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1III GRUISER MEDJ1DIEH PEfiFDRIUtS FIRST
DARING FEAT TRIED BY HIP OF THAT IVY
Slips Through Greek Fleet and
Bombards Station on
GRECIAN CRUISER IS SUNK
Raiding Warship Causes Some
Damage to City Works and
Then Sails Away.
(Ity Federal Whelms Trtecrph.)
ATHENS, January 10. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Tfio Turkish cruiser
Medjldleh performed a daring feat In
a heavy fog, Tuesday night. She steamed
out of the Dardanelles and passed
unperceived through tho Sines of the
Greek destroyers cruising off the
She appeared at noon yesterday off
the Islnnd of Syra, one of tlio Cyclndcs,
and bombarded tho powder magazino
and coal depots. These wero not dam
aged, but the oloctrlcal power plant was
Tho Medjldleh also fired on tho Greek
auxiliary cruiser Macedonia, which was
undergoing repairs in a Syra harbor.
When fifteon sholls had been fired tho
commander of the Macedonia, after
landing his crow to maintain order in
the town and to strengthen tho guard
over the Turkish prisoners, sunk the
Macedonia in tho harbor to prevent her
destruction by the warship.
Tho Medjldleh then left in tho direction
So far as is known the other Turkish
warships have not loft tho Dardanelles.
ALL REPORTED WELL
.ON STEAMER SONOMA
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN PP.ANCISCO, January 10.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) A wireless
received today by tho Merchants '
Exchargo from the Oceanic steamer
Sonoma says that tho damage to the
ttenmer previously reported was caused
bv tlic vessel Btrikinij submerged
wreckage, when one of tho tail-shafts
was broken. The. weather is fine, tho
steamer is making good progress and
all is well.
GIANTS' PITCHER APPEARS
IN AN UNPLEASANT ROLE
'tlr Fedral Teletraph.)
NEW YORK, January 10. (Special
to The Advortiser) Joseph Cahen.
known on tho stage as Joseph Cano, wns
granted a divorce from his wife, whoso
stage name is Blossom Sceloy, by Justice
Newbnrgor, in the supremo court
yesterday. "Kube'' Mnrquard, Now
York Nntional League Club pitcher,
was named as corespondent. Tne caso
Mnrquard appeared in a vaudeville
sketch with Mrs. Cano and later announced
that sho had selected him as
her "manager," instead of choosing
ACCIDENT NOT SERIOUS.
Boiler Explodes on, Steamship Madonna
ol Fabre Line, rrora New York,
But Passengers Are Safe.
(Ity Federal Wlrclem Telegraph.)
NEW YOItK, January 10. (Special
to Tlio Advortiser) No passengers
wero killed when the boiler exploded
on the Pabro lino steamship Madonna,
in tho Mediterranean, according to n
cablegram received today by tho local
Tlio message tald all tie iiusbcngers
wcto enfe and that the nccidont "was
not of a tcrious nature."
A wiioless message received In London
laet night Indicated that Ave per-eons
lost their lives, in tlio accident.
Tlu Mudonnn loft Now York for tlio
Mediterranean January 8.
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As the warship appeared whilo being launched from tho Cramp Shipbuilding
Yards nt Philadelphia.
SHORT ORDERS WILL
BE SRORT FOR SURE
All Cooks, Waiters, Bell-Hops
and CliamDermaids Threaten
to Go on Strike.
(By Federal Wlrelesa Telezraph.)
NEW Y01JK, January 10. (Special
to Tho Advertisor) After a stormy
and exciting midnight besion of two
thousand cooks nnd waiters, Elizabeth
G. Plyun, tho I. W. W. organizer in
chnrgo of the strike, announced today
nn overwhelming vote in lavor of calling
out every worker in all branches
of hotel service throughout the city.
It was declared that this general
strike of employes in the principal
.hoti'ls and rcstaurantH wortld go into
offect immediately. Moro than 10,000
workers are claimed to bo ready to
answer the call of tho strikers. These
include chambermaids, bellboys, eleva
tor runners anil uitcncn neip. iiiey are
all members of tho same general union.
