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THE ' EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911.
and a) I have nnlv fn .'i(t!i moni-y for
'he rent I t In flu.
"?o r-efnr mming I ere I went Id aee
Tti lawyer, anil ir anl.l vJ u re i
j-uire Mlotr, and loM nt t.. com.
TjRo. He thnlts !! a-milil N well for
vou, In enter In save a niirtnl nml all
-tt 'rt ..f v. ; i'.i Mil 0
nam's bills nt th liotpllHl and ! ti
iwvidi money fur sen. line ur BBtO4
he l arxlnii to Join her alstrr In
4)l1um. o I lnvc attta lrtl 10
,.'i3'h1'" eonilmtd Mr fH"KB. i -
gdHala CMIratVl Introductory Mi.mett
H -V' I ankrd her f r t :. i -aVrnr
and aht lold in. Shall ' repal
- PAVE HER 30 TO HIRE TRAINED
5 IWUltf bIiIp cred tn he.ir tha name
.Apparently, and Mr. r-tokea eontlnaadi
, . told Mlat Conrad 'hat I r
infJfar4r1 Mlaa Oraham aa their-
anataly anrou woman and tiiat
aka bad no rlalm on ia, letfal or
athrwtee, but that I waa wiilinf
'lo kelp bar to reaeonenla B
' tnt I aald I would bire a traluad
. . tiv.'a at f.vf dollara a day for il
mis. tajra, ana after tbat wa would
-oe about tba rant of It.
JJ "Vl '.'onrad euam'teil I! ' 1 tll
paper areelna to provide for Mlaa
bam, tint I told lier I did not pro.
una te commit myself 'n wrltlnK In
After I bad r'vrr. her the l.i'i i
lkd her sometnlna: nhont her'lf
told me that tier fiilher a
man prlnee nnd her IB o that a Hntith-
woman of nn old nn 1 proud fam.lv.
father, ahe aald. came to this
ltry an a young mm. nml nineteen
ki) liKnre lie married tier runnier
Than alie went nn M say that har
xanta moved to UlimfleMs. Nli-a'axun.
here tier father a. it'j.re.1 ni;n'.nn prop-
rtlea worth a voat sum Me ilao
Iwned concession. In Vnnernela, "t
emad. But her fathe-, ahe aall, h id
an killed In one of Hie fieiuent revn-
llons down there Her mother aold
' mlnea for $70,000 and Invented tho
artv In houses lint the houaea
fned down. Than ahe nnd her mother
alatei, ahe aald, had coma tu .uw
rk only a few mnntha bforJ to col-
IJO.onO In Insurance in the hnlld'nMa.
Her molliwr, after arrlv!n hera, bad
h marred ara'n to a man whom
-Mlaa fonracl tecrl!ed na bln "uirly"
a-nd III nntured The alep-father, aha
aald, had apent all her mother had.
Then her mother and her alater, ao aha
told me. hail gone to Molille, Ala., lenv
Ineher here alone I think thin la about
allhe - - I on the oceaelon of our Mint
DIDN'T TALK OF M'SS GRAHAM'S
"Tild you tell her : it Mlsa tlraham'a
mother and two alatera had all en
ducted inuaea of Ill-fame In various
cltlM and that Mlaa Graham hera. if
had been an Inmate of one In New
ork?" demanded Mr. Moore.
"I did not. I never mentioned Mlsa
Oraham'e morala or the moral) of her
family to Mlaa Conrad t only aa d I
rag rded Mlaa Graham aa a vary dan
"When did you neat see Mlas Conrad'"
'Vh called again on June t. She
aald that the burna on Mlaa (Iraham a
faco had healed rapidly, and with the
aid of a little ilnt. a little powder nnd
a thick vel Mr. Stoke) twice repaut
aa thla list of dlagi cs aa though hejalnne," aaked Mr. Moore.
loved to linger on It "Mlaa (iraham "I expected to Bee her hrnthc r with)
ooul. get aboard a ahlp without being . her."
atarad at. Mlaa Ornham waa very
anxloua, according to Mlaa Conrad, to
aall on the Haiti.- and Join har alatar
'frhelr lawyer frland had told them,
ahe aald, that I ought to be willing to
pay her paaaage- $irv nnd give her lino
mora far exmenae) on the other aide 11
aald to Mlaa Conrad that, knowing
Mils tiraham aa I did 1 felt aura If ahe
atfkck Paris with 1100 ahe would tay
there until It waa : ; ( nt. Ko 1 M'd her
I would pay the pasaage money and
give Mlaa Oraham more to take her
OFFERED TO HELP MISS CON
'1 offered Mlaa Cnnrid a check for
the f;ii. but ahe d'dn't want a check,
I went dnwnatalre and raahed 'he
Chan ah., told me that ahe heraelf
tn a bad way ftnancin.il --that an a
alt of ataylng at home lo nutae Mlaa
hum ahe had loat her Job on the
j aald to her, little girl. I'm mighty
rry for you, and I'll do anything I
help you.' 80 to Mlaa Brophy,
! atenuarapher. 1 .1.. tated a letter for
rttoddard of the Mull aaklng him
to-Hn.1 a plaice If he cui.1.1 for tin- bear
er in the faehion department of hla pa
aaj, and 1 turned thla leitur over to
"Aa I did ao I aalJ, Thafa'l one thing
I don't like about 0.1- 0.1 never look
ua In the eye when you am talking to
Sa. lloneat people look other people In
"fihe aald, '.Mr Stokes, I can't look
at you becduae I am so . mt.ari uui 1 '
About thla time my wife came along
the hall and I Want out to apeak to her
Shortly thereafter M! Conrad went
away and I did not aaa her again until
the nlgt of the at T'ot. wa-
nothing Improper about her VlalU to
ma. My dOOf waa wide open on both
ocnalona and much of the time my
t0ogrpher waa present."
