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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair and colder to-day; fair to-morrow;
moderate northerly winds.
Detailed wetther reports will he found on pace 15.
VOL. LXXX. NO. 135.
HOTEL MEN MAY PUT '
ETTOR BACK IN JAIL
nnlliiM' Kvirionec to Trove Tlml
lie Snid Fond Should Ho
I'lisnfo for llirli.
YVUIT.HS TO Fir.llT HACK
Will ('.ill Out All Workers To
morrow . Tlioy Say I'nioii
l ook for Itictiiurapli.
r keepers of Niv York yr.v 1
!, step to have Joseph .t. j
I V W. strike lender. I
i ni count for the statement
ii a inretlnc In Iirant Hull
night. In which lie s.ilil '
wallets should niiilir It "the
im in l In world for ciipl-
i' food piepitcd liy members,
ni"ti" Thc.v have Instructed'
! I'H.irli's .1. Campbell, to
'i .lio ptoper authorities ns ,
me.ni for tin- punish-:
l"" -i ;i ml nil others who liavej
i or Miuuotil acts of violence
- tl' tl.Mllll'-.
n t- t 111; tilt- Itoir! Kcrpetn A
n a p. put oil statement. Issued,
liii.iiii-i.. :!3t fifth nvenut,
I tluii Hi. y had cmplovcd,
H i who. with Mr. I'.iiup-'
1 1 In r ovldotuc In nil cans
Ml iUi' wlieto violence Is re-i
i'i'I Hi it nn. Information so'
, - ilil lie laid before tilt; ptoper i
r.a Hi'tlon. I
Hi ol tlcl tin: the strike the'
I f.id they weie iirrpalid to
I' nlii- rooms lo all Inn their
lso sic it." and tllri't tin sltu.'i
1 1 1 u v . 1 1 on..' llir wallets who
I to strike, i
f f the comment amused,
Matetiirnt at lsr.int ll.ill thi'
Ii i himself In Itooton sent a
l.ii-al . nion declining he
, in tly ipto'rd. lie said:
tii.iUr the remarks alleged.
.. , o the suggestion tllf'V
made oiit of my talk I- a
I ndvle oii to follow, for I
" I that tin- courve thev In-
attribute to ntf would not
..... inn tin oppo.-ltr. Yout
n a to in' won hy any potuv
i .. r human life."
. .io.i'ii lopoiters hraid IJIior
Mali in nt nnd he himself nd-
i in.: iiiadr It.
' i iiio.inniul. who vith I'.ttor
r. l,i 'I'd Imi ni'iiilit!'d of minder in
i, hi with tin- Uiwieiuo still.'',
' ili- laird that Ills minimi'' In the
v V laid not said nnv thing wlurh
(d l-c construed iih advice to I'ominlt
nic Hi' u:n the principal .speai.er
mi-lit at another hi
mretlnR of the j
p s m lirjnnt Hall, sixth
I'm t -set olid htreet
t lietorii thu nit-ctliii; commcnord
iinil Ktzlor of the Intrrnutlonal
Workers I 'nion. nnuisej ti ie.
s 'but the Intimate discussions of
sinkers were re.iclnm; the hotel
" e. vilbatlm form, colleeteil several
m ts and stnrtrd nround the hall
for a dictagraph which he had
aid detcetlves worklni; for the hotel
rprrs had hidden there. None was
' ml but later another s.urch was
ii 'ule of the union headriuarter.s at 72
W'-t Thirty-sixth street, with similar
H'l'flrd that their strike had now
cinri sufficient headwav to make It
' ve the eoniniittre of twenty. four,
s e (or the union, last nlKht mi -nr..
need that on Tuesday a nicctlnc will
be vei tn Itryant Hall for the purpose
ef eailtnc out formally every hotel
worker in the cltv. Hitherto no effort
has been made to bring about a general
s -Ike but the leaders think the time
r"W has arrived for such
(bnvannltti. (ianley, I'lynn
Tre.f.i and other well known f. W. W.
Tfinirrs will hi on hand to advise the
innir union as to the best way to
i atir the tieiip effective.
n event to which considerable sIr- I
r e ,,u
was attiiched was the arrival
i-lt.v yesterday from Pittsburg
U li.im Tiauttiiann, general organ
r r the I W. W
siiitenient of the hotel men was
I b) a special committee which
lOeil all tl.iy Saturday anil yesler
itore reaching tho decision to
r iiul.llc their Hide of the case. It
iii pa 1 1 .
newspapers and the general pub
i e been led to believe, that the
s " disturbance Is a strike, but this
i. It Is really a light hy the
'i who have secured control of the
' against the conservatives, who arc
n. n who have elected to remain
i ihe employers.
''' x radical element Is made up of
"rs, kitchen and pnntry men and
iv 'I'kers nnd nre the. kind of men
an he, nnd are, easily Influenced by
a d agitators and by men llko Kttor,
' ever there was anything which
r' mud the most drastic action by
iithnrities of this city, Sluto and
n it was this advice, to tamper
T ere are no words of condemnation
"lie enough, there Is no punishment
ftvere Tho thought that n mini
d deliberately advise men tn tnakn
f'jod unfit to eat, and perhaps do
rr "i h. makes one's blood boll,
''s' think of the effect such udvice
s' have had upon those men' who
1 ' r. n worked up to a point of mad
' v the preceding speakers, Is It
wonder that thoso men go out from
' nieetlngH with the set purpose
".imaging property or Injiiiiiu; those
1 do not share In their way of think-
1 n it the hotel nr restaurant In
whiiii suffeis from mich teach
' the entire business of the city,
oeople, amusement places, trans-
'.II mmpiinlcH and others must
' ri ted If the guests arc kept away
i of it.
