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v "vi. 10 THE WASHINGTON TIMES; SUNDAY. JANUARY 23, 1910. Mrs. Mohr Is Unmoved As She Awaits Verdict lirWidQW of Murdered Physician Stands on Brink of Social OutlawryHer Word Pitted Against That of Colored Men. (Continued from First Page.) Iieela of lonjr nnd tedious Illness, thqra Is Uttlo physical difference between Elizabeth Blair Mohr, of Newport so clcty, bowing beneath thu inevitable, nnd Elteabcth Blair Mohr, tho vengeful, the clover5, tho emotional. Hlandlng to day upon tho brink of social outlawry. As of old, sho Is still a woman of girl ish build. Her friends say that In spite of tho marks which her sorrow has loft upon her, sho Is only In her early thir ties. Her dark hair overshadows an oval in co of not unpleasant rcature, where still lurk traces of a certain comeliness of youth. Her eyes are bis and dark. Yet even in the heyday of her prime, .sho was never a woman, say her friends, to hold to heel, with physi cal charnt the vagrant fancies of a man inclined to wander far atleiu. Strength of Character Developed By Trials Tho dlffercnco between the "Lizzie" Mohr of tho days when, madly in love wltlt tho man who now lies dead, and the physician's widow of today Is one of personalty and character rather than of faec or form. it is tho dlfferenco between a young girl, pliant to tho will of the man who has awakened In her und fanned to an nil consuming flamo tho love sho boro for him, and that same woman tensed with disappointment, and reckless in the knowledgo that her love, in splto of its strength which Bwaycd her unthinking ly at first to her husband's will, was not qui to strong enough to hold him at her side. A reed broken in tho gales' of domestic adversity, sho has developed unsus pected strength. Looked upon as a sub missive wife, ready and anxious to caress tho hand which struck her, she in now charged with a vindlctlvenesa xeldom equaled, a cunning which took Into consideration tho slightest detail, a desire for vengeanco like that of Lu crctla Borgia. Looked upon as a slave to, the conven tion of exclusive Newport, she Is charged with having so far forgotten! herself under tho strain of her wrongs I as t6 bring tho men said tp bo her mur- j uer-mreiings into ner nouse, receive them on a plane of equality and prepare meals for them. Thought to have been mado too stolid by neglect to be dis turbed by slight or Injury, she has ulnco the first day of the trial, run every octavo of human emotion and misery. She has been like a frozen Medusa one moment, and like a tearful NIobe the next, Sho was liko a brooding tigress, for all her slender weakness, when she faced the Other Woman on the witness stand. Sho sobbed quietly with the tears of resignation when the old felt hat tho one worn by her husband on the night of his death was shown In court. But she gazed with stony eyes upon a hospital orderly who described how his garments had been drenched by tho life blood of her husband. Yet, even now. whenever the testi mony falls to hold her avid attention, Elizabeth Blair Mohr, the accused slay er, the woman of complexities, tho vengeful victim of neglect, momentarily fades away and "Lizzy" Mohr, the mother of the olden and more golden days, cornea to the surface. Then she turns to a slight lad of ten who sits beside Tier, the constant companion of hor hours of trial. He Is named for his murdered father. Her Personality Repels As It Enlists Sympathy And whllo the dreary round of wit nesses fifty of them have been called by tho prosecution drags along on lenden feet, a far-away look comes over her tired face, and she turns to N her child for tho sympathy which she , hns been denied elsewhere. Tho woman who sits on trial for her liberty today 'n the superior court, a curious admixture of traits which re pel even as they enlist sympathy, Is tho product of many years filled with domestic tragedy. If she is an unusual woman today. In her sorrow and trou ble, a woman whose characteristics aro often contradictory in thu face of tho ovldenco against her, she is none tho less one of tho members of a sorrowful sisterhood the women who aro the wives of fascinating men. And no hor story, because it Is also the story of others, corsoh tn thn in dividual chronicle of Elizabeth Blair I Mohr, one-time the Joyous "Lizzie" Blair, to bo held and kept from tho world. Tho very fact that there are so many other women who, suffering very -much ns Lizzlo Blair has done, will yet never find themselves In the plight which en gulfs her, makes of It a preachment. Therefore tho saga of her mlsory must bo told In full before a full understand ing of tho frail little prisoner may be obtained. Tho Kllzabcth Blair Mohr, accused accessory to murder, of today, was born In Norwich, Conn. Her family moving to Taunton soon after her birth, settled In tho "Wolr Vlllngo" end of the town. Her pnrcnts were moderately prosper ous, and Lizzie had the same sort of carefully protected girlhood as thou- anything In her earlv Ilfo which