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SMtwtu V?' 1?XXIIT..X? 24.405 To-dar. f.lr To-morr^. fair and warn.er. M.xlerate wlnda. NEW-YORK. WE.DXESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1913.-14 PAGES. * * ?PRICE ONE CENT ln c,ty ^^gggo^f^Z! KIBLE FALLS jerman Naval Zeppelin. Pride of Its Country, Caught in Storm and Hurled Into Water?Only 7 Saved. KAISER WEEPS AT NEWS Veteran Inventor in Despair at Disaster to Splendid Craft Built Only Last Year? Captain Dies, Refus ing To Be Rescued. i io The Trltw Berlin, Sept. f> - Cotlfltcrnatlon relcn. ln Gr-rmany at tb. now? that tho splen? did new ?;?rman naval rjirlflbrfl Ztrppe ltn T.-i. thr- prldfl of the Gennan navy, h haa only rflCflntl} been comp waa wreokrd thi. evenlnf. Whlle flylnf frnm the mainlanrl toward tho Tr-land of HellgoJand in a fale abe fell Into tha *ea. ard fifteen oltlcan rd lead their ir.es. Includ nf Captain Motirinif. rommnndfr ol thfl Marlne Atrahlp DhrlakM iln Hanm mandcr of the wrarked fllmhlp; Raron vou Ifaltsahn ar-.d other ofBcerfl of high rank. it la un that ,llp naval commissjon nppolnted to rropflrvlflfl tho tllalfl was on board. Th<- rjlrigiblfl araa taklhf pt" in tn? manop-ivrrs of thfl hieh soa fleet ln ihe North Poa when she encountflTfld fl violent fjalo. As a reflull of aotna dever BUtncauvrlng it fleemed llkely thal the ves.el nr.uld weathor thr atorm I ' wlld ffUSl of wird Btrui k her w ith sn-'h foroe amldflhlpa that ihe araa hurled to the p-irfar.- of thfl s^a. Hr re ahe araa aimost at ono. broken in two and was ?OOfl poundad I i ; Ifl ?-? but only sank after an hour*a Btrufffle. Torpedo boatfl '\crt ruahed t F.rnr- from Heligoland and .? iccflrfldfld ,n raaculng raeven of the alrtblp'n men. ? 'aptain Hanne. conunander of the L. I.. rrfiirsed to be 1 an i wenl ?' like a brave man with his be '.irlpible Kaiser at a Dance. Th?> nerara waa Iminedlately phoned to the Kflleer m BflUbruni tldlnajfl raachlng blm <i iring a which was being hold ar the concl of tho day'a manceuvre*. The araa al once auapendad. Thi Kalaar brokfl down ln teara, aad -said ha would i laca tho newa of the tenible dl? ? to Count Zeppelin, who i.r- now ln rnnn. Thfl uaually atolld ? i that tho oaaamlty atruck dai to his beart, aa the db-larlbte was the rW. !r la Btated that tho air<-ln;' raa fll . ? f between i ? moal ? i-'.-iv. loai ' _ - 11 ihe waa < . . ? ready bei ome ? ii ri Btruck tb. When the chlnf, ;< ' .- ? ; help of landlnit ? ? ? ; [i _? : ind. Th' ' ? tfl which I ih* aealatance of iho alrahlp obci - Ignal ". flfll oul > i bal howflver, failed to fi || aa Iftly to the ?<a. of thi ? " rt maim d in tha . ?-.;. tlng ? cataatrophe, thfly were t-ruflhed under by the w-ight of t:.o i raft end wen drowned. ra in thi rfondolafl, Jtimped Into the water, end aome f them weri rei 4 -ut-d. Speod Fifty-two Mil.s an Hour. She was bullt only laat year and had ' of 2'2 tons. with mctors ,.f B10 horaepower and a apeed of 51! miles hour. Bhe ? feal lont? and Bfty feet in dlameter, with a iapa.it; of 778,01X1 cul I I The , had 18 | flnd waa three Maybach motora, -?nt motor ln thfl forward tondola and motora ln the after fondola. The ? '.nti.nie,! on tl.lrd page. tli.nl rolumn. This Morning's News LOCAL. I'atr" Kternemann li Pollca Uandi. i 1 ' ng Ten Days. l Immlajranta Baa Man Drown.l Bachelors I.lke John D.'fl Mat*. 1 Petara in Long Island Railroad tVraek 2 Olrl'fl Bcfllp K'4-eii in Water. a Republleana Do Nol Faer Gaynor... 5 ita v. iii Baak Boy. 6 teeti H?ve Annual Outlng .... f All Travrlllng Recorda Broken.7 aa 81 To Bi Hfl ad. 7 "Rad Liirht" piaya Haltad.i* t Trim Men Qppoaa New Coda...M Woman Dflftei Bchool Buporlntendent.ld l Tflfl High flfl |2| | Wat V.14 GENERAL. Tarirr Bill Paaaad bj Banata.i ? ?