"-i so wo have Instructed our at
"v. Chai leji ,l. Campbell, to confer
i he proper authorities coiicrriilns
- 'o punish Kttor and all tlifJsu who
suggested or advocated acts uf
iho pirsent trouble assumes
s iiropoitlons, and if Hie men who
eill.ilnctl 1'iel in us are so fnr
' 'i lu lcae cither becuuse vt fcur
"f Injury to them'elvcs or members of
thi'lr families, then wo shall inert the
Issue squarely unit fearlessly. Vi' have
piollli'il greatly hy the cxpcrleni im of
the last strike ti ml wo can and will IuUp
ourn of our business Interests.
"Mr. Campbell, assisted h detectives,
will sectite tho evidence in all cases
and lay It hrfotp tin- proper authorities,
mill our workers nre going to ho as
sured that they will hau' the entire
lintel association behind tin in and that
ovcty I'.isn will hp mot vigorously
At the Kr.vant Mall meeting last night
(ilovannlttl said that Httnr's ri'tnarks
had ln-eii cither intentionally or wil
"Wi' don't want In poison." he said.
"V want to do even woip to thesp
mlllloniilies and capitalists -wu want to
inaki. thi'in t;ood, honest men."
(iloiantilttl then said that the way
to win was to hit the prollt". to take
dliei-t action on the perishable Roods,
due way to do this would he to put too
much salt Hi n soup cooker. That would
spoil the soup and cost the hotel man
soinethlnir, but wouldn't hurt the
After the nuetltui the striker" ill"
peised to thi. illtfcrciit hotels where
they hap been nsslcned for picket
duty, i:ciy hoMi'lry will bp picketed
from now on.
AUTO COPS TO WATCH STRIKE.
I'ljlnn Si,iinilron ll. nilj tor w nliers' 1"'t " ' onst itiited w.thln Iti-eir and will
Tronhlr In l'hllnilplilils. j hold oer until IKM l'l Icl.iy. '.lien a n-w
I'llllAt.Kt.l'iiH. .Ian IL' Throimb the IT-j-M-til of the lepubllc Is to be ele. I
strike of waltcts at lloti'l Majestic last by the National Assembly at Veallles.
tilKht It was revealed that liliector of lit l the ciistntn on vncli oiialotiH for
I'llbhe Safet poller has established a j,, MmstIV to ic.hkii 111 a bod
"living Miuadron'' tn the lmal polar' . .. , ,, ,,,,, . . ,.
department by which K... men inlv he! 1 ''"'''''" Millerand Is 'he
tnobllixcd In nnv part of Phlladpliihla Kenet.il topic of cotiv. ts.it. on His r ti
within twenty minutes ftom the time i s ati'inent of i 'ol. du I 'at y de ri.im
a riot call N tecelved I created unat esiltement and as it
The 'II.miir s,,uadion - Idea. ''''" i threateneil tin ( a nitirl.it til r of M It.n-
strike. It was mxaiiiiil Thanksmvim;
nlKht and has been callid Into use time
times since, t'lirivti-as eve, New Year's
eve and last nlcht
Automobiles are stationed in certain
portions of the cltv. The moment a
trouble call cotnes the 'tljini; Miiad
inu" Is miihilizid for transput union by
COLORADO TO N.Y.
AN 89 DAYS STROLL
Voiiiiu M.'iu n ml Rriil' Kuil
Tr.iiup ami Win S.tiO With
lYw Ilour to Sparo.
yoimi; man in a khaki -Hit
woman m a corduroy suit and
Hudie. a fin terrier, called' at
ofhee yesterday ntternuon to
that tbev hint wnlU.trl fponi
SpritiRs in ss days 1 hour and 5 minutes
i aIl, uj W)lt, a pr ,,f V
si' Thh moot, P 1. l'iiii wlin i ,,l
his wife. Mr. Bhrvl lilneh KUon lm iu I
is, made the walk as h hoiievinoon trip
They were married a few days Iwf ore !
I .September '.'1, when thev left Colorado '
ISprinC". the Pike's Peak Athletic Chili .
havitiK ollereil Km for the couple that
I could walk to this city inside of ninety;
'days lii-on anil his bride didn't have !
I munv hours left in which to win the monev, :
"Wis didn't have a very hard trip," said
Fison, "and the distance is estimated
nt -.Ion miles We avernced between
'.'i and 30 miles a day, sometimes walking
until " nnd o'clock nt niRht if the con
ditions were favorable
"Wo only ran into two snowstorm,
one in Colorado uni the other in Penn
sylvania. The tnot excititiK experience
we had was at a town called (ietn in Kansas
I don't know who named the town, but 1
the smartest. mot blinding dust storm I
enveloped us We had n job mnkinc
'lM ")W' "I'd iTheii we got there, it wa 1
'" years ago it had n niimU-r of j
stores and huslness places tint they have
j all Rone on account of the dust The hotel
Was deserted except for the properietor
The general store wa well stocked bill
there were no customers and the bos
Kiid lie couldn't get away Kverything
in the hotel and the store wore a heavy
coat of dust
"We walked the entire distance, except
when wo were taken across the Missis
sippi Hivcr at lluiiingloii. In . in a row
boat. At first we had sorti feet, but the
gieat trouble wus from indigestion be
cause of tho food we got nnd the irregular
hours In eating. When we htruck Alio
gheny. Pa., there was a hog killing
and wo had to make a meal of jiork,
which made us sick, tin only time wn
were knocked out at all. On the ferry
boat crossing the North Itiver wo walked
all tho while."