fynow, then," a il.l Mr Mo ra, When
swkea had flnlibad all thla and a ti
leaping back In fill 1 h . r, "you aalu
ydftarday that a condition of your glv
h tna tJ aaa that Mlaa Conrad
t hafuid (at haek for y u 1 ghti en lett- a
which you had written to M.aa OlaVham.
To-day "ou make no naatloa l i"'
I art of It II j
d :-o i i xp'.a n t.u
M&S CONRAD HAD AGREED TO
OET LETTERS BACK.
Mr Ftokea grew m4M t .: Ha
atammered tad naltrd a:.d t aa laid II
'.iaa true i .at 11
.aaeure the return of lb) e (htaag lad
but '.hat In hla tettim'.ny i ' .
lad forgotten la mer.t: .1 th' tat
Mr. Moore took jp one Pdftla Itaf .
ter written by Rfkea to Mas ';r -In
whl-h ha Mid that a Ban tag t- gg
oaa of bar lertera in shek ahe askwl
l.im to "give her love to '
a cruatilug bio to !
"I Juat want to gnow ' a)kd Mr
Moora, "why It waa 'cuahlng' to yea
aaVf give her love to another. I war
to know why It cr nhed am' I re
down ao to uiid bar rt aUlng lo.a u
another tf von were not making Ioe
lo her KPWMMr1
M;k strata IVaMM refuaed to allow
the line of rxamalnatlon lo pr ead.
"Old yon not In Oacambar, lsoa.
In Jnnnary, February and March,
1907, and down to the time of yonr
going to Lazing!, n. antartaJn affao
tlnn for Mlaa Qraliamt" continued
"Mffafll" replla" gjtokaa.
"But you did aOfltmOwlCftll with her,
glvlti ber ao ailed fatherly' advice"
"Till letters apeik for ihemeelvea."
"Dnrlng all of that tlma what
ware your Intention, regarding
On'.y to ba polite to ' ar, air."
"And yet you did invite i.er to your
form at Lexington, Ky , to mei ! fMI
"1 did not," anorted WOkMi ' I mere.
Ij ln Ited lior tlii-r-
"Hut ao far an other women are on
frnadi I i were alone at Hint tlma?"
"Itldn't you then nr'te Mlas (Irnti.im
a n 'in I letter telMnir her to come ahead
nine"" he aaked ItOkati j
did noi arrlta aui a u lettar," repiu-d
"At any rate, wtie "nuie, and film' nil
"How loaf did aba remain at ' a
farm with only the banda and a
nagro cook, bealde yonraelf7"
"Three daya, I think."
"Inui'l you know as a mailer of fact
that ahe lift the next morrung?"
"It Is tl-il a f.i I
Dldn't -he leave lie. auae von tried to
Insnl- her in thaj house the night ie
"That is not trna."
"Didn't foil make her alt down be
fore she aft and wnta you a latter
In which aha eitoneiated nu from an
attempt to wrong her?"
"I did not, no auch Idler ealsta."
KEEP SCANDAL OUT OF CASE,
lawyer Jordan took A hand for the de
fenae. He asked Mr Stoke
"Mr. Slokes, you never had any Im
proper relation! with Mlsa ilraham?"
The Aaalatant 1 'latrlcl-Attorney ob-
"What may tie improper in tne mitni ,
r .Mr Bioaaja may noi on improper in
the mind of Mlaa tiraham," aald HI
"Let ua nil try as much aa poaalble.
Id keep scandal nut of thla case," aald .
"Hut the record ifeOWf that Mr. i
Stnkea gave her money
l"'l Dl.mi ,OI
"He may hava given It out of the
charily of hla heart." auggaaied Magis
Whereat all amlled.
The St. kea lawyera put In evidence
the ehe k upon which Stokes got I'-lsi Id
alt Mln. Conrad. Then Mr Hull'-
van had Stokoa declare that he bad
never said mean thlnga about Mlaa
Qraham'l folk). St.. kea then aaku.l to
add thla to hla atorj' of the June 2 In
"1 said. 'Mlsa Conrad. 1 know thla girl
pretty well ireferrlng to Mlsa llrnhmil .
and you want to be certain that she
goes abroad to see her sister.' She sal 1 j
that ahe wcnld not let the money piaa
from tier hand until ahe waa on tha
"ha said 1. 1 won't deliver th
ticket or tha money natll aha haa
left tha lattara In tha houaa and
until ah la aaf a on board tba ahlp.
