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JOHN W. GATES IS AGAIN AT DEATH'S DOOR
GIRL GROSSED IN LOVE DROWNS IN HUDSON
WHAT II Kit Fair to-alht ami Friday.
HKt'IHRR-1'dr in-nlahl and Friday.
jCireu.,fon JJools Open ow4.M
"Circulation Books Open to All."
EDITION.
EDITION.
PRICE ONE CENT.
JOHN W. GATES
OXYGEN GIVEN BY DOCTORS
TO SUSTAIN EBBING LIFE
Magnate Has Another Bad
Turn With Sudden Chill and
All His Do-tors at Bedside.
REPORT HE HAD DIED.
Family Issues Statement That
He Still Lives but Con
dition Is Critical.
PARIS. Aug. S. A report that John
W. Oates has died to-day u denied
at his hotel this evening. Charles Gates,
tha financier's sin, admitted, however,
1at his father had had a had turn dur
ing the afternoon.
At 7.25 o'clock this evening the fam
ily of Mr. Gates nave out a statement
faying that the financier was still liv
ing, but that hla condition waa most
critical. He had taken another chill
and all the physician were at the bed
aide. Oxygen was being administered.
There were rumors on the Stock Kx
Change and through the financial district
this afternoon that John W. Gates had
died, but on Investigation these were
proved to be unfounded. Friends of Mr.
11 ites sal. I that they hail received cables
to.dsv confirming early day press de
pat' hes tliat Mr. Hates had shown a
al.ght Improvement.
Harris. Wlnthrop Co. received I
Table from Paris this afternoon that
Mr. Gates waa worse and that his heart
was acting badly.
Mr. H. S. Black, a close personal
friend of Mr. Uat.-s, said that he !iad
learned authoritatively that there waa
no truth In the report thai a cable had
l.een received here by u Steel Company
that Mr, Gates hail died.
eCOrding lO OfJICtra of the I'nlted
r- -M Si. el Corporation, word was re
volved at the trust's oftlcs this after
noon thai Mr. Gates had died, owing to
denial by cable, dotlbl wan expressed
00.11 the announcement! bul th" ileal
men were positive In making It.
Mr. Qatea'a death was announced at
luncheon or the steel Corporation's of-
fi ers,' said Richard v. Undaburyi iaw
)er for the trust, when he arrived in
the afternoon helping of the steel In
quiry In the City Mall. "I was at the
luncheon, Mr. Dates i dead."
Th eaeeretary of filbert M Gary,
c .airman r t'te trust directors, verified
ti.r statement, but would not tall Who
I hd received the private cablegram,
M luc ell v offloeo of Mr Gates, on
thd other hand. It was said that they
did not credit t lie rep u t
A re pre sen I at Vi
J M dent Of tBS
Corporation, said
t , ely had died.
of James A Karrcll,
t'nlted States Steel
that Mr. Git.:. ixal-
THIS JEWELLER ROBBED
WITHOUT A REVOLVER.
Just Plain sneak Thieves Gel
Away With sx Watch by
hist Sprinting.
W!."ti 'wo poorly dragged nesroes
went Into Paul Shapiro's jewelry store
gi No. 6a Ninth avenue, this after
noOD and asked to look at a watch,
the proprietor, "ho was alone and
who has read about recent Jewelry
atore hold-ups. became suspicious.
lie pulle I out
dollar watch,
but
thill
the customers
gold watch.
p imotbini
said Ihey wanted a
about $1", boss,'
said
one of them.
Shapiro cot out two thin watches, one
worth, m and the other ortti about
ft, upordlng t" ids story, Ha showed
than the cheaper ml nTst. They
a iieri kin to shoe Ihem how it worked,
and as lie ben I I
from h'.s hind a
) o s i one traoMd it
ud tlie tWO bolted out
and up Ninth avenue.
Shapiro, who is a larite man, followed.
r.i.vnii a no. and ory.
1 fl -nluili street lio
When he rsaehsd
sii.i. i.iii remem
perad he had left his itoi
an guard1 d
lUat every.
i go; vry,
and ran uck I
discover
'lie IhlOt
t'lllg w
afe
Aulii .klla '" I'l'ler.
