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THE SUN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
LESS EASY NOW TO KILL
ONE'S SELFWITH GAS
I u ictitn in Daiifrcr of Foil
ing Into Hio rintclit's of
the Pul motor.
MNV OK Til KM A HE IX I'SK
( oiisolidntpil f!as Co. Has Device
,nnl They Arc Free for the
I'sc of Siiracoiis.
mol nny quiet afternoon or nlp;lit now
li.me illwnlirnRinl citizen in Rolng to lilt
j,:ni' nr to Rotnn select family hotel, ro
it a Imilrootn, locks th door, Rhut the)
ivuilnu's, ntilfT thn luiyholo and window
rr.irk with paper, partly undrew,
luiavlf nrcordlnR to nilo, turn on the
c.is and throw hlmpclf across tho hetl
villi the Idea that ns Boon an tho clinmber
m.nd Kinells Ras procecdinK from his
r .mi police bulletins will ro out con
rhuiiiiK. "hody taken to tho morfiuo;
i,,r .ivr notified."
instead of all that, several hours later,
it i i ,iserly has n Rood noso, that same
tii uirnKcd citizen Is going to cotno back
fr m oblivion with tho dim Idea that It
1- ail over and that his ticket called for a
.hutu instead of golden stairs. Very
ilimlv he will re.ilizo that he is stretched
nn r. cully, hi arms clanied at his sides,
0 i w: lump under his chest and his head
Inn. d"wn hill.
1'iere will ho something on his face
wu. h feeh llko tho cap the dentist affixes
v (en lie is administering gas. His head
v , ' 'ie bound up in straps and there will
l. .) ip u crown on the top. I'rom nearby
. will comn a hteudy, monotonous
1 king, find with every click ho will feel
I h nitigs Happing inside him like a family
u'.Oi on a March day. Ills diaphragm
v.-ui 1m very painful, there will bo a weight
en i n Adam's applo ami It will seem as
if Ins tongue has cast looso from its moor-
Hint citizen will not bo dead; he will
ontv he in tho clutches of tho pulmotor,
viitoh i. perhaps tho greatest dlscour
n :r in self destnu'tinn by gas there is.
P will h forcing him to save himself
I v '.-iking oxygen into his lungs with every
; ivnliintary action of his respiratory
iru-l"s and it will bo throwing in tho
I .in for good measure.
lh piilinntor is the invention of a man
f'om rmsburg, whoie they think more
. i nut pure air than almost any other
1 l.vo It Ii.tv been usrd in many other
uiies fn' Mvernl years, but now it has
l'ii ui'-i.-.lled in New York. Tho ConsolU
( ,i id drii Coiil nny has equipped each
. its tii emelgency nUtntilolnloK ill the
i"v with, one, and these aro to go around
1H Where they are needed
Tli" company, however, has decided
I..i to Keep no inaciiines to itn-ii. so .iK F,,t bv the Kraduatesehi.ol ,in which
.TarvVn Hignivl.and of the- sWv.ech
t'M'is, announced that the piiltnotors nr" m'w students, seven more phnrmics
.1 the company .ire available for anv have so far enrolled in tho plinrimicv
i -I'i'al or private surgeon at any hour ; department than the I1I5I1 mark ln-t voar.
. rt'ie ,;,v or night for anv case of asphyx- nn1 tll fresmian ,.. j-ompod nf fort v
i.iii'.n. lite pulmotor does not operate t ....... .i.fi.
. v nulv.-lv mi discourageii citizens w)io m,m' '""nl"' thirteen more than
li.iv.' (Imh,.ii the ga route; it will work ' that of lull, rhe total for thodepartnient
inn 115 riir-oriuiiy on n pi-ri-on ni-ur ilo.itli
i v 'iniwn nc. on a
;. on a norsnn v..mitm .y
-nn KtniiiRlpd wli.-ro tlnTH am
i 'ir fiiin.'R of
. "Ti a iiorwnn
l lil-lnrprt or frnotliri'H. It U a iiiim'Iiiiii.
nil ii'Mliod of artificial rivpiration with 1
Si.' to bo imtdono tho N'ow York Kdiwin i
I'lnianv has I'MnlilMi'vl n tin motor
Trri. nt tho I'livtrirnl ixpoitlon and
nu'"t'"lno how at (Irnnd Ci'ntral l'alnr.
t mi. iiioiil with a inochini and n crow
mr known how to uki it ha li oon l-lit
i n ciu'v niitMdi? tlin door, l'.ver- hoKtiital,
t'i. K.in. nnd flro dopartmontu navo
'' n notifliKl to mil thfinat any hour, nnd
! t tiim ptirpoho n npocial tophoni,
i.i. ai trrnv inn. nns noon lntnll(.
Hi" ('hienpeo fia Company and thf)
ii. ."d tins improvrmpnt (ompany of
l''.i.i'.lpliia Jino boon usInR tlio ptil.
r f.r about oix niontlis. and then
tu v crown havo reported some
mierf til canoH, Tlmv wav thev havo
. . r,.o,ir. of rovivitiK a man oixminuton
i.i'it 1 i Jirart stopped. The crown theni
i oh io not iiho tho pnlmotors but carry
i,.. m unli tlieni wherever called and turn
t ."in over to the flrnt HiirReon to appear.
I'll- i '' iiKiliil.ited (ias Company In doing
' H.1U1I. tliuiK, nnd now tlu crown at
II.-'t mid Khnibeth ntreetn, Went Sixty-i-.vli
Ptr.'.'t. tilth ntrpet and WestdSnth
havo thn little machine) all ready
l"r a rail 'I'hey know enouRh about
Hi" .irr.ingi.niPiit'to explain ita usn to a
1 1.' Kieinn. but the otTieinls of th comiwuiy
crefiT Hini tho actual work of adininln
I'Tiiii; ho done by a man who has wider
'"l ' "-(I Knowledge.
