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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1905, Salt Lake City, Utah YOU MUST REGISTER SEE THAT YOUR NAME IS ON THE BOOKS i SALT LAKK TUESDAY WEATHER TKX HOW TO JOG THE MEMORY OF FORGETFUL CITIZENS Break Quorum in Council to Adoption of Resolu tion of INFORMATION DESIRED ON WATER QUESTION Flee and Also Tie Up Tills Complaint in Addi tion to Elopement With Duchy of and null by triniC Philip of iml for ti absolute from his fov tn adjustment of UKIT joint property here today before the ordinary for tlie Morris Afraid of Inj t Ins to have j j capo tried by a special as i for under the laws of ins the principals were but tho 1 Austrian Matl with the was The of the of attorneys for tho Prince if thcy to nny motion ing the publicity nf the They replied that tin Prince hud no objection to the The at for the Princess also declined to i request I Court Suggests j Tlie president then began the proceed ings by proposing to tho lawyers that the gr a recon g that this was not but politics oE the cheapest and most reprehensible was played by iml Preece at the very close of last evenings meeting the City hail fun with no great when Councilman AVood Introduced a resolu tion which set things in motion with a miscellaneous go that was amusing lu some of the but which threw one or two nearly into r f was a little resolu two Juet by tho explaining th the Council be furnished with full information concerning the recent pur chases of land and water But what n it the resolution meant to got and Princess to livo together but to to an I separation and a satisfactory agreement regarding law t to the matter under consideration and asked for an son for the purpose oc it resolved ay tin Council of Milt i The lawyer thu Prince the city for divone In order to a complete separation of llu cou What Resolution lty add witter committee and to furnish said at Itb next copies of till names of partly isi and all moneys palil be paid in same also copies of all water leases or other information la pertaining to the of land ami of or any other or for by said Just Plain Isnt it And not out of the In it would gen be supposed that members of the City ot the and people be entitled to such information but they are not in the view ot Fernstrom and his Ferny Goes Tip in The resolution was Introduced at the very of the of the having left their scats pre paratory lo if interest had longer full impo went Into the before lie had gotten he had said a good many surprising of Hierarchy he I never heard of such a Why dcnt they bring tip the Land and Water and the Board of and everything else they can think Let them all come up to the Council we are going to play poli ht us play All these mat arc within the knowledge of the Councilman so what do we want such a report of this for j Afraid of ejaculated we dont know anything of I ho We lawyers Arrange During the tlie lawyers le an ou the following basis Prince to guarantee the payment to the Princess of a yearly allowance of 000 also 10 pay to her a lump sum provided she abandon all of her claims against the Prince and that after the divorce she adopt the name and title of Princess of After these terms were laid before the court a recess was taken in order that the Princess might be telegraphed for her assent to the Assail Later in the day the lawyers for the M IS GIVEN A GREAT Quaker City Missouri i With Marked j Ls Closel From Time of Leaving great the tlun and tli ily tin organization was today by the visit of Kolk of who to lend his voice in tho Interest ol J Ilio addressed a largo and enthusiastic audience in tlie Academy of lie under the auspices of the City which claims no connection with the City Folk hail an busy and his appeared during the day and evening was u Reception Is Tho crowd I hat attempted lo gain en trance to tlie Academy tonight was HO great that the doors were closed before the meeting Several thousand pei sons who could not in were addressed by City puny While the curb mass meeting was In I and would not permit him to enter the building un til he had addressed He made a short Entire Audience When lu entered the Academy the en tire audience stood mi to welcome With him on the slagr were George Burn president of the City club for mer Emory former United Stalts Wayne William for mer United States to and about a hundred of Mayor Weaver occupied a proscenium box was given welcome when he ACCORDS HIM DISTINCTIVE HONORS Is Presented With Written Mes sage of Approval After Making Princess attacked competence of tho court to decide the ease at The court then adjourned to October SO in order to the to tip to that it lagged no nn from As Soon TS the Austrian of tho Fernstrom law to Prince