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DEAD GIRL A RIVER MYSTERY
JE WELLER HELD UP IN BROOKE YN
HOW TO START
By HENRY CLEWS
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BROKER SCHLEY TELLS
HOW STEEL TRUST GOBBLED
TENflESSEE COAL AND IRON
uig i in. urn, i viww
MORGAN WAS LIBERAL
with Other Collateral to Get
Oram n Bchlay nf the stock r.
change Rrm of Moon Schley, a slob
tiinn. wrestled Willi CungfBMntBn Merlin
W. Littleton hII through . heated MB
s on to-day of lb. Con re.sslon.il com
RlIMM Investigating the t'ntted States
steel Corporation which li eltting a:
th. City Haiti
Thi affairs of Mr. Bohley's firm have
been prominent ro:n th. Mglnntng of
the Inquiry PtaMet.lt nd Iron and
steel in"n haic all I out I rioil Unit It tu
to MM Moure A I hlcy from ruin and
the stock market from roi.ac,iient Chaos
t tat the .ibbI Trust, at th Inatanca f
J, P Morgan. took over the Control of
it. morn formidable rival. TannassM
'Ml and Iron, with the promise of
Theodore R00MV.lt, then President, that
t i. transaction WOUld no! b attacked
under the nntl-trust law.
Mr. S'-hle left a Bl k room to at
nd the hearing. He w a shukv "'I
polo. Mr. Littleton obvtou.ly triad W
li. cm-!enite, lit ttl. Obttln.cy of
die wltnasB in refusing to understand
qVOMloM or in snewsrlng the-n other,
wine than they WOM inutile! brought
Mr. Littleton UP Standing and an.iv
riore thin once. Mr. Schley fought
sullenly against anything tending so
.how th.a it u tin- Inability of hlm
;;-!f or "f Kasllar to carry th. an r
mow lota "f T. C. and I. stoet wh in
they had aooamulatad, which really
put TennfuiO i' the grasp of lbs
FAILED TO DECIDE WHAT TO DO
Hi ordoui waa postponed for an hour
or io by an egl lUtlve session of fie
uuuimlltaa to conoktor Qgorga VV, r?r-
k.n- m a WltnBS lie had '"'en sub.
poenaed t.i a I'm" next TUBBday. Com.
mitt a man young appaalad to the oom.
BtlttM to li t Mr Perkins appear Mm
otln'r day. saying tluit the financier was
to lactura at tha University of Itlol igui
on Tuesday and hli tallura to appa-Url
there wouM u- a roll inoonvenl.no. at i
Ann Arbor Tha oominltiaa went Into
.aaOUtlV. Mi'Mioii lo talk the m.it'er 1
Tbraa-ojnartoM of an hour' dallbara.
Hon in aaartt :a::.-.i to tu th. Uma for
in. appaaranoa t Ur. Parbtaa.
"Ware you one of th. organizers
th. 'r ' iyndlcata in UOfT" sir.
Schley was askod.
"Vea," h aald.
"Who oriaoia.d the lyndleataT"
'fbraa antlaman found tbal the ato.'b
i-ould be bough;. They Mb. I th. rest
of ua lo come in and we did. M iyn
OtMta di I not buy: 'he min-oar.. i)ifh'l
jjt Individ. i r. The thri-o oi i;.iniz i s
(Continued on Second Paife.)
There's Nothing Slow
About World "Lost
and Found " Advts.
Sw Tork City Julr 21th, tall.
Naw lork World,
llfic.ng lost a gald wstoh B'in1y
eeealag, at 5Btb itreel and stn ave
naw. lit ft e'eleek P. M., I hat un ad.
put In Tha World tht morning and,
beak! very muiih to yuur valuanla
pap.-i. th wiMh waa returned t ma
about 4 .'.locb thta a'ternoja
ThMhtM J"a again,
" 1 fll Tlaat 5 Nth Htreet.
Aaatbeff World Ad. Acrempllahment It
Mill lie VtHI In RaiBeMbei When VOI
I uae Bemf Article of Value.
