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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, MAROH 11, 11C.
Geraldine Farrar Is a Thorny Red Cactus;
Mrs. John Astor an Orchid, Says Royal Dixon H
WORKERS M EVE
WITHOUT WARNING IS SWEPT BY FIRE
AMFRICANS ON SHIP 300 FLEE IN PANIC
SUNK BY TORPEDO AS HOTEL GERARD
IS WAY THROUGH
a . - . . - .
OF GREAT STRIKE
Four of Them Are Saved When :
the Silius, Out of New :
York, Goes Down. '
THREE OF CREW DROWN.
Government Will Hold Of
fending Nation to "Strict
Account," It Is Said.
WAttVriTflV. -f.iro.h ll.Tll
ftnst ship carrying American to bo , a sreasc-ftxl Are In the kitchen of tho
torpedoed without warning since the Hotel Goran, No. 128 West Forty
new Austro-German submarine war!ourlh slroct( threw tho three hun.
effect, was reported to tho State Do- i
paxtmcnt to-day. 1
Tho Norwegian bark Stilus, from I
Nbtc York to Havre, with four I
Americans board, wan torpedoea in ;
the Havre Roads Thursday night,
without warning, according to of
ficial despatches from the Amf rican
Consul ill Havre.
Tho Americans were saved, thougn
press despatches report three of tho
Stilus's crow were drowned.
Immediately upon receipt of the
despatch It was stated unofficially
that the nation whoso submarine at
tacked the Silius will bo held to ac
count by thin Government.
That tho Stilus wan unarmed wasl
conertlly taken for granted, slnco sho Iosco Theatre through tho stage en
was a neutral ship of commerce. ' trance. There they wcru arraycl In
PAIliy, March 11. Tho Petit ! a motley variety of costumes taken
Parlsieti says that ono of tho Amer
icans on tho Silius was Injured seri
ously In the legs and wan taken to
Uie I'hstcur Hospital. Ho Is John
ilartmaun, eighteen years old.
Tho Hl.lus was formerly tho Urltlsh
bark Heily. Jt Is reported that Capt.
Syvcrtaen of tho Silius was drownrd
and tli.it two bailors aro mUslng.
Th6 rom.iir.mg members of tho crow
Tho bark Stilus was owned by 8 O.
.j...n.l i u i.L it i mi i.iiin.mij, ,iui
way, and was boun.l for llavro with
a cargo of gram, ni'iordlng to olllcials money and Jetvolry In the halls, ncat
of the Norwegi.m-Amerii.au Lino hero j terod hand baggage and clothing, and
ThoveBiClaMofl141StonS,:37fr,t!mm,y w" ,wero lo" ln
long. It was a Meet salllns versel , wuro wueU Oy firemen. Others tooK
and was built In lS'.'j A sis tor ship ! reruS un the firo-ctcaims on tho
is now Hearing a lirltLMj port with a alJ? of the buuuins and tho
cargo of grain. roof. und a fuw wore taken down
Tho Norwegian-American Lino of-. laduera.
flclalK. wlio represent tha owners. A low minutes after tho blast) atart
fltulod positholy that tho villus was I cU ,n ,n" Kitcncn it spread to tho atoro
Tli Americans on tho Silius, an
cordlng to thti records hero, wcro
David Sherman of Uidfonl, Mass.;
John Wiirlitiuu. of 1'hlladclnhlii.
Daniel Nornh of Connecticut, .iml
"V I n r ! Mnnolnn r t 1tntni
IRISH BABY WEEK
GIVES CHANCE TO AID
Udj Mvrdeen. IJeginninR Next
Monda, Will Ojvn (lmpaign to
Help Little Ones of Ireland.
WASHINGTON. March 11. As
midnight to-night ttfhers out National
Baby Week it will unher In Irl.xh Unby
Woek, sponsored by th" Marquis and
Marchioness ..f Aberdeen and Tcmalr,
who sftlectod the week of St. Pat
rick's Dnv In which to ask help for
Irish babies AVhllr IrUh fathers arc
dying on the battlefields of Prance
their babies at home nre ciicrumlrlng
to war's companion, poverty and din.
-ase, Ladv Aberdeon hab cud th.it tho
death rate umontf nif.uiis in Dublin
alnco tho war started has increased
from 162 per 1.000 In the early months
of 1914, Ittforo th war, to 1S1 per
LOW In th corriiondlnn months ot
ln This tutu Is among babies un
der! 'no yeiir old. The normal death
rati In Dublin lb about 118 per 1,000.
Lad Aberdeen la President of tho
Wonirn's National Health Atisocl.itlon
of Kngland. Hho founded tlm organ
ization In 1007, soon after her hus
band went to Ireland as Viceroy.
