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1 Mar 1912

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1 Mar 1912

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Detroit Times (Newspaper) - March 1, 1912, Detroit, MichiganWith punishment dots Mode harm than cd Sims Mother of victim Tif or. Von Dine whose son was hanged devotes life to saving others Froit Tope a does not save boys % innocent families suffer a thou Sand times greater than the victim 031. Y a x Tsatis Nill i pit a Iii link Rit the al Alt that Tirch u capital arc main Michigan. Minnesota. Lyls Cousin. Rhode pm my am Kansas. Of Orcuilo shoe u / mrs Mary Neidermeyer soes insane after son is hanged. I ? ? Llo work As a seamstress away from one. But. Even though he was a Bandit. A hold up Man a murderer at l of he always loved me. It was to me hat he confessed his crime month before the police arrested him. In he running Battle in which he was aught he threw up his hands at last ind said i give up. 1 want to see nyc Mother again before you kill me. On the night before he was hanged 1 took Poison to him. In his cell my told him to take it but he put his iras around me and said. Mother dont want the blame to be on your shoulders. If i must die let the state to it and so i kissed him Good Bye and they hanged him. There were three of be mothers Lary Neidermeyer Johanna Marks myself. None of us knew the hers until our bogs were arrested Lus Marks Peter Neidermeyer Aad a boy Harvey went to school to Gether and Gus and Peter used to ome Over to our House where i Hail tatted up a workshop for Harvey to keep him at Home while i was work but you wanted to know what to Flannings did to the families. Yell one Day six months after the aging mrs Marks sent for me. We and become acquainted during the rial and our two boys had been tried Side by Side. I went to mrs. Harts a Home and found her Only Aughter Hattie Stark mad. Theirl had tied knots in the hem of her Kirt and insisted that each knot rep resented the sins of the world. Mrs. Larks was nearly insane. Hattie be Anae violently insane while i was Here and picked up a knife. She varied to avenge her Brothers oath i called the police and Hattie As taken to an Asylum where she i today. One Day. When i got Home from \ Ork. I found a note saying that mrs. Lder Meyer had been arrested for it ing a policeman. 1 went to the Lokee station and found her there she had attacked a police Tan on the Street to avenge her ones death. About every two or Irea weeks after that she would be rested for assaulting a policeman n the Street. I used to go to the Arlous police stations and secure or release the police a led her. Nee the next door neighbors Hung no a out of a w window to taunt her. He children used to qty her disgrace her on the streets. Finally 1 took or into my own Home and there we to mothers bore our Burden of Sor jew together until Ahe died a year go. Her wits almost gone. Had one insane. One tiny Paul Marks a brother of us came to my Home and Bald. Irs. Van Dine t want to ask your it was 1 who taught your by How to shoot with a revolver. Hen he began to talk in a rambling a. About the awfulness of hanging saw he had gone crazy. The next be Wen upstairs la his Home and i Lei himself with a revolver. Of Ray mind had not been a Strong to i would have gone insane too. I but. From the very rust 1 determined hat toy Bey should not have died in Vuin and that ills death would Only urge Ine on in the fight against capita punishment. I ii going Mode Ivoun he rest of my life to it. For one thing the punishment of the families through Caplat punish Vieni is too terrible. You see what pin Ahmer did to the trib hers Bud relatives of Gus Marks and Peter Neidermeyer but capital punishment does not deter. Boys in a great City Dionise bandits. I stood with my boy Jin his Coll one time when another boy came to the grating and said. Javan Dine we All Admire you. Youve got lots . Capital punish ment May deter a thoughtful Mam Over 25 years of age. From murder but it does not hold Back a wild by. And life imprisonment would hold Buck a urn Over 25 As Well As capital punishment. A a Mommi ? ? crowd demands action in plays says Mathews must be something doing All the time to meet popular taste so Busy were pencils in the Church of our father thursday evening v Hen prof. Blander Mathews gave a lecture on the Craft of play Mak Nik. As to suggest that Detroit bit be a veritable hot bed of play Reg to that would be. Men and women pc Uig Aid old. Hero and there in the Audi ence. Which filled the lower hour of the Church jotted Down with eager faithfulness the