The in i-hic;.i of the gutomoblla in
whics ...... Josopb o,u.
l.oll, of No. IIO t eiv.de l'le. were
-
ruling on Broadway early to-oay
t . i .... ... . a, ..i ln
roasnao soi me .-... -
a pillar or ino eie.neo rMcumuu ui
i
the subway at Two HUDgTM ana n led liavlng any pan in the plan to
Klghtsenth street. Both men were cut burn "the captive Indian." The major
aViUfj the face and lianda by flying lty of the boys said that the Senior boy
giaasv but refused tu go to a hospital. aot are to bis clotbisg tUmaeaf.
Ceprrtght, 11(11, by
Co. (Th. New
NEAR DEATH
YOUNG WOMAN
HURT IN AN AUTO
CRASH AT ITHACA.
CANT BLOW HOT
Court Refuses Alimony
Wife Who Doesn't Want
Her Decree Signed
to
Supreme Court Justice Kelly of Brook
lyn decided to-day that Mrs. Anna Bol
nick, wife of Samuel Bolnlok, the
wealthy president of the Albert Paper
Box Company, will liave to make up
her mind as to whether or not she
wants an absolute divorce from her
husband before she c.m uet either ali
mony or counsel fees.
Mrs. Bolttlck recently Miod for 'divorce,
naming as corespondent a woman with
whom he claimed hot husband had
been living for eight years at No. MO
Beverly road. Flatbush. under the name
of Blank. Thu case was heard by a
referee, who recommended that a decree
be granted. Mrs. Bolnlck claims that
she was told by her husband that the
divorce WOUld legitimatize the two child
ren he had by the woman with whom
he had been living and that he would
later re-marry her. When she figure 1
out that tills was only a plan to get
her to bring .o tion she refused to make
application for the signing of the di
vorce decree, but made a demand for
Jleu a week alimony and ItaMQ counsel
tees instead,
In his decision Justice Kelly says that
the plaintiff "cannot blow hot and cold
With the consent of tills Court." He de
clares that tfhe must either ronsont to
have the divorce decree signed or remain
without alimony. He expresses the
opinion that Mrs. Holnlck'a attitude is
beyond 'comprehension.
BOY'S LIFE SACRIFICED
PLAYING "WILD WEST."
Youngster Told Mother Compan
ions Touched Match to I lis
Clothes.
P.ight-year-old John Senior died t'--
day at his home on the ground floor ..f
I No. 2tsl But Fot ty-flisl street fr on
burns he recelveil on Tuesday afternoon
i Willie rli'i" ' Wild. West ghOW" Klin
several of hU neighborhood playntglei
' The boys were placing tu a yard a f"l
doors awa from the S.-nlor home a
irdlUg tu S tl "I liiadi by the
dying boy toe of his playmutos proposed
Jrr7tobh"oUi;Pm
,. ... ... ..u. ...
i run i.oaic w.:u nt.-. icioioa on oia- niot,
was terribly burned about the back and
I . ,, ., . . , .
anna, i no pouui ouesuonea ins young
companions di i ne auj , put may an ue -
'
AND COLD IN A
DIVORCE ACTION
The Frei. l-.ihll.bliif
Y.rk World).
NEW
rich miss fowler
ANU All INJUKtU
IN AUTO SMASH UP
Mine Owner's Daughter Was
Returning From Home She
Founded for Boys.
CHAUFFEUR ALSO HURT.
Machine Skidded Into a Ditch
When Going at High Speed
Near Ithaca.
A telegram was received here to-day
from Ithaca, N V., telling of an au'n
1 mobile accident near that city last
night In which Mis. Kate Grosvenor
, Fowler, one of New York's wealthiest
girls, and her grandmother, Mrs. E. 8.
Grosvenor, were seriously Injured
Their chauffeur will probably die. aflat I
FOWler! left arm was broken and she !
was badly cut and bruised, Mrs. Gros
venor escaped with bruises, but Is suffer
ing from the shock, which mav prove
fatal. Max OftMatkO "f Boston, the
chauffeur, had several ribs broken and
. has concussion of the hraln.
