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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1911.
tsylng he wonl go utifl get th Ut
ter UHN I wanted and stepped out nf
a rear door. In A minute she cam
b-k. She rlnee,l th door an1 bolted
. It and then slnnd faelnf m In thl
attitude," and the wIlnrH ereet.-d him
MB t rile full height a nd threw out
hit cheat, at the mr time placing Ms
hnnd behind bit h,nk. Some of the
Irrararent 1n Hit trowi tittered : the
picture he made. While the two pretty
prisoners tmlied Hit arvreelatl.in and
almost eiaprird t. ,.;r hand.
"A moment hofnre Ihf had reappeared
4 t had heard her talking i? soma one In
tha neat room." riintlnned Mr. ritnket
At l.e aat down aga.n. Hefore either
of us could ffrnk i !,.-srd a sound te
hind ma, anil, turning, 1 saw Mies
OraJjnm gtaNhat along ma hallway
oloea to tha hall nllh a revolver pointed
toward ma. I ru standing near a
lounge whl.h oruaaed tha west slda o(
tha rnrttn. rja Oonrad aae atanrtlng
guard at tha door and Miss Graham
was approaching ma nlong tha on.y .
route wbl.h I rould Cat out of tha
MMh f"o I naturally remained where
"Miss Or&ham was greatly ew-lted. hs
eame up rloae. thnyed her filslol right I
again, my afda and antd' 'Now I've a !
you. you , you! I'll teah you i
fc-herner you ran Inn ill tha rt t-nnry cf
my daad mother. lg t.rtd Kthe hara j
that my mothar ran nn Immoral reent In
Seattle, that on of no' tutera ran an
Immoral reaort In Cincinnati, that my!
"'har nlsier rat nn Immoral retort la
Los Ang"lea, and t at I had bran an i
Inmate of one J ere In New York.'
'I'LL KILL YOU LIKE A D00, '
"Although I did not mora, aha
kapt aaylng, 'Oomi naar ma and
111 kill yon. X dara you to oo ram
naar ma; III kill you Ilk a
Mr. Btokai rerened this thraat with
rush eUiphnidt that a damp wisp of
foreleg fell down In his ayas. Ho
flsrad atrtlght at the thuw girls. They
stared bedk, so 'ling pleasantly and tha
spectator thought It almost as good aa
'Vontlnue. Srr. flloket." prompted
'Then Mls OMrad epuke up again
and aald to me: To as we tll you and
you'll ha all right. If you don't we'll
kill ou.' flss alriiham isnld: 'Tou
nme hare on tha aly- ytoi didn't think
iiin I". At knew you. Mil tli
w " 'Tea. It I all fixed,' I
that a all flxad '
broke In Mat
rv.nrad 'Wa bavn three Wltaagaai
hare. Thre men are In the negt mora
taking notes rrf e-er thing that Is sai l
and done. The nm 0ktatlla( to tver
word.' Vp to this point I think I had
harlly spoken a od In faOl I (Jldn't
xat nTUOh fhanee
atlas Conrad aama rioaar to ma
and aaid: 'Ton bad battar obey na.
Many a Haw Yorker aa prominent
at yon hat dltappaarad and nobody
hat baan the wiser for It. We've
arranged to .-at rid of your body
and you haven't a ouanee for your
Ufa tinleaa you i aa wa Bay.'
' ...,ss Graham .aid: 'You alt doan at
that ik yonder aid writ, what I dic
tate' Then tun, to Miss I'jnrad she
aald: 'Ktlitl Wl A shall ' tell him to
HE WAS HELPLESS WHILE
"I stood helpless while they were
dls-usina7 ah- c I thOUld 1 -'mipelled
to xign tny name. Miss Conrad, at If
qunMng som legal document, leg;m
Itnesseth that this person having
made mulldotis. false, f, lonlous and
slanderous stntements '
"Then aba halted and laid to
1 ma: 'Ton btow what wa want you
to retraot. XdUlan put he revolver
to hit bead ar gaaXa him alt dowu
and tell him what to write, and
ril atand along-alde him and sua
that be doea It.'
BV tnts time 1 n.ol rorovereo my-,. I
1 said to Miss tonra.i. i tn"-,igii you
' t.dd me timaa) had ron -n the Bal'.lO.'
Thav hoth laufhea and Miss Conrad
'said. 'I'm tha Uttlu Kreneh mold that
I fo dad you.'
