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GREY LAG AT 2 TO 1 WINS THE BROOKLYN HANDICAP
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VOL. LXI. NO. 21,769 DAILY.
Copjrrlchl, Ullll, bj The 1'rros rlblWIdflf
Co. (The New York World).
NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1921.
I.nlrrril i rVrimilnM Miittrr
M Office, Nrw Vorlt, N. Y.
PRICE flHREE CENTS
MILBURN SPRAINS HIS BACK;
MAY DELAY POLO TOURNAMENT
Racing Results, Charts as Baseball I NER IN KABER CASE
1 1 1 Annmo r n a iiamh
Giants ... 0 4 0 1
Chicago . . 4 O 0 1
It.itterles Ryan ami Sndcr; Tj
Brooklyn .0020401 1 08
Pittsburgh OOGOl'000 2 3
Hatteiies Cadore and Mllior; Hamilton, Ponder, Zinn and Schmidt.
Phila 0 0 1 O 13 E B-HB
Cincinnati. O 2 4 2 5 i ?S H-H
Hattcrlrs Kecnan and llruggy; H renton and Hargrave.
t AT BOSTON:
Detroit... 10010 0 0 2 O 0
I Boston.... 10 0. 00 1 1 1 O 1-
Hatluries Pen lit and Alnpmitli; IcunopK and Uucl.
E SECOND CAME.
I AT BOSTON:
iDetroil ... 2 O 0 E! d -
Boston.... 00 1 I II 1 I-
Batteries Khnilie and Haggler, H ush and Walters.
AT WASUINCTO.N .
St. Louis.. 2 O 1 D 1 SI 1
Wash'ton. 0 2 O S IS B I i-
Battonci Iloland and Sryi roid, MosndRe and Oharrity.
s Chicago at New York, postponed; rain.
Cleveland at Philadelphia postponed; rain.
GREY LAG WINS BROOKLYN;
IN P. GRIER RUNS SECOND
liy Vincent Trcanor.
AQl.'WDUCT RACE TRACK, June
17. Clree ,,lc threo-ycar-old of
the Rancor-is Stahlo won tho Brook
lyn Handicap tills afternoon by a
lentrth and a half from John P. Grlcr
with old Exterminator third, a length
back of the Whitney colt.
Twenty thousand cheered theatrus- i
trie from start to flnlBh. Tho time,
1.15 4-6, was 4-5 of a second slower
ihan the world's record. C.roy I.as
came from behind tho final eighth of
itho lone stretch and, overhauling
John T. Gricr who was in front at
the time, won going away. Exter
minator, out of It in tho early run
ning, was closing with his usual rush,
but the finish lino was too near for
him, so third was tho best ho could
The raco reauy was mu m mu
Htretch. Up to that stago Leonardo
2d had 'been leading by open daylight,
followed by John V. Crier nnd Au
dacious, with Ktern.il on tho outside
laboring in the cuppy going about
Turning out of the bnckstretch, Au
dacious began to show tho effect of the
fast pace in front of him. Leonardo
was Btill In front when straightened
out for the run home, but he was tir
ing and there was a general closing
behind him. At the eighth polo Leo
nardo 2d "chucked" It and tho Whit
ney colors on John P. Crier then
showed in front.
Moanwhlle Eternal wnH forced to
pwlng wide on tho outsldo In tho
etretch at a loss of sovoral longths, no
he was In no position to tako up tho
running whoro Loonnrdo Sd, his
Btabio mate, loft off. On camo C-rloT,
but In that final eighth Fator on Qroy
g moved up fast.
... r- ..
C caugnt urior mnuo uy piniuo,
)tnd fifty yard from tho flnteh cot
I 0 E3 E3-
i m o a-
l' - r. Cheeves and O'Farrell.
his no?e In front. Ho drew away then
in handy' fashion. Tho others in the
raco were badly strung out. Donna
cona was piactically left nt the post.
