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SAY MISS GRAHANI HAS
Lawyer and Sister of Girl Who
Shot Stokes Ask Police to
Search for Her.
PRESS AGENT IS WORRIED
Before Disappearing She Tells
of Letters and Memoranda
and Complains of Detec
tives Following Her.
Miss Lillian Uraham. who araa inriict
ed for atteiiijitlng to murder \V. I". D
stnk<!?. has dlnappaarad, aceordlng to
Mrs SingU'ton. hor Bhtter, .-n-.d .Miss t'on
rad, who was Indlcted < 11 the Hune
chnrgo. They aald BBRl nijfht lhal she
lcft thelr apart.ii.'nt, at Cathjedral Park
aray and Cotumaaag aagnue, soon after ifl
O'clock oa Saturday Rlghl and has n<>t
been seoii ?.r h. a'.i from alajoa,
Tlu re wetu many nnnora yeaterday aa
tr the cauae ol har dlaa^peeuajico, Miss
Graham ;riK ln vaudeville at
Pteiranerateln'a, aad H waa auggeatcd
thal it "-\as a i?;?? '-.s Bgfgajt'i Bcheme t*> get
nnt.>riet\. .Mr. Hamrncr.it. in hirns.?!''. BJ
prell aa hla empkryea, botly denled this.
pthera, Including the police, belleved
|hal sh" bad left town of ber own voll
li'.n. hm wonld eiiow na In due tlme.
Hra Blngletofl and aflee Conn
|hry are Qrmry conrlnoed thal ahe waa
Clark L Jordan, counael for the two
giris. s<#d yeaterday thal fluch was his
Ibeory, "1 .un golng to appeal to tha
tMetrici Attorney to-tflorrow,'1 said Mr.
fordan, "Misa Orahaafl'a dlMprararance,
aoming on top pf tbe Hokeg t* ttera epi
acfliif. is peourlar, to aay the leaat I de
i. ? .- ahe t eni aa aj "f her oa o
h i. and thla la no preaa ae,ent af
Mi Jordan appealed tn thr PoHce i >r.
? ? ? ? ? ?. itarday to afford pi t< T',,ri
to ifiM Conrad and Mra Blngleton,
Says Siste- Was Kidrmpped.
"i know m algtor waa iphitod away,"
Deti ctlvea have
heen foflowini ua for daya There were
i tbe atreei
< ntranaa whoi efl I
tr*?atre on BatUTdajf nlght, bul I don'l
know whether ihat la slirnifleant or not.
J am afraid thet harm wlll cotne to Lll
fljan. Thoae who took her may mis
tfeal her or try to fecee her into ? i"1
r|I on whlch would heip dlacredll hor
ttatlmony at th<- tl Ial."
john Pollock. Mr, Hammereteln'a
pre.-s repreaeptatlve. vlgorouely denled
ihfl-t h< i. ? Iho whai'eabbnta ol
rjraham or h->*i had mythlng to do w\th
her dlaapp* |a r"st me
m.v Job if I 1
Mr. Jordan waa much dlaturbod over
this iHtest dev* ' in the Btokea
rgee, and both I ? *ir. Hammerateln
agld thei would ha.v<- prlvate detoctlvee
eotkini ie? lf Mlaa Graham
.... "Mr WI i
will rIv*^ na b aquare aN I ti -Mr.
Jordan. "I Rra golng to Lay eJttrythlng
j kn,, ? i- fore him. i wlll
? thal the police had
c -.-??- a< tlon in rargard
to looh . ? Oraham. The P
ajM noi lake I - -.riou.iiy at all
Thev aald flhe would lel her frksnde
re she is when ahe wanl to.
Miys t'(>.ira.i want tbroaigh thelr 1actM
. , .. at botJi the matJnee
_ni evenlng parfon i The andl
wnt* wer? told *if Hlaa Orahama th
),-K'<l dlf'l' ' !,r"' ?**? M,H" CV>n"
r. i a aaaardJ rex ? pUoev
The fam- Ol W. V.. D. StOkeO, who re
rently underwent a Immhardrnent al the
hunds of Mlas LMllan Oraham an.l Miss
Bthel conraci, thereby maWIng them te
cppearas "top Unen" at B^unmerttaln'a,
bldi Hair t.. ba acllpead na a hotel owhei
nnd real eatate dealer hy his BflWly
pjained reputatton as a man <>f lattan
la eherua giris. Befow riatoi volleya,
AiiMrian ,eoualeeaaaM ami Rneatan
prlucea etmfl to diaturb their friendahip
Mr. Btokea arrota Ulaa Oraham as often
as f..ur tlmea a areek. ocehMonaUy tnice
a day. In theae days bfl wai her begt,
most dipondabU uiarraflfionnant.