Durlnir m'Xt week sho and the mem
born of thu organization will seek
financial aid for fio bableH of Iro
land from Amrrtc. hi phllnnthroplNts
and thow of Irish descent who havo
prospered here. I.dy Aberdeen has
as head(uarters the oltices of th
Abertleen Fund In Amcrlui, No. ICR
Kast Twenty-second Street, Now
In some of the cltle.-i vlnlted hy
lAird and Iwicly Aberdenn during tholr
tour of tho 1'ntteil States treaiurern
for tho fund h ive iieen named. Among'
them are John D. (Yimmlns, New
Vork; .1, C Meyer. ltonton: A. C.
ICnliix. .111 Krancs.ii. and Joy Kdson,
on: itrsv ruKsinuxT.
I'rcaidntt infaoi tclff &c a pit).
boy on March I, when he pretteti
a bitttan in thf U'iffe House and
iff thu ptni for id opmlni; of
the .YufioiiaJ lloirUnu Tourna
meat at thr (iraiul Central 1'iilace.
If ill Mut.llr Uun lltuviuu.
At the ri'ipie. t of .Mrs. Ida Kluh of
No, b V ' On'' Ifiimlitd and Bev-enty-nlnlli
hir'il 1 1 1 pullco tunt out
a general il.i:m to-d:iv for Irtlnn Fish,
her hunti'iiiil. a leal entitle mid iimur
unco niieiil. He wan last seen lenlinr
his office t No. Pi llrldge Htreet
1ltfin1.11. llr I. live feet
three inches 111 height, weighs utiout MO
ih)Uk1.i, Iiuh 11 lair complexion, brown
hair niut brown moustache, touched
with fc-my. mill Ik llfly-tlve mr3 old.
One n' I'is legs .i rllghtly shorter than
(irl. I.nnu leno for Murder.
BI Kit II HAD. X. Y, March 11
l Oiiiid (."'"y ' "day uf inurUer In the
second ..-.. Chrl.topher Ilrown wns
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oil tiiant at I'l'oaii.ied La'nd during lis'.te Xrlhi 'n? " i."', ".' f; ; f.n. w,.f Infonned at Jnmalen. she suld rl,l. .It u v.w tlmt u b,.,, will . Court to-day. U Is u.purted..
quarrel. (Federation of Labor. ln tcn fMt of .nov and It will keop ring wheri too wait-olngT v liTet ' v ' court. "u"
Women, Scantily Clad, Ready'
to Leap From Windows
Wlien Firemen Arrive.
CHILDREN ARE TRAPPED
Many Victims Saved Without
Clothes Are Sheltered from
Cold in Theatre.
Thick black clouds of smoke from
drod WMto Into a panic at 6.30 .
o'clock this morning and sent thom i
stumbling to tho roof, down the Or 1
escapes and into tho street iby every J
Twentv.flvn neonlo. Inr.h.Hln..
dczen children, were marooned on
tho roof, thirteen a tor lea from the
Ground, for twenty-Ova minutes before
they found a skylight by which they
broko Into tha servants' stairway.
-Thoy were finally rescued fcy Patrol-1
man nob.rt onrien
man Robert O'Drlen
Moil of tho guests had no time to
clothe themselves and when they
reached tho Icy streets a largo num
bcr ot Uicm were taken Into tho Ha-
from tho theatre's wardrobe room.
The firemen llbt'i-atod tho steam In
tho hotel boilers as soon as they I
reached the scene, eliminating danger I
of an explosion in the basement.
Charlotte, premiers skater at tho
Hlppodromu, fled with her parents to
the servants,' stairway. Mrs. flora
Housotto, with her fuur-months-old
, child, was caught on tho ninth floor,
j hut made her way down a rear .iMir-
1 nay to safety and took rctugo la tho
. . . . , .... , ,
Jn tbclr n,sl,t thtt ffUC3,d droWd ,
room, which contained provisions una
baggage. The elovator shad ca.-nod
tl.o ditmko to the rouf.
Charles Kellei. thu night dorlt. rav
an alarm from the box at bis dssk ana
tent ii bellboy to tho corner in nvn
unnlhar 'Phi. miAtu ... Hnk
another. The trucus were notified aj
rapiuiy as poisioie, ami oegaa trovd
Ins tho halls in tholr night clothes.
Thomas Robinson, the cleator op
orator, carried down four loads of
guests. Tho fire molted tho electric
wires and put tho elevator out of
commission, at tno samo tlmo shut
ting off all th lights In tho hotel.
T.ic car stopped on tho fourth floor.
Robinson, with u pocket electric
lamp, continued to do good work by
piloting guests down the stairs, a
difllcult trip In tho dark, because
they are spbnl.
Finding Uiomsalve? in darknes.
with no eleator, many went to the
fire ecapefl on tho west aide of tho
building, and came down to tho roof
of the building adjoining.
When the firemen began to arrive
they ran up ladders nnd took many
women and men from tho front win
dows. As firemen went through tho ho-
tei tney rouna that In their hasty
leparturo most of the guests had left j
their rooms orion. Many had triad to
carry out grlp, hat boxes and suah
things, but had ben forced to aban
Tho turvlvors, however, got away
with enough dogs, cats and birds to
eiulp nn animal show.'