Lvoiiardii id returned to tho scales
lleorgio spilled the beans for those
who calculated on a coup with Pen
Roto in tho opening event. Ho camo
from "nowhere" In the last fifty
yards on tho Inside, and won going
ivway. Up to this time. Pen Roso bad
stuod everything on its head. Out
run to tho stretch by Stop Lightly,
Veargin hold her together In tho run
home. She made Step Lightly quit
and then stood oft Dunboyne. Shu
was going onto win cleverly, appar
ently, when Georgio dropped Into tho
plcturo suddenly. Cum Sah ran an
even raco to bo third. Valor ran for
half a mile and then stopped. Ho was
a lukewarm favorite.
Tho IJaysldo Steeplechase, a three
horso affair, was most exciting. Tho
trio cleared the last jump almost on
oven terms. Crawford on the favorite,
Elinor Johnson, had the most loft,
Sho won by a length from Cresthlll,
with Mohican a length back. Elmer
Johnson opened 'up a big gap at the
start and looked as If he never would
come back. At the far turn last time
round, however, Cresthlll and Mohican
both closed on hltn and It waa a horso
raco from then on.
Morvich wns a prohibitive favorite
in tho two-year-old event, third on
tho card, and ho won llko It. Ho
went to the front at the start and
vas only galloping at the end to win
six lengtns in the good time of .59 z-&
June Grass was in a contending
position to tho head of the stretch.
but tired In tho run homo to let
Draft and Relay come from behind
with a rush to finish second and
third respectively, Morvich Is evi
dently ono of tho topnotch Juveniles
or the year.
Buddy Ensor broko Jock Bcot off
In front In tho fifth nnd kept him
there throughout, although bearing
to tho Inner rail rvll through tho
ftretuh. Rcral Lodgo oliawid tho
puco all tho way but ho wasn't good
onough for the wlnnor, Miff llnng
tuived ground nil thn way on the rail
nnd wim UD In time to 1m third. Do
Mpntr, played for a killing;, was prno.
leal)y loft at the port.
AQUEDUCT. JUNE 17. WEATIIEK ItAlNY. TRACK SLOW.
FIRST HACK Tlit Ki nekton llamlint;
(urtoncs; J1.1U5.13 tuMnl. t post
place unie Ttino. 1.18 Winner,
1 1 1 1 1'ou iUmft . . ,
SOS1 I'inn Sail . . .
- lfcmbuynr . ,
;- Step Mirhtlr.
178 ATiiilTirwary . .
(ii-orgla dwM ilth a rcmarkaklo hurst ot mxtil
waa bcK of the others. Cuni Sail bad no ciita.
BKOO.ND HACK- The lUyaiJf S?Uli,jr MwplichMjfor four-jm-olda and upward; about
tu milm; 2.0i) aiMrd. At ivrt S.mi tut at 2.40 fetait loixl. Won nwilj: pUci
flnnnit. firm-, 4 IJ 2-S. Wluit-r. br. g hy Harry Jlerruianu diromi Una. Ovinrr, It II.
Its Mmcr 4(lnon. . '-'
- Groit 111U 1
152 Mrturin 3
ElmtT Johnson hcM the ract safo all the ray
TItrilll KACh For tvio :.Tar-olJj; torditlonn: flif fitrlnncs; piime J
b. c. by ltunninilt- -lljmtr. Owner
. : no 2
. t 107 4
. 3 iws n
4 1(1 7
. 1! 10.1 3
. O 1074 1
. 7 !' 5
'M Judo Rrxm , . ,
210 Ho n Una....
CUncMwU . . .
Jiwt a gallop for Monicli; drew a-aj at tfcr eklith pole and on cased n.
the cAbrra. ltelay ran a fair race. June (Ira tru outnir all the way.
nnv FOUnTlt llAOU The Ilrjonlyn lUmlicar: for threc-Scar-olib aiul upward: one
ZZII ,Witli mllrn. mine JIOXOO At xt 3 3.1. otfal3 3a Mart itood. Won
"V plauj drilng I'mie, 1.40 4 -5. Wmntr, rh. c. by mar Short Jfu Minnie.
itanwaH MaJnc. 'IraliuT. a. 0. Hiltlrit...
1 111) 6"
(1U0) Mlrcy las
Joint P drier. . 4
l.H Kxtennlnator ..10
1M0 L.xinanlj 2d.. 7
(Xipt. AhwJt... .1
(1MI AiKladom II
154" Mirt llatlcr. . .