. it. "i.nai Bad Paaad" AdTertleemeati
Are aMwggl Olven the Bama CMepleBaua
p.. .Ill.iii In the World Hal After ln
.n I'uae Oppeslls r'llltartal I'age Waaka
la.. a and uu I Ir.l li.v Ug Dvvllva
ASKS STOVER AS
Then lie Takes Gaynor to
Show What Ho Has l)ne
tu (jur Parks.
MURPHY CALLS ALSO.
Crisis Reached in Commis
sionship and Shift is
Looked for So :n.
That n . Inly bat hern rM he 1 In the
Park Comrnlaalonarahlp tttuation arblcb
OOtVt.mpbltei th. ret;rem.nt of Churl.
It. Stover al head of the Park Dapart
n:ent or Manhattan and Rtobmond DO"
ame apparanl toniay at the city Haiti
when, ehrenologtoallyi tbaa. tbtnsai bap.
li io . M. i lhaftM v Murphy, arho at
m iv. baa in vlaw n "dMlrabla 'andi-
date for Park I 'onim Is.-loner, oallad
at the CUy Hall mi l had a lot'U talk
with the Mayor.
Il.flf a. Mi -Park rJomntMlonar Tbomaa
Hlavlna of tha Bronx ited th. city
Hal! and viiii. BUM ushered into the
praaanoa of the Mayor. Mr. Hlaflni
ho reen ment'.oni' I aa Mr. StoN oi 'a
ii.::u p. M. Iranklln BpantaCi abalrBMn
of the City Club 1 'ommlt'.ee on Parks.
arrlvod at the CHy HaJI and alM hid
a talk w :h the Btty'l BSOOUtlva
Prankttn ipanwr mm battar part
m-tnagamanl for Manhattan atid ftloh
mondi although ha w Mid to bg
rrl.nd of Commlailonar xtover.
l.M P, Mi Park CommlMlOnar Stover
arrlvM and alao mi admitted to the
ri -n r .ve offll aa
i p m -Commlaaian.r Ktover gmargaa
and was itirroundad by reporter..
"Pave you rMbJIIOd, Mr. Conm laalOB
"I have not. Why should I "V
"Art you i.'lni; to reglgn. Mr. Stover t"
" hy ahould It You might aak that
of any Commli.lonar."
"Hai the Mayor Mkad you to re. inn''"
"I shall not dlctia the Mayor. If you
wilt here a moment you will nee tha
Mayor and mya.ll kwua forth."
i..'.' P. M. Commissioner Htov.r! d
psrtBiant auto arrived at the ally H ill.
2. r. p. M. Maoi iiaynor, Commlaalonar
Stover and PrgBblbl Bponoar entered
ear and woro driven northward.
I'lnale Oonslualona are that the trio
mada an Inapaatlon of pirks ami drives
for the gjurpoaa of abowtilg Ih. Mayor
thit they never were In Letter unlit. on
tfian undor the gtov.r management
Lawyer CjlMs Order, but Din
on Riverside Drive Building
Increases in Volume
What Hen. Sherman once igJd eras
war ! what life Is on CharantOfrt aVBBUB
Just now, and will h until th. - gel
throajrh putthig up the t g .c n-atory
ariirtmnt-houae ut No. tri Ii'.' , 1
Drive, for those whme bs'lt win I.e..
happen to look nut upon what la to be
the Bourtyard of the naw building.
There aeema to ho n anrt of batting
oontea among the woi kmen who arc
put.lng up the building to aee who M
make the niont no'se.
The ngtftfbon hava gp I to t! e po
lice, to tha Boai d
HE LEAVES MAYOR
CANT STOP NOISE
OF BUSY WORKERS
SAVED AS THIEF'S
Two Hold-Up Men Invade
Simp on Brooklyn's Busiest
LIKE OTHER ROBBERIES.
