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f BROOKLYN DEFEATS PIRATES:
GLADIATOR WINS THE
Racing Results, Charts Base toll j
i i ! !
Giants ... 0 O
Chicago . . 2 0
IJattcrics Benton, Rarnes and
Brooklyn, 0 1 002 400 07
Pittsburgh 1 O 1 00000 13
Batteries Grimes and Miller; Cooper and Schmidt.
Batteries Smith and Peters; Luqiie and Wlngo.
AT NEW YORK:
Chicago ..000 1
iYankees ..0 000
Batteries Kerr and Schalk; Qui mi and Hoffman.
St Louis.. OOOOIIII
Wash'ton. 0003BHQB BH1
Batteries Shocker and Scvereld;
:ievcland. 0 1 1 020 00 Gl-EES
'phila 1 O 2 0 O. 1 0 0 Jfi-aiSi
Batteries Covclosklo and Nunamakcr; Hasty and Terklns.
Detroit at Boston; postponed; rain.
HANDICAP AT HEIGHT
h IS WON BV GLADIATOR
. J e
T ...... -
ft Redstone Stab e Entry at 3 to
i .10, With 140 Pounds impost,
Captures the Dunton.
By Vincent Treanor.
JIACE TRACK, BELMONT PAUK,
luno 15. Gladiator, who runs like a
Alan O'Wor, made a show of his field
tho Dunton HiBbwelffht Handicap,
9. six furlong dash down tnu Miraieni
iway. Ho was a 3 to 10 favorite and
on by three lenstlia. There waa
frothing to tho race after Clarence
Kumer decided to let Gladiator run.
This was at about halfway down the
etretch, where Dream of tho Valley
RIL3 loading. Gladiator, only gallop
ing, was then let down and ho jumped
Jo tho front in a couple of strides. All
Kummer had to do thereafter was to
(iold him together. Dream of tho Val
ley stopped badly In tho final eighth.
Iind Cum Bah, moving from behind tho
.field, easily went on to pass both tho
prcam and Idle Dell for tho place
money. Idlo Dell, third, ran a good
race for first time out.
Star Realm ran his race Jn tho third
und won. It w"-s no easy matter, how
ever, for Teddy Rice had to lift lilm
over tho ifno to beat PhalarH, on which
Huddy Ensor rodo one of his old-time
-l-ncca. Ensor took I'halarls out In
front as the barrier went up and kept
him there until he-succumbed to tho
HJiallcngo of Star Realm in the final
(xtcenth. Silence ohascd the pair of
front runners all tho way and nn
Ifihcd third. Sobrigadc, well played.
njrot a bad break.
J There ttm a big up"t when Evelvn
lWWte at 20 to 1 won tho opening
ltwo-ycar-old race. She was entirely
L "heclccted In the oral market. She
boat Beamer half a length after the
itter had led practically all the way,
WiA Nell, oloftlne stronr. came, near
Copyrtfht, 11)21, by The rem l'ubltbln(
Co. (The New York World).
O B IB H
0 H m Ifl B
Snyder; Vaughn and Killtfcr.
0 1 03 0 !
Courtney and Gliarrity.
Stable's entry at the finish. Manna,
tho favorite, had a flash of speod at
tho beginning, but was crowded back
Earlockcr won the Grand National
Steeplechase after a fine exhibition of
gamoncss. He chased the favorite,
Sweepmcnt, all tho way nnd still had
enough left to out-finish him on the
flat. Ticket Too came strong on the
flat after waiting too long off the pace
and outgamed Sweepmcnt for the
place. The latter, shouldering Hi"
hcay Impost of 155 pounds,
badly the last time around the .
mile course after leading by a
margin In the early running.
After trying all season to win a
race at various prices, Devastation
wound up a 9 to 20 favorite in the
fifth event. He was meeting as com
mon a lot as has In gathered tn
gothcr. Ho won, bu ot :n a romp.
He followed Dorothj I'ot to the
stretch and then camo away.
