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J JjCtrcaUUoaBookaOpetttoAtt. CdJoO j Circuit km Book, Open to I L-, J 1
PRICE ONE CENT.
SOUND STEAMER AGROUND,
MILES FROM HER COURSE,
IN BRIGHT CLEAR NIGHT
Officers and Passengers of
Craft Rescuing People of Mid
dletown Deny Fog Story.
OFFICIALS WON'T TALK.
Many Had Taken Water Route
on Account of Recent Wreck
When the 260 paseengers ot the
stranded Bound MNDff Middletown
and Ntnr Haven Una It weaJearneo
that lneteed of hATlas run aground
ef Norwalk harbor In a dene tog.
at reported early thta morning, the
Middletown had struck the shoals
fully two ml lea out of bar eourat
and In cahn. clear weather, with the
light from all the neighboring shoali
and polnu shining brightly aa tar aa
the? eye could carry.
even the otneers 01 mm r ""
JSL, from Capt. Joswh L. Han- W and Th. Lars" to appear In
court down, whtls loath to crltlclss ; ths Pollcs Court next Monday morning
fallow seamen and pilots, frankly ad- j at 10 o'olork and dhow cause why the ;
mltted that they could not understand two play, ahould not be euppresied as
how the Middletown got so far out of j publlo nuisances. "The Fight" Is run
her eouree under eueh weather eondt- j nlng at the Hudson Theatre In Weil
,long- t Fourteenth street, and "The Lure" at .
The Middletown struck oa ons ot Maxlns Elliott's Theatre In Weet
the outlying Islande off the harbor of Thirty-ninth street.
Norwalk." said Capt Hancourt. "Baa j Police Commissioner Waldo asked for i
wae lying on the gravel beach between j warrants for the arreat of tho man-1
m ....... .. n ,1 I lr..n' ft l'otnt ...F. nf th. nl.ua n S tk.. mI-.Ik.i
Bran the offlcere of the rescuing
Pecs e i-rogo e
CRAFT WAS TWO MILEE OFF
i apt. Hencourt wee at are disin
clined to anewer the question aa to ho
tar off r court the Middletowa wae
when ehe etruck the ehosls.
Well, ehe muit have been a eeuple
of mllee out of the way." he said re
luctaatly. "We etruok aa unltghted
island, and other ihlpe have been caught
there too. I don't know how the got
o far out but you must understand
that the ellghteet mletake in eettlng a
course from a new point of departure
means a wide mistake in a few miles."
At the offices of the Hartford line,
ownere of the Middletown. Oensral Man
ager Noble declined to discuss the guee
tkn of responsibility f tn ac:lden: n
tll be had a full report from CupL Hill
of tho stranded steamer.
"Capt. Hill is an old and It led com
mander," he euld. "We understand iho
weather was extremely thiols whon tlie
Almost without saeeptlon the pae
eengere of the Middletown questioned
oy newspaper men doalared that when
they went on deck a few minutes after
the ehlp struck they found the night
Wear and the lights of Peak's Ledge.
Oreen Ledge end other anore distant
points ehlnlng brightly
There vl a wild scramble when ths
i-e4B.il hit llle reel. Kue ......
i,..hi.r thud that spilled a number
,i, passengers from their berths and
awakened many others. These lost no
time in Jumping into some clothing and
making tor the deck. Those wno sie.n
through the Ptiocn oi we iivuuhwi
were aroused by stewards pounding on
. . . Ajmr
ilielr stateroom doorK
WOMEN FAINT AND CHILDREN
WAIL WHEN CRAFT STRIKES.
"Everybody up and put on your
clothes and llfs preservers," waa the
Women scrsamed and ths walling- of
the scores of frightened children added
panic to th.- scene.
Men. women :md children strapped on
.. . nr. mHsrvm and slowd about In
the g"oni a'hlla jmVers scurried among
thsm ana assureu .
i.o dangar. sty sovsn eenpes ms e
0 from " ' lUg. liven after find-
I gamssivea saivii swsrs rvevv1
Itsamar a number of the paesen-
lwwad aa Hmui n j
i,o dangar. v tSVen O OlOOH the Uf . statl thai he would Unuu the luin-l
touts were lOMrarsd and the pjnengers monses asked for by the poliie.. Mr.
trantfarred to tna tug aaartan. ot start i fhubsrl went haek uptown s a per-
ford. which had i,tood by "ince .lawn, i Ulri,ed state of mind.
K By aalaa-thlrty the steamai Bridge- ; "fhe Lor..-" a advertised In last
m , D .'.I n.'.a ici i.n.isepjrt .i s..nduy I paper? as l he play tha: Alii
'Sine ilone in and took the pas- leform the world."