HOW many letters h*' WTOtfl her durtng
thfl thwe or more years that sh- was I
?top llner" on his writing UM. MM
Oraham aald, before she itaanntnued, she
could ni.t recall wlth eoenraey, t>ut wher
ever aha wenl his lettera wer? iuw ta
"Hli m lo wrlta to mn," mM
.sh.'. "waa only exceeded by hi* anxitty
?... recover his lettera after they nnd been
written. Wht never 1 MtW hlm after
belng iway for a time ba would demand
hli lettera back. i aaked bha onoc why
if be was go anxloua for ma to Kiwa them
back ba contlnued to nrlte. On i n.
caaloa 1 retnraed ? pacikaga ol nbewt
ftftj . on aeveral othera ba tooh morl
An eaterprlalng publlahlaa bouae bai
;,) ; roached Miss Oraham wilii I propo
Bitlon to get OUt a Uttla volume antltled
"Lettera of e MlBlonnlre,w with a pre
facc by beraelf. Miss Orabnm may con
Blder it Inter.
Enter "Dillingham and Bloss."
ln one letter, Miss Oraham said. ho
referred to ''DliUnghajn and Bloaa," told
how 'thev dropped dead" when they
v.aik-d Into ti," Anaonla and wera told
ad lefl town. "l Kav.- them a de
cent though cheap funeml." be wrote,
ahe aald, and explained that "DUllngtuun
and Bloaa" was oooe other than ? pel
nami Mr. Btokea had glvan to hlm
aelf, "He aomerlmea aenl mc bo_eg of
candy and ? ngroaai i i aroa." ihe con
"writlni 'Dillingham ant Bloaa'
on them. Mr Stohei wai full of auch
little <?< i entricltl*
Colonel Blngleton, the huaband of one
of Miss Oraham'i ilitere, wai tt'.- gub
Jecl of many of thi lettera, "'He uaed
lo write me." aald Miss Oraham, "aboui
Olonel mming home with Jags' "n.
In on* letter i recall hia aiytng the ro1
,,,-,, | lool I roaj bul they tell ma he
cama homa with a great'load on tha
other nlght and had lo ba carrled up?
atalra.' in another ha told about the
colonel celehtatlng In lha Tfnderloln
I untll after 1 c/cloch la tho mornlng. If
? my sisfr's husband ever heara theae
j thlnga there is llkely to be trouble."
Boma tlme in June. 1907, Mr. stokcs
Mlaa Oraham tha 'Uohnny on the
letter, the lubstance "r parl of
Tour plcture la auperb Now tak" ?
health and don'1 expoee yo ? I
Remember, i ? I ite euppi r partlea, no foel
:?'. thlngs, no greaa: thlnga thal you hava
been ? .' "'? :
S ing actreai call*
iher day. Bhe aald ^ri.- had had
four reara of experlence and played a wo t
parts, and all ahe really aot waa *-?' ;<
K-eek : gtarted Iow and worked
i?. pla>1ng wlth Anna I li Id
and Dillingham, and aow I id gol tircd
and k tl iga
"Johnny on the Spot"
m , be i ought nol lo dlseourage
.,.,, Bui i don't ?>hih you to loa ?
if you flnd tha cllmate too
bad ai d your health glvlni wa ai d yo
need help 1.fhe North, lel me know, and
1 win be Johnnj i ll ? B] t, and wnai
i ean do I wlll de ??!'i- pleaa ire I know
?ou don'l want to ba dapendenl on Hn..8.
i ...n afraid you wlll get run down ??> i ia
-,.-.- ? |e M< mphla cllmate I ?? l
-? . md remi mber, i atand ready to
you North or Weet or wharevei rev wani
Th^ aad fate and "decent but
funernl of Dllllnghnm and Bleee," wen
irecorded la anothei ephrtle, the aub
atancfl of whlch, aecordtai to Mlm Ora
nain coltowa ahortly. Thta letter, ia
.'mHriv m sho could recaii. wai written
m tha mrlng or summer of 1907, and
reached her whlla ibe wai ptoylng an en
,en, m a Memphla theatre:
i , ,v.nk you m?isi have falled to get aome
of the Clock
Rv JOSEPH Q'BRIEN
APOWERFUL story of life in Virginia by a well known
nction writer. Thc dramatic role played by Lester
Warren, a Washington reporter. in a thrcatened lynch
ing. and the strange consequences. told in a two-part story.
The Square Fairics
By Abbie Farwell Brown
Entered in our Prize Story
The Last Aet
By Emmett C. King
in our Prize Story
< .ompetiti. >n.
Who Was Belle
By Gelett Burgess
\ Xcw York Arabian Nights'
The Forbidden Way
By George Gibbs
Thir.l instalmenl <>f a strong
Smashing Things Up
with the Fledglings
By Henry M. Neely
Our Next Illustrated Song
Illustrated by W. J. Aylward
In the Next
Sunday Magazine oi the
SUNDAYS NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed anywherc in the United Statcs for $2.00 a year.
THE I'KINciiwi.s IN THE stokks CA8E.
-ti - i - p I'.TIll'.l, CONltAD AM' I.ii.l-IAN OKAHAM.
The latter haa, a-.-dtag ... ber atater, dkmiflteared from bar aaafOjaaaat, aad taaa
are rumors of Ittewapplng afloat, _
W. E D BTOKE8
Whoae lett* i to Mlae tiral
Clarence haa goml I Ibe mountatna be
...... nd - d* ?
? ? i., ' havi g< ?