When Deputy t'hlot Joe Martin
c.imo with tho first npparatus many
women In front windows were ready
to Jump. Some had thrown grips and
fure to the htrtet. They woro brought
d-wn th ladders, which rcachdd 10
the i-eventli floor.
lack Frnr.eis, u nwspspcr man Ilv
Ing on the t nth floor, was ono of th I
tlr.n aroused by the gongs sounded n alyze animals which come within
every floor. lo rapped on ns many rcach of thom and suck the blood
doors as possible and led twenty-live1., ,i,,. ,.,,,., ,u , ,
men. women and children to the roof, ' of ,hplr v,ctlm- T" vamplro vino
KJward Delleclalr, who was with his ! ,ms killed and eaten unlmals as large
wlfo and nlnoteen-inonths-old baby, I aa a dog. Mr. Dixon told me. the hu
sfivwsly cut his hand breaking the man vamplro vino tceks even larger
Whlto theesc'"o ,uad was at work vrvy' rthe UMo' t0 whut Mr'
In tho basement Fireman rrank calls tho red light district of the
Clark w as struck on tho head by fall- '
ing iienns ami nau to go to l'olycllnlc
llnmill.'.l frip lrrtntiAtit
Chlf f Kenlon. who came on tl, !
Mcon.i iiiuiiu, rami iv .1 groasc-1
fed" fire because the fats In tho
kitchen gav.i It a good start and mado
It unusual y tmoky. It burned tho
liltctien, tho (.tnrcrooni containing
among other things tho stock of
liquors, damaged the dining room on
tho flrat floor and put tho dynamo out
or nusinosH. 1110 ios is osiimatu at
i ni i.ernr.i is nniy a row aoors irom
a lodging house In which four per-
hon-. io. uiuii i..-.i w.m iiionui in a 1
flrn Mtnrdni' frnm fi rfatni, rat..
" ...M.k .
, 1,., v,. i..i o- nu.i.iwu mufir ny 1
STRIKE RIOTS IN PORTO RICO.
(iiiiiipern liets '.-n Tlironali t.'nblc
WASHINGTON, March 11 President
nntYuu-m nf li American T-'edfiriitliin nf
Dabor to-dny received cablegrams from
Ssn Juan. Porto Rico, telling of rlirts
unw.nff llw. ,n, wnrU.ir. thrr
nianding." '! desputefi said. "Police
savagely' killed, wounded und clubbed ,
ten aaricuiiiiiai sumers at Arecino. ,
lMni"ii's pnrnuo was ouirsKcnumy shot
KT msim mm
n j t rj j- t m y-ii , ,
Board of Education Lecturer Classifies All Woman
kind Horticulturally Beware of the Human AmV f lv
Mushroom and the Vampire Vine! )W yOvS
By Nixola Grcclcy-Smith. W (wrV?
Are you a tvhlto violet or a pink roao woman, a wild Jessamine girl nl A VCTrTlK,''?i
or an orchid maiden? 1'crhapB you aro a cactus crcaturo whewo thorns W vjiPSrf
By Nixola Grcclcy-Smith.
Are you a whllo violet or a pink roso woman, a wild Jessamine girl
or an orchid maiden? 1'crhapB you aro a cactus crcaturo whwo thorns
j aro necessary to protect her flaming
JMm. "vc that you aro not a mushroom woman or a vam- I MW 1 1 r CLaKvQ- ))
mmmmW. plrp 'inc- 1V A lWSSS!
iB Tf you don't know how to classify yourself hortl- i
W&nmW culturally, hearken to tho wlBdom of Mr. Hoyal Dixon, MM' LJ I ylMmS
JlW lhor of "Tho Human Sldo of Plants," who ha Just MSm ' KrHJht. J
nkii.v3T'T completed another book, "Ileyond tho Realm In Plant- Km. iniminill limnn
AEkBj1 o)." 'blch will have ono Interesting chaptor, entitled lBmv QWlll A 1 I- K A W r- h I
BBfCJB "The Underworld Among tho Floworn." (VMbSbVYAI nlYILhlUnM VLOuLL
Pi TV. -A ltoyal Dixon Is a lecturor for tho Hoard of Educa- MftVBBlmV
! 'V 1' liM tlon Ho wan at ono tlmo assistant botanist at tho PlllBHeRKF
lj- ii j, .... gVU Field Museum of Natural History. Ho has travelled kBHKK I
plant lore for Kcw Gardens, and In the courso of his wanderings has dis
covered flowers that kidnap and murder, plants, that go fishing, others that
powder their noses, dance, go canoeing or swimming, and eomn up-to-tho-mlnuto
flowers that can skato.
Mr. Dixon has a novel theory thai
every typo of woman cot responds
to a particular flower or plant. He
told mo that Geraldine Farrar. for
Instance, Is a red cactus with a
special endowment of thorns to pro
tect her extraordinary beauty of mind
nnd body. Talent, In Mr. Dixon's
Interpretation of tho word, protects
woman. And our Gcraldlno'a great
gift, her voice. Is tho armor of her
marvellous pulchritude. Mrs. Illancho
Shoemaker Wagstaff, Mr. Dixon says.
