CHIEF OF POLICE DETECTIVES IS SET B
MERCURY REACHES 92, BUT RELIEF IS SURE
H-KTIII!Hm,onM. Probable To-alght or PtM.
" Circulation Books Open to AM."
JL JaL .
PRICE ONE CENT.
COOL WEATHER DUE
HERE TO-NIGHT; HEAT
STILL GREAT TO-DAY
High Humidity Adds to Heat Tor
ture, and More Deaths and Prostration-
Are Reported Show
ers in the West
RECORD OF THE
THE WEATHER TO DAY.
lew York Partly oluucly. ooattn
ui .: ji VNtttr; Ciurilar Bhcwe.i
to-night or Irtrtay klfkt Ught vari
able! wlndn; cooler to-night.
e a. is.
7 A. K
8 A. It
9 A. ST
TO A. fit
11 A. M.
1 P. at-
a p. K
s r. m
Tha temper,-;, rc aro the official flgurea of tha Weather Baraan, taken
cr. the tweoty-nlbtg Toor of tha WMter.aU Building, overlooking tha Lay, uil
pan to every b-.-cer that Uovi,
( But the UM hi meter uiitalda of Varry'a Pharmacy la tha Pulitzer
' Building, on Park Tiow, befcra which the rart current of downtown hutuan
! Ity bound for Brooklyn -it . eveiy evening, had reached 107 degreee at S
e'OaOgl and wa ning. Tola waa the real temperature of tha city atreeta,
wnloh ha J been a ! up heat all day.
HEA1 DEATHS TO-DAY.
AHEARN, JAMES, ifd fifty, a pedrt-onkd clerk, of No. 502 West Sev-entv-sevenih
.-'.reel, prostrated at his home and died.
BARRY, IACK, aged tifiv-tive, overcome in Central Park and taken to
Presbyterian Hospital, w here he died.
CLANCY, JAMES J., aged sixty, a printer, overcome early this morn
ing In 'he Glenmore Hotel, No. 3 Chatham Square, anJ died th-.re.
CLOUGH, Wli.i.iAM, aged fifty-five, a hotel keeper at Ninety-seventh
Street and Seventh avenue, Brooklyn; shot himself at home, being
driven desperate by the heat.
G1RHERDT, MARY, aged six months, of No. 613 Second avenue, died
at her home thl motsing from neat exhaustion.
GRIGGS, ANN , aged sixty-nine, if Nr.. 564 Lexington avenue, Brook
lyn ; overcome at home and died.
MARSHALL, HI NRY W, aged forty, i f No, :iss Second avenue, over
come at his home and died in fre Reception Hospital.
M'CARTHY EU iENE, aged 4o. address unknown; overcome by heat
while workli on ladder on South street; fell 3o feet and was in
M'GOVF-RN. JAMES, aged Rboul - evenly, of No. 64 East One Hundred
and Third street, prostrated at his home and died.
M'NAMARA, DEI I A, aged thirty-five, of No. 413 West Fiftieth street,
overcome by heat at her home and died.
WTORKHY. WILLIAM, aged forty, of No. 214 East Twenty-second
street, collapsed and died at his home.
Flrnt or nil, the lOCAl Wr-tithor llu-
roau wentr-a to Inform the peoplo of
NOW York to-day tli.it If they could
stand the heat until t D niKlit all
would be aotl ntll tho next heat
wave itrlKM ub i no oracasi mr
to-morrow Ih that tho UmpofwtUrO
will at no time exceed elKlu-llve
, oroe an l mav not no tlllb. It
I UN been irom ton to llftecii d6fjr00f 1 per4tur4 were ma.le at aome atAUoM In
I Igher every lay since Sunday. he O Valley '-xlay. Much
A atorm touring from the OrOtA I rll4f t bolno Alfordod 'rong htfh
I ik-4 to the QhU of St. Lawrence lreure area with lower temp, rut lira
lias already relieved the States to tho ' l moving ea.n. over the Ml
,rth tad west of UB. Tlio MUsla- ""'rl nd UppT Mlllppl valley, am!