- ? > ? P ././.l. .4. luAmje. 8 Eam .3 All>8teel ? Ifflnjr ln Wrt ck.. 4 Naw Ha.- toa. 4 i urrency Bill Reported to Hou?e. 4 MalneVotc Rabaka t? Tariff Tlnkflrinf 5 Henn.s.y Accaflu Norraan i-;. Ifack.. 5 ffll ' Ihtflf Judge. . 5 i io]. Bhown Big Loai .ll FOBEION. rjerman Alrahlp Wrfleked. 1 Murderer! Twa Teara Aajo. 3 r'hlneae In.-'iH JUMmn'i Plflflj. 3 MISCELLANEOUB ? and Nflfy. 5 torlal . e . 7 . 7 . 8 flnd 9 ther . 9 i inam Ial and Marketa. io, n flnd 12 Real EfltaU . 12 ? n? .ia n?n.13 WOMAN DIES UNDER AUTO" Loses Control on Hill. Machine Shoots Into a Ravine. Mrs Laura Thompoon, of North Cald n*eIL N. T.. **a.<* killed lnst nlfrht. when nn automohilf whirh aho araa drlvini? '? mr unntanaoToaMa h<* shf attempt f-d tr, pa*--* ;, farin wogOfl on 8 hill, rraohed 'hroiiph a Ruarii rall on tho Olde of the road and londed at the pottom ot ;i rovlna ????}.t fool bolow. Mra, Thomps .n wn* cruohod under her mar-hine. Hor .ilster. Mrs. E. Doyla, the r.ther Ot-cilpont, nma thrown out. hut r-nlv alightly injured. Bhe ran to the Plne Brook Hotel, a short dlatonce awoy, and f-ummnne.l nlrl. Thr two nromon atartod from thoir hotno, <>ii Mountaln avenua, North Caldwell, last nlghl for n ppin. and hod oovered only three mllea whon the ricr-i rlent happeiied Mrs Thompson, who 44 ar- ;i \4i.lo\\. wonl t-> Caldwell fmm Now York City -ix month*- ago. PLANESTOEVADEDRYLAW Maine Sellers to Use Airships to Smuggle Liquor. Kennohunk, Me.. ?ept. 0. ' Molna llqUOr sellers ire plaliliHlC t., ;-? I'lanes to brlng liquor Into tha Btate, ri.." thol thr. eutotnobllei and power i.. iti have nol pro*r d aatlafa. torj. ow? inp to the vlgilonca if the county aheiiffa." aaya Ih* Rev, Williara F. Berry, of Waterville. Buperlntendonl of the Maine . -,-. ic Leogue. The liquor men have been at thejr (\4 its" end trj Ing tr. d< no of gettlng ouppllea, Their autbmobllea been held up on every road and i tl.e poo ? I dan not land with i corgoeo. INSISTS SHE AIDED SHONTS Lillian Russell Sticks to Story of Fronch A^cident. tjhi | |HI ace. mpanled bj her huaband, a. P. t&oort}, irri-.e,j h--re ye - terday from Bremen rn the Nonh Ger? man Lloyd llner Kalser WUhetaa def Groooe. Miss Ruooell araa bookcd -n the paoaenger "Frau LUllan Ruooell M". ? nd Bi dienung." Mi - I *?'?.?? had n "bully hoi n up in an alr Bhlp and tol.l hr.w she hound up the woundB of Theodor-j i. Bhonta when ha fHl under n train ln Frano* ln August When toki thal Mr Bhon donled Bhe attended I im Mlaa Ruooell replied: Wi ll, i dld oll right. Moytx ha haa . tten tt ln fact, I tr.l.l him n ho I waa and he thanked m< Tou know i havo been accuotomed to travel with rhorua glrla, nrho are careleaa ln boordlng trains ,,nd ;.rt- nlway gl Itll I hurt. For auch emorgonclea l ;? ? i .'irrv a ttrst aid klt." DROP 60 FEET TO DEATH AS BIG CRANE BREAKS Two Bodies and Man Badly Hurt Fished from River at Edgcwater. N. J. . ro men were kiihd ond ..ne '..ai eerlounly Injured when ;< choln oupport Ing ? crai ? i ?.. ? . lant of the Midland .,.,* ..,] i lompany, ai Edgi wati r. gave way yeatorday afternoon. Tha :. . fell alxty feet, Btrui k ?? . and plui The dead ar- Mlchael A. Bmlth, I ty-six yeara ol . >1 S 26 Wllloui avenue, Brooklyn, and Charlea i.. Nor man, forty-fl* Edgewa ? ? N J. Jamea Mi Alllati r twonty elgbt years old, of Na II EBl ' treel New \'..rk. I, ln the North Hud? son Ho pltal iu ?? eritlcal eondltlon, b it it i- believed he arill i<" over. The huge crane, thol rtoi IS feel obove the river ond la uoed to pl< k lln -,.d out of bargea, was out bt <.r.J-r, ond Bmlth, who waa a atructuraJ en? r in ii,e fn< tory, toi h McAlllster N'-rii.:.... oho are Ironoorki i . . aeveral laborere, up lo tha top t'> eee ?'n-.' araa tha trouble. Whon tho mon climbod out onto Ihi - nd of