"I said to her, 'Mlsa Conral. when I
I gave you 130 for nnrslng Ml OrahaOl
when she was tlf 1 hud faith in you
Than, lurntni to Mis tarab' ' !
to her, 'I. Milan, when I ithvp you M
htM 19 pay your 'nr.: abroad and M f-tr
, expenae after you 0IMd your alster, I
,1 faith In you ,o... I expe-:ed to get
hack toe -Is ItOOn Itttan which 1 wrote
i yi-ara g'. And Inetend I And you
doing ihla It 1 a pretty trick.'
-I r on DOM U! Off. young Indies Mr.
siok.- not a lot of sr .ni into his
oivia "tneu both tueae younf ladlaa
lituf nod. 1 onLlhuHl to ml-.;' s them.
" tilllatl I never made any etate
itents retlacilnf upon yai. your mother
or your alaterH to Mia Conrad or auy
l.ody else, aJid J will not retra't words
1 never uttered. foH wight as well a:nl
thia thing one way or thu othat rlgiit
. now. 1 woo' i sign anvttung.'
TOLD TO WRITE A CHECK FOR
"M'.ss Graham, who was holding tier
ptatul at my lied, turned to Mist Con
lad and I heard her say, 'If he tayt ha
won't. 1 know ha won't.' Tu this Mitt
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In these three clises of advertlie-
inK ilune The World published 106,
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of l'Jll MukE THAN DUUBLI (he
90,360 ;n the Herjld.
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I feairad rwpWad, Then make htm psv."
I 'All Hgdit.' sa!d Mlaa Graham, and. d
I dressing mn ngafn, she sai l. 'Bit dowa
there aad write a eheck for MB.ooo ant
iron can go.'
"Wlthdut moving an Jn h I aald, "fin
yro glrla reall- that 'hfk N hla-kmnll
and that for It yon may he aent to
prison snd that If you kill fnf If will he
.murder and foil will both go to the
'Mia ilrihum said, 'If I have to ahoot
1 you I'll say I ass rr.isy and didn t know
what 1 wns doing' 'No,' tald Mlaa Con-
rad. 'sail hoth swear that VOU ratna
hers and atfarkr-d Mlllan and that a -,e
: killed you In telf-defene Wt ha e ':
neses and you have ROM'
"Than aflat Oraham, who waa
ratting mere violent In her maaner
all the time, aril, 'It's death or
tta.OOO.' I aald, 'Oaath or tOS.OOO,
ah? Wall, If It't death or one cent,
X ahnoaa death.' "
As he tepee ted this dell Mr Wok' a
stood up and raised a kMg arm Aloft
Tha la-o yoiiaar o-ren glgglel aodKhly
and a fringe nf apparent svmpathlr.ers
figflad too Ko Mr. RtOkM tat down
and went on with hla ttory:
THEN LILLIAN BEGAN TO SHOOT
"Then Miss 'iraham lumped hark,
levelled her plaud at me and pulled the
trigger It misted (Ire I heard tha
bamme- snap. Sht rewekad the
weapon. tacking Into the n 11 as she
did an. at if lo h it off any means of
etenpe I Jumped to the anatlo of the
door, trying lo adulter myself hchltid It.
Then I near. I a report and felt a
ttlng In my right leg and realised thai
I had hean ML I turned around Mint
Graham preaaad t; it mMttt of the gun
at ilntt my ItffJItCh I grahlxvl the r
vo.ver hy the lsarn- nBd farcail It aside
It wenl off oa a n and the flash horned
my fare. 1 think that bullet went
tlirough my hot wnlrh wa on my head
I have hoard It claimed that 1 waa
holiMqaT ml' hot In Bay hand at thli
time, but that would tie lnrpotalhle.
vfe wreetlod for foaaeSBlon nf Ih
weapon 1 did not want to kill any
one. and I didn't want to he killed tnv
eelf I jerktd the revolver inuisle
downward and It due i again. Miss
Graham hung on. dragging roe along
the hall. Met wa at reaming at the top
f her vn!o. I got the revolvar away
from her and dropped It Into my over
, oat pocket Hhe threw hertalf on my
bath and hung on. seres tiling.
"I nu growing weak from Ins of
Mood but I managed to reach the door
leading Into the luMlf hall. As I threw
the holt Miss Graham dragged me doan
to my knees and, lylrg on my bak, she
" 'Ethel, you tald you would kill
him If X alda't. Coma, eboot him
CONflAO GETS A
"Miss Tonrad, w: o had been b -hind
us all the time, ran from the Inner hall
Into the kitchen and out again. As she
reappeared the carried a revolver. (Ilia
eama up close and shot me In the calf
of the leg.
