By D. N. Mackenzie
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38 calibre pistol. There were also four cartridges. According to Clara, she had expended two others shooting at ducks. As the party prepared to leave for the police station, Clara blurted out an unsolicited declaration that was guaranteed to arouse the suspicions of the dullest investigator, "Oh, it's the Westwood case you mean. I can prove where I was that night. " Nothing further was said, neither was Clara given any warning that she faced a criminal charge. 5 The sergeant began by warning her that anything she might say would be used against her and that she was a suspect in the murder 28 / DEATH IN THE QUEEN CITY Inspector William Stark.
Crozier be brought in as well. It was now about 6:30 and Reburn suggested that Clara have dinner in the matron's room. In the meantime, Flora had arrived and Reburn satisfied himself that her story was irreconcilable with Claras. At 7:15 they started again. Reburn decided to move the interrogation to Inspector Stark's office and confronted her that she had "YOU KNOW MY COLOR" / 29 never gone to the theatre that night. Flora was brought in and asked where she was on the night of October 6. The girl confirmed that she was supposed to meet up with Clara but that she had never come and that later Clara had told her to lie and say that they had gone to the show.
Did She Kill Him? - Inspector Stark Confident That He Has An Unbreakable Chain Of Evidence" was the lead headline in the days edition of the Toronto StarJ There were detailed, if frequently inaccurate, accounts of the investigation. The Globe noted that the public had almost lost interest in the Westwood case until "the fresh sensation consequent on the arrest of the mulatto man-woman" sparked an even more intense curiosity. "YOU KNOW MY COLOR" / 33 Most of the dailies suggested that Clara Ford had confessed to the crime, but for the time being the police remained tight-lipped.