tha ehovel the heavy chaln anappod and tne Bhovol tlpped, thr,.win-,' three of them into tha river. Bergeonl Jack ..?Fr;.!! of lha Edgewater pollce, naw ihe oceldenl from -. hill .. fea hundred ;,. | ewa] Ha n w u< d Norman after k atruggle in the str .ng i urr<-nt. j.. Edgar Roberta and Dr, Hellatem, who anawered a call fdr help. falled to r<\i\<- Norman after worklng over hlm with :i pulmotor McAHlater waa taken to North Hudaon HoapltaL Bmlth'a bods araa roeoverod IMPERATOR "TO LIE UP Boilcrs and 'Millionairc' Suites To Be Replaced [B> '"tiMe ro 'I ba Trlbone i [.ondon, Bepl 10 Berlln dlopatchea thal the HanihurK-Aniencaii llner Imperator I* to be taken off oonrica in October and thal iier bollera, whlch are now .-oiintt'-.i to be Inaufflclont, wlll be changed to i ermll of the uae of oll. It w, .?-,, that the Imperator is t,- ba J(;i,, ih ii, .,,i llttoi to tha re conotructl.t t*?* bollera. it la atated ,h;(l ti, Bumptuoua "mllllonaln ?" s;,,;,f.s ;il, io be converted Into a i.,,-,., r numbi r of amalh r cablna Tll(. experiei.' the Hamburg -.merlcan I.tne with lha Inmtor haa had marked effecl ln Oorrton .htpplng clrcleo, ond Ihe policy la ..,, t? 1-mi.i amaller boata for oo tn m,,- irafflc Thi North German [?$% ? ??! .MH...n-.. h,r...tini?.ly deSded nol to build veooela of moro than 10.000 tona_ job lippIncott hurt by fall. LtOtM I Tr Aaa miasi -. N J., Beptt.-Job Uppencott, Becreury ol Btate and Com , Motor Vehlcleo, trocturod sioiier Ol nvt ? . . ona waa frartured IHE TARIFF BILL First Great Victory of the Wil son Administration Won by Vote of 44 to 37 in Senate. PRESIDENT PRAISES WORK La Follette and Poindexter Join Majority, and Ransdell and Thornton Bolt the Measure ?Throngs in G<alleries Applaud Final Vote. [Fr-.ni The Trtbure Tlnrea-i 1 Waahlngton, Bepfe B.?Thfl adminis? tration tariff bill WBfl p?aj?ed by thfl Benate t'.-da- by a vot? of M to 87. Tho President made the followlng I autemenl concernlng the pasflage of j thr hlll: ".\ nght for the poople and for free bualm aa n' l< h haa Iflfltfld a long generatton through haa al laat been won, handflomely and completely. A leaderahlp and a Bteadfaatnaafl In eoun sel have bean ahown In both houaea ofl arhlch tii- Detnorrattc prjrt: ha n ai on I .,, he v< !?? proud. There has been no j wi flkneaa or - ? ? ? > r' i?; ? n or drau Ing I i bul :. atateamanllke dln tn< and , .,.,,,: -1 . Ircumfltam - ! i ? .- ? ected with the rfovernment of tho nation a time when auch thlnga ? ould hai | nnd ?. ? orked In aaaoelatlon with men a ho could do tl ? ? ? ???fl . . . . ? . i um nr) i- form ' -,rn''' - oerg . ?: ? ? ?nd lo>*alt; to the general Intei w hi i thal la don? thlB Aral >n of thi i-"-d Coi ??' I i--1' ? I??* ?Ith an unrlvalled dlatln< tl ??I wani ? ? ? ; i. .? and untlrlng a-ork of Mr. Under. and Mr. Blmmoni and tl lated with them." Four Break Part/ LilMfl. . not of thi I" mo r I . : ? . to th- aid of ll -? majorltj al eleventh hour, all o igh Ihi Ir aupport ry lo the the bill. Pi aaldi nl wa fliki -1 hla ? '"! - '??' a* "I ind Potndextflr hfl axpi warm fldmiratloti fi r their ii I And i ? . . f Loulfllana, i ?? mo ral . i rotflatlni lo tha laal agaiaal th? ? n? ln* i bill provlding for * ? whl< h, I aaid. wo . efltroy tb? try of thi if fltati - wenl over ln tt,,. \i and ? "t- d agaim I thelr - U m ? The Surry <>f the la '?? twei n ?j... i onterding polltl. had not i ].. fore ? bargi ra made -<n the R< publli rn I '? :'-" , rati I ad ? nt. red Into ?? i ompaci aith ? fltoi from v. iflcoi to obtaln . porl paj im for hi i olnUnenl on lb< arhlch wlU i ? Thlfl ? hargfl waa on two facta; flrst, th? ?lol itioi I - ? inwi lt u.? r-4i- ? ?.?.: ball bt np* . from Ui.in" Itti ni . hai ,-?? I t| bill ni the ordi r of ra nloritj, ?nd, ai ? ond, tha tlon ol tha pn ?'