"Mlaa 1 lonrnd then ran back Into tha
reception room, threw up a window and
called out 'Help! murder' police" Aa
I Inv thcra nn rhe door I suld You can't
get the police any too aoon to suit me.'
Juat then I managed to get tha door
Otsgek and I crawled out Into the onr
rldnr and rollapaed.
"A door In another apartment opened
and out came three .lannnean men, who
pounded me and M-ked me aa I lay
helpless. Mlaa ilrahatn and Mlaa Con
rad had fotlowed mo out, and Mlat Gra
'Ethel, go gat tha gua aad blow
hla bead oaV htlsa Conrad aald, 'X
can't, tha door la looked and tha
key ar on tha lnalde.'
"Thinking the Jape would kill me, I
1 could see a atout man
In hit ehlrtileewa and two other men
BOOT tho elevator lhaft and I appealed
to them, tvut not one of them Inter
fered. The atout man came up to m
and aald. (Jlvo me Mln (Irahani'a revol
ver.' Although very weak, I refuted.
SUPERINTENDENT TRIED TO
GET HIS PISTOL.
"Then a man who aald he waa the
ujierlntendent of the building ran up
the ttepa and naked me for tha Plltol
I said. "If you are the auparlntendent
get a policeman end doctora here and
wafh thoae women '
"A man who a.Jd h waa Walter
Fltchtr, an accountant, appetred nnd
uukod ina tome guettlon. and then a
little hoy ran up nnd asld he knew me
nnd would notify the Anaonla and se
cure doctor. About this time Vollreninn
' Till I v Datnt and I lave him Mlaa
I Uraham pistol and (old him they had
j both shot me"
t'larke Jordan, senior attorney for the
' daforije, l egun the ornaa-exainlnatlon hy
Mking Mr Ptokes his age.
"About nrty-ai van. I think," aald (he
"fmn't you know for euro?"
"I aay 1 think I'm llfty-evn."
"N'ow, Mr Stokea, a a matter rjf
fa.'t, aren't you eisty-four year old?"
"No. tlr," boomed the witness Indig
nantly. "Nearly alxty-fo'.ir, thenT"
"1 rape tt, a!r no, sir'" fairly hallowed
He (I'd, rentvlng to Mr Jordan a
tfUfftloni, that he was fliwt Introduceil
0 K'hel Graham "hy her alster, Mrs
eirfleton, In the fall of 111 at the An
aonla, where Mrs. Rnfleton wa then
living. Ha admlttod thut lin ftlbaaqUaBt
ly met her many timet at many places,
and that he wrote letter to her. Hhe j
had hean a jruest tit h'.a e-tock farm near
lei'ngton. Kjr, ihut he denied that ho
gave a hcaiae party there In 'her honor, i
FOURTEEN LETTERS AND A
Mr Jordan here made a formal da
maud upon the other aide, for Stokes's
Ifltere If Miss Iraham which were'
eelsad aa evlden a after her arrest
After a juahhle Mr -lulllven handed
over fourteen letters and a telegram.
The telefram had beat! aent from Isl
ington to Mlsi 'icaham at Memphis,
i Turin , and In It her eldtrly correspond
ent advised hiw tu ciiiie to Lexington
ui! ling that he would guurantar to gat
' placa for Mies ilratuyn and her suiter
In the Anna lleUl company at salaries
' of 30 a week
fiAlong here Mr Jordan, 1n nrgulng a
; point, rather Intimated tnat hit clients'
j defense wouM lw ueaed upon a claim
' that Btakea ntme tu the apartment be
lieving M m Uraham to he absent and
i ho'dng to find Mlat Conrad alona, and
that In htt dlaappolotmbnt he flaw Into
a At of rage, attached Mist (Iraham
and waa wounded in a atruggl
Mr. Jordan asfcad itu fHoktf
Highborn Brooklyn Burglar:
Photos of Girls Found in Room
saw I.IIMan Oraham
"gRit came to my office on tha
at s tee nth floor of tha Anaonla oa
June If," anawared ftokea. "One
demanded gOOO for tha return of
the letters, asytng If I refuted aha
would mall oat of them each dag
for fifteen daya to my present
wife. X told her that I would sag
COUNTESS SAID MI3S GRAHAM
HAD A ROLl.
"I alto told her t'ia,t a Countess had
told me 1 rmt he or. .used on the ss ne
ehlp with lillllan OcallttTJ. and taht I.l'
llan had confease.1 tu her that she had
$2,0110 when she went abroad, of Watch I
had given her and other men had
arlven the remaining 11,70". aad also that
tb hwl taken mjf lmters to la,wyera
who a.lvlaed her ehe could not use them
agalnot me. When 1 taxed Miss (iraham
with these adni'.snlonj tht went away."