Is a pink rose woman. Miss Edith M.
Thomas is a white violet. Miss Jesslo
Rlttenhouse Is a wild yellow Jessa
mine. You perceive that Mr. Dixon
choso literary women rather than
actrensos to illustrate his views. The
Tvomnn wlir. fllt tTio w..rM villi tir.
fume and lures and eaptu-es men of
all nations by her extraordinary lovo
llness he compares with the variety
of orchid which attraeta and Impris
ons whlto moths, holding them pr's
oneis for twenty-four hours He said
thnt Mrs. John Astor Ii tho perfect
type of the orchid woman.
Tho wife who Is content to "sit aj
the fe,,t of r('nt hubby" ahd say,
Yes, dear! Just ns you say, dear!
How I wish I had your brain, darl
ing,'' he culls tho mushroom woman
who springs up In a night in tho
shado of the great tree her lord.
Tho vamplro vine explains herself.
You know there really Is a vampire
vine, a hugo plant which grows In tho
region of Lake Tltlcaca In South
America, has n growth llko u human
faco In Its ccntro and long tcntncl- x
llko white arms,
These tentacles aro .
charged with electricity nnd thu p.ir-
I found this unusual botanist in his
,tmlV. ' "-n In the New York Public
u, in.iuuuj unmiuim. ii! is u
slond"r, dark, young man, wIiosa soft
peech betru his Southern bit lb.
and who api-aivd Just a trlfl.t dls-1
mayed thai his Idiian on thn human '
flower thow had co.no to light ao I
, ,.,,,..., , ,clcn
"""o-" t"1'-i"-u iu
"But, really," Mr. Divon protested
"the whole theory is very tentative.
1 have been asked to lecture at the
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4l.w joik riower nnuw in 1 no i'gm-
niiig 01 .pril. aim tin. othur duy in
laikmi; with a. friend I mentioned to
Ill til that I Intended to discus th
correspondence In type of certain
women and certain Dowers. Tho
moment I meet a woman 1 perceive the
tyim of llowor sho Is. You, for In
stanco I trust ou won't misunder
stand me aro n smllax!"
Just Imuglno my feelings. I was
getting my most beautiful smllo ail
"M,u r"r l l"" "iini' iu
P'0'1'"'' , .V'lf'L 1 VT fr. . 1
1 hoped OVCn for Something explosively
com-;?Wlet like the polnsettla Ami ll.re
wa" notning nut a oemuro tning
Used to help out the decorations at
weuuings. . mere Dncsgrounu -worse
than that -a VIM-;:
You don't understand." Mr. Dixon
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Beware of the Human
the Vampire Vine!
beauty. ICt mo express a vehement
hope that you aro not a mushroom woman or a vam
Tf you don't know how to classify yourself horti
culturally, hearken to tho wisdom of Mr. Royal Dixon,
author of "Tho Human Sldo of Plants," who has Just
completed another book, "Ueyond tho Realm In Plant
dom," which will have ono Interesting chaptor, entitled
"The Underworld Among tho Floworn."
ltoyal Dixon Is a lecturor for tho Hoard of Educa
tion Ho waa at ono tf mo assistant botanist at Uie
Field Museum of Natural History. Ho has travelled
In Africa and South Atnorlca In nearch of plants and
on growing You may dig a gravo for
It ten feet deep and ten years nftor
ward you will llnd that smllax green
nnd flourishing underground. Tho
snillax women aro the conquerors.
Any woman should rejolco to bo u
"Airs. Blanche Shoemaker Wnnstaff,
one of our most wonderful poets, Is a
(rink rose woman. Dvon her hair has
tho look of curling petals and every
thing about hr glows. Kdltb M.
Thomas Is a. white violet. Jesslo Rlt
tenhousn a wild yellow Jessamine;
Mrs. John Astor an orchid.
TALENT THE THORNY PROTEC-
TOR OF BEAUTY.
"There Is an orchid, do you know, , Srcnth Aveiiuo of Lawrence Rose-1 tlmo ago with a iloniestlo cargo for
what 1 mom by comparlnT Gernldlno j fl''tltimlf'- "n will 1m arraigned this I noturnlng, alio n-a.-i loaded with tit
Farrar to the red cactus of tho desert, evening in the Night Court. , trato (valuable in munition munu-
the lllnv. vour fvne. prnna tWn 4 1
too by the way. Tim cactus has to
havo thorns, otherwise it would b I
men llKn braln In women, though i
they will have to got used to th m !
soon, thu agt of the stinorwoman lx
lug ot hand. At the foot of the gl.int
cactus of the desert tho pralii" don-,
the prairie owl and the ratllesn.ik''
dwell together in harmony, Thise
creatures at the foot of tin flowering
cactiw typify tho diverse elements In
nn audience which aro brought Into
harniuny by n great volco like Mls
"Some women," Mr. Dixon added
nfter a rwirat-raph of silence, "have no
souls though many inoiv uoim-n
than men po.ses souls, of course.