?? d?nt th?t, ii. the eaat ol i van < on f, rrei foui iflll 'i'i olnl id from thi ma |oi " and threi from the minor Ity, Irreflpective of part) affUlation. Seniority Rule Violated. ,n . booiIng Benator L*a I olletta to represent Uie Benate In tha Bnal con 1,1,1, - on the tariff bill tha Demu crata violated tha rule of aeniority, Ignorini Benatora McCumber, Bmoot, Gallinger and Clark, and going to Ihe i ottom of the llfll of minority memb?ra Thi opposition to ih.- oill wlll ba n pn aented by only t\-..> Benatora, while thfl majorit) will bave Bv*. ri,. only flffecl uf thla overturnlng of precedonl wlll be tha admi?lon of tha Benator from Wioconflit. t.< th< Inner (ijuii.ii of the Democratic partj on Um Bnal adjufltment of the t.?nff bilL Thfl loap RepubMcnnfl, Benatora Pen roae and U dge, wUI not taka part m thfl ? i.iif-r. in i b, whieh will bfl left to tha Democratic membera of ihe two houaea Senator La PoUettfl sMlfltfl t.i-night iii.it hia vote for thfl Democratk bill (ioo* not indicatfl hi.s abandonmant of thfl Rflpublican party or of the cauaa ,,f protectloa H? attributei hla ai - tlon t.. an Impelling aenaa ?.f rightaoua neai In giving hia aupport t<. lha -.in tflllation of thfl Payna-Aldrich tariff law, which he dflacribefl as int.. of u < nnie. and to (ha fact tb it tba bill it tin- Dflrmocratic adtniniatration i? in .,,.. main ? protflctfra maaaura. Republlcan Benatiam, howevar, ;uh nol diapoefld tu take thli irlaa of the Bituatlon, and ll i-i probabfa that, ahould .K.-.n-ioii ertta for Um rtudjusi iiunt r.f commlttafl flflfldgntnantfl and thfl dltpotltlon of party aftalra, an af. fOTt at Last, Wlll he made t.. dump il. . Benator from W'isroiisin overboard ond leavfl blm to the maretori of the Democratic majority. "Thfl tariff MIL*' *ald Senator I?a Pollette, Ml* on ,n'' **'hol?- ? protfl-cttve i?KtMir.-. It was framfld With the pur poaa of meeting the protaetlvfl oondl tiona under whleh ti.e Amarlean maau facturan and producara hava nborad, ond it afford.- a inarKin Of protiM ti.-n. NMth tWO ov..|.ti"ns--fr4.- flrogar and fn,. Wool Th. Bfl did not ortgaMtflwlUi (o?tin..e?l on fourth pafle, "'th rolumn. ..mn Tiiuiir IN VIIEN DAYS Elucled His Three Attendants and Disappeared from His Brother's Home in The Bronx. MAY HAVE KILLED HIMSELF Family "Not Worried," but Asks Public to Find Him When Friends Fail?Had Been Despondent Over His Recent Illness. No word nf "Blg Tim" Pullivan had reached hla relatlvea and friends in this cttj yo terday. They profeiaed unconcern, agreeing, outwardly at leaat, with "Larr:" Ifulllfan in the thoory thal th.- ? btg follow" had tn. d ,.f hi Bttendanta an.i Blipped ..ff Bome where to "enjoy htmseif." i: is t. .1 daya now Blnce Y.ig Tlm'o" dUappearanri, ff-om th" home of Pat rlck H. Bulltvon, his hrotiv-. on Eaal Ier Road, Th, Bronx, and tho'igh frlenda all ovei ihe country* to whora ... mlght have gone bava been eotn munlcoted with quietly, nol an inklinsc of ins when obouta haa bei a jbtalned lf he could have been traeed tht..ugti n.. nda lha publlo would probabiy ni \, r 'mu i. a.ned of hia "i ? .,., o>nl> aa h loi ? aorl thaf th. "commltt.f hla peroon" decided t<> make the 1 ? ? ,,,''' aome newapaper reader, friend ..r ir n< t ' i'i Tlm" h ?. ndi kn m m hai ha i ? Suro He W.ll Retu.n. nol v-on ? ?! abo .'? him?" "Lorr: " Mulllgan wa aski I : i-, no," be n !?'.!? .1 ' ;; i Ight. Hi j i.