TO STOP THE TWO
'RED LIGHT' PLAYS
Magistrate McAdoo Issues Sum
monses and Will Co to
See' Dramas Himself.
WALDO WANTS ARRESTS
Planned to Close Indecent
Dramas at Once as Pub
Chief Magistrals McAdoo Issued sum
Stages this afternoon commanding the.
managers of the red light dramaa "The
- , . .i.i
Performers. Magistrate MuAdoo said
he iliought iMmminill would sufflct.
Tihla u ft., h. ha. i v. i.'.i v..
ths representatives of the Henry B.
Harris Estate, which u managing "The
Fight," and of Les and J. J. ghubert,
ths managers of "Ttis Lure." These
representatlvee pleaded that the pre
sentation on the stage of eeenes In a
brothel teach a grtat moral lesson,
slsvate the drama and pulfy youth.
POLICE REPORTS ',AID PLAYS
Chief Magistrate McAdoo, during his
term as Police Commissioner a few
years ago, oloeed "Mrs. Warren'i Pro
fession." a play by Ueorge llernard
Shaw, which was quite Inocuoue as
wmimiw wun me i.ure ana I he
Fight." To-dsy's summonses were !e-
I sued on evidenre suhmltted to Musis- 1
trate McAdoo by Deputy 'omiulssluner
N'ewberger and Chief Inspector SvhmHt- i
berger end on the strength of numer
oue complaints that have reached Com- I
As Dsputy Commissioner Newburger i
waa leaving the office of Magistrate
MoAdoo. at No. 3uu Mulberry etreet
after arranging for the warrants, a
taxlcab drew up at the curb and re
vealed Leu tihubcrt and Hunlnmln M:.l
Ion, fonnetiy a policeman, now an em
j ployee of the EhUbert Interests. Mr.
ouuumi iiiv..K ......
This Is uh.it I ca.l I shame. " hi. said
to Newhurger. All this trouble has
been stirred up by a play called 'The
BSadtS I av-hli'h t.-.i in - rnnrnl laMti
My play teaches a moral lesson. It haa
oven muuiwu o onoai-jiuuniay
Whitman. Judge Warren W. l'oster of
I th I'l. lit .f fWltAPAl K SS lull A.
lice Commitist'jner lilnghum, ilellu
Israels, who hus don so much for the
uplift of womin, aul and many others.
"I want Chief Magiltratg .'.! vVdoo to
come up and see our play. If he says
It is Indecent I'll close It."
MAGISTRATE SAYS HE WILL SEE
THE PLAY HIMSELF.
Commlstloner Ka"burgtf took Mr.
Shuhtrl la to see staglgirata sleAdaa
Tlin M:iu!utrale i. iflili.il Mi Sh.ilirt'a
invitation to attana ra isun
"PrOOl What Mr. NsWbttfgOr s-.d
esvvivi sniniiiittiiwrass nava rsportso IS
me." said COmtnlWlanil Waldo, "ihtss
TCoTUauea SB fasoaa Pag)
WILL DRAG RIVER
OF GIRL CUT IN HALF
House and Canal Boats Or
dered Searched for Clue to
BODY WASHED ASHORE
Pli,c!.'! iiK A m-,, Th ir Mnr.lr 1
Victim Was Probably Not
Out of Teens.
a ' . rai aeareh or the naei of iiouse-
M,ats nnd .anal boats Which are at
anohOf Ju t above the Sliadvsl.le wharfs
inder t'ie PaVsades shove Il okenihas
esn ordered by Chief of Poll, e Marcy
of North llei gen, In the hpe that he
may discover a glue to the Identity of
MM young srlr! part of WhOSS body was
found half burled In aand on ths brink
of the Hudson arross from Urant'a
Tom'j yssterdsy afternoon.
Ths Chief le esitlsfled IhM Ihs frag
ment of the body came from the river.
Late this afternoon he found Mary
Baker, eighteen years old. and her little
brother Albert, who live near tho place
where the bundled up body was found.
They Identified the wrappings of th.
ghastly pscksge aa those of a bundle
they had eeen In the water at high tide
yosterdey bobbing on the wavee a hun
dred feet or more from thorn. They
had tried to wade out to reach It. but
WILL DRAG THE RIVER AT LOW
At low tide to inorrOW, the police will
drag the edge of th.' river as fur out as
they can do s. gtMOsasluUy to find, 1
they can. the amis, legs and hesd of
the slain girl.
A preliminary visit to the house and
canal boat colony showed noth.ng this
afternoon except that there are six or
ssven boats which have been locked up.