Tho demands of the hotel workora
include sencral sanitary improvement
of conditions under which they work,
a ten-hour day, uniformity of wago
scales, recognition of the union, tle
right to havo -their meals served on
tables instead of shelves, and an improved
quality of food,
CHANCE FOR G0ETHALS
AS GOVERNOR OF ZONE
(Djr. Fe.terl Wiri-"i Teleirrarh )
TJIKNTPN, New Jersey, Janunry 10.
(hpecial to Tho Advertiser) Probability
of President-elect WilBon
Col. Qoorgo Gocthuls n Civil Governor
of tho Canal Zone, Is seen hero to
day in Governor Wilson's admission
that Colonel Oootluls is coming on Friday
for a conference
BROTHERS GET REPRIEVE
FROM aECTRIC CHAIR
IIICHMONI), Virtjiiiln, January 17
(Jiv AoeltttMl I'raas Cnblo) TliO
brother l'loyil nnd Clumlo Allen, who
mtro to linvu benu uleftrooulwl today
for iuurdnri Imiv roolvoil n rajirlovo
until 7 140X1, The 8UU aupreuie
ruurt turdiiy rtfuiad to Kraut tliMii
nw lril, but at tlio txltio o( tint
alwtrif hlr the OnvcriMir iterfrtl
on the Mit (if
CHRIS VONDERAHE DYINQ,
(M H4miI WIMm T4e(lA )
WF. UiVlH, VuaUu, Jtuutty 10.-
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Vua4'''. lurw't uHUr ui ma M
ax Iui Amnlrau ,iiiut. wm
ball irnib, 4 wall aauwa in iwllial
tiil ti.iliu4 nr.'n la IiMk In In
liuy r a uutt'1 il ul "!
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ON WALL STREET
(D- Tedernl Wlreleja Tr1icraili.)
WASHINGTON, Jnnuary 10. (Spo
ciul to The Advertiser) Reports from
Wall street that President-elect Wilson's
speech creatod distrust there of
the Democratic legislative program and
lOhulted in a "panickytonditibn in fin
nncial cir.clcs," today brought sharp
comment from Democratic senators.
"1 cannot see why tho Democratic
pjrty," said Scmtor Chainberlniu of
Oregon, "should not stand bohind Wilson.
Tho trouble lwith the Chicago
speech wns tlmt tho Governor's audience
expected him to tell what ho intended
to do, whereas he confined himself
to telling them what they ought to
tn Federal Wirelcti TelefTaph.)
HHLUNA, Montana, January 10.
(Special to Tlio Advertiser) Thomuh J,
Walsh, of Helena, was declared elected
United States Senator for tho six-year
firm, beginning next March, succeeding
senator .lorepti M. Mlxon, nt a joint ses
sion of tho legislature yesterday.
NOTED INVENTOR DIES
AS RESULT OF INJURY
Criy Fulrral Wlrelew Telegraph )
J'AHADHNA, California, January 10.
(JI'0inl to Tho Advertiser) !r
Tliaililetis S, C. Low, noted scientist,
oprimontcr nnd inventor, died li're.
nt the Ikiido of hit daughter todnv. He
l.ml licon almobt holpleas for n yiar ns
the rokult of a fall tvlurli fractur
one ol hi liliu, hllu ho wan on a Milt
to nlntiviM in l'ciiinvlvuiiin.
MILLIONS TO WIDOW.
NI'W YOMK, JHiiu'ory 18 (Hy Amc
ciatnl I'rM Oiblit to .1.1
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II. llWMfcl II YMBI UBWIIV, IHVUill.lWK, I. f
aatiuiattMl to batwoau tu uml II fit"
liillllow of ilollam, hum to Ma widow.