On Monday I will bring tha lattara
"When you went tn the hotiae did
vou eanect to meet Mlaa Conrad's
I lirofher or did vou exnect tn aaa her
Stoke) left the stand at 1? V,, and the
People called Andrew J. Tully. a police-
man attached to the Thlrty-slxtl.- Pre
cinct, lie waa attached to the Weat
Slxty-e'ghth atreet atntlon then, and
told of arreatlna the glrla when they
anld tbcv Bhoi Slokes
DEFENSE SHOWS HOW NOTES
After the proaeciitlon had rested the
defense made brisk head way. Mr Moore 1
aet right out to trace me mywtafioui
course of the letters from Dllllnn lra
ham's custody back to Mr. eltokea'a poa
aagalnTI and thence to the Criminal
Courts Hulldlng. Fired off. he put A
eUtant DIstrlrH-Attorney "Kredarlck J.
Hu'llvan on the stand
Sullivan aald he got the letters from
Attorney Terence McManus dye dv 1
after the first arraignment of 'ha
chorua girl defendanta Then Mr. Mr
M.inni waa aworn lie had received
them June II from Mr. (tleaaou, per
sonal counrel 10 Mr. Stoke), and he un
derstood at the time Hi ll Mr. (Ilea) in
had received them In turn from Willi. i.l
Cnniliilnns, bouse detective at Stokes'a
OWH hotel. o Mr. Moore dragged the
UnWlllrOI Cummlrigs forwurd and quea.
"Two daya after Ihe ahoollng," said
dimming, begrudging!)', "I made a
search of the apartment of these women
In company with three Central Offlce
detective. In a elOSl behind n trunk T
found a bundle of letters tied with a
pink siring I rwognlaod the bnnd
WTltlni 1 1 MY' Stnke'a an 1 ,1uat allpped
the package Into mv pocket and a little
la'er I handed It prlvataly to Mr.
fjtaat on "
SAID NOTHING TO DETECTIVES
you lacralad thaaa letter from the
BWOPn offlcan of the law"" demanded
"I luPPOM you mtrht call It that." nd
mlttaJ OurnmlfhW "I didn't aav any
thing 0 the dete't vrs ft 111 downtown
gbOlH what 1 found, and 1 kept the lei-
tera until 1 culd sen Mr Stokea s Igiv
"Why did vou do thla?"
"I tbouihl Mi Qlaaaon wu:d want
to aer them flrat."
After trying to get Oummlnga to aay
thic ttiere were more letter Iti the
..-iKin ii pii.-Kage man mere nau iieen two other chl'.nren on the front
w Bl after the lapse taf days, ti.eytnop to-dav when she heard a vail of
iad tha proper kuthorltlaBi Mr
vi . him no and produceJ Detec
tive Jusepi. II. M.'1 'oimli'k. who )ald he
.'o-.pe,l x ir a the ipartmenl and knew
n t Ing of i'ii'iiuitiig-'a iltacoverv.
H.-ie the h.-armg was adjourned with
th, irons- or ainnie and Jordan 10
tlnlah at II" In the morning w ith Ilia
il.lng of une more nltness
As yesterday, th girl gun fighter
gave elOM heed to all that tin Ir ao.
. aal re.d and did, occasionally glg
a'.ing ahan aomethlni oeourrad which
struck t em as tiling funny. They ant
with Mr- Htella Hlnsl-ton. slater of
Ml 'iraham, at I table a few feet
from Rtofcea, Itoth wore white Bulla
a. r. sir. king hats, and both looked
arm but confident.
Th letter Bthl h th proaecullon
:!.. . rag tarda! were not all that
t rrr. wrote to ine." Miaa Ilraham
' ' d lo a:. Evening World repnrer
) j-r ' ft MagiBtrati Fftoohl mounted
te I ' He arot n.e twenty-one In
T at f .ar In particular that
g M .el JP )t and when they Jn
last nail klid see, that'a all."
AVN allW to ilia latter wltUii
i t !en read?"
w.UdB't dare tU you wbal
DONKEY OR G. 0. P.?
WHICH WILL WIN
WHITE HOUSE RACE?
All Rofuiv to Star! ToNlghl
From Luna f'ark Entrant t
P l ITICIANS ON i BRT.
f 'ft l!rIK IS 1( IfS BfilifiVl
tesl ill Foreshadow the Re
sult in 1912.
If mi i g fa the kind of a p illt.ril prog
hoaticator w ho believes In MM automat e
hunch you want to look out for the atari
of the Idg foney Itdaiid-to.Waahlngt.in
race betu e.n the I lotiki ) and tin Klo-
Pbnnt thfalMMtl tn-nlght oVIock
aliaip rmni theuateof l.uni Park an. I
la declared tiy I'md TkOOKHaofl to be Die
only parfactly infmllMa mathod of tell
ing wM :i party will send Iti man to the
White Houaa in lilt,
The conle-t, which will he a footrace
all the Way, except when the pnlr lake
to I he ferrlea, provldea for ! Snatf f
i througli four fttatea. not counting the
llilatrl. t of Columbia, and, roughly dop
I Ing out the pfobabla Um, tho expert
jut I. una figure that (he tlnlah, r ght
bang up again! the White Home door,
will he botween two and three weeka
from the atari.