112 lilatn 11
It I'anl Jm.. 3
13Hi Kl.'nul 0
JOS Dmnacona .... 2
1U1 3 l
127 .1 3" 34
102 1 S S
12J !l 10 114
110 10 8 10
12.S 7 44 44
W)4 IWt at l'Q3t
Itancocas Stalile entry. Xalapa Farm entri. ''f'iinirton Stal.le cntrj'.
tircy lAt, nicely rated to the head of the nlch, niorcd up fajt when calWl on. itcnt to Ihe
frcnt at furlor.g pole and won ith a little In mj-rre. John I. drier showed viol speed and finuJiid
oit atronit. Kiterminator had no early nxed; do.ie.1 tcry fart, lmardo 2d quit. Mud Hatter did
not like the going.
FIFTH JtAClv 1 or thrce-lcar-oMa and iiBrd; felling; one mile; mure f 71,
, lwt 4 03. Hfjt4.0S. -.tart poor Won easily; place driilng. Time. 1.. 'IK I.. 1
I', h. by thtden-'l-'ran'aie. (iAner and trirnT, .M. J. Muiphy.
I'.r Wgt St. H
(I7UP ltcgal Ixdgc
1!! 3litf JUre
(H9) Miw IVttle
I Id Hlb'tJcUJct ..
3X1 4femoufi.flir ....
Pirate Jlrt.oe .,
Jock lice, had all the aiel and nrcr Wt
gtw.1 prLion and ha.1 no exctwe. lliff lng ran
tl.71A13 At I.t 130. Oit at 1.11
0f4 3ft; Wimicr, Mk. f. by l'ctcr 1'anYaiMAce itlri. Owner, 11. 'r
hi. lex. Startcm.
1.13 -Y.ijli,M Maid..
174 Alico C
Swift flnni. . . .
? iJ' I,- Jl l' '"lil'1tl.. a I! 13 3
5 5 ?,J 1, -Ma K-ih ... .1 II -2
M5 I i. ; ;lva i 3 r, r,
jir. ti i i.i r.iTi 44 iumwj ..a.i i.i iii
.1 3 a",, ft; ,Mcl...20 21) 20
!!-' i I ? -, 7 '"4 Mjrt" - ;k ;i'
111 ft r4 14 114 74 lvr ... ft .1 72
lift s H4 ' V4 R4 -Motraff .. 12 1.1 1ft
nr. io to in oi in luce ..... in i.i in
11.1 II 13 13 11 soi Itnlrigiioa. ,'UI Ml Mi
lift Jl It: 12 12 It .Miller ...Ml lit I'.l
nr. d oi oi : 12 c. Kumv. 2 n i.-i
lift IK 16 111 111 13 Amhro! . (Ul 30 1ft
11C5 17 U II II 14 KeRu ...f 30 1.1
IIS tt II 11 IS 1ft HainUfn.. 20 40 40
lift 1.1 1.1 1ft HI HI I'onifl ... 12 20 Ift
11.1 10 17 17 17 17 Vranrn 30 'lll Km
115 13 1" IS IX I Ilrtrnerm.. 30 lll Km
nr. in 111 m 10 ihT ...30 w mi
11.1 20 20 20 '-0 20 Werner . . Ml Km tff)
ii-iry I'atnaa .
M "nrando ....
Xaffv Even. . . .
Finnlfh Maid. .
Aik-lL-l 3 . . .
Whitney entry Oak Itldje Stable entry
Yankee iMaid wan much the licrt -id won galloping Valentia timt badly in last furlong. Kill
had no rictue. Alice 0. ran good race.
ARE OUT FOR THE
BIG CHAMP FIGHT
Stroke the back of your ticket
for the Dcmpaey-Carpentier fcout.
If it is rough It Is O. K. and your
seat h assured. If It Is smooth
then It is a counterfeit.
This warning waa sounded to
day by Tex Rtckard, promoter of
the bout, who announced that sev
eral Individuals havo been ar
rested at Reading, Pa., by Fed
eral authorities for selling fake
tickets. Charges of counterfeit
ing, because of the war tax stamp
attached, and of forgery because
tho pasteboards bear a counterfeit
signature of Tex RJckard, are the
charges they will have to fnce.
