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idem 1'" SALT LAKE CITY' WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1912. " 16 PAGES-FIVE CENTS. I
" w11 Addresses Direct
fijMjjuest for Cessation
to lit I Hostilities, for Time
'Xwrce Outer Line of
tw8 at Tchatalja,
jdT BATTLE AT
JSwrmined to Defend
5Boe Against Armies!
iPServia and Greece; j
uifBistance of Adriano
lwjBCie lo TV Tnbu:i(
'irSTANTINOI'LE, Nov. 13.
jPtf:? of tbc powers to the ap
aH?ude several days ago by
to.sBtf tiat measures for nicclia
'pat In motion, reached Con
! t2Mj$e this morning. The cf-
says that the Balkan
;bBinpreparotl lo Jiear the s'.ig-
fc? the port c for a basis for !
sJBSTANTINOPLB, Nov. 12.
Ti of war lias issued ol--tR
officers here to return to
JJK?Kt3. within twenty-four
nIBjrAXTl.t)PLT5, A'0 12.
J?I'0rlc has applied direct to
1,3m, seeking to arrange :m
iiliff, according (0 hc re
al in' Luc capital.
Idler written by Prince
in ami addressed" t0 tbc
'Obliged in the furni of a
sold in the slrects. The
i" S,'o to Ihc benefit of tho
"t society and the pamplilct
t0 iys in ".substance that
1 of tho country arc not
'lates, "but we ourselves,
WcA incapable 0r uVcru.
mtrv. If v. talco a lesson
wars, then there is hopn of
soldiers aDd one officer
store the enemy at Kirk
re executed this morning in
of the city. Tho death
5 spread panic among most
WS OF BATTLE
J. liTherc ,n no news
r fwm Sella or Constantl
1 he the great battle at
betn "Peeled. On (he
t is run.orcj tlmt Turkey
Earla 10 w -range an a mils
thn nn!Us 0f operations the
hcrr n ,lV "0L yct "ached
fun Ported. All rtlza.
'oriner Turl;Ila minister of
prcparc" 10 ,jff--S"'
have suffered a
) 1 xauK0 of lhe defection
IbTi, f 'VVl,,J 'Jns'nd Kuar
ZJV'1 tl,ti "fUon of
that - be rarded. IL
With .eil,ncr co'"llt!on8 have
W Il0,, " fre3h
at" 'ti ,In:p:)l'tll"t confer-
o JuPei,t. wire the
l fen., '"',L,"n caiiltniB n
OIL?!"! J8 "Playntl that
lcirbebv thu Aiistrc
Girl Awarded $250,000
To Remain Manicurist
Miss "Nellie Wdgan'.ins
Court FigiU;1 .Reftiseslo . '
' Quit Bu.siness.v ; Z"
By International '-VcwaSorvivf- ....
YOltls, Xov. -11!'. Jik XpIIic JIo
gan, a p'etitc maiiieiiriil, who
conducts , her own' HtUi .estab
lish incut. ' refuse's1 to ,'n'iit bnsi:
nos3 oven though-, .she . has iuheritod
.250,OU0 from the estate, of her' uncle!
Timothy IF. O 'Halloran.. president of
the Vulca.li Iron Works and Shipbuild
ing' plant of Antwerp, Belgium..
O 'Halloran died four yoajrs ago, leav
ing about $000,000. He bequoathe"d
ono-half of this to his wife and daugh
ter, and tho balance, including his in
terests in the Vulcan corporation, to
-Miss J I ojau's brother "William, . who
died two years ago, Icuviug his share
to his sister.
OMlalloran's wife contested tho will
aud Miss llogau. taking up her broth;
cr's fight, was compelled to go to Ant
werp and she says, "answer no cud-of
questions, " .She was then told to go
home and wait. 'That was six months
ago. She has just received a great
bale of legal papers, which, boiled
down, informs her -that she has bceii
MISS HAYDEN WED
.AT LOS 'ANGELES
Former Soil. Lake ,C!irL Becomes
the Bride of Prominent; '
Special lo The Tribune.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. 12. A i.
an early morning ceremony in . St.