-t gol lln l of .i - n a -s ,;.. .1 ofl to havi ;, good time by ? t." "Have ??.. i go-. . . -.si;. re he ? i aven't." : i B. i.: ? on -. formi i ' !or? , . uunoel, v h" la i o ini el for ? .... Big Tii , ? i n PTiday pre gain on Batur . , oaniod ? > Lon :?? other, had called ray, to talk : 1 with "Blg Tlm'i ? ' '? On Baturda* ' B a Tlm" bad laken a v .... - lawyer'a oiiici and 8 Intoi tion '?' ? ? .,., ,, 1., ,.,- . fi om an* thci d< btor, : ,,'?. i ...r Mulllgan ha I tek phonod Mr. Elllaon that tho man I ? . . ? . not bi ack. The I." \t ? Blg Tllu I hla guarda ..' hla bla tolonlal . neai Pt Ihasu Boy r.irk, tn the . t-1 Road Hi baa nol bt an heard from olnci 'I rt ind aboul the houae la ?] a.-. "Blg Tlm," lt ia , ,j ii.u ,.i 4,, ... , t -.- i,.-n he diaeppeared, hia i ? he may have 44..nden -I ii '-I he bo ame ?? <? i and i? i lahed from expooure and prlvatton. TUoro ..- aloo fear that bai? ?..niiiH"' -i - i ? ld< h,. had i.- in i nffi rli g from melancholl,. i roughl on i.> i! ? Cculd Get Mone/ Easily. "Have | ou *-? nl ? ul a pollce ...atm '' Mi E1IU on waa B "Nol at aii,'' he replied, ' Thal ? I at aii neceoaary, 'Blg Tlm' la aii right 11. ?...-, take . are of hlmoi if He had i,.. n going aboul i.;. hlm -? if pretty mu. h 08 h< i )? ? ? i. He'll lel ua kn>.w ?a ben he *-??'. n bei ?? he'a boon ?md what he'a boon dolng " "Bul hoa aboul mone) "". ??,>!;, !??? could have gol oll he wanted I-, anj number of pla< ???." "Have you boon in conaultaticn \\.ii. Mr. MulUgan over i.i:' dlaappean ??I ih, j. . , ?., i v day. "A ?? BhaiJ hejir from hlm aoon, now thal the newa popera have gol hold of the Btory." Mr and Mrs Putri. k II. BttUlvan have not boon llvlng with "Blg Tlm" ln ti..* Bronx houae for aome time. hav? lng removed t" Eaal Orange, icuuhk j thi Congreoaman ln the .ar.- of three| male attendanta ..nd a houaeki api i Ki cordlng to hla cuotom, on tha nlghl oi Auk'ist :',a, a Baturday, "Blg Tlm" aal up late playlng carda with hla at? tendanta. I'iiiall' . m the early hours of the inornlng, two ,,r tin- latter ro ;,,.,i, loaving thalr charge with the thlrd. "Blg Tlm ' and thla man had j.,__,i.. r together. an.i then contlnued thi . ime until Ihe guard doaed off ln !.. chair. Then *-''iiiiv?ii apparontly Bllpped int.. ins bedroom, packed up Bome underfclothoa an.i other betong Inga and vanlaned Whon tho guard awoke tha patlenl waa gone. ? Bi t- lagmpfc la T'. ? Tribonc i Beottle, Bept k* 't noa atated thla evcnlna ol tha bome of John W, Conot .linr-. * -1: i lt T.:n" Bolllvan'a poftnor, thal word had boon i*ooelvod of Bulllvan being ., ,.. |n__, bui tl ;.. ba ??' "" there. it \\:.i4 n>,t beltevod thal he noa to Baottlo BRYANS SUE FOR DIAMOMD Ask $100 for Its Detention by Jacksonville Poliee. Jarksonvillc. na., Bept '?- The Hec r.'tarv of atate and Mrs W. J- Bryan niod ault to-day agalnat Chktf of r>'ii>e Roach for 1100 .lamages for tho dotOO tt. n of a .>:.:*> dlamond rlng, klentlfted u th.- property of Mra. Bryan and nold by the loeaJ l'olKe I"-|urtm* nf. The mit ia set for October '>? The ruig t-au OtthOf !<'*>t. or Btolon BbOUt a year ago and recoxered hy the pollce from a negro in a hotel here. P. H. STF.RXEMANN AND HIS DAUGHTER, ELLA. IMIB1TS IN PANIC AS INSKCIOR OROWNS Three Federal Employcs Res cued When Guardrail Breaks on Ellis Island Boat. OTHERS MAY BE MISSING Some of the 500 Excited Pas sengers Say More than Four Men Were Struggling in the Water After Accident. droa nad and tl re? svrro reacued in Haa york B?y last night, ahllc flvi hundred panleatrlelt?n immiitrantJ nn tha governmenl ferrjr i?,?t i tood wafc hing the trui Ing for llfe, aflvcral hundred .-.. i th eollapfle <-f a rmr guard rai! on the lowi r deek. i Waldo, an Inspe* tor In the Immlgration I tr\ : '? UP Alb. ri !' - -? r and Brneal Btoti n-lio managed to keep afloat, aldad Thom.N< untll i- acui d '?: the ? Ml. hai I J. Coffe) (and luiiiri The men were treati ' ' 1 >r ||. ? - ?' ? H its -r, Btrei t H'.^ It wa ' ? ' trip of the d? for tha wa ! with .__?-. i rtmi nl ? mi lo) - - and , m<-( 'i. llan had ;nst - ifl to flllow a tug with two a. owa in ton to peaa whan h? hrard ?cream. and ? for I" Ip. Tl ? al .