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fUE be Salt ukt fpibtme. MsM I
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i ti-4 nz Josef Considers
!Ccs ryia's Insults to Con-
aflc, u
land Flag So Deadly
iey Require Extraor-
0fe in a r y Reparation,
hich Includes Pro-
Tf fed Humiliation of
Si ivereign.
'tlih ;
if rcling Assembling of
fij; ftce Confab in Lon-
Bulgaria and Oth
"5 re Cutting Up the
iititt wards of Their Vic
les Over the Turks.
lace;) I
' or t tc Special Correspondent of the ln
t m ftionai jjt.ws Service and the 1jO
lalrti; ghronldc. )
mlrf KNXA, Deo. C Tlio report of
M 0,,i!,l tieuerul I'roehnskn on
at & If the alleged .Servian outrages at
Wi I'risrcml, which was to have
tn published on Monday, lias, not yet
a-' its appearance and no explanation
p-.f( udelay is given.
i..vtlu' other hand it has become
t) that the insults at Prisreud to
jif !il3trian consul and tic flag .wore
lfct$ extraordinary nature 'and that ad
'Vfr frhuiuiHutiug satisfaction will be
Ills J frroin 8ervia.
fullW SSomauds, it is said, will includo
; tiionl of General Jankovic as a
lc!;i commander and the degradation
n. 'L ioflicprs who took part, in the out
':llM'' that a iSoivian Togimcut ehall
Ho5? past the Austrian cbu.sulato and
',Sa V10 Austrian Jlag, and King T'c
. full uress, bhall visit the Aus
""ji mluiBter at Belgrade and apolo-
rf.,r Jjbclicvcd that the foreign minis-
Bro?a fmi Ton Bcrrbtold, is still ex-
" J to arrive at an understanding
'h6b h,r'J10plc i question with Ser-
e Jwblch case the question of sat-
'U"i 9a might be solved by less lira-
conn? "leisures'.
.ins"i ling Spoils.
...M iDUN, Woe. 0. Pending of the
'J?!.!.'- i)5"" of tll 11CUCR delegates in
ji the Balkan allies arc occupied
lriK a joint draft of the do-
. Slo be made upon Turkey aud it
ATIO cwtood, exch angi g communica
tee P-''1 a view to arriving at an
ji?.cnt llCuing their own mutual
u ClC0"1:,, "''I'Pplsmco of all tho pow
tti('U(1 '''tcH to the ambassa
ilCl SoulVrcnc,t' o )c held in London
jhtid ipt yet been received, but there
Uicotg Tcihon to Mippuso there will be
aM ?B' in thc "Vombling of the con-
.inln' Vosition ol' Grcce in refusing to
?i9 "vnistico remains unchanged.
Mhisj rifccks :ir suid to bo continuing
dctlS f'l'!ign on tho islaud o Chios
f3 ;,TIuin:i anl tcir ahips are close
cuit ohing foreign steamers 'found be
lS W fc 1Jan,anc"a and iSiuyrna.
litis j (reported Trom rienu:i that Scr-
V au "p acvoral lotteries on thc
crpiif'l of the .Danube, opposite the
jpali-h to the 'rimes from Solia
I iN5' -fro is T" to boliovu that a
itory deposition prevails at
qOO nil.J !nt Greece will t,nu tho
Cb bet ore the jichcu conference
of. :
f?jfl! lEN'S VlfRDICT NOT I
i0! ?"'tonal News Service,
tl' RADO, Kaus.. Dec. U. Thc
!tfI?Sa J3,tl.orado'a .iu,T of women
v$ ai;llc,l ' a motion for a now
' k11"' casc ,)f 1L ir J:!oc,k vs.
pchrciber, fild bv Schrcibcr's
CH loiln2" The motion alleges
PAR'i II court, on its own motion, aud
' tflil1? f- ol)-iJt't5on8 of the defendant,
into rib 1 of women and eatibed a jury
Mud !1,Pa"fl?l from that, number to
'!''' ?C!iau. According to tho motion
'' ts 3 was drawn without warrant
tl'i Vn!tl t.ho "10,llhors wcro not
niJ,! - t0 Slt a jurors by law. as
n, gCB W"'Q ot in tho jurv box.
i'lestcrnorfi in New York.
iVtt t'f'Jr-0 Th, Tribune.
j2fk0liK DV- The following
-ryj. '''le reylHtoreU nt Xcw York
?aid.3m1'- UlljHt-U' -t Uol,,l AHtor. A.
Partisan Row Breaks Out -in
Senate, With Threats Made
on- Both Sides.