nut f , ,., of "White llouae or
Rual In I411"
an Inacrlpllon which
both the Klephant ami the Iionkey will
.arry-and Juat ao they finally get
there la what la principally concerning
them. Bold animal) are In the pink of
erudition and the rlgorou) eourae of
lialnlng makes them both ..undent
There will be no welghlng-ln for the
Elephant has agreed lo give the Donkey
weight- he wlahea he could give him
more and It haa been decided that any
ratrlctlona of t hla kind will only com
DONKEY 18 8 TO 5 FAVORITE IN
Bo far the betting odda are In tho
Donkey') faver about H to 6 but there
are many advantage) posaeaaed by Ihe
0. . P etnndurd-henrer that are not
glaringly apparent but are apt to count
In the long run. In the flrai place the
Klephant haa a certain plugahlllty that
even the moat prejudiced admlrera of
the Donkey admit he does not pnMras,
It her politically or goologlciilly. Al
though the Klephant la no ltoaei.cn ha
haa a way of keeping at It and getting
there In the end. That la hla tampera
ment -alow, hut aure.
Aa for the Donkey well, any au
perlorlty or brilliance hla apead In
apurta glvea him la counterbalanced by
the prima dunna-liko uncertainty of
hla temperament. He'e liable to make
a thrilling atari, nutdlatance hla com
petitor for a ahort period and then
Iwva Ma aenalhltltlea ao ruffled by
some unimportant Incident that ha will
balk and refuse point blank tn budge
for houra. All theae Ihlnga taken Into
conatderatlnn. It seems, would make
the ronteetnnta abnui equally matched
and the ...Ids of S tc 6 In the Dnukey'a
favor false figure).
Krod Thompson hag aent n man out
ahead to obtain permits at the various
towns through which the racers will
MM und be haa also arranged for
feed along Ihe line Alan pTMSUtlOM
will lie taken to prevent enrli n Una. o
aa happenurj to tlen. Cuxey some ,e;vrs
ngo when tie trie. I to eenmper gorogl
the White Houaa laWg anil wnM ar
realeil. If the allephant geta there
flrat he will tie allow e. I tn walk right
up and ring Mr. Tuft a front iloor hell
ami w ill be aerved aamlw Ir he and
lemonade, hut if Ihe Ponkey arrive
grel the ehancua are thut he will lie
aent around to the hark door.
RINGER FOR BRYAN TO PILOT
DONKEY IN RACE.
The alaphaal arlll ba rlttdn hy Frank
Wnlker, one of tho gre iteat alaphatll
Jin-key In the w ot Id. who uad to 1'.'
with Harnuni & llalley Tha CMnkay'l
rhli-r -will .he .la.'k HatlingMetyi one of 'he
aplelera ul UUM I'ark whoao reacni
MaAca physleally ami oratorlcajly to
William .lennlnga llryan a.lmlrahly tit
him tn guide the il inkey. Aa the thrlee-
iieitii knight of Pamocraoy he i ag.
paotad to bu a great auoaaaa.
The raeera will prin..eed along the
Itmilevanl throngli l'roepeet I'ark t..
Vlnthnah avenue, IlriKiklyn, and e!!l
erosa the flvf over the AfanhntM-i
Itrldge Afiplleatlnn wsaa made for
parmit for them to rroga the Brooklyn
lli'dge. k a far-aeelng illy govern
nlellt remeui.hi.ratl lli.it the tloorinj of
ii.ii ItiiwiVlvn I'el.tu,. Ij .f nL.nl,. ,. . 1
fggraal lii trtlll the alaphanl tin It. Ar
r'ved In M:i.h:ittTn, they w!!l fgco down
llroadway Mai ferrv nrross to Stat-"!
larand They will then take the n i: i
moblle route to l erth Amhoy, New
Brungwioki Pr!ncton( Tranton, Burling-
ton, I'am.len, PhlladalPblB and an on to
Mother an n f-'Iaa Iliirn.
?lr. Mafttrd He., r. Win llveK In an
apartment on tha aettorx Roar ot Wo.
noi Waahlngton plaoa, the Bronk, kixh
ItltiK' "It'i her tilno-m inlha-ohl baby
'Klre'" and lootUM Up, SAW smoke
ornlng frotn har window in a fan
aeoondfl the other longntt (jeKun to
poir uut ,n panic, and prettj anon
there w as mm- 1 1 a crowd In tha street
thai dpi Bnnatl and the reaervea
from I In
,, . leur
Tremont atation were called
way for the lltemen. lira.
Ker.er'a Hat wn destroyed
PORT OA m: t on iv.
i Hi '.f I VI iiiilmi Hsisneali 1
IM . ,..i .n I
Mlnnea..4ls Ini l .n
IM Mstanaai 1
, rhuaeli. . I'..n Arthur I
NxUiitor u. . I I
they contain," aba aald. "Do you
know," h went on, "when I fat
out of thla troubl I'm fotua: to
put old air. ajtokee' tttmoay Into
a eauUavllle ktch. I'm irolii( tu
writ tn klt aaa etar In It my
aell. I'm aolng to call It On Man
la a Boat.' "
Har fllo prlaaaaf bbiim4 ipa enn
fidi nt and parli) tlmn yalr4ay, The
heal nnd tha smalli of tha t.rrlbly
i. nn run ded, iiwetlerina i nurlroom were
telllnif upirn lin . elie aalil.
A LD HUM AS SAID
TO II A VS BO30BD
FiRB WOKKS DUAL.