Dorothy's I'ct timl ..idly from hor
pace-making efforts and at the end
was beaten for tho place money by
ON ENGLISH LINKS
LONDON, June 16. Jock Hutchison,
tho Chicago professional gulf star,
won the professional tournament over
tho Kinghorn Fife Links, begun yes
terday and completed thlH afternoon.
Hutchison's aggregate score for the
two days' play, 3ii 'holes, was 138,
while hla nearest competitor turned
Walter Hagon of Dotrolt, the only
other American entered, dropped out
during to-day's play.
Hutchison's scoro for the first day
was 74, while Hagen was unable to do
bttr than SI. The players Included
tho Australian champion, J. IL Kirk
wood. mn ffonin travki. numun.
J"' Puytmat'VlorTVie '
rc'i room far bM in'af
Iluliainc. 53-03 rirk
ihnne ureuntn louo.
narreta ODen dar and
era aiul uinllur ckecU tat
BELMONT PARK, JUNK 15. WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST,
HINT liAO-l'or trtti tfi.ojln'. Aftlinj.
I ptt illl. Off t 7. Start
y inn'T, o i. uy .cu til umri.
fo.1 IIwljiT Whit
1 1 .il IliturMT
1M .Mad Nell ....
I.W Ihck ll!crc.
ITlyn UTiitn. fliotrlrn? markrd huproTenivnt, clmnl fast thronirh Lift elJttepntli ml iron iro:rv
iiffay. UcarruT hd cot! upwii, but v.cnltent rijjht it rnt. Max! XpU finiahM out rtronj. Minna
ha-! no aprM.
ftFXVlMl HAfK-Thf Ilra1 National .tccpUvha..c llnndlcap; for foiir-Kar-okl Mid in
wanl, aio-it thrpp mllw: ;t.,'lo nUll At ixw.t 2.4.1 (11 ot V-44. Mnrt iccmI. Uimi
ridilfn iMit; pUe 4lrlllni rjiw, u.M Wlnil'T b. n by Fair l'l.iy Laly Ar1itncrac.
Ownrr. ,1. K Dai Train?-. -M. llr.lj
. S 141! 4" i
1 14! u :i
4 ll 1 l
(17li 1-Liri. S 140 3 4
Karlorkcr mnrpd. up fa.l in lant 'he rurlu&
atvai Ticket cMitiramrtl Sncopmrnt in the ilrtie foi
T1UU1) ILACK For Ihree-lenr-'ililfl nnO Tipvsanl; claimlns: one mile: pure l,lt'l(i At
ptt 3 13. (Iff at 3.H. Htart gw Won driiiim: place aame. Time, l.iW 2-i.
Winner, ell. c, tiy htar hhoot -'onllnent.il flHner, J 41 Ccwden Trainer. W. (lartn.
Index. Start era.
101 ..star llcalin. ... n
173 l"islaru 4
III! Siletxn 2
Htt Solir.snle ft
l!l American IVry. . l
lllooray Cm 7
Pirate Mcflcc... 8
Id! TtcoTt a
23 Krrxrtown 1
li "4 l"i
M i, .V4
War Itealm laid off the pate to lut furlonir. where he mated lip ind onttamcd I'halarts In final
drife. letter alwaw heM the tKilanre wife Hi'enc: ran a fair race. .
riAn rOUUTH ILAC3K -Tlie llnn'on llwlimltflit llaridicap, for U'irec-)etr.ol(U and upward: Fix
IK furloiuri. etraluht couree: purse 1 ,7 1 .". :'4. At : :i.:i. Off at 3 37 .start eo(l.
IMnff, mwinm' taiue. .Tamer
f hurtm, I"' I' ct. t lj if
11(111 (ILuliotor 2 HO 2 31 3" I"
1ST (Vim Sah 3 112 4 4 4 4
Idle IVll 4 10.1 3 2 2U 3
IM Ilr of tJie ValW 1 122 1 l" IVi 2
t.lulintor drew oirt half way down he ?tret
la furlon Idlo Dell ran a rery (rood race
'I FTH ItACR Por three-j-ir-ol,le
4.,.llt0l ,i IKXH. Wl Ul .,1..