Desper::Joc;. Flee as Assistance
Arrives and Fseape Despite
Pursuit by Mob,
Following the ggmf murderoui meth
oils employed In the rohhery or Jaooby'a
Sixth BVOnUu Jewelry alore m this city
by tiio taxleab bandlta, two youmc men
attamptod tha Ufa of Jewallar loaopti
Bagl. at 2.i o'olock t ils afternoon In
hla .hop al No Ml Pulton atieet,
Brooklyn. All that anved Caul. .. life
waa tho 'aliure of a 'artrl lgc to ex
piode when toe miixxle of the revolver
or!i! hy one of the y.nirg t iuRa waa
pragiad asiinst hli forahMd,
The fin deaparadOM OOUld not have
rboian i mor. dangarou icana for thalr
attamptad crime Tha Bagta ahop is
d'rtetly p ros gi ti.... tr.... n...
' big dep ut e it atorer. Hk a fPW dooia
1 from Da Kalh avenue and within Int
n i lata ha I of twelve trolley llnea and
two eieiat. i ngUroada. Hundradi or
padaitrUMIi were etreim na hy on hotn
el laa Of Kulton Bireel when the pair
Whether they approaohad the neiah
bOPhoe I in a taxleah or not hao not
Man gaeartalnad hy the police. They
entered the simp it g moment when lb.
lawellar was im aole oooupaint, itapplng
up briskly to tii. .how raae h.hlnl
v. bleb ho stood.
PAIR SOUGHT TO HAVE CHEAP
Bagla notic. .i that they wire fairly
avail drasMda but there was no bint of
unusual proaparlty m their olothlng.
Both loofcad 10 M In their eiitly tvven-
I tleat eera anootb ehawn ami abarp.
f ituraa The shorter of the pair
hand. I a dollar aratah to the jawell.r
ai d aald:
Can yon put a new apring In this?"
Eagle took the watch, his auapi. Ion
Itikiantly aroused, for he had never had
a raqUMI before to repair a doll ir
; wati'h. He h id hardly seized tt Urban
one of tha pair swung a pavolvar up
over the 00 U0 tar i band forward and
press. .1 till- UHI.le aiMknat the Jevve)lei 'n
I The horrtftad man h. ard the frlggar I
I nap MfOTB i'e could move. 1'hen be- I
nr the youth could pull the trigger
'a B.COnd lime he .lumped baoh and
r ipped on the partition that drVldM I
!il store from tha ahop of a tnllor neat
'door, lie yallad as he rapped and the1
The d. paradosM Had the Instant they
hoard t e tailor's vo.ee. Kugle ra ad
opt arii- ihini a,s the tailor appeared
and volunteered to look after Ids atore.
He saw the pair dleappexr around the
corner of De Kalb avenue. They ran
down Pe Kalb avenue to tlold strert,
and before they turned lhat corner De.
I actives Conner ami Cunningham bad
Jollied In the chaae.
The datectlVOa wi re gnlnlng on the
fugitives Bl they sprinted down 'Ootd
. tree! to Wlllouithhy, but when the pur-1
ailing throng which had now grown to'
a mob of huud"eda turned Into Wlllougb
by street, the tleelng pa'r had vanished.
A .-core of dOleOllVes seal 'bed the dls-
tri -1 for ari ho ir but could set no trace
DIVES OUT OF CAR WINDOW.
I'tirac II I t t Out ii ml tH'iir.'il Mutt
-..in in I rttiMiin-il.
When the fuse blow out on a north
bound West Parma BM at Morris Park
and Tremonl avenues last nlcht, Michael
TamlaltBi Ihlrly-seven, No. Kai Past 'Hie
Hundred and KUhty-llrat atmet, who
had I" en doling, dived through an op. n
Window. He 1:. Tided up his held and hli
skull w is fraeuu ed The other paasen.
gert ' psnle itrtekMi but unhurt.
stopped rtnally Prank L. Taylor, who
Uvel bg 'k of the Dot as BhoPi bt an In
Junction from Siprenie I'ourt Justice
Brady, Bui a iitti" ihinffHke an InJunc
tlon la n ithlnn to . i a wlllltm workers.
So, this afternoon. Lawyer Tayiu WB
hack !ieforc Justice Hrady. telling hint
that life was "skin to Hade.-'' and ask
ing that the bulldarBi u. Crystal a id
Sona, ha punished for MntarApi baug . ..