Agues 's church today Miss Stella
Lo'uise Haydcn became tho bride of
Jamea ('. llaggarty. local business
man. The Very Rev. Dean Haggarty
of Loudon, England, an uncle of the
bridegroom, conducted the marriage
services, having come to this-country
for that: express purpose. lie wns
agisted by the lie v. Father Moloney,
pastor of St. Jam op.
Miss llaydon, daughter of ..Mr. and
Mrs. H. h1. llaydon. former residents
of Salt Lake City. wa.uttircd for the
ceremony in a beautiful' suit, with hat.
gloves and shoes of stylish shade, aud
the Hewers worn were JJenl Tirunuer
Mr. and Mrs. JJaggaJtv lei fc at once
for NVw York, where ihoy will re
main several weeks. On their return
thev will bo at homo for a time at the
Alexandria. Mr. Hiigftartv, who ts
well known in business circles ot south
ern California, is a fon of Air. and
Mrn .1. .1. Ilaggarty. and manager of the
dry gooda Htore of whi-h his lather
is ' the owner. 1
Physician Announces Discov
ery of-Great 'Value to
" 'Medical Profession..
Spocial Cable to The 'I'libunc.
CHICAGO. Xov. . 12. Two " Important
iliffcovcricB In meilioal science were-heralded1
by Dr. Albert 'Abram.s tcilay at
the annual convention of the American
Association for the Study of. Spondylo
thropy. lie asserted that he had mi-i-avclod
tho a-se-lonc: puzzle the func
tion of the spleen, and I hat ho liad found
a way to cure appendicitis without 'a sur
The .unction of the spleen, ho declared, j
is lo regulate the number of leucocytes?,
or white corpuscles, in the. blood. . Dr.
Abranis made the sta.rtllnsr .announcement
that by contracting 'the spleen' and thus
incnenElnE? the. number of white corpuscles
ho had hocn enabled to euro tuberculosis
In -its 'early " 3tusee. AVhRf. corpuscles
Rro nature's ''cat destroyer of disease
p.-. Abrains . has developed a syatem of
playing upon the orpins ' of the human
body by tapping. on .different mun'e cen
ters." By 'concussion ' of different verte
brae. Dr. ' Abram-fl a;scrts his, ability to
piny .on..thoon;nn, aa a pianist plays
on tho Ichvs of his Inslrumcnt. This its
the sclenco'of spondyloflicraphy, of which
Dr. Abrama 13 the founder.
Cure for Appendicitis. '
In discussing his appendicitis treat
ment.. Dr. Abrama said:
Heretofore, phyalciaus have been
unable to. cleanse the "upper part of
the lartrc intestine satisfactorily be
cause of the loop; but I can struJght
cii this loop by concussion on the
eleventh dorsal spine. Thi." concus
sion stimulates the nerve which con
trols the movement of the intestine.
Once the intestine Is Fl.ralffhtoned, it
becomes caay to cleanse it by, means
of a. rubber tube. Thus the Intestine
about the appendix Is cleansed and
the Inflammation subsides. The ap
pendix itself Is cleansed by stimulat
ing the n?rvcs controlling its secre
tions', and tho patient gels well. ,
Nails Hip Together.
Ky International News Service-
NJrAV YOrtK. Nov. 12. N'ulHnf: a hip
together with spikes and a hammer was
the new method of aettlnfr hones demon
strated at the Kings county hocplt;U In
Brooklyn today for the edification of
fifty members of tlif C000 leading; sur
geons of tho Tvpfitern hcmisplicto here in
attendance Ht tho third Clinical con
gress of the Surgeons of Xorth America.
(Continued ou Page Two.)
Chauffeur Names "Lefty
Louie," "Gyp ihc Blood,"
"Whilcy" Lewis and
TELLS STORY BECAUSE
OP MOTHER'S REQUEST
Defies Gangsters, Sealed in
Court, Identifying Each jn
Turn; Whitman Has
By International N'cws Service.
jKW- YORK, Xo. 12. AVilliam Sha-
piro. chauffeur of tho murder car.