Kison said he gained eight pounds, and
his wife three. She started out in n khaki
suit, but. found it too cold and changed
to corduroy. Only once did she show
any physical sign of stress crossing the
Alleghany .Mountains jn eighteen inches
of snow. Her husband was afraid she
would faint and helped heracrosi.
rison is a painter and n dot-orator
His wife had never been out of Denver
until she win married He and his wife
Bay they paid all their e.eiisr,s by Holllnn
post cants and lecturing Several times
they saved money, hut went hungry in
New Jersey because fanners refused to
Bell or give them food,
Tho coiiie will call on Mnyor (iaynor
to-day and give him n letter from Mayor
H. ,'. Avery of Colorado H rings.
OWNER OF BITING DOG ARRESTED
Police llolil Hoj, Also iilmnl, for
into Miller 111 years, of 1711 Avenue
A, was lockiil up in tile I jist. i;ii;hl -eighth
stle.'t I'ollif slntloi last night
because his bull terrier had billet. I.o
rotla .lei's. I? .vriirs, 171.'! Avenue A. In
the leg. Miller Is dun ceil wiih afMiuM,
I a ud the polho itt'o took the dir,' inlo
J.oitilit sajs that ilutliig tin- afler-
noun she went into tin. i.inflv Mmo of
Mrs. Ile.-sli. I : 1 1 It'ii.t inn, i;,"il Avenue A,
to make a pin chnse. Miller and tho
dog weie thru-, and l.otelta sa;.s that
Miller in Red the dog at her. The dug
filliped both of LorelU'j less and the
gill run hem?.
YORK, MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1913. -"npuiltlht.
CABINET CRISIS IN
l.c limn Reronips War MinMer:
llii riiico Tiikon liy rnil.-r
WHY MII.LKRANI) IIKSKiNKIl,
I'ciiroil IN'iiistiilcniotil of
I'.'ily tic Clnni Would
fifnul (,i,V firiyntcti In Tiik Six.
IMik. Ian. U'. The polltleal 1 1 1!s
which was thieatened throm;li the reslu
tialloti if .1. Mllleia'id n Minister of
War has been nvnt-'il In a temporary
makeshift. M. Mlllrrand's reslmiatlon
has lii'en necepted. M. .e llnm, the
Minister of the 1'oloiiles, ,vi (1. place him
Tor th time belnc, M. Dpsnatil, the
I'nder Secret for I'ln.nue takes the
''olotili's portfolio and hl own offlee l
temporarl siipptesMd. Thus the i '.ibl-
llll'itld Pullicate fm the
Prcslilem y the j
to the cmit,
War Minister, accotdlti
rislunnl tather than have
his chief !
strut k at throiiuh him.
t'ol. du I'aty de Cl.ini was n-tirrd In
pioi) fot his connection with the Diry-
J 4 1 1 '.11' 11.' 111,111,' .III ,l..ill I,. .11,
I Council of State in liinT for reinstate
Itileti: and thi- wa i ejected. He then
un ted an a. tlon ar.alnst the Minister i
I of War lot u- nc what In assitted wile
jtofied ilocuments auaiast him At the
tune of lh.' cM'tti nicnl over the arrival
..f he (Jcrnian i rul-er at Ak.iiIIi 'oi du
Pat.v de (iatr nppc.ileit lo M. .l"".-nnv.
the then Mlnl-ter of War, for lelnstaie
ment in the territorial at'ii. l-'raiues
i,i:id Un-. vvhlih latiks after the n-
'servis. M. .M.'.,iiiv aureiil to ilo till."
on coiiditlnn that t'u P.uy d
,' , , i
tile forsed I
draw his lutlon In teRatd t
a voiins 'd's'UIIH tits. The Colonel did so, but '
their doc Messlmy serniMl to be afraid lo keep Ills
'I UK Sjl'XiPart of the asreenient and left the niat
annoimcH ; tcr ov r to M. MllleranU, his successor In
i.i,H ivHr ufilcc.
M MKSernr.d. after consultlnR the
IcrhI authorities of th flejmrrmiit, re-
Col, du P.uy de Clam In the
(transport service, which mean that In
case of war he ran be called on to
sunn v Ise th" railroad servlie at some
point. M Mlllerand locked upon the I
affair n- sluipiv notnial lulinlnlstrat.v e
action and d'.d imt lonsult Premier .
PiMic.ire and the reintegration of I'u
I'aty de Cl..m was only known of when
It was gazetted on I rlilay.