Tb wulti iiilUiowiIra ivrtwaaH 1mvm
bar vr.vtUK bu dlinl ptiuiatail of, but
111 ilau in lilt will dlraeU tint h
iwke jdUlila prorUUiH lit tl. ir
, IVJmU. Jm wut Ihla pib " l l
I u, iitwaver, i iii mi f jsvaikohi
V ml.lv tu Tl.r Adiariitrr Imi
ll...rll llit tii I U M M Kll.rft -I
a) i,inUni . riid. afiii
IS GREAT CRIME
British Journalist Will Not Be
Allowed to Land in This
(Mr Federal Wlrrlow Telejtrarili.)
to The Advertiser) Kdwnrd P.
Myliua, tho journalist detained at New
Vork, was ordered deported today by,
heiretnrv Nngol of tlii) department ol'
mmnercc, on the giound tfmt in libeling
King Georgo V. of Kiijjlnnd ho had
committed n irimo involving moral
U ncn MylliH nrrlved in New York
last December the immigration ituttiLr
ities refused to let him land, claiming
tlmt bo wns nn ex-convict. Myliua appealed
to Washington, with tho nbovo
In pocoml or, 11)10, while ho wns tho
London correspondent of The Liberator
in Paris, Myhtis wrote an- article
tor thn' paper in which it was stated
that before the presont King of Eng.
hind Iccatur heir to tlio throne be had
virited Malta and there married Mary
Elizabeth, dauphter of Admiral
deiciting her after the death
of "hi? cldor brother, Albert Victor, nniV
Tiirrying Mary of Tcck, the present
Ho was ifulictcd for seditious libel
bpfiuni! of the nrticle and was subsequently
robyictcd and served a year
mi Wormwood Serubbs prison, near
London. He i about thirty-four years
old and has been out of prison about
IVIiile awaiting nt' Ellis Islnnd tho
Verdii't of tho authorities,
ilyllus spoke freely of his caso. "I
am by birth a Bo'ginn," said he, "but
l nm n Jlntish citizen, nnd T am ns
rcertnin todaj ns I Was in 1,110, when
I wrote tho article for T'io Liberator, I
tlirtt Kintr Gcorpe did marry the ho has come to raise five million
of Admiral for tlioj,,, for
rcbuil(lil)R ,ll0 city of Canton,
of which I had ,
nnblicaUon to servo a foJ"
prclmr(ltj0I, tll vat ilu.rOTB0 in
The Miss U t
term jn prison.
, Mth ch, , c.v,1Ccting when
Cnptnfn Napiqr of tho Royal Navy,
vpu "Will remember, took tho stand and
rswore that whnt I had written was
false. T was not permitted to ifinko a
dofoneo ince in England tlio Jving's
lionor is considered
ant than simple justice. '
"As for mv Dei .. .in,,i '
from the United ffitSWsr'
lievo that sentence harmonizes with
the spirit of tlio America
tion. T have not been convicted of a1
eriino involving moral turpitudo, but of
n political offense offenses that nro
not recognized in the United Stntos.
Scores of men nnd women from othor j
countries v)io hnvo committed j'olitical j
otTcuses in'tboso countries hnvo boon
ndmitted to the United States, and my
status is exactly the same, nnd I
that I nm entitled to admission."
COMMERCE COURT'S LIFE
EXTENDED FOUR MONTHS
fllr redr'nl WlreV" Telesrnr.il )
"WASHINGTON. Jnnuary 10. Special
to Tho Advertiser) lly a voto ot
tb to twenty tho senate
adopted an nmondment to the lcgisla - ,
tive, cxecutivo and judieinl nppropria
tion b'lls, lengthening tho life of the
commerco court until Juno 30. Under
the existing law the court would become
a thing ot the past lifter March 1.
Tho extension was mnde to cnablo
tho court to clear up its calendar. This
will have to bo agreed to by a conference
of the two houses.
