Newspaper Page Text
and Churr-h avenuoo, Rlchmond HW,
Long laland. Later ta though! phe workcd in a thoatrical oostumer's es tahlishment. and may. he thought. have gone on lha stage. Nine months ago. he said. Emma told hlm that through his Frother. Henry, she learned lhat Ella was in Nov: York City. Where the .lamrhter was li*-ing,| Sternemann said. Henry would not say. j nnd Pternemmn did not try to s.-ek further for her. Nine weeks ago. in the vicimty of j 146th stier-t and Eighth Hvenue. where tho pillow Bllp ln Whlch part of the hody was found was pnrehased. Sterne? mann aald, ta iaa a "googly eyed fel low" wltfe n girl who he thought was Ella. Last week he returned to the same neijrhhorhood and aaw the "goog? ly eyed fettow" in a ahoa store. Sterne? mann admltted thal ta fraquantly was at lEghth avenue neer 146th etyeet oell Ing feathers. Ut' his actlona In the laat week Bternemann is only aure that he went ?iy all over the upper east and west Bldea of Manhattan, and through Brook? lyn an.i Queena, on his per-dllng rounds. Until Thuradaj bi llvod al No. M Ollve street. Brooklyn, bul had bet-n put out for nol paylng hla rent. Moves to New Home. Through a German newopape* he fommmuccited with Mra. Mathllda \\"<i.-.--- ln whoai ai Na 111 Olota ' atreet, Jamaica, Bternemann laal Uved. n. moved mto hla now home Thuraday r.'s-ht. bringlng with hlm greal quantl ? i,., of chea flnei ? ? Iron atove, two Iy podlocked boxea and houoohold furniture. ln Whlch were inrluded a | ap Iron bedotead and a plne table. Prlday he peddled, nol returnlng] until late at night. Baturday he went to Manhattan -nnd worked .-long Thlrd UVenue, and WhllO there sent the letters to t hlof of Pollce Haya and Volk, tha undertaker Early Bunday morning, he said. he gol up and waahed oui a pair of trou aer**, a ihlrt, underclothlng, on oid tabio rover an.i n burlap Lac Then he ; ainted thi labli and bi dati ...l arlth o lilte enomi l paint. His only explanation for paintlng th** table and tadatoad waa thal they were "dlrty." Then were no stains, hf* ln sisted. whlch hi n al ed I.n.-.-al. and his desne to have tl,- m "clean" was In preparatmn for the homecoming of hla daughter Emma from the aeylum. He added lhat h>- dld nol expect Kmnia home for more than a month. Hla explanation ol hia waehlng of the clothoa waa Bimllarly Indeflnite, Al? though ln ha,l aeveral other pairs of troiisers. he said h> wanted to wear the portlcular pair i - had waahed. The l.urlap oag, he sa..i, had been "dirtled" i .oniact with ti-..- Iron Btovi and be cauae it bad contoined shoes; and the tableclotb, whl h wm nrorn to raggod nr-ss and was of ? ? " said, he wtahed to preoervi in order t.. oell with his hat trimn: . As told ln Thi re were . I ln bla room a quantity of millim-r'a wire, aimllar t<. . that whli 1. waa a I Ihe n torsr.. a coil of 'lothea r..;.-- Idi i / aa rdm ar to that i enn r.,p tbe - two butchera' knlvi b, - - but Bllghtly dulled, an-i a cai hlael, v itii bo* rral nicka in th< Vaque in Statement**. Bternemann al Bral had read* expla? nation* for the poeMBWion of ea< I. of the ? and afterword becama rague h ment* Thr. -.. ,rf. __? up liefore ??hr- wenl to the hoapltal two montha ngo, h" had no BP4 > i .1 n as>.|. for hai - ins: tho rope, whlch wi l n>-t inwound; whlli the aaw, knlvea and i hi"-?!. hi aid, he had bougbl Bve I anontha ago, li ition thal some1 tim'- :i! the f .in ? h< woul i go on a farra and would need theoc toola. While he had boon houoekeeping with 1:toma .-. ? N .. ~~t Ollve Btreel l- foro she wenl to ' ri aald, he never i i.ad occoolon to uoe either i ? il her knivea or th :.-. When it was Buggeated thal ln his I'onriiiioi. of p'' ertj th. purcha ' ihe evpensivA artlclea w.is a foollah ona, Bternemann replied thal '<r- was - too poor to buy thiriKs hc needed. Bternemynns rooma wore crowded with old lettera, boxea of nallllnery, ?r frlclea without apparenl value. and hun dreda of odds arid enda which ta ind gatherod looooly together. Beveril ?Blblea ..nd extracta theroft*om wera found. Bternemann aald he woa a d vout Catholic. ?'i waa too Btricl with my girlo." ha f-Rld. "and when they <lid wroaig and I reprimanded them they would get an j^r-y wir:. ne, Thal was wi, they tui**tV<i againal me i" go arlth ta) >?