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BENIGN SPIRITS SPIRITSOF
OF ANCESTORS ANCESTORSMikado
Mikado Bestows Credit for Result of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the late War WarPROSPERITY WarPROSPERITY WarePROSPERITY
PROSPERITY NOW BEGINS BEGINSRESCRfPTANNOUNCING BEGINSRESCRlPT BEGINSRESCRIPTANNOUNCING
RESCRfPTANNOUNCING RESCRlPT ANNOUNCrNG CONCLU CONCLUSION CONCLUSION CONCLUSION ¬
SION OF PEACE PEACEtranaiatloflu PEACET
1 KIO oct Oct L i P p m1he oMcl oMclt1otf OC
T 1 tranaiatloflu t1otf of t the imperial re rescript Je JescrtPt yeer1it ¬
script aanoancin the conclusion conclusionof
of ti peace pea < e is i as follows followsWe followsWe euewaWe
We have utse always ws 11 deemed < It t a fund fundamental Cundamental fundnherital ¬
mental principle of our international international1olicy Iuteruat1oflpolicy
policy < to maintain peace In the east eastuud eaatll1d eastiW
uud iW thus assure the security ot out oarempire outmplre outimpire
empire and th the promotion of this high highobject hIZKbject I Illject
object has therefore been our con constant 0 0lant cOflant ¬
stant ant aim but last year for reasons reasonsUictattA rea reatlitatllll resoUiCtatt
UictattA by tlt Ute necessity of self pre preservation prOervtion re reservaUon ¬
servation we unfortunately w Wforced t tforced e etorcod
forced into hostilities U > with Russlt RussltGlorious RUN1tGlorious RttssitGlorious
Glorious Success Achieved AchievedSince Achieved8ince Achievedinco
Since inco the war beean our army and andi andtiiVY
i tiiVY avy have made adequate provision provisioni
i 11 > home defense and nd military prepara preparations preparat1l1nS preparatLLflt4 ¬
tions within the empire Itself and have havev havethstood havethtood
v ithatood hardships of all kinds during duringth I Ithdr
thdr th < ir campaigns abroad and thus have haveahJeved haveJd1ieved havej
ahJeved j Iiiived a glorious suoess 8uo eu Our civil civilofficials ctvUmrhtl9 clytiflIKIt
officials flIKIt in concord with our diet have havediligently havedllgtntly bvelt
diligently lt I IgtntIy performed their duties duti in infurtherance Int Inf
furtherance t 1 It Ither thtrince nce of our will All measures measuresfor measuresthe I
for the prosecution Iro ecutlon of the war and for fortin fortlh fort1t
tin t1t administration of domestic and andforeign andforeign andfireign
foreign affairs have been en properly properlytaken proper properlyttken I Itaken
taken as the exigencies of the situa situation 8ltuatil attuatifl ¬
tion dsmanded d nnded Our people frugal tru l and andprudent andJudent andprudent
prudent have cheerfully borne the thehavy thefav theJavy
havy fav burden of national natlonall expenditure expenditureami
ami In ti iiii have generously contributed to the thewar ther
war 11 r fund thus assisting as with one onewill onewm enSwill
will in advancing the prestige ple tl e and andmaintaining andmaintalnlne andinahtafnIng
maintaining the dignity of the state stateAid stateAid stateAid
Aid From Spirit World WorldThe WorldThe WorldThe
The result is due in a large meas measure meaaUre mekSUIe ¬
ure to the benign spirits of our anees aneesti ancestur anceattrs
ti tur > r as well as to the devotion to duty dutyof dutytiC duty4t
of our civil and military officials and andthe andthe andthe
the selfdenying ltdenyln patriotism of all our ourIfople OU1lfJDle our1hiPle
Ifople IfopleAfter lfJDleArter 1hiPleAtter
After twenty twent months of war the po position po1tion P0ttiofl ¬
sition of the empire has been strength strengthened strengthned trenxthmd ¬
ened md and the interests of the country countryadvanced countrYullvunced countryLvtced
advanced and inasmuch as we have haveiiever havellttr havetvr
iiever wavered In our ou desire tor the themaintenance thelTI theinttutenance
maintenance lTI ntenance of peace it is contrary contraryto
to uur will that hostilities should be beprotracted beJlrotrucle beirotricte1
protracted 1 and bat hat our people peo le should shouldunnecessarily shouldl shouldulLIteuemsarlly
unnecessarily l l1ntTeuarn be subjected To the her horrors hOlror herror ¬
rors ror of war warWhen wltrWhell warWhen
When the president of the United UnitedHtices Unitedtetl Unitedttes