..... || ,,;,,- ol all mj objectlona
? and Blogg ahowed ui> I I
mi .1 i" -? e you, .? it when
-,...-. told ? id gone, I l
ne them i
Next week I *
but, It ????" u have
r advic* talk
[pui oi ? Horal ; I* ? ?
was all I 1 Ihi thi ? were i ntltled te
ln elther thla or ai >l ? r letter wrlt
t the i ime tlme Mr Btoki
? ? trom h i al i irtom of arlj
? rery tru!>"
or "youra very fllnc xeij," and a rota
"jroura I illy."
,-,,] tlie BUbjeCt of
anoth* r letli hout tha aame
time, Miss Qrahard cnn re- I
member. Th< writer phlloaophlcallj ra-.
. ,i in n thal then waa no eat ? I
worry, for n':in '" fn" >f
? ? ? the Lord Ifl ?ure to be wlth him-"'
Objectior.s to the Stage.
"Ha conatnntly aaked me not tofgo on
Mtaa Oraham aald. "hut
would f* lk>w that up wlth a promlae to
auarantee me a good part ln
, .,.,. ,:., atn Clarh L Jordan, of
inv counael, has told me that Mr. Btokea
,ii,"i his beet i" ke* | M Conrad and
,. ring In vaudevll|d B
even gol Judl " one of bla law
yere, to trv to have our acl atopped by
the BUtborltlea We ana Ju*
atttlng in ihe from row tha I l
v apfx ired, and we aneu ha
,,, :... ir be could not And flome
,hinu "i ?? ? ? ' '?? to get ?? H nn ln
junction, ??: - I itevi '?"'?? :,n "?
Aft.-r Colonel Blngleton had been -is
multed and roh I ? ne' ,,f th' Xn
y .,. ,... mai mber of
cllpplnga lelllng of the ai lt, and In
the lecomi i g letter am t< iome
what in the f< 11 ?wlng munner:
, be] ..... m Blngleton waa aandbfl
I ' aineletol
%',"' ,,. ,. . ? i eood thlng you
- ,,. knoa loVedthe Ufe of
, . .1 Ihlnk rou wlll
? I* lo wa k. and I
feel -? rry f< r ii"- old f* I >w
Mr| ... ? .;.i it waa a good
thlng for the prollrtc letter writer that
noa Mi Bl
bad wrltt* n th* "?
Bouthern gentl* ihe ?al* "and
haowa bow to I an??? hii llquor."
].-,.,,?, ti,. combined recoUectlon of
Mra Blngleton i nd MI ? Oraham. here
la the gubetan e of ai othi ? eplatla anent
the colonel and other thlnga:
i the '..h driver
? and i w.i t to
I ,...,, cloae ta
ii.'- waa no good ai a wltneea, bul
, cara* cloae to
Lonvlctini himsell Th. grand Jury mual
. h in md i think he .'...I gel from flvfl
ri,I.l IlilH. i;;u ' l"]l,rw ". ^.
io ten yeara Nothlng con ave him, In mj
?,The>,t'rouble ..n eame aboui In tell
... ? wincl* lon and I ? i "I"';' I Wei B
? to tal klng
iu1 the .li'. ' ? '
"'.j.' ; '",' . ent ovei Btudlo Bulld?
lng ..!.??? ' ' ' ' ?** l"
' IR Th.'."ii. i gol "ii .i
tencd to i in..-a ? ? ?
body and everythlng He waa pui ln I
,i , ,,, bonu . i. H tne i au .i> ivei waa
,.'v)tl, , ? .i Im wlth u ? indhag,
;ln,i gol hlm ni ihe park 1 h* I ooa* ind
tl ? ,,,?.! ug logithn have
mw ii ? ?' *ell, or haan i
r. . ?? ?
i,, Btlll other l< lt< - Mr. Btoki i took
aitea Oraham lo taah for belng ? I ad
, orreapond nt, and aaked her wl ?
>S|l,. bad reci red hla lati a1 offerlngn Ha
oecausionnl] InQUlred arhether candj ha
, ,,i ?, ? bad i. " h. d h?: Again, ba
Mld it : ? ? med to hlm lhn1 ?he waa nol
Rl ttlng hl l< ttei - ?"''! ni ' i am nol
..M-niiiK youra. ' 1?<1' up-" Al Umi ? be
told Mlai Oraham he wai nearly .had
h, iu <>?-1 work, and aboul t" hava nei
voua proatraUoa. i Um h Iter, Miss Ora
baa ? iW, *t id .i long ?" c< int ol hl I
ferlni from Um loothncb* He a roti
thal Um dentlata had been unanhj to af?
ford him "">' rellef, bul that aftar auf?
fi i ing for ?? month ha wenl to om a Ith
? piau i-i hli i " n 1 ii- h "Hi doctor
carrled ll through, and lha reflull wai
Inetanl and, up '" ii a Un.i ??? ritlng,
permanenl n hV '? j
One letter. prestimal.lv addrtflteod tn
allad OrahaiB at Clnotnnfltl, acknowl
. (iiinfl tho re.-elpt "f I tetogran* from
hor an*i referred to havlng maiieii lu-i
M.rne nione.*.. l>nt the wrlter add. >1 he ha.l
n.it board *>n.' wor.i fron oer. in this
BfUrtO letter. "r one written a day or two
Iater, he aald he bad heard through a
Mi. COnttaa ihe (lepresBPil Clarenoe <>f
the. "Dilllnpham anrl Hlns.*=" effuslon,
that she w.-is ill. and ask.-d if t!u>r* flrfll
anythlng he could do.