Who waa thl Countets?" asked Mr.
"I can't recast," tald Stokes, "hut I
thin she waa from Atistrta. I ra
niemler meeting her and having talkt
with her, lint nothing else."
All tortt and condlilont of people, but
all In a uniform etate of persplry mla
ary, packed the Police Court to hear
But after sweltering for mora than an
hour In an ntmosphere that teesiiad a'
rompound of tho tuhway, the atokhole
of an ocean liner and the fumigation
ward of a free hospital, the audience had
a dlaappolntment. Maglstrato Freockd
aat called away for a conference with
Mayor (iaynnr nnd he put off beginning
the hearing until noon time. Hut for
all their aufferlng most of the assemble.!
spectator chose to wait for the promised
entertainment and lit they did, while
tweut ran down faces many of wlrioh
hud not been otherwise treated with
water for days nnybe eekt.
SAW GIRLS BEFORE IT
The complainant and the complained
of arrived at the I'rlmlnnl Courts BttlM
Ing iilmoat almu'.tuueously, hut by dif
ferent rOUtaa, Mr. Stokej with hit law
yera went upatalrn to the Dlitrlot-At-torney't
olTlce, an the cn.wd whioh twel
tered and dlatilled tu.uig eaaeu -eg of
mldtiiminer hud a glimpse at the girl
Mr. btellu Singleton. Ldlllan
ii ah nin's older titter, who hurried baick
from J'artt to Klvu comfort and aid to
the pair nfler their arrest, had
OOmi with them iroin their present
place of retirement ut No. 216 tlust
Flfty-venth atleet. At 10.10 amid a
butile of llltaraat Ircni the apectator"
which must have been ao.ithlng to the
tirofejslcnal Instinct of peraont of the
entered the chamber
Klrat came the attorney for the de
fense, Hubert W. Moore, bearing an
arm load of law calf. Then came Mrs
Singleton In baby blue linen, with a
trl-colored millinery confection upon
her head which looked atrlklngly like
Neapolitan Ice cream and produced a
aonthlhc cooling effect ujwn the eve
Miss QrfjMMI a"d M'.es Conrad, whu
followed In the order tinned, both wore
while Norfolk Ifokttt gflth x. evdlnKly
low sailor c, Hats and white dutk iklftf.
Mis Orohtm't hat wag a! tan ttrtWi
tttPfrlRIp iffd Willi large qUAIItlUtf of
white lace unl htld in place by many
hatpins having btadl M blfl at door
knobs. .Miss I'omud hud a long white
: lutnf dangllnv from htr hat. All three
Iftniad Inwardly cool, hut there was no
dtnylnt Ibtt outwardly they wore
re.illy very, very warm.
CHILDREN DIRTIED COSTUMES
OF THE GIRLS.
A court alien I. in', earvtd out a place
for thtm on a long bonoh, Their near
ttl neighbor was u tolled maliou from
ir Mulborry pnd district who, foi-.
' lowing the fuilcin Q.J l.ur set. lad
briiiil.t with b.;r tmeo exceedingly
mall, active nni, dirty children. Thf It
youthful specie. or tuuntfested a to
i ciuhle turn of mind and M1m Conrfjd,
who sat nearest Ihtnti toon had black
tn.udKcs on hit Photbf Snow get-up.
NEWSPAPER MAN KILLED
IN AUTOMOBILE SMASH.
OA1N QNftB LTRO , Pa., July tle.irg
BrOWn, aged thirty-five, a newspaper
man of New York, wa killed, mid
Carl Palmar, tportmg editor of the
W.M-hlTia: -n ll'a. ) Hevird, and O.
'luthrle, chauffeur, were aerlously In
hired 10-day Wlien their automnbll
turned turtle near here. Brown'e neck
Brown for a rime Vat bean conducting
an advertising campaign for a Weah
ingtOBj Pa. pp.
i lj s swBsm
prior to tha ahoot- gk P M ataHs bIbIbIbIbI I
VszMm CUBS NOW GUESTS
SmjSt AT POLO GROiJNDS
lmMJmgl BATTING ORDER.
V w B f New York.
y MmrWml l"v"r' " Phe.-knni. if.
"Z'r V'tcrrl Ioy. .". Sc-hulte. rf.
tTJE- $y$f Snl. ll .rrn.in. Ih.
Wk wBjLv' Mun-a cf.
2 C&KkUtdL Merkle. Zli -n .n, 3b
vivlkt V wry fvidweii, . j. noyie, ib.