Ilia in.lae hadn't Stopped, The lawyer
for the Crystal! Mid they had Man
(I: luff men right and left, b it oouldn't
atop the noise, anl bMldM the DUlld
In? would ie done h on auybOWi end Of
course, then time would I" uu mure
MORTALLY HURT IN
1 AUTO SOMERSAULT v
Car Spins Four Times in Air,
Two-Year-Old Boy Escapes
four tlmea over and over tn the air, a
! BlXty horse-power automobile contain
ing seven pasensere and a oha iffour
I hUrlad It" occupants Into a Held twenty
I five feet dlgtanl at a curve in the Kast
1 irk Road near lure to-day.
Six occupants of the car wi re -en-
, migly lnjuic.1. The Mrlousl)
Ot Qeorge Rontboaiii head
Pasteur Institute. New York;
Injur es and hrulaed side.
Mine. Kouibeau. two wounds in leg.
Mil.-. Valentine, Mughtsr of Madame ,
RombMUl internal Injuries.
Mile. Paulette and slater, both suffer
Inn from anock and probable Concussion
nurvllls Raocta. two rlbi and coiiar-
1 hone broken and Internal Injurlea. '
i Albert Januot. elm off cur, Injury tu hip ;
Paul ltombeau, two-year
Pr. RombMUi was the only
ane entirely unhurt
Tha aooldenl Mcurrod
north of Poughkeepala, where
mm. nir contalidni: Adam
and tr. Henry A. Orlbhon waa wre -ke l.
Iirivink at a a id of thirty miles an
hour, the car mad" an unexpected Bharp
turn where the Rant Para road Jolni
the Creek road, then the Steering near
broke underneath a"d the car whirled
off the highway. It plunged through a
Mrbad wire fence and fell partly upon
Feveral of the occupants, ltombeau s
Injuries are most SSrlOUS and his condi
tion la critical. The others are thought
to huve good chances of r ncry.
TIRgT rVACBMaldsr tsro-yesr-olde;
f, ur and onaba!f furlongi -John Hi rk,
1H7 i(ir nidi. v to 1. S to 1 ii n 1 . yen. tlr-t .
Ouba Daffy, 1U (Orlffln). to I it 1 1 to I
second; California Quean, i"i (Hoffn in.,
I to r, and I to I, third. Time. 0.60, Hatta
-on. I'a. re. did. Lord LalghtOII Bfld
Norn a Ulrl also ran.
MBCONO rVACbV Purse KM; t wo-. ear
olds; flvs-alghtM or a mile Motile
Kearney. UK CH iWard), even, . 0 D and
it. won; Muam, " ... " ' - '
o T. and : to C, s md. r an
Knt.thtl, e to 1. 2 to 1 and own. thiru.
pi,,,, 1.04 t-.Y Lucky poy, lh. . i. Or.
lando Lady and Twenty-i mi
FORT ERIE WINNERS.
ril'.PT n. K Pur-" feiflO tw
OldS; live fttrlonM. Ya'i.Kc LOl is. 110
IMoCahay). 8 to t, 2 to l ai d even, won
by two lengths. Onrlco, 106 (Byrne), ',
to 1, 2 to 1 and 4 to ;.. teoond 'udal
Dove, IBree), 3 to 2 to -, snd oar.
third Time, i oi a.;,. Diamond Buoklag,
Dorothy 9 . latdy Baatrngg .u d Betsy
It inks also ran and tin sin ,1 as named,
gVOOKD HA'"P-I'm s", HOD; two
, u -o ; five furlonvs My Lol, tr
(Wlngtl.ld), I to 1, ii to I and 1 i I.
m by half a length, i: loi i, : '2 OXoer
in : i. I to I. 11 t" 1 and OVOn Tie on t;
Nidtinham, M (Byrne), 10 to i, to t
end 3 to I, third. Time 1.14 4-0 ThUtv.
fortyi Mad Rlvar, McCreary an i Tao.
tiea also ran.
; 1 1 1 1 i n.