-? - ond wlfe, from whom i Boparated. That woman w*d them Into troublo she is dead now. bul her influence ???. tl.e girls has mad.. most of my troubles. I often OCOlded Ella for ho bag wayward knd trlad t.. teacl bar religion." Thro mi eraation a Ith 'i ta Tribune repo* ter yeeterday Bt< rni -niann waa unable to anawar any i tJOTI WlUlOUl th*. Iritorjeitioi, of iml> rmnt and incomprohenalble stati men; ma apooch was thal of a man * ith ihe thought of i.onstant opprooalon preylng upon bla mlnd t<. the extenl that ta could think of little otae. If the touch of Inaanity arhlch runs throuth his family haa not taOfl mani fested in him, his n-inatks about his "onemteo" aho*w unbaJanced though'. j He accuaed every one <>f whon, ba -. ice of havlng ohoated hlm out ,.f money, and he thought a band of itn: - ians was folkrwlng him, paid by 8 man with whom he quarrolled after leading th.- man money. He aald that probabiy th" poliee were abieldlng thoae who ??ere irying to "exterminate" hlm, aa ipreoaed it. Held Daughter's Money. His money affalro, partlcular!y arlth two Buma of li*-4- each. lefl to hla -daughters by his Bral Wlfe, of which j -he was ihe truatee, were tangled aad hard to occount for. The mone-. Wao] depooited in tbe Qermanla Bank, In New Vorl . he aald. When the man ta ?tentioned wlahed t<> borroa the mooey, Bternemann. h?- aald, wltboul daughter*-' conaent, wlthdrew all but $3 gnd gav< the man IM. The reat, memann ...id-d, h< uaed to "?P? u late in featbi I Ella. the daughtw. he thinku, waa identlcnl with the girl WhOfla hO&f ^an found, never asked h'.m for any of thla money, Sternemann sa'd WMM hr kncrw that iha wofl reportad to be in want and had been put out of aeveral plaofla, ho odmita thal np nevag" rni"'M ony nttempl to flnd her or pay her nny of th. money which wa? tatruflted to him. Why sho had nof Oppealed to him for as.t.tance he could not under atand. For year?, he said. h. worrie.l about tho disappearance of Ella. hut while he wrote letters to the police whenever ? woman'fl body waa lound he never went to a morgUfl tO try to iuentlfy it. Hc Btayed away frcm the Hoboken morgue. hfl said, bflfOUOfl he dldn't want to tAkfl the trouble unles* there was sonte chanee lt might be his daughter Mnybe I made a mistake." he said. "but I dldn't wnnt to spend the money. Ot . ourse, lt cost me 80 Oflntfl in po.t nu<- stamps, bul I COUldn'l spend the time frum my millinery business." i ? BITER BIT AND BAITED Tarrytowners Jibe Pound Mas ter Who Had to Kill Own Dog. Tnrrytown folk nre IflUghlng at what they consider a ftroat Joke on William Martin. potmd mflfltl r. Martin's pet dog wflfl allowed to mn free, alUio gl there is a quaranUnfl in foroe. 0)eorge Helke, a dog catcher, picked it up and took it to the pound. When he learned lt was Martin's dog, Hfllkfl Bflld hfl was no reapectar of peraona or their doga, ho Martin had to klll it Tho jok.-- is being enjoyed moflt '?> those who lost thelr doga in the i waj and have no Bjrmpathy for pound master. The- coiudder that H.-ikc aq ian -i a *--.. ..! many a f.n.i are not apartng ln poking fun at him. U. S. MINISTER HASTEiMS TO SANTO D0MING0 J. B. Sullivan Armcd with Some Emphatic Remarks for Revo lutionary Consumption. T: i aaa B u Waahlngton, Bept f.- Ia rlew of tha d?? turi- .1 altuatlon ln Banto Domli ? . ]-:. Bullli ?:? ti- new American Minister to that republic, and i ' ? x' Hath ; way, american Conaul ol Puertfl I I ? Waahlngton haattly to-day for thelr Th? two ofnrtala went to K y Weat. Thenee tha to to Havana, .'4n>i .... ,. pll. B i. tweei) ' aba and Banl D ::. | T il i* thp ihorteal posaible route. if th<- precedent efltabliahed ln tha ..f Mexico li foliowed In deallng wltb thi Dcmtnlcan revolutlonlata, reeognltlon w'i' ? ?-< i?nlted BUtea, ??'?? n l? . -.....? of n. ??-'?' throw of the l der thr pm rai gmenta i i i aiderabli | of th. < uatoma co li . I ' niti d 4-hi. ; agenta In j-'an'? > Domlngo . r t-. 'li- tltutai - t tor But if tha revolutl i I ? ?d. hi,d rcco?i:itlon wera wll I t>,p gte.1 Department ? ild ? ..f any rwrtlon "f thi [t tfl 4 V ' l,Y*n Wl" makfl 1 vi i '?" t . ? tlonlata in tha north of Ba l ?