NajBs F' I flotcher, "Ih. Tinker, ss.
Meyers, Archer, c.
I Wlltse, p. Rich t, p
niTTonnnnn nrniii I
Itt In, c.
Twai nh. cf.
1 !ainn1tg, p.
wAdmiNSTON PARK, BROOKLYN)
N. To July (1,-The PltttbUTg team, ac
compailel hy ICantgtr Fred Clarkt.
who Is atlll ..lltahltd us a result of be
ing hit on the head h pitched hill,
came to the grounds to-. lay and hegan
a aeries nf four games with Hill Iah
len's Trolley Dodgart. Altiiough the
weather W0M a trhle too hot for hnie
hall the fant put up with the terrlfle
heat and came out In good sited num
t.era to see the gmiie. liahlen 'sent
llarger to do the twirling f..r his team,
while .Manager Clarke thought that
Caitwlta could heat the Dodgort.
Both skies were bltnkisl In the first,
but In the second the Pirates scored
tWO runs on a bust on nails to Wagner,
Miller's single and DgUhfrff muff on
Hunt root' I throw In trying to got Miller
botwoffl first and
drive to loip rlir.it
nd aid Wllaon't
antra tor two ba.ies.
LA TON I A FINISHES.
FlItST n.('JC--Selling; maiden colts
and gelding; iwoytaioldf i tlx fur
li.nw, etag iosc, ii" (Wllaoa)i flrat)
Inciter, 1111-2 iKennedy), second' .1 irlne
Snle, 114 (Ki.erner), third. Time, LMH
Oryttaa ptMnlaoi ciiauuiore, chartlffi
Tom Otto, i'i Nothing, K'oreonater, Con
Currati, Captatn Bravo, Cltarwattr niso
ran. Hutuoll paid I Stnr Root, stralfnt
f.'. plaot B.eO, iiioiv 18.40; ncltor
place, ,M ghOWJ Judgt Sale, f l show.
SBCONP HACK Selling, flll.es and
mares; three-yaaroldf and up: ,-rix fur
Ii.iick --I'liprudent, 104 M.oftUf), first;
l.ady orim.ir, lo" iKuhni, ffoondt
Jennie D'Arc, IM (Wllsoni, third. Time,
I, 14 9-8. Bornorat, Mlat, Detroit, Mur
aand, Kinma Kruart. Cloltteraat Aimet
Wood, Cnallcf ia t wl l.iyal Maid also ran
and Attlabfd as named. .
Mutuolt Pald-lmprudtnti tralgrbt,
II. an; place, III ;'; shew, V !..'.! Orb
miir. plact, KstDi ahow, $4. pi. J.anne
1 1. Arc, show, p R),
is Clogged uF
That1 Why You're Tired Oat tat
Sort Have no Appetite.
U VER PILLS
will put you tight
ib a lew usya.
Musi), ladigeffjaa. aat Sick HtaiatW.
su piu. auu ooa. mux met
Genuine aaatbcu Signature
v - - m
I'midres Hrennsn arid Idem,
POIX) c.iyifN'Da, NKW TOFiK, .Inly
The grand stand at the Polo
Grounds tcls afternoon fairly era kl.'d
with the host, ai.d the vim, fani who
stoo,l the blistering ray of the sun
to aee the Clants an. I t , Cllbl flulit
It out broiled and glfaletl. Thoutandi
more of the faithful were wise for
their years and stayed at home In the
shade reigardless of the momentous
epochs that wi" being established up
.Notwithstanding the fnct that flrat
place depended on thl game the ath
letes were too hot to Biff a durn
whether toe old '.en set or jumiied off.
Anyway Wlltse did the plfhing for the
Giant, and Rtchltt the Cub comedian,
did bUfhiatf for the visitors. The heat
1 having played havoc with Arthur DtV
j lln In IMillly, Arthur flttohtT played
i Sheckard got a waik to start off the
game, and went to seo.nd on BtbuKft
I sacrifice. Hofnian hit to abort ami
I Sheckar.1 was caught on the line. Hrlil
j well then threw out Ooodt,
The Olantt got away to a good start.
tout rail into a atreak of hard lu.'.k rtgnl
off t.he reel. tievor and 1'oyle hoth
w.ilked, nut Snodgraas lined a sUr.lc
tnuarely Into J. Doylo'f bauds, and Dt
vore was dOUblfd at second. Murray
singled to left, hut Mcrklo flicd out jo
In Trunks and Leather Goods
Chas. W. Wolf
Largest Retail and Wholesale Leather Goods Dealers Id City.