If the owners or occupants are not on
these spparently abandoned boats to
morrow they will bs entered and
searched by force.
County Physician King, who viewed
the tio.lv this afternoon, agreed Kith
the ipollce that the body was that of a
young girl which had been dlsmensbered
by persons who had little or no knowl
edge of human anatomy. Theie was no
indication as to the manner in whl.-b
the girl met her death.
The body was found by boys, half
burled In the sand, yesterday afternoon.
The outer covering of the body was
coaree builap bagging. Under this wai
a pillow case of the cuarsest rotton. Hut
packed In wltii tho pillow cases was a
nightdress of the lllinslest linen, trlmmel
with lac which Is either real or an ex
cejienl Imitation of real lace
IS SURE BODY IS THAT OF
Dr T. M. Graham, veterinary of the
danenal Chemical Works, who euperln
tended the transfer of the body, from
the spot where the body eras fouii)I to
ths morgue, said that It was almost
certainly the body of a young girl.
Though It was later reported that there
was a stall wound on the left breast.
Ir. Graham observed none. The cut
ting off of the head and arms and the
legs. Df Graham said, had bean done
roughly with the aid of a knife or a
saw. Tnere was uoUiln: to suggest
that the person or persone who d d the
work knew anything of human
The boys saw the elo;h-eovere.l ham
mock, with a bit lit white sheeting stick
ing from It. it looked as though t ie heavy
rains hiul washed some of the sand
away from in I UIOUI. W Or King at un
bundle curiously, the boys discovered
that It contained P-.it of a human body
and ran with tin- news to Policeman
John Klannerv. With his chief, Leon
ard Marcy, Klannery went to the spot
They found no footprints.
But this did not satisfy the Chief that
the body had been lauded at the sp it In
a launch. RAln WOUld have eiuseU foot
steps from the rands
BODY BUHIED PENDING CORO
Chief Marcy ut once set a nunib-r of
men searching the swampi up and down
the river and nolltled t'oionor's Phy
sician ileorg W. King lo go to Volk'l
to gaanilna tue gliaatly find. On its ar
' iivui at 'he morgue the body waa fount
to be In 1UCS condition that It -as
1 ntoeiigry to bury in let pending m
ai rlca! of the Coroner,
i CMef Marcy, n hlle nailing for the ap-
Btaminte of Dr. king, from whom notu-
FOR MISSING PARTS
Travers Wins Golf Title Again,
Outclassing Anderson in Final
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Batteries MoHalt and Sweeney: ('aehlon, Kngle, Rmlth and Henry.
Ing was heart! aft.-r he wa first nutlrtel
op to a late hour this afternoon, sail
he wus sutistled the bo4y wus that of
a woman killed n the river or on tna
New Vi.rk aide and hru iRot to las auut
where It was found In a ho.it If Indeed
I hail not iieeu fsaanad aabjOfS from tue
Hudson iurliia the ro cut stornn.
The police are Inrllii'd lo connect tho
Undine; of the fravt-xnt of the hody
with the report of 1'. R. Hhsrpe, i
wealthy resident of lloh.iken, who waa
passing near the spot lust Wednesday
at I'ark arenue and the lioulevard loop.
Mr hharpe, who was aicompanled oy
ns wife, reuorted thut ho had heard
0 rsami In the snanip an l nad stopced
SUSPICIOUS LOOKING MAN
While the screaming Wis still going
on a man with frlKhtenetl eyes and a
pals face alipped out of the bushes, and,
Seeing the aulo:nollle, crossed the road
nid ran away. The screams. Mr. shaipe
thought, were those of a winian who
was crying: "Oh. don't do mat f'or
timi's sake, uon'i:"
The autOtnobllUt hurried on ur.tll ..e
. . . . , a nnticeinan. whu ranked l . . :jr.
the woods fur some time without nndlng
Ottt what was the matter.
Thursday afti-rnoon two girls and a
hnv reuorted that men had Isjajird at
ti.em In te woooa sou nw tried to
iteparate the glrla from their compan
ion. They had been f ritihtened off.
' None of the young people would give
j their names aud the pol :. droppsd the
; polloeroan Flaanarr reported thres
nlirhts ag" 'hut a small motor')oat was
Banging OB the spot mr .in hour or
n-ire and' that no ouo cams out to ths
road from It.
TH VOMJt, TIUVI.l. Bt nEAr.