-? ?. m at thi ' ?? . flnd be? ? | ? | ; . thfl englnfl could ral bundra I feel from the atruggllng men. The ihotJta . ? lengi ?*. many of j thi ni j mmi ? ? cabln added to j ..?nt. | ..!i Mi ? llell in aignall. .1 for h.-lp and attra. ti d thi ta : ? ?*?>' had raached the ex i Mll n the polti 4- boal Patrol waa making Ita waj In thelr dlrectlon. i: tbrown to Fostflr nnd Btotenberg. who ? ' >'Nail lel McAHlater and then pulled themaelven out of the , ? . *ne .-i the dei khanda dtved for Waidu . w?i going down for the thlrd tlm? .\. ording to f* - ral of tha federal . i tha men weia laughlng at a j, ite, ond aeveral of them puihed flgalnal Waldo, wedged up agalnat tha rall, aa II gave way. Tha thn a n a u d men denled thii loal nlghl Thej taaid thej were lean Ing againai the gata and looklng out toword th< b?j when 'he;. beard Wajdo ?rive ? waumtng cry. Then the,- found thflmaalvea atrugsllng In tha water. WaHto had told iham h? wm a btrong awlmmer, bul Poater and Btotcsbarg knaa thal 0*Nell could hardly take rara of hlmeelf, ao they took turns bracing blm UP in the water untll aid arrived. r. r more than ..I. hour Captain Me i ?;. ii in had his in.-ii in rowboatfl aearchlng for any othera who ma) hava been tbrown Into the water. it wlll not ho known untll to-day wheth- r any , ther men an mlaaing Although eyewltneflaflfl <.f the a.-.-i denl weru poflltlvo thal only f. ur men were tbrown Into the water, aeveral . v ited Immlgrants, through an mter pr> ter, aaid thi rfl v.-n- more. Charlea Waldo livad fll No. ?->'.?1 K"K era avanue, Brooklyn, Hfl waa rn c-ently tranflfflrred here from the border aervlce, near tho Canadtan lme. ai bert Foater live* at No. 117 Bherman avenue, Tompklnaville, siat.-n laland; Thomflfl "I'N.-ii flt No. 312 Rflflt 5th atreet, Brooklyn, and Ernest Btoten-I berg ot No, 532 Walea avenue, Thej Bronx. The) were employoa of the Immlgration I tepartment, Danlel C. McCiatchey, treaaurer >.fj fi:. Btanley Holstlng Company, of No. 120 Waal ssth itraet kttfl iast nlghl ! i portad through Police Hfladojuartara I lhai Mlehael Gunn, on employe who had been doing work on Kilis island | yeeterday, waa mtflfltng, Hfl aald bei thought ho a*ent overboard when thej ralllng of thfl farry boat Bllla island j rave a*a] N. Y. MAN SUICIDEON BOAT Found with Bullet Wound in Berth on Sound Steamer. Boaton, S?-pt. I A man who Rave the nama of B. r Toafle, of New Tork, and I who 1. thought to have r>pent his last I cent for pmaaau* ti. Deaton, s-1i^-t htmanlfI while ohoard tha ateamflt ktaaaachuaatta, which arrived here from Naw v..rk to-1 d..v W'lirn the boat fl04 k.-.l Toblo \\na found j lylag m hla Barth wtth ?<*. buiiet in his] temple. He died ut a haspltal. * IN AS German Millinery Pedier Tells Strange Story of His Daugh? ter, Ella, Thought To Be Slain Girl. RAILS AGAINST "ENEMIES" Denies He Has Seen Young Woman in Four Years, but Admits Both His Chil dren Disliked and Feared Him. VICTIM OF RELIGIOUS MANIA Hudson Rive** Murder May Ba Cleared Through Ftnding of Man ?Other Clewi Fail. Aithough Detectives Investigate Many in Effort to Solve Mystery. peter R iternemann, the ee-enino ri-dir-r orhooa ramMinir. imr.herent let? ters to the authorttlea Inveattlgatkof lha Hodaotl River murder mysterr *>rer*j followr.] by his 'disappearatv e" ves terday morning. araa .irre*!**.! ln the r.ffl.