Uatlilug Hult i as re f I. till
Malting mid Choi Bag, S5e. tu 0.QQ
Pll.re ll. i e Hull I'aeea I.IMl
I ipanese Matting Unit
i ssee UJI to S.gl)
l ane snd Ilattan !. 1.1 lo ".fill
UiHic Unit ''eats Ii..1ll I i tt.l.OK
Dowaltwn aitents fur thu Innovation
tirui:ker. I'arkliurst k Suns innl .-tloir
Our entire line of laftory und aliuwroom aagsgltf of trunks, tmei and suit eaaea
At 1 lo 1 Off Our Rcqular Prtccs.
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FORT ERIE RESULTS.
FlflUT RAHO "o;n - eir-old.s snd up:
1100; six furloOff, Top Note, 99 (Belli.
'J t-i I, ., to I and even, svon by head;
BflVOlftllfi HW (Wrlspcn), JO to 1 and
7 ; i I. Igcondl l.adv Sybil, M (SwffDt ff,
;, t. l, s to "i ind 7 to 10, thfril. Tim-,
i hi.'-:.. Aphrodltt, Joe QalttlMi Maltl.i-.
1 ongCi I h noes nnd t'ooney K. also ran
and Mnlsliqd us named.
SECOND UAi K Steeplechase; hand -
j cap; foul - oar-'ilds and upward, ghort
m Tickti 'f Leavt, IM (Xtnntth),
i lo . to D atiil nut. nrst ten
lengths. Waterv jy, M f Allen), fi to I,
4 to I. and t to S, seiond; Stulker, lS"i
.ll. nn, 4 tn I, I to .1 and 2 to third.
Time, 4. of) ?-'. Cirley and Osngo alao
rat, and finished as named.
THIRD ItAlK Three-year-old! and
Upward; B00; sLx furlongt. Royal
Meteor. 109 (8hlll1ni 7 to fi, 2 to 6 and
out. Won; Itojton, 102 il'lckens), 8 to ..,
I to 2 and nit, aasomli t'asque, Uv
(Swatnajr), 20 to I, 7 to 1 and 2 to 1.
third. Time, l.ttM, Imnfleld, Wilfred,
(lerdes and MontOSlM also ran and flii-
isiii i aa Ram ad.
FOl'HTII KAt'K - Niagara Stake?;
L wo-year-old; five Put lo.-utt.-M3u: 1
Blade, lo3 iS II Itlffh 1" 10 1. to 1,
r.. won b .1 longthi AMfbMMtj
1I1 kensi. U to k, 4 t o and 1
BSC -. I . 'est Mile, 111 1 1 ;ig 111), 3
1 to 4 arsl out, third, Wmtr-t.il
Burly, Frog Lagg itsd Molfanl
ran tsid linlaned ns r.annd.
FORT ERIE ENTRIES.
nrr. TRACK, thkt
rue eninnn for tn-ni-'T""
nn-1 m i. t.i. ,
F.H1K. unt., .Iiil 0.
rnces are ft f h.wi:
r -o 1 1 . puri; owned
1 'iii.M , f,i furlone
i.illfi-ni. lis). ' SI Jtvknirlnc. Wl . IW Bid
Lea) .. 114. gall, M.
.1 nl Finn eniT. .b. Bunww enirr.
SKCDNll RAi.F. T'-fr-il.l . mime, selling;
fire furlong.. M.fflker, S; Temfile Hoy. 10,1;
Inv Mar, I OS; Thlrn Fru. ION, T .is Ksc.
P5; ii it I'-mrt. 1 4 Kl . Klri.ts lei.,tT. I0,
Had Eursfl lOB j 'Vsnkee LftVA Oil. Bed lad
ii.iii. li.-i Kims. 107. Flaount, 110. IP
Tl -ee yttr-oldt . iMir?. etl.ini
nt fiB-lcng. 'Iron yiwrn. f.", ;rf. a..
Cardiff. 100; Musk Melon. I'm; I'm There
ICS. Anna 11a) ft li:ve. KT1 rUnorti .
.11 - nnaf ton all Hayniond, '.". Ainsn
Wa. I'"' Apu I'na-e. IDS. Mnt-k. 10.V
i-sichth RACE F.mr cn--i.. ind npward;
tur; handicap; it furi.ers iMthfL m;i.
. i' i. ciii-j 1- 100; nilrleua, loii. ai Pa
herhert, Ifi; )lras.mere, llf.