I i.i 'i ;
Broker Schley on Witness Stand
at U. S. Steel Inquiry To-Day
(Sr-cUlly rbvtognphid by n bVsrrtng World fUf irt '.it )
nge-:-. w ' a u J ;
aial " . -agia
Three Women and Two Wen
in I )anger of Ri mtin
w hen Help Arrives,
Th opporluna arr''sl of a man of
rOSOUrcS and strangtb on a motor cycle
BTia all that MVBd Charles N Aldricb
of S i' vllh , It, I . and his guests. Mr
an.' Mr'. Bee be, Miss Beeb. and an
other young aroman, all of Sawtlle,
from heins roa I to death under n
ovartumed burning BUtomoblla last
n ht. Tin y were rascueil iut In lime,
Mlsa Re.be Ming the most seriously
Injured, aha iffer ni; from broken rib,
The party waa ruling from Orient t"
ayvllle in Mr. Aldrlch'i automobile
oajiafhlng nanl wmng with tha car a.
it neurod the top or Freeh Pond mil.
MtWMn rttvarhaad snd IVadlng Rivar.
Iie-:..t.- efforts of Mr Aidrlcti and
Mr lie. ie( Who
aeit, the car ran
Ipled th" front
:.a ll B aril down Die
Cgraful BtMrlng held the
tha road until t l tt.cn
BfM rMBbM and the dm;
10 have pasaad, hea 1 na
Bhaala atruok a lot of sofi
m i -bine in
of tha bin
of tin. rear
car iui ned
r and . nine Lately IgUghl
Mr. Aldrloh and
aradged under the m
Mr n. . I...
, . .
to.-, hi ii i o n mi
stun. led, in s.i ii a : . ,at tbgy were ,
Illl.lble In help ' i. Ulselvea. Til. three
. women In II... ..
" '' " ' pel ned in.
.11 ISS I .
B E D UNDER
M had irlod i . lump and wa.'ruonuo nan un UMlTlBbCng
OgUgnt Uhiler a c ,. ,,r i .,,. ti.nniiiiii.
Th,- road was apparently dOBMMd and
the paiiy s d .lo.uhed wnen ChgClM
o. aehnata, an emplo) r tba New
York Telephoio- .i.. happened abMiv in
his motor. tycle, atl ng the peill of the
imprlBOMd t "i 1st he graitad no time.
With a ion i ill yankad from a fence
lie managed to n.r i . from part uf t .
ar bit 1 sno ign to alio tha man to
crui out T o '. a ills Mr BeaM threa
sand on the idizi- Mr Aldrloh and Mr.
Igohnata in n, a i to hoist the tonneau
I and rescue t wogicn Hy that time
Ina blaM t irMleneil to eoneume the csr,
hut nil hand- tun;., i in an I smothered t
Tha parf. repaired to the fgrmbguga
iif ii P P iker, where Ulsi Bmm oom
plained of sey r" pain- and a Burgeon
who was summoned 'lis ivorad that ghe
lied a frgeturwl 1 1'1
AIM IN w KOII TO DAT,
4 m. - , i - ; ii .,n ,
1 III. III'!
V f ii
, . . V,,.. :;, ,',Jj! it" Ji2
ak... .., 4j 46M
. i in ii i ii i. ti mill i
TOOK $14,000 TO
Nflctlm May Die and Magistrate
Taki'N SS,o(i(i in Cash
Rgpeetlgal that she would be required
to put u e heavy Pond when she was
i rrslgnad before Magistrate iowd in
long gland I'ltv Court to-day. on a
hiuute of felon oua unaiiilt, Mra M iry
Norrla of No. II Kult.ni av.nue, Astoria,
h rough I III. In cash with her When
the court pro. i. Unas wile llnlsbed. ahe
peelad at, 000 o0 tho mil and put that up
aa aecurtty that ho BOU d nppear al
Mr Norrla, who Is lw. niy-flva years
old,' la chanced Bflth having poured a
kettle of BOatdlng hoi water over her
huahand, John csterdav .iflernoon,
during a quarrel Mra Norrla told the
Magistrate that as aha started to lift
the kettle off the lias glove It tiled
and poured tho wet. r over i.ei I malum I.
anho ' ... M.nii,; nearby, fthe btm hatdi
however, on tin affidavit f Or, W. A.