could! rorocast tho legacy of trial and sorrow which has fallen upon her. save that necdlepslv Lizzie Blair determined to go to work for herself. Although her parents were amply able nnd willing to tako caro of her. sho ob tained employment In a number of Taunton stores, and then, tiring of homo tics, wont to Providence, to com Dloto her educatlbn. Out of school at last Lizzlo Blair did not return to tho little town, where her parents still lived, but Instead obtained work in tho larger city (ho samo city whore today sho faces a Jury who may tako away from her all of tho coming years of her natural life. And It was shortly after this that her path and that of tho man whose murder She is nnw nr.tiaA.t t lH..l...l n . crossed. " w,..MKi..,g urm n,?.i!iiw?8 then. ,n tno comeliness of her wi, if-iS??"' b?ter ,00k'nf. sav those KSJX"nthitVhan at any t,mo ot her S? t?, ' JJcKw-ensville. Pa. A graduate X,"mor where his first marrlago took ?I c ui Th.e flrst Mrs Mohr was on KB"" L"8L union t vii V- that la 1897 h sud . New !?!-. I,,iy5.,.c,an..P a c"ae of having alienated his wlfn's infections. Shortly thereafter the man whose prac tice Wn'i1itl..j ... u z.,r. ..... allied tvlth the fahlonablo life of New- Tlfl 1t . rnni'fl1 1. .. & .. r. ir...: . r v" """ ""ciaj center ana attemntnrl tn a,tnhiui. .. .... , . failed, however, and set up an office In Provldonco Instead, where, still bound to his first wife, ho met and fascinated a voung department store buyer. Details of Lizzie Blair's marriage to the vntini? nhvaliinn .... t.-mii...i ...... --' " -. u.t.ii. aiV DlllllUUVU IIIUIC ?pt ,lca ,n , mystery, and during tho ii mi uuin mo prosecution and the de fense have hinted that each might rely StrnniTlV Hi-Will rt fHonlnallM U l cumstanccs in evidence. This much, However, is cicar: ur. Alolir. although married when he met her. awoke In tho girl a mad devotion which reckoned of nothing save Its own desires, und which carried her to his side when ho was free to marry her In spite of all opposi tion; nnd it is this same blind lovo wtilrh tlm .Qfatih it ll.wtn ffllnHj .t ......... ...w w.t.tl7 Ul JtUUUI- IDIUI1U I.UIUIV contends was responsible through Jeal ousy for tho plot which culminated In tho tragedy on the Barrlngton road. Jealousy Soon Marks Early Married Life Although marred by occasional con flicts, which sprang from her Jealousy, the early married life of Dr. Mohr and his second wife was happy, although he has been described as a man cold "and hard as steel, but potential of engen dering the most unreasoning interest in most of Hie women with whom he came in contact. i By 1905. Dr. Mohr was In the first flush of his lato prosperity and the foundation of his fortune, which has been estimat ed at $5(W.uw, was laid. In iUS, arter -two childien had been born to them C. Kranklln Mohr. Jr., now ten years old, and Virginia Blair Mohr, seven years old he bought a modest little house in -Newport. It was soon after that that the hand ot domestic tragedy settled upon the Mohr household. Apparently unmoved byhe memory of It, the trail little woman, after her nusband's death, told of the rift In the lute of her happi ness. She said. "Karly In IW the doctor struck me without warning while we wore at din ner. He gave ijie a terrible beating, j had to go to a sanitarum. The day after my mother died, in June, 190W, nc gave mo another beating .because i re mained nt my mothor's bedside instead ot keeping an appointment with him.' Hardly had she realized that whatever dreams of happiness she had fostered were doomed to bitter dissipation, the ugly specter of differences over finan cial matters reared Us head In tno Mohr household. At his marriage. Mrs. i-iuiu Btiya, no naa piaceu nis property In her name. Lately ho demanded that Phe return it to him, and, sho sajs. threatened her with bodily harm until she complied. In June. 1911. a brier In terlude or good feeling reigned between the physician and his wile, it was men with the lean years or small practice behind him. thnt C. Franklin Mohr, oy then the much sought after society doc tor, purchased as a Christmas presont for his wire, the magnificent estate at Newport, toward which ho- was speed ing with the Other Woman on the night that he met red death. Prom Christmas. 1911, until lato In 1913. Mrs. Mohr became more and more firm ly convinced that her husband was Plunging Into affairs of the heart with fwn-i nuuirii. ujiu ii. waa during mis time that his acquaintance with Emily Burger ripened. As time went by the changes which havo been so unexpectedly manifested In the character of tho frail little woman be gan to germinate. Separated from her husband early In 19H. Elizabeth Blair Mohr. outwardly still the charity worker and churchgoer, and apparently existing uncomplainingly beneath tho slights which had been nut upon her. moved to a little house across the street from Dr. (Mohr's town residence. There sho becamo a feminine Mordeeal sitting nt the gate of her king, a constant though silent reminder of all that had