' "ant it to bo understood that
" "w tulinotors nio for the free use of
i' i v i- .rRcoii in cases ho will treat," said
' mpw.n yestetday. "If they will
i fv i lie ncarcit station the men have
- nk th machine around ready
t i ... di tln iiipuhnvn riot yet applied
' "i' i nn. in art u.'tl practice, the reiKirt
' 'i. '.ii.er (iiiph dIhiw thai it (Ioch woii-
t I ll II'KS "
ip p , (motor comes in n !xx alout
' fy iM I.i". long by twenty inches wide,
I' " i -ii i ( a tube to which the cap
vi T'. i over the mouth and nose is
ii''u. t,.y, and this tube leads to on auto
limii' s ipplv ehei'k which in turn is coti-i.-u
ttnh h unall oxygen tank.
I pre nr certain dirict ions about laying
Hi' i- lv Hat on its back, depressinK thn
I "a.l polling out tho lonRuo to itisuio
t'". i KiKii i f air; but then after the cap
I " if then" is tho least convulsivo
iii' i-i 'nii.i in tho diunliroKm, tho marhlno
H'r it u.f. ..xygt-n down into the Iuiirh
a i'i linn H ally.
I dp s ipply depends entirely on the
fiTp'-KUi .f tho respiration, so that thero
mvpr lio an ovorsupply. If thero
i- in. i.rpathing, the operator can work
if 'Iiku by hand, thus starting an in
' ..Mary movement where there Is tho
l".t hparknf life. As the patient recover
i-'"'!!4i nnd breathes more deeply, he
pMh ,i Inrt'er supply of the air until he is
I'i.. i i i,i normally and is consolous.
It-" latest rejiort of resuscitation Is
' ' I' uilelphia case of a truckman
i ilf- pMsl a carlxjy containing nitric
i" l I he fumes have always been sup
I' "d to be fatal, serious illness develoh
i'K after two hours and doath coming In
f'oiri f-.iir to six hours. Tho man inhaled
"p f times nnd was taken ill. He was
ii' a h'.hpitnl and, the ordinary methods
J" K. iho pulmotor wob applied after
ti .iirh. 1'ho man was out of danger
tli" I1..J1 morning,
CAME TO SEE "OHAMPENS" PLAY
fcrrnnton Dnya stranded In y
ennc Are Boona lo Sep flame.
Jinn l ca in years or ace, and bli brother
""limn oris year his Junior, were picked
,tp In llnjonne, N. J yeotordny by Patrol
( in Patrick (inllaKhnr. When the young
tcrs ver nrraleneil before Ilecorder Mura
the elder of the pair plred up:
.V' ''""e, mi ranio fiom Scranton to
i . i ''"itnrienn" play nnd we don't want
1.11..." .tnino, ou can send us to
l alteruiiiil If you wnnt to, but we Just
l0.l.5.nen that game."
nn'l"11,. wpH." "nll the Court, "how much
H ?i1"" rhonised the brother, "but w
ton - ",er lhe fe"t0 "k8 we do m Hcran-
ihl'0-.'.5"?11 won,t. Mn ver the fenoo." said
rv0V.rt uraln his magisterial frown.
whVi ?n y" yer; nbout to break Into tears
m2 ,'i,',';or"',r Mara added: "Hut you will
,m r'.I,le wl" mo n my guesta."
tki VlT Mara '.h,,n not Bed their parents
SHOOTS WIFE FOR A BURGLAR. I
Nlie llnil III,.,, Ulllu.iil Annklnic
Her lliisliiiinl (a close U'lniltirr.
(ieorgo H. Van Pelt, a salesman of 303
West tilth street, 'awoke early yesterday
to hear soino one moving about in tho
dining room that leads to tho bedroom.
Ho sat up In bed, and when there was the
nolso or a chair fulling over In tho ad
joining room he slipped his hand under
his pillow, where lie had a loaded re
volver. A llguro loomed In tho darkness I
ny ttio doorway to tho bedroom and he
fired twice at what he was sure was n
burglar, lie then turned on tho lights,
to find his wife lying across tho sill with a
bullet In her jaw. Van Poll's first shot
had splintered a pnnul in tho kitchen
Mrs. Van 1'elt hail been awakened bv
tho early morning rain nnd hud arisen.
without waking her huUiand, to shut tho
windows in the dining room. She had
not turned on tho lights, and groping her
way back had knocked the chair over.
an 1'elt was so unnerved when ho
found that it was his wife h had shot
that he did not nt oneo notify any one.
Neighbors, however, who heard the shots
called in Policeman .Foliti llymi, who
arrested Van Pelt mid sent for an ambu
lance for Mrs. Van 1'elt. She was taken
to tho J. Hood Wright Hospital and there
was operated on. They said at tho hos
pital last night that she would recover.
She told tho physicians that her husband
was not to blame,
Van 1'elt, charged with felonious as
sault, was taken to the Harlem court.
where .Magistrate hrotel held him in i
i.-.uoo nan to await ttio result of his wife's
ANN ARBOR HAS 200
FOREIGN STUDENTS ON ROLL
University of Mieliifrnn Roasts
Two Chinese and One Jap
Akn Annnn, Oct. 10. Tho University
of Michigan begins its seventy-sixth year
with tho literary, engineering and medical
deivirtments showing the greatest enrol
ment, while the freshman law class is
twenty-threo men ahead of last year.
To date tho literary department has
enrolled 101 more than at this time lnt
year, a gain of l.Vi men nnd thirty-six
womon. The total enrolment was 3,".02.
Tho engineering department shows
a gain of twenty-four and a total en
rolmnnt of i,;ni. Kiglity-throo havo
already registered in tho freshman cluss
of tho medical department, which is an
increase or twenty-six over Inst year.
More than a third of those entering have
A. II. degrees. The total enrolment of
the department is now stn. The dental
department shows an increase of fourteen,
with a total of ;i; nunvii enrolled.
The heaviest record of its hlstorv is
Hecause of new entrance re
,, romnn tKyonro im-nt of t i io,ur.o-
,innPf,,,.n, nm tl,n- .