BROWNSVILLE, Tex, Juno 17 All
the real estate holdings In Brawssvlllo
of James A. Stlllman ot Now York
have Just boon sold to R. L. Btcll and
aatiaoctatrs. The connldnratlon, though
not mads public, U said to bo around
for tlvrpyrr-ol(l and upward; rx orvhalff
2.13 (MI nt a. 18. Mart gw. Won UmUJ; I
cli. g by &tart Shoot -Fair AuUntu Owner, (
Str. Hn. Jock-ejii. Op. Il!7
In last aUternth and on joins aaay. lvnrw
Str. Pin. JorltyyH.
Op. IU. CI. l'l. 3.1.
7-r. i:i-l t-s
!..-. s-s a-.'
4 a 7-in
Crrat Hill ran his ract. Mohican held on hcII.
aud trainer, r. Ihulc.
itr. Fin. Jodtpja.
U. HI. CI. l'l. 3d.
Kocxli . ,.1!
ii' .Mooney ... 30
4 Mctco ... S
.! CnltiifUI... 10
V4 Collirx ... 30
7 KHay ... 20
13 raft nas bout of
rir. hn. JnA.rn. tUl. HI. CI. l'l. M
P4 I'ator .,..S2
2 Mi Kv;h ... 4
31 lim, ... 4
Ii'pbmfon. . 4
MiK.nc . . 20
C Kum'cr. II
Sandfl . . .fi-2
Hn .... to
.mlrc. . 10
KrlHay , . . 13
3 .1 2
.1 r. 2
5-2 II ft
21 Sa Jiilo . . . .
3 ItoiWffU". ,
I' 4 WalU ...I
r4 'wiw . . .
li' Callahan ..
7lo l'iic . .
fu - nwM in iloiHt. Itrgal lNUte wa a!
&ya in a
hw race, otheu leatcn wTf.
ew; maidrnd: fonr and one-
half rnrioniM! Dnr,.
btart gofMl. Won easily;
plae driritur. '1 line.
fttr. Via. Jockeys. Op." Hi. CI.
FIRST RACK Mve furlongs. Way
ward Lady, $6 and J3.20 first; atom,
$3, second i Miss Crcstwood, third.
Time 1 3-5. Non starter. Starella.
SIvOOND RAiJK Six furlougs. Ea
covar, 3,70 and 12.70, first ; Nordeck,
$3.40, second ; Basil, third. Time,
1.14 1-5. All ran.
THIRD RACK Ono and one (U.irtur
rrlles. Whirling Dun, 3.30 and 12.30,
first ; The Virginian, 12.70, second;
Jetsam, third. Time, 2.05 All ran.
FOURTH RAOE Six furlongs. Cho
Cho. tr, nnd J3.50, first; Aililo Denr,
$4.00. second; Fallacy, thlid Time,
1.11 2-C. All ran.
FIRST RACE One mile. fSwei t I'a
tutle, J4.70 and J4, first- Fern Grass,
J 1. 46, second; Kastward Princess, third.
Time 1.43, All ran.
SECOND RACK About two
Dandy, J34.20 and 13.35, flr.it:
Olivor, J3.2i, second, Algurdl,
Time, 3.62 2-5. All ran.
THIRD RACE Five furlonits.
Roclmatcr, $5.80 and $4.f5. first; Helen
Major, $4.95, second: Oo L.i Ui, third.
Tlm, 1 01 All ran.
FOURTH HACK Ono mile. Bengali,
IS.10 and $S.1'5( first; Crown of Gold,
$590, lecond ; Oakling, third, Time,
1.42 2-5. Non startors. War Canoe, and
(FUoIno Entries on Pages 2 nd 28.)
CODE USED BY MRS. STELMAN
IN WIRE TO INDIAN REVEALED
1 huiviiio nt mu m i
IN KILLING CLEVELAND MAN!
District Attorney Moore and
Police Arrest 3 1 -Year-Old
Suspect Near Buffalo, N. Y.
MRS. BRICKEL'S STORY I
Mother Love Wrung' Murder
Confession From the Aged
Mother of Mrs. Kaber.
