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THE HARTFORD HERALD I'AC.B THKRIB. x y x K U t & a? L' at s 1 TO HER ji LIVING Says Evelyn NesbitThaw Of Her Future. DELIVERS SENSIBLE. TALK Does Not Excuse Herself For the Part She Played ' In the Past. IS NOT A VICTIM OK PASSfON London, Juno 20. Despite the protests of an Important section of the English public nnd several Lon don newspapers, MrB. Evelyn Nes blt Thaw goon will appear on the British stage. She has a contract for a season in vaudeville In Lon don at $5,000 per week. .Airs. Thaw doesn't like It because ro many people have protested against her appearance here. She nays she Is only trying to earn her G0M6 EARN living. In a recent Interview with Court of Appeals' recent decision a representative of the London Dal- on the shipment of liquor into Ken ly Sketch she said In part: tucky are rife, after the contents of "As to my plnns, I am going to the opinion have 'been scanned by earn my living. That Is all. You 'egal eyes. Attorneys for tho rail might, say I left the Ftago to better roads and express companies espec mysclf and I am returning to the 'ally are Interested, as the attorneys btage to better myself. The Daily for the Adams Express Company, Sketch attacked me because It arguing the case from Whitley be thought I wanted to make capital fore the Court' of Appeals, said out of my association with a trag- their company was harassed on the edy. If you only know how little I one hand by local .officials, who want to be associated with the past! threatened indictment if It carried I never excuse myself for the part Honor Into "dry" territory and I lUayed. You would not expect threatened with suits by the liquor me or other women to excuse them- dealers If It refused. selves because In their childhood thy eiu Mown ui with nitroglyc erin. A monk seeking the philos opher's stone, found gunpowder to his cost. Thousands, of women i-eeking the philosopher's stone that would change their world have dis covered that high explosives are dangerous. "Some well-meaning person has described me as a victim of pas sion. I suppose passion has Its vic tims, but 'victim Is a word I loathe. As love Is the steam of life that works the machinery of the world, so passion is a sure indi cation of defective capacity. "1 do not complain that I was not told things when I was a child. I thank Cod my childhood was free from all stress. I was supremely happy. I was fifteen years old when I went bn the stage and I was a child In thought and experi ence. ".Men used to come along and take me out men of all ages to supper and dinner. It was the fin est kind of fun. I had two pas sions, one for chocolates and one for mechanical toys, and I suppose for two years I was the greatest Joke 'in New York. "I do not sit In Judgment and say these men were evil; it is not for me to- Judge them. If I regret ted my life I should regret much happiness. I don't want to tell you about my own troubles. I can say only this, that I think big sor rows glvo one a sense of humor. They certainly bring an apprecia tion of exactly what Is happening around us. y'Tho first thing I did when the Thaw trial was over was to gather from nil over tho world accounts of similar trials In which women had figured. T settled myself down to read steadily through all the ac counts of these trials with one ob ject, that was to discover what had become of tho woman. And I found that of all those women who had gone out, some sank from the sheer weight of humiliation and fome found snatches of happlnes3 In excesses some drank, some took drugs, but they all wont down, down, down. That was the lesson 1 learned frpm reading these trials nnd when I learned It I said: " 'EvelynThaw, there must be nn other way,' and all that these wom en did I determined not to do. I have no bad habits. I have no hab- QUININE AND IflOH-THE MOST EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Combines both In Tasteless form. The Quinine drives out Malaria and the Iron builds up the System, For Adults and Children. Vou know what you are tuldng when you take GROVU'S TASTELKSS chill TONIC, recognizeil for 30 years through out the South as the stuudard Malaria, Chill and Fever Remedy and General Strengthening Tonic. It is asstrong as the strongest bitter touic, but you do not leste the bitter because the ingredients do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis lolvereudily in the acids of the stomach. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean It. 50c. There is Oply One "HROMO 12U1NINE" Thut is LAXATIVE 15ROMO QUININE Look Ut signature of E. W. GROVJI oa cvry bcs. Cures Cold in One Day. 25c. Its which have a weakening tend-) ency upon my wl'l, I wanted to. know nil that was worst. And the weman who tin say, 'I know the worst,' hns her feet upon tho first rung of the ladder which leads to 'lapplncss. "It la a pretty senseless thing to say what you would do If you had your llfo to live over again. To sit on the roof and have misgivings about tho foundations does not mekn for happiness. If I wore to bo asked if I had tho choice wheth er I should be born beautiful and wicked or plain and good, 1 don't think I should bo born at all. "As to Mr. Harry Thaw, I have nothing to Bay. I am satisfied that at moments he; was quite mad. I have notlllng but sorrow for him." NEW LIQUOR DECISION CAUSES MUCH DOUBT Leaves Carriers To Determine Whether Shipment Is To Be Used Legally. Frankfort, Ky June 21. Con- Jectures as to the effect of the The position of the court Is gen orally approved as 4egally - sound; but whether it leaves the common carriers In any better position than lmfnra fa nllnct Innoil It makes the question of whether the carrier Is I violating the law, depend upon j whether the consignee Intends to! nut It tn leirni nr nieirii nsn if lm intends tn use It for his nersonnl enjoyment the common carriers , "K 1 Micro, in ix.m. tie mariied candidates were, elected to make It fsgfi&Gj may deliver the Unuor to him wItb-Helen Frances, the youngest tlaugh- decidedly improbable that "Illg - out danger, providing it is shipped " of the lato Oeorgo Stiles Rellly. jiusiness" will get everything it -from a point outside the State; but , IIe attended Cheltenham College, wants in the future by merely ask-I are guilty of a breach of the law "! schools In 'Cermany and iK ror t. " j If it is shipped from any place In France. He went to the front ilurc when the dual votes were count-' Kentucky. The decision is genur-i'"B tho n(-'i' Wil" as a correspond- , rjose w.l8 elected, and for t he ally regarded as putting it to the cut and reported the siege, of Mafe- flrst tlne in the history of Los Au carriers to determine whether the '"'B- H ws a correspondent lnK,.t.s, the Socialists had one of conslLMiee is iroliiir to usn the rnn- China In the Boxer crisis in 1902.'i,ir ,,,,,i.i- Vrmi r. viw.w.r n slgnment lawfully for his own use or engage in "bootlegging," and leaving It as a question of fact in each case for the jury n .ior.i.tn ." .t-..v. whether the law has been violated by the carrier or not. . Itcst T,nfitlve Old men and for the Aged. women need of a laxative more than young folks, but It must be safe and harm . less and one which will not cause pain. Dr. King's New Life Pills are especially good for the aged, for they act promptly and easily. Prlco 2'ic. Keeommended by James H. Williams. m (Advertisement.) (YneroiiK. A farmer toy and his best girl were sented In a buggy one evening In town watching the people pass. Kear by was aN popcorn vender's stand. Presently the lady remarked: "My, that popcorn smells good!" "That's right." said tho gallant. "I'll drive up a little closer so you can smell It better." . To Prevent Blood Poisoning , apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR.! PORTHR'S ANTISRPTIC HEALING OlL.aaur. cical tlresainc that relieves pain and heals at the same time. Not a liniment. rSc.SOc 11.00. m i Appeariuices', "John," bald Mrs. Crosslots, "we'll havo to have a lot of new furniture." "Hut you surely don't want to buy It now. Wo are going to move on the first of the month." "That's Just It. Wo couldn't think of having this shabby old out fit stood out on the sidewalk for the neighbors to inspect." Washing ton Star. RELIEVES PAIN AND HEALS AT THE SAME TIME The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptls Healing Oil. An Antiseptic o'rPe?"1" kcove""r 01dR.R.Surgcon,PreventsBlood foisoning. Thousandsof families know italready, tho pl'onogr'iph, is the Abou Hen and a trial will convince you that DR. Adhem of the bunch, with Theo- K?rU?E5S ANTISEPTIC HBAUNO dore Rooievelt a poor fourth. An OIIv is the most wonderful remedy ever ,,,, .,. ,,,,, , ,, discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old Sores, tlTQ.w Carneglo Is third. An odd Ulcers, Carbuncles, Granulated Eye Lids, feature of this ridiculous business Sore Throat. Skin or Scalo Diseases and Is that John II. Patterson, nf rnuli all wounds and external diseases whether InniirniSSM remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist Wetnenn it. 25c, 60c, $1.00 I PERILS HE WENT Safely, Only To Die By His Own Hand. PENNILESS.CUTSJ0WN THROAT Was a Famous War Corres pondent and Made a Fine Record. IjlHTfltK TOUR WAS KAIM'ltK Thc New York World says: Because his lecture tour of the United States and Canada had not proved a success, and he was with out funds and unable even to pay his hotel bill, Angus Hamilton, F. It. G. S., of London, war corres pondent and author, took his own life In his apartments at the Hotel St. Louis, No. 34 West Thirty-second street, yesterday morning by cutting his throat with a razor, On a table was a Jewel box with this note attached: "Please return to .Mrs. Angus Hamilton, 13 Cath erine street, Hucklngham (late, Loudon, S. W." Another package containing manuscripts was ad dressed to "Mr. Parsons, to be call ed for." Hamilton went to the St. Louis three weeks ago from the Astor, where he had been staying. Ho cnnie to New York February 13 from London to lecture on the Bul garian war and opened his tour at Carnegie Hall on February 10, Os car Straus introducing hi in to his audience. Afterward he lectured i llrnoklyji. and... Ooston. . Jnit American audiences did not appear to be .interested after the war closed. He was born In London, the son l i't- Jonn Angus Misiungton Hamilton of the Second West hull- i ana Regiment. His mother after- i ward became the wife of Sir Arthur -.