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calling her such names as 'deai ic," 'sweetheart' and 'little girl.' "I became deeply suspicious that Dr. O'Byrne's relations with my wife were not what they should have been. "So I told my mother about it. My mother lives in the flat above mine. She watched. "One night she saw Dr. O'Byrne arrive. He spoke to her and then went into my flat. "My mother tiptoed about the porch for about an hour trying to see or hear something, but the doors were locked and the shades drawn. "There was a little window up above the main one, however, and my mother thought of this. There was no shade on this little win dow. "My mother crept up to it and looked in. What she saw was ter ' rible. "She looked right through my little girTs bedroom into another bedroom, and Dr. O'Byrne was in there with my wife. "They werexsitting on a divan and Dr. O'Byrne's arms were; around my wife. "After this I called a confer ence of my family my mother and my brother. "We asked my wife about all these things. My wife admitted that Dr. O'Byrne had called her endearing names and had kissed her. " 'And I'll tell you why, she said to me. I never had a real kiss in all my life until Dr. P'Byrne kissed me.' 'Your kisses are just pecks. Du O'Byrne's kissefe are oh so' thrilling, so hypnotizing, so en trancing. " Tfou don't know-how to kiss, and I don't believe you ever will learn. "That's why I allow Dr. O'Byrne fo kiss me.' "J told her I was going to sue for a divorce. y " 'You'll have a h 1 of a time,' she said. 'Dr. "O'Byrne is rich and influential, while you are just a poor boob of a postoffice clerk.' "I never lived with my wife after that I moved into my" mother's flat. . "One night up there I heard a man's voicein my wife's flat. 'l am sure it was a man's voice. "My mother and I rushed down stairs. The door was locked. I pounded on it "My wife opened it andscream ed. Sh6 ran back into the house and threw a chair through the window. Then she telephoned for the police. "When the police came she showed a torn, bathrobe and said that I had been beating her and had been breaking up the furni ture. "But the police found the back' door open. I think the man whose voice I heard escaped through that" Mrs. Mary Whitlock, Harry's .mother, Says: I heard, the neighbors talking about the visits of Dr. O'Byrne to my son's wife. Jessie. "The doctor used to call to at tend to my son's little daughter, Norma.