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1' 18 Capital Journal Salem,
On Murder's Skirts
By TERRY
Chapter 13
T "What about Fenton?" asked
"Raff. "How did he get along
with Bray?"
" "All riEht. I guess," answered
Ellen. "They really didn't have
a very much in common, fenton
ni aort of a religious lanatic ana
i -he used to get pretty shocked at
Bray'f swearing. But there was
no bad feeling there. Tenton is
-Such a mouse he couldn't harbor
.an intense feeling such as hate.
And as for actually killing any-
Ihine well.' my heavens, he
thinks it's horrifying even to kill
earthworms for labo r a t o r y
rwork."
"How did Fenton get along
with Hubbard?"
"He pretty much kept out of
Hubbards way. although Dr.
. Hubbard used to go in Fenton's
office quite often to have a cig
;' larette. He did it just to annoy
. Fenton, I'm sure. He knew Fen-
. on had religious scruples
against smoking, so every time
he wanted a cigarette, into ten
ton's office he would go. Not
that I really minded, to be
truthful. Dr. Hubbard used to
smoke some special brand of
Egyptian cigarettes I can't re
member the name but the
Asmoke was terrible. It smelled
? like burning rugs and the odor
would linger for hours.
"But Dr. Hubbard developed
' an allergy to them and had to
give up smoking entirely."
'f Raff was staring at her intent-
! ly as she spoke. When she fin-
" lshed he said, "Let's go upstairs
- I have to call the hospital and
. - I have
I - then I
. I at Hub!
mm. IN
want to take a quick look
Hubbard's office."
mi .....11 1 ) t
n I 'n8 85 the noon gong sounded
" Upstairs, the corridor and of-
flees were already quiet after
the lunch-hour exodus.
Ellen excused herself and
went down the hall to the room
next door to Bray's office. When
she returned, Raff had already
made his telephone call.
I've got to get right back to
,J,t, J the hospital now," he said, "bui
xne autopsy report is reaay.
Bray received a hypo of potas
sium cyanide in the dorsal lum
bar region around midnight last
night. And another finding,"
he added slowly, "was that the
hypo in the left arm was in
serted after death."
For a moment Ellen didn't say
a word. Then she quickly turn-
S ed her back on Raff and stared
out the- window for a long min-
ute. When she turned around
t' again she was rubbing her eyes
o e hard. When she spoke, the
words came out in a rush.
"So, it's true! It's an awful
hateful thing. But why? He
was one of the nicest people in
this worlq. Why would some
body murder him? He wouldn't
have hurt anybody. Why did
i c & they have to kill him?"
J f Raff started to say something
. r and then changed his mind. In-
J . atead he said gently, "I'm afraid
, 1 the police will have to be noti-
t. fled."
J Ellen's shoulders sagged.
I "They'll turn up that old story
1 , jj the very thing Dr. Bray tried
j I g. to hard to prevent. And now
nt aeaa ana ne can t do any
thing about it," she said dully.
"Don't feel that you're letting
him down. It's the only thing
that we can do."
"But listen." She looked up
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ADLER
could find out who did it, by our
selves, and turned him over to
the police, then they wouldn't
have to ask a lot of questions
and all that."
"I'm afraid this is too big a
job. It requires more effort and
more time than either of us can
give. As it is, I should be back
at the hospital right now."
"Couldn't you wait a few days
before you called the police?"
she begged. Meanwhile, per
haps I can turn something up.
Don't you honestly think that his
wife and child deserve some
kind of break?"
He didn't say anything for a
while. He was thinking that
he did owe something to Bray's
family. He was thinking that if
he had gone over to sec Bray last
night as Bray had wanted, may
be Bray would not be dead now.
But then he shook his head
slowly.
"I'd like to spare Bray's fam
ily as much as you. But you
don t seem to realize that a mur
der has been committed. This
isn't just one of those little
things like being blackballed in
a sorority. There's a really dan
gerous person around here. I'm
not so sure it would be wise to
go snooping around."
(To be continued)
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Gervais Mrs. William Oddle
entertained the Past Matrons
club at her home in the North
Howell district with eleven
members present for a no-host
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waterway
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garment
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Nebraska
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managed
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48. Unit of work
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letter; 4:00, Welcome Traveler.
luncheon. The members worked
on crib quilts for the Shrine
hospital and made a dozen pot
holders and wiping cloths for
the Eastern Star Home.
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