-. ... . ... . THROUGH MAN , reported the Soniallland troubles Incumber of the City Council. i U0.1;tho Ilalkan-Macedonlan troub- wlt), Hose elected, the Cood , ,es tlle san,e year, the Russo- (Jovernment forces are mourning. i Japanese war In 1904-.. nnil was - . - ' " Rll In nearly every linpor- taut clash of arms anywhere In the world In the yenrs following up to i 1912, when he went to Eastern Eu- reel tneiroI) aR War corresnondont for the Centmi Amnnv of i.,..inn i i ..-..-, . ........ ... I the Balkan war. . Hamilton was taken prisoner in iitini oi Limiuija ami ,was nearly ministration to which It Is enti oxecutcd as a Turkish spy, when be tied." was able to Identify himself and Although Rose had the support was saved. of no newspaper, his majority was He was a good writer, an inter- about 9,000 out of 89,000 votes esting talker, and had gone success- ca8t, fully through all sorts of hardships ' ..' and adventures. He had many Worker Appieclale.s ThN. medals for brave conduct and in w,n- Morris, a resident of Klor-, 1904 was commanded to appear at once' Oregon, says: "For the last' llucklnghani Palace for a private fourteen years my kidneys nnd audience with King Edward. He ''lndder Incapacitated me for all1 was thlrty-flvo years old. l ! .The Itrilliiuit Stars of June. 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Ol'll MOST VATA7A.!Ii.'. rrnzKX who is in:-: Tho Independent, ordinarily it discreet nnd maidenly publication,' which would novor think of appear-' Ing In a Journalistic s'lt skirt, has been Indulging In u reckless refer- enilum to determine which of the i 100,000.000 of our citizens Is the most valuabK limiting thoso of i secondnry importance, to nine 'Ten thousand names were sent In ,, rhomw A ,.:dls(m . ,, of ,. . . , ,..ii.i ,. .tw ihvi. iMiia ) o tuii'uiiniuiti IUI I register und Sherman law fame. ,7,a',, respectable run. although 'H '"'' 10t Pet '" tho money. The ver' obvious answer to this non- EfnFO ,H '1B 'ho O'Pa of pereon v. to in willing to make out a list of - -'r"- ,Jfsf -"rn-i lour 10 most valuable citizens li one I whose opln'on Is without the tdicjit i I nlnr liar e finrl I a ri.lv nnaat. .I.... :. .:..::'.: . l . t u- ay oi uiMiis rignr is ion :eii in yie laws of chance. Such a list, to be exact, should lie headed "Our Most Aihert Ned Citizen," for that In reality Is what It amounts to. Certain lines of achievement, like ball playing, are susceptible1 to mathematical demonstration of ef ficiency, but to take the vague term "valuable" and try to llpure a bat ting average out of It Is a fool's task. Any such comparative esti mate Is made on personal enthus iasm bred out of the news columns or the Sunday supplements of the newspapers and Is Just as valuable as a popular vote on tho proper way to havo one's hair cut. There are, strange to relate, things that the majority cannot settle. Seattle I'ost-Intelllgencer. LOS ANGELES ELECTS SOCIALIST AS MAYOR Also City Councilman Of Same Party "Big Business" Suffers Defeat. Los Angeles, Cal June 20. Af ter staggering along for many years under the burden of a "Illg Musi-1 ness" administration which refused I the common everyday worker a s,i;are deal, this city, the Pacific Coast stronghold of the money i clique, has tossed Into the discard i the Uig (Justness administration nnd rlcctcd Fred C. Wheeler, a So cialist, as a Councilman, and Police Judge II. H. Hose as .Mayor. ' Judge Rose had no newspaper, support, while his opponent, John ! Slicnk. was the candidate of most ' of the newspapers; Indorsed by a I municipal conference of "I!lg ISua-1 Ini'sn" iidhpreiils. mill war irennrnllv coicMled to be tho next .Mayor of the Angel City. The keynote of the campaign was "sn(, nlfi cty froln the Sothlists, but If It has been "saved." It Is m linrtioninrir nvi.inm t iir...mi !i itinn;rli IiuleiiPiiilent eniiiiplliniiiile P.Tyj; i.... .i, i i .,.... ..i ., n.... i.... irui nicit; is ti Miihi; h-uiciii iii.il in rejoicing that the "long hairs" have iost out. Mayor-elect Hose ha8 lBSUC(1 lx statement in which he,"Clllt. lall Oil IIS WllCn 111 ei.. ti.o. t, ,,,,uu . i. fn,.,.i. nnorl nf tvorlr in rinr lino ,. n i, .,... ,i .i ... r- ' ... ' . . ..'.,.. inuivuiuiii or cuque. iiiui 10 give j,08 Angeles the clean, moral, eco- nornlcal. business, non-nollticnl ad- work. About eight mouths ago 1 llAfrnn uotticr T.1otr ll.ln.., Tltla nml ' t,M.. uauih w.v,p -..v . ...a, ,,ii. , , j ! ,,ley "ave dono wnat other niedl- i ' rnwi failed to do, and now I am j ! doing and feeling line. 1 heartily .An....n...1 1?..1n.. l."l.l.. fltll.. M I . "" ... ...,. " lJ ....... Foley Kidney Pills do not contain hnblt-formlng drugs and aro tonic. ,l noting, quick in results. They w" ell any case of kidney trou-l '''0 not beyond the reach of medl- ('l,,e- F" S!lo l)y ' dealers m (Advertisement.) Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S O A STO R I A (Advertisement.) furicii! Teacher Who can tell me of two famous men who were hoys to- Kethcr? Johnny Siiart Hoy 1 can. 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