eli.nl Valley Is Mil of wandering ' 1
nW ... . ,. M' "Showon have heen ipjile eneral in
ibundewtonaa which coo) tho g0UlhBril NVbr.,HUil, Nl-th,rn Kfc.ilMi
met which are fortunate enough to , ,n , ilt, ,,, ,-,, .. UlU rrirln, nu
be Id their path. i from Rattan Ttsna tMtwnrd throdrh
But the good new about to-morrow lt,,n hell to Western CI or ft a,
was aboil all that could ennblo any- "Th temperature In thl vicinity,
bod! to face to-day's prospect with will he near the 9c dOfroo mark aaa n
, Bf)rt nf nerve. The proinlso of tnt aftornoon, Out ppr1ably SO0lr
uy sort oi B4 v we.iO.cr Ih IndteatOd for l'YI.lay an.l a
the early morning was foi a day t ,,tl,ini tu , w may he m
hotter than the Fourth of July, and to-nlfht Tim 4athar w:n he sener
NOMO far worse, in hUBldlty tlutn ally fair, but brief looal thunder ihoar.
tny dav of tlio prOMOt torrid wave. M are prubal.le late lO-nllhl or Krl
any (lay oi w I day, The wind will he in. .derate to
The lists of deaths and pr.i.t ration uk weBl , northW4t."
...Ban early and lengthened with' The foUowlnj I4mprturl were re
atavrJIn I Ulidlty. I corded thl morniiiK Albany, K: At-
Thl temperature at 9 o'clock wa. H. Jjf0 City. 7fi; Iloeton Ml Buffalo, M
, i , vi pnt or hn Chl04ml H flevoland. h.'. I.oulavllle,
i,, eked up with M p' otu. n hu-i (mali tj. NftW ortean. n
niWlty, whlcu naant that peopl down- I ph.larfelohla, 0; Pltthurt. f.0; 1'ort
town came to work In a ttne te..in. The1 tnt Me., 82. Providence, St. Tampa. Su;
parcentatfe fall but two par tnt. by Washington, 80.
C!jrlht, iitu, bT
Ce. The Nf
The following tabl ahowa tha
number of deaths and prostration
ucu tua higbsat official temperature
vlth tha humidity In Haw York
City on aaeh of tha flrat four tlaya
of tha present heat wave:
uwalafa. h .si ir Daatlu r:ni
ll.'.Mrted. Itr.- rl. I
64.0 73 4 M
M 39 10 IN
M 74 39 160
S3 SO 99 tOO
S O'rloek, thnneh the thrrmimpter went
op It 40, Liter the humidity fell to IT,
The followlns report Of weather .-,,n
dltlon for tha twenty-four houre andlna
it 8 o'clock thl morning na irtven out
at the local neither bureau:
'Temperutiiren are i.lljrhtly higher ll
the nortliwi-Htcrn portion Of the coun
try ui I o'clock fan at the same houi
y.ier.lny. New r di hluh tern
Tke it-, p.ti.iutila
AS HEAD OF POLICE
"Made a False Official State
ment" Is Only Explana
HUGHES GETS PLACE
He Is the Inspector Whose
Rise in Power Has Been
Inopoctor J" n H. Rueoall, who ttaa
been a: the head Of i)h- D6t60ttVt Hu-
reuu u: Polloe Hasfcto, uart an fur mora
th. in a yen,. w via rtdUOOd from his nmk
n Inopoctor lute thl aftamoon una wa
Sent tu be th captain of the City Island
It waa its HI inlly nnwounccd nl Head
quarters thai :he a"tlnn waa taken be
canse I tt t ; - tor Ruaaoll "had math- n
fa!e oiiic.iai gtaternont.'1
The COtnfniaaiOnat of Police ban the
power to redu. ' ,111 Inspector to bo a
captain as any i.nio. li A baliavod
at He.vhiunrtnt s ttiat i ha only 644600
by whom Huell would have been
boaUeil for "inaklni; a falne offltlal
atitemenl" ttn Mr. Waldo hlme.elf,
but BObody would tell on what point
the frlc-lon (roue.