Why Miss Helen Gould
Is the Anniversary of
ztflttirf i& 3tKl JCr
MISS HELEN GOULD
Who will become Mrs. Piuloy J,
Shopurd next Wudiicxduy,
Charges Made in Congress That
- Rich Tribe Is in Pitiful
(lly Federal Wlrcini
WASHINGTON, Jnnuary 10. (Special
to The Advertiser) Uinrges of
gross frauds against the IniUnn of the
White Earth Heifrvutlon, in Minnesota,
that ns a consequenco their physical
and material condition is. pitiful and
that Major James McLaughlin, Indian
Inspector, did not property guard tlioir
interests in the allotment of lands, were
mnde to the house today, in n report
by the committee on expenditures of
the Interior department.
It .recommended that some remedy bo
found by congress for , the present
"anomalous situation," by which tho
coiuiniusloner of Indian nlTsilrs lm complete
control over tho property worth
fl, 000,000,000 belonging to Indians 6f
various tribes in tho United States.
The committee ch.trgCB thnt
partiality" wns shown my Simon
Miclmlot, Indian allotting agent, in allotting
the lmlUns timber land under
the law of 1110.),
GREAT PLANS FOR CHINA'
TOLD OF BY ENGINEER
SAN PIIANC1SCO, .lnuunry 10. (Ily
Associated Press Cable to
tin) R. C. Johnion, engineer in chief ,
of tlio province of Canton, Chinn, has
reached this anil announce that
the Paiinuin Canal is opened
He declares that Cfnna, nnd especially
Canton province, is determined to
benefit lnrgely through tho growtji in
commerce, and bolicvWi that 'the United
States is vvjlllug and nt)ioiaii',to'nt(l by
every means in this eountryjinowur tho
advance which tho to bo
- " - in f,,ti,V T
iot '""'r t,,or"?r
plans 'or tho now Canton lire
clous, declares Jlr. Johnson.
DEATH OF MRS. THUMMEL
ABOARD S. S. WILHELMINA
WiroIcs9 and cable brought to tho
city yesterday the news of tho death
on board the S. S. Williclmlnu, en routo
to Honolulu, of Mr, ,V. P. Thuinmel,
aunt of II. M. Hepburn, general manager
of tho Hawaiian Klectric Com
pany. Thu dispatches state jthnt sho
was stricken suddenly with heart ills
ease when tho steamer was about
miles out of the Golden
Mrs. Thuinmel wns the wife of for-
n.cr Congressninii AS'. P. Thuinmel, of
lovrn, and her home wns nt Garden City,
Long JKlnim. Hue vvas a woman of mid.
dlo ago and. wns well known in suf.
frago nnd political cireles in Now York
State. Sho was a member of various
women 'a clubs nnd associations and was
a delcgnto to tho last Now York State
Republican convention, representing
Chose Next Wednesday
Her Parents' Wedding
tlu && f l"iB tltlifcrffiil
PINLEY J. BHBPARD
tlio railroad man who wou tho hoart
of Mits Helen Gould,
(lly IVJorul VirliNM Tvlrupli.)
MliW VtJlIK, January 10. (Asocial to 'J lie AdvertUor) Purtkcr detail.
tot tU wedding of lloJen Ouulil nm) J'inJoy J. SJiopunl, nt the brldo' eouutry
Ihmm Mar 'I'arrytuwu, nut Wodnarday, waro oiiiiiwnsail and it Immhiho known
ti.ni i i.i u( Hi., wwtdlaa; U tlw aiuiivaimry of tua wnrrUisa of MIm Uould'a
jiuii uf f
Th brlt will bava aelf two atlauUafiti, ber yuun niaraa, llalau and
llaroliy OuuM, itauuhtais nt bar brotSir Prank J. (luuld. Mr. lkaKird' bust
ii.mi ill It bla lirulbr, lul .1 Hlm.ani, and therr wl'l no uiliari
'I (, i ri'iiiuhi Will I 4 rfuniii'l )r la llrv lit l(aMll i.f lruiilut.
wluia flu ' Ut 'uuM attau4a vitan In Ilia MHintrv
HOME RULE BILL
Debate in House of Commons on
Famous Measure Will Be
HUNDRED AND TEN MAJORITY
John Redmond Declares Whole
World Will Rejoice Over
(TVj Federal Wireless Telearatih.)