PaUllt dppnrtmi.nt d-)s not Hon nn m-
iii.j in i-jm-wiu4 .i u.'imi imi'iii,
hIiowh nn incrrnso of vn or cent.
.the nnmlii'i- of (.tiidi-iitsiinooniiinrod with
. i . .1 1 i
lat ynar at tliii timo.
With the influx of foreign students
to the iinivurhitj this fall M1c1i1r.hi as
sumes trie first rank atnoni; Amerlean
universities in nttendniiee of foreicners.
Nearly 21H) havo appennsl for registration.
The t hinrso are here in larcer nnnibprs
than at any other eolleirii in the country,
and their enrolment will reneh at least
sixty. The president of the Chinese
.Students Christian Association, P. llauati
.Si, and the vice-president, YV. P. Chen,
aro two of the more prominent of tho new
arrivals, V. X. Ynns. general chairman
of the Chinese student H'nlllancc, camohere
from Columbia to work for his I'll. I.
There aro two Chinese girls in the I'ni
versity. One of the Chinese resist ens!
in the law department has practised law
In China for several years.
Twelve Japanese students, including
one girl, nre taking work here, Armenia
is represented by twelve students. Kight
Filipino students are here this year,
as against one last fall, rive Hritlsh
.South Africans registered here this fall.
There were none here last voar. The other
foreign students enrolled comprise Rus
sians, I'orto Illcans, C.uind inns, Hnwniinnsl
South Americans nnd Poles.
According to one of the Chinese girls,
conditions hero are not much different
from colleges in her own country.
Announcement has just been made by
the engineering department thnt n course
in electrical ignition will be given this!
yoar for the first time in connection with
a courso covering the subject of auto
mobiles. It is believed that this is the
first of nny such courses to be established
in tills country. Four women are enrolled
In tho engineering department.
JERSEY CITY BOY MISSING.
I.rft III Home nn .Sept. T and Has
Not llrrn Scrn or llrnril nf Since.
"Will Otto Mnrtln pirns write or return
to his home nt SO llnncoclt avenue, Jersey
Ills mother nnd father allel nt Tnu Spn
office yesterdny nnd pleaded thnt this
paper print the utiove remiest
Otto Is 18 yeirs of ago but loolis inurh
older nnd I' her only sou, Mrs. l'rnnk'Mnr-
tin until nn tnnpu. worn flnmllntr lior ovnq
She conlil kIvo no renson for lili miliiK
nwny except that aim (mil rirnaeil to let
nun .mi viiiiiiiiiik eiiriiur in inu ni inn
On tlio niomlne of Soiitoinlinr 7 ho loft
home, to iitteml n liimlneai school nml linn
not been wen or hennl of since.
He vvorp a tirovvn lint nml itray milt nml
took Sis from lilt phvIiikk I mnl;. He Ii
rlvo feet three Inrliea toll. violi?ha I.Ho nolilula
nnd hna bloml hair
Two men wero Injureil yenterrtay when an
elevator In the Mercantile nullfllnit at
Eaat Eleventh atreet fell from the ninth
floor to the cellar. There were eleven pas
aenceri and all eecapeil Injury except Iaador
Ilachelaon of J29 Monroe alreet ami Nathan
Keln of 101 Eaat 111th atreet.
That he cave IS to. have an enemy put out
of the way ! the chance that ! holrtlnr
Sianlnlav Janlcky, a atableman, of Sit Went
Klftv-flrat atreet, In the Tomha. .Ma Mclill-
ler of H3t Avenue A ' beaten on the j
nlcht of October 7 anil illecl later. Joaeph
Petrus, a driver, of 319 Eaat Seventy-lhlnl
atreet, waa arreateil for the crime. Iloth men
entered a denial,
Harvey Jonea, a chauffeur, SO yrara old,
of tl! Weat 10lh atreet, waa run over by a
trolley car at 10lh atreet and Amsterdam
avenue yeaterday when rroistnf the tracka
on a motorcycle. Ho died at fit. I.uke'a
Nona the worae for hie mldnliht awlm In
Hell date, Frank llurke, SO yeara old, of 613
Eait 150th atreet, who eicaped from Ward'a
Uland and waa picked up between Ninety
econd atreet and Aatorla, waa returned to
the Uland yeaterday mornlnt.
John Sllmtn. 1J yeara old, of to Carroll
treet, lirooklyn, while hurrying to achool
yeaterday morning on roller akatra, waa
knocked down by an auto truck at Lincoln
place nnd Waahlngton venu. Ha Buffered
a IrMlwr t Bt fkull and loterMl Injurlia.
II is Counsel Sny Orntipo County
Authorities Act Like,
HOSA flFKHRA DEMENTED?
Prosecution Keplies Tlint Gib
son Can He Tndiclett Without
Hobert H. Kliler, counsel for Hitrton W.
Gibson, tho lawyer now in jail at (loshn
"wnltlng tho action of tho Grand Jury
or Orange county In the matter of tho
mysterious drowning of Mrs. Itosa Men
schlk Szabo in Greenwood Iako, com
mented with asBrity yesterday on t)io
part that Assistant District Attorney
Wasservogel and his deputy , Deacon
Murphy, are taking in assisting tho Orango
county authorities Ho declared that
they wery "acting more llko hurfoons
and clowns than llko prosecuting officers
and are making fools of themseives and
of tho MopIo."
Tho occasion for thoso remarks is tho
holding in this city of a woman who
says sho is Hose Guerra and that sho
signed a waiver of citation as Mrs. 8zabo's
mother which put Gibson in control of
the dead woman's estate, While Mr.
Wasservogel and Mr. Murphy are assert
ing tiiat this woman's story will havo
not only an Important bearing on tho
exected indictment of Gibson but also
on other matters affecting th" carear
of tho imprisoned lawyer Mr. Elder and
his associate, Charles Ooldzler, are de
claring that her testimony Is worthed
ond that she will not even lie callod ni
a witness. They aver that Gibson will
never bo Indicted and that Mr. Wasvsr-vog'-l
and Mr. Murphy aro aoting in bad'
faith by pretending that tho self-styled
!oso Guerra Is to clinch tho chain of
evidence they claim to have forged about
"Wo know this woman, said Mr. Elder.