-?? U. S. GUNBOAT FIRED OiM Chinese Shell Aimed at the Quiros?Apology Immediate - ? Bton, Bepl. I have ? Na*- !" ' ' ;1 ' ? ? ' ? f.,| r.n by 1 ' ? tfo-' 'ho*. ? ln thfl H and at w. wl ere thi atoi i r, ioti d !-? 'i a.'. rl an Con tho gunboal Qutroa one of the Bmalleel of American waral , . ? i.nvoy thi Mei-An M h< i d< aUna ? "i*11.- ? ?',... 'how ? ? ? eapect even f..r p gunboat, and he let fl a ehell ai the Qutroa Tln wai Bhlp ? ? bi ?; and Captain Hannlgan, commandlng the w-i ros, \-.ent ai hoi ? pofll hai ti I di ? an explanatlon. He *??* vlgoroua aboul lt. ioo, aud ln- obtalned a moal complet. . ? (Bi ar who lir -J thi Bhot Bt tha Qulroa would ? . rj< d Bhi K"t ;. aalute of twenl . iddlt ? ? tha apologj Later on thr- head offlcei of the Btandard 011 Company In Bbanghal re I a li tti r expri ng 1 reg el of it thi . o-i how forta al II t faet that ? j dui worahlp had bei n (Ired on. MRS. HOLT HANGS HERSELF Granddaughterof Ex-R.R. Pres? ident Ends Life in Sanatoriura. 1 rll Ul* .] Btamford, Conn., t'ept, I. Mra. Hfllan Bulkley Holt, dlvorred wif'- of I>orsay iiolt, of Ni w Vork. and daughter of Madlaon .--. and Ro. I i Mlll, neei Hartford commltted aulcld. by hanglng reaterdaj af ti-- aanatorlum of Dr. P, H. Barnei Btamford. sii. d to the aanatorlum three ?? > < i ago on petitlon ol her bi r-r. .losppii i: Bull 1- o Rocl Hlll flnd No. 2 Rai lar atreet, .'>?? York, who al? iii.it ahe waa a dtpflomanlae. For ? .I weeki ahe had llved ;>t the Toke iii ki- Inn, ton, 1 !onn. i >r Barnea aaid thal Mra. Holf had hanged beraeif t<> Ihi doorkn >b ?l ? room u hile I" .- nurae \\.-is ab ? M.s HoH'a gtandfatber araa for many prealdenl of thi Kau Haven Rail? road Bhe waa man l< d i" i toreay Holl m New Vork on Aprll If. IM1, Her hua :.-s llolr, of No Ith atreet, Bbe araa divorced , f ten yeara ago, and ainco then/had brooded eeldom apiiearing in publlc. w.is thlrt) -ta*o ? - an old PEARY NOTE FOUND IN NORTH Rccord Lctt in Cairn Twenty Years Ago Retumed to Explorer. Important racarda ?.f Reai \.i' Peafl lefl bi a cairn at Na\\ I'lift, in Oreenland, twanty .'??av. ngo. were re? turn. -I t>. hin. yflfltarday by Kaud Rai ? n. ihe l.miisii explorer, through Un ?-'iviriiiii.nl 0f Dfliunark, atcyrdnu, Ifl Oenflral Thomaa H, Hubbard, praflident i.t the Peei l Aretle i 'lui> Peary left the record, the raacflBid to be .!-..]. i.i the northen?t flOflat of Oreenland ln July. IM, alth a requaai arritten In aeveral Iflnguogen that us Under notfl the tima :.n<i plac. ..f dlaeov ? -.j foi aflrt II i" i.nii in \$U tin itra! >.i Paary*a raoorda v?ra found by Captain ?' P. Koch In th.- axtreme traorth .-f Oreenland, whera Peary had left then Ul if/* T OT SEEN IN RIVER Boy Makes Grewsome Find Off Staten Island Shore, but Runs in Terror. PILLOW SLIP IS TRACED DeRler Tells of Woman Buyer, but He Sold One Also to Man Not Regular Customer. Tho police now beilere they hava en I thnt th" slayr of th. yonns: tvom Bn whOflfl torso waa found on the New .T. raey bank of thr- Hudson Rlvr-r bflgan to diapoae of the body en early a*- Thure 'i'h?\- aot thla opinion wh?n l : tii" atory of john Reld, a young ittan boy. Detective Charlock, of County r*ro e cutor Hudflpath'fl onlce, ln Jeraey Clty, found the boy Bl hla home, at Ko th avenue. Touna RHd told the de? tective thal whila be V4??. Itehlng off Krelecherville, Btatea Tslnn.l. on Tl day afternoon, hi aaw Ihe aralp of ?> woman floattng ni th<- arater. v--t knowlna whal II waa, ha raached for it. bul .ii aflalng It cleae nt hnnd he ? ? ar it back fn horror. He daaeHbed lt I the entire m all ol a woman, long, dark brown hair aboul ? teen Inchea I Thla arould correflpond arith the deecrlp tion of th. hair of Btern.m?nn*fl d?ughter whi '. th-- fflthi : fl< ' r1""' M broa n. Tha boj aald thal when ho learned he he rowi d back to tba ahore .-.n-i toM hla Btory to An i edtb whom ii ? i ' ' not . itui night, h it othi ra m thfl houi aald 1 I not heard of the i.... r ? < v.. .-? told bj naa ? papenhen Whi n Inspecl 'aui the . orden d a pollei l lunch to Ihi ? n earch waa Infltll ii it th. aealp would be found. The locatlng ? md 1 and ' i nltura Btori al M7th atn .. B.pl. I ? ?? orgi Ba arhera t*-1-" plllowi with tb ' ' ? thr. t\v ,. i i rl rhaaed, cauaed the police to make a hl orl ood I'rniii; i:. Beanel and William ("harlock, tectivea from 1 ty 1 to h . . a of l al police an Inrllned to nt ? n.ighborhood ol l \ ; oil. ? ofb Ial * ' ? ? I rk 1 ? f.renl ... , | n .... : ,;tif-.i ln New .