1 2aSi"' wP M
SAYS DOCTOR; NO
CAUSE FDR ALARM
(Continued from Flrat I'age.)
hand la now on his way to rnrl. It
Becma that Mr. Ontea first rnn)ulted
Df. Trunk Hillings of Chi. ago, who
told him that he waa In a mnit pra
arloua Condition, Jjtter, he rnnaultad
rirs. Willi, i in II. And at tog and H'el
lowe) DaVkl of thla rlty. and he haa
Dtn under their treatment.
"When I heard lhat he waa 111 In
Parla I at on.'a feure.l that hla Ilvar
and kidney tfOublg I. ml returned, al
though ha waa luhTerlnfl from qulnay
or throat trouble when he Billed. Yea
terday I railed up Mr. Harry H. Black,
who la hearing from parla every day
ami he told me that Mr. Hatea waa
In a very danxerous condition."
CABLES TELL IMPROVEMENT OF
To an Kvenlng World ronorter Mr.
Bla.-k aald Ihli morning: We have
Juat rei'elved a lablegrarn to the effect
that air. (latea la muoh Improved !n
health. I believe that ha It out of
danger, but I cannot tall yet. I anal!
ptohaiily get another cable thla after
neon, for I am bearing from Parla
twice a day."
A private si retary of tha Oatesea at
the Battery place office aald: "We un
derstand that he la Improving. Mra.
Hate g with Mm."
Charlea (J Hatea la aboard the Maure
tanla, ruahlng to Parla. Friends of the
two men nil through Taxaa and the
Middle West have fairly deluged New
York heailii uurtera with anxious tele
Mr. (lutes went to London to put
through with Lord Oowdray with
regard to the I'eirson lntfatl In Mex
ico at a time when he should have ro
nifilned In Parla fur the operation that
he waa told waa neceasary for the re
moval of a tumor. Hlnce he returned
from Loudon 1 r. Doyen haa performed
baven alight operations for the removal
of the tumor, which In Itself waa an
almoat harmless growth In his throat.
Coupled with a severe attack of kidney
and liver trouble, the patient's condlt.on
causes his friends deep concern.
Bly'a Denlli OOgtg Chatrph loo.nno.
lly the Ueuth of Smith Kly, former
Mayor of New York, the Fifth Avenue
Presbyterian Church loses a gift ofelW,
HO. Mr. Bly offered kh nuincy at the
time of Dr. Jowett's arrival from Lon
don on condition that 1400,000 more be
raised by popular subscription and the
whole amount ba used In charitable
work. A committee was appointed to
raise th" amount stipulated, hut an
nouncement was made to-day that Mr.
Kly's death had necessitated an aban
donment of the plan.
RAOI TRACK, Latent, Kv., fat, T Die
aatrlei fei to.sorrow', r.i in folleoet
l iltsT RACK huss; tworaar-oldi: tha and
ea,haM furtongt Tlihei Nightmare, ;iU (taljun
luo. Tourist iti, lunta. IM; Coaeurraa, fill
sir Marl m tn; sir lt:.e. 108; rrselanea loi
Ms.k II. Hul.anka. KHI; Btek .r Ulii. HIT.
si .'iimi KM se!lli., thru ...ir-. 1. 1, and
Ix tlTlnii), lllli Aietrmii P3; Itt.'lalon.
1 ... rudent, 109; Inelaaiant, lo:, Huiuriwll.
Mil Hliifraa. l iVi . Araofet, Hal lasi.t Bum
ll....a n:l I'l-t.u ('.. a l..i... lo'. i'i.ii.i,. l..i.
1117 : Stnr fthie. 110.
ittiiin Bin iiaieii up. thne-rtareldi n.t
up; u f. ul.. tin- Bonaoar, ihi kA4lBi K
are! UM BbIII lry, HO; Antemir. 102;
"Pn...- ii.it. lilt I ftln Story, to, UsUilfb, V
p., tin iieaever nugnat, 101
ViiritTII BAl'S Treplir; lao-JMr-okll! five
in diSJI-hlf furlong Hii.-hsl.ir Olrl. IttS
N In eln right . Ill; lai-ly l.iihtl.ll.jl 10S Mr
ii.... 'il: I'rMumptiuji, in. " KIbb in .
sll.ii. Ill, Mm .a Mil TS) Mic.ilrr. Ii4r
i.. at.Ti'f t Msvi.H.i entry,
t-'irni it 'i: Handtca , thset-ratrrPtai nJ
oil, ana one-ilsleajitn mils- m i New, IJ,,
Wi Mil.' I)., HIV, TboO, llll, PrlBMU OUlt'
ivai. 'HI 1 .-.iineti. .. 107. ta.'. li.irter, 110; Pall
H'T . in'.; rauatlerni lOOj Nnnhn. 117.
11 at i it o t: Melting; thiea-ittr-ojaa nl
no. n. il.- h'i I nn. 'tj . .11 .Is Ts Pay. HI Uuetn
Mnpirlt, 101 M .k''. ma .1. il Kiel, Cm;
III". House lllli Water tAiiv mi, M M.
107 r..n Johunno, loll. Hammer Night, Il.l
II, .,.1. Ilnagi loT; John Resnkia, III.