words of Wisdom which fell from the professors lips lit might have been quiz a in co Lumbia University with the professor occupying Bis accustomed Post in the chair of dramatic literature. Whether who took such copious notes know any Mure today about How to Wilu a play than they did yesterday an Moon is another question. J a person May be a great poet Afine writer and yet Boa lamentable failure a a playwright should he turn hit self to that work declared prof. Mathews. One has to master the fundamentals of play making and they Are much the same whether in Shakespeare. Ibsen. Pinero or Belasco before one can undertake to turn out the finished product. To reverse an old saying a play is not born it is made. In Short Ore must learn the Craft of play making the same As one learns the fundamentals of ? Arete ring or bricklaying. The object of a play to be Success Ful. Must be first last and always to please the audience. Victor Hugo declared an audience to be a crowd made it of three element the crowd standing for action the women. Asking for passion and senti ment the thinkers demanding Char Acter and purpose. The crowd is the largest element in the parlance of the Day. It wants something doing All the time. By action i do not mean physical action loud shouting or noise but conflict of movement of purpose among the characters in the play. Bernsteins play the thief a is an example of action in spoken words the second act being made up almost wholly of a conversation be tween the husband and wife in every moment of which there is something doing a play must Deal with a human will and it must be self contained. The elder Dumas was asked once How to write a play und replied by dear sir. It is very simple perfectly simple. The first act must be Clear the last Short and All of the acts interesting prof. Mathews cited Shakespeare s Richard Iii. As one of the bards poorest literary efforts and yet one of Hia most successful plays simply be cause of the dominating character of Richard and Antony and Cleopatra As one of the most finished and Beautiful plays in English literature from a literary standpoint and one of the most unsuccessful with the Public. When i go to a play to study it and find that my pulse is not affected in the least i know the reason the hero or the heroine has no mind of his own there is nothing doing in other words said prof. Mathews. That is the difference Between Rich Ard and Marc Antony the former is All action and the latter All irresolute Ness. Shakespeare at his Best was a master of exposition. He was the be Lasco of his time. A playwright to be successful must write for the taste of his time. To properly appreciate greek drama or the Ells Bethean drams one most transpose one s consciousness to the period in which the plays were written and Endeavor to sense the conditions under which the dramas or comedies were written and presented. In other words the dramas of another age cannot be judged by the standards of this moment. The modern theater expects representation that s Why Belasco succeeds. A play must be full of the unexpected and the unexpected when it happens new Monarch of seas is Steamer titanic will carry 5.000 persons i / j \ i j Only the other Day the Lusitania and the Mauretania a were the world wonder Sisters of the briny deep. Now they must yield the Palm to a pair of Marine twins the of Yraola and the titanic. This pair has just been filled out by the completion of the titanic the olympic being al Roady in commission. The titanic which is shown tie ref lying at the Dock at Belfast preparatory to her trials is 882 feet Long and of 92 feet beam. She is nearly 100 feet longer than any other ship in the world except her sister Anil her tonnage4s,, 13,000 in excess of that of the biggest of rival liners. Her engines 50.000 horsepower Are both Turbine and reciprocating Are expected practically to eliminate vibration. Bho has accommodations for 5.000 passengers. She Cost 17.500,000. The titanic is not a Speed Marvel she makes but 21 knots As against Mauretania is 25but she is the last word in the Way of com fort and luxury in Iran Atlantic travel. She will go on the new York Southampton run in the White Star ser vice. Must be made to seem the Only logical thing that could have happened. In closing prof. Mathews declared the Craft of play making to be the most democratic of arts. The lecture was Given under the auspices of the society of arts and crafts and attracted an audience from literary and artistic circles. In the afternoon prof and mrs. Mathews were tendered a reception in the rooms of the society and following Tho