Winner, ior tf. oy Wrju - k - -
i' r win .st.
HIT llcnuitxtion .... A
ln lMnuthy's 1'rt .. 4
ls7 Current lcnts.. y
I.M l"rmffe 2
lift Slnvuner 1
Dcraatatlon waiti"d on Uorothy'a Vtt to the
treczlna. Itep cloned la&t through last furlonir
SJXTH HACK-- For iwo-)ear-flila:
l 07ft 30. At pa 4.211. Off at 4
l.(C Winner, b c b UroomKtick
ln.ex. Start era.
1M Jtruiun.itvr . .
174 ".Vow Orleara
"S.1 It (loen. .
197 Ailent Kins. .
- Hca.n Artillerr. t -t
S. A Cloptim entr. UMOHiaUr race.1
.MmIii nan easily lxt uf tho uthir New trl
'MtT RACK Six furlongs. Ciuvnor,
n and JS.30, first, ivzi'ttc, J1.70,
I . May llodlno, Ihlrd. Time.
i. u-5. Nun-startcm, Money Maid.
Uormont,, Hlonde Huddle, Chlnnlo Wulsh,
Roll On and Wnite Stur
SIX;OND RAOR Kive furlong. Arti
cle X., J2U and JS.70, first; Kllamau
I'er, JS.30, juvoiid . Dad, third. Time,
1.00 4-5. N'on starters Tamper and
TtURiD RACE One and one-quartiT
milt's. lAlula, J10.70 and (I, first;
l.t gal, $-.30, si'cunil ; Klmpalong, third.
Timu, 2.01. Noti-sturtcr, Honolulu Hoy.
rOL'KTH RACK Klx furlongs. iMIsi
Jemima, M.1D and 3.10, won; Rrook
linlt, J7.20, second: Marjurlu Hyncs
third. Time, 1.11 4-5.
FIRST ItACR Five furlongi. Dia
lima, 1.7o and 3.lo, first; Chatcau-
uay, HO, second; Quint Run thlni.
-nnir 1 :00 1-5. AH ran.
SIXOND RACK Two miles. Stucco,
j 'ix. nnrl ti nil flrtl- Thil 'IV ti Kfr-nnil:
Siiperba, third. Time, 3.51. All ran.
'I'trntn ItACK Six furlongs .Nrimls,
J6.35 anil J3 25, first; ICalli ll'dl, 13 20.
.Kiond; Vim. third. Time. 1.10 2-5
N'on starter. Carry On.
FOURTH R-CKSlx furlongs. Tar-i-cnii,
J2fi 25 and J11.1"), first; Ot Km
$'.55, second; HeMino, third. Time.
.1 14 2-5. N'on starters, St. Kevin,
riillllppe. Lugo nnd San Marcus.
(Rnclnn Entries on Pane 2.)
'ftrrnn Sliopllftera snt to Prlon.
Salvv Cortl, twenty-e.ght. No. 7
Cut !' 1 ?trt. rd Hnrrv Stnrn.
thirty, No. 2G3 Tenth Avenue, each
many times convicted of shoplifting,
were srntenfvi to 'ho pnltontljuj
not than six months nor more than
three yenra by tho Justices of Special
Sessions to-day for repetItlon of the
NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS,
flfH furlonim. Rtridirht mrwv mint? It.rIJIiO.
soM. Won lrlvimt: Mac; mino, Tunc. 1 01
uwuer, jonn lnirwM. miner, u. Ilminn
U ar Fin. .Iixkcji. 'H.
r.Vj i'i"iiniion r. ..-jii
I" I" -'' MiaHK? I'
4j :ta Penman . . . J2
f.i is 4U 4' Nctilifnjcr . 11
t 74 .-.'j iM.ir 8-n
(Hi IH H'J lllir fi
2 iH r.K 7 Sawlo :i
sit M -Martin 1A
n ii n Zocii.t ;n
111. CI. I'l. 3.1.
4 1 -
caiurht Snccpnicnt at lit jump and won koM
the placu letter fenced poorly all tliroiuh race.