Theso soulless women are the inuV
rooin wives who spring up In nn hour
miii wno uirK in tne sii.kiow of th
ineat tree great hubbv and who
live their little hour saying 'Ye...
lar,- Antt-Siiirraglhts are miish
rooill women. Mothers and w.vh are
I the great cereals the corn and win a'
anu rice wiiien nourish th'- world
All the great flowers are fr. nln t
Still," Mr. Dixon added thoughtfully.
a man sometimes nmirreis m i.n
feellngH. at any rato with the f.ni
mist dictum that all wninen 111111
work. There aro women who nre
wonderful white orchids. They fulll.
their iiiirmvBp in llfn liv nmnii'in,. ,...
I world with beauty Must thi-v f urn iU
bnnd and mo.it as will?"
, 1 no ii.iwi rs riiriiisli their own
mead and niiat.' I said, "all except
tin' para.Hltlo llowers, nnd tlioy nie
"Tho parasites r.ro tin underworld
"f I'lant life," Mr. Dixon eoncurred.
"' hntonlst ronriuerlng tlm sentl-
mrmtnllst. "The devil's needle, some-
limes called lovo-ln-a-tarnrle. 11111.1.
'tr.its the plant typical of tho red I
ugiu aistrlct. KarnuirH despair if
U nco the plant eut.-rs their fi'-ld, forUho lives with h. e daugiiter, Mrs. '" ' 1 " V'"
it snarls up ov.p' living gtow'th with. !,.:iH.,.e I'.aimue.,. on Gr.indvlow Av.j. I iiext nioiith at ol ."'I'0 S.any
, In many feet of it und ti,.. entangled i.;.g,.mere I. I 'prominent duculors nr .aid to imVo
plants turn yellow and die. The type ,'" 111 p,' uppll'di'oi the n.ltion.
of woman corresponding to the nara. ill Hagj ties said that her brother. There air now eiiiidreu nt ti...
f woman corresponding to the nara-
f-lie. It Is not nis'i-Hsary to deserlli- .
And yet do you know u little .-xi ur-
islon into tlic red light -INtrlct of
,. ,, : ." . i Vi I
' Mr iVi?.V,?'r.,. . V
My wrist watch said rather regret
fully I thought that It was time long
since for me to bo downtown. And
bemuse of that discreet tlmo piuco I
shall nover, never Iwoino famoui
an the flowers' F.lmor (ilyn.
tnn Dies In Imlr I'roiu film.
Victor lluimnn, foity years old. of N"o,
!7 Church Mret, J'lmslca, wis found
l"ad to-day of nsphyxtitlon In n room
at an vi rutnam Avenue,
l wns sntrrt In
chair beside a gni
Ht0ve. one burtur of which win lighted.
THE WORLD RUNS DOWN
Lawrence Rosecrants Is Held for
'Hiking Money and Hailing to De
liver Paper or Magazine1;.
complaints to The World of n man
who has been soliciting subscriptions
to Tim World and various magazines
In Harlem and on tho west ililo and
falling to deliver thu publications, ro- ,
suited In thu arrest to-day at No. liiSS
ItoHeerants hud forged uuthnrlza- ,
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abln ratca. It was hW custom to enter j
an apartment house. Ingratiate him- I
"'" woman tenant bv
..,.,ii.. ... i. v-- 1.1. mi
i"""""'" "",nu '"" "6""
commission mid, through her, proeuro ,
Introductions to other tenants.
1110 iorni niariun uio-r nun uiun
tlmo ago, but ho was elusive and
dodged pursuit until to-day, when lie
called at tho apartment of Mrs. Kmm.i
KIder at tho Seontb Avenue, address
to collect $2.73 balance on a subscrip
tion order sho had signed. Detective
Mangln and McCormlck and a World
tepreseiitutlvo were waiting for him.
Lawyers in court should nut
icrar soft collars. loin ffes,
chirked .tiff.i or t'jA'Mi Zi'lM
(iiiuu'xtion from William llouard
DIDN'T GET HIS WISH
iMtyniere Hoy, in I.im Letter ti
Muther, Longed to Light
"I only wish wo could eel Ot tllun j
Then, wero the last words Trooper j
Hurrv U. Wiswull ot tho Thirte-ntn i
CiiialO, U. H. A., killed by Villa
i.,.l,l(4 In ( Vdornliiiu V 1 wrntn In
his ni"tiir. Mrs. Chafb.itr wiswull,
I'agane.s saiu that her brother.
i-ir.i-- - I m thu tiiivy at the time of the
I ., i..,,,! i. !,, hly 1
' ? "".V ,V , , L i. ,. I
I r - v. !
th-uiiuy. in his letter, writii n ali mt
tun weiks ago, he told his lenitives
how much ho liked army life.
II no I..'. If 1.1
..ii. i.-.B-.... ..... iiniiiiiKi-iii in
conlltm tun news or wiswoll's death
nun win .ii ii "in asniiiKioii to i' on
o from Washington to Fort
IIIIhh to bring tho truoper's body
Cnlilnet Crisis Tbrentrneit In tfnly.