A meeting of the Cabinet was held on
Saturday morning. M. IMm.- the
Minister of Agrlcultnie. brought the
silbjei t up nt once. He expressed re
gie! that tliHCabimt had not bet n con-
sultnl in leg ini to un l aiy oe i nun s ,.r ,,f p,tty inbliern s laletv anil las',
rtinstatttnent. which he said was of a I .-'u l unl.i.v he decided to spend the night
political character M. Mlllerand con- t, ,, st'o teat L'ln:: I'.lghth jventie. Mc
teniled that It was a tmrely ndnilnistrn- (!o.in n,lt paivlcularly absent
the measure, but said that he was will- ,nilcd. hut h- forgot to get a key be
ing to ie stun If his action was likely to fl,ri, ,, ,,;u.,. was locked up And
embarrass the candidature of M. Poln- 1 1 t-j. wj,v ,(, conllned In the
cute Premier Polncare statt d that he ,,,iinK midnight lit night, though
would imt nave approveu or mo iein-h
statement of Du Pat.v ib- Clam If he had
been consulted by the War Minister, but
he would prefer that the entire Cabinet
should resign than that M Mlllerand
should be blamed for III" action.
M. Anstide Hrland. a former Premier,
who is now Minister of Justice, then
came to the front and urged calmness.
He said the piesent serious foreign sit
uation and the approaching Presidential
election mail" a Ministerial crisl.s vety
undesirable at the present time This
was agreed to. and after the meeting
a note was Issued to the effect that M
Mlllerand assumed the sole le.sponslbll-
Ity for the leinstatement of i in. tin
I'aty de Clam.
The opponents of M Polneare as a
Piesldenttnl candidate seized the Inci
dent to-day nnd eplol',od it to the ut
most. They decline they will Interpel
late the Ministry before the election on
I'liday, although Parliament only meets
on Tuesday and the entire time will he
needed for the formal business of the
election of the piesldents of the Senate
and Chamber of Deputies and the com
mittees and other miitine matters.
As the) weie (ai'cil with a certain
minority lu such a debate In which M.
Mllleriind's colleagues would have re
fused to support his action It was recog.
nized at a meeting of the Cabinet at
the Itlt. thai the only solution of the
question was the acceptance of M Mil
In spile of all Oils the inystcrv of
why M. .Mlllerand should Imperil the
chances of Ills ft lend and chief, M.
Polncare, at this critical Juncture by
the iclnstltlcuif lit of I III Paly tie Clam
It Is lecalltd lh.it th'i following Win
Ministers fell through 'he Dreyfus af.
fair: M. Paul de Cav Licnac, M. '.iirlln
ileu and M. Chain Ine in I :is. M. tie
l''re,vcluei in IMO and lieu, (inlllfet In
I'.'iiu. Millcraiiil follows n
M. Jean .liillies. the SocuIIm leader. In
II speech to II latgi nuillenie to-night
landed licmler Pullicate, but ni pn t I
M Milliraud to an np.iibe who sent a
,1 iiiiiiiv into h't'i, iici.'u i.nli i l.'.i I
lender and iheiebv throw (oufiislou into'
the coimti i
The iicwspitpi is nre iIIvkii d into two
political i a to p.- on the alfait. i'u.- (lov
einiiiiiit oigiitis piiilsi M. I'o.ncnic and
ale mute on Du I'ulv dr Clam's nui
slaleuii'iit. Tin ollul side booms M.
Mlllciaiid lor ruling up Ihe Difv,us
affalt and "t.vus Du Palv dp Clam a
iittt.M huh iilitui 1. 11 si;iti 11 1:
III tel.! WIST Aliunde I'linnl l.lnr'
biM&L" 1 . 9 uuw.1. i.U U w.Aii.
AFTER BIG TIM. HARBUROER. I
lieillt tn (in lo riiimi'rsn From
Mthoimh UIr iini Silltl v ii ii will (it
i 1 1 1 1 1 lie unable to take the plai e In the
I louse of liepresi ntatlv e. to wlih'h lie
was fleeted in November, no at Hon has
been taken towaid cboolni; his surer."-'un-
Mr. Sulll mi's ft lends know of Ills
'phislial nnd mental condition, but are
'leliictant to lake the steps whlrh would
p., (,, imveatlni;.
(i,,v ,"'0 r,"i""-"''u,1;;"
of nrrilierlV ceililled evidence of HlK
Tim's dlsablllt.x, would hae lo call n
special election for the Thirteenth dls.
tiict. Thus far nothliiR has been done
In that ri'Knid.
It l helm; said on the ll.ift Slile that
tin- man who leplaees Mr. Sullivan In
ConcresH must be a .lew, that with the
passim; of Itli; Tim Iheie Is no renoti
whv the S 1 1 1 1 1 .n ti elan should continue
to deli rmliie who shall hold political
oillce In a region that has unilercone
u-reat raeliil clvmces since the Snlllv.ms
( me of the possible candidates, lie
iiitdiiii: to Ka't Side rumor, is Julius
llurhiirer, who has another year lo
serve as Sheriff It Is believed that he
would he ulad to pi to Washington, lie
fole the nult of Ills 'Jim's enndll. in
becaiii" publicly known the Tammany
word was that .dr. lliuhiitKer tulcht be
a laudlilate for lloroiifh Piesldent next
The SiieillT said lat nlKht that he
-tn til ii t s.in wtial the l)et ociats of the
Thirteenth would d" until I' was prove
ithat P.ia Tim Su.liv m's ci'se Is hopeless.