111. CI. I'l. 3d,
Itliv . . .
Unnor . .
oel'icr . .
tr. ln. Jnr-Aeyi. ..
CI. I'l ad.
P 1 C. Kmn'or.K'l 2-ft 2-ft
I 2i',J It'utrn M In In
.md von frallipmn Omi Sah clio-d fast thrumrh
lnnrn of the Valley mnt
nixl upward, inaideiw. iainilnt. one mile: jan
.lVb , I'll t-aA.4J III U"U UrilllU I illl.
wwnir. iiciuiuine ata:ue iTainr
.!-k-j1. Op. UI CI.
I '. K'tm'nr.'J" 6 111 9 SO
(Villnw ... II (1 11
inner . ,.n ftn
.Miktkt .. I 9.2
K Kmu er. .In 6n
I'ator .Kl M
hwl of the ptretch, vent to tho front and won
Imnothy'a Pet eJidned (rood vpeed
cundiltom. fle furkinsn, lra.rM coitn-e: pur.
01 ritart cowl Won easily; pUce drinni. 'lime,
elp-m tla.ii Owner. II f. Whitney Trainer.
HI. W. M. .Td.
. . .Kl
itita HitfntMiiin, then drew out ti n l won tamly
in a ffi-ix? rare
Notables Turn Out f Second
Day of Ascot
ASCOT HEATH. England, Juno IB.
Illuminator, owned by E. Hhort,
won the Hunt Cup, run here to-dny
Lord Londonderry's Glanmcrln w.ih
second and F. Hardy's Hoaurrgard
was third. Twenty-two horses ran.
There was another notable assem
blage ot society people here to-day,
the second day of tho Ascot meet,
when King fieorge and Queen Mary
came over from Windsor and took
part In the seml-stato cavalcade
icross tho course. Tho grand stand
presented a brilliant nppf-arance from
the great numbers of women dressed
in tho height of fashion In attend
ance. Odds of 50 to 1 were offered against
Illuminator by bookmakers. ("Ran
merln was quoted at D to 1 and Heau
rngard at 20 to 1 agaiait. Lacrossu
was the f ivorltn at 9 to 2 against.
ClaaAlfied advertlalns copy for
Tba Sun lay World ihoold b
la Th. World flic
On or Before Friday
MSS STIRLING WINS HER WAY
TO FOURTH ROUND IN GOLF PLAY
STAY UP UNTIL
2 A. M. IF YOU'D
SEE THE COMET
That's tlic Best Time to Sec
It, and the Thing Is
WASHINGTON, Juno 15. Those
New Yorkers who are trying to
see tho comet will look In vain
during the day or early hours of
This from Trot. A. Hall, Naval
Observatory expert on this comet,
"About 2 at night It will be
faintly visible. There is no danger
of any ono receiving Injury from
tho comet. About Juno 25 we go
through tho plane of tho comet's
orbit nnd will havo somo moteors
from It, but the danger of personal
harm to any ono on this globe Is
American Champion Wins
Way Into Fourlh Round
British Star a Victor.
1 GOLF GAMES
BY MISS SI
a 5,000-mile trip from one city to nil
FONTAINEI1LEAU, France, June ,,ther across tin: country, buinmn
15 (Associated Press). Miss Alexa his way us lie went.
Stirling of Atlanta. American woman Scanlon. falling In his attempt to
have Rlddlck arrested liy Wasliing
ehamplon. defeated Mrs. F. E. Dubois f lil(,f of vnU.Vi wllen lMllwk
of Italtusrol, N. J.. In the third round HlBnltlcil his Intention of inking
of the Women's French Open Oolf friends for "joy hops" from the lloll
Champlonshlp Tournament to-day by Ing Field station this morning, said
, . , he would seek Rlddlck's arrest on tho
3 up and 2 to play. i u ,.,,,. ,, ,.,., ... ,ako ,
lllss Cecil Lfltch, llrltlsh cham-
plon, also wan victorious In the third
round, beating Miss Johnston of Eng
land by 3 up and 2 to play.