-e of "The New Vnrk Herald" oarljr this morning n? a material wttneaa, pendlng an attempt to be made to Iden nfv the bod* aa that of hla daughtaf, ISlla Bter*"#e**na?n. Bternemann, except to e\pia;n that ho "aurmtoed" lhal the body n ighl ta that laf his da.iifhtrr. BtOOdfOOtty d*rni?d to Aooiotant Dlatr 11 Attorne: I Murphy, who examined him after hia atreet thal he ha I m M hor ln rl f,,iir ? eara, but he admltted ha intr "heard" thal she araa In aeveral placei reeently. Tius inforrnatlon came to him. he sairt. from "enomleo" who arern peroecutlng th* Btornaraaan family and nrho were trytng ,ri "^atlngulah'' hld relatlvea." Bternemann went to Hobe-keo frotoj his home. ot Wo. IM CMobe avenue. Jamaica, r.ot-K laland, yeaterday, la . nmpany with a reporter for Th. Trlb* ?ine Tho au'd Qetl'.on mllhnery pedier 4vns foond al hla hotne, wtaw be hid tn ? r-nfurnamed i-oeenn, oa day morning by a Tribuii rtporton He had - ol.ie tn t 1 30 O'CtoCk in th**. mnrninj*. .-.ftrr a lons: round of I Ualnool calla In Tha IJrotir, orhore k< feathera an.. mllllnerr trlmmlnga ta amoll r. tailers. Becoma Greatly Ag.tated. ?a/hi n he a aa '"i'i tl ot -719 visitor Bternomant became great!*/ agitated. lt was explained that 11 w.is . taary for khn to go t.> the morgue in Hoboken to trj f" Wetitlfy the tor?*o of the slain girl, and arheu Ita pr rpect of the tr.p ?a- roallaad be begajed for water, complainlng of falnttng - r.--. Ived 01 d th B.ipani- 1 The Trlbune repor*or ta Meyer*a Hotel, at .'.-l and vVaahington ctn ata. Ho* boken. in b roo*n -if the hotel he rehearao*| at great length and prltll man- i itfl** tiuns .1 long, olmoot n*3n-uir*fleratand** bie a- ount of mony troublea and per* Bocutiona arlth arhlch ha said ba hai been afRfcted. in nona of hia Btato mentti however, would be aaj that ne had aoon bla da ajbtor Ella nn * 'hi ran Bwoj from him four yeara ;.??'>.?' \vh> n h ? had Bponl moot of tb d in his mbllng Btory ba Bral ospi ,, dealra to go to Volk'a morgue, and then immodlotel changed bla n.md. The ordeal, be tho ight, would 1 a too n.u. h fi r hlm without a reat Ho ??..;.!-. .1 ins "enomleo" had fotlowed him to the Hoboken hotel and knalatod that be go to Newark. H< wa? .1 . ordirB?:/ ' accompanled to a hotel in Newark. when he t'.naiiy beenme L-onvinced that thr- beal plan for htm waa lo communi cote with the pollce. Bternanaann'a mother and father, both of wbom .(d arhlle Inaane, wer A.aM* tion Hernian:-. and Ster-Kinann t as i.orn ln Germany ftfty-oeven yeara aga. \ccordlng to ins atory ta haa b-a'.-n peddllng feathera ar..i mllUoary trim mlnga for thirty yeara. ?'Aii my life." Bteraenaann sa:d ye? torday, "i have b^-en arorrtod by my family troublea and by my daughters. it ls far thla roaaon that 1 thmk my daughter has < ome 10 boobo rMifortunatn end. if ata haa yot Into bad handa it may l.e that it s better that she m dead. It would ba a Uessing if she were r.ot to i-*. paraacntod by tha en rnm-s who have fotaghl IM aii" Says Daughter Feared Him. Bternefoaaa sam that he had not se.-n his daughter Blnoa ehe was em? ployed in tho home of Mrs. Kimly Bchaoffer, at '.'.'Id atreet and Tn.rd ave nue. four :? eara ago. She ran away from there. he admltted. because sho did not want to see him. and feared him. for some reason Stcrnemanu could not cxplain. She then went to the home -. f hia half-brother. Henry Sternemann. who lives at No. IM North Terrare. Mount Vernon. N. Y. This broth? r, Sterne? mann said, would not tell hlm where I i? daughter li\ed. and from that time, he said, ta has not seen her. From other sources, usually through his other (laochtar, Etntna, now m the Kings Park State Hoapital for the ;n sane, Sternemann says he learned that Ella was employed by Mra. Wlttalcef North, who then lived at Metropolitan 10 EFELLER'S FLATS And. by the Way. John D. Is Reapinq a Harvest of Dol lars as Builchr. NEW LAPJDLORD POPULAR But, of Course. Some Others May Become Jealous?Still, Why Should the Oil Man Worry? i .? d Ra kefeller ha - proved him jifif to i>- on? of tha moflt *nr>'*a*f'.