It whu nsserted that some nf the let
tors Whlch BO mysteriously dkraflCM ar- 1
ir.-m MisH i.iaham'f. trunk wonld have
shed much Ught on the flnanci-il relatimii
of the two, Tbe .Wenoe exi>e< ts to ihorf
at the api'toachine trial that the refei
encee to money tn Mr. st..ke^--? lettera
ha.i i.. do Bttnpry wlth repaymenta of
mone) whlch, it will clgim, Miss Qraduun
| i Si.-k.-s to Inveat for her.
Mitsed Her at the Train.
i ip one occgalon, 11 oeemed, Mr. stoke?
, * itloo Bomewhere to rneet
\; | ,i oral ?? He wrote Mlaa Qrmbani
?f the Incldenl aa folloa-.
I recelvad a nies-aae from you -avlnB
.. *<.., M .ii live. aod l ruehed over
. meel you. i walted for all
ii.. ? ui',i*i. i.'it l dld nol
.,. you l wleb i had. it w., ;.i l n\.> been
dellghl Can i heip roo la aay
l foi ro >'?
Ifi Btokea froquently ask.-d that lnst
itlon Miss Oraham sai.t it was hla
u suit. ln ragard t.> the letten
nd "Mi. Ilclfaaui bai aald he
whi produce th* letter pre>s coplee -it
M> lawyera may make hun
produce them hefore thnt I Rave Bthel
all ihe letters in that hundl*' to real.
.ind my slster. MlM Slnglefon, haa read
"The police have never returned th*
letten they t,..>k from my apartmant
are my pereoual letten and are ad
mitted to have no boarlng "ii the caaa,
tlll kaep them. They alao have
Imy mei .inn book and aome <>th*-r
propertj o( nolne. i>" you think it is (alr
f..r them not to return them to me.'
"Inepeetor Kus.-ell say:4 I told him Ifr.
Llttleton ha-1 all my letter.i and irn',..r
tant papera. I never aald anythlng >f
the klnd. arid he knowa H- Mv only ret
? to Mr. Llttleton in my talk aith
the inapector was t.. ask him if I could
..ill up my lawy.-r. Mr. UttletOn, gnd
ifter Ur. Ruaaell began to uaa
Inaultlng and abuatve languaga
mebody atole thal bundle of Btokea
? ... and took or deatroyed aboul half
of them. I have mj Idea of who was tt
. ttuiii of it. and as eoon bj our trial
? ?'.. ai?? golng to tn lo bave thal
Imatter ck*>ared up, and aome one wlll
Miss Conrad said neither she nor Miss
Qraham .ould go anywhere wlthoul be?
lng followed. They hav.- got detOC
? ? ing ua ;iii the tlme," iho - ? d
i . all it peraecutlon.''
RAIDS AT CONEY ISLAND
Shots Firecl Wtile Police Are Entering
Allegcd Gambling House.
Two il ota tlred fn.m aa npper wlndow "f
ii boua. .rn whlch D.-puty Commlaaloner
m Kg) aad BeveraJ detectlvea were maldng
a raid al Coney lsian.i yeaterday Baornlng
, lu.-. >i b i'?t of exdtetnent, bul no damage,
Tbe paraon who ure.i the ahoti eecaped.
Tha Deputy COtnmlealonei and forty men
deacended on tbe lalaad aboul 1J0 a m,
Aiter recelvlng thelr bietructlana thei "?
rlded Into amall partlea, and BOtigbl out tiie
placea under auaplclon. A< one reaort over
. reatauraal between the Bowery and Ti.ir.i
avenue thej espected to Bnd a crap game
ln progreae, bul were dlaappotnted How
erer, they arreeted four men bj tho re.
taurant in a room fornu rly uaed as a |-on
cert hall. near Thonipaon'a w.uk, they ar
i. ited two men.
.\ group of di'te.-tiv-- broke into i reeon
Bi m.i>- w ilk and found tlfty men there.
ii arai a1 thli plaee that the ihoti were
Th< pi"!'' letor of thli ro ..rt araa
The rald drew .*-ueh kurge erowda thal it
wa- neceaaary to cafl tha reaervea from tfle
Conej lalaad Btatlon to dear iii?- atreeta,
Tha priaeriarfl wer.' taken to the police ata
tioii. whore they appeared before Magle
trate Oelamar. All were beld for examlna
tlon July M
TENANTS TRAFPED BY FLAMES
, Many Rescued Just in Time by Fire
men in WilliaiHFburg.
in _ in. whleh deatroyed the di
I atore *.f lohn Kink nt Me SM Broadwa
I Wllhafliaburg, yeaterday, lenanta occupy
Ihk the threa Boora hI?.\.- the More na:
rowly eecaped death iu tba n nn.-. By H"'
thi Biat anglaei arrlvad iho wix.ie
ini.ii..i >.f tha Btore waa adaate, aai tbe
pereeae above bad theh aaeapa cut *.ft.