Dy Inleruntional Xows Servlcq.
r t A 1ST II TON, Dec. 6 Tho long
lf hrewiug row over patronage
i y in thc senate broke this after
noon when Senator Tlokc
Smith of Georgia deliberately prevent
ed an executive session in which the ICc
publicans inteuded to contirm a big list
of brand new Taft appoiutmonls. . In
side of three minutes senators ou both
sides were promising war to tho kuife
and there is every indication that those
promises will bo very, scrupulously kept.
Democrats complain that "President
Taft, now that the sands of his admin
istration arc running low, has arranged
to put :!00 or -100 Republicans in office
for four years' terms, where, safeguard
ed by the civil service, they can fliug
defiance at the incoming president, aud
form tho nucleus of the new Republican
The Democrats in the somite havo an
nounced that .this would not be permit
ted. Today byrefusing to allow au ex
ecutive session they put the first skids
under the Taft arrangements.
Senator Smith headed oil' thc execu
tive session by raising the point of no
quorum. Tip was acting, not for him
self alone, but. for the Democratic lead
ers and the Uepublienus knew it. As
the Archbald session had concluded,
there was nothing to do but adjouru.
The Ilopubliean senators immediately
got their heads together on the floor
aud from them presently issued ' tho
threat that if tho Democrats wanted
war thoy should havo it.
Will Retaliate.
"You will not have much of a ma-j
jority yourselves after the -1th of uoxt
March," a Republican senator told the
belligerent Democrats. " If you are go
ing through with this plan to Icccp all
of Mr. Taft'a appointee from getting
the offices they hnvc boon given, we
will do the same thing when President
Wilson-bofjiiis to make- appointments."
To this threat the Democrats listened
attentively hut said less. One of thc
leaders announced before leaving the
floor that the objection to Taft appoint
ments would no right along, uo matter
how much the Republicans blustered.
"It is ouo thing, said this sena
tor, "for a Republican president who
has a minority of votes in thc electoral
college to try to wish on tho whole peo
ple of this country a lot of his miuor
iry office-holders, who have been re
pudiated as distiuctlj- as ho has becu.
It is quite another thing for an incom
ing Democratic president to mako ap
pointments which ho is justified in
making by tho o eru holiujng vote by
which he "was put into office. If the
"Republicans try to stop .Mr. AVileon
Couthiuod on Page Throe.
Los- Angeles Grand Jury Rc
. turns. Indictments Against
Alleged Cdnspirators.
LOS A X CEDES. Dec. (i. Indictments
were- returned by tho counly grand jury
today against Harry Raymond and .John
Arlington in connection with the alleged
false imprisonment of, I'Vcd W. Lloyd,
a former policeman and important wit
ness against City Prosecutor Guy Kd
die, charged with having contributed to
the delinquency of a young woman.
Raymond is tho owner of a. private
dctecti vo agency, and Arlington is an
intimato friend of Cecil .Nicholson, who
was said to have given what was al
leged to be bribe money to Jdoyd at the
behest of Gcorgo "Baker Anderson, then
secretary' to Slnyo'r Alexander. Ray
mond was said to havo planned" the
trapping of Lloyd.'
' Bench warrants were immediately is
sued for the arrest of tho two men aud
bail was fixed at .000 for each. Ar
lington was arrested and lodged in thc
county jail.
Tt was anuounccd that the grand jury
would resuino its investigation of the
Lloyd casc next, Monday. Thus far the
authorities have been unable to ascer
tain tho identity of tho person who pro
vided the funds for the alleged "frame
up" against Idoyd.
Arlington was unable to obtain bonds
and was locked up for tho night, Ray
mond, whoso arrest followed soon after
ward, was released ou bail.
Arlington gave out a statement in
which ho admit tod having taken part
iu the alleged bribery of Lloyd, but
said it had been represented to'hiui by
l Raymond that it was part of aplan to
"clean up" the police force.
The indictments charge the men with
maliciously bringing about the false
imprisonment of Lloyd.
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Call; Tolls
omen Chinese Females Have
3Most;-Sensible Garb.
Dy International News Service.
NEW YORK, Dec. G. Suffragette
trousers promise to become the latest
addition to tho movement here.
When Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, the
international suffrage leader, told a
gathering of suffragists today at the
Hotel Aator how the Chinese women
led the women of the world in their
waj' of dressing, which she said, "is
soiitsible, sanitary and artistic," her re
marks were greeted with a storm of ap
proval. "Many of the Chinese women of the
uorth 'wear a skirt over their trous
era," explained Mrs. Catt, who recent
ly visited the orient, "but in t lie
south the women merely wear trousers
and coat. 1 think it would be a good
thing if we copied their dcoss. while
wo believe wo are the inobt independent
-omeu in tho world, we are the great
y( slaes to fashion.''