I.riS'DON'. Mnreh 11 A Milan de
f pn" r. to the Pally Mull rnys that 11
1 Cahlm ' erlds Is believed to be liniiil-
. nenl In Holy owing to tho tnslHtetio
1 of th.
n coalition gov-
SEIZED BY BRITISH
OFF CHILE COAST
The Edna Was Bound for
West Indies With a Cargo
WASHINGTON, March 11. Tho
American steamer I"dnn. formerly tho
".n.-nii moamer .tinzatlan, now
owned by Sudden & ClitltonHon of
San Francisco, ban been captured by
a British cruiser nnd tnken to Port
Stanley, Falkland Islands,
Tho Kdna loft Kan Francisco eomo
factum) for Barbados and Murtiniiiuo
.i nil Intt r.l.ili.... . . . . ...
.0.0.11 purl I n. Will
orders to coal at Tnlpal, Chill. Him
nover reached that iiort.
Representative Knhn. of California.
remirnteil h.. .ni ..
L.:,7 . "")."
" ;'" '-" Partment to-day. Me v
cabin to her owners was undated and
ulil not loivitn th
Mr. K'ahn said tho I Mm wns rliar.
tered to W. It. Orneo .Vt Co., of New
York. Tho Department took htepi to
I'egin at onco nn lninry Into thn
facts through Consular Agents with
a view to milking rcpreseiitatlonn to
Morn Hum 11 year nKii the IM11.1--then
the Aluzatlan had dllllculty In
oliailng from Mexico. Shu toolt
American registry In 1 y 1
No ri'.'iHon for her selisute wns
given, but It i ununited the iinturo
of her cargo e.iuied the eapturo.
.SAN I'MtA.VCISiO. Mutch M.--A
mewago ftoin ''apt. u,icar .lohnsoii of
line Lou-, suj.4 mi.i' the steamer Wll.'l
I te, zed by u Itriush Litilier Jan. 27
(Jili't (ititslile Mejilloiu a, Chile, whero
jit I ad loaded nitrates for tho Jlarhu-
iiocm, nni is now being held at Port
The u, tiers said to-day that thoy
did not Know whv the vi-K.,el liml )..-.
seized. U was under Am"i le.m re(;H.
tor and owned by Americans, and the
argo, they uudci stood, was destined
MOOSE SEEK AN EDUCATOR.
; ernors r llrilrr Heel Keip ti,
III" llriilnuiKe llrml.
h'neof the (ioernorH of "Mooi.
art,'" th phanag" or tho Loyal
"'der or .Moose lit .Mooselienrt, III.,
Ilia. 4-inli-t, nt in. t i i a
. V , ,or
I I... I i.ul l,.ll I
Tin-re air now s,,n -lnldr-i nt the
'"'''''V"''-. and iner.Mhng i .,.,lf
'""'' HuHbn-11 Hart ,,r Harvard I'm-
-at- of l.oof. dM n l. nt joungsie.H
.1-s i.t im iuH l'l(H' III IlUtt'
I'roi Hurl villi H I- luindtd to oml.e lnti-rnatloii.il nludler nnd rotuiduin
"Moiiselietirt" u model vuuuloiml man. ur lied lit Sing Sing and was Inl
sclioltl ., . .... , , ,
""wr -ll u
"'i'"" a. ' 1'"tl'.'5 or the Hoard
I iiivcrnorn H'I'r,
Jl. II Darlnild.
. hunl.i: former Congressinnn Join
I I.enlEpf f oluiriliiis, iililo; W. i;.
ii'mik;-, loiiriioin ui wie i iioue t;ti.
lies e.Triinl-striN of ' New Jersey, and
Jnm- J Davis of Pittsburgh, founder
if the 01 di r
rsrnri I en leli il f t,i,. .Murder
Drilled .r, I , ln.
I'KOVIDHS'Ci:. It. I , March It. C.
Victory Hi o .vii nnd Henry Spellmuii,
tuiieuily eirlvli'tijil of tlm
Hellow Passengers on West
Indies Trip Tell of Feasiinj;
IIRINC. OF PUBLICITY.
So the Colonel Tells Polk on
the Guiana, Which Reached
1 The voyago of Col. Roosovelt
through tho West Indies was a gus
tronotnlcnl triumph, according to
forty passengers on tho steamship
Qulana, which arrived In New York
to-day. These forty folk consider
themselves favored by the gods, for
' It fell to 'their lot to bo with Ilwnnn
j Tumlw when ho smnshnj tho banquet
records of tho tropics
; Tho outburst of entertainment nnd
feasting began nt Point nil Plttr.
(liliidolupe. Tho French authorities,
upon tho arrival of tho Colonel, de
clared a public holiday and sot loos
a sorKs of fetos.
tint It was on the Island of Marti
nique that tlm supremo height of hos
pitality was reached. Tho hcwh of
tho Colonel's coming had been cabled
In advance nnd the French afllclals
began to plan entertainments In tho
forms of dinners that would make
Hulshnzrnr's Feast seem llko a back
door handout. They cabled to Franco
for Instructions and worn told to go
The name of Roosevelt Is rnvenxl In
Martinique, for he was President at
tho tlmo of the Mount IVleo disaster
and gavo prompt aid to thn destitute.