Thi j I egan lo crowd ..t tbi ? iadoa .
?? niritf to Ieai> ffflag tli*-ie t>. the
atreet, I t were reetiaua d ln lluta bj on?
Tbe iu'in-n .i? 11< kI>- run up ladderi I
wrapped wei i-.^.-is <>vcr tho headi >.f tba
lenanta and then egrrtad them lo Ihe
atreet The tlre waa eatkUaUlehed wlth B
TWO BATHERS DR0WN IN LAKE.
: i .., pona .iui.'. II ?< Btvet K lUlla
aad fVIUtam Igflh, flaaaag m*>i of Carboa?
I i. arera drowned tbbi BftenMRM wbllo
bathlng In Cbapntaa Lake. Tho kodJeo
ba ro i" ? n recovered,
? OF BEAUTIES
Just 1,500 WantJobs from Lew
Fields. Says "Truthfulman."
BUSY DAY FOR THE CAMERA
Show Girls, Chorus Girls, Danc
ing Girls and "Ponies" Draw
Ever tea h "!?*? un l-up'".' N". aet lha flf
thodea eov/hoy affalr, arlth its yelUng
Weaternere, wlld-eyed eattle and atamptng
horaae. That'a not tha klnd of a "round
up" here apeclfled not !.? a ftjgful. Thla
event was btlled ai ? "pulchritudlnoua
round-up," and II fulfllled all expertaUone;
it waa .1 thlng of beauty rlfteen hundred
dlatlnel and aeparate embodlmanta of
Noa thal lha dleUonarlai bave
opened and lha arord "nulchrltudlnoug"
has been afleimflatH1, a llght begfna to
.i.i??n, and Intereal growa by leapa an.l
hounils. Thought ao!
And ll waa all .'iiKineprr-.l by the pres.a
atr-iit. lhai st ri. t luatorlan ot faet--never
fancj Word waa aeni oul lata Baturday
alghl thai Ned Wayburn, general atage
produeer for Lew Helda, ha.i k>ba for
twenty-flve hundred show. chorua and
danclag glrla Theee young women, it waa
announced, were lo bi engaged f"r plaeea
in a .!"/.? n muatcal producUona thla aeaaon,
an.l arere ordered lo report ??' the stage
entrance of lha Broadway Theatre al n
a. nv yaaterday
tv si?- aecrec. ot lha preaa agenl la
geea here. Whj ahould be conflna blmaelf
to s.-ndint; .nn word of the Impendlng ave
lan.he of femlnlne beauty on Broedwa)
to a f> ?? ii. w-i apT"-'.' Why not gtand on
lha iioiisetops an.t bellow it forth braaenly,
bo tbal tbe ganeral publlc might be oa
hand to partake >.f ihi kayoua gatberlng of
Long before Ihe a i d iled I our tha
tramp of hlgh heeled boota araa heard on
Iwaj The mornlng aun Raahed here
and thera on itiMe.i locka; it burnlohed
arHh ?> toueh of Mldaa tho raven "rate" ofl
? Southeni i.^awt>. They c-am*' ln Iwea,
threea, fonrs Bnd Ifl bunchaa, an.l aa I ? ?
advanced all Broadway atopped and gaged.
Thla, of courae. waa dlatlncUy dlel -'?
f'ii i.. ihr> managemenl <>f Lew Flelde'a
enterprtaea Membera <.f the Plelda mhit
i ni .,',1 on the atreel an<i haetlly expiaine.i
ii tha Dnlookera that it w,is jgmplj a
meetiiiK of eandldatea for tha varioua iro
ductlona of Mr P1< Ida Th? curioua were
j told If tha) wouM klndly form In double
ranka from eurb lo curb, nnd riimh on
lamppoata an.l other polnta of vantage.
they woniri make it unnaceeeary for the
rnanagi meni to call tha police. Eteally, lt
?ks annoytng, the way tne crowda per
Btsted ln Meeklng Ihe White Alley.
Couldn'l som.'tiittiB ba done? Then
thlng was done.
A few mlnutea more. and a rorps of
: '. ra employed by the
. Ftelda managemenl ??as on hand. For tha
' ;,? xt few mlnutea nothlng could he heard
on Broadway bul the patter "f Freneb
I t.-. i an<i the > Ucfc >'f tha camei ?
'i in gli i ??."> of four typea of phyalcal
: comeUneaa, viz . al ow, chorua, danclng and
!-. technli al purp
j were aubdlvlded Into claaa "A," claaa "B,"
elaaa "C" and claaa "D, Thej eame from
all aectlona of lha I nit^.i Btatea an.l Can?
ada, and Ihelr typea of beauty were .is nu
aaeroua aa tbe Rowen In May.
inetd* tb* ' aatri were tha *round-up"
.Mr Plelda'a ataga dlrectora, n?" ln
number, to.jk their laata. eaeh at a aepareti
table Flee Imegtaary alalaa wara then
draw n from tha hark wall "f tha st.i?e to
ihe faotllghta, and th- glrla pageerl in order
.town th- Blatea, Flrat Ihej ? I mh Ned
I Wayburn peraonally, and ha deatgnatad
l their claaaea, aftei ? I t wara aa
; to .lifferent eompeniea.