Miss Lucy Hanchett of San Fran
cisco defeated Mm. R. H. Barlow of
Philadelphia 1 up.
1.TI8S Stirling showed a steady Im
provement In her game, although Hhr.
found Mra. Dubois offered the stlffe.it
opposition BhN hor thus far met In
tho totirnamrnt Miss Stirling's
drives were longer and her putting
more accurnte than In yesterday's
In other matches of the third round,
between It- ' v ivrs. Miss Molly
flrlfflths v 'in Mrs. Cowler, 7 up
and 5 to play, Miss Clarke defeated
Mrs. Culross by 7 up and 6 to play,
Miss Ibbctt beat Miss MncFarlane
bv 2 up nnd 1 to play, and Miss Joyce
Wcthcrcd defeated Miss Paull by 7
up nnd fi to play.
In this round Mrs. Thruston Wright
of Pittsburgh drtw a bye.
In the. second round Miss Stirling
defeated Miss Rosamond Sherwood
of St. Oeorge. H. I., 3 up and 2 to play.
Miss Stirling played a strong game,
going under par three times on dlf-
flcult holes. She got a two on the
seventh, of which the par Is 3, by
holing a 25-foot putt. Othr results
In the second rniind were:
Mrs, Harlow defeated Miss T'dlth
Cummlngs of the Onwentsla Club, ,
Lake Forest, III., 2 up and 1 to play.
Miss Ieltch defeated Mrs. E. E. Hill j
of England, 5 up nnd 3 to play.
Miss Phyllis Robbftt of C.rent Rrlt
ain defeated Mile. Pauline do Rcllett.
French woman champion, 3 up and 2
to play. '
Miss Hanchett defeated Mrs. !. ,
mond of England, 3 up and 2 to play.
Mrs Dubous defeated Mme. Wei.
bach of France, 7 up and 5 to play.
Mrs. Thurstnn Wright of Pltu
burgh defeated Mile. Q. TiaU zeaux of
France, 0 up and 3 to piny.
iliI Driver's Antn I.lcenie Annulled
TRENTON. N. J-. June 15. -Mls
' Ruth Post of West Pntemn, whs de
prived of her automobile driver's lirensn
to-dny by Motor Vehicle Commissioner
William L. Dill lor upending at the rato
of forty-five miles an boor at West
Kntrrrri lis Srnnd-CIi .Mutter
rent Older, New York, N. T.
'FSLfL WIRS. ROCKEFELLER WITNESS
ffiSS v IN STILLMAN DIVORCE CASE ;
If Rkklick Takes .1 "Joy Mop"
lie May Also I3e Charged
With "Attempted Suicide."
TAKES MOTHER ALONG.
I lis Machine, a "Sky Hearse," j
Lands in Massachusetts j
Avenue, Washington. !
(Special From n Staff Correspondent
of The Evening World.) ,
WASIirVOTON, Juno 15 A war
rant for attempted suicide may bo
Insurd against Merrill K. Illddlck,
"hobo aviator," son of Congressman
('.ill W. nlddlrk of Montana, who
glided Into the Rolling Field here from
Chicago Sunday, If young Rlddlck at
tempts to "take off." according to
Major M. F. Scanloti. commanding of
ficer there. When he landed hero his
mother was a passenger with lilm.
Rlddlck. the country's first "air
hobo," limy nlso face the unique
charge of "aerial vagrancy," following
()T m thl, ,nac,iiU., which army olll-
IIK'IU ovi niun vintirt ------ -
cum have declared Is a flying hearse.
"I .have down In my old bus from
Texas to Chicago and from Chlcugo
to Washington without It giving a
murmur of protest," defiantly do
clarrd tho daring young aviator.