( .day picked out -Lefty Louie"
J- Itosenbergr. "Gyp the Blood" Horo
witz, ."Vbitcy Jack" Lewis and
'"Daso" I-'rank Ciroliel ns the actual mur
derers of Herman Uosenlhal.
It was the supreme dramatic incident
or the Itosenthal affair.
Like ti shot well placed In the enemv's
works. Diatrlct Attorney Whitman buried
the Shapiro confession Into the trial of
the' four gunmen at the psychological mo
mein and literally blew their defense into
Caslinjr aside his fear of death at the
hands of the gunmen's friends, respond
ing to the tearful jileadingrs of bis moth
er and throw-Ins himself on Ihc mercy of
Lhc law. the short, swarthy, slocklly
built young man who carried the assas
sins on 'the mission of death faced them
intrepidly and told a story which, unless
broken down, will inevitably send all four
defendants after Charles Uecker to the
death house at Ping Sing.
For Mother's Sake.
"1 did it for my mother's take." was
iho low. pathetic refrain of the witness
In explanation of his desertion, oXJtbe
soowllnfr-acrenaauft; "wh6sa t" wTtlT bifrnV
iii hatred in their eyes", listening to the
man who had been indicted jointly will) '
them ewcaring- their lives away. 1
It was a tciiso, silent pause, in which '
Shapiro, under the glare of the olretrlr-
lights, left tbc witness chair and stepped
quickly to the table where the four gun
men were seated. They bent forward as
he approached, and tho eyes of each
glowed red. Shapiro did not falter. It
was his life against thelrp. phis the aching-
heart of an aged mother. Succes
sively he pointed a nerveless linger at
etteh of the four defendants, meeting- their
snarling- glances with sloady, unfearlng
"These are the men," Iks declared iol
emhly. 'WhJtcy,' Frank. 'Lefty.- 'Gypf I
took them In my car to tbc Metre-pole;
I heard the -shots ll red. They came run
ning oack, two of them with pistols In
their hands; thc.v leaped Into toe car. two
on caeli side. 'Gyp' put a revolver to my
head and cried:
"'Hurry up, you booh, and" drive out
"And then, as the car dashed orf, I
heard them say:
"'Nobody. saw us. There wasn't a cop
around. Decker fixed it all right.' "
It Is the entire Becker case in a nut
shell. Twelve jurors sat tipped forward
in their chairs absorbed hi the recital.
Tho spectators were spellbound. The
four defendants gui:ed .straight ahead,
their Hps curled in scorn and defiance.
Yet all four went back to the Tombs to
night white faced and with (he fear of
the law in their hearts.
; "Wahle- for the defense went at Shapiro
viciously on cross-examination. But the
result of his attack was merely to bring
Into slrongcr relief the original .story
told by the witness. He bore down heav
ily on Snapiro's refusal until recently,
after the appeals of his mother had gone
Home, to Identify the four accused men
as tho occupants of his car on the night
of the murder. The questions cracked
! like pUtoI shots.
"Why old you refuse to Identify these
uwiu that day In the coroner's court?
"I was afraid.'" came the reply.
"Afraid of what'.'"
'That I would be killed."
"And do you Identify them now be
cause you are afraid that you will bo
"You know that you are under Indict
ment for murder in the first degree, the
penalty of which is death. Js It because
you are afraid of that death that you
Identify thorn now?"
"No." replied Shapiro, a soft light com
ing Into his eyes.
"Then why did you identify them;"'
"I did it for my mother's sake." came
tho answur in clear, ringing- tones, and
through the courtroom there swept a. sup
pressed sob from tho throats of half the
spectators. "Dago Frank" sneered. "Gyp
thn Blood" looked mystified and the oth
ers continued to stare straight ahead.
Told Story Before.
And then AVhltnmn let loose the con
necting link, which Mcemt: to put the
slorv beyond oil cavil, Shapiro swore
that on the date that he was nrrcMed.
(Continued on Tase Two.)