Philips agreement that the court avoid raising the question as U which party Is Alleges The of complaint alleges besides alleging the Prin misconduct with Keglevitch says that although the Prin cess received a yearly allowance she hart contracted debts which in amounted I to of which the Prince has paid j and that in her wardrobe were i found pairs of silk IS j pairs of other sixty parasols and j Half of Banks of Found Missing on about 100 CREWS NARROW ESCAPE Close V Itle C r 1 n m a dont know how much money been i Explosion on Submarine Gives Men a blown in on these and we cer tainly light tn What is the matter with wiyV Arc vou afraid of j crew of fifteen on board tho Of course we dont know about the boat 4 hud a remarkably narrow rs IK Black chimed and it i cape this The boat was fn cannot denied that we are gaged in diving practice oft and entitled to the was when water leaked i through the pipe caused an accumulation of A explosion this time Fernstrom had gotten back the from his aerial and jumped into The managed to raise the fray This is the cheapest thing lu politics I ever he men who want this resolution passed show themselves to bo ao stupid that they dont know what is going on In the They aro just trving o stir I xu a little to Stir that it is dangerous j a certain crowd to the dont Martin There arc no turncoats a Wood Takes a Then Wood took Whenever 1 nsk for information connected with 1 the purchase of lands arid this i the kind of deal he from the up ind people who in formation not ready to make a ro The public this Information the Council wants it is being aro certainly entitled to know whore the money If we is an No who is a would come in 1 make such a spiel as we have j to from the member from the j Is it because he wasnt it hotly retorted Desperate for j the was ing desperate for Fernstrom and his and it was evident that something had to be prevent tho i of tlie n motion to having accompanied its Quorum Is was tn the and promptly tipped a wink to Just as i out of thi Council tak ing with This ieft only seven i members antl when he vote j taken on the motion lo there were i only seven votes s Martin and Wood voting for i the resolution and Fernstrom voting against The Recorder announced no and Davis that no j further business be An was made to discover of the hut made pood their i Payroll Tied the a motion hail i that lu appropriation list lc i but the Inck of a quorum cd action being taken and the session was i the which came up stern AT Government gunboat nearby went to her assistance and saved all the The submarine was towed in here for an investigation begun today in the criminal 1 court at across the river i from El it transpires that SoOOO in Mexican paper money was removed from a package given in the of the Wells company for On Friday was consigned by the of Miners at Chihuahua to its branch at On arrival the package was found to be short onehalf the amount of the original The seals were unbroken and package had apparently been tampered Other material had been substituted lor the missing in Officials ofthe Chihuahua and Juarez express messengers and others examined but the ity has not REASON this is political play J declared in and I want the laboring men of this i who nr prevented Irom their they arc entitled to know i ti i whom the responsibility I S I To help Salt Lake Gity and the Every one knows tbe odium under which the State and the city rest by reason of the broken pledges of the Every one knows that the law robbing control of tho has given Utah Salt lake City a black eye with the country at It is the mission of the American party to rescue the city and the State from the foul and vicious grip into which it has fallen to set thecity first and the State on the solid ground faith and and start thein on a course of prosperity and development unheard of The American party aims to help the people to help themselves to pull them out of the pit that their cunning and merciless priests have dug for and to start them even with their fellowcitizens of the country at large in the race for moral and all the ma terial good things of The American party was organized to make Utah shine un dim mod by traitorous or moral leprosy It strives and will continue to strive that the star in the flag which shines for Utah shall shine with the same brilliancy and be the same guiding light for unshackled manhood and womanhood thut the stars do which rep resent other Under Its benign purpose and it will no longer be possible fo the the church of the majority of the population to parade them as lacking in ot backward in as the Desere News did on Saturday night for the Mormon The American party was organized by for Its mem demands freedom no less