PUJO DOCTOR SEES
Mioii I'la . .Ian. i: William Hocke
feller artivisl here to-day on the Miami
I from Nassau. New Providence, where h"
went sieve tal ll.IVs aso. VI"U Mr ltocke
feller reaiiieil ln-re he was m-t liy his son.
Percy l!iH'k"feer. and his "ison,il
physician. Ir Walter 1' ( haps'll, who
I'.itne here ftom New York to be with til"
elder Mr Kockefeller when enutnmcd
as to his physical condition by Dr. Ch.irles
W Itieharilson of Washington, who was
sent ln'ie bv ihe Pujo committer.
Mr Itockefeller's jihysieian says that
his patient's health is micIi that it would
I i I i:r . I. .e .1...
"IS Hie HI lipp'"ir lii'llilf Illf
Pujo committee Tile Pujo committee
,.. . . . . ,, tt... . ii.
Pl"4 111 IU'C.tl I T V Uiippi'll llllllIJ'l
imle-s confirmed by Dr. Richardson.
Mr lloi'krfeller was ca mined hy Or
Itieharilson this afternoon In hli apart
ments nt the Itoyal Palm Hotel. Percy
Itockefrller and )r. ClinppMI were ires
rnt. The examination by Dr. Richard
son was extended, but nt Its conclusion
be would make no s atemrnt.
It Is said that the Itnckefeller party
will I ave to-morriw for New York. ' n
the trip from Nasau Mi Rockefeller
iinnlned ,n his stateroom (Jn bavins
tin- iioat he tame donn the Kinmplank
unassisted but leatiiiiR on a vane
SLEUTH LOCKED IN STORE.
I'ttreetl lo spentl Ttti Vlahls
i;nicrrj fler I'ih'kMUiib Kr.
Walter Mcflovvan, chief dete. tlve of
the .lames itiitlei groieiv store?, has
'l.c .ii i onslderablv worried v.r a mini-
,n;u,, ,,ne arrest
"nil. well, it doesn't matter." ipioth
In- to himself vvh"ti he tlWcoverrd his
predicament on Satuiday n'.sht and laid
down and went to sleep. Yesterday he
ate ginger sn.ips and California cheese
and felt haip. At fl:.H o'clock In the
evening he was startled bv a noise at
the rear of the role and pulled out Ills
rev olv er
lie could see one of the It nil bars at
a rear window slipped nut "f place; the
next instant the window was raised
softl.v. and u foui teen-.v ear-old boy
squeezed through the upertuie and
llloppi'l! to tile lloor
The bo proved be Henry Oloyre
of 3'ix Wist lM'b st'iet. McOowatl lid
the jouugster to the front of the build
ing nnd began nipping on the glass
tloor Policeman Jenkins soon appealed
and weiii to the rear window. Henry
was handed through, and then Me
(iovvnii tiled his luck but got stuck
"Never mind" he shouted out to
Jenkins. "I'd Just as soon stay here,
So Policeman Jenkins saw that little
llenrv was locked up on n charge of
Juvenile ileliniiieiicv, while Detective
Mciiowyn settled down for n second
night of confinement.
SIX POWER LOAN APPORTIONED.
t tile i' I fun I. fillips (iris H'.'fl.OO I,
fc urilliiu; In l.oiiiliia I'uper.
'prnn' I nh't riiatr, In Tllr. Si
I.oxiion, Jan. 13. According lo n iisii
ally tellable Nationalist newspaper the
six Powei loan has been apportioned as
follows: To the American uroup, 25,U00,
mill: to the Hitch Cilsp group, $'j."i,noo,.
Illlll; to the Itlitlsh gloill, VJO.OuO.Onu, to
the I'rcnch group. Jjii.niiu.nou: to the
(I'ciinan gtonp, Jl.'i.tino.non. and the same
amounts to the Russian and .laiancse
CZAREVITCH AGAIN ILL?
I'hji sleliin oiitltlenl) Culled In
TMiirNUiif -trio I Halle.
irrutl I nltlr lictinilflt In Tun Si v
Si. Fi.iixsm 111:, Jan, 12. Dr. (i.slro
gol'skv . Who attended the C.'.at evilch
when Ills sKi.lii ss began last Seplcnilier
at the caslle at Spain, has been sum
moned to Hie i.itille at Tsarskoc-Selo,
The iciimiii Is not known, bin the fuel
that Ihe physhian has agnlii been called
In bus slatieil more Illinois lu regard
to the roiiilllain of the health uf the
lOl.l, by the .Sim '.biHn,; nmt I'ubthhUw
MISS GOULD TO BE I
MARRIED ON JAN. 22
Only Kelalives anil Intimate
I'riemls Will Attend Cere
mony in Tarrytown.
Y. .M. ('. A. MK.V IM.AX HIFTS
'lie Itailroad. Army and Navy
I'liiiiiclies Will fiive Seiarate
The marriage of Mh Helen Miller
(iould and linley .1. Shepard will take
place on Wednesday, .Innunry "i, at '
IJ:3ii o'clock at Miss (iould's country
place In Tarrytown. It will be witnessed
by n small gathering of relatives nnd i
Intimate friends, Including some of her
old neighbors In Tarrytown and Irving
Ion. Although Miss iloiild's wedding will
he as simple as possible, there will be
an elaborate musical programme by
Nahan I'rnnkn's ouhestra of forty
pieces. Some of the music w: selected
.vesteitlay by Mr. Slirpard.'