Inopaetor tJd word T. llua-hes -a aa-
.ni t. auocaad Husaell In tn I-tei-tlve
BurAAU, It waa tlia OrOWnMlC
atep In th rap 1.1 1144 III authority of
ih- v. n' It tnapaetor S4m V..rk ban
iiaa. HueThai got tho '--'k lenvoa on Mm
i-ollar inl) two week ago. Mr Wul.lo
Old to Mm at that Itma arordlnif to the
KoBvip of the doptTtntaM
"AlthoUeTh aa fin Conimloaloaor I
ramp to know you. Wall Wh40 you were
In eommand In t hetBaat Hsty-aavanth
Mr4l nation near bcadquoxtera, and
alt:i)U-. ac w.re i' .oil frieiUa, -ou
are ibi t.,e only captain In the do
partiiu-..i v. ho liaa not aont a orew o.'
p. ,11- elan nd other n.Niuulntanoea
round to V to cat promotion, so 1
l ii v iln to promote you."
II KhPM was a i-onlklontlal atenoa;-raphi-r
fr .lolin UrU'nn Walker, then
editor ant publisher of the CotJnopoll-
tan Mo an Bin w i".''. whon Thaodoro
R0064V4lti then l'ollee Commlaotollor,
aske.i that youni men of prof44olonal
t ruin tnK onaldar (ha opportunlUai nf
th4 Pollc4 lapartm4til unu th caraar
Iluah4a ibi tinea a lottaf from Mi
Walker to Ml. Ilouaevelt, UiMi.l his -x-
amlnntloni and araa at once appointed.
In llxtetn yi ara In ha- ncMvd 4 hbjh
rank a- ll opan to a memher of the d-
Mrtmonl i cpt ih niaigiHnont to b.
FRANK X. M'QUADE
NOW A MAGISTRATE.
Mayor flaynor hit- nun aftamoon do
ktnt4d i- r x MoQutvdo, on AttaM
Corporation Coungol, at City Magli !
trate. Hi appolnUltant U only from I
month to month Mr. MoQuaiSo hag
been :tl tlie ' 'or,' irathm Cotgggol'g oMoo
eix year H ll roMdtnt of "li'ic Ttm"
gajlllvan'i Third A -Ai.mhiy Dtgtrlot. Mia
appoint ii -i t l maile to flil the vacan
oau4d ii thg pornuwonl appoint moni of
MalHtr lie Progohl.
pr. W '; I'rit haid r' irted to I
Chief Magiairat MoAdoo to-day that
ho bad examined Maglatrat Laroy B,
Crunc. who hai been gbggnt from the ,
bench fo- t cent j'-lw-o m.int- , and
t hat It w lUld flOl be- fair I i ask Mu
.. -trate " r.itu- 10 return to th bon-h
at thl time, ; be Donvlotng fyom
an attack of niel im-holla.
NEW YORKER A SUICIDE
IN HOTEL IN BAY STATE.
BROOEI'ON. Maw., July I Craaad by
lh hMti Thodor MimroU, mxx thirty-
tiiiff, a travi .linn al'stnnn of New
Vurk, ti.imi itt-.l RUloldt oi Htil Sor
rl, thU r 1 1 y . to-iay by inhaliriK k ij.
Tha ltl M a 4ttOOVTd at ROOII Uy
t hottl popl and Mad let I Kximlnar
paJnt, who rm pUdi pronouAcad d4vth
dUi t'i a!1'';- Mati'in.
I In l Orl' Icafl ItnriHn
Ar. Jt. W. fi.l KirtMiaf, 53 OJ l r toUW, N. i
Mi dtir.j ariii tafornftnou Joi tiuW';i UXt$t "i
i .1.11 'U itMaubp. l&9 u t , .t- I , k
ing Man opto ii ftMl Bifbt. Trtn ui. .uiwq.
NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1911. 16
THIM Was THE HAPPY DAYS!"
Refuses to Approve Stllwelll
Hill, hut Warns Objectors
Something v,ust Be Done.
After ligtOPint to many lonr artf t
mvnia 4g4lnl the Ht II is ,11 bin, whl -h
PfOVMaa that If the Hoard of Rgtlmntg
do.-a not deride on a slt4 for n neiv
County Court-Hou44 city Jiaii Park
shall be ust.-d lor the inniuwe. Mn ..
llaynor announcod thll afternoon that
ho would not Un the hill, but aen.l t
back to Albany without hi approval,
The Mayor aald that lie wool I not
ap prove Of the bill on the (round
that City Hall l'ark iu.s not the propar
alte. Ill Honor put it up itronarlv
to the obJoetOfg, however, that they I
would have to net t0g4ttl4f ami frame
a nan bin tii.it arouM name a Kit. and
thai further IntarmtnnbU dalay would 1
not ba tolorntod althar by the city au- !
tborltlaa or the Htate LiKlxlalure.
johr i). Crlmmlna wa tha flral to
ap. ak atf tliiNt the bill II,. waa followed
by Arthur at, Hard, of th Bar Aaao
Hon, after they had lalked about pr- ;
reiving the 'il4tOrl fi urea of City )
Hull . k the ay or intrrupid. u
Why don't you Rentlenien make It ,
clear what you want .lone? Von luiv. ;
talked a lot but you have made no
In reply to neu ral of' the other it - '
fyuarfl aniil:ift tin- bill th Mayor chftrged 1
that eiii.it yearn had been wanted in
auarrelllng over a and not one at p j
of program made. Finally he aald:
WHY NOT WHITE A BILL OFFER
ING A NEW SITE.
"Ynu gentlemen Who have bc ti writ
ing mngeetne artlotgg ubout th4 prsr-
vatlun of the arttUc ton of the city. !
why don't you a.t down and write a 'ill 1
taut will offer a new site. In fa ling tu
appruva of thla bill, t win rocommand
that Senator Hi:. veil draw up anothar
bill III which ho names a hit" for the1
nw court ho ua other than Cit) Hall I
l'ark. A th Dlty has failed after all ,
tlune year to etlle on a alte, ii .
only rlghl that tn.i . ectlon Of the git ,
nhiill be bft to the Uate Loglalatur."
Among thO 0 nO poke a: , li the.
bin w. re ttpha rar rally of t k dtro
polltan Art Society. W. J. gcbiafflta of
th Cltlwn' Union, fcidwgrd II Hull of I
the Amei i. au .Sc.ul. ami HItorlc I'ra- I
orvntton so Lot at.u 4tbri i. Hurguh
WAGNER MEETS 0BJECT0NS
ON THREE-POLICE PLATOONS
ALBANY. July ti Si natoi W inner In. !
tro. lined i bill lo-day ex. .thp' ut !
of the Brl and leeogjd Dlaat from a
reiUlritni nt of the thr04-po!lC4 platoon I
so far relate to train.- quad(, Th
eftct of th bill would b to ovareu .,
the criticism of Mayor Q .'. m I Poll'
Commlealoner Waldo with referanee '".
the tri.ib (quad "f ,Su fork ity. ll
would effect DO otbei city under Sglgt' '
FOR 35PER CENT.