Xbe ? ? tnp u li i whl b tha cirir* wlll ba
:?een ln ar.' -,The Hen-Peeke,.rhe Never
Home*," "The wife Huntara." "Tii. Blga
rntsta,.rhe Mldnlght Bone," "THlle'i
Ntghtmare," "Th" Blngtng Teacher" and
HAPPY END TO LONC ROMANCE
Man Sends for Girl Ho Left Behind
Him Years Ago and Weds Her.
The culmlnaUon of ? roroance of lonir'
atandlng looh place on Tueaday, July ll,
when Mis.s Katbleen Conway. of i
Comer, County Kilkenny, Ireland, and
Patrtck Kennedy, of Fernle, Britlah Co?
lumbia, were marrled by Um Rev ;
nt McOuIrl ef 81 Mlehaera Chureh,
I ai Fourth avenu* l 06 atreet, Brooklyn.
Mr Kennedy left Ireland sev.-r.ii yeara
a,.-.. and mttli d ln i 'anada, ?? Lv. re
i cama a proaperoua lumber dealer. Ka aenl
I for Miss Conway, who had been hli boy
i hood - ? '. and alu arrivad here July
? | ai.d wenl to her atetera, ;?r No. M Mth
?treet, Brooklyn Mr. Kennedy arrtved
the neal naornlng and tha weddlng waa
performed on ihe following Tueaday.
4ftar the weddlng Mr. and Mra. Ki
wenl le nUantle Clty, whera tbe) remalaed
? eati rday, ?? hen they r> turned t..
Brooklyn Thay vriii gpend >. few daya ,n
itils clty an.l Wlll thi ii start for LJi itish
Columbia, where Ibey aill raaki their
REWARDS FOR CHRISTIANS
Dr. Tomkins Says It Is Right to
Dr. Floyd W. Tomklna reetor of ihe
Chureh of Um Holy Trinlty, Philadelphla,
? a, rdaj bt Bt Barthoiomew'a
Chureh, -nt'i atreet and Madlaon avenue.
"Did Job Bi iv. <;."! for A ightf waa tb ?
l.r. Tomklna aald ih.i Ood promiaed
great reward for Uieae ??h<> toUowed Hla
teachinga and wara upright ln their deal
Inga with men on lha earth. "1 a.~k you."
,,. -'wil?- an iriaUanl1 Raa II
baen worth wbllel i am aorry for tha
man lhai doea not know whal Chriatlan
ii \ I t iuBS."
Wa need nol feel thal we an aelflah
becauaa wa ur.- ChriaUana, i>r. Tomklna
aald, although Ihera ara men ?Nh<> aay ara
ar- ChriaUana for whal wa whl get in ih>
future nf-' M.*n ">??> aarve Ood I
ha wlabaa ta aaeapa ball la thla world and
bereafter. Whethat we ???
ChriaUana baeauaa 11 paya is a queatlon
of rtutan, Dr. Toniklna aald, and II I
liKht lf wa ai-- >-ektng Ood becauaa He
la abundantl] bi m ''i"1 hflreaftar.
SAY BOYS OF 8 FIRED BARGE
Police Send Prisoners to Children'3
Court for Tnal.
,;. orga M* DoaaM. al We IM aTi
gtreet, ami Rlchard Marnon, ol No, M
\\ .... ?! t | ;-. i . ,? igjed . :i;ht. \\ i.
trreated laal naghl it Bal Mraat and the
Hueken Rlvet Pntrelmna Camphi
tha WaH Bth atreel atatlea, eharged arlth
-. -11111 _; iu. lo tha atraa bai -<? 11 * - -
?|-... >h. .-I ihe barge, ?? leh >u.i MH
damage, ???* an* iverei i 1 um Foa, ..
b/bIi liman oa tha plar, arho nb! m an
alann. FOI then toM 1'Btioliiiau *'?ini,
bell I-. arraat the t??>> yenaaatera, aaytng
ha ii-t.i aaea inam Ihrea ?> hghted buu
.,ii tne bm - ?
Tha boyfl w< ra I ihea le tbe Wi I Rth
atreei i itlon, ai .1 tii- re, accordlng lo tha
i .. rlldn i iu- .?n i" aai Rra
to tha bai ge Tii. ? ?? 11 ? - nl ba lha * 'hii
drei Bociet) foi Brralgnment to-uuy m
tb* i iiii'iuiiB Court. %
LEAPS IN FRONT OF CARS
Orowd, Seeing Young Man Fa
tally Hurt, Is Panicstricken.
The doWntOWn statlon of th-- ROCOnd
nvenue elevated roa*l at 1st street Wfll
crowded wlth men. women and children
vesterday, Pavi.iK town for holiday OUt
IM4Z.4, when a traln puiled in and i
young mflfl standlnu at the north end
uf the platform Rrafflbl I" front Of the
motor car. Uo waa draggOd forty fe.-t
by th*- trncka, i.'K eecaped the whcela.