HICVHNTII II " K --i-lli.., ihiee ii-oi ..l is auu
up mil nd tbree-slttesuflit "lieu, h Band, Ri
n.'hn. log; I ,.,'.u Uaad tot- T .u PisWe. lid
lo uortli, lug; iBiwrttltlm, 111. Ioilb 1.iui
Aptieaatlss n Insraaea rlUBa
Tetlir li.i- track lirary.
666 TEA BISCUIT
"Jokingly we've tiaint-il t;ty rtcipt
.i,ii -.is then :,r'" Ihrea the
family nml we limit ourtelvH to
six t-arh. "
Mrti. A. Hotels, 157 W. lusth ft N. Y.
Stir-RAIMNG VM t
;.n hi- a Co.,
AUTO AND PHONE
TO leDED BLISS
Sixteen - Year - OKI Bride of
Babylon Jut CoutdnM
Wait lo drow Up.
Tnl r'iM1lH'd nn'iiirifomonr tn-clny f
Ihn mnrriiifff nn Wrnsdny nt Alfnan
dr Iinnrnn Arnclil. t ti vonntr adopt,
on f Hrit WIHIhtt. ArnoM, who liat
villa on th South Country ronrt at
Britiylnn, 1.. I., and Hyr-Hna N'lchnla.
thn fiUfikn-vflr-ol.l din rhtf-r of Mth
Allee M. Ilolllna Nleholaa of "Virginia
Farm,'" Itabvlon. fells the story of an
elopement which haa thrilled the mill
I I'.nalre eummer colony along the South
The bridegroom la only four year)
older than hi) child bride, and while
their families knew that they were
deeply In love with each other and that
they had plighted their troth mora than
a year ago, both had promised to wait
for a year or two before they marr! :d.
Their engagement waa generally known
among their friends.
It waa a four-speed elopement, the
young couple running Into town
Wednesday morning In the boy'a sixty
horse-power car. They were married
In the Church of Bt. Catherine of
Hlenna on East Sixty-ninth street by
the Ilev. Father Oeorge I. Conlam,
paetor of the church. Two of their
young friends were witness of the
ceremony. Immediately after the cere
mony they telephoned their reapactlve
motheta and set out on their honey
moon. Mrs. William Arnold, who waa Mine
Annie Stuart Cameron, has a winter
home at No. VI East Klghty-aecond
atreet. Aaked about the elopement to
day she aald:
"Both famlllea are pleased. The chil
dren were engaged. We wanted them
to wait, but they decided that they
The bride la a blonde of the most
atrlklng type. She la familiarly known
In tha Babylon eummer colony aa "Bob
ble." She haa several alatera and one
brother, Harry I. Nicholas, who mar
ried Miss Dorothy Snow, daughter of
Mr. and Mra. F. A. Snow of Tuxedo
IN SAFE AND SANE
(Continued from Flrat Pag.)
contracted for and aaked how much It
waa worth. He waa told that 197.60
would be the proper price for tha city
to pay for the MI0" show.
"I reported this to Mr. Kidder," aald
Mr. Boot, "and he sent for Mr. Marx.
Mr. M trx waa very angry, about It and
said that he knew I was wrong. He
offered to bet $100 that the M3) orders
could not ba duplicated by anybody for
Alderman Dresoher aald that all his
dlatrlct received was a bunch of Koman
candle "and the only liomhs I got were
a pair of bums to set them off."
Aldermna Estabrook told or receiving
In combination with Alderman Morrtaon
"1 duxen Koman candles, 133 pounds of
red nre and ISO bombs, with a few
broken papier maoh mortars whlr'i
could not be used to fire them.
Alderman Morrison said that he had
told aoveral other membera of the
hoard on the afternoon of July 4 that
he waa going to preserve hla allottment
of fireworks to uae as evidence In an
Investigation!!. A few houra later Dove
and Cox called nn htm, he said, an I
pleades) with him to aet oft the fire
works and eav nothing.
ALDERMAN UNDERTAKER TELLS;
SAD TALE OF WOE.
Aldopman Marlu.rt' contribution to I
the experience meeting waa a tale of
woe which almost Htnrteid a riot.
"Oentlemen," he aald, "I am an un- !
dortatWfi And when the pouple who had I
gathered to seo the firework which ' i
had gaeufod frotn the city for them and
this fool furcc was displayed and fin I
MARX WHOLE SHOW
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY, 7th
BTIlAWIII.KHV CHKAMKII lll.UI'.IlT.
Itere-a P"aaj, l nr
.iisr irem, Iilrmlid ivltli In.
Irc.h ulrawlierri (litvur t un- I III"
Ins- it larae fat fllliert. M.W
I'OI Ml BOX
SPFXIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
rnoroi th ootrrfd t nraai i-r,i-
I'KHMIM), This Is not only ry B
rnnlrrtlun, bill It linen yen B"l f.
irnt FtTwtm Wi
oi.lt it ri'ii stvi.k utr.AM OHOOQ.
LAI 'III These are Belieeiiiia-.laeil. vael
SuaU flaured rhueelM Vaa. lemon,
urnnfe. slrawlierrj, ete eream
tenter, nnd envi-red wltli n lf.