Htices tetl In n the Interests Intere ts of peace and andhumanity andh
humanity h suggested that the govern governin 50ern111lt governbntS
in 111lt nts of Japan and Russia should ar arrange arT ariuIge ¬
range T lllgt terms of peace fully apprect appreciating apprectJtlng apprectt1ng ¬
ating t1ng hfe ltl kindness indn and good will m we wearrepted welTepted weittepted
arrepted fW lJMCP ttUP estioiv Uoq and an nd at the theproper theIJJpr the1rpr
proper moment appointed ppotnt d plenipoten plenipotentiaries plenlpOttiarie8 plenIpOtaflttries ¬
tiaries to confer with those of Russia RussiaPeace RIaPeace RussiaPeace
Peace Terms Satisfactory SatisfactoryThe S 1t1sfactoryThe
The plettipQtsnUarls PI ntlartu of the two twoountrtf twoountrtW twoountrtss1i
< ountrtf ountrtss1i < Mtrtl met 4W1 d conferred conferredfrequently cOI1rredfrquentl coufrredfrequently
frequently the Russian plcnipotentlar plcnipotentlarIt le1dpotentl r rIt
It > have agreed to the proposals of our ourplenipotentiaries OUtplnipotenthrte ourplenipotenthtries
plenipotentiaries which were w ete re essential essentialhaving eMef1tfall1ding estentfa1h4viug
having In view the objects of the war warutivi waruld wartt
utivi tt the maintenance matfnt nan e of peace 8Ace in the theoast thelast thoast
last ast thus manifesting the sincerity alncerlt of oftheir ofthdr ofth1t I
their desire for peace pc ce We e have ex examined exarnlned extrni1le41 ¬ I
amined the terms telI agreed upon 1II on > by the theplenipotentiaries theplcnlpotentlarl theplenipotentlarlea I
plenipotentiaries and having found foundthem foundth foundIhent
them th m in entire conformity with Ith our ourwill ourwill
4 will we have ave accepted and ratified ratifiedthem ratifiedthem ratifiedthem
them themPeace
Peace and an glory having thus been beensecured beenwcured beenwcured
wcured we are happy to invoke the theblessing thebles81ng theblessing
blessing of the benign spirits of our ourunceetors
unceetors and to be able to bequeath bequeaththe
4 the fruits of these th great deeds to our ourposterity oUrpi oUrpo4terIty
posterity pi terlt It is our earnest t1ILrne t desire to toshare toshare toeharo
share the glory glor with our people and andlong andlong andlong
long enjoy the blessings blel8ln of peace with withall withall wIthall
all nations nationsFriendship naUonaFriendship nationsFriendship
Friendship Established EstablishedRussia EstablishedUull EstabUshedItuasta
Russia Uull la again Is I the friend of Ja Japan Japm Japtr1 ¬
pan and we sincerely desire that the therelations therl1atfons therilatlons
relations of good neighborhood now nowreestablished nownestltbU81te nowreestabllshe4
reestablished shall aha II become both inti intimate inliItlate Intilitate ¬
mate and cordial cordialIn cordiaLIn
In this age when hen there Is no delay delayin
in II f the worlds progress there should shouldbe houldb
be b no cessation of the efforts to im impvuvp hnNu tinIAu
pvuvp Nu the administration of the na nations natlUJ natiujis ¬
tions tlUJ i affairs both internal and exter exteriii
iii I While military miUtal efficiency ahou ahoubt ahaubl exterI 1ioubk
bt maintained in full vigor igol even in intime Intime I Itln1f
time of peace an earnest endeavor endeavorpliould eadeaOIllOltl endeavortiOUld i
pliould llOltl be made to attain success in inpeaieful InJI1 inittetut I
peaieful JI1 < ul pursuits pur ul so that in equal equalmt equalmasure
mt masure usure with its power the prosperity prosperityf pro perfty perftyf
f the country eountr may be maintained and andIt anttL
It tL permanent progress pro re insured insuredWe Insuredre
We ye re strongly admonish h our subjects subjectsagainst subjectstgati ubjectsagahlsl
against tgati ist manifestations of vainglorious vaingloriousTjd vldn lorlouli lorlouliI
Tjd I hIi and command them to attend to tolawful tolawful toltwfiil
lawful avocations a ttGn and to do all that thatJi tbatin
Ji in their power to strengthen t1et < then the theempire tke11pire thet theWARNINGISISSUED
empire t
et etWARNING
WARNING WARNINGISISSUED WARNINGISISSUEDxecutivc IS ISSUED ISSUEDexecutive ISSUEDZxecutivc
executive Order to Employes in the theCivil theCivil theCivil
Civil Service ServiceWashington ServiceWashlngton ServiceWashington
Washington Oct IS 1The The president preoklenttoday presidenttday reefdenttoday