The two women were being driven
from Krcevllle to board a train at Ith
aca for New York. Miss Powier wae
summering in the hotel she furnished al
the, George Junior Kep.iblle al PYeeVffisTI
They were driving at high speed over
i muddy road on sleep hill lust .-as
of Ithaca when the car skidded Into a
ditch. The bit; seven-passenger car
turned turtle, pinning the chauffeur to
the ground. Ti e women were thrown
clear of the car. Tliry were taken to
a hospital In Ithaca In an automobile
that passed shortly after the accident.
Miss Fowler Is the daughter of the
late Rtdridga M. Fowler, luml.i r an. I
mining in, innate of Michigan and Min
nesota, who left an estate valued at
116,000,000. He died In 1904, leaving the
bulk of Ida estate to his second wife
and two daughters 'I' . eecond Mra.
Fowler was formerly Itiaa Brewer, Mr.
Fowler's housekeeper, Thoy wars mar
ried About ' year before lie; death.
Mr. Fowler was the largest individual
fe owner of mines on the Mosaba range
in Minnesota, Ha owned a half Interest
In the fee of the Kayal, the largest Iron
mine in the world, and of the Adams
group. Including Spru. and Cloquel
mini's. Ills Income In royalties was a
half million dollars annually from Min
nesota Iron mines. Mr. Fowler and his
Michigan associates obtslnsd these won
derful mining lands fur their timber
alone. The ore was discovered after
the timber partly had lea n cut.
Miss Fowler's sister Is Mrs. Arthur
ll. Fleming "f Paaadena, whom Mr.
Fowler was visiting at the time of his
death
mimu ruwivr, srnen in new i orK
resides with lo-r stepmother at No.
Central Park West she is a cousin of
the widow of Bromona BUMns and wcii
known in New York society.
LEISHMAN PRESENTED
FOR KAISER'S APPROVAL.
American Envoy to Italy
Proposed
as Ambassador to Germany
to Succeed Hill.
BlirtMN. Aug. B. John G A. Irish
man has been proposed to this Govern
ment by Washington as American Am
bassador to SUOOSOd Dr, I 'avid Jajne
iiiii, who resigned lust spring,
The t'nlted State- asked whether the
appolntmoni of ml Lalahman would be
I acceptable to this Government, through
.Count ion BcrnstorfT. he German Am
bassador at Washington. Mr. Lslsh'
' man's name was submitted by tele
l graph to klmperor William, who is
I touring In t ie Grand Duchy Of -Meek
llenbcu, The answer of Ills Mslesty
is not known, bin there is every DTOfeeV
blllty that it will he afnYiiuithe.
John '1 LoishmaJl Is now Atnstl-1
can Antbasssdor to ital; , and it has
been Known t'at iiis gpnolntmsnt to
Merlin had been praclicvly decided'
upon, H Is an experienced diplomat, I
having entered the foreign servlos in
ISHT as Mm. st- : to Swits'o i.m I. ilel
was transferred to Turks itOOi an i
In 1 101 th" pout s raised to an Am
bitSSadorshrp. In the umi year Mr
l.elshman was transfeireil to Rome,
wane he lias since lemaliod Mr
i. ei., mi in was born in Pittsburg! Pa.,
on March !H, IsST, Ifs engaged in stscl
m. ,.:i. and at the
tared ihe dlplomsdl
llm that lie en -
service Its was
Pfesldenl of tue Lrnegle gteel Com.
pany. lie was mttTled in lilt to Miss
Julia frawford of Pittsburg, Ti.ey have
I
.simn.ii.i H..I...II,, i,i 1.
--Mei Uu, n t,u Itber n sad Nunt
...
nia
1 uga. iii.ua cteiuag i.iot. tans.
Isioilnion Mil All li.ulwlx, JWnnutia snd luui
tu. H .- Uml Che. k C...H, f-.r lae tu.i
I 1WB. "lSl. 1.11 Al- AUOIUIl, OUU
and trs.tllen' eheckk. Tht Worn Trif.l
At. Arte I'ulltur IWortdl Buildiai, U-SS
I'fauos BHlaus MSS),
Busjsni,
I tuf m
YORK, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1911. 16 PACES
peace treaties
olbNtU BY , KANut,
ENGLAND AND U.S.