1 II IIS 1 l-lltlv.
FIFTH KM . r,-e year-Ida d ilieraM;
me mill tandrlan, ind; aaplrln, IQT; Bed
V iue 1", ... I7. Plana Ki n. lirJ .J. H.
lln ihi. a. pr.i
SIXTH ItM'F. PmiMear-oldi ind a:
pcr. inini. men fn.s.aot Aaaa 1.. lie-.
nn Vol ,i- 'Jodie Laiilnt, jflj;
llese. lo". Kd le . ill Tunlala. 102. John
A., Ill gtrnoe .1 V. Jr.. llf,
-KVI NI H tt.M g Three. year eit snd m
wael ; curv, adung; oni tid iiae-Ut,ientli mllea.
stirk li, Aauaa, I'si. It-.tieri "..er. loe.
Ld Kama, till f.i . lad pf. Mmitlgne. 100 1
I j i lot. Hinwia, fOA
' ilenrlce allowta e c.airoed of fii lieijn,is,
Wtalbtr clitt. Trrk tt.
Tt M-ye THAHC, T.atonla. Ky . July tl
The entrlel for to-morrow't race ar?
PIRA1 H.i 'F. -Selling; lQiiatialdlJ rsaMra
(I .. ilv hmongil RfMq an-l HuMer. I":
Ttrrnl lull ; -tsnifs. 103 Madam I'helui. 100:
Mot ,- 103; Jennli Oedaei lot: rxlHi t"i!.
si. tir aiietitro. lol; Uin.''-' AiVlle II.
1i.:i Bthel HtaniaoB, 106. Polly Ih. 110.
NKf'OXI) RAIB fwo-rear-oldl! fir ind i
half tel.. nils. I ui-t'a k. Kilt:' K InB; lla-v-nioa
I' i n n Ml..-. 10; Mery F.mlli. I0B;
Viler, list; Col, '"'k, IOf J'hn WMrV II".
rjoral lis I0S McOrem, lOfj Aegnln. Ill,
Working I.al, 110.
T'liiMi iiu K Sri'ing, Ihrte-rsar-ola ind
,;. , ,. mil tlir.-t- q laner mllea. -Niurlltr tad,
Im .1 .'in I'lrlnnir Jul; I ' ha. Iu5. Vin.si.
lit. Urnitnftea i7. alh-ef KnlgM, no
FOI RTH RJlCB Puitf; three-rear -nMs; e-i-in.1
a .ixteenth ajllet, oajannaooa, lot fi--roan.
11)7; .Indue Mmi-k. in. A lama Bapfe.,
lit thl Mtkma taaa
The Food-drink for Ml Apt
For Iafanti, Invalidt.anrJ Crowing ciuldrfs.
Pin' N utrition, up building the whole body.
Invigoratet the mining metkei and the aged.
Rich milk, malted grain, ia powdtg mi
A quick hack prcaartd Ir-e mimk,
0 No Qomblmm or Trw
4. ail tu 3M.AO
a.ii." tu :.:,. no
n.oo 1 1 on.oii
rdrob Trunkt . - .
t .nid ghot Trunkt
. .von to on.iHi
. SCO. DO tu lOII.OU
. B.OO tu M.00
Irunkll alao, llsnman, Llkey, Uendell,
.ill gnown liuikes ol wsrdriihe trunks.
- l ll III IIKKIIV
i ii.ui.it re.
l-iil M BOX
BjtBCl l. itgliTelTIIP CHOOe
nam .i nwiioi nox
rv oteulna; until 11 o'rlork.
until 11 u'limn.
54 BARCLAY Sf
Co. Wa.lt, ...way
aO CORTLANDT ST
Car Clrck It
PARK ROW NASSAU
. mt At C t. Hat 1 1 Park
f0" 06 BR0A0WAV
CL" Cer. Pwlteett
147 NASSAU ST.
eJa e..u.t SemaeSta,
The aveclfled wolglit In
acb Instance ln-
cunulner. , ,
107 Meesmtsr B., lit:
"lt n, 11.1, 3tr
It.isii 10,; Im 1 11.1,-e lie; 1 .irt. 1 1.
Itifii It a 1: -trims thrte-isar-oMs
np; foe f irtoags, listen rJ,, t;, Vuudrn,
HI ll I'" Ii in 1, III! NeffOT, ml ;
llll-nutsn. P. i. Ileal fsi.tire 110. .1 lirt
fin 11 1-" ti.ii,iti SMIiw. 101, ,
tii.fi.. Il.s Merrl.k. too.
"IXTII RACK teHIng; three yttr-nMa
lilt, "in- and tl.rte ijusrter null ". Unllr. no.
"Ii-.rt nrler. 111'. Hl k linker ton, hist Peep,
114. Wliullut, ion.
Trattbtr rleur. Trsek fait.