for the Mormons than for It and is entitled to the support of every Mcr snon who possesses a loyal heart and an independent WHERE YOU CAN REGISTER I Locations of id the Several V r The names of the and the places of registration the Miave been Commis as and j of E South fca squires rear 323 East Seventh la South 2T 152 East South Sixth SIS 318 South Tenth 123 j West 1012 South First B21 suth Fourth 2 Johnson Da Cannon m Fifth 453 South 23 Sixth 137 West Third 10 West Second West First 251 101 West 62 South Sixth IIS West First 41 North 262 Wall 553 West Third 542 64 North Fifth Elizabeth Kl Sixth West 664 West SS Third 39 Bast North John 173 G n Fifth First 1111 First M South South Ninth r South Eighth South Seventh 421 East East Third 101 East Second South Mota 731 South Eighth West MAKES ill Of Benefit From Fun Allied With No President in speaking of the of the said the organiza lon was allied with no that It leither indorsed nor named Hit stood ready to help any genuine move Ko the Foreign who acted as chief plenipotentiary for arrived here today from Oc tober Ills at the railroad sta tion was not those present principally Tlie guarded by police and The Baron drove to in an imperial car Emperor Shows The showed honor to Baron by to YoHo where he landed from the of his the steamer in a dispatch boat and brought Komura Huron landed at the Imperia While the Baron was on hia wuy to Toklo by kept at Kldo and ji they drove the pal ace In an imperial sent from the household Reports to The cordially received Baron t J U Carnegie hero fund commission made public this evening the results of its investigation o a large number of cases which were sup posed to entitle the participants to nitiou under the hero fund provided Andrew Carnegie several years Ten awards were made for heroes in widely parts of this country and as follows Ten Awards Are Daniel H cbil aged of Sher lost his life in the rescue Ills William lor his heroism the commission awarded his wife a silver find Wade en May on Lynch near saved a John from after R The commission awarded him a silver medal and Prevented A silver awarded to Michael a shin of for Miss Dp aped a b junii InK into the Lawrence river OTI April I Miss Maud aped a stuikTjt nf New a siKer by the commission ln of In saving from a music Of L SERVICE ORDER Employees Forbidden to Give tions for President through the State published an executive order of conse to every employee irl the civil ser vice of the United Xo tion of tlie underlying renson for its is suance is The order is as follows Xo officer or employee of the Government or Indirectly or con cerned in any manner In the instruction of any person or ff perrons with view to special for the tions tlie Civil Service cora The fact that any officer or employee Heroine Leaves lost her life on while attempting to need Js her sen aged and three The family Is Tho commission bronze a I and appropriated tn penned by til as It thinks beat for the Nurse Saves a at the n for part In the attempt to from en May Walker aged an attorney for good He presented Wayne who made a Foil said In part Governed by tlie The most conspicuous fact of municipal ROV In the United States is that they by the few and not by the Is more rottenness and less patriotism In our largo than the patriotism made as as tho tho problem of good government would be solved the people tho government in ths peo plp corrupt ion Is to eradi tho people do The you arc making here la a which will KJ felt every and State in the The benefit of good EOV will bo anil the evil ef of a defeat will demoralize those who In tho The man docs not tha sol emn duty he owes State and his Every Day Work The moral revolution now sweeping over the land means the that comes from the not from the Many men would bo if need to up for their State if they rje and this kind of patriotism ho too highly commended hut the man who Is willing to live for his city and State every day is the man that Is needed Just There may ho as much patriotism in ones time to the betterment of civic condl and the election cC pood men to and ballot as In to the bullets of an Less never was time when the need for patriotic men in greater than We need more men actuated alone bv the public Rood and fewer of those who crc in politics merely for United States Geological Survey Is Busy in Special to The In charge ot the States slir voy of thj volley has passed thU point on to nml wiere he will his Two parties out in this section nf the country on ouo In charee who is tho elevation of through this rango of the other in charse of Kd who has charge ot thu of the will be of make good report on Fremont which there has been Pome considerable discussion on and during the which lasted over an