"Old bun Is right," nnsweied nrmy
flier who inspected the wings of
tm machine nnd told uporterH the
material had long ago served Its ln
Major (iessford, when first asked
to arrest Riddicl;, said he lind nothing
to do with aviation matters, the air
was out of his Jurisdiction; Rlddlck
could fly when nnd where he pleaded.
Ami so the former iirtnau pilot lot
out a couple of happy wlils'tlus and
The plane, a standard, ho bought
for J3.U00 fiom tho Uayton-Wnght
Company at Dayton, O. He flew
passengers for a time In Texas, then
Marled a little moro than two months
'tgo f"r Chicago, flying passengers it
tin- Inwns .md (.Hies in route. Tim
flight took him two months.
Arriving (it Chicago sunburned and
healthy, ho Jaz.cd Into town and took
stock. He found that he had some
thing less than (2 In cabh and no
prospirt of any more Immediately.
Anyway he wanted to get on to Wash-
i ington and get to work.
So, with eight gallons of gns In hit
fuel tank and a pocketful of change,
hu hopped out of Chicago Saturday
'morning and liculed off to the south
i.ut. Hu figured on nix m.lc.i to the
(Continued on Second Page.)
WINS 27 STRAIGHT
FOR tiEW RECORD
RALTIMOI ' i '
defeating II'. I'
Jun 10. -The Raltl-
' thp Int'-ni ittou ll
w world'-i r'tord of
iocutiv" vie'orlei by
. in the tU'st game of
here lo-d i) . The for-venty-six
New York ClLnits In
iiicr record ol
was made bj
f.roves occupied the mound for
P. iltimnrr and he'd ihf- vlmiors run-Ifs-i
(or eight Innimrs. lluffalo hcored
th. ir on n marKers In ihc ninth, send-
two inin home
acorn by Innings,
Buffalo ... 0 0 0
UHJWLn 0 M L OH HI InHL
Sister of Financier Masks Face With
Heavy Veil Doctor Say s S tillman
Visited Wife Often at Time of
(Special from a 8loff Correspondent of The Evening World.)
I'OUGHKEEI'SIL:, June IS. Dr. Warren Hildreth, who attended
Mrs. Anne Urquhart Stillman wiicu her baby, Guy, was born a't
the Women's Hospital in Amsterdam Avenue, New York, in December,
1918, was the first witness called to-day when hearings of the divorce
case were resumed before Referee Daniel J. Gleason. Mrs. Stillmjn
attended the hearing and listened to all testimony.
The physician stated that Mr. Stillman was a frequent visitor at the
hospital at this time and was, apparently, on the best of terms with his
wife, showing affection and concern for her welfare by his manner.
The so-called "hysterical letter,"
TO TRAIN LEADERS,
IS NOVEL PLAN
DENVBR, Col., June 15. ltlKir
unlvcr.'iltltH to train leaders for the
organized labor movement were pro
posed In a resolution to-day to tho
American Federation of Ijalbor. The
Labor Assembly of Palestine, Tex.,
suggested the scheme, which provided
for a referendum vote. The Institu
tion would be financed by a fifty
cent assessment on every member
each year for five yearn,
A fund of ten million dollarn would
be provided for five universities, four
In tho United States and one In
Canada. After the capital had Iwen
raised the Institutions would be
maintained by a yearly 25 cent per
STOKES WILL NOT
TESTIFY IN HIS
DIVORCE SUITwnit considered the failure of
Attorneys for both sides In the
Stokes divorce case suld to-day that
V. E. D. SloUcs will nut be called Io
tho witness stand when the case Is re
sumed on July 1, but I hat briefs will
bo presented at that time and tho cae
Herbert C Smyth, representing Mr.
Stokes, and Martin W. Littleton, for
Mr.s. Stokes, who luus a counter suit
for hi-paratioii, said that an agreement
had been rciclied whereby it would
not bo necessary for Mr. Stokes to
tefltlfy, unk'Hs at the wish of the court
Itself in rt to alimony.