Martinique Is used nn n concentra
tion camp by thn French for tho
assembling nnd training of troops re
erutted throughout the French West
India pOHScsMnns. When the Colonel
came ashore from tho Guiana bo wni
met by 6.C0O soldiers. With bands
blaring und soldiers shouting them
selves hoarse thn tr'kcr of Jungle
terrors landed n tho quay. Tho ofll
clals of the Island were In evening
clothes. Tho Colonel worn a pongee
suit, soft nhlrt and tho customary
Roosevelt hat. Ho wns led to a
hreakfaJit that lasted for almost three
After tho breakfast the visitor was
asked to review the troops, and then
luncheon was announced. At this
point the Colouol begged off nnd went
wlghtseetng until dinner. Dinner
liintod four hours. Novor In tho his
tory of tho Island had thoro been
such n strain on tho eloctrlc light
plant, whlah, near tho end of tho dln
nor, expired from exhaustion.
At Ht. Thomas. In the Danish West
Indies, the Colonel attended fancy
dress ball, lie still wore hh pongee
shirt. At Ht. Croix a public holiday
was declared and thero was mora
At St. I.ucla at looked for a time
ns though the progratninn would lo
changed. Tho Hrltish aulhorltlei con
sented to allow tho Colonel ashoro,
but barred other passengers. Finally
the rlllllculty was overcome Feast
ing followed .la usual.
Col. Koosevelt told several of the
pasiengers that ho was tiring of
publicity. Ho said he win getting
altogether too 'nucli Tho only In
cident to mar M10 voyage was tho
death of a mule
DOCTOR'S MARITAL LIFE
HOODOOED BY NUMBER 1 3
"Rit.il Thirteenth of November,"
His Wedding Day, Meant Mis
ery for Him, He Wrote Wife.
The advice of Dr. Isldor llrlll to
those contemplating matrimony Is:
don't get married on tlm thirteenth of
any month. That tho physician, now
iiltiu'lied to Hie I'lty and County Hos
pital In Han Francisco, knoWH what
he Is talking about was disclosed to
day In the Supiumo Court, w here Mrs.
Kessie 11. Hull, his brldo ot n year, Is
suing him for separation,
Hi months ago llrlll went to San
Fratielhi'o and after a tow months
there liked it so well he Hliiyd, writ-
I '"K tl'w '''tier 'n epl,in.itlon:
Dear (lessie; I am unclosing here
with icniliiance, us I can't go back
to New Yolk. Hi sides, 1 am going to
tell you mmuahlllg which I linve
wanted i,i i,i . 1 1 1 for a long t'tnn.
Our union ti'is been n mot uufortu
niii" ,.ne and I havo b, en thorougnly
inlhiirable iier since that fatal 13th of
"1 tried my best to lovo you, but 1
ran' I. I have done nil in my imwer
to train mjM'ir and got Into at lnst
1 , , I i ft', i wi.i t I ttn.l 1
. " ," . 1 1 " ' ' 1
, no lunger.
! "Lnf' rtun.itely yourji.
GOES TO PRISON IN OWN CAR.
Hue" V iilei lniry iiij If "IJruli lo
II lull I- liolim si,hi,i nr i:m,j,
lulta Kord, ulu . "Uoc" Waterburr.
t ."i.rlson ieiurdiiv. " '"U"
I'rl.im nll..,h... .... ,l,n. I.-n-.l nw.
unnr es liortiilorr. lender of a wlm inn
n , u,,, ' , V . r,. ;'i,o o, .VJ "i";
automobile with a' Dcmity Hherlff.'
"'nils idire doesn't look half so bad,
eTCl.Hined Ford, "ns It hns been painted!
If the grub Is all right the going ought
to be enr.'
Voted lliirsen 0111 no Mend.
l.. Ill t Tl'i. KiinlnT Worlil 1
tlAl.TIMOlli:, Alateli ll -MtH. Mar's
f.e,i1s Cherb'inler Josephthiil, wife '
.Sidney I, Josi plitliul. and wi n mr
i muny jeii'-n wa a iiiplimotn figu'e
,ui nors miowh tiirouiiiioiit the i:n-,i
1111. 1 l.fiiiwii fair ti, r tilililti. Ii. I... .,..t.
die, m dead nt Wiinontuii, Vu.. accord-
oinu ln to word nicylved nt thn Cher
1 bonier homo here.
Canvass ot Referendum Puts
Power to Act in Heads of
IMilers of thu four great railway
labor unions the engineers, firemen,'
conductors and brakemen an
nounced to-day In Chicago that OS
Her cent. of. their 100.000 membors
havo voted In favor of demanding In
creased wages ,n an eight-hour day
On each ballot wns printed a power
of attorney which tha workers signed,
delegating to his union president full
authority to represent him In tha
forthcoming negotiations. Tho causs
of tho employees Is now commlttod
Into ths hands of theso four union
presidents: W. H. Stone, of ths Engi
neers; W. 8. Carter, of tho Flrcmenj
A. H. Oarrctson, ot tho Conductors,
nnd W. O. I.co. of tno Urnkamen.