- ol Bhad)alde, whi t of the torao ?- . rhe ofl i ,.t Inclined te glvi ? Sold Brown Moth P.iper. inother 1 ' ? I ? ? ? er 11 y o p| ? I hav> ? Hke I ? n wrappln tbe I le a man i Thfl awhal lhan I I Olll <?? 4- ? . whether I . , ?. .. ? ?' the inaki 1 l>- 1 Int ? | ' ? ? da, and In hla Bhlrl ' ? . terda ? . rui rrton '?' H. B. H ? th av.nui. a bli h . ad l ?.. | ? feet 1 .. pounda. 11 II ? hurrti d l without i I I ive tl arrai r--i up. Whii t ? ir ikfln of the p?p* raa .. ?.. rnoon II aall water would bteaeh lt thi d aot ?ey. The flndlng oi fai baa n to anything tanglb Ba I I ?? don ii of 1 Ihe 1 Rod< rark. Two of ? ?. . ? ?. i me ii-- rfl. man ihi ? ng to a mldd whom ii- <>?>? i '-"i knoa. for Rl cenl . i, made the | e of a doaen .,-- t,. pilio. ? from the Newarb nrra be .Id ten i lllowa In all. , i t, . nam< and addi ? i ? of f these purcha ? Beven of them were i iund. i ul none had the pilloa ln B tbe poll.? ? ? Inti reati -l Tl ? elghth Ii a Japenee. named rlaekl, ? moved fr-in So KI Wflat 146th atrael two montha ago H? la now llving aomewher. ln ? r .ii,i; hed room ho iai ln \\ i ? t Uoth atreet [... ... i? !,. . i i ,i he "'-i tii" tare | loa with the fam tii king tn al I recall thal om aaa the mlddl.-eged woman, bul bli memor a blank i lo I ? purchaaei ..f the .< <? orfld Fcdse Clewfl Run Down. jirnrf-. of deteetlvei al work In each or i.r borougha were bendlng all their aner .. t.rdd-. Urrward unravalllng the myatery No leaa aeaJoua ware tha police ,,f Bergeo and ilodaon oountifla ln Haw Nothlng ol any real valua araa dlecoi , red, and tb i ;?? ' ' P\ bu ?? run i ing down ffllae i li The N- ?? l"ork police are now Inehned to the theorjr thal the girl waa murderad ln New Jflraey, while th.* pollefl of New j, rm ? ..,- th? .riiin- waa eoramitb d Ifl UflW V'.rt. Ai Poliea Headriuaitei ? ln thla ,-it leat nljthl one high efflclal Mld ba bflllavad tha . . ?i thfl murdi' ?m i" New J- raey ii,. weuM not glva bl ?? ? Inapactor Fhurot ln charg* of the Bu ,,f Crimlnal Identlneationa, rr- ehred . i over tha tfllephoni flt noon terday. v i ,... p|ce flhnounced thal Blla Bternemann mlghl be found concealed In a houae at i"r. h Pond, Long laland, M Um police would diaplay a HttM anergy. After Baylng the girl mlghl be found at Ruth men'fl bakery, at No. iiH siu-er atreet, the man hung up the raeelaar. it wia found oul latar that the m%n telephoned from "Harlem Uf," flnd tb4 po ea lay they laaraad thal bla nama wai A, A Bcbaffer. Inape tor F*fluroi oom?j munlcated wltb the police al Preab Pond, and Dfltflcttva V?n Wakteraateln, of the Olendala avenue atatton, made an toojulry. At Ruthman'fl hakeiy th. owner aald Ella Sternemann was not there. but that she waa employed there two years ago. He said she wae a pretty girl end very corisclentious ln her work. but that she dectded t,? leave an.i try lo flnd eaator work. Bhe foi n plaaa ln a siik min ln tha oelajhborhood, but found tl.e work -v. d bardar, and left after two daya. Charged Girl Waa Poisoned. Srhaffer went to the bakery >esterday morning without coat or hat. dislie\elk-d .-?;,l treatly OSCltad, ftuthman said, and r. ,-usod him of keeping the Sternemann girl sh.u up ther.-. Buthman put hlm out This was only ono of a number of fhlaa j leada raoarred by th ? pollce. The pottce at We? hawken wera ln fOI rned over th" telenhono last nlght that ? trunk eontalnlng tu.- beod aml onna of n WOman bad hien wasi.td a.-diore at Bhadyatde, where ti.e flrst parl of Ita torvo w is found. Tl,.> poli. e placed no eonJMence in t'n.< Information, for they kncw a water logged trunk bad boon rylng on th.- beoch ?>' that point Mr more than twe Lleutenant Kennell ami *ent to Inveatl Kate and aii he foond "^* tne trunk he expected lo Bnd, arHk nothtng bul water ln tt. Another "tip ' eame from Bpring talley. N v ijom there the Weehxwken pollce recelved .- poetcerd Blgnod tin. Blole Tboma it said Mra Tboma*e daughter Lulu aloped win. a dentkrt'a h-iper ?