HOMER IN FIFTH
I"OI.O CrROlWDS. June 16 Chi
cago had a one-run lead on the
Yankees in tile seventh inning In
tho fourth period Folk tripled nnd
scored on Slrunk's single. Uiiinn was
pitching for the Yankees.
llilio Ruth in his llrst appniniiice
at the plate bent nut an Inllelil hit
to MoCIellan at short The net time
he grounded to Hlcher Kerr and was
out at llrst
Catcher llofiiinn of the Yankees
hit a home run Into the right Held
stand In Ihc lll'th Inning.
ROCHESTER BEATS BEARS.
Rochester defeated Newnii 'll the
first game of a double hcaih ilnrd
on the litter'i rtiv.ir.ix to . . '7
to 1. Newark wns leading up to tho
eigiit.i inn ; .-. i.i . - (-.t
home two runs. They added five more
in the ninth
Score by Inning:
Rochester 00000002 67
Nowiurk ....... 00000100 01
PRICE THREE CENTS
written by Mrs. Stillman to her hus
band. In which she Is alleged to havo
referred to the parentage of Guy,
while- never, admitted to record, was
Ulld to have been received by Mr.
Htillmuu before Ouy was boru.
Mrs. Percy A. Rockefeller, tho shier
of Mr. Stillman, was a HUccetxllng wit
ncss. She was uuablc to say definitely
that she knew Mr. Slillm.tu was not
In the compuu of his wife from Jan
uary to April, 1918. Sho said she had
not seen them together and knew her
brother was much of the time with hla
father, who was then suffering from
the Illness of which ho noon thereafter
Mrs. Rockefeller wore a heavy veil
upon euterlng und leaving the cham-'
bern In which the hearing was con
ducted. In this way she masked her
face from a nquad of camera men
who stationed themselves at tho exit
of the building.
I Mrs. 11. U. Hunt, who was house
kei'iicr for the elder Stillman, testl
fled that Jumes A. Stillman was at
his father's home so much that he '
C'Hild not have been much with his
wife. Rut she admitted ttmt she had
no direct knowledge Mr. Stillman did
not visit his wife nt all.
The lawyers lor Mrs. Stillman pro.
fesscd to be greatly encouraged by
Mr. Sullivan and Mr. Rund of the
former banker's counsel to establish
an estrangement for a year before
the birth of Ouy. While the hearing
was closed against the public there
Aim no difficulty In learning the gist
oi the testimony from their enthusl
s.itle rNChangc of comment,
Mrs. Stllnttan said this afternoon
that she expected later that her
lather, James Rrown Potter, would
arrhe ut the hearing from Tuxedo,
i where he. has been stopping recently.
Dr. Hugh Russell, of Huffalo, tho
phjslclan to whom Mm Stillman In
said to have confessed her friendship
lor Fred Reativals, rmched Pough
keepsit) late this afternoon. Ha had
not completed his tostimony at the
Mary Murray nnd, Delta Rock, at
ono time employees of Jumes A, Stlll
uutn sr., and later employed In Uhe
home or the son. No. 2J0 I"nrk Ave
nue, ti'stlthi this afternoon In Mr.
Stlllfiiau'H behalf. Their testimony
dealt with an alleged estrangement
between husband and wife In 1917,
A former IiuUit In the Stillman home,
named Uicey, now In the employ ot
the- National City Rank, was another
witness late this afternoon.
The hearings in the Stillman divorce
ense were resumed this morning, uflcr
never.il iiostponements, with Mrs.
Aline Uruuhart Stillman all smiles
and confidence. She had on what he
call her "gypsy" costumo: an accord,
mn. pleated mlk ukul of n.l and Whlti.
, . ,,, . , ... . .
; siiuaroa, a blue silk hat, white waUl
and while 3tocklngs, with white and
'tan sport shoes. Over hor arm whs a.
brown sport coat, Biu armed wlli
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