The wedding match of "Lohengrin"
and Mendelssohn's setting to "A Mid
summer Night's Dream" have been
chosen, nnd theie will be pla.led In ad
dition compositions of Handel, Wagner.
Massrtiet. Schumann, Oodanl and Klgar.
though the t iict piogriimme tins not
.vet been chosen. The ceremony will be
followed by a stated breakfast, but
other details have vet to be settled.
Miss itoilld's blether. In-law and sister,
the Duke and Duchess tie Talleyrand,
and their joiing son are coming over
f i mil Paris for the wedding, hiving
sailed Inst Saturday on the Maurctanla.
Members of the railroad men's Young
Mrn's Chr'fllau Association, the sallots
of the North A t l,i nt If Miuadron nnd sol
diers at army posts thioughotit the
country whcio there are Y M. C. A
branches ate planning to give Miss
Could wedding presents of a kind to
expte.ss their great regatd for her
Miss Could has always been Interested
In the work of the Y. M C. A. and
particularly In the rallio.ul and army
and navy branches. On the Could
lines in the West she has built nearly
all the branches and In St. I.ouls the
largest railroad brand In the world
The navy has always had a pa. icu
laiiy warm affection for Miss Could
She built the Y. M. C. A branch at
the ltronkl.vn navy .aid In 1 f'OJ and In
19i7 got a loving cup from the North
Atlantic Meet In appreciation for what
she had done for the sailor in port. The
building there cost nearly J.'.OO.OOn, of
which Mrs. Russell Sae contributed
$100,000 for enlargements.
When the battle Meet was in lh
Hudson last jyctoW- ny visitor was re
ceived wilh mote pleasure on the part
of the officers anrt men, or with
greater ttspect than Miss Could. She
went out ;rt the Connecticut with two
of her nieces to hov'v them the ship,
and as she neared the big ship seated
lu the stern sheets of a cutler a griz
zled old seaman ict. gnlzed the coming
The hand lined up on the quar
terdeck and iilaved a spirited march,
and as Mls Could mounted to the deck
she was received by Capt Hugh Rodman
and Fleet Captain Hill.
The army Is not far behind the navy
In Its appreciation. Miss (iould gave
th-m a J200.0CU building at Fort Monroe
and other posts In the countr.v have felt
the effeit of her Interest In many ways.
The Idea of giving Mls (iould wed
ding presents appears to have occurred
spontaneously in the minds of men In
the different Y. M C. A. branches. A
far lis It can be traced in the railroad
branch It originated with Charles Kills,
a baggage muster who runs between
New Yolk and Huston on the New
Haven road. Hills took up the matter
with Ward V. Adair, secretary of the
.Madison avenue railroad men's branch,
near 'he Crand Central Station.
' It was referred to the International
Y M. C. A. and a committee of that
organlzat'on wa appointed to receive
ihe men's gifts Hach rallrnjd man will
tontrlbute 10 cents, so Miss Could need
not feel, as they are somewhat afraid
she will, that she should not receive so
Imposing a gift as It Is In the power
of the thousands of ralltond men to
give her, even with such a small In
dividual contribution. It Is said that
the men wanted to give more, hip: were
dlfsnaded by those who knew that the
smaller sum would please Miss Gould
In the navy the sailors are con
tributing 2.1 cents each nnd already
over 13,000 has been placed In the
hands of 'Paymaster Vennble of tl)o
Delaware, now lying In the Ilrooklyn
navy yard. The sailors are delighted
to be allowed to show their regard for
Miss (iould. and It Is one of the most
engrossing subjects of conversation In
the Navv Y. M. C A., which she
built for them.
What the army men nre contributing
could not be learned last night The
whole matter for the urniy and navy
Is In the hands of John S. Tlchenor,
general secretarv for the Army anil
Nnvy Y. M C. A, branches. After the
navy contributions me all In a com
mittee of officers will be delegated to
wail on Miss Could and Unci out what
she would prefer lo receive from the
men of tho navy If they nie not
successful the otflcets Will try In select
whin they think would be most up.
proprialo. A similar arrangement will
be made by the army.
ELEVATOR DROPS AUTO AND MAN.
(iinnrTriir licl I'meluretl kn In
'.'.1 I'ool I'nll.
A cable on an elevator In a garage at
I2ii lOast Fifty-fourth street bloke yes
Ifid.ii while Harry Jones, a chauffeur of
310 Wesl Slxtv-llfth stieet, and the
automobile he drives were being lifted to
the M'Liind Hour. (
Kh'V.Hor, an. one, bile and Jones weie
dropped tweib.v live fret to Ihe cellar.
. lours was taken to Flower Hospital
with a fr.uiuicd skill .
A t'U ql'M of MiltsrilM IIIIIUI
fcUsi- ir.cil: !i a llicndH toale.-. AH:
LONDON'S VENUS DE MIL0.
llressninUer'n Model lleiiorlnl rarer
Perfect lit a ii It milk l. ii Ctrl.
tp'tinl I'nbtr lifmlri In Tiik Sr
t.n.vtoN. Jan 12 -London asserts that
il has a woman nearer the proportions of
the VeniiH do Milo thin Miss .Scheel of
Ilrooklyn In MUs MarJorie Watson, a
West KikJ dressmaker's model, whose.
measurements inn vouched lor liy i.tnci
llailoy, the artist Her measurements nro:
Height, (..I V. inches; head, '.':' I; neck, 13;
chest, waist and hips identical with the
measurements of the Venus tie Milo;
thigh. ?2 nnd calf. t:t Miss llailey adds.