today through tbrou h the state department departmentpublished departmentIubJished departmentjubhshed
published an executive order of cease consequence ceaseuence ¬
quence 1 Ufnee to every ery employs in the civil civilservice chitrvlce civilrvIee
service rvlce of the United States No Noplanation o ex explanation e epltnation ¬
planation of the underlying reason for forits fort
its t issuance is given RivenThe KlvenTIte givenThe
I
The order ie i as follows followsNo foUosNo followsNo
No officer or 0 employe of the sov sovcinment govcnment
cinment t nmtnt shall directly dlre < tly or indirectly indirectlyinstruct IndlreeU1nstruct indlrecUyrLstruct
instruct or be concerned in any man manner maaI1Pr man31cr ¬
ner in the instruction of any person On or orclasses ortIasses I
classes of persons with a view Yie to their theirspecial tbeirpeclal theirtpeeIal
special preparation for the examine examinations examlDations examinetioni4 ¬
tions of the United States civil service servicecommission ervfeecommilJ8lon servkecommission
commission commissionThe commilJ8lonThe
The fact that any oflteer o teer or em employe employe employe ¬
ploye ia I found so engaged shall b bconsidered be betOn beI
considered tOn idered sufficient 8u clent cause for his Id re removal re removat renioval ¬
I moval from the service serviceTH120DOR1C serviceTHEODORE servicerHODOm
THEODORE ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTOctober ROOSEYELTOctober ROOSEVILTOctober
October 15 1 IMS IMSLOST ISOLLOST
< 4 4LOST
LOST ALL FOR LOVE LOVEGrand LOVEGrand LOVEGrand
Grand Duke Cyril Feels Weight of ofCzars ofCzars ofCzars
Czars Displeasure Displeasuret
St t Petersburg Poter burg Oct 16 UThe The official officialMessenger omcl oMehtliesengsr 1 1I
Messenger I sengr today toda published an imperial imperialukase im imperialtikare enal enaluka
ukase uka dated Oct IS 15 dismissing dl nhi8lnit Grand GrandDuke GrandDuke GrandDuke
Duke Cyril from the service because becauseof
of his bt rtcont marriage to the Princess PrincessVictoria P1ineHliturla PrincessVtturla
Victoria turla the divorced wife of the theGrand LboHraud theGrand
Grand Duke of Hess Heue The ukase also alodeprives aJaodprlvP8 alsodtprtves
deprives the grand duke of his decora decorations doooratlons doeoraI ¬
tions and other honors honorsIn honorsIn
I In addition to the other punish punishments unl8hn1 ¬
15 ments n1 tenth nts mentioned Grand Duke Cyril C rU te tedeprived IiJdf Isd
deprived df d > prlvod rlod of the right to bear the tUle tUleof UilOor Uloof
of imperial highness and his hi entire entireRussian ent entreRussian rc rcRussian
Russian income which is derived from fromthe fromthe lom lomth
the th S2B00OOQ ooooo s Met r aside u ldc for each gm gritt1 gritt1duke J Jduke Jduke
duke at hi lila JiiJrth and which ha hab since sinceVXVCK In InbNU irte irtebenz
VXVCK benz aU auanrttd oiiotnai rrd t in ill irrinti lrJon way Tim Timrand The 1herand Thegrand
grand rand duke d k lft rettrhot I ct rhot last la t night
THE SALT LAKE HERALDs
Established June une6187O 6 1870 1 SALT SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UT AH TUESDAY Y OCTOBER 17 1905 Price pfi c Pive Cents
ALL WILL HELP HELPTOURIST HELPTOURIST HELPTOURIST
TOURIST TRUST TRUSTOne
One Railroad Promises 25000 to toBe toBe toBe
Be Used for Travel Diversion DiversionMEETING DiversionMEETING DiversionMEETING
MEETING IS ON TODAY TODAYCOM1Y1ERCJAL TODAYOM1Y1Ea TODAYCOMMERCJAL
COM1Y1ERCJAL OM1Y1Ea JAI CLUB TO o BRING BRINGSTATE BRINGSTATE BRINGSTATE
> STATE GOVERNORS HERE HEREr HEREr
r r WffiVEZWlVE Vl THOUSAND TEIOus DOL DOL1j DOLlata DOLI
r j laPS aI a first rst contribution contributionpromised coplrtbutionJIIOl1 contributionOmtsed
promised elby J by > y one railroad for Hut thoSalt HutSaJt theSalt
Salt L Late e Commercial clubs plan to todivert toivt todivrt
divert ivt Burogean UrOpSan travel into Ute west westla weatia
la an Illustration of the favor the pro proposition plOpoeltJon proposition ¬
position is meeting Governor Mc McDonald MeDonak1 McDonald ¬
Donald of o Colorado has already signi signifl shmithtdhlii signifledhis
fl thtdhlii dhis earnest desire to toattenci attend a con conference eonferenee cottferenee ¬
