June 4, 1907

She Promises to Stay Away From
Kansas City, Mo., for One Year.

Mrs. Amanda Newbry, of Kansas City, Kas., has been paroled from the workhouse by Mayor Beardsley with the understanding that she is not to visit Kansas City, Mo., for one year. Mrs. Newbry was fined $500 in police court for sending telephone messages and letters to the wife of a street contractor. The arrest of Mrs. Newbry followed on the complaint of the wife. She was sent to the workhouse for one year, and her children and husband, who are held in high esteem in Kansas City, Kas., appealed to Mayor Beardsley for her release from the workhouse.