Government Wants Salt Lake
Police Officers to Tell
About Explosion at the
' M'NAMARA CONFESSED
Gives More Evidence Con
cerning Blowing Up of
Jobs at Kansas City
IXOIAXAPOLIS. Ind., Xov. j.;, Thirty
witnesses from tho Pacific coast. It
was .xnnounccd today, have been
subpoenaed to testify at the "dyna
mite conspiracy" trial concerning ex
plosions In western states.
These Include officials who assisted in
the dynamite cjv3cs at Los Angeles and
men in San Fra.nciaco, Seattle and Port
land, who, the government stated, will be
called upon to testify concerning tho
movements not only of James B. McNji
mara arid Ortie 10. aicManlgal. but also
of Tiugcne A. Clancy. Olar A. Tvcitmoc
and other labor leaders. More than
twenty of the Paclllc coant witnesses
havo arrived or are on their way to In
dianapolis. Among witnesses subpoenaed from Salt
Lake City, where two explosions oc
curred on a hotel building built by non
union men, are J. J. Roberts, a police
caplain, and Carl A. Carstcnsen. a former
patrolman. They are to be questioned
concerning- incidents alleged to have oc
curred when guards were kept about the
McManlgal in his testimony said James
B. Jk-Xainara had confessed to blowing
up the hotel on April IS, 1910, and to
having obtained assistance from J. 72.
Munscy. a local business agent. i
ytt ley an 'holfr'Msesslon life"' XTlat'-loday
was postponed until tomorrow on account
of the illness of Allen Spaulding, a Juror.
Spaulding was suffering- from dizziness
duo to a severe cold.
In relating bfs preparations to blow un
Jobs at Kansas City and Peoria, McJWunl
sml testified about going to Rochester.
Pa., where he found a hiding place bad
been invaded by unknown persons and
two quarts of nltro-glycorine had been
taken. He said he reported the less to
J. J. McNamara, who appeared greatly
According to J. A. G. Badorf's testi
mony, Herbert S. Hockin, now on trial,
arranged the Rochester hiding- place, but
in August, 1910, In "double crossing" the
union he had "tipped it off" lo a super
intendent of a steel firm in Pittsburg,
who six weeks before the "Los Anscles
Times explosion dug up. and destroyed the
FROM SALT LAKE
In addition to Captain Roberts of the
police department and Special Agent
Carstcnsen of the Bamberger line, John
V. Guerts, Theodore BJorn and Elmo I.
Smith have been summoned to appear in
tho dynamite conspiracy case in Indian
apolis November 22. The subpoenas on the
last three were served by Deputy United
States Marshal Lucia.n IL Smyth yester
day. Captain Koberts and Special Agent
Carstcnsen, who was a patrolman in De
cember, If 0l, when tho first o::plos!on
occurred, will testify, It is thought, regarding-
the occurrence of tho explosion
and the time. BJorn, who Is a tailor here,
made a suit for John B. McNamara, who
is now In tho California sta.te prison
serving' time for having been responsible
for tho Los Ansclcs Times building- ex
plosion, at about the time tho explosion
on tho Hotol Utah took place. It Is
thought ho will bo asked to testify as to
tho presence of McNamara in Salt Lake
at the time and will probably be an Im
portant witness In the trial so far as the
local case is concerned.
The nature of the testimony wanted
from Guerts and Smith Is not known.
Guerts, Captain Smith, Carstcnsen and
BJorn tcstltlcd before tho grand jury in
Indianapolis at tho time it returned the
indictments. Smith was not at the hear
ing of the grand jury.
ILL WITH APPENDICITIS
CHICAGO, Nov. 12. Alter consultation
today physicians decided the only way
to save the life of William T.orimer, former
United States senator, who has been suf
fering from appendicitis since Sunday,
was by an operation. Accordingly prep
arations were made to take Senator Lorl
mcr to the Presbyterian hospital.