Three Nations Conclude Arbi-
tration Agreements That
Make War Impossible.
BIG VICTORY FOR TAFT,
IMIMA illlV.1 llllll'll J 1 1 1 . t I 1 1 I
Sign in Washington. French
Envoy in Paris
WAJHI NQTOJf , Aug. S The genersl
arbitration treaties tsetween the I'nlted,
States and Great Britain and the t'nlted
States and France, signed this after
nOOn, "111 he sent at once to the Senate
for Ratification. The .X nglo-American
treaty was signed at .1.1" I'. M. in l'resl-
den I Taft'lt
rarv at the White House I
f State Knox and British
by Becrctarj
Ambassador Bryce. The FranooAt -
lean treaty was signed hy Se.-rf-tHM
Knox at "11 I'. M. It previously had i
been signed in Farts by Ambassador J.
.1. Jussorgnd,
As soon as tha copies of the two'
treaties ial been signed President Taft
affixed hi signature to tiio messages
of transmittal to the Senate. It was j
thought St first that an exchange on 1
the lfraiico-Ainorlcnn treaty would be
necessar- before tt could be sent to
he Senate.
Later, Oil official notification from
Pan-, f.f to,- signature there, Proaldcnl
I Taft decided to rush the treaties nt
i once to the Senate In the hope ,f ,i.
; curing action at this session.
To A mtiassador Josser mil .-ii.ii. th
r.lcnal honor of alasdna the arbitration
treaty between t lie I'nlted States and
Francs six hours ahead of the signing
of the treaty between the United States
' and Great Britain. This distinction Is
positively of more personal satisfaction
'than that gained from hawing been the
! first foreign diplomat to come forw.i' l
i with a tentative acceptance of Presi
dent Taft'. informal proposal to all n .
; tlons for Just such a treaty as has
boon loncludsd.
KNOX AND BRYCE SIGNED IN
WASHINGTON.
The Igttcr incident at the time was
(Ulto overlooked exiept by thS Presi
dent and a fow of the guests of the
American Society for the Judicial Set
tlement of International III-;. ale-, whore
ItbS President's proposal iMua i, ....... at
the an tin il dinner laat December.
Throughout the negotiations compara
tively little was heard of ti- part taken
i hy Ambassador Jusaerand In forward
ing the great movement. The negotia
tions with Great Britain had taken fore.
most place in the news conoornlng the
,ta ....a
it was not known that
France had a
Actually begun negotiations
until foi.ual announcement was made
by Secretary Knox last May.
It was the British Government whleh
took the Initiative lti negotiation for
general arbitration, although Franco
was the first to recognize the p ' 'y I
of such an argument.
I T,f ii.iipr.il of the new . i
; tUi ar:
ai: differences Internationally justicia
ble eliall be submitted to The Hague,
unless by special agreement some other
tribunal Is created or selected.
AGREEMENT SUGGESTED BY
TAFT'S SPEECH.
Differences that either country thinks
are not justiciable shall be referred to
a commission of Lnctulry. oompoisd of
nationals of the two Oovsrnmsnts, em I
powered to make r nrnendatloni f r
their settlnnicnt. Should the c-onniin-
slon decide that the dispute should be j
arbitrated, such duciajon will be bind
ing. Hi fore arbitration Is resorted to, ev.:.
10 i-a.-cs where both countries ag.eg
i that the difference Is susceptible of i
arbitration) the commission of Inquiry I
shall Investigate the dispute with a
view of i ecomu. ending a settlement
without arbitration.
The commission, at reOBOSfl of either
(jovei nment, w ill delay Its lludlnga one
year to give an uppoi tunlty fur dlplo
mstlc settlement.
The gsnatS will ratify the terms of
a it.iiilsslon of each dispute to arbitra
tion.
Tns conventions grew directly out of'
I'rc'.l.b-iit Taft's speecu In Washington 1
1 Pec. is last before tns American
olsty for ths Judicial stUemeat of
Intetiiatlondl Disputes, in which he
said:
"If now we can negotiate and put
through a positive agreement with
isms great nation to abide the adjudi
cation of an international arbitral court
In every Issue which cannot be gottltd
by negotiation, no matter what It 'u-
(ConUoued on Ueoond Page.)
