con venience, the practice is not altogether general The latest speculatively built houses to have garages are those which Thomas J. Fisher & Co , Inc.. are put ting on the market today on S street, between Now Hampshire avenue and Eighteenth street northwest A brick garage Is located in the rear of each house. A three-car capacity is pro vided. Sues for bnorn Beard. CHICAGO. Sept 16. George Walters, a stone cutter, obtained a warrant for the arrest of Albert Burke, who George said sheared him of six Inches of fluffy beard, protesting that It harbored germs. SOMERSET MARYLAND This beautiful subdivision has all city conveniences, includ ing sewer, water, gas, granolithic sidewalks electric light, and telephone service. Right in the path of the rapidly growing northwest section. And selling for 3c to 12c per foot. Why pay the exorbitant prices demanded in other suburban localities before investigating this? Lots of half acre or less. Terms to suit. Car fare, 1 cents to any part of city. Plats and further particulars at office. E. B. TOWNSEND & CO. 1413 H Street N. W. PHONE M. 1432. BUENOS ATRES. Sept. 16. WIUl Hm authorities holding Richard Perkins, CM of the American outlaws who have been terrorizing the Chilian frontier for ten years, fear Is entertained that other members of the band will attempt to rescue him. Harry Longbaugh. known as the "Sun Dance Kid." is the leader. A robbery at tributed to them is that of the bank at Villa Mercedes, where $12,000 was stolen. Longbaugh brought his enUre band here ten years ago, when they were chased from the United States. Suburban Home for Sale at Silver Spring, Md. B6SraHHMHH.Kr frr'sHr ssssssssssssssssbsssssssssssssbssssssssssssSssssssssssssssssss i&'lHf ' OTLHLsBHH'iLliHLHH sssssssssHsssf K fta&fHsPS MsssBssssssssPI PfllfiH fi sssssssssssH' M - " IMIUlllllll'tTf ' '' '""'""' -lj"j" V y c - ""BP HH'WS'PSlPiSllP'V" 'J.. y--Z 3gs5i . The price will surprise you and the terms will suit you. 1st Floor Hall, parlor, dining room, library, 2 bedrooms, tiled bath, and kitchen. 2d Floor 3 bedrooms and storeroom. Furnace heat and electric light. Open until nine P. M. every day. Take "Forest Glen" car and get off at Silver Spring. Gasch & Birge, 1326 N. Y. 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They have "been put into our hands for immediate sale. The fact that they must be disposed of at once compels us to offer them at a price that will surely appeal to you. OUTSIDE You will note by the photographic reproduction above "" " "- "" " -J - . . B-n that each one of these houses represents -a distinct type of architecture different from its neighbors. Tnis greatly in creases the value of each house, as knowing people object to living in a house that is one of a row of similar structure. INSIDE The interiors are as superior to those usually-found in houses of this price as the handsome exteriors. Each house contains six spacious rooms and bath, with very latest show.er attachment. . Also a large attio for storage pur poses, etc. Each house 'equipped with a Pittsburg instan taneous heater hot water heat. The construction throughout is of the very best. And each house has a frontage of 22 feet (extra wide for this character home). beauty and comfort of each home. Only a personal inspec tion! on your part will enable you to obtain a true estima tion of the desirability of these homes. INSPECT TODAY or SUNDAY Wait untilMonday and- you probably will have waited invain. Home seekers who appreciate real estate values arid the advantages of a location in 'the fashionable north west will want one of these homes for their own as soon as they lay eyes on them. Bemember, only .$200 cash and but $34.45 monthly. THROUGHOUT The construction will be found of the very best and Samole House Ooen at 403 Hobart Place Take Ninth Street Cars, Get Off at Seventh and Harvard Streets Walk East One Block S YPRET W. HENDRICK CO., Inc., 734 ""JEKggS!! i w - -. It , . -. - y. iv. o- " V L i., ,M-( "' "f r-- JX- "-., - - " i' ,''aS2!,v.X',U JSHis'-r4rafiI' 5fc jfc- .. rvJH.J6JTn VC-fil -"'j-, ..-t -- . T . j rf m" "'" a- - M- -.- -. gp-M M-HiI--- " - t "-.wjt -K.'W - r "-1 t- iV-M -" -W- --J m J.