>f Hoboken ln Jun*. Hra Tboma aold she believed tho murdered ajtrl whuae body ia ln Volk'a morgue was ber daugbter \ detoctiva araa aenl to f-primr Valley, irhera t-.e found the rnother bad bulll her ., ti-.,. idoa that there was ? ilngla . the left Bhoulder of the mur> ? i "onia.n \ man called up Volk'a morgno in the afternoon and aald hla name w.is Ander ?-,., He aaked for a deoeriptlon .->f tha body. iie would not pive any partlculara ..f hlmaelf, bul aald be wouM riolt the morgue this afternoon at i o'clock He trticu'arly anxloua to leam aii ? : o pilloa flip with the embroldered "A," whi. h was used bjotha murderer to wrop "P one parl of I There wen two vkdtora al Volk'a morgae ? ? ? aaked <o so,- tho i . ... ,,c ., irell dreaaed aroman, ? nn from ono ,f tho ? . the body ??r ?"r thal of a n : *nd. ,, isitor ??? i. i woman of eigbty. wh? aald she va* Un. Connoro, .?f \. m Weal lith atraet Moi ,-;..;., lughti r. Mra. M Galee, ?? old, bad boi n ? oi ].. - mltted the rea ?'"', n'? . i aromon a aa nol m ?? ?? F.nn .five yeara ol I Look for Red Automob.le. -,..;. ' "V thOl , .-,rK Krtdai morning a ' loi k oi ? ? .,--.... into a aai ?' ;??'', ni to tbe beaeh at Bl t a potnl . ? . , . r tho toi There wero three i , -. a have almeorl ? on ofl ? but oa yet boi ted I l lt 1 l ? of i >?...- ? ?? ? . ? li ? ..... v ... ? nl neor ' I ' ' . . . ? ' <-d th.m fl 1 ' ' ? ? ? ?m% ' arenld . -. ? t ? ? ? ? .. ? ? ? ordered an Inqui .... ..... . tho lefl :.??:?.: ? i the . ould ' \lt; ? . ? nt 1 nnette Oen< - Noi .??*.: murder rlctlm, by Mtroe p expert*, I arlth Prlnci i motl ln -i lllndu k*orh Bl ?'? i alr Bhe . ;.s I ikl ti tl '? ? ? . . fr ? nda In New York Bw - thej bon ? Volk'a ... in i |ol ol I'rl. no ? i ? | July 4 ? ...?:,,;? toi to i " ber aia t, i and co ... .,ii.,; ;..4.> 44. ? ka, i . ,-i. he 1 oardi -i al ? ? t| 4'. ith I'i InC lr-rnail nuarlv two in la dolng i levltatlon lllyalon a t TO WORK AGAINST FIELDER Wittpenn's Friends Predict Victory for Katzenb-ich. i i: I ??, ine.1 ton, N ?' IV ol I ,\ir. doa I t.. v.) ai . ie t ..r the M ittpenn mon are i" ing io do al the en idns P Imarli ? ? dlnpelied to-da! when .-. number of the forroer Jeroe* City Mayor clooeot frlonda predlcted the nomlnotlon oi i-'nu.k s Kotaonboch, the antl-Wllaon candidate, f..r . lovemor. ' Oio of tho . \> ho dld the predlctlng wai a manaajer ..t Mr Witt i ? .i i"..iii, for .,o\erncr. ii,.. VVIttpcnn meii moke no ..... ..i t1 . facl fi..t they ere angi) al Prei Idei i w ii on for proctlcollv eompelllna witt . ? mi to .. t oul oi .... r . ? i . lovi rnor rprning oul In fav?n ot l-'i. d< . W hlta Wlttpenn hlm elf malntaim thal he wlll supporl Kieldar In deference'to the I'r, I d. tit'n w i h.-. hla frli mf hai ? told hlm ? .. ? ? :i .lo aii the* . an to d. fi -t Now thol i'" Kataentnach men on i ?? of th. ii'poti oi ti,.. \\ hi. i>. un tn. n, Ihey nn . lalmlna that Mr. Kutzenhach wlll win the tioinlnatlon al the prlmarleo two weeka from to-day Bo far pa .-..ii be learned their hopeo ..r.- nol unfounded, for In pretty nearly .-\.-r> ? tl ? i,i.. oul -nl.- .f Hudaon, th< Kotaenhach sentlmeni among tha i. i.k and nin of the Democrata la atrong. \ ittnei n a i - ?' itrong nupporter of ii,,. I'resldeni witen hi wa Oovernor of New J. WANT DAREDEVIL CHAUFFEURS. The Hlnf*odrome rnanagemenl kaa ln. BortOd m the n<wspapers an adverll-o Bing fof tha Barvleea >.f twenty* five dnredevll ihaulTeur.s, who will take chancoe a? "alternateo" u. th,- m ane la tne Orand CSanyon of ti... Colorado, artara an automoblle arttk four oecnponta tnrna ? Bomeraaull and tumblea it.to ihe tank arlth Ita buman friii-ht. Tbe . chaufTeura, arta have lo per fer in thal pcrilloui :-.tiint iwlee a day, noturatrj muvt t.iko h rest diirin.: 80800 Of the BOB* forn.ar.ces, and it ls thcrefore iieccssai y to have ?alternates" in readiness. THI I Animal from Jersey Keeps Matadors, Picadors and Cowboys on Jump. =?OLICE SPOIL SPECTACLE ren Thousand Reveller3 in Steeplechase Park Beeame Excited as Law Offlcers Spread Their Net. Tho bull, from Jors.y, Bktrtfld thfl rtBg nitb bIow and nialaacholy atep. ? '. hflfldfld r.ot tho eomplimflntfl of lh? ?? lor? Ita. on tho -|de llnes or tho ancouragtng rummonflflfl of tba apangled matadora iiif. aad, kindly old face wore an exprefl* 4ion nt' m!nplod BlflgUflt nnd nharri ? ll he could hava apokfln hfl arould hava aakt: 'Thls in not llk.