Daughters of Two Presidents
Among -Smart. Assemblage
in Ceniury Theater
Dy International Xcws riervieo.
. NEW YORK, Dec. G. Besides being
a huge financial success, tho woman's
Titanic memorial benefit at the Cen
tury theater was a social triumph. Thc
performance was brilliant and so was
the audience.
Mrs. Tuft: occupied a box and receiv
ed mauy callers during tho afternoon.
Among those who sold programmes wore
Miss Helen Taft aud Miss Esther
Cleveland. Mrs. George .1. Gould aud
Mrs. Stuyvcsant Fibh chaperoned thc
youug- sooiCt" women, who acted as
ushers and flower and programme girls.
As head of the woman 's Titanic mem-opial-
coiuiiHltee,- Mrs. .John Hays Ham
mond made a short address, thaukiug
thc audience, thc players and tho public
"generally. Several thousand dollars
wcro realized by thc affair.
Daniel .Frohiunn was responsible for
the programme and 5cldom has such au
entertainment been offered. A won
derful allegory in pantomime anib un
seen chorus was one of the features. Jt
was written especially for the memorial
by Charles Ranu Kennedy and pre
sented au impressive picture of sea cav
erns aud their uncanny occupants.
Mmc. Nazimova and her company
produced a one-act comedy and a one
act play, "Mrs. .Jack" was preseuted
by Mrs. Henry J3. Harris's' company,
including Alice Fischer. "Cit&ic"
Loftus and William Faversham enacted
the balcony scene fropi Romeo and Ju
liet with great effect. Tho lovers'
bccue from "The1 Daughter of Heaven "
was present ed by 'Viola' Allen. Other
artists present were Edith Wynne
Mathison. Ruth St. Denis, Mine. Si
moue. Dillic Burke, Ada Reeve. Fran
cis Cameron, .oha Mason, Francis Wil
son. George Cohan, Frank Mclntyro,
Fred Walton and William Collier. Spe
cialties from the Count of Luxemburg
and "Oh, Oh. Delphi nc," wcro pre
sented. A number of army and navy officers
ia full dress uniform were present.
GALVESTON", Tex., Dee. C. A woman
wan a passenger aboard the I'nltwl Stales
bnttlotihlp Kansas which, with other ves
sels of Admiral Fletcher's Ueut, arrived In
Galveston harbor today from Xuw Or
leans. Tho woman, whoso name could not bo
ascertained, was found hidden In the
bunkers clad in man's clothing. She suid
she was penniless and huarded tho bat
tleship Just before -it 'left Nw Orleans,
In tho hope that she mlht remain in
hldlnp until toe Moot was headed for
Phitadclphin, where she suid hor rela
tives llVf.
.Incklos aboard the Kansas made a
purve to d'frav tb expense of hr jotu
nci to Philadelphia,
Many Request the Royal
Ruler to Fujnish Names
and Addresses of Probable
Christmaslcss Children.
Chief of the Association Not
Connected With Newspa
per and Will Not Divulge
Identity of Member.
ll A V0" "'nK lo )0 anybody
f Kris Cringle for Christmas?''
This question was asked
frequently yesterday in the
streets, on ears, iu hotels aud business
establishments and workshops through
out the city. It came as a sequel to
the appeal from Good Fellow, the real
Santa Clans of Salt Lake and royal
ruler of thc Order of Good Fellows, i
His proposal to lighten tho hearts of
children whose Yuletidc might otner
wise be cheerless, prcscntless and full
of disappointment, has awakened the
spirit of good-fellowship in many
Tho desire to make tho little ones
happy has spread with a rapidity un
expected to some who havo affiliated
themselves with tho local branch of tho
order, but it did not surprise- Good
Fellow himself. TTe has not been in
this city- long, but for a sufficient
length of time to judgo its people. Yes
terday, ho said he had run across moro
good fellows to tho square foot in Utah
than he had in manv other states and
that it was this apparent, humaneness.
Alt' -the men and women, hero that led
him to bcliove it would not bo diffi
cult to establish ono of the most mag
nauimous lodges in the country,
3usy at His Desk.