"Wo Investigated her story and found
It absurd. The Assistant District Attor
neys know that sho U only a poor d e
montod woman, yet they are trying to
make tho jk-odIo believe that a Jurv will
convict Gibson on her test lmony "
To all of which Mr. Wasservogel replied
that there is sufficient evidence against
Gibson to indict him. with or without the
testimony of this woman, and that if one
iiranil Jury does not return nn indict men
another "ill. Keiilvim: to the slateiiieiit
of Mr. Goldzier that this unman would
not no taken ncinre the iiraiitl .Miry or
Orange county Mr. Wasservogel said that
she would be. The Grand Jury will take
Ibis matter up, according to District
Attorney Kogi-in. early next week. Mr.
lii'ldzier also said Ihm he understood the
trial of tiihxou, assuming that there is an
indictment, will be put oft" until Januarv,
the purK)si i.f that being to relieve Jifr.
Itogers, whoso term of oflire I'llds in
D.vember, of the odium of an iu'iiittal
after so many expressions 1 f confidence
in Ids ability to convict Gibson.
.nr. iiomzior Mid yesterdav 1 lint tie
lias won Mitnplfh nf iln linndwritinc of
' X ,Z, v",,"L' n'' ,T
I",lr, h"; ."if aturn v. th thnt on tin.
whivit of ritntion mid that no nn i..iwrt
nn uaiiiin rii iiir no coiiiu ;iy i inn m mvi
Ho not riirrr-tnn lu-ti
tli! "h lold to Mr. Wawrvnp'l ho i
...... ..... i i n .i... u.....i
piessed amusement, I'Mauw. the hand
writing expprts employed by the I 'is- I
trict Attorney's nflim have arrived at
nn opimsite conclusion. Their rpvrt
has not yi-t been made public, however, i
Meanwhile there is al"iut the odlcn of
Mr. Wasservogel an air nf expectancy
with resist to the developments from I
this woman's story ns i( i.s being daily
unfolded nnd clnvked up. She is said ,
to hnve told much thnt has not been (lis.
closed in any account cf Ciibson's doings,
and those who are working on the case
expect the arrests of severnl persons
whom tins iniormant lias neseniiisi ns
(iibson's usMociates in numerous iiios
ETTOR AND GI0VANN1TT
Massachusetts Judcp Pcnics
Hail Motion in Behalf of
Salem, Mass., Oct. 10. Caruso, Kttor
'and Oiovannitti will not he released from
jail on ball. This was the decision, of
.Midge tiuinn to-ciny tiunefiuperiorlriml
Counsel for defendants filed n motion
in court yesterday for tho release on bail
of the three, who nre involved in tho
alleged murder of Annie Iioper.zo In the
Lawrence strike on January 29 Inst.
James H Sisk, counsel for Caruso, who
is under indictment nsoneof the principals
In the alleged murder, wns present when
tludgo Qulnn took his sent on tho ench
to-day. Nothing was said, but Clerk
Woodbury handed Mr Slsk a note reading
Assuming this rourt has authority to
entertain the within motion, ns to which I
hnve grave doubt, I tlnd Hint tho defendant
' H not I'ntitli'il.ns of rlitht, to lio nilmltteil to
, bull, ntiil that thorn h no eiieh cnii'ie na
!,,., i ,n court, n t io oierelan of Im U
rretlon, to roleam tlin ilefundant on ball.
Tlio motion la thoreforo ilenicd.
J. F. Ouinn, .1. 8, C.
Blrnllar tleclRlon woh inado on tho mo
tions tiled for tho rnloann of Kttor nnd
Ijawyors anil ollu-ra Bold In tlio corridor
thnt tlio ileeiHioti of Judge Qulnn was
MXpected, iih it did not appear prolmliln
that tho court would permit roleiiBo of
tlio dofendunts from Jail, especially after
trial had begun.
HIT BY HETTY GREEN'S AUTO.
Animal Snelrly Oflli'rr ftnya the
OozlnK rnud and Indigtiatlon, James
Miner, an officer of the animal society,
lirotiRlit a prisoner into ino ioiiiijh court
yesterday mortilriK, had lilm fined t.'i
und then explained to Maglntrnto llreen,
"When I saw this man and his limpinK
horso I jumped off tho curb after him,"
spluttered Miner. "Then I don't know
just what did happen. It wus an auto
mobile and way past and mo looking Up
at it from the gutter. There was n man
and an old lady in back and thn rliaulTeur
in tho front was turned around and grin
ning. Tlio policeman who picked mo up
said It wus Hetty Clreen and her son in
tho car, no Know tliem because they
passod every morning at that hour on
their way to tho Trinity Building."
Tho 'policeman hnd noted Nn, 13,091
N, V,, and at Pollco IIcndqiinrtorH th"
owner was given as (,'ol, ICdvrard H. It.
"I'm going tnhoo adoctor first and then
a lawyer," said Uie bait or od Miner. 1
& c- 1 I X ' '-'
Sailings from New York Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
Saturdays, connecting for nil points South and Southeast.
Write for copy of AtiWI News, stateroom reservation
nnd Interesting travel folder.
General OfTicc, Pier
Clini'frcs Thnt Ho Forced Mnnn
ippr to Vny Actress .$2,500 a
Yenr by Exposure. Threat.
SUIT TO COLLECT FOR HER
Defendant Quit rnyinpr to Edith
St. Clair After Mrs. Erlan
prer Got n Divorce.