ARU. ''!"' iw,ertdi Biulilni. tt.i i,f
It ... S. V, ' III. Twwtt ft I iert4 iun u t'l
r it'ti -p, Ptrmuss. Cpusl iuu .-.t.. AeitrlMs
,, lints, Chi t torn for bsnc al
P. 1r ltd eigtt Teuteae sVeeaes
(jit in tu.iNii.Ha
nrls s Nv tors sdSftM si e rssmtBl
srst cab fise etsie la Hi) I'sUtssr Uuimio.
0 0 1 0 0 0 0
3 0 0 0 1 0 0
Batteries Urcnnan, Camnltl, Chal
mere. Uoola and Kllllfor; Perdue and
0 1 0 0 0 0
1 0 2 2 2 0
Dnttcnos OlaycT and Douin, Hess anl
110 0 110 0
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Battrlei Doak end Wingo;
0 0 0 0 3
4 0 0 0 0
t' AMERICAN LEAGUE.
0 0 0 1 0 0 0
0 2 0 2 2 0 3
0 0 0 0 0
Four-Time Champion Runs
Away Hrom Rival in Final
lo.ooo SEE THE FINISH.
Crowds Line Links, Some
Climb Trees and Aviator
Also Looks On.
Jerome Travesa woa the asttosal
asnatenr golf title ehts afternoon for
tho fourth ttms. Ms defeated John Aa
derson la the gaal round by a? sad
4 to play, after betas; all area at the
arst eighteen holes.
At ths end ot ths Stat holss of ths
afternoon toaad Traeere waa S ay on
THE FINAL 18 HOLES. !'
Out f. .1 1 fi 4 : I 4 4-S)
In 4 4 114
Out 4 4 4 6 I 4 4-
la . a 4
eaxexest to Tee Ernies WerM.I
OAiTtlDiTX CITY atflST I.IVKS), VSOL
I. A record breaking gaileiy of IO.QiW
this afternoon saw Jerome U. Travera
of L'pper Mnntclalr become amateur
golf champion of the United stales for
the fourth time, when he defeated John
J. Anderson of Massachusetts, and 1
(Continued on Sixth Page)
CHANCE IVEH LOSE
Highlanders Furnish Poor Ar
ticle of Ball Against Real
v Thing, ggsr
ft. H. PO
Gllhoolay, rf . .
Sweeney, e 0
Plata, p.. .
I 1 24
R. H. PO.
Footer, 3b. ..
Gandil, lb. .
La Porte, 2b
Alnsmltb, c. .
Caghlon, p. .
Uantloy, p. . .
.... 0 II 27 17 2
Aiosta hatitd far Kngle In Kill.
; VMMA1IT ron KtfjiiT DfNIKM
Klrst tlssg M linll fauhlon. 1.
Htriit.lt Out Cushion, 1: Knirts, I,
iTliree-llsse Hit Qldsuri, TWOstltSi
lilt- Oandil. ettohn r...,s F.isler. ?:
Qandli) leiiporta, Double rinv i.a
i.u, MaRilda t.i QapUl Mil 'y
t'.t'-nwF Meitaio, f'rpe. triuiM.iuy ,n-
. plre- Ciiniwilly uml ICuaii AlltudallOs
. - .
P Itoeslat M tbf Itatiss Wsiil '
! WeitHINQTON, Hapi -m-,, 4f Bb,
renco nf ihi'ee itinm Hn no tiitii.t tf an
Injury la h'e arm, gaahlsni Oslfntb'l
inimirnth iiltetiei', , .aaipi. -I IS
(Ceaaaued aa aiaia )afls.)
COURT SCORES JEROME,
WHO FAILS TO ANSWER
CHARGE OF GAMBLING
'Can't Play Poker in Our Streets,"
Judge Declares, and Promises to
"Persecute" to the Full Ex
tent of the Law.
THAW GUARANTEED BAIL
THAT FREED HIS PURSUER
Expected to Lose His $500 by Prose
cutor's Flight, but Bond 4$
Is Not Forfeited.
(pedal flags a I
COATICOUK, Quebec, Sept. 6. Harry Thaw baiied out Wffllani
Travers Jerome. When he heard of the arrest yesterday for jambUnj of
the Special Deputy Attorney General, who is trying to jet him bock to
Matteawan, Thaw sent for Andrew Rousseau, a loal hotel man, who has
been sending Thaw his meals. I nnfrn
REULBACH IN BOX
Ex-Cub Twirler, Regular Old
Time Puzzle, Gave Them
R. H. PO.
Snodsrata, cf. .
Fletcher, ei. . .
Murray, rf. , . ,
McCormlck. . .
Totala 0 27 10 I
MoCormlck ba.ted for Mathewaon la 9th
rt r BROOKLYN.
R. H. PO.
Cutslu v. 2b 0
Drub:. i, lb
Ruelbacb, p. . ..