Lawrence, tha ambulance surgeon of
Bt. John's Hospital, arhara the huaband,
woo la I went -". .-ii yBSri Old and an
Ironworker, u iij.im ua a resull of ins
lr. Lawranea w ire ihn injured
man told hint that he and Ins wife
luarreipd ovai Ma drlnUng hii.us.
III of lege aiu
1 DIICLItTC llAD nil PiMtnoi rrjr-
AT NARRAGANSETT PIER
Governor ot ihodf Mim,! h.-.-tir.'
s .,l T.i 1. . . V, . ,
PttOVIDBNCB, It I , ,.
formed that two ggmbllng pii si won
pnnnlna nightly in open defiance m bli
orders that all gambling a' ISTarraBB I.
Btl BhOUld ceasu, QO Pol llei to- lay
di la red thai he s.aiH "nmcl ihii ds-
llance of the uamhera with t s full
l.ower of the Htate, und tli.it there will
be no Harvest for Ihern at Harragansel
this aumiuer "
His reference lo the tale's full pawi i
is taken to nau thai in. will t.i i on
to- nillltla to enroi.' ,,i , i f ihe
constabulary and Bhsrlff . utfl of the
inly fall io el .ti t k ssi :
ologad. Tho Qnvernor called all hs
s ailffa of the g sle Into ounsultatloii i -day
and ua.e hs mosl i- 'I. -lot.
tlnl an ganiMlng resorts be ,ivv.
all Kan hli
GIRL DEAD IN HUDSON
THROWN OFF PASSING
STEAMER, POLICE SAY
Body of Young Woman Found OH
Helen Gould's Estate, Near Tar
rytown, Is Marked Slightly
at the Throat.
In Water Only Two Days and No
One of Description Has Been
The discovery of the body of a very pretty younu jrlrl In the Hudson
River at a point oil the estate of Helen Gould, between Irvinpton and
Ttrrytown, today, has iven the authorities of Westchester County a
mystery to unravel. Coroner lies of Yomkers and Chief of Police W1H
im J. Bowntf of Tarrvtown have charge of me invetijratfon, which had
not proresed to any extent in the way of ascertaining the identity of
the girl late this afternoon. ( !.
Policemen and others h ive been sent to make Inquiries it the homes
of Mis Gould, John 1). Archbold, Kusell Hopkins and other wealthy
NW Vnikers who have homes along the Hudson in the vicinity of
Tarrytown. The jiil body has been viewed by persons who know
about everybody residing in Tarrytown, Dobbs Ferry and Irvlrujton,
and they say she does not resemhle any one of their acquaintance.
BECAUSE TAFT IS
Connecticut Stale Grange Re
sents I 'resident's CrnsaJe
Ignerlal It Tm gfaslaj WnrM I
HARTKORD, lonn, tllg J.-The
"oti , ", ', stale Oi ins. ' and nllleil or
ggnlMtl na. POmpOBSd of the farmers
Tif the Kl lie, are pi open revolt ngalnat
Ihe Republleag party and President
I Tafl I' 'i .si of the paaaage of the
I l.'o i i Ity M I On Monday It sua an-
: noun "d that President Taft had ne
on Invitation to visit the Pun-
. f i' -tit" Pair during the first
k i eptenvMri as the ituesl of the
I'd- .ssi.'lutloll and I i" people o the
To 1 1 . p is laarnad on Indisputable
'o- . 1 1 1 . 1 1 th" ilruiKe hia drollned
to i port In the usual Qrgngg Oav
at the fair, and tin- reiaon la that Preal
ten r ,'i is l i he i-iesen a" the atueat
ot I hi. I all- A s.i, lal'nn.