William T. Jerome told ft Jury hefnre
Supremo Court Justice I'nge yesterday
that he will provo thnt Max D. Stcucr,
ns counsel for Hdlth St. Clnlr, an ac
tress, forced Abraham L. Krlnnger to
sign nn agreement under which she was
to get $2.-"0.0 a year for ten years, under
a threat to expose his friendship for her
nt a time when Mr. Krlnngcr's wife,
who had not yet started dlvorco pro
ceedings ngalnst him, was returning
The case on trial Is to collect ono of
the J2,r.OO Instalments which Mr.Kr-
langer quit paying after his wife had
divorced hltu. Hecause of a charge
thnt he was Implicated In alleged black
mailing Mr. Stcucr has engaged John
Vernon Ilmivtcr, Jr., to conduct the
plalntlff'H cne with him, wlillo Mr.
Jerome has been engaged to assist ex
Justice nittenhoclTer for the defendants,
Marc Klaw and Ali"alinm I.. Krlnnger.
When the ense went to trial Mr. l!ou
vIit asked for Judgment because the
defendants nilmttted thnt they e.ecuteil
the agreement, nnd for that reason
there wan no Issue. The court ruled that
n negative Issue was presented by the
three defences to the suit and directed
that the case proceed, with tho de
fendants undertaking the burden of
proof. Mr. Stcucr then said:
"There Is no Issue regarding the con
tract, but there Is nn Irauo a distinct
one of blackmail. The real Issue Is
'blnckpinll. nnd ll will be tried hero
Mr. Jerome In stating Ids case to the
Jury said thnt In 1P03 Mr. Krlnnger
made nn oral agreement to pay MKs !U
Clair $7.". a week fur life. In 1000 Mr
Stcucr went to Krianger, Mr. Jerome
said, nnd In the presence of Klaw said
he wnnteil money for Miss St. Clnlr. and
thnt It would be to Krlnngcr's Interest
to Fettle. Krlnnger replied thnt he was
under no obligation to Miss St. Clnlr,
and Stcucr replied that If she told her
story It would nfTect Mr. Krlanger's
business reputation and his whole lire.
Mr. Jerome said that Krlnnccr re
plied: "This Is blackmail." and that Mr.
Steuer answered' "Yes, It Is; but It Is
the best we can do."
Mr. Krlnnger asked what Miss Ft.
Clair wanted, nnd the lawyer replied
that she wanted $inn,onn, but would
probably settle for $2.",000. Krianger
wanted to know what assurance he
would have Hint If he paid the $:.",nno
she would not nfterwnrd expoi'e' hlin.
Steuer replied that she would agree to
a contract made In tho name of the
firm, releasing the tlrm from nil claims,
nnd then If nny question came up the
contract would be In the name of the
tlrm and nothing. .would show thnt Mr
Krlnnger wns Involved personally. It
was on this basis that the contract nn
which the suit wns brought was drawn.
Mr. Jerome said his defences were
that there was no consideration for the
ngreement, nnd If there was one It wns
nnlnwfiil bicnuso the tontrtict was
fraudulent and obtained under durcs
and by threats.
Tile plaintiff's case will be stated to
the Jury to-day.
WOMAN JUMPS FROM ROOF.
3lra. Ilrrllin Wlac i:tiiilra innr In
Htrrral.le Hrltr Itnme. j
RIuiIIiik tli" watchfulness of her;
niir.'P, Mrs. HerUia Wise, wife of f!eorr;o
Wise, a silk hosiery Importer of .IS West
Twcnty-flrst Ktrect, either Jumped or
fell from the roof of tlio Weat Hnil
Hall npartint'tit house nt 840 West llnil
avenue ycHtenlay anil was Instantly
lillled, Mrs, Wise hod been In III health
for several years nnd had lately shown
signs of melancholia.
Mr. Wise left to go to business ot 9
o'clock. Mrs, Wise sent tho nurse to
tell the maid to talto tho children for
a walk on Riverside Drive. The nurse
had been out of the rcom but a few
moments when she heard a shriek and
then a crash from the courtyard. Run
ning back to tho room she found her
patient gone, In the yard below slio
saw tho body.
Dr. Halph Ward of S41 West End
avenue pronounced tho woman dead
when ho nrrlved.
Some one hnd called Tollceman Hnhn,
who was puzzled to know from where
Mrs. Wise had fallen until ho found the
fresh Imprints of a woman's shoes In i
the dirt nrnund the. parapet of tho roof,
nnd also places on the ledgn which born
finger marks or were rubbed clean ot
dirt, nH though some heavy body had
been dragged over them.
Mr. Wise said that he refused to be
lieve that his wife hnd thrown herself
from the roof and Insisted that her
death must havo been due to an acci
Round Trlji 11 BO.Ooejl lo Dare.
hawk": rllnL u-rilr. Nlr. I.v.
W.llpiielen HI. 0 JO I'.M., W ISOt1!
euOP.M. Duly. Itiont riprini
Clyde Line South
No other route offers the same Interest and
. charm. Healthful, enjoyable, direct and
Jf economical, with all the comforts of a
Metropolitan Hotel at sea. Bjg,
staunch, well manned steamers with
i out change between iNcw York,
Charleston and Jacksonville.
iiiio vdwat. con. mum: sriti:i:i.
iiiioAitnAV. :oii. -jail siiti:i;i.
3G, North River, New York.
See the Battleships
From Spacious Decks of
Day Line Steamer Albany
'le-itsT 'trip nf 'Inn llnur Arnunil retire
Fieri will tie inaile nn fultnnlnK rhrilulet
l.eiue DcntiroMPs si, lo A. M. snil I2-1J p. M
I.cae W. 42i HI. MM A. M., 12:15 unit 3 P. M
Ix-avc V. i:3lh St. 10 50 A M lUJAnil Jffl'l'. M.
I.ce VenUrrn City lioclc, 2 P. M., Hemming
there i:l.1 P. M.
Trip innrkcil v. lit. after circling fleet, return
to Went t:rt St. Pier only.
r.uti:;r.r. ronsTit. Ai.niNYTnirs.
will take part In tho grrnt Naat Parallel and
In lew. leaMna . 4'Jml SI. I'lrr at II A. M.
A I :.1) I'. M.. unit en (let. I nth make trip m
relrv the Fleet It e nut In .cm, lra
Ins IV. 4anil St. I'lrr stll A. M. Fare for rsrh
Numbers Limited. Itntnurnnt. Orrhr.tM.