Mr. Lorlmer'.s illness wan tald to have
resulted Indirectly from an automobile
accident In which ho was slightly injured
shortly after leaving Washington several
It was said Mr. Lorlmer was In a weak
ened physical condition, duo to overwork
and the strain of his trial, which resulted
In his expulsion from the United States
At. the J?rcsb terian hospital it was re
ported tonight that I.oriiner's condition
wh Improved and hla physicians .-ald lie
mlpht not lie operated on f r .set era I
I SALT LAKER WHO x
WILL TESTIFY IN
I DYNAMITE CASE
HEGOm SHE II
0HI STATE STREET
Exchange Place Corner Brings
'Approximately $120'0- a
t Front Foot.
What is considered one of ihe most!
important real estate deals of the year
was consummated yesterday, when the
corner of Exchange place" and Slate
stroot, directly opposite the Ncwhonsc
theater property, was -old to local in
torcsts by Jm .N"ewhouse Realty com
pany for a consideration said to be
substantially more than $100,000.
Deeds covering the transaction, will be
Clod in a day or so, and the new own
ers will then ho made known. It is
declared the deal brought- the- highest
price per front foot ever secured 'id
F5ve years a-go lion's ."Saving liauk
and Trust company sold a square tract
IG-jxJGo feet, including ' the corner
pi ceo sold yesterday, to the Cow
house Ucalty company I'or $5J.O0O. On
tho basis of theso 'figures, the frout
foot price at that time was approxi
mately $310. The corner tract, that
exchunged hands yesterday is 152 i'eot
deep, willi :i frontage of So feet on
State strcot. This would mean that
tho price it brought per front foot was
in the neighborhood of $12U0, au ap
preciation of close lo 100 per cent; in
Tho deal was closed yesterday by a
leading real estate linn, of the city,
which withholds its name from
the announcement of the transaction at
tho present time.
Buildings to Be Erected.
It was learned that the property is
(o be divided into two or three owner
ships, each of which contemplates the
erection as soon as possible of modem
buildings on tho respective divisious.
Just what style of buildings will be
constructed, their h eighth or the pur
poses to which they will bo devoted
has not been made known, but it is
authentically declared they will bo of
the most modern design and con
struction, and of a character and cost
strictly in keeping with tho phe
nomenal upbuild of tho new retail sec
tion at State street' and' Broadway.
When buildings have been erected
on the corner property, the block from
the corner of State street and Broad
way, where the new home of .the
Toith-O'Brien department store now
stands, will be solid in construction.
It is said that tbe iutercsts that,
own tho Xcwhouse theater corner,
where the steel frame now stands part
ly erected, will complete that
structure at an early date. When
this is -accomplished tho west side o
State street, from thn corner of Broad
way to the corner of Fourth South,
wrill havo been solidly built up, and
plans arc being made for 1 the ' im
provement of many smaller structures
in tho line.
SHOOTS KANSAS WOMAN
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 12. As Mrs.
Florence Barber, 21 years old, was wheel
ing her one-year-old baby in a gocart
pear her home in P.oscdale, ICan., a nub
urb of this city, last night, a man leaped
from some buuhes at the roadside and
shot her, the bullet striking her in the
. She grappled with, her- assailant and,
oelalng his revolver, pulled the trigger,
and she believes tho bullet wounded him
in tho neck. The man then wrenched
tho wcaiMn from her and started to run.
Ten feet away, be turned and fired again,
this bullet passing through her thigh.
It Is believed she Is fatally wounded.
The ahootlmr occurred In front of a
house that liad just been robbed. The
police believe Mr. JIarber'a assailant was
the robber and that ns he was leaving
the house be mistook Mrs. Barber fori
PREMIER Sll I
Assassin Fires Two Shots Into
Head of Canalejas as States
man Gogs to Cabinet I
DEATH INSTANTANEOUS; 1
SLAYER ENDS HIS LIFE I
Only Radical Ever Asked to 11
Form King's Cabinet: H
Garcia Chosen ' j I
;, Successor. H
MADJ?JJJ, Xow 12. Jose Canale- H
,ias y Alendas, Ihe prime luin- H
iftcr whom Spain regarded a.s J H
one of its greatest statesmen, j !