LONDON", January 10. (Spocial to
Tho Advortisor) By a voto of 308 to
2S8 tlio Irish Homo Rulo Bill passed
Us third roadlng in tho houso of commons
Ono of tho groatost dobatcs in tho
history of tho houso of commons wan
in progress today ovor tlio Irish Homo
Rule BUI, which, having reached its
final stage, canto to a voto at ton-thirty
o'clock tills ovening.
Interest In tlio progress of tho bill
was intonso nnd when Speaker Lowthor
roppod for order at two
o'clock this afternoon, practically
mombor waa in his soar.
Tho loadors of tho opposition to
Homo Rulo today wero Andrew Bonar-
i.aw and Thomas O. B, Attar-Roberta.
Promler Asqulth and T. P, Connor.
tho latter representing tho Irish Nation-
altsts, spolco In approval of tho bill.
John Redmond, tho Irish loador, in a
speech Just hofore tho closo of tho
said there was not a peoplo nor
a country in tho prldfljlcb would not
wclcomo gladly the; riVws that tho
nation ha at'lastiboen.niagnanl.
nioua onough and wise enough to undo
an old national wrong.
BRITISH STEAMER ASHORE
AND LIVES IN DANGER
VIGO, Spain, Jnnuary 10. (I3y As.
soeiuted Press Cnblo to Star Uullctiii)
Tho British stcuinor Veronese run
nground this morning on tho rocky
coast of Vigo Bay, near where tho
fnmous nnvnl battlo was fought moro
than two eouturics ago. Sho has ono
hundred nnd passengers on
board. So fnr all efforts of tho
horo to roach iicr havo provod
fruitless ns the monster seas drove
back til) boats and sho Is too far out
to permit the use of tho rocket and lino,
it is feared tlmt sho will begiu breaking
up uudor the heavy pounding of
tho waves and thnt nil on board vvill
ARMY AND NAVY ORDERS.
(lly Kedrrnl Vlrea'ii leifiiroLn.)
WASHINGTON, January 10.
to Tho Advortiser) Amiy ordors:
Captain Alvln Baskctto, Ninth
is rolloved from duty nt Port
Sill, and will proceod to Port Thomas,
I.iouts. h. P. Thibault Walker, H.
T. Dyer, North Carolina; It, P. Prellson,
Michigan; J. P. Cox, West Virginia, to
poBt graduato course Naval Academy.
Ensign M. Ij. Horsey, Walker; Ensign
P. II. Marion, Misslsaipppi; marine bur-racks
Philadelphia to inarhio barracks
GRAND DUKE DISGRACED.
ST, PP.TKKSBUIta, llussia, January
10. (Hy Associated Press Cable to
Tho Czar todny ordered
tho runflscation of nil tho property
of tho Qrund Dnko Michael, nnd tlio
appointment of a npeciul guardian to
euro for tho nobluiiiiin 'a estnto nnd
following tlio Grand Duke's mar.
rlage with u jierson of Inferior rank.
The disgrace uf Mlchaol vvua further
uu'rciiicd when orders wero rocoived
stripping him of nil his milltnry rank,
TH R EE PUNCHBOWL PARKS.
Loud Commissioner Joshua 1), Tucker
uniioiineod yesterday that at least three
parks, nro to bo glvon to tlio residents
uf tho Punchbowl district, George H.
Miiraliull, who secured tlio contract for
building tlio .highways nnd alarm saw.
era loading to tlio parka, lias already
bogun tviirk. Tho altos meludp block ha.
0, Including the govvruiuont atone quar
ry and tlm uiirlsliiiod tract urroundln
It; tiuiniiiit I'nrU In jlneka Noi, 13 nnd
li. and alio re llio piupouM extension
r Protpoft atrwit hiii) tlio atoriti ditch,
and ot Ho I lu blMk Ho '11 at 1'uoeb
iioivb Drtti a,ud buDiUya Atrcl