- MeXlflO." One matador, more daring than the reat, thraw a Mardl Oraa tkaaua etraamer over his horn- and brokfl th.- arilmal's renmin m? n"iiso of aelf-reapeet. He turned tall Md dr-.v.- his h'-fld into tho WOOdi tlementa of tha nr. m. iiko ? well ragu lated head*on colllaion on tiu- New Haven. Tha animal aank wearlly to tho ground rh.t aettled It In order to preventabuli nd the attendanl gloom 11 miKht hi over the unconflned |oy of the - ir ilral the aul terfei arraatad avenofl ? i ' Ipantfl ln thfl gory apec acl?, and Coney latand'a Brat bull flght . nd A . v.,f>ii na thr 1"; I wp; t down throo leaped ini aa and llagnoeed hia condition They found him >|o.->4llnsr nr th" DOfli led .. bulle* tn to thal iptaln Mui i.i.v. >.f ? ? ini i Tboma ? I r ? i. i ij i ? of th ?' ?'""'? t ? for the I lon of < rui it to Anim lb . and Tl ? ii hi i. of tii<- H-; Boclety, lon un i arreated four plcadora, two mat tdora, two cowboya and the Bteeplechaae i.?. nl ? I ol fl bo i i layi d ? pei l ln i nlbltkm. Tba i rii nera w? ? batrgi d a II h ?? I g ~, , . Of tb I'.-i.ai I ''-d ? .- of animal on and ' -??.., ked up ln thi ? ? ? . i ? ed thla ln afagleti it. .\t-11 ili ? i Rnrique Robl lar, who bad tha audaelty to tackle tha ,;j!i, m,i thi ??? ? oi Uia parl ? bfl made bl ? aa apa Ha eluded l i( the i va ? ? i : ? on I :..? ,rk, a hi. ii w?a aurroundi I ? ? ? ! -.- . ' ? ? ..... -. ? .- Herbert 1 ? .rr.-' rti ireet. and / 11] n. ..il I ? ? ward i. -.' ii I7i treet ? , , ? - ?? . ? | I .. lot of ten II . ? ? r*.irk ?t tho tim-. ght atl , ? ? ? . . ? . ? ? ? terta ning ? ? (Lllllan Walker. ? thfl i a The i: ? -i di lo.-.ii on n thln ? : ? : ?. . . om* of hem pul iPI ? thfl rcgu .iiimi ||fi - ? union ball - I ? i kffected tln lt..,. ..,,.| i ,i ot the ? i tl a bi cond night .^ .I 'i I.- r. were ew arre.tfl for road I BRIDGE JUMPER FOILED Poised for Leap as Policeman Saves Him and Spoils Film. Nli (? im n In ?. big, red i itomoblle . .i aton i tha noi th r< adway >>f thi . ! ifti ni....n flnd topi -i In tl ml Idlfl ? I tbe i an. Hi re ?n. ?.r the men threw aaid. .. coat which i ft hitn . lad in ,i bathlng suit Aftei ?t? ..ii tha t"p of the Iron rork, ii" pauaed for a aecond, arith hi* landrs upti -i flftfli tha fa bion or [ hen th- band ... l NJBoer Blavtn, .f tba Bridga Bcjuad, alutched hlfla. oul "t thal!" aaid tha poll ? um. "1 .ni ean'l k-. bathlng on nu i>- ..t ? pi pl|i .i the iran In the bath r-. ? ull Thli aln t pli ai ure. II bu I ? ti.iii.. r tlghti ii. d ins grlp rn Bi r reant McConn.ll arrlved and added Mu trength t.. Blavin'i Between them they tulled th.- dlvflt baeh t.. the roadway, leaplta hla proteej thal \m waa a movtng .i.t;.! actor .md thal tha ofBcera wero polllng :i pei fectly k?.?i Blm." i >n the platform between the Brooklyn iw?d ii..' ]...ii.. iii.-n found Frank Mor la wltb i. movlng plctura macblne, \\hii.? Sdward ii.;.. hlnaon had anothi r on Pb r ... Beloa In a rowboat they dlaeovered wo mea, who turned oul t-- ba Robert ....ir.- and w'dii.iiii McCafltey. All the I.. ii, Induding Um dlvar, Jamea bfurphy, I ittth atreai .-.n.i Waahlngtoa avflnue, h. Bronx, wha ??? tha only ..no actu. Hv plaoed utni'-i arreal aaaartad that ii. ?? wflra amployflfl of the movlng plctura i.? .i Th" eompan] wai taken before Magl rate Na h, ln thfl Adama ntr.-.-t police ..un. Mi Murphj wag Brralgnel u .. routd>ba auli id.. "im Bot gullty of attempted BUlcide," ba prlaonflT aaid. "i amfl poalng for a ilrturr wh'-n tho olTl.vr arreated mo. Thln 1 tho Bret tlmo that I trlo.l hildtr,- J.ini.. ag aa ;. pinfaafllonfll In tha Bunraaar of Ul i lompfld from tVflflhlngton Bridge it.. th. Ilarl.-ni, and. tWO Wflflfcfl lat*-r. I rampfld Into th*- river from thfl Bdlaon awer at Klngabrldge." "l don't .4-4- that wa bava anj avManoa n whleh ti> hold tt.is man aa aa attempt d flutdde." aald the maglfltrate, * i u IflCharga him " 'raIroad head in Ralph Peters's Special Train Hits Local and He Nar rowly Escapes Death. FAMILY WITH HIM IN. CAR Man and Woman Seriously In? jured and Many Others Shaken Up in Crash at Bridgehampton. A -*.-rer-*<. in Whlch Ralph Petera, prosi ,iont of the Long lalond Rollrood, nor rowly aacaped death, bci ured yesterday afternoon at Brtdgohampton, ircng lal? and. v.h>-n i ?