lecture or. Mathews was the guest of the members of the University club at supper. She wanted peace Ivai a employment agent Why did you leave your inst place maid the couple had Only Ben mar ried a month and i could t stand the love making. Agent Well Here h a Chance in a House where the couple have been mar ried 10 years. Maid thatus too Long. 1 like peace and quiet. To Alnemy like printing. No fuss and no feathers. The Plain neat kind that Lenks right. Time printing cos. 15 John . Main 140$ or City 3t85. Strong argument senator Bailey Baa come out against woman suffrage. We expected this of Bailey it was the thing for Bailey to do. Wed have done it in bailey4 place. He Hope to make women smell violets where it was Coal Oil. Neither could we. Bailey could put on a fleece run about bleating and make men mistake him for a sheep. But woman would spot him for a Goat Evar time. We Are glad that Bailey is against the women. We Are glad that he Sayrs he is. You can Hunt up a lot of mean things to say against women in poli tics. But you cant honestly claim that they Are responsible for Bailey. He is the strongest argument for woman suffrage that walks on two legs and heaven knows there Are a lot of such argument that to per ambulate in politics. Gets his Board free there was never but one guest at the s Here hotel that Atung me while i was on the Job the landlord confided. Several have beat us but not while i was awake. But this Here Feller certainly got one on me. Say he s Livin Here yet an he Ain t never paid me a cent. Why dont i collect Hia Bill How can i wait till 1 Tell you. Head been stopping Here for near two months when l approached him on the Subjeck of getting something on account. He was cheerful. I was polite. Finally i got mad and put it up to him straight. " Young Man a says i. You can t leave this hotel till you pay your Bill. Will you put that in Woltin a says he. And before i snowed what i was doing i done it Cleveland Plain dealer. N v hours a a. A Lanarus in. A. Cherry \ sat. Evening till in. M i sunday. By appointment. Atte adapt. La / or. Edward l. Moore painless chiropodist toe Nail with proud flesh suite 300, 220 Woodward ave. Menus 4100 a omens clothing clothing per week to we Ell both men s and a omens clothing on easy payments. Of can Drexl � and never miss the Money. Simply come to our i store select what pleases you most and ask for easy payments. Come tomorrow. Saturday. Try out easy payment plan. We will Trust you. Sq/wrsj73 and 75 Michigan Avenue the Detroit times Friday. March 1. 1912, i will shift to i Beverly of Baguio during inclement season by Dorothy Stanhope. Manila p. 1., March 1.match 1 the seat of philippine government will move from Manila to Baquol the sum mer capital where it will remain until july 1. That is the most disagreeable Jurne of year in Manila Laguio is 170 Niles North of Manila beautifully located among High mountains at an Altitude of 6,000 feet. Baguio is a filipino word meaning High wind and 14 Well Given to this Highland capital. Despite the wind the climate is delightful it gives one fresh vigor after a Long stay in the tropical lowlands. Winter clothing is always in order fires Burn constantly and three blankets at night is none too Many. Five Hundred government employees Are transferred to Baguio each year to conduct official business. They Are housed and fed at government expense. Many civilians spend part of the season at the summer capital while the governor general and com manding general Are there. Avery attractive hotel accommodate these guests. The Bureau of Public works has made a Beautiful Park of the whole place resembling Central Park new York. Dally trains run from Manila and fridays there is a special for week end visitors. It is 18 Miles from the Railroad Sta Tion to Gargulo Over the most noted Road in the archipelago. Terrific storms have put this Highway entirely out of commission several times making it necessary to use a Trull in Stead. The worst damage in its his tory Watt Flonna last fall. When portions of it were destroyed for considerable distance. At one place a Bridge Cross ing a Ravine 160 feet above a Stream was buried a Hundred feet deep by a landslide. There was not time to re build the Road solidly before Marcu 1, a a temporary Means of travel has been constructed. The govern ment attaches will probably return Over the Trail after the Rainy season begins. A line of automobiles operates Over the Road carrying passengers to and from trains it is claimed to be the most unique system in the world. The natives of this Section Are Igo rotes. Many were once head Hunt ers