it is believed Baron made full verbal report to the Emperor of the course of the emphasizing President Hoose velts effort In Gives Written At the close of the audience the Em honored Baron a written personal highly by Jap anese The message expressed satisfaction at the peace Ll ish es Peopl Man i fes t inglorious rn The The a medal to a of San for from on July Saves Three as to which was anil his report watched with considerable Interest as to whether nny monuments or names wero found on tho peik peak Is very difficult nml not more than one month of din year is It possi ble on account of iho perpetual snow arid which must be crossed before reach luff the Open Their Second Shakespearean shall bo considered i a ship fitter a for saving lives of three whose boat w Uh off New on Arthur n of Fcx was r for thr on April Season in New nml Mies began their second season in New York at the i Knickerbocker theater with n production of of the It tho either of the had sron in this plav in New nnd wilh the fact that IKW of the play was In lynd to the production an cause for his from the thrown n rrc to their K t the VISIT MINIMI CAMPS Continue Enlarge j Views of paid a visit to a1 number of towns n the rich mining surrounding nnd a portion of the Government forest reserve was In f H developed that every camp j returns to visited was unanimously opposed to joint A was received hy the Storekeeper Gets Arthur a f wny a for tho of unusual nnd Miss MaY I I ly the unusually large audi I The play was beautifully and and the com pany was from Crystal raps al nn July ASKS NEW TRIAL Springs Surprise on Attorneys lor for tion from saying that the whole town was opposed to the Adams and Miner of Wisconsin wore the only speakers i Both reiterated their determination to fight for statehood for declaring that the report was Incorrect as to existing conditions in to NKW James Hydre turned to New York City to testify fully before the insurance committee he may be called upon to do Is row r perfect be tween counsel to the Samuel Hydes formal subpoena the Ve were given this when they learned that Judge attorney for Grace Tag had Tiled motion for a new It was supposed that Judge Smyser only Riven notice to preserve his It Is stated that attorneys for Kart will that Judge Kason conferred with outside parties as to what and for what the judg ment and decree should of the imperial rescript an conclusion ot peace is as follows We a fundamental principle of our international policy to main tain peace In the und our and the promotion thls high object been our con stant aim but last for by the necessity of were forced hostilities with Achieve Rinco the war began and have provision horned dc fense and military within empire Itself and have withstood hardships all kinds during their campaigns thus have achieved a civil In concord with diligently 111 further ance of our All r the of war and domestic anil affairs been properly as the exigencies tion Our frucal have cheerfully borne tho heavy burden national expenditure and contributed to the war thus as with In advancing the and the dignity ol the Spirit of Thn result Is In largo to spirits of our as well the devotion to of our civil military officials and tho patriotism our After twenty months of war the of has heen of country and Inasmuch ss wo have our the maintenance of It Is tii our will should bo protracted and that should unnecessarily be subjected to horrors of Would Avoid Horrors of When the President of the United the peace and ed that the Governments of Japan Rod Russia should arranse terms of fully allnirhls and good the and at the ap pointed to confer those of Agree to The the having and conferred plenipotentiaries have agreed tc h proposals of our plenipotentiaries In view objects of war and the maintenance of In thi thus the sincerity of their desiro for have examined tna terms upon the having found them In entire conformity with our we have accepted and Shares Peace and dory having been happy to Invoke benign spirits of our ancestors and to to of these to our It Is our earnest desire to share the with our anJ Inns joy tho blessings of peace with all again U friend rf Japan v sincerely desire that the irlatlcns of now ctmc Nations In this when thir no delay In ths of effort to Improve of nations internal exter main In full even n p an endeavor should mad to with its tha country be and its perma We our of coro mond them to attend lo anl to do all that lies in their to strengthen tho Engineer Breaks His peculiar acci dent occurred In Boise railroad this A switch engine bumped Into the rear of a passenger Th jolt threw off his sent in th cah of the and caused him to break one of his
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