gone before. one which still lacked aught to raise It above a thousand other such domestic ucfcKvu urn, ji-w um uitii.4; ui Jlluuo laiuiia claims that In the little houso across the sirect irom mo aociors residence a frail and commonplace woman during long days and nights of vigil changed gradually to a vengeful being swayed by an Insano lovo for the man who had neglected her. and by an unreason- A Bowler Never Gets Appendicitis This absorbing sport brings into play every muscle of the bodv and sends the red blood coursing through the system. It's a body builder, a relentless enemy of "that tired feeling" and the King of Sports! Washington's Leading Bowling Alleys Cwilv3 7' Juft 3r National Capitol Bowling cademyf 916-18 G St. N.W. Frank Sherman, 1321 H St. N. W. Southeast Bowling Alleys, 743-45 8th St. S. E. Casino Bowling Alleys, Inc. (Veirs Bros.), 14th and T Sts. N. W. Grand Central Alleys 'and Billiard Parlors, Center Mar ket, 7th St. Wing. Ml Use Brunswick-Balke-Collender Alley Equipment Ing linto of Tho Other Woman, who on tho witness stand has claimed that there was nothing culpable In her friendship for Dr, Mohr. The prosecutors of the Comonwealth gb even farther. Undor tho biting ncld ot wrong, they declare, tho colorless Tylrd of a popular physlolnn in May, 1915. ,p!gan to consider tho doath of tho doc tor .as a gateway to release from hor Intolerable position. That oven then tho death plot had germinated far enough for her to glvo, to tho negro Brown money with which to buy the mritorcyclo Jto rode on, tho night, according to his coniession. no snot tno doctor; ana wai that followed was dun in thn nlmnat un believable and unsuspected cunning of ma ono-ume ueipiess wire. When ElUaboth "Blair Mohr appenrcil In court on January 10, arraigned sMo by aldo with tho two negroes whom tho police say confessed to having murdered Dr. Mohr at her bidding, and confronted by the testimony of Healls, who drove tho death car, the Uttlo woman pleaded "not jfullty' quietly and without emotion. Always fond of Jowelry she took hor piace Doiore tne "twelve good men anu truo" who aro. to dccldo her fa to with ino soraoreness or ner commonplace np pearnnco unrelieved by a single oma ment; a sharp contrast to The Other Woman' who took the stand a few days afterwards, her hands covered with Sintering and expensive gems. Of her apearanco, Mrs. Mohr has spoken but onco since tho murder, then It dovelopcd in tho testimony of Janes 15. Wallace, a constable, who took her from Providence to Warren, that sho said: "I havo had a- lot of trouble. Tho public doesn't know what I've suffered: what I've been through. I didn't kill tho doctor, but if anyone clso had suf fered ns I have they would have killed him long ngo. "What kind Of a trlrl in Mlsn Bur. ger?" tho constable asked her. "She's a bleached blond. I used to be a god looking woman before my trou ble, but I've failed a lot now." When she first entered tho courtroom sho was silhouetted, a frail tenso sha dow against tho glaring lights. Sho woro a dark Norfolk suit of severely plain cjit and trimmed witn fur. Her face was shadowed by a black sailor hat. And while tho wheels of justlco began to grind over tho traok which will lead to liberty or Ilfo lmprlaon- Ji .. QL,r?no droppcd.wlthout osten tation Into tho nlehn which alio since occupied I. For tho first few days of tllO trial Ilttln will, nun nt hnr im aha sat with her back squarely to the wiiumhb vino naa como to witness ner trial, many 0f them drawn perchance by tho likelihood of the introduction in i-v.iu-ugo ot -tno little red book" wnicn tho man Whom, munln.. mhn. lit nrctiBCd of having instigated, used In keeping But for all that Mrs. Mohr scorned . . "iKlng her arraignment with an air of Indifference, It soon becamo ap- Carent that new characteristics had eon fused lntn hm . mglf.lin whfll tho sixty veniremen from whom the -., t jii-ncu, were caueu. ,,A" ch man was questioned, Mrs. Mohr aird her lawyers selecting those who are now engaged In deciding the q Mtlon of her liberty. When that ordeal was overf however, .?. ,,,l,P8Cd again Into a composuro which has been broken since then only ny the Introduction of vital evidence. 8ho -seldom glances In the direction of the handsomely gowned women who nnv thronged tho court upon the ex- Scc,"tlon of hearing deciphered tho ca nllstlc code in "tho Uttlo red book" which may spell a monster rattling of skeletons in select Newport closets. Spectator At Own Trial And Real Mother At Home Sho never looks toward her co-defendants at all. For all that Is apparent to tho contrary during most of tho time she might be the veriest disin terested spectator at the trial which means so much to her. At liberty at least temporarily upon heavy bond, she spends the Interim be tween tho sessions of the court at her home, where Elizabeth Blair Mohr, the mother. Is uppermost. Last night sho sat In tho living room with her two children. Out beyond the (Continued on Page Fourteen.) 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