but Are now civilized Farmers. In the Vicinity Are also a number of american Farmers formerly United states volunteers. There is an army Post Here also permanent Camp where school teach ers seek rest and recreation during the vacation Mouths. During the official presence Baguio is very Gay with All of the diversions of a fashionable resort. There Are attraction for every taste and they Are not confined to the four months of official reign. The season really begin the is of Jan uary and closes the 31st of december. Syo $132 always suspect your stomach a copy of our diet Book con Taining much useful information will be sent free upon request to any address. Or. Williams Pink pills an sold by All druggists or will a i a Gnu postpaid Orr re rpt n Price 60 cents per Box so boxes $2.50, by the or. Williams Medicine company Schenectady y. Question How can i make friends for clean journalism a a answer by telling your mer chant that you saw his advertisement in the times. Cash Deposit with your application for membership in the Story a Clark piano club will place in your Home a full Solza fully guaranteed piano like Cut. This is an unusual offer full year term of music lessons Given free to those sending in applications within ten Days this piano will Cost too 5132 As a club member if you bought it through dealer in regular Way the Price would be $250. 1 j i $132 pay the balance on this piano $1 per week or $4 a month remember one years free music lessons will be Given if application is sent in at once special arrangement made to give Lee one to out of town buyers. If you can t Call with your application Sond it by mail and Stato what Wood you wan. A in Kohv a cd the fiasco co., 13 grand River ave., Detroit Rich. I herewith enclose ii As first payment on the new piano which is to Cost me 1112 As a the balance i will pay 11 per week or $4 per month. It is further agreed that the piano la to of sent to my Home at once and till one year free music to commence As soon As Plano is Oliv ered in my Home. A. It is also understood that if the piano is not satisfactory in every Way when placed in my Komi urn the same can be returned and my Deposit refunded to me. Asa club member 1 also have the privilege of selecting any other piano or player piano a Yau Ware Roorda and receive the Tamo inducements on same m. K. Ai 4 name address mail or bring in your application at once. Story & Clark piano cos. 33 grand River Avenue Detroit if your digestion is out of or j Der you May have symptoms that will mislead you into think ing you have heart disease kid Ney trouble some nervous or blood disorder. Better look to your stomach first. It is Here that the blood gets its nourishment j if the digestion is disordered the blood will be out of order. Poor digestion fills the blood with poisons. This impure blood poisons every tissue of the body. The dyspeptic awakes in the morning with a Dull heavy head and is irritable melancholy Blue end., dizzy because the brain nerves and Muscles have been poisoned " from the stomach. Mrs m. A. Hardy a Fanner s wife on r. F. D. No. 3. Carmel. Me., says a Little Over a year ago i was suffering terribly with stomach trouble. Tea attack came on me suddenly while 1 wan in a run Down condition. My stomach was so weak that 1 could eat nothing but Broth and Gruel. There waa a constant Sharp pain through my stomach which waa so severe at times that i could hardly get my breath. My stomach was sour and Gas formed on it in such Large quantities that it almost choked me when i belched it up. I had no desire for food of any kind. My heart Palmitate a and there was a sort of neuralgia pain around it. It had dizzy suffocating spells and sick headaches As often As three times a week. While my headache lasted i could not work. One Day 1 read in a paper that or. Williams Pink Plua for Pale people were Good for stomach trouble and soon began taking them. Few boxes afforded me Relief and 1 continued with them Unhul cured. I have never had any trouble with my stomach since and recommend or. Williams Pink pills to anyone suffering As i did. Or. Williams Pink pills for Pale people strengthen the stomach purify the blood and tone up the nerves. They give a healthy appetite a Good digestion and cheerfulness. Their tonic action is general throughout the body. They banish All the disagreeable symptoms by removing their cause. It Isnit necessary to Experiment. Start today to use or. Williams Pink pills for Pale people the remedy that has cured others. ? a ? ,gm�ls2tal3eiil&eam\ Vvs 1 a win i bid Ash / for so Page seven

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