\ of the nower landlorda in thla elty. Hla bflchelor apartment houaa at N'n- H ? .itii atreet, n-hich araa opened r0r tenancy t--> montha ago, already is .ni .- splendid paylng ba la Only a foA. ?,_.. oma an now unoccu pted. A more popular flpartment houoe "f ???., ,-!n< i i? wouid bi hard to flnd, and l * - fuat the kind of a Btru< ture that Ita .a ? Intei ? d ll to bi Just eaval of tb< the Unlveralty Cluh,; occupying a plot wltl i frontaga of IOO feel on Klfth ii enui. and '}<*? by is the upper Kifth avenue ahopplng ? tlon. Within a phort walk of tha prop? erty fllao i ? the prlndpal hotel, theatra md railroad centre or the greater clty. t'P t., ,; iti !.,? -? f th< leaaeea of thla bflchelora' paradiae are membera of tho L'nlverwity i 'lub, ai d thi refore tha bulldlng may ' :'ll 'iS *n ":,n* ,,, \" , f thal club. Threi nea tenanta for thfl houae wflre obtatned yflflterday, wh?n William .^. White <v Bona, who ;\ro th<- agenta for Um property. rented ,,r roomi ' ? J?mi i McCoah Maarli. John Baro roft, ir. snd Henry r. Parrnelee, all well known bachelora. ytv i i. une Um ou ner of ihn sir.- on which th.- bflchelor apflrt menl houfle itanda aeveral yeara ago, I thra itened to over ahadow the nea ' oma oi hla aon and hla own home, on the aoutherly I .. ,,. tha atn et. Por manj : ? ara No ll We?t BM waa owned ?nd occupled b) ? s. Klnne) n w?fl rumorad a ahort tui.-- before thfl Klnney estate lOld ti,.- 1. llgh H< li-.-rt .\. aii Rockefeller that e ? iting '?' bi - ,. the i ? ? -? aaor of tha property. -, .. Kinm ? ??'?? propi rty waa fn a reatrii tlona, and Mr. K.? ki f> Hei loat no time In aignlng i>i-s nama t-> % 4 ontrai i to bu) nt a prli.- aaid to he confltderabl) und< r MeO.M i;.\i , n r. all a ?pral - ra > eflterday aald Hr. Rockefeller m.-.d. ? profltabM Invc Imenl and that hla purchase would aid ln pofltponlng for some yeara a bualneaa Invaalon of the atreet Mr. Rockefeller has apenl $100,000 or more ln tranflforming Um Klnney house Into fl Blx-fltory bachalor apartment houbv. -Not only ia the cntrance homt like an.i attractive, but Um Interior ar rangementfl of th>- auitea of rooma ara auch oa to bi tn"-"1 pleaelng to faatldl nantfl. Tho apartmenta consiat of two rooma and bath and rent for ap? proxlmately $1,000 ? year. Bulldera, II wm aaid, long ago found out that .'Sl.?"^", ?' year was the top notch price that bachelora wera wUhng ,,, poj for ch ? ? '- i of rooma in well located propertle*. Mr. Rockefeller haa not tii*tl t*> ahow thai the bai helor fraternlty woa wlll? Ing to pa) mon . and thla probably waa one of the reflflona f..r Ma quick Buccaaa ln tha real e?taw fleUJ. Hlfl tenanta) it was aaid yflflterday, may h<- ao wull aatliflad u-lth their Burroundlnga that they wlll fall to Join the ranks of bfltM dkta FIRE AT SALISBURY BEACH Church, Six Hotels and 150 Cottages Are Burned. Baliflbury Beatcb, Ifaaa, Bept 9t? Thli Bummer resmt wa>> sw.pt by tire lat-- to-day end ? church, aix hotels and 180 cottagei were destroyed. Two hundred thoufland dollara' worth ot property waa wipad 4.ut, Includlng niuch of the central part of tho rtsort. The Cuahlng Hotfll and its annex, whleh contalned -'.,M' rooaaa, was the princlpal bulldlng buraad, Th? .vtia,. ti. Hou which bad -,M) rootns; (,'as trat Mona, Hotel Lclghton, the Nflwarh Hotel and Hotl I COOMt, having n ca pa< Ity of from thirty-five to seventy tive BU'.sts flach flrera the other hot.-la ,], troyed Thfl Kauaot Ltioek, a busi neflfl building; Um rostofrice building and the I'lnllips Bazaar . ruiiihlid DO* fore the flflfflflew, Which fllflO dflOtroyed pevaral of tha bjeach atu^etloraa Th* Bra aUr-rted In ? ihutographor'-* ptllflTt In thfl Cuahlng House. and was iinmediately followt-d hy an exploslon of Bfljfldl powder. Many of the guett* lo.st all of their behmglngs.