BUFFALO, June 17. Salvators
Cala, thirty-one years old, ar
rested at the village of Eden, 15
miles from Buffalo, shortly after
noon to-day, admits that he had
a hand In the killirlg or Daniel F.
Kaber of Cleveland two years
atjo, District Atorney1- Moore said
in a massage sent to the Ohio
authorities following Cala's cap
ture. Mr. Moore's message, addressed
to the Pollco Chief of Cleveland,
"We have under arrest here
Salvatoro Gain, No. 1078 East
126th Streot, Cleveland. Admits
killing Knber. Ho is ItaTian,
thirty-one years old. Deep scar
on right side of chin. Camo to
Buffalo several days ago. Will
hold him for officer."
By Martin Green.
(Staff Correspondent of The Evening
CIJ-jVHLAND, O., Juno 17. Jlothor
lovo waa tho factor which finally
liroko tho bonds that held tho tor
tured conscience of Mxty-nlnu-yo.ir-old
Mia. Mary Bncknl and prompted
tier to mako a confession upon whlcn
tho authorities of Cuyahoga County
baso their chargo that Mrs. llrickcl's
daughter, Mrs. Kvu Cathorino Kaber,
instigated the murder of her husband,
Dan Kaber, In Lakowood, a suburb of
Cleveland, nearly two yoara ago.
Mother lovu for a son not for the
daughter. It waa not until tho son
was accusod of tho murder of Kuhur
that Mrs. Ii'rickol acted. Tho accusa
tion against tbo son was unjust, and
rather than let it stand hi aged
mother turned upon ber female child
and placed her in tho shadow ot tho
Charles Urlckel is the son's name.
Ho was brought into tho caso because
of the knowledge of human nature
possessed by P. S. Chrlstensen, tho
middle-aged, hard-boiled Chief of
Police of Lakowood. a city of tiO.OOO
people, adjoining Cleveland on tho
west. It was In Lakowood that Kaber
was murdeu-d in his homo by usi.at.blna
who stabbed him in bis bed.
Chrlstcnsen is the typo of man that
wears suspendera and a belt simul
taneously a cautious man. Ho doesn't
move until he is sutlsllcd that tho
movo will mean something. On tho
night of July IS, 1813, Chrlstcnsen
heard tho mortally wounded Dan
Katie r say his wife hud hired the men
who murdered him.
Through information furnished by
a woman detective ho had hlrod,
Christeiihcn buramo convinced a
mouth ago that .Mrs. Ilrickel, torn
by conflicting emotions, would ac
cuse her daughter of the murder of
Kaber If ho could find the way to
force her to talk. Mrs. lCibur was
Imllcted on June 1. Mrs. lirlckel,
though hounded by detuctiVLS, had iu
filsed to make a statement implica
ting her daughter.
On tho evening of June 5 Christen
Ben bent a detective out to get Chur
llo Urlckel. The detoctivi reached
the little Police HcaduarU - In the
carlv dusk with his man. Urlckel
(Continued on Fourth Page.)
THE WOULD THAN HI. I1011K.AU.
read,. IMiltaer (World) liuUdini. U-U I'ark
low. K. Y. CStJ. Ttlephono flMkmin 11)00.
I'bM-k room for bagiiio and psrrrU opts day and
ntgnL Money ordtra and travUlers' tatcla for
MAY DELAY POLO
GAMES IN ENGLAND
Captain of U. S. Team, Sufl'er
ing From Sprained Back,
Consults King's Physician.
LONDON. Juno 17 (Asioclateu
Prcsi). An eleventh-hour sensation
was sprung on tho followi-rn of polo
this afternoon whon It bi.eamo gen
erally known that there wero doubts of
Dovereux Mllhurn, raptnln of the
American team, being able to play In
to-morrow's opening International
mutch nt Ilurl.ugh.ini on account of it
Inquiries at Mllburn's residence In
K.ist Sheen met with a reply that tlm
American polo slur was )It Hindoii
conferring with Sir Alfred Frlpp,
physician to the King, nnd Unit flu
matter of Mllburn's participation In
the opening match might not be def
initely decided until to-morrow
Up to a lale hour this afternoon
thero had not been any suggestion
that Saturday's mulch would be
postponed, but It was recalled that
Just before the till I match In the
United States, when Cnpt. Chrapn of
the Kngllsh team w.is Injured In u
practice gnme at .Mciulowbrnnk, the
American Polo Association at once
offered to postpone the International
mutchis for a few days to enable
him to recover, and tli.it tho visiting
team accepted tho olfer.