-?.iai traln in WhtCh Mr. Petera and hla family were ridlng was in , coUIolon arlth a wcol i^hk laland Roll- i road train whlch waa drawn up at tbej Btatlon I'latform. Mr. Petera waa thrown to the floor of his prtvate car, bul aacaped wltk nothlnw more than a had ahaklng up Ofl ?ral imUroad wrecka ln the vlclnlt*/ of Now Vork nithln the loot few montfca this araa tho flrst in Whlch a l.isrh otn.lal of the road reoi notble for tl e ? -.-.us i paaaenger. Membera ol Mr. Veterso family v 1 trom their aata alao. Tu.. poaaengi ra on tha local traln were aorloual).in d and w< re tak< n to the HoopltaL They were Wlll lara Mann, of Qui | ' bla wlfe. Al ;.-;..,' it waa aald laal nlght thal both probabiy would recovei BevereJ other paraona were allghtly Injured The local troin Btopped ot the Brldgo n itatlon to diachargi ?nd waa about te atori e hi i Mr m..., |al traln, made up of an enl two . oa Nn- ?**? -..:?( l, tbe railroad prealdi nl n ? I ror n,c . -..I Into the ,..,,- , _ the Btelli d traln Tl.. englne of _:.od hnif way through the coach, hurled poooem l word the head of thi Btered aad rrecked lt After Btrlklng th'* |oeal the englne of ,,. tin ii i ? n ai d tl e whole wre k.i*. i ? . 1 ?'? ? ? bofi re ? o roar trtir-k* ar-d .. .... .- ar parl of tl a i iat coach %4.-re Btrewn about on thi road, with tho rool of the coa top of thi rtit?1ne. Mi. Petera ' '1|" altuatlon ? tl ?? work of reoenlng tho Manna. GOT WIGMORE AT ST. REGIS Harburgcr's Deputy Ccimped There and Arrested Him. .-,. >n In 4 1 hlnv .. ? to ? of 8 rlff llarburgi t tho H I'ourl ? ilnat ? gherlff llarb ?-?? - ln %. Btei thi ? ly ti t., v. |gl ? ? -1 c U . .. b) the ? ? _-? WOMEN BEST SCHOLARS More Admitted to Phi Bcta Kappa than Men, Is Report. \ !' | I ti i non to l'hi H-t.i K .?-..??? Ain.-i ? bt ??: . I f Phl ?? b the Ih "i ? ? ' itlon. .,-..-. whan irt iranted to \ ? -. found ?.'? forty-one t*o-cduc?tlonal Inotltutiona ln omea have I ., : led. i ' ? ' '? mt ii. TYrHOTD IN RESTSIOTED ARLA Cases from 12th to 33d Street. East of Third Avenue. Twelve patlenta, aoven a?omon and Bvo .. ,,,. treoti d In Bel ? pltal, lt waa leari f, vtr, and all of thi n a bo tuet n IStb and IId atn eta, eaal ol < >n Sept. mber i a man applled foi . ? t?i the hoepltal, and waa found io i?. ni 4. Ith t phi Id i ? ? "i then until la rf ? with the exceptlon of Bunday, the patlenta have been arrlvlng, bohi. toot .in.i othera broughl from their homea ni ambul.' gome of the doctora ln the Inatltutlon . of the ,?: Inlon thol the uat. r In the dloti Icl moj be Infi eti A, AUTO CRASH CLaIMS ANOTHER Woman in Millar Car Which Was Hit by Train Dies. Bouth Norwalk, Conn., Bepl I -Mlaa .!,? .mi,. (?iithrie, wi.o wa-, in thi Butoeno blle atruck b] the Pltti Hold Bxpn il a arade crooolng here late yeeterday, ln 4\ iii.-h .-.. ctdenl Mr. and Mi - Ad Millar wi ra kllla I, dl< d laal nlght at the ii..-i.it.ii. ..iiri.ru-. \4'io 44.,-; afghtoon ) aai i oid and a .hiiin ol Mloa Dorothj M llor, had boon ? ?rueel of the Mllbu i on ^ ahopptng trip to Norwalk from tbelraum mi i bome rn BHver Mh* . Mli i MtUar, who waa Injup d, la ei:?? cted to r? cover. BOMB BREAKS STORE WINDOWS a bomb arhlch axploded early reaterday ln front of the f-recerj Btore ran bj Domloico Ki- appa at Ne, 133 Bi -' s-t'i atreal broke Iki plata liaaa wlndowa of tne Btore and broughl many of ihe taw anta of tlw building lo th" atreet Two reara ago Rlcappa rocelvad EHaca: Hand letter* in whi.h M.fH ami domanded but ha boM ii" lettora bad been meolved lotely. POLICE HONOR LEGION TO DINE. The Honor Lagtoo of ihe !'<>i! ? I '? partmenl naal for "" ni'M< """' nm* aarly ln the auromer ol Pollce Ueodquar i, ,, laal nlght John W. Kreeer, pri al dent ot' the aoooi latlon, |.rehi.i.-.i. and the topie of diH.-iisf-lon waa the annual dlnner to be hei.i at the vVoldorf In January. About ninety membera were praaeat. [ MUSSES UP 1II Canadian Justice of Peace from Whcm Case Was Taken With? out His Consent Is Puzzled. MAY FORFEIT BAIL BOND Travelling Comic Opera Girls Salute Thaw with Shrieks and Giggles, While Customs Men Examine Their Baggage. fFnitn \ S'nfr ("nrr??|on.Vn'.] Coaticook, QtMbec r-vpt o -.inmrs Ha I'f- . iufltlci <.t thr peacfl befon whom \\';I!;ani TraVera J. roine araa tirst ar lalpned as a panil ler .ind arfcfl was ?hou' .;. red .