Sr. M""",y 'VnsU fR 3WC
rurU lioiv uml -.irtl.mll X"?! 'SSiHfiillkf
U4IH fMOOM uiti k Mi'-iivn K ion
If MM hNOWMi
Pon't Ki t ncrvoun If tho tlnio to ohort.
pleS Dill ! of i tm i' Ik tit f omi'lnat oM,
No wnndfrln a from 'tuinttr to count or
on.l wultltiif, for tile llOXM to tm tlcil Up
tho coinlilnHtl iri nitnln tho vory oo
lotlottM yuu wanl- - ho.epoi u i m -i.-. Kit
Fridays and Saturdays, 99c
tahpfl they ftllpl rrw n (rrnftfr. Thy
Mhfiutwvl that nhamful word at mc.
lTaftr.' And, n(lrmn, th?i wnt
farther, Tfiy ahoMtd at me, 'Vou
tniiHt havo MVftd th" price of tout
coarfifn and pftlfl of horjar? out of this.'
rthrcrd and laiifrhtfr fr im bFOtllff al
di'rnttti.. ISmUMMOj J not lauKh. It
WM thf in Oft tr.-.gk moment ttf my Mf.
I arn an IMMIWI man. (ChtffS,)
"m, I'm not jklnK VVt are a!) nl-lii-rmen,
bUl t never dUl what tny pto-
iJc i"fl'rr did, tiiktriK frm $J to erii-h
fr every permit I stood for. I never
yen took a drink or a clear. I"
"Oh! 1 object,' shout'-d Aldermtin
i '.irherry. "Thlg nu etinx Is ah.mt Are- 1
uorks and II not ahout th rlhtH and
prfvtleKeM of Aldermen."
"If the Alderman la tmneat," aald
Aldrrnian Preai'her, "he la entltHHl to
"Well, rejoined A lder man Markert,
"It made me aore."
A reaolutlon WM offered hy Alder
man f'allahan anl adopted tlthOflfflMj
the appointment of a QOIMnltttN of
thre to co-oerate Willi the Comp
troller and 'ommieaioner FoMMk Ah
dermeti lient, Morrlnon and ' amphvil
FOSDICK THINKS WITNESSES
WILL SEE A LIGHT.
Aubrey Dove and .1 J. t'ox, the only '
members of tho 1'nlted l'lrew nrka Cum
pany who have been uncovered, so far,
In th Investigation of the Bafe and J
rane graft which made a fizzle of scores
of municipal celebrations on Tuesday
nlgWt have not been found yet by Com-
mlsaloner of Account) Fosdlck'a ub
pnena server. Mb hole Naima, the
New Jersey mannfa -Hirer who awore
that he sold to the United Fireworks
Company th "420" packagea for IW0
eaoh, had promlaed to appear before
Mr. Foadtrk to-day and bring some of
his employee. He did not show up.
Mr Kosdlck said that he thought
Nanna had been "seen," and had been
Instructed that the Commissioner' sub- ,
poena was not effective on a resident
0t New Jersey. "Hut," said Mr. Kos-
MojL "when It become clear to Nanna
that he will not be paid until the Comp
troller haa approved th bllla of the
1'nlted Flre-orka Company and also 1
thnt the Comptroller will not pass on tho
bills until Nanna appeara before me.
he may see a light."
Aldeimati S.imuel Marx, who made
the contracts with the L'nlted and other
companies, will be the last witness
called In the Investigation, If, lndeud,
lie la allowed to testify at all.
Commissioner Fosdlck said to-day
that he was not i'olng to tell, at pres
ent, the name of the fireworks dealer
who had told him that be was ap
proached by a man who demamVd a
35 per cent. commls)lon a) the price of
giving him i'ourtli of uly appropria
One Man Killed In l.lectrlcnl Storm
AI.T1AN Y, N. Y., July 7. Following .1
heavy electrical at irm during which oil
man was killed here yesterday, two
others were prostrated hy the heat .tnJ
died soon after. Four other prostration
Vht storm wa accompanied hy a ter
rific wind erhlch played havoc with tele
phone, telegraph and electric light wire,
and put local atreet car service out of
commlselon for nearly forty-five mlntit.i
during the rush hour. Only a few drops
of rain fell, but the atmosphere cooled
John Wlckert, a hotlermakor, lost his
life on the roof of his home, when a
bolt of lightning struck him on the head.
It came out through the heel of his
It's Going Some When
the other fellow acknowledges
he's beaten and drops his prices
to meet my competition.
(My Only atore )
119-125 Walker St., New York
3-4 Kt.t $35
I'.irt whl to. ferr hrililtnt 1 nt to bo
poroporocl ltri th "crooked kfM
offered n? othtri.
Casperfeld Si Cleveland
141 Bowery SSCSV
,RT1I ul i i HA Nf ST . rlTATIDN.
utsni KeeBtaaj tin 7
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY, 8th
CHOOOLATfl C(tVRRKI) KANl'H KK KY
Mil II UK (HKAIH. Dp liUN frra.li.
riiip. rid rMNiilirrrhM atinl I n-iu h fl i
NUKur (Train immltaVil lulu utmito I lll
nnd I in ic
'ui t rrd.
m. v v
I'OI M) IlOX
TO N (an MAKSH M U,0WH. luro
mirliiiiftllii o iM)tMiru ul liuaoy tud
H lllli Of filH liiMTfll Htlll
ohrisidrd cucuHntil hiu! oibi(m
iiutll nltl bruwiifd.