Tickets now on Mle nt New York Plcru of
Hudson River Day Line.
Fall River Line
I.v I'lcrtB, N. It., New Ynrk.ilallv l 5 on I'.M.
Slri.. L'OMMIlNWt-.Al.TII anil l'ltlSClLLA.
Orchclra on c.icli.
NEW LONDON (Norwich) LINE via
New Lnnilnn. I.v. Pier 40, N. It., It Hoinlon
St.. meek ilny onlv. 5tl 1'. M.: l'lcr 70. I., It.,
fl. P.. ;.M St. f.-tn P. M. Stra. MA1NC anil
( ITYDP l.flWPl.t.
NEW HAVEN LINE i.v. pier :s. n. it..
tl. i'niharln St., week ilays, 5:15 P. M. Sir.
Tickets, etc., nt 11 Ilroirtwar. Trnnstcr
TotirM Ofr.re- iml nl Pl-r.
The New l'nclnnil Mesin.hln Co.
NPW YOHK nml a
ll esrh dlii-rilon, l.lnilteil Tl-l.e!. Matrrooms
ai'ronininilailtiT I" o p ion!i): llerth .Ve
MAINE STEAMSHIP LINE
Mi-oIMr.iiii.l.lp. Nnrlli I.e nil A .SnrlliHiar
J.eae I'ler 14. N. It. fl. Pillion ht . Tu'i,
'Ihur A Ml' nlSP M peiimi Iraie Port
Unil mw iIms A ilillciiKiil K-honr ')l
lelle trip. llcWcu l I'lrr an 1 .".I lI'May
EASTERN STEAMSHIP CORPORATION
B HUDSON RIVER
Strfl.iiM III'MIIIK K III'DSIIV, ItllltKIII
PII.IIIN or Al.llt.W li-.le. Pcilini'.i.'H SI
A M W 12.1 , SI , (I A M W f."J'h St.. '1 21
M. I jitvllT ir nl Yor.lter West 1'nlnl. Ne
1'iirch. Pouirh.ri'p..'. Klnclnn P.ilni. I'aMHII,
HtiitMin anil .lhan VII ell'e ilally exi'rpt
.S'inila. Mri'i't rail roinorilon MuMc Ite.
laiitam Ail Hi mi-h all llrken lirtwe-n New
Yo U nnit Allmn errepteil
on (oi.PMtirs hay, oct 121I1.
the (irrat Sir "IIKMilt ll'K lll'PSON" nlll
mil In Newtinrch. .Poiutilireptte. Klnpvton Point
and retur. lrainc He-shroHiirs si n 10 A M
42.1 St , 10 M . V. 12Wh SI 10 20 A M
iwr mm: nhwmi its r.m ki'i.i. mm:
- II I ll.llllls.
I.kiii ir.lp. nil. Ill: .ton n. 1 1. 1.
See the Warships
ScLeJule lor Friday, Oct. 11th.
Iavr Pier I. N.I!., lo ISA l.. 12 K.,2 15. .1 l.'.P M.
I.eae W e.l ismhst. II ffi VI . 1 m,:il. I I'll,
tin (let. I a.' lit, I'! Iron Slramlinata lll leaie
I'lrr I. N. It., ml Hrl lUtilh sin-el erry
hoiiron Die l olir tlnm III M In I P M
I'lrrt lltumlnnllun. Di I. IS. I.I, 14.
lae I'lrr I nml H. I'itHh St. i'lmmlMii P M
Pnr'. Ilnnnil 'I rip, .Ml ii'in.
Speilel Niillre Pilron nre rnutlnneil m
riirehie tlrlirK i.nl nl Iron Mramlinal m,'i
li.iv nilli ?. "
Providence direct, $1.50 Worcester, $2.40
out. in Mairriiiiin. Si no
KtrrlKtcainNhUm.POIIiilA inn! Tl NMSHIII!
llallr. tin luilln't Similar. Mill P. M.
rrom I'lrr IK, P, It Phon- t'fftl llrekinan.
liy Tlcfcri onicr. 3IMI llrnadv.av. V
I pin-.vn 'Uriel office ll'wny ami ;iil M
c. i Frank Jones
Steamers J Kaaterskill
.SIcatners will leave Pier n. North tiller. Oct
10. ll, 1? (Culunibin Dayi. Oct, in. It, nt IP M .
and on the lMh nt la A M lo rrvli vv the llrrt ni.
II MiiMa mil in iih t hllilicn half fair.
CAPITAL CITY LINE
I'lrr 411, N. It.
I'hnne Sprlns BOJ.
"im. I'L'iii.ic in: pi.i-.vsi i"
PROVIDENCE "reel. $1.75
rtrit-rl tenlrc, palatial Mrnmrr.,
exrcllenl iiilslne. clean, inmfuriable male
luonit l eave Week lla.tn and Sunday,
at r.irio p, M.. from I'ler au, N. II., foot
He. I linn. Inn St.
'I'll. mm Spring 8101 and 010?.
I'plmvn tinire. Ilrnailwav ami :.iil SI
Till! IX'UMIMIPAI, WAV.
.Slcajni rs Prank Jones,
I l.linui !.!..
Leave Plir til, N II.. font ot W
HMIi St.. nt i.m p M.i 123th Ht,
.11 I) P M dally,
rAPi i Ai. dry mm:.
Pier m, N. ii, Phone Hprlnit sn
Iravea Wet 2,1il St,
1(1.20 A. M.,2ATP.M,
hlainl. All cars
VIEW THE WARSHIPS
SIGHT-SEEING YACHT CLIFTON
Around Manhattan I. land, lecturer rhoaitl.