Girl Who Drowned Sell Over Broken
Love Affair; Artist Who Jilted Her
11
SUICIDE JUMPS
FROM FAST TRAIN
Brothcr-in-I.aw of hirnici
Mayor of Momclair Chooses
Odd Means of Death
Mm 17 It. sirio if fi 'i Wen ot.r
huadml :i i Twpmy-.ixi : ptrMli
brother-lit-1 ait nf former Myoi HtviTyj
HatlOftbs k
f Mout'-Inii . V J . (ru-
I itiHttd iukltfa ttiif afternoon by lump-'
i infc from iv:n i vni.i ralroft4
pi s'HA im. i nt Smit .i Kl,y.a.'i 'i. He fell I
i in lor i Up w Jioeln o," hr t ra in anl nt
' instaiilly klll"t.
j Thrrn uor tWO it'tf In t'i tlllold'sl
: riot li Inn. 'n ;irkpi thai rill w Ifo j
I notllltxl anil the othtr ttiai trard nf hit
OMth b MtH iti" itlr, Mi, n.tiifi-,
bWk. ui Mn: lalr.
I The H.illrtilir" Km arc ntw t (M j
For.je, . N. V., whet' tliry have aj
country homo Mr. 1 1 ;tll-n lt I; n m .
inombor if th prtutlni uom -i n. '
w rilioop, 1 1 :i iicnitt' ix, 'i n nr ford 1 'w-i I
rlth ofllcM at o, 4M Ptwl itrtot
SC0REST0-DAY
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
AT CHICAGO
BKUOKLVN
0 0 I
CHICAGO
U 1 0
Batteries Kite
and Ft "in. Richie
and AfOhsl
AT ST LOUIS.
BOSTON
0
ST. LOI I
0 0 0
Batteries W
and Bn mails n
n.i eiiing Harmon
AT CINCINNATI.
PHILADI LPHIA
0 0 0
CINCINNAII-
i. i) 0
Batteries Chelnu ' and Uoran; Imltl
and ' lark
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
AT NEW YORK.
CLEVELANU
i 0 0
HIOHLANDtF
3 0 I
Batteries -Kali r and ainltbj
and Sw eene; .
AT BOSTON.
DtTHOir
0 ; 0 2 0 0 0 IJ
BOi TUN
Vaae-han
t- 0 2 0 (1 0
It 1 tfHM T 'oiiova n
Huh an I (an .Kan
0
I ll.lge
Col-
GIANTS' GAME OFF.
PITTBBl'RCI
Aim 3 Itsiri li
to-
day prevented t-h
from playing ike
series.
Hants and P Its
second game or th
Si nday World Wants Work
Monday Mornifrg Wondert.
UNDER CAR WHEELS
Si r i
last
KATHERINE DREIER
TO BE BRIDE OF
Romance Intrudes Upon Brook
lyn Girl's Study of Art
in Europe.
An
ennui was mads
to-,Jay of
Kil llerltie
ths sngogsmsnt of mi-.
lueier. or the so .g)) promli
it Drelei
r
family of h kin. to gjdward Trum
bull, me noted artist Mi Drater, wiu
oi, boon In Wnglnfrd tialnnng for tlie
past two years, Is now on her way to
I Iilyn uti the same ve.ael with her
I fiance The man lagewlll prObaMy take
jlda.e In the near future at tlie Dteier
home, No ft Montague Terrace.
i Tha engagement announcement was
I Djrflrmed by Miss Mary Dreler. slater
I of Kat n-r tie She Is pre blent of the
I Women's Trsdea I'nion League of Man
laitan. Her sister snd Mi Trumbul .
slo- . ild, nil t aiiroad
There art Hire Ineler g.ils who In
herited a gir.it lortuni from tne'r
fMhsr, s Brooklyn ii nanufacturer.