Fosdick Says Dealer Names
Committeeman Who Made
A lonir atep nearer to the John Hoe of
th 4f and Ban tlieworks graft which
dlgnppolntod and .heated thou.Hun.la of
people on tie. night of July 4. wax In. li
cit. , I thl aftornoon whn Commbwlon
i ..f Aeoounti PoBdleb mad ihlotnt
"I have a letter from a dolr In fire.
worko, made to m officially in writing,
thai be wga upproa thed bj a member of
it lebmtli i i nm ttg who said that
be eould 'owing the hreworg oontrnota
This dlT aald 'hat be wa tol that
ne , Mild Rg ala 1.1. L. a high as he
planned o long a he paid a oommigaloa
of M per cent. I" the man who ap
'r .n bed him. He rejected the propo
Commlgsioner i'i ..i k tfue(i tu gu
the nunic ol rt.e intaruiodlory who an-
prOMhOd lllm. T '- we re teitter, It
wa undaretood. that h rogardod a
Dag) wltbh4ld until th Dtftrlet44lor
ney had looked into th egg
iirpuiy Commlgglonor Poodleh of th4
lu pirtm." o' Aeeountg and a fulfoorp
of hi Ins" lor n di ging Into the
nine an.i more ;i.' if.- nreworka
raft to d - They found enough ue. i
tilings i j ih4 Nreworka dlepley in
all the ' .;: i last Tu.-iday to war-
am Mi. : uedlak In saying that he waa
going lo U ii i-Aitotnen of thl
' ounty. Iv i . .us .m l RlolUnond
vlth mil.' ii fu ,i aaarohlng Urand
jiuy nv4t , Ion to ba (oilowod almoei
ogrtalnl) j in i itmonlg.
Me.. Dm .. ,ir dlar frenerarait
will ..i ld up I . i it on the elty'i
40COUAI for fforkg ued on Tueg
ei4- and whlon bill hgv bt.n
tumd i y t u- United Mreworkg
Company, it rain yireuork Con
pn. Ihi Lloyd Itreworga 'ompan)
F REWORKS MAN
and th Nirdllngcr Charlton Ptre
The 0 OA tract for the u.uterlalh atid
'liHtilnyn made by thege c.impauleH
were md. by Alderman Samuel Mar
of Murium, actinit as a member of the
Ptrework Committee or tho I'ltlsena'
i ', lebratton COthmlttOO. They wre to
tie paid for with olty iiinny.
UNITED FIREWORKS COMPANY
STILL A MYSTERY.
Comnilienloupr Kim lick ba.l mrt been
able to del at Ui" Unit. I Klrew- iajkii e oni-
pony dirootly. Ha a plenty ofaktaaoe
tu hIiiiw it wan aunply a go-botwoen, huy
uih' It mgtarlal from nuiall manifac
turers In New Jry and i ngaKliK In
ti e flraworka bua neaa only to tin. extent
f collecting enormoua proflaj out of the
ity appio.u Uvtlona. Hubpoenn are out
tor Aubry l.ve-, who Ih nab! to b4 '
president of tha company, at, , : Jamaa
J. Co of in.. Hudeon MeKhanloaJ Rub
ber Company at No Uey rt, who
lC44Vd Line' ll. all. I n . Itll atlun has
I foiled to reveal any trace of . factory
I the cui.cru wah euppolecd ti. i.WIt In
i Trenton. N J Mr Fodlck wunty t .
snow iut win. divided up tha 100 per
, cunt, pioflta oi 111 1MB lntluenlial mtddpj
It wae. statwl ut Mr. Podl I offle
lo-day Ihut tae l.i.yd I'm . , k con
cern furnlabod dfaplgya in Manhattan in
t.'uo. ti?) and HM lota. Tha pyrotechnic
egpgrte -.iv thai me gocida nrere worth
lUaUt, Hi- .'" and "-'.:. roapactlvcly
The United Company fum -t kohh
ll h t exp, i ti appt
, fi: 7'., w::..'. and I-' W
,i aa worth
rdere "f tho
r.itii" alo for Bra klyn
In Itlchuiond the Ui.pl. i. were all of
lb 'pDO' kind, fUrnlhJ by the erd-
llnger-Chgrlton popl4 Th dlapUyg
' were entlmatnl by the htapa tor of ac-
eountii lo be worth 1301 "
In (j'.ieenn -be I'aln ;. le fnrnHhad
: "MO" ahowa The d artn.ent man
aaya they wore worth UM agog.