Good Fellow as as found at his desk
with a pilcof letters before him. Thoy
had beeu sent by applicants for mem
bership. These responsive good fellows
offered congratulations to the royal
ruler and told him how glad they would
be lo purchase toys and candy for kid
dies iu their neighborhoods, whoso
parents were too poor to fill the Christ
mas stockings appropriately. Good
Follow sent them the names and ad
dresses of little ones who n coded a
Santa Glaus. Tho good fellows will
now mako their purchases and. either
on or before Christmas eve, they will
deliver or send the packages to those
Cluislmasless homes.
Good Fellow Talks.
Good Fellow lias quit his task of
garnering shekels in tho marts of trade.
.From, now until December 25 he will
devote his wholo time aud attention to
being a good fellow. He will mako'hifl
vacation of doing this work and con
tributing thousands of postage stanip3
and the salaries of clerks and assistants
in carrying on a good-fellowship mail
order business. J I is example jogged
the humanity of so many all-tho-ycar-round
souls of commerce that emu
lators aud imitators arc cntoriug
the field. Tie welcomes them. He be
lieves that there eanuot be too mauy
good fellows, that there are enough
toyless firesides for all who care to en
ter aud spread jo3. Good Fellow added:
j And In writing that matter about us.
please be careful noi lo ive your
I readers Hie Impression that they can
overwork us. Wo have nollilni; else
to do. and wc wish to do It now. Re
member, also, that this Is a rcat
secret organization. Tho watch
words are secrecy and silence. Toll
all the good scouts that they can
t play Santa Claus without anybody's
finding II out except themselves and
im. and I won't tell. Their names are
not spread around und never go near
a newspaper of lice.
You know, there nro thousands of
good fellows at heart who somn to
(Continuod on Pago Nine.)
Co.urt of Inquiry Convenes to
Solve Mystery of Affray
on Gunboat.
Beer Bottle Hurled With
Great Force Breaks Skull
of Woman,
VALLE.10. Cal.. Dec (J. A naval
board was convened at the
Mare Island uavy yard today to
investigate an affair on board
the United States gunboat Vieksburg
late last night, which resulted iu the re
moval of Mrs. Andrew Muller, wife of
a Valle.jo saloon man, in au unconscioua
condition from the' vessel. It was re
ported last night that Mrs. Muller had
fallen down th0 gangway of the Vieks
burg. Hor skull is fractured and she
may die.
Today's session 0f 4 he naval board
was held behind closed doors, with Com
mander Richard Douglas of the supply
ship Glacier presiding. All. of the ofii
ccrs of the 'Vieksburg were questioned
and a report, of the findings of the board
was forwarded to tho department in
It is alleged by the police of Valle.jo,
who conducted a separate investigation,
that they have cvidenco to show that
Mrs. Muller did not fall down the gang
way, as at h'rst reported, but that she
was struck on the head by a beer bottle,
hurled by the wife of an officer with'
whom she had been dining.
A second woman, included in the mid
night dinner party, it is said by the po
lice, is an employe of a candy store in
Sau Francisco.
The identity of the two officers al
leged to have entertained the womeu on
tho gnuboat has not yet been made
Thc first news oT thc affair received
by the police came through a telephone
message froui the cruiser South Dakota,
docked near the Vieksburg. A woman
telephoned from the South Dakota to
Dr. Doran of this city to send an ambu
lance to meet a launch, carrying an in
jured womair across Vallejo channel.
The person who conversed with the
doctor over the telephone said she was
M.rs. Fmil Swenson, "wife of the chief
gunner aboard tho South Dakota.
The visit of the women to the gun
boat is said to have resulted from an
acquaintance formed at a ball given on
the Vieksburg Thanksgiving eve by tho
officers aud crow.
AT $8000 A YEAR
! .
jWc of Charles P. Tnft's Part
ner Employs Accompanist "Who
Traveled with .Kubclik.
By International News Service.
N15W YORK, Dee. C At ;t salary of
$S000 a year for two hours-' work each
day, Lud wig. Schwab, former accompan
ist for Kubolik. the violinist, has ac
cepted employment as thc private pian
ist of -Mrs. Archibald S. AVhitc, former
ly Miss Cceilic Olive Moore, contralto,
now thc wife of' the Cincinnati million
aire and partner of Charles P. Taft.
Mrs. White aud Schwab arrived togeth
er .November li from Furopc.
''Yes, Mr. Schwab is my accompan
ist," said Mrs. White at the Ritz Carl
tou today. "I adore music and Mr.
Schwab is the best accompanist I know.
Why should $S000 a year be extraor
dinary for a capablo miisicianl J
Schwab said ho- was sorry to leave
Kubolik. but the excessive ' travel was
too much for his temperament and aspirations.
Special Cable to The Tribune.