Margaroi treler was married to rtay-
mood Hobbllis, .o. I iloglsl of I'hb ago,
where Isith are pioiii ie'ii In settlemeul
work among the pool Katherlns Dreleri
while Inleresled ,n so al betterment
work, iias not engaged In It with ths
srsthuslaam HaM has marked the work
of her ster Hhe has dSVOtOd herself
to the study of art,
MANAGER JEFF BERNSTEIN
STRICKEN IN BALTIMORE.
i 1 hejtric.tl M.I 11 W(10 M.I.I . Hi-
Home in rhli City Mm(s suJ
den Death.
IIAI.TI Mi rtl:. Aug. 3. -Jeff llernsteln,
who was th husband f Verona J.r-
I e l.iniOOS -l.lll.- Ilel, lie, ,(l.. llt.,,.
suddenly to-day. Bernstein, w gi ,,,
abOUl tort! -eg d yesr of age, tia.j nu,,,.
4ee,i i .e .Siiubert A u 1 1 1 1 'i 1 ii :n Theatre in
ihll kilty for lie psst two ycari.
in Begat ls petal Poaatala.
Tlie off. e nf Borough President Mil
ler of the Brong t..- lav nske.1 the Hoard
ol Batlmite p. appropriate to tnakn
repairs to the l.orelel 1'outitaln at One
Hundred and Biaty.lirst strci and rinwd
Houleai.l and CgHCOUraS Hie Hronx.
The fountain la of loot, re It was dam
aged by mischievous boys. The beard
Vwied ... aoae.. i
ARTIST TRUMBULL
PRICE
GIRL DIES IN HUDSON
WHEN ENGAGEMENT
IS BROKEN BY ARTIST
River Mystery Cleared Up by
Mother of Annie Eiben, Who
TelU of Letter From Fiance
That He Won t Wed.
"YOU'LL HAVE TO FIND
ANOTHER MAN,' HE SAID.
Shopgirl Carried Torn Bits of Note
When She Jumped to Death ,
at Irvington.
The mystery In the fUgCOYffy of the body of a pretty girl In t H Hudson
Hlver nt Irvington yestctdiiy s cleared tn.lav when Mis. Mary Klben ot
No. 331 Eagi imrUeUi blicct, this clly. IdSBtUM thu NOstini as those of ber
twenty tno-year-old daughter Annls. The girl. It Is belluveii. drowned hsr
self Tuesday evening at lrvlngtoii. Bbs had been jlltwl by William
tlroitbtUpU the son ol a hatler, In business at Forty-second street auj Thir.l
avenue, gcoordln to Iter mother unl slslcr.
Kragments ul' u letter found knmtod in llie girl's hundkerchler were ldon
ttfled by her mollier us the remounts of a COmmunlOftUoa trout BrtlUUHifl
breal.liig "It the engasetnent that hud cxintcd between him and Ml:;. Kibcn
3hc tore uji the letter when she first received It and altet ward gathered uu
whut fragment she could and preserved tl em.
BUSY HERO SAVES
TWO FROM RIVER
Bath Beach Youth Hauli Oul
Buy and Man at Hod: of
Maiden l ane.
Pnnk Lyaa. iwewty.thres years old.
of No. .'.', Ilav Sixteenth street. Hath
Ilea. n. Brooklyn, to-day saved two men
from drowning in tks 1-Jast Ituer wltnln
an hour I.yna, who Is a driver for the
PUltOn Trucking Company of Fulton
Market, was waiting for a load of Ilia,
when lie aaw Paul Pomenclo, sixteen
vests old. of No.
street, fall from i
111 Baal Sixteenth
end of a w hal f
it Iks foot or Ma den laine, He ran
... me aiei and d i..i overboard aftei
tin. boy,
ii.. bud eonsldsratole difficulty to
roaok tba skore, a; lbs bop caatkiually
ud in alas klrfl around the neck He
rtns succeeded In res rilng Bis and
of the pic . uh.ie Dotnenclo was pulled
This was at 10.1.. o'clock.