I it I th" Mtlmgta In Mi Poedloh'a
Office that with the tJI.OM -ip "printed
unl) ih,qoq wortti of Oroworg er
VAIN PEOPLE 5.0HRY THEY
TOOK THE CONTHACTS.
Uil bt liulf of toe Pain m illy it Wub
atgtad t i-.ia by a rera rotative of
! the Brm mat me ompanj turnighud
itlnuwl on 1
in 1 1:1 1 i'
T ii- adventure
ho .k for. 11. negill 1
and tHmmodi free
Maw ITork World
rmiiM 1 in 1:.
f Pater LuiY," a
lad, .1 .1 . (tu he 1
iii nea I I in la . 1 . 1
Ti . I a grv.lt
er!e ..f atoiie. 1 ee .
I 1 '.- una with
si n da ) " g
tggl i " AT I
lull , I ' .11 . li.r.l.ot
:, IhnRe I
de in idvgiaM,
PAY US $25,000 NOW
GIRLS 10 STOKES
"If It's Death or One Cent, Give Me
Death, ' Hotel Man Tells Court
He Replied, and Then
They Shot Him.
TOLD HIM THEY COULD
"tET KID OF HIS BODY
Millionaire Gives a Dramatic Recital
of Attack by Lillian Graham
and Ethel Conrad.
For th? first time .1 public audience had a chance to-day to hear
VV. Ii. D. Stokes, world's charnpioTi litigant and millionaire owner oi
the Hotel Anaorrla, tell how Kthel Conrad and Lillian firaliam, show
girls, shot him up June 1 7 in their apartment at No 22S West Eisfhlie'h
street after an exciting three-cornered conwsauYm touching on certain
letters which he had written and certain remarks which he had or hat
A REAL RAFFLES
Meyer Played Wall Street by
D.ay and Robbed Brooklyn
Homes at Night
rora 1 proud pniltlon In the royal
....ilvuuird of Kink llaak m to a prlaon
e.li at a enfeeaed bWfgflnr I th tTO-
mndoua fan "f UUut 'n von Met
Meyer, the tall and bondeoma young
Nocii ,'S'ian. w ho re adily admitted the
burglary "f gamrly a eoi a of hoeaog in
the Columbia Height, we. i in Of llrook-
lyn when the deieotlvoa bural twee hi
ball Bedroom on the top Moor Of No.
lHi Columbia Height ! night.
I.auKhlng at the 644 ttii whteh he
". onnei the eopg" and at for hlmeMf
tbO till" "the man who nevur alp4."
under Oib gulaii of Whtoh N ' ciniilt'eil
Ms robberie, the iung iffloor ouiu
:.. conceal 111" noble COnilOCtiOA, To
evry other (UCOllun he . nwe.-ed with
an sir of 64Bd r, - ut wimn preyed for
Information a-, to bis foreign unlace-
iniH, ge turned the quoetton arttb
a laugh or a joke.
llut a letter fouml In ill room, after
e'nief .viaj.ii-atn Kempner had held
Inm for th Qraayg Jury, wgg a.liltei"..' I
to bin fOthegfi Hon, Ludo V n M,t-'
Meyer. Hu tl Ua-ingut. Cbrtetktna,
Magletrgte and banker, and a pa port,
i lavued to bim by the cnrutiajia golloe,
, batrayad th ae, rt of hie i i ..
In Ills room were fOUUd i high Bilk
llgt, rock coat and ilaik trouscra, the
i geirb In Whfcth the poll, . u . n patrol
in the Colgmblgj Height need le
j ago him when lie pr -i Led ubout by
night and .'ppe.i to chal wiiii bem
and talk of ids iMomnlg. ta I there
' were found also a a di a ii I Ik ittuiek,
an.l a ateel pap. r- utter with arhioh he
IN 20 BURGLARIES
opened a.i'. ',i in i. en oi .1 jimmy.