Iially. sun., man A, M.. 2-.m p. M, pt. w t.'d
at omio Platlron llulldluif. Tel. 1141 Urain,
The Fattest Steamers In the World
CAR0N1A CARMANIA CAMPANIA
OCT. ID 111 A. U. DKC. It. tnA. M NOV. til A. M. NOV. 50. 1 A. II. UAR.U
Kov. 11. lu a;m. nr.o t, tn a t. m.c at, u Norn uak. 2s
, LIVERPOOL, LONDON, PARIS, BERLIN, VIENNA
VIA OUKr.NSTOWN AM) riSIKILTAIil).
Msnrrlsnla anil I.u.lUnU tin nut
New York, Madeira, Gibraltar,
Writ f- lilii'rarv
0mUjVdlr. tiOmlUCenM. cC!ltNpte,Trlntr It flumo. Uuntatlcins furnlihed fornrt'our
Winter Cruises Riviera, Italy, Egypt
I irONli N!'V.
' ' " " ,!A.N.
n..nri it.e Wnrlil 'Irln.. un si-erlnl llirnutli
trtlla. New ealand, Sonili Afrli-a. Smith America.
IMera Fool w. nth Ml.. North lllvcr, N.
Dcni Aviffims Ail ma
T-fXMnS HAVE WlhtL
I'lar 3. N. Ft..
mao a. it.
New lnr Out i.' i ..I... Irl, ,,... Oct. la
SI, Paul ri-i 19 Si liul. . Nov. 2
Nw Yark-Landan Dlraet Pier KR, N.lt.
itui'tonkvOct 1I...VI A M MlnnrIiatia..Ort. 29
Mln'ae"lls .Or. m.i . M MlnnewaVaNov. 2
Red Star ' W. ft.
, tandon, Parla via Dovar Antwara u
rinlanit .. nn. tllhrnnnlawl . Ort. M
artcrlnnrt Oct Ifl'Xrelan.l Nov."
RIVIERA ITALY EGYPT
Via Madeira, rilbraliar, Altlera, Monaoo
"ADRIATIC" it "CEDRIC"
Larcnat Drlllnh Mediterranean Steameri
NOV. 30 JAN.7 JAN. 21 FEB.18 MAR. 4
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
SAILS TUESDAY. OCT. IS, 10 A. M.
LONDON PARIS BREMEN
r.vrmiss siii.incs twin s iii:w stiMMii
Kaiser Wilhelm II. Oct. 22 "Grosser Kurfuerst Oct. 17
Kaiser Wilhelm Der Gross e Oct. 29 Print Friedrich Wilhelm Oct. 1 9
Tllr iirnirrnniiiriii rrini...irenn Oct. in
THREE WINTER CRUISES TO THE
Fanama Canal and West Indies u'ri? 3"
IIt ilir Spleinllil Trnntaitantlr l.lner "Hrnirr Kurfuert"
m'ihti: pnii lioiiKi.irrs. p.atps ptc.
OELRICHS&CO.. Gcn.Azts..8BroBdtvay.New York
i hi i t'tw i ii 1 1 hi
LONDON PARIS HAMBURG
IMII. I INIOI.N
Oct I -J. II A M,
Oct, 17, 1(1 A. M
Oct, III, 11 A. M.
Oct l, 2 P. M.
Hamhiire rllrect. 2nrt cabin
Madeira, Gibralt.r.Mgiers.Naples, Genoa
t.s., KINIliitlill.rlll?CIOi'l 19. It A.M.
I IM'IN.NATI Nov. 2, 11 A. M.
'.. Mill. I UP Nov. 11, 11 A. M.
S.S. IM'INN1I. Dee. in, 11 A. M.
twill have qcrommo'latlnn for llmtleit nuirt.er
ef p.i"cngers hi Mailrlrn, (illiraltar anil Vllle
Will mil call at Madeira. Will call at Alglera.
TotulM Dept. tor Trlpa Peryhere.
llMIl'llli-AMKrtU'AN MM 4R IVwaj.
COOK'S NILE STEAMERS
N t'alri) lo l.innranil Hie Plrat Cataract.
Arnhla Nov I?1 tlamees theOI.,Dee in
Pcypl Nov Wlllm" Dee 17
Aratila Dec 3 Arntilii Dee. 21
ami weel.lv thereafter, connecting with acrilce.
tnr lhe S.eoiii nl.irart. KliarKiiini, 1'ramt.i, 1
Ac In nilillllon, t'onk'a P.xprcH .Sinanu ri
e-.i ry Mnnilnv .mil Prhlay l.iixnrhnii .lalia. '
hcali anil nn clil Mrainrrs for charier lo fami
ne nml private p,irlli'.
I letels anil Tour (or InilUMual Travel i:cry
ttllll' Willi i Mllhout llnlcli, Ac
THOS. COOK & SON
2I.' Hi.i.nmni . '.'ill I Ull: Axe.,
,i5S Pirih Ae . 2r"!l llriMilnay, New Yuri..
inil.' Traveller' t heiue Arn llouil All
(Her llie tvorlil.
Al'TI MN KKI.OIITS.
ATLANTIC CITY, fy
Leatlinsi licorl Mouse 01 ilicWorkl
I05IMI wiinf son; row"
Trip. 4 Dayi
4 Paya on
Next Sailing. October 10 and 10.
8 tour $39.00
Including Tickets, llolel., Drive., etc.
0, 12, 10 and lu-ilay Toura
nt proportionate f.irra.
THOS. COOK & SON
3! llrundvvay, rat Plflli Avenue,
(.M riflh Avr MM) llrnadivay. New Vork.
PIIII.AIIIII.PIIIA, 17 So. Il'Oid St,
TD1UC 1TI iUTIfi "'nmtT Krsrrvatlnns
Uianw aiaanim ft'llrkl'ta MAIIHI LltH
K. H. AliP.M . :n W ai'li SI.. N, Y I
rAI.II'tHI.M Winter Tnur.