Then will Ie No QrgRffg Oiy tills
year." is ti latamanl of th. officials
of the o di r f Bi Duffy of Wmi Hart
tui. i. ..i n is a ntam asr of the Farmers'
Usgl ii ye i 'oiiimltlee of the I'onne-ti-
I gtite Orange and master of the
Wist Hartford Orange and who alao
haa Man in inager of the live iock de
pertmi ii al lbs ConhMtloul Pair, was
e . ,il ,t ;n his itktemanl He n d:
"iiomo Uma ago tM manager 'Tf the
r. i :' i Orange to pan elpala
II m i! a nd tin a. mil i',' mac Hay was
to be oi. erved, 'i ins week whan It waa
laarnad 'hit Pi lanl Tafl bad accept
ed nil Invltal r, to attend 'be fair, the
" :at a chanwd 'i' a 'air Mthorltlsa
have I it not He 1 thai th" i ingS W.II
not t i"e p rt n the fair th s . ir."
"V. -y la ihle?" waa BSkad.
"r'. r t!-e ragjaon that tha Oranara Is
opposed lo the
Hk as"i StS, l" J
bean thi lea ley
i roe It)
Ides in nil
l"til Tafl has
no .lent, tha
I i ike - art In
i a gueal W"
e la tile h l
i Hy. and t i.it
Ik II dec '!
uy ,n v o i . i
at m art
l''e J'',-'' f
There l . chane. that the girl
have been a member of th. houaeihotd
or some millionaire .tons the Hudooo.
Khe ram. to her death near where tfM
body waa found, aa the medieval men
agree she was not in Ihe mater mora
than two day.
There are no marks of violence on th.
body of the ulrl, beyond momt. dlacotorav
lions at the throat which may havw
formed hefore or after death. An mo
topsy will be ne.-eeae.ry for determnav
PtOn aa to whether the vlotlm at tbal
tr&aely came to Mr death bg dlxywia
Ins or otherwise
MAY HAVE FALLEN OR BEEN
THROWN FROM STEAMER..
Chief How ues Incline, to the theory
that the girl fell or waa thrown front
one of the numerous excursion bots or
regular ps.'keU that paaa up and doaea
the river "very day In summer
If waa thought at first he might have
Man a victim of one of the numurom
riots and dlSSUTbBBBBB that happen on
a whl "h are towe.1 up the river
w.th eKcurslon psrltea every Btmday,
hut the con 1, ion of the body lndlcataa
that the git ! could not have been la u a
water for ao long a period.
T ere are no marks of Identification
on the clothing. The girl wore na
Jewelry She was fully dreeeag) save for
s hut Hh" wore a blue and wh.ta on -piece
gown, black lace stocklnga nd
high lee.ud, hlack low shoas. hrand ne.v.
The girl wue between eighteen and'
twenty years of age. The feuturea ar.
Small end regular and prettv, the hair
long an-1 dark brown in color, llanta
and feet were well cared for In life an J
the . h.thlng, while not enpenalve, la of
line tegture and well made.
BODY SEEN BY ENOINEER OF
The engineer f a southbound !ew
York Ognlral train mw the Ualy drtt
mg tips. ream with the tide, cloee tu
BhrOra a short dlsiance .hove Irvlngtog.
II . si . pjied his LOOonSOIlYS at Irvlnston
a id ii.it t lagg the agent, tlcorge Vincent,
who, with a BOmpanlOn. walked up Ihe
track. On IgB w-ay (bay picked up aoin
w : . io-. i Mfaged on the New Vurk
i', ir i il e irii . U l upi ijyenents.
it w . Msaaaary to get . bout td
reach I body, which was drugged
ihhiiri' i Mai 't t'ol.cm Pownes was
n. lined and he ordered the b.Hly re
DBOVad lo Vnadarblat'a Morgue. Coroner
I, was ii'iti.li-1. bat before hla arrival
Or 0, W. Pa Iro MM of Tarrytown was
BVm mOttOd 10 make an i x.iTiilnatlon of
H e ramatns He (own 1 no naarM or vio
nd th -" girt i.iy meattonsst
N i ii. imiswi r.ng the description Of
the tim n ihe Tarrytown Bsystayw
has heos rcTTrtei a m s'ag from th.
Hudson Kiier IOWM, Nether Is there
ii pol'os r. ords ',' Una city relet.
? lu missing girl a dea-rrptton AttUgjB
kiwi u tu k-si; tuouj ,u ihB rivsy,
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