PALERMO, Dec. 15. According to
thc request of the town council, Count
Pislolfi, newlv elected mayor of San
Stefano, near" here, has consented to
learn to read and write, aud is taKing
lessons from a tutor employed by the
To Join Order of Good Fellows:
Salt Like City, Utah .' .' -
I . I live at No - Street
I wish to take care 'of children. Please send
me list of names. 2 prefer them, in
part of city. I enclose stamped, aiiti addressed
! j 1
Linguist, Philosopher, Genius'
and Brilliant Doctor, Was
Son of Rich Chicago
Inquiries From Former Asso
ciales Reveal Drunkard as
Eminent Man; In Sail
Lake Two Years.
Pu'on aud died a few nun
y utes ago iu thc emergency
hospital," was the laconic
.comment that went the rounds of police
headquarters last night at' 6 o'clock.
Such was thc casual notice taken of
the death of a police court character
who had spent most of thc nights dur
ing the two years that Salt Lake ha
known him in jail or in tho basement of
the old city hall where tramps are given
beds to keep them out of the gutters.
Such ordinarily would havo beeu
tho final comment upon thc pass- IH
ing of ouo of ' the many
pieces of human flotsam that
the murky eddies of li f swirl fiunlly
into thc potter s field. The remark,
however, was caught up by a knowing
one and flashed across a continent. Back jH
from many cities in tho United States
came the question, "What of the death jH
of Dr. .lohu R. Hill?"
Takes Rat Poison. jB
Dr. ,7ohu R. Hill, -1G years of age,
linguist, metaphysician and globe-trot
tor, mopiber of a rich Chicago family
but knowu to Salt Lake only as a police
court character, died at the emergency
hospital at police headquarters at '
o'clock Jast night from tho effects of
poison taken with suicidal intont.
Yesterday morning Dr. Hill was re
leased from tho city jniT after serving
thirty days. for vagrancy. The cup of
his despoudency was made to overflow
when he was refused entrance to cv
eral clothing stores at which he tried
to buy clothes. Fiuding that bcraiifii
of his tramp-like, appearance he could
not spend his money with tho clothiers J
he tried the saloous with better sncce".
Finally he purehasod a- bottle of whiaki
.1 bottle of chili sauce and a bottle of
rat poison and drank them all. Then
he applied for a ticket to a picture show
but was stopped in the lobby bv an
usher und turned over to the police.
Admits Suicide Intent.
At the emergency hospital he told ol JM
his debauch and said he had planned
that it should be thc last, ire wus at-
tended by Dr. IT. I?. Sprague, who found
that the poison hud burned his throat
and stomach fearfully. He lived onl jf
nil came hero about two years ago
He was well known to several member
of the medical profession and wab rec
ognized as a man of most brilliant
mind. Tie had studied in thc Baltimore
Medical college, the Ocltovue Hospital
college of Xcw York aud thc Xorthwest
eru university of Chicago. Tfc spoke
four modern languages fluently and had
visited almost every. laud on tho globe.
Though he was a hopeless drunkard, Ik
denied that ho was a dru fiend.
Father Is Rich.
The fathor of the unfortunate man i
(he rich Judge AV. X. Ill of 171 linf
Chostnut street, Chieugo. Hill received H
money from homo rcgulurly, never lia- J
Ing practiced his profession here, though J
he. Is said to have done no nt Duifalo H
X. V.. and at Chicago. "VVlillc ho waj;
prone to toll little about bin personal
affairs, ho Is said to have Intimated that H
his wandering was brought about H
through trouble between himself and t H
stepbrother living at home. -H
Several doctors of this city who jc
came Interested In HIM and eanio U
recognize his remarkable gifts, did ever-
thing to save the man from himself, but H
hu could never be Interested In anything
except tho workings of Mb own nmilytH-
mind and ficcmcd Hatl;fed with every- jH
thinS that life had to offer excrpt
own Intensely pessimistic philosophy. 3I 1
wan broadly read, indulging oftentimes
In ironic criticisms of sneh authorities H
ns Huxley and Spencer, lie wan undoubt-
odly acquainted with many of tho ctranct H
and weird corners of thc earth, and wit H
the habits and customs of people, big" H
and low, of many lands and climes. H
"Ills was by far the most brllliar.t H
mind, that I havo ever Known, but was 1
a hopulcea parnnolnc, solf-ccnicrcd and H
unable to take a healthy liUcrebt in H
anything but problems of 'the moat nb- H
sdruue nature," was thc remark last H
night of a physician who knew him H
While he hail not the dcalre to prat- H
Continued on Pago Thro a,,
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