Iave frniiicnlly Nov. lo March. Iloiiklel.. rtAY- ,
UONH Wliril.'OMII CO.. W'' f.lh ay.. N. V. I
v,cw WARSHIPS fnom
,he WW -' IJ "
CIM Coalnff Yanlilt hamhon and
aleill aeting IHOIIll fiiisi:irATiN
jAruund Manhailan 1. land, passing lhe lliri, I
..ri'UIIU ... t".n-MI; 111.' Mill,
daily, froiii llnuery Plrr, hniiih Perry. in.NO. iiuki
A SI .- .bliu I Mi irf-riuii'r ni'ii ll ii 1 1 I. in imu
Pram Naw PUrlQO. rati lllvar. foat af Peek SUftt
dally txeail Suliday, at B F. U. .lor Caaaeeilcui I
I Hlycr Uaillii.T Wtltt lor Uuium4 lUar. V
Oct. 23, 1A.M. Dec. 17,0 P.M.
Nov. 27, 1 A. M. Jan. 22
Pec. 24, 3 P. M. reb. 5
Jnn. 15, 1 A. M. Feh. 2G
ilnp at 4Jurrntnirn fs'lbnind.
Genoa, Naples, Trieste, Flume
tiilllii; heiii- "
ab Nov. IS c Dec. 7
b Jan. It c Feb. 12
7RANC0NIA CAR0NIA iiV,; K
lales to Revnl. India. China, Japan, uaniia, AU-
Toura In Spain.
Y. Iinrti, ; Hiate St., opp. Hatterr.
I AND bUus4.hiN
iw.nlr (li I 12. linoil Maii'Mie net 2
ht. Paul, del l?.:.A.M. Ocrnnlr Nov
Aneilran I Ine Sicvue from Pla- ftS
Adrlaili rtcl. 17. ihhhi eilrlc . oc; ' St
nal te .."i't. 21. noun I'el.le. . Nos. i
Creilc. Oct. lCrcile . Nv. M
Canople. Nov. olranoile .lcc. 12
WEST INDIES SOUTH AMERICA
MN.rtt JAN? 22 " FEBr; FEB? 22
28 and 29 Daya $175 anrf Upward
9 BROADWAY. NEW YORK
mi'wpp i ii mm
"If a man of intelligence who
had never left this country asked
me whether I would advise him to
make a short trip to Europe or a
trip to the Panama Canal I would
without hesitation advise him to
ro to the Panama Canal. He
would see in operation the cotnt
pletion of one of the great feats of
33Day Trnlaea to .Tnmalfa. Panamn
Caunl nml f olninlilan purls from .New
Jorli riery Ui'iIihmIii at l!f nonii,
I'lrr III, lst llli it .si:i&,(lll
34.1)ny CriiUrs in .lamaira. Panama
rannl nml I nt.ta llici from .h Vork
orr alllrll:l at 12 iniiin. rier III,
I-.aM llher SI in. Oil
.Aniplp ttnir nlliiiMl for M'olnc thn
I'anal unit for . vm'ii-si rliiK n utlier
liorlH. M'liil fur II liiir.ii of tln-M. (ic.
IlKlilflil Viitiiinii i iiilves.
United Fruit Company
IT Ilattrrr l'l N. V. 'Plume lli'JI Itertnr.
Or nny rieamahlp or luurlt niency. 2
I l.Mh Aninnl. 1 "liru irv I S n April 'ii, IHI,t,
Sot i nt; -one t.lor Inn. liu.v . of I nil. In hy lhe
NEW CUHARDER "LACOHIA"
Cnkt ". too up, InrluillniT I'olrls, ilrlvc, cuhlc,
elc VISlTINfi Madeira, itpaln. Alslcr, Malla.
Allien, l'nnlniilniiple IU daya In PnloMlne nnd
Pcypl. Ilninc. Illv lira, etc Mnmcr In furopn
am) leliirn by '.vlti s S "Maurrinnla," elc.
Send tor priiKr.nn Nov nnd Jan. llnund Wurld
anil Pel), iln America Tours.
PHANK C. ri.AIIK. Tliiica Hide.. New Vork.
All nvpeiiKO Tours from 6 D.iya 37V) I p.
Salllnit every S Days In roiineclloii uttli
Wucbeo S. S Cii, Tickets Inierchiintcahlc,
The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
SA.NDKHSO.V A WIN. Cell. Acts., si Slnle
St., or nny STKAM.HI1IP TIl'lvPT A (HINT,
Compagnie Generate TransatUntiiun
Hired Line lo Havre Pari, ll'rnnce),
Salllnir livery Thursday. 10 A M,
rrom Pier 17, .North lllvcr, foot Went 15th St.
I.a Provence Oct 17 'l-i Provence Nov 7
iJiSavole, Oct II 'Ui lrralne Nov 11
tl'ranco inevi ) Oct III 'Prance nmv Nov, 21
Twin Screw Simra 'Quadruple Screw Steamer.
tiKNPllAT. Anil.NC'Y, 10 Slate S'rpct, X V
OLD DOMIN50N LEN'iT
Far Old Point Conifort. Norfalk, Pornrnoulh.
Plaeer'. Point and Newport New., Va., coa
a.eilnr far Peter.burc. Illchniond, Waihlar
lan, I). C and the entire South and Weil
Freight and Panenjer Steamer, .all frura Flat
II. N. II., foot of Nartli Moore St., evcrr aaal
Hay at 3 p. M.
W, I. WOOflROW. Traffle MatiM.r.
AUSTRO - AMERICAN LINC
,11 MliniTPIIIIANI'.AN AtllllATIO f
via snr rur.it.N tuack
i n,i,n kv vmu a auiikhs. itai.y.
t.UKWi:. AUSTHIA. MAHTIIA WAHIIt.NQTON
Nnvcmhcr 10, KAISI1U I'ltANZ JOSI.PII I.lnrwl,
lirrenilier 7 Laura, Alloa. Arrcnilna, Oceanlt,
Salllnc usually Wrdnr.ilaya,
Pljlll.PS UIIOS. flt.'O., tl,A,.J7naierv PI.. N. Y.
IIIJIMl'DA-IJ hour IriiTn Nevv"york. Pa
latial Steamers. A. II. OUTKltUlUDUU CO
Agent. 2 Uroadwajr. '