Theso samo men, with tho exception
of 1,. K. Hhcppard, taking tho placo of
President Clnrrotson, who U III, hs.v
been sitting In Chicago as Doard
of Canvassers during tho last two
weeks, tabulating tho vote, and havo
so far completed their task that only
thn slto of thn majority In favor of
pressing thn demands remains to bs
Mr. Htono said tho figures of tha
voto on tho demands would not bn
mndo public, it was unofficially re
ported, however, that 3S per cant, of
tho mun had voted In favor of tho
demands. Thn tabulation ot tho ref
erendum voto was completed to-day
and thn union officials of tho four
brotherhoods ot railway employees
Tho men have voted overwhelm
ingly for tho eight-hour day nnd ovor
tlmo nnd their demand will be for
wardud to every railway In (liu coun
try a' once," Mr. Htono wild.
Anticipating this iciiult, the railway
man.iger-i have organized to resist
tho demands. Tho demand for In
creases in wages will bo resisted.
Despite the niitioiuiceil determination
on both sides to fight even to tlio ex
treme of a country-wide strike, thorn
will begin next wick negotiations und
The llnal Isstio of strike will bo de
ferred by theso formalities until tlm
first of July.
A1 soon as the vote Is ofllclally nn
nounccd tho four Presidents wilt di
rect local chairmen to present the
wage demands to tho general tuan
ngets ot the vnrtous railroads. My
agreement the general managers hnvu
thirty days In which to answer. At
tho end of that tlmo they will declln.
to accede to the demands.
Then will follow a series of con
ferences between the four union prest
dents nnd a cotnmltten of rallwuy
managers. It theso fall to comn to
nn agreement tho union presidents
will report to their respective or
ganizations that all negotiations hav
ing proved fittllo tho only recoiirso Is
a strike and another referendum will
On tho result of this final voto of
tho men will rest th Industrial peace
of tho railway world.
The demand of the workers, on
voted to-day nro to change tho pres
ent standard run, on which wages
are based from ono hundred miles.
t ten hour, to ono hundred tnilci.
or eight hours, with tho addition of
pay and n half Instead of regular
pay for overtime.
Railroad presidents estimate that
400,000 men will be affected and thft
Increased cost would be between
175,000,000 nnd $100,000,000 a year.
FORD DELEGATE NOTWANTED
NenmllnnTlnn I'rrnilers Heellnn to)
TntU IVitre With llr, AUeil..
coi'KJJI1AG1:N. Starch 11 Thn con-
frenrn of I'rrmlers and foreign Minis
ters of Sweden. Norway and Denmark
to-dsy refused to receive a representa
tive or the rota peacn tnounai. ur.
Charles F. Aked of San Francisco was
the etnl.4jary. Ho came to Copenhagen
from Stockholm yesterday nnd mado
apiillc illoii to the Ministerial secro
lnrle for a hearing, bent on lnteretlng
ll... t:,",n.ltnfiv'i'i'i I,eltlr4 111 11 fllMltraj
conferi'iieo to end the w 'ir
Dr. K'I was mioriiieu io-oay uii
,h.. .,tir. ..in- jll.l n.it i'.-iri, III fnk,.
111 live Me4 tow ud peace mertures at
till - tlon. tho purpoio of the meeting
being solely to obi n in co-op, ration In
Kifegii inline nriilial Interests agalnJt
belligerent nggiession. Tho conference
will adjourn tn-nlght.
dirt Accutrr of Miss nti-nton Krrr.
Tho finale III t'i) poUon wn letter
charge, front which Misi Mary r.vron.
u Sutlday-chool teie.her of l.itt I. .N'ork,
U f., was exoiiei.iti.Ml tjy .Magimrate
Fiti'h In I'lunhltiB Wednesday, imH plan,
in the ' hildreii'i Court, Jnni d i. .wier
lay. AUuti.i Woltje. the tlfteen je u-old
k.i I, wno confe4id writing lie- letters,
but hy dictation from Mlu Km: 4.1 ,, r u
rclcaKcd. N" charge had been l.iWit
uguttit tho girl, but she vvaji Held as 11
(llrl siiiiiniiinbiilNt llni 11 Tninlile.
Mind Marthi Sin'Ui. a sooui.imieilui.
tiiuetei'il year old, of .'o. 'I'.iJ Wis'
Klfty-slMii Streot. while waUing In her
sleep ti-ly this murnlmj. fell fr "11 a
se'oii 1-t! iry window : to th" nli'iiaft.
In-. I.mi.y of I'lhill'i.- Horpit il rr
iii.im'.I I er 1 1 ' l'i I' ue. '' ' Jt
t i.g ' 1 an 1 U 1 lur.-! w '. ii.'t i nal
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