HUNDREDS OF LETTERS FROM
INFATUATED YOUNL WOMEN.
M my either thuvfl Wert round in nie
room. Seier.il bunilie.l ialtgie and a
many photographg from lototugied
ghrla, who opnfagged ihgnuKalTOO will kg
to In. carried off to ChrlatltO, I'
ueiu aii from brungttggi for ii haj
i 'W":' ' B r"0Urth l uge;
PRICE ON1) OilNf.
Tha erlderly victim of the good lm
of thaaa young woman of the etioru
wa the Oral wltneMa to ba euiled thl.
afternoon wthen Magistrate Kraachl
brtert thj imntn ig trial tn th Cen
tre Street e:OUrL At the summon of
AsBiatunt IHiitrleTt-Artorney Kulllvan h
one forward to the stand, ataouBt
garly, und thereafter for half an hour
or more he wa kiv'.nit hi version of
the gknnllngji Wtth urh readlna that
vral n.ii,. i )Ua peraonat omua.fl In
terruptvd to alow down Ig conrverau
tl inoi ie ,. ,,r.
STOKES QIVE8 WEALTH Of
DETAIL IN STORY.
VTlrH wealth of deUU and any
number of highly dramatic getur.4'i
Mr. Stoke de-rlbd huw-uccordlng lo
him ggj bad Iweu tricked Into goln,
to th girl room, how a .ie .and w pj
mnda upon b!m there. Hrt for a abjrn' I
retraction of alleged alanders and th- i
f.r lii.uuo; how hn waa thn ttened wll .
daath; how revolver were polutad al
his head and stomach and Iktw flnall .'.
after defvlng th Jotinij wemien. ha w. .
thrice wounded a h 611 Ugloi to k
away frutn them. It made a Moving
recital, and for a'l tha blistering btl
of the OTOWdgd chamber the ll.ten ,
hunif Dlosaly upon nl word.
"Yes, 1 have yeggggj to lemevirbor ce
tain evonta of Juno IT," ha l.H-,
"About 2.) o'clock ;n the afternoon i
was Ig my office in ihe Anauala Waeu
MIbj Conrad called mo on tha tali
pi, on. Over the wire .ho said, M
Stokes, Mlaa flrakom Ballad for liur, .
thU morning on the BaltlB and I hi,
those letter for you. My brother ..
here from Mobda, Ala., and I ha.,
talked the matter ov;r with hi;n. I am
ao glad . r every body's aake that Llll , .
ha ' ne away and t a'n gnsloug to t
turn your letter u you. t think It .
also "air to m lhat you should aa i ,
, and -ell my brothar what you knot
about Lillian. ,
"I tiki, i Mum Conrad if she we,i
aony aha had lost har place us j .
trator ou th Ieilnea'ur and wht.i I
die ..id UBi'd lie 'I- '.:' I lliote In I
I effort tu get liar place on t ie Even:' 4
I Mall, She answered, ' ..' I aald, 'VV! y
no'. ." Sh replied. 'M family phyalelalk
' iino an ild friend, think t nouiejj
J not accept or06 ucb a favor from t
man so iiiatu yearn my aeulor.' 1 thgg
lold hef 1 Would vome to her room, if
I 4.00 and rank off,
I At that lour I went fo g We.t
' Htghlleth i'.et. The .-levator alt gad hi
to.d lue 1 ,ui expected, and b IO"k
me up to tea third Boor. As I stepp,
out . f inn car 1 aaw Ml Conrad tan..-
log in tha doorwy
ITOKI6 SHOWS COURT HOW
MISS COiNHAO STOOD,
tmllad and ea.d, Mr Stokes, I
am 0 1 1 a I to see you. You are a.
. iya 10 prompt hhe ahook hands wll it
J 11..' and led me Into tha apartment. ts."e
aiioaed -lie to a .mail rooggtlog ro
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