"Miss Watson's head is quite (iierlan
Her complexion Is ierlect and needs
no aid from ait She Is i true typn of
Kngllsh beauty She lias light brown
hair ant) blue, laughing eyes."
Miss Watson says she has lived the
ordinary life of other gills. Sim has
never gono in for physical training but
rides a bicycle and swims
CURFEW FOR LATE DANCERS.
I'lillntlrlphln Hnslnrm lien Snv i'her
.eetl nme Slrrp.
I'llll.AliKl.l'lllA. .Ian 12 -The married
men in Philadelphia society have served
notice on local hostesses I lint they must
end their dances earlier or theio will be
a lack of men. It has lieen suggested
that the married men l permitted lo
retiie gracelully not liter than '.' o'clock
in the morning Philadelphia hostesses
ate awakening Ut the fad thai Iheie is
a difference between Plilladelphi I and
New York society Here they mut.
depentl on the married men at dances
or there will lien predominance of women
(iatdner Cassatt has a set rule that he
will ts ready to leave any such affair
not later than 2 o'clock
FIANCEE RENOUNCES $30,000.
Will lilie llrr Hrlrnlhril's Moner
nnd Asm tn III llnllirr.
Washington. Jan 12 Itecnuse she
Is'lieves that the mother of her flanro
bin a greater right to the money, Miss
Itotty K Feathers! on, an eighteen-year-old
gill of this city, will lenounce 2,1,on0
nntl a Ki.nuo automobile left her by Charles
Miss Feat herston was to have been
m.'iriied to Manning last week He left
ST0,msi, including a KS.nnn insurance
policy made out to his H,mc(n. It is tho
insurance and hi 4 autoiiiobilo that Miss
Ke.itherslon will give his niolher. Man
ning left S&i.urvi in a sister. Miss Helen
Manning of New York
COLD SPELL HEADED THIS WAY.
rf litTral Illnst llrlrrn Merrnrjr
I'rnni III DrKrerw In ItK.
The temperattite and mugglness of
yrsteitlay morning suggested a raw day
In June. The wintl was mild out of the
summery southwet until shortly after
The official thermometer had gone up
to Ut degrees, only fl below the highest
record for the month, when . bllxzardly
breath from the northwest swept this
way, creating a line old squall of chill
ing rain that bounded from windows
nnd the facades of buildings like hall
The visitation was stiddin and folk
complacently strolling without over
cunts wished they had them, t'mbrellas
sailed Into the sky and skirts didn't go
The siimmetilke temperature slid
dow n to 3S Tin. local prophets say It
may get to 20 befote daylight. Anyhow,
there nre real winter conditions lu the
Interior of the State and.iiwny out in
Montana and North Dakota the meicury
Is 34 below zero. Perhaps we may feci
some of that frosty Inlluence later.
50 FOOT GEYSER IN BROADWAY,
Sprrl Car sninshes High l'rrnrr
lljilrntil nil it Street Is I'loottril.
Street car 1313 of the Lexington nve
nue am. II road way line Jumped the
track late yesteitlay afternoon nnd
smashed a high pressure hydrant nt
Twenty-second rtreet and Hroadway.
Immediately a fifty foot geyser became
a feature of the Creat While Way.
The Fire Department and police re
serves got tin- water shut off after
forty-five minutes. I.lttle boys and girls
were skating along that part of Hroad
way last evening.
A good number of Sunday nflernoon
pedestrians lu frock coats were near
the h.vdrnnt when the uir struck It
and for an Instant the whole world
seemed to have dissolved Into water.
The whole block was under water long
before the stream was shut off.
DECLINES M'ARTHUR'S PULPIT.
SI, I.ouls Paalnr'a snlnry llnlarrt
nnd He (ile Ine reuse Ann).
Sr. I.01MS, Mo Jan. 12. The congre
gation of tho Third Baptist Church of
this city was told by the pastor, the
Rev. Dr. W J. Williamson, to-day that
he hud declined a call from the Calvary
llaptlst Church In New York city.
This is the second time that the Cal
vary congregation has asked Dr. Will
iamson lo succeed the Rev. Dr. Robeit
With the last call came a reiiutsl, it Is
said, for him to 11.x his own salary. The
Third Church congregation promptly
lidded $1,000 to Dr Williamson's salary
and he as proiiiptl.v contribute i, IT to a
fund foi an eiliiciilional building to be
built near thi' church Dr. Williamson
rejected 11 fund offered lo him for 11
trip to F.urope.
MAN FOUND DEAD IN HOTEL.
Chloroform enp Icllin, Ivnnini na
.1. .11. Allen nt lloalon.
The body of 11 man who had regis
tered ns .1. M. Allen of Muslim was
found yesterday nfteinoon In room in
the, Hroadway Central Hotel. Tho man
hail been (lead for some time.
Hocanio lu the lintel on Thursday. Hp
had no baggage, lie was seen mound
the corridors 011 Saturday, but did not
iippear for meals yesterday.
(Hi 11 table near tho bed was a bottle
half lllled with chloroform and u cloth.