OTTAWAS BEAT BELGIAN
CREW FOR CHALLENGE CUP.
itiNt,r.Y-': tiiami', RnftttMl, fnly
I In the third hent for the Urutul
Clia lengv Cup 1 i-day the Ottawa lloiv
Ing ''luirt crew heat the rcduubtahle
Bfltflgn cre-v ..f tlhent that won Ikf
trophv n 1909,
"could not sleep
All Over Ba'iy's Body, Head and Face.
Scratchinf MaM Sores. Used
Cuticura Soap and Ointment and
Have Had No Further Trouble.
"On July T7. lOOO, wt left Tlo.ton for a
trip to Kngluhd snd Krtjl id, tiuie bshy
with us. After Vc In Ireland a few dsva
a natty lash came out m
f in'.: i H I. ml . Vv I.iiiK
11- bun lo a doctor who lata
iyi r y it waa chli ken Dog, and
gave us nicdii hie for him.
The trouble tarti d In the
ii1 ei wrni of a ratn and wat au
TKi-J(l over baby's body, head
ct Mnd f:tr at Blflaeanl
tiinea. It Irritated, add
he would scratch it with
all bis might. The con
sequence was It de veloped
Into pores, ind we we:e
, afrild It would leave
d" r.tatv scars on Ida face.
"When we readied
England we fooV bshy to another doctor,
who aald hla condition was due io chance cf
food and climate, snd gave more medicine.
The raah got no better, and It affd to Itch
atul bum tt night BO had th.it the child could
not alee,'. He waa completely covered with
It at dilWent times. It was ut this time that
mi mother adviaed ut to try Cutknirt 8oau
and Ori'ment. After using Cuticura Boap
tnd Cut!, .ua ointment for about nine months
the placet disappeared. Tlier- are not any
cars, or other kind of disfigurement, and
baby is completely cured by the Cuticura
Soap and Ointment We have had no fui ther
trouhle with baby'l ikln. Nothing Mopped
the Itching, and allowed baby to arep hut
Cuticura Posp and Cuticura Ointment.'
(Signed) Mn. Hargartt Ounn, St Barrel .it.,
Roibury, Bolton, Mils.. March IS. 1911
Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sold
throughout. the world, tend lo Potter Drug
A ( hem C orp., Dept I4A. Boston, for fro
sample of eat h witli book on the skin.
Leave W. 21rd St. H.S0 a.m.
I.eavo Liberty t. 9.UU a.m.
Ieavo V.2lrd Street 7. SO a m.
Laava Liberty street 1.00 a.m.
fl . L U. i
llfsDAMnDiD nvil DUlMlDlM
BWIIIVIinitVIUtl iraf I Willi I I uiun
MlAj CARPETS. BEDDING ii
km ivtrythih6 m housikiifincl
I 1 wmm I
Ji.'i rvu yJ AT
H W AEOLIAN
362 FIFTH AV.
r . York Cltf,
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Yon vild find the lafgHg tff lectio
"iiil.iiis Has a i net aiul lta.nnia. tail
fsr.ntiSM for iiNuDal Ormon.-trtlu;i I
LKAUN IN KVKRY Hu.AVmWtf
( tintp.tr e It v.ltli oth. rit.
Prepied I tin UFuciNituti nf dautlittji. Pr
orii-f.i t,y 1 dtjutltita Id N Y .? -:
ftt Rih'i And li'guL Ator, HKf.-nOr .
HJKH. 0 .luly 4, DAVID K 1 UK.
BarviceN frtim hli rent-l .-rice, 2 0 7 i
feAlnbrwlc) v , lronx, July tt, ,Q 1, M
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. aad Broadwai World's llarljau Uf.
ee. ttn WM ISBth at., and World's
nrnealan Offlee. 90g Waahlogtnii el.,
Broeklyn, for HO ila.a followlaa tae
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i tyaui ii v
Separate Class Rooms
One Small Tuition Fee
F- lt AH
l'n..mited Number ol Lessots
in Every Course
wu mo. nrniti2i -
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The Home of
Hart, Scha finer fls Marx Clothes
at Si 6. .50,
and $25.00 .
VK PAV IREltinj
On ,i fo l uKhaar
IUI aa liso
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lurk Ctafral K. b.
.ind New Yurk. Nee
I la. en g liar liar il
It. U. one block ..war.
WIN MsTURDA V
TU.I Id ". M.
2) QOLBBN OAUb'
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I ins Ibe tlniat uniiiii.ierv oorfc and ellu
rTr1 'r ut unci unit auu ll name
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