If .Mllburn's Injuries urn such as to
Incapacitate hltn from taking part
m to-morrow's gamo l is believed
,M)HHlblo that srunn reciprocal propo
sition will be ninth:, the dcrlhinn
probably resting with Mllhurn.
DEMPSEY IS NAMED
IN INDIAN'S DIVORCE
Osai;e Says Wife Ctrrio nn Clan
destine Correspiiikl.'na' With
tlw Heavyweight Champion.
IIAWIICSK , Olila., June 17.
laek Donipscy, p-'iist. was made
o-responilorit In a dlv. suit filed
lore to-day in District Court by '. It.
rtoulangCT. an Osage Indian. Attor-n-ys
Mr Roulanger announced that
ho imglllst mimed In the petition It
ho heavyweight champion. In his
petition Itoulaiiger alleges his wife,
'-illy, has been tarrying on "clunilcs
uno ctirrc.sK)nili'ni'i with one Jack
Dempsny of Iis Angeles, C.U.." and
claims to have letters written from
Demp.sey Io her The easi iirobably
will come to tn.il in September.
MAN HUNTS HIM
It is annminied tln tnnrning that
Polic Commissioner Knnght had
lioen hcrved with a subpoena to ap
pear heroin the Me.wr Legislative in
vestigating f'omniitleo this after
ntion. It di'M-hip. d later that the
i"iiiiiiiiiHsioner li.nl not been tound b)
the subpoena server
Tho man with the subpoina re.
portetl to Mlon It. Ilrown, tounsel for
tho coinmlttee, that when he went to
Pollco Headquarters to got to tho
Commjsl'onnr he was told tho Com
missioner had gone fishing.
'LITHE BLACK BEAR ARRIVED, '
MRS. STILLMAN WIRED GUIDE
ON DAY BABY GUY WAS BORN
Defense Explains Code and Says
"White Bear" Would Have Meant
a Girl Mack Demands Dr. Rus
sell's Testimony Be Thrown Out.
(Special From n Staff Correspondent of The Evening World.)
POUGHKEEPSH:, June 17. "A little black bear lias arrived."
This was the text of a telegram sent by Mrs. James A. Stillman
trom the Woman's Hospital, New York City, to Fred Ueauvais, the half
breed tiide in Canada, a few hours after she had given birth to Guy
Stillman, the boy whose parentage is denied by James A. Stillman, the
banker. Mrs. Mary Olive GtUigan, a trained nurse, who attended Mrs.
Stillman at the hospital, sent the telegram, which was dictated by Mrs.'
Stillman, she testified to-day in the hearing before Referee Daniel J.
Gleason in the Stillman divorce suit.
GEN. MARCH QUITS
THE ARMY AT END
OF LEAVE, NOV. 1
WASHINGTON. June l7 .Major
Gen. Peyton i March, Chief of Ktulf
of the Aimy, will retire from nollvo
service on Nov. 1. He Will be suc
ceeded by Gen. Pershing on July 1
and will go on le.'kvu at that time until
his retirement takes effect. Secretary
Weeks anniiunceil to-day.
FRENCH SOLE TITLE;
Jiampinn May Play in Ameri
can Woman's Tournament
at Deal, N. J., in October.
I'O N TA I N KII LK A I .', France, June 17
(Associated Press). Miss Cecil
l.elteh, Uritlali woman's golf cham
pion, to-day defeated Miss Joyce.
Wethcrod, also of Kngland. In tho
linal of the French women's open
golf championship tournament by 0
up and i to play.
'This was the fourth Umo Miss
Lnitch won the French championship.