Ill Mi HO
Mil 14 CHonii AliMOMl Ml -III
Kl' ' MTKHM. Mini cn-rv 1MU.
kni'HH ul t Iht it Jtiol vbolsSv ft
lllliKillllH -1 ml rillirrf Mlliul It
frtd ',r l'(iiuliir inllk i lioio
i Hi-, nlnr. M-.. iiur prtii- .
I'OI M IlOX
54 BARCLAY SI
e. Amu , .
MRK ROW 4 NASSAU
i-i wlrht In u ttiotoiice
BARRED FROM TENNIS,
FELIX GOES TO COURT.
Lawyer Brings Injunction .At! ion
Against Owners of the Lofl
T'nitllne Felix, through hcT hushin,
Doula Felix, n I iw yer, Mksjd JUBtlCB
;vegi,n In tin Hnrrem Court to-dav I
to grant an Injunction ngainst the es-
lata of Long Botioh front depriving her
frotn the esc of the tennis ground) ad .
)Olnlnj the hotwl at Img Iti ach.
Felix, who at-gued the motion In bo- I
half of hla wife, aald that the tennis
gP0Undfl had baH nse-l i.y ills wife an I
other p-ople at Ding Itei'-h sin -o lanti.
Thll ye ir a slirn was joti-.l statin th it
I fa was to he charfjodi and alar, that
nny nne us.uk the ground wnuM hgVB
to wear tennis shoes. Felix claimed
thnt he is entirely exclude, frorr tho
un- of the grounds.
For the company It w-as rnntcmled
that the only per..na who can now i)e
I . tfoundg are the njoffli of the orth
era of the hotel.
"Why Is this party excluded'" nskid
Counsel eald that It wis done on ac
count of Ihe poll y iti.it waa adopted
by the hotel management, but Felix
ornke In to say that It vns done be
cause he had beaten William II Ry
noi. Is, the president of the company,
Ifl H law
it an ttio latter t!in;itinrl
to r-'t illnt
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to the Emergency Laboratories, 3j
o'est Twenty-Hfth street. New York
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2209 3d Av.. Bel. 120th i 121st Sis.
Bronx Store, 3d Av. k 149th St.
362 FIFTH AV.
Bf V 1. i
IO "vw a i.y.
Tou will find tho Ur.-.t olntioD of Vii-tor
"tlklrjg SiokbJDti oml ltr--ri. ond Iho uool
fofiiiUoi lor wnuoiU ilciouutriUoa la cirouior
Made by E. Pritchard,
331 Sprlnff St., Haw Tors.
Sold by Grocers and
10c Per Dottle.
jjr uvonwni jij;ir iootB im pwuh wtia
V-wZV'Q HU At BKWl ecoiifinliaU duti
frico. 5 droot oiftke a cK-au nnntu.
a r -sTv -0Eit ftttordl an iiauljltt (Not,
btng 'olutf1jf unluue In tlili rt';dK't.
And Imnrove Health
sX ii HAL U mietinal.o U ft tjth
ranr, avrni (lrotropr, arul tir-alMg ftgttut '. .,
all j iTl.'tTiiid c'iuUiia of the mnitli.
l7jGCV-0 H.M. i yrfi'iuyd 1')' an ar."ijitl'in
Of Xnlfet ami preacr.bfti iJ l.OW MatMti
In Sr-.v 0tk ?ttj. ......
Hold at ItlKr.H ami II M . tv n HT'is
anil i oa OM ' ' 1'rlro
ii- . mil-.
The oldeKt whlakor In Amer
ica) over 122 yeats ot pretle
la New York. Smooth, palat
able, mature. Try it.
STEWART DISTILLING CO. "
PblUil.lpMs New r.wk Il.l..,,,,,,.
Ho Balra I'harf) lor II.
ailTru.iuui tar 1'bt v. ....J iuaji im lft u
aj Am.rl.n HUU1W lla.u) UUlO I Um
IV aniU I . M. I
I.elahlMied Over 60
N. S. BRANN
231 Eighth Ave.
hM. 2 1 nt nnd 22J Dtl. )
Onlv a few days left
tn dispose of ami.ouo
orth of I) I a in o n d s.
Vt ati hi s and Jewelry.
Regardle of ("oat!
, Knfrayinf! Don Free I
A GREAT RISK
is tin1 btaphacard buying
of glsMieti Vet many
set pl:issts lliat ny,
because they ltink it in
When you oaa get n ser
vice like ours at the cost
of glotxc Otllffi is it
cheaper to risk your
Eyes Examined 5J2SS1
By Registered Physicians,
Oculista of Ixiiir,' Expfrience
IVrfect-Fitting (llasse) et ti 80
223 Sixth At., IMh St. 21 7 b dwar. Astor House
350 h ilh A., Z2d St. 101 Nauau Ann St.
! 17 Wert 42d Bet. Sih 6th Area., NewYerk
I 49 Fulton Si . Tor. Bond Si.. Brooklyn
Open H ond SQuTOoy evqs unm 10
3 Room Outfit $75
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mi.l kll hen. I'srlor and II rd room.
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CunilNthK of Turlnr. Ileilrnom
5 Room Grand Rapids
Furniture Outfit, $225
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