The dead man had and a silver
watch, There were no personal papers
lu the loom. Ilo was about ."i.'i yrnrs
Coioiier Winl'M bottom had the body
sent lu the Moryuc lor un autopsy.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
x 1 a
m Passengers Taken Safely
From Uranium After
MANY COMIXfi JIERE
Ship May Bo Dragged From
Dangerous Position at
Low Tide To-day.
CKKW REMAINS ON BOAKD
ViiYiiffoi'., Mostly Iniiuiffrnnl.
to Ho Jiroiiirlit tn New
York liy Tniiu.
HaMtax, Jan. VI. The strntnshtp
t'tanltim Is haul and fast on the rocks
nt Chetmclo Head, at the entranco t'j
Halifax hnrbor, but all of the SS3 psji
senge.rs arc safe In the Immigration
buildings nt this poi 1.
Theie was n heavy southwest wind
blowing when the Uranium struck and
the steamer was protected somewhat hy
Chehucto Head. If the wind had hrti
from the opposite dltectlun the i.hlp
would have been swept by the AtUntlo
rollers and would probably have gono
to pieces very soon, In which caee. very
few on hoard could have been said.
A wltelesi mesjage fioni C.itnper
dnwn to the keeper of tho Chehucto
light notllled him of the stranding and
he went out In a rnwbo.it and nfter
getting particulars by megaphone, ie
turned to Miore anil telephoned to tha
agent of the Marine nnd Fisheries De
partment and to Ihe agents of the line.
The Lady Laurler. the steamer lii'ldgi
water and several tugs were sent to Hi.'
The transfer of passengers was b
gun as soon as the rescue boats urrivil.
Three snrfboats from the life savin ft
Motion nntl the lifeboats of the I'm
Ilium were used. About fiflO weie trail.-!-ferretl
to the Lady Laurler, the women
and children being taken tlrst. tbv
others went to the llrldgcwater.
All the time the captain of th,
Cranium tried to get his ship off bv
putting out anchors astern and leadlnfr
the wire cables to the donkey engine It.
an effort to warp the ship off. The only
accident happened -when one of thess
wire hawsers broke and snapped the lcj
ThY' IlFldgewater arrived here Pint
with passenger nnd thejr wpre nnd?.
comfortable at the Emigrant Building
for tho night.
It was learned that there was m
coast pilot aboard the 1'r.intum when
The Cranium's bow Is poking clos
to the bank, so that if the passengers
haii not been taken off they could have,
been saved by dropping to the beach nr
iy a line from the mast to the top of
the bank, which Is about SO feet from
the i-ert level.
There Is no explanation of the strand
lug of tho ship. Shu was about half a
mile past the harbor. The captain says
he tlid not hear the fog alarm, although
where he struck Is not a quarter of
a mile distant therefrom. No panln
existed on the ship. The passengers,
all foreign, hardly knew that anything'
had gone wrong. Some of them thought
when they were put ashore that this
was the orthodox way to land in Amer
ica, The fog alarm was kept going con
stantly nntl it seems very strango that
It was not heard by Capt. Itobert Eus
tace of the. Cranium. He declines to
make any statement.
Whether the steamship will get oft
Is problematical. It Is high water at II
o'clock to-night, hut the wrecking1
steamers will defer their attempt to pull
her off till 11:30 to-morrow. While tho
wind continues northerly the Cranium
Is safe ns she lies, but If It changes to
the cast with the Atlantic surf rolling In
she could not stand the sea for a day,
but would break up.
Capt. Kuntace and the crew are still
aboard, but the last pai-scngcr was off
nt :.10 "o'clock. At midnight Capt.
Fuslace sent the following statement by
wireless to Tiik Sr.v correspondent.
"Aground forwnrd under forecastle:
clear aft. No danger of the Cranium'
passengers: H43 were for New York and
240 for Halifax."
TO BRING PASSENGERS HERE.
Co tn pa n tn Order Special Train If
Mrnmahlp I I iiHTnllallt-.
Kdward (). Thomas, New York manager
of tJio Uranium Steamship Company,
received from tho line's Halifax ofdon
yesterday afternoon this mesHagn: "Ura
nium ashoro oT Chehucto Head. Will
advise further. "
A later despatch from Toronto to Man
ager Thomas said all the passengers hail
been taken off and were safe in Halifax.
Capt. Kuslace and his crpw nro still with
the Hhip, Tho Uranium is damaged hut
very slightly. Ther nrn 601 passengers,
mohtly steerngo for New York, if trw
lino is unable to get a steamship it will
bring tho passengers hither by special
train starting thin morning. Advices at
II o'clock wern that tugs wero trying
In haul tho liner off.
Tho Uranium suilcd from Holterdam
on Deccmlier 'JN and was due at Halifax
j on iJanuary 5, whence sho was scheduled
I td sail for this port tho next day. Heavy
j weather iloluynl her. Of her llrst and
I second cabin twenty-threo wero bound
for this port.
The Uranium i n singlo screw steel
vessel of 3,1M tons gross, is 410 feet loan
tn feel beam and llil.H fecit depth of hold.
Sho has navigated many seas slnco H9I,
when she was built at. Dumbarton by
W. Denny A Hros,, mid has been known
uccessively ns the Avoca, San Fernando
and Atlanta. Sho is 0110 of a squadron
uf three thips, the otttera being Um Cmi-