At 11 o'clock I.yna started to go for
n Ion neon, srhon OS saw a salior
aateeg at Iks lOOl ..f Maideu I.ane.
w en lie was al... ii twenty. five, feet
away the eadoi rolled over in his sleep
and f' l! Into Ibj a atet Lyna ran tg the
poi ODly to see Ihe man floating i.e.:
awayi so again to. iie.i overboard, tins
time making a long aVlm before lie
finally got ids eavadsi on th. man.
Tha sailor was Jolm Wesom. forly
two years old, of No. f South street
The t wo liajPtruggled hi the w ate. , and
lime aftpeitne land fought away only
to hjy .eised again. The man hnallv
i.e. .olie exhaust. . I with his eforta and
I,. vua towed him ashore, where tltev
wen. picked out of ike water b PgdrOl
gVan John M. Allen of the DM M ,i
atgdkvn.
GERMAN EMPRESS
SUFFERS HEART ATTACK.
Hut Attendlrtf, Doctors Declare Her
illness rial noi i .ik?n a
Severe Turn.
WII.lir.I.MSIIiilii:, Prussia, Aug. I -i
i. v Augnate lOksftg Is ill with an
at'aokkf heart trouble. It is stated,
however, that Uie antaok is not severe.
WITHIN AN HOUR
ONE OENT.
The Identification of the dead girl
brought about by the publication la The
World to-oay of her photograph and an
I aoourats description of iuy sppearan...
and clothing. Mrs. Klben saw the ph.
lorapii and thu account of the finding
or tin. i,.j.
Hi., dead
had bOSg
f cilie knew in her heart tha'
girl waa her daughter, in,
missing since Tw sday morn-
I lug.
j Mrs. Bluest telephoned to her hruther
i In-law. tleurgu llartli, wliu lues at Em.
IgreeOi L 1. Ha came to MOW York,
ju.ni-d Mrs. Klben and they caugbt lbs
j iii At irain to Torrytowa.
MOTHER INSTANTLY IDENTIFIES
GIRL'S CODY.
An liven. ik World reporter met tUe.n
at 'he Station, put I hem In an auto
mobile and took in. ii to Vauderullt I
Morgue Mrs Klben was s.own the
g inn, k It t and itOOgiagS that l ad been
found on lbs b i. Ms eeoogntaed them
at ones and broke down (or a tlmr
Then, OOOSpoalng Jo-iseli, saw was shown
IkS body of her daughter.
Tkars Is no douui in Mra Uiben'i
mind that her daughter killed hsieo'.f
ICvldcnca has been gathered to sbow
that the girl went to Irving. on on a
train Tuesday afternoon, walked up to
a small dock urf Lie Itussell iiopklm
i estate and ihiev hersulf into the river.
, Tub body bud been In the water about
- seventeen hours when It was seen
Boating bj the anglaaor .f a passing
train woo ooUltad the station agent at
I IrvuteTtoa.
"My daugktar." said Mrs. uiben. "kad
been keeping company with William
Hr.nii.iopt, ii, i an artist, for some
'Ime- She worked In Stein brothers'
stors.
; Jul ls sh saw Urellhaupt. He
' tu'a her he was going away the nest
,, J' "' bis vacation tu Su livan County
' nl w.nti.i .all on her befote ue started.
I and would
i lie did n 't call, but the morning of
i a .v no daughter got a letter from
I luui.
Ill ild ha had been thinking things
o.i and saw no thane. t tor him to
make muck money as an artist. Me
could id s.-ii his pictures, n. .ltd aot
oe ...u l, hs ougac to get mar
ried, and called the mat- b. off.
.My dUUghtei wad stunned for a
li Then Ska got mad and tore up
tha letter and icstlered the piece
around. bales on she gathered up
What picis a shu could Uml. one of
theni --I the postmark of the envelope
on ll. si. owing the letter was mailed
July l.i at 11 P. M. at Mutton 11.
"Annie's iieort was broksa but gbe
tried t" hide ber grief from me an.i
ber talker, she even wont so far as
to arrange to go on a vmoaUost in me
DO Unify with sumo girls from tlie store.
T . were to have Started last Monday
morning.
BOUGHT THINGS SHE WANTED
FOR VACATION TRIP,
"WhetheiV the other girls went or
not, I don'f know, but Annie told roe
Sunday that the trtp kad

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