Shu won chiefly through her tuporlor
putting. slias Wotherod showing
even more unsteadiness ou the greens
than shu did yesterday In her match
with Miss Stirling, American cham
pion. Miss Leltch to-day confirmed re
ports that she would play In tho
American woman's ch.implonship ut
lieal, N. J., in October, "if no unfore
seen obstacle intervenes." Miss Leltch,
j i cording to her present plans, with
l.er sinter Hdlth, will leave Ungland
in August and remain In Amcilcu un
til after the Deal tournament. Their
visit will be a pnvato one, as thoy
will not olllcially icpiesent any club.
"I believe in such International
visits ils u means of promoting friend
ship hi twee n thu gulfcts ot tho dif
ferent nations." said Miss Lutcli, ".mil
I look forward to the visit with
V.'lll Mrli'N Vollllg Mrn'i Suit., SI 1. 11,',,
1-1... "tll'll llithln. I'...,., ' ltm,ili, n......
i f .arvlar tt. (t'li wilnortli ' lluliuiugl, will aell
U. tlav aiul 4lulul our n-iruiar aiuva or Mnra
anil louiig Min'a Smart Sulla, ainclo alit uuulilti
bn-aatrtt ttKMlrla, In IIm, KAson'a luwi'.t iala vt
j brown, trrro, licrriiifbuor. lanrll atrlr. blue anil
kratr.er nilaluri-a All aUea Our ii.rlal rrlre ror
itn-itay anil Satutilo III S3 ami III. in Al'rra.
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PLANS VISIT TO U
Apparently counsel for .Mrs, Still-
man were pretied for tho testimony
of Mrs. Gllligun. After tho tnornlnt;
hesslon of tho heating they admitted
the telegram had .been bent and of
fered an oxplanutlon.
Thu explanation is that In tho sum
mer of 191S, while Mrs. Stillman waa
in Caiiatl.t, the prospective birth of
n child was discussed between her
and her children, Anna and Ruddy
Stillman, and Ilcauvals. It was agreed
by Mrs. Stillman nnd the children,
counsel contends, that If tho child
should bo a boy Ueauvais would bo
udvised by wire that a llttlo black
bear had arrived, and If It shoultl be
a girl the code called for announce
ment of tho arrival of a llttlo white
Mrs. Gllllgan was employed In
November, 1318. to act us day nurso
to Mrs. Sllllmun by Dr. Warren Hil
drctb, who attended the 'banker's wife
in her confinement. The child was
born on Nov. 7. l'JIS.
"Did Mr. Stillman call onhls wife
at the hospital?" tho witness was
asked. "Not between the time of her ,
arrival and tho birth of the child," '
Mrs. Gllligun replied, "llo camu for
tho first time on Nov. 8. Ho saw hla
wife, but did not ask to se tho baby.
He came again on the 9th. 10th und '
Mrs. Gllllgan testified that Mr.
Stillman sent tils wifo flowers every
day while she was in the hospital. '
When Mrs. Stillman left tho hospital
with her baby sho went to No. ITu
Pail; Avenue, then the Stillman tovu
house. Mrs. Gllllgan went with her a.1
nurse and remained until tho middle
The witness testified that Mr. Still
rnan lived at homo nnd saw his wlfo
and the baby frequently. His con
duet at homo was described by the
witness as "normal."
On Christmas, I31S, Mr. Stillman
gave his wlfo an oil painting by Max
field Parrlsh called "Springtime." lir.
Gllllgan said she did not recall Mr.
Stillman giving his wlfo a ring whllu
she was in the hospital subsequent to
the birth of the baby Guy.
Counsel for Mrs. Stillmann will en
deavor to establish lute,r In the pro
ceedings that Mr. Stillman did glva
his wife a valuable ring subsequent
to the birth of tho baby he now re
pudiates. Dr. Hugh U Russell, tho Ruffula
osteopath, who soro in previous
hearings before Referee Gleason that,
Mrs stillmm confessed to hltn In
llulf.iln that Fred Reauvala waa tho
rathei of her then unborn child, fol.
lowed Mrs Gllllgan on tho stnad. lit
qualttliM us an export as to the h.ind
vw.tiim ut Fred Bvauvais because ht
has seen Ueauvais and seen iiianj
communications written by Ueauvais.
He then identities.! as In Reuuvnls's
handwriting each ot tho seven letter
which were stolen from Mrs. Stillman
aud turned up later In the hands ot