-'ii ,<! the caae yeeti rday by Mflgte Irate Mulvena, who camfl from sh?r I r okfl and jf.ivo Mr. .Ir-rom. an honor able diacharge laat night, la wond<>rin?.' IO?ntgrlt 1 r;wf srhflf t'< do nhout lt. \\e |i undeclded whether bfl should smoefullv forgel all aboul it or call th" haaring of th. caae .<n Thuraday, tha dat? oriffi nally ?> t, Jual as if nothinp had hap pened. Probablj Mr licKaa would fleefde to forget aii hIoui it wera H nor that th more revengeful <>f lus n.lgbbora keep pecklng away ar him, urtTiiur him to i i p th* . i flnd "do Bomothlag i'i Jerome." Aboul th<? only thinsr th* can think of for him to de fa t-> ri, J.rome'a ball forfelted arhen h? fxiis to nppear t>> Bastrar io big Bajraa at th hearing i-1 I ?* llutraday. "1 don't knOW just what t-. do.'' Bflld Mr. McKee to-daj "i bav - i i-.a \\ro ot tho peaee for thlrty "-.ir- an.i T anything *lka thla h?pn<--n I , .i\ <? nol ilgned an * arltbdrawal from th? ?.??-? in favor of Magiatrate M-.h<>na ?nd I don'i know that 1 BhalL 1 sliall rnn suit arith legal counael. it la mv pregani ? tlon to r-ft i- eourt on Thuraday all tha caae. if Mr. .t. rome dcea i et r well, r '-.-ir-'r raay whal i r**rm;'. .lo then. I Bhall cor ? ??l about ihat " Thaw on.io".d two nov.-l exr.menrea The flret wa- to hava a abow nt llfe tranaplanted to thfl .ta t.on platform, whera ha aald wateb It I wa to ba taken oul for ?. ? - -i,- i *<..-tt.' ook i inoeka by M? fh" Tiroadwav llfo, to r<?mlnd him ot ..|.| r'm<-f4, ?n? in the f'>rm of a . ..mi.- opora road company on ?s -. - ? . Bher rooka to play a !.?t . bt*b i i ? aaa tfld for ojstoms in - hour at the railroad st;i whlcb Thaw ir- eoannad, th? .-.II not off md gafhrrM u-r.Vr hia wtndov' "Ha > thay aquaaled, nnd "Oh, ttntU be flna ti tha window bara, to r-? | ? -;? k* l . . . c ,. _---. the abow giris t aan yelk I ?i.. ? ? ? ? sVUliani Trav. :? '? ? 0t A ? II I .:i th ? wlll i. Montrei LAWYER SUES MRS. THAW John F. Gleason Wants $53,000 for Services and Loans. t tt ? ? ral ' 'Ol I ?' Th.-v. rflflrl - Ihfll I that '?"?' kfl tiateudel ? ? Hr, q legcfl thfll perl rm?d ? p ? Ar\ | tfl $'."." All but I ? '? ' '? ' Mr. Gleanon ' M- Tl ? '' " and mflde for ? to defend h- r lon on eredlt that ii* ire barrad hy .. dla ?? in bankrupb y, and tt'-.t h. ml ramed. OLMSTED TALKS FOR THAW New York Lawyer Asserts His Modesty While in Canada. Moi tn 4'. s- pt *? -When Mr . ! bi Montreal ? ? lornlng from Plttal ? to 1 room ln thi Rll ? ? 1 . i jotnlng the apartmenta occuplfld bj daughter, Mra Qeorge t.. Carnegle, Ber 1 aald over the ti I An Rgreem.nl \* .i - ra iched b, I mlgratlon i rl i id Thaar'a laa) broughl from i "oatl* ,1 on Thuraday morning. il he wlll be held fll the Immlgration detei tlon boi ??In \ b n o! tha attitude of i I cltlsena toward > tl ? r N> ? I ; ? ,,. havi - orafl a - - youi 1 1 ? .1 i ai. bnrflflt I l if. Otntflted - ? ? ratber for me t-- dlflcuaa thla e u ? at BlL 1 trlll ?,. . ? r it aeither Mr. i who H---.Miipani.-s ni.-. Bor 1 hava bi ra t-> t.-:i Can id ifl luwyan or c< Whflt t" .!?>. or bOW tfl do lt. U> eaBM here orlglnally i- rauaa Tb iw feit I ii,,. thal ha mlghl be deportfld t>> ? tn..nt. and he wanted advice from the At.-.. 11> ?'!. Btandw JABALIE COMING BACK Lace Dealer, Who Fled to Syria, Will Face Creditors. abraham N Jabalte, ;< ?--'!' int, who lefl thla ettj May '-M ",!l return t- New Vork and f;i> - bM Lradi* tora Jabalte, a*-!"1 owad IkMegai 1 1 , ,N ,., ; n . ? un lowa in ^yru. 1 few mllea fr..m Belrut Oeergfl ? rerrka, hla lawyev, IWowed, an.i afta* bmub] ditti.-iiiii.-H Buceeadad la finding him. Jflbfllii ? :..-! to return ratl ar tk?B lacfl astradltloa prec*fl>dl*aia to ba tak.? Jabalte, arho w-t. one of th. rta*gat Syrlan IflOfl and .-mhroid. r> ni^r.liants ft tha clty, had i4ii afltflhllflhrn-flBt al No- ? Waahlngton atreet, aad Uved .>t ^f' l Btrong ri...-. Brooklyn. Before ba ?*,:-1 ba aeut drafU far Ml Ot to tba ImperW Ottoman Bank. ln Belrut and attemptea to atiip ? large quantlty of|Ooda by ""M of Mexico to B] ri?. Hut thfl drafta ?rera atopped by Ferrlfl, and the gfloii wlfj racoverad ai tha Mexlcan boidar, w? Na.nh Jflbalifl, his nephew, ??? awragagg al 1:! I'aso. TflX.