was shot aud killed today by a young I
anarchist, Alanucla Pnrdinas. Tho as- ! 11
sal-sin attempted suicide and it wns I
lirst thought was dead, nut when he R
had been carried to a hospital he was I Blj
found to be living. fll
No cvont since the throwing of the R$j
bomb at the caj-riagn of Kin's: Alfonso I (
on May ."1. It.'OS. while ihc king waa fflffii
rclurniug from the church after hi Hwj
marriage, has ca.tucd such general Sffj
consternation aud such, public sympa- 311
So far as can be learned; the assas- iW
sination seems to have been in no way
part of a widespread political plot or 1 Kj
revolutionary movement. The crime j j j
appears to have been an isolated fl j
The assassin, who is of Spanish -birth, fl
came recently from Bueoos Aj'rcs. by
wav of Pari:'. Practically, nothing is IS
known about hitn. II j
PHeto Is Successor. H
The king has appointed the forci.ua Iflfl
minister, Marquis .Manuel Garcia Trie- 8$
to. as premier pro tempore, aud the $Wt
Liberal government, which Senor Can- fffflfi
alnjas Ho conspicuously conducted for Wm
sovcral years, remains in power. Ir
After a cabinet meeting tonight ii f
was announced that General Weyler. fH
captain general of Catalonia, and once 3
.commander of the Spanish forces in J
Cuba, or Count TlomanoDcs might be
appointed premier. jSjj I
Canale.jas w;is shot in the back three iBl 1
times as he was walking to the mln- $9 0
istry of the interior. He bad stopped ill
to glance into the wiriTTow of a book. Pal
This morning he wont to rhe royal Hti
palace to submit several d Pl' rnn: t n 1.17 El 4.1
the Icing. He emerged smiling and H frl
happy. As an attendant opoued the ! 5 fill
door leading to tho street, a strou ''lljl
gust of wind strnck. the proniier in g MU
tho face, causing him. to exclaim gai- f IsK
"Oh, what a wind! "VTe are going il
to havo a bad. day." If Ml
Three Bullets Take Effect. jjffl i
About au hour later his prophecy !: (;
was fulfilled. As ho stopped for a .-' Wh't
moment at the shop window a man : ffi '
darted from a nearby doorw.iy. Up.
ran up behind the premier and fired . tffv'i
four (bullets at close ranco. Three '. fVt j'f
bullets took eQect. -t
. Canalejas sank to the sidewalk. I -M
A friend who was pasting at that mo-
mcnt rushed up. crying: y gj
"Don Jose. Don. Jojjc," this being IHp
the rcniierrs baptismal name.
The wounded man searcoly had .f
streugth to murmur:
- "The scoundrel has killed me."' - 'fl''
He thon expired. j (v, j
Tn the meantime, his assassin turned j J.jP
the muzzlo of tho revolver on his own
breast and fired again. A crowd quick-
ly gathered, and the assassin was half 'y.'gfcf
dragged to the police station. The ' ''f
premier was carried to a pharmacy and v ; j
then to the ministry of the interior, l"4'
where he was placed on a large marble , iV
table in tho main saloon. The blood
flowing from a wound behind the right Mi?' I
ear soon formed a nool on fhi floor. fi'--..l
King Deeply Affected. 1 1 Jl
The king was informed of the tragedy ; '.CIB
as he was leaving tbc palace to attend '
the chrysanthemum exhibition. He Mf.iB
sprang into an automobile and went to 'I
tho ministry without escort. As mooh I
as he reached ihe Puerta del Sol, the , ;
crowd acclaimed, hitn, crying "Long
liro the bravo king." ' ; I
TJunning upstairs, four steps at a -fi-'
time, the king entered tho saloon and h'j;!
bent silently over tho body of his late (7 'jj
miiiistor. Ho was greatly affected as '
he recited tho prayer for tho dead and i t' 'II
turned to the assembled ministers to i 'i f j
learn the details of tho crime. jfjjlf ! fl
Marquis Priclo announced tho asas- .)! ;
sination in Iho ehambor of depulie?. In " i t
llio course of au eulogy he said: '
'He died between his two affection ' i j H
(Continued ou Page Tvro.)