He waa IdanUlled Iater aa -Ja<"i>
Backaht, elghteeo yeara old, of No. -'?'
Flrat avenue, and dled at Bellevue H^
pital folkowlag the ampatatlon of both
legfl, Whlch had heen RUUBgtod.
vThen the people on the platform real
leed what had bgppened men ran wildly
about, the women acraauned to BUCh an
eztenl lhal Actlag Captaln Cahalan of
thg -'th atroal lUtlon wenl to eee what
was the matter, .irrivinp Just as the
traln employefl arere UftitiK the uncon
s.ious man from beneatli the car.
Th.- exdtement became greater as the
injured man was carried tO the platform.
Captain I'uhatan s-nt ln ? cflll fOT re
eervee Tbey fluufa a path through thc
crowd, whi.-ii had grown t.. huge propor
t'ona an.l estended to the atreet, ao Ihe
injured man could he . arried to the
bulance whloh had arrived from Balle
vue in charge of Dr. Cody.
FIGHT NEAR CAR TRACKS
Men Nearly Fall Off Platform in
Front of "L" Train.
Early mornlng paaeengera oo ?
bound Thlrd avenue elevated traln j ?
rerc wimeaaea to a thrUllna
a;|? between two men en the laland
? tn ot the U8th Btreel Btatlon, ln*f
,i., (?,,, arho a*. - ?
aboul ti" walat, iwayad and roeked perll
eualy n.-.ir the edge of the platform *"or
il Se, onda n looki ? igh the men
%?.,, ild fall i" Ihi traeka and in the patl el
I traln -s- ipeeial offleer
who waa al l a itatlea <?,<?. forwerd aad
puiled the n ? i to tl ? ?' ln <-<'?' tba PhU
One nt the rflOR WBB Frederlck \Vi11lams.
aa IneptflCtor for the Interborough lUdtroad.
He said that he had been dozins: Ofl "no ot
the bencbee on th* platfoam, when to?
Other nmn. who pa\e iii- nm
Paul, of No 22 "~esl Ulth -
proached blm and trlad to ptch hla pockett
Wllltama roee from tha beneli and grappled
wlth Paul an*i tbe men worked ovei to tne
|ga .if the MITOW lioard Roorlng.
.iist then the traln arrived al the ata
Uon and Bpectal Offleer Biddell atepped
[rom thi traln. Re arreeted Paul after
Wllltama hnd told tli tory, and the prla
oner waa iater arralgaed hefore
trata Herrmao In tha Morrleanla court, aad
| held for trial_
HOLES IN GODDESS'S SKIRT
But Miss Liberty Is Said To Be
in No Danger of Falling.
The Htatue of LlbertJ I- ' Ol |Oll | to fall
. otr her pedeatal, nctwlthetflndlni tl
i ti-M. ih" attentlon of the Department nt th"
tlled t.. the fact that thera
ure betea In the aklrt of the ajoddeea
Tr.i -ea ???' ?' Integration wer" notleed re
> cently ln the drapery of the btg ritpire by
tenant Walter C Jone of the ilgnal
eorpa aUl ? ? ?* '""rt n/ood, on B*t
Beveral army ? ? i are aenl to me
i itatue to exai lt Tha examlnatlon
. i there wen about Bfty small holes
ln the drapery ef Mea Liberty tn piaees
' arhen tl ?? metal is thin. The biggeet of the
tiolea are BO larger than the diameter of a
. aptain '?' i omm md of the i"',-t
on i. d oa' [aland, aald y< iterday *
tal was not due to Its
ire 4t.) tho -->;* ln thi rnotet alr, --s
? | ? ro aaa no raore aalt ln the mlai l
enahrottd the itatue than In the raln that
i.iiis upon i
"Anythlng will wear oui " i ild i i
tt la only natural the
atatue ahould wi i il i belleve it la,
good for one hundred yeara I think tha1
defectlt - ? - removed alngly and J
n placed \\ Ithoul dlffl ulty."
The .-? ? a ia unvelled in
SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed anywhere m the United Statei
for $2.00 a year. J
m 27-VEM CRUISE
James B. Hammond Sails for
Europe in His Lounger II.
MIXED COMPANY ON BOARD
Veteran Manufacturer Plana
World Trip to Laat Until
He'a Century Old.
\ imell craft, raiM th? Leajaajaf ti. irt
eommand ef Captata into. wt these ?a-,?ri
yeaterday for a world . r iif-.-. to laal tan
twenty-eeven years. mtO u'.at ha\a -.nl
ini. ta Of Burope ahe wlll make iier way her?
own*! could not Bay, hut *'a;italn Int > an?
nouncad tha* Um Unanjar if would gi?*>
tba y.'i'.'i Panoora a gmdly run for bfl*
money when he overnauled bai aa thi atheff
v,,l" Of tha Allantlr
Th" eralfla Ot the r.ountrrr la a a*-,rt r*
famlly affair. am! .1111m k? Bomewhat <<t thi
Ark. BB there are anfmals and Nn *
board aa arell ai p^rgons tha ia earnad by
B. Hannnend, the retaraa maniifart
urer, tad araa deelgaed by her balMeifl in
keeplng wlth hla
Inaamnch ai ihe Lenager tt, <inwine?