Pirel Pnse on itiais--o,i Matiyi li eR
Waelaatii. 1 ltrub our by Many, ; iy
iitieiha it, i Three Paat Mll0uigeVeW
Two'llas.i Hit -.'o): an P . -1 an Ral
neaatMfi Doilali PlsyeOo i to
Merbla, .. PU'usf, CuUhaw n Dauberti
nit py pibili ' Mej. i. U mSlnsBeaoa
aul 1m..iiau. AUendottft-Pi 'fl.
ItreSltl .. Vst Pxn.ks Wl! 1 :
tOesU OttOUNDKi Mi V.. betti C
The u.antii .iii.i iht Breablyg InratiM
aptntd up laid on-' no ii itrprt a erpwd
: IJ, '. nid Mair MtlWIH was en
lib mwind ;r i.i QVallH aM wae n
POISd iltf liOelilHH.l, tile SgsOUtii
piHar IRHIRQ Pleobs ibpep
Ainiuii. i, well! iot uu a
PE saEeE wNsfdi)
I PRICE, ONE 01 NT.
"Tou ge Jerome's hall. Jar. lis as
seau." said Thaw, "aad I will bo rear
surety, ri bs responsible far It"
When Jerome failed to appear at Ma
neinnjf thia morning Thaw
to one of his lasatgraUa
"Weil, I suppose I'm oat
There eras ao forfeltlag at ball, bow
tTtr, as Justles ot the Peaoe J asses sic
Kse, net knowing that Thaw waa be
hind Rousseau's bead, deals red: Tagat
felt his ban would only hart oas at oar
clUseae. I wont do It
Hector Verret and Jacob ItleoB. sawa.
set ror Jerome, mr on head
opened, ana rift I fined
eouid not he present.
u. m:ed a delay unU SeaC U.
wae a crowd of fifty or atstp sa the
court room, aad ail ihTleasji vara
disappointed by Ihs son-sap
jergme. The small. dtaaT
crowned by this small
nte ths aaM.
JUSTICE OKNOUNCM JMOMI
Jostles McKee. a gray hearaed saaa,
with flr In his eye, took his eeat at
one elde nf . amall table, ea the ethe
sid of which sat Messrs. Micell aad
Verret. A. C. Hanson. Joint Cmta
I'lose. uiot, announs
need that ha war
rrtdv to go on.
Wilford Aldrlten. the eompUlnaM
against Jerome, was present to teetiff
Jerome'e ahsenre clearly angered the
Judge. He banged the table with his
fist and shouted:
"1 11 grant this adjournment, bat I
wsr.t to siy that I don't believe in these
delays. Ths man Jerome may this It
We're a suourh, and that hs eaa plsy
his little gamps of poker In nur streets
hUl we'll Ihew him ihst he can't. Ht'll
le 'persecuted' lo the full atlttal of the
The seewd rheere.i and etemped its
feet, end Judiae McKee basked IB Its
Jerome was Interviewed at Norton
0 Mills. Vt., Ibig morning by telephone,
n I if said he did not know what he should
du, as he waa nut esrtain n-litther or
not his presence was needed In Men-
Irsalt He had arranged to be rears-
tented by counsel, mil was uot weriied
noout bii hearinsj bei
DONT KNOW WHAT TO
WITH THAW TlaU IEPT. H.V
The nest mov in Hie Vhtw rase la ss I
unteru.n i9w as at any iliue ta he
fa must kt Mkeh n Ntntrsal ea ia
in. rtthj n( let I, i but mtallllSUJ i
bedsit ha is ben re 'aitS'l fu.-tt Ite
linmtgi'aileH Uuradu at Ottawa, sni
lilt Ibjpt 'ten in chares of bint ds ne
Hit IK WiiatHtf he Wul St I'efti
tin ti i the libit o hit lMsafthl In
run I or will he trsnf i i ed tlsswaPPb
fllty b tuid libl lit se t MeHlfeAjs
U, Rlaht iiMJrit)ii. trtdirmea ui wi
tmmtaraiion -ar-i pptrsj i-aaaMe
Tnaw tats, weaj e aiaairea u.
n . i: oh ... epu.'is; i. . en.. it uiSug.ii
aerM, s iJrenn.eiiis and N, K, Lailaiuiue
. or i iiae. euonsi iiei t Wia ins; Wfils
'hi.-h Uaiisdvrnaw's depeetati
U Mr. tteweejfca wepadad bisM
fy'ii...h haltsdaTnew't dtps
i Mr, iteVeWgU mVtUH i
I ea - i m mi ns