only tiirce f.-.-t of water, ls gOUag Ifl p|| tl a
drivfcag power of har gaa lea ? glmH
aat the traacbary of the AUantle,
ajihrht he v.-eii to maa tlon that aha la enljj
".'. feel lena. arlth a at fOel beam h * a
buildera I - lare aha la ateady, avea '
haa a blg automoMla laehed in a ipaelal
Long before the r^uneer waa ?' ??'?te<
Mr iiammond mada careful aelecUon oi
?hft foik who were t>. accompany .I
??>r,t dn Inte -? rmai??? mai l
who haa had mn^h experl*nrr> In hai I
?man ' ? .... ted te pf. ?
tha Lounger. (
Mr Hammond ha? hat experleni n tn htr
rng mllormen, nnd he unew ? rork mus*
bo geteeted who wonid aull l per, aa
poor cooktng haa aerved man? tlmea a< a
convenient exeuaa for *he tratttfag <' I
maater. Captain fnto, whe la ? Rni
knved tha' Mrs Into waa a i
.k, and ha would*llke le hava ba
alonr ln ^raman-l of 'ro Lowngl
Mr. Hammond ?'q;nea Mrs. fal , At .
tbereby ellmtnaUng a'1 poaatblllt!
r.a">- *t r. c"rr"H ?o the ??? t*M I
. coueii who
wlreleaa Inatrument, and tha eeualn
* laptaln Into waa pt ? I I xa
Lounger*a peyrolL A
and he, too, araa rounded up lt tn tbg
Into famiiy. batng a broi
Lounger*a maater, nrd -.? u
. The hlrlng of th*? crew a .? f ?
ing a famlly affalr when Mr Hamn I
\ caiied a halt, ivaaivlai the rlght ?
into th" into famlly later on ahould ha ? i
unabla to get aatiafactory help eleewhera
By the time tba Lounger waa read] hn*
'her trlal hi| tha owaer had aelected
flne tourlng car, I .*---.?
[laundreea, a Boaton bull torrler, ?
! Plnkey; anothe; dog ?? ttar
i | onogi iph, a few cana |
'other peraona, anlmala and la - ai 4
elM neceaaary f^r th* ' ?
Lounger la eq ped wlth i hot i
eold afr plant. ao that Mr. Hammond a? .
iy turn on the eat
in thfl beat of the Medlterraneaa
tr ui dolng aome loua - ag kip S] i
Wlth the eomhlned effort of geaOleM l
?all the Lounger ean make Rfteen ? ? I ?
Sfr. Hammond is aeventy-three reen
Ha .?-aid he pianned to erulea untll hi a ? i
one hundred. After that
rer to the govi i Dmer i
other. Tha llttla craft left Iforrta K*
yeaterday for Europe, ?. I
belng Nen Havenj Cenn.
CHINESE ENGINEER ARR1VES.
k. T. Wang, a Chlneag eleel
ig baan atndylng his profmi
Kngland for CW I fflflU -. ITI
aay on iha Wblta siar ttner Ball
B) 11 vl*tt variono p'aern in I
where wnter power la belng uaed Eor thi ? i
. at of aleotri* al en* '? ?
turnlng to Chlna. Ha la Inti
plin for "..-.lntr the water of 1 Bg Tfla
EClang for tha prodaettea of el*
rr. Aitar a areehfa i Iall rn tl
wlll go to Xlagar.i Faha,
Stcre Closes at 5 T.M. Saturdays at _Noon.
Fn thc Harvcst Ficld of
Our Women's Store
May bc Gathercd Just
Now Great Riches in
Summer Suits and Dresses
In these last daya of July the scythe iuis been mowing
busily iu our Women's Store. lt luis cut down right and
left thi' priees on garments which will be in our way in
August, when the new crop of clothes springs up.
This cuttins down of ours is YOl'K harvest. IVist
wonien will hc busily gathering in the sheaveshere all this
week?resulting in new and summer dainty f'roeks and
cool suits ol' an eleganee generally impossible at thc price.
ln thc golden harvcst are:
Imported and domestic tailormade Suits of rich
qualltv satin, in black, navy blue, brown and fine stnped
eficcts.' These were originally $27.50, $35, $55, $70 and $95.
You may have them now for $10, $20, $25, $30 and $45?cer
tainly rare opportunilies.
Imported suits of hitfh-tfrade tussor pongee, in
natural eolor, many of them hand-embroidered, at $10, $18.75
and $25. They were originally $25. $60, $80 ar.d $90.
Tailored suits of Russian linen ai $6.50 and $10.
that were earlier $11.50 and $15. Mostly natural and White.
Imported lingerie dresses of French cotton voile
and haud-embroidered batistc at $10. Formerly $15,
$18 and $25.
Imported Drcsscs of white striped or eolored
|;reiich cotton voile at $15. Formerly $22, $25 and $35.
Imported hand-made lmgeric dresses of batistc,
embroidery and lace at $60 and $75. Formerly $80 and $100.
Second Floor, Old Building.
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co.,
Broadway, Fourth Avenue. Eighth to Tenth Streets.