ferenee on the subject of of state execu executives executlves executives ¬
tives and commercial body representa representatives rcprtaentaUna ropresentattves ¬
tives to be held in Inj3alt Salt sIt Lake La e on the theoccasion theon theoccon
occasion on oftthe ot he Commercial clubs an annual aunual annun ¬
nual nun banquet this winter These two twoand twoand twoand
and a multitude of favorable news newspaper newsJNtpef newsppet ¬
paper comments oof1ments from all over Amer America AmerJca Americe ¬
ice lire e instances showing general at attitude attltude attitude
titude toward the lie feeler which the theCommercial theCommercial theCommercial
Commercial club recently sent out outThis outThill outThis
This noon at a meeting of the clubs clubsboard clubsboar clubsboard
board of governors details looking to toward tow towwlucl toward ¬
ward the formal launching of what whatthe whatthe whatthe
the New York Tribune has already alreadychristened alreadychrhitened alreadychristened
christened The Tourist Trust will willbe wHlbe willbe
be beThe arranged arrangedThe fUTanldThe
The Tourist Trusfwas TrusC was christened christenedby
by the New York Tribune in an unedi uneditorlal edt editorial edttonal ¬
tonal mention speaking highly of this thisplan thisplan thisplan
plan inaugurated a few weeks since sinceThe sinceTIle sinceThe
The New York Sun the New York YorkTime YorkTlme YorkTimes
Time and other papers throughout throughoutthe
the east and west characterizes this thisplan thisplan thisplan
plan as patriotic and feasible Inci Incid mcidentally
d dentally ntally the scheme is only a part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the work now now going on to help Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Cit and Utah UtahMuch UtahMuch UtahMuch
Much Advertising Sent Out OutFor OutFor OutFor
For instance the Commercial club clubduring clubduring clubduring
during the past year sent out 100000 100000copies 100000copies 100000copies
copies of Pacts Regarding Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City arid Utah all in answer answer to in inquiries inqUlrte Inquirles ¬
quiries or to demands for the litera literature Ulerature literature ¬
ture But this is the routine work ot otthe of oftho ofthe
the club Aside from that two far farlarger farluger farlarger
larger plans the diversion < of Euro European European Europenn ¬
pean travel and the advertisement of ofSuit ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake City ell by b illuminated d pic pictures pictures pietureu ¬
tures are now being worked out At Atthe AtUte Atthe
the same me time the Beostera club cluban clublUll clubas
an planned by the Salt Lake Real Es Estate Estate E Etate ¬
tate association a laUon is becoming a work working working worklug ¬
ing actualityThis actualityThIs actuality actualityThis
This diversion dlvel lon of travel from the old oldworld oldworld oldworld
world will include the united efforts effortsof
of nine eLates and territories along alongwith alongwith alongwith
with western railroads Figures rep representing repn representing ¬
resenting n enUu < amounts spent in Europe EurogeAmericans by byAmericans byAmericans
Americans are apnailinr if one who whostudies W110studies whostudies
studies them be patfcotlc For in instance Instance l lstance ¬
stance 5lWOOfi000 was taken across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the Atlantic by b Americans in the sea season season season ¬
son tft JW405 1 and left there Th Thboard The Theoozod Theboard
board of o governora go eruor of the th Commercial Commercialclub Comm Cotumereldtclub Icl
club when they Ute first 4 talkjd 1 over over the thematter thematter theinattr
matter realfwd thailwaKlahv tbd W tmll peouje peoujecouldnt p pOJjecouldnt oUl oUleoulcluthoPf
couldnt eoulcluthoPf hopeto hope to divert all or or onehalf onehalfor
or onethird this amount to the west westIJut westaut vestut 1
IJut ut the members of the board boat 1 were wereunanimous wereUflflIfliOUs I Iunanl
unanimous unanl ou in the opinion that per persistent perIlatent perdetent ¬
detent and systematic work would re result yesuit ¬
suit ult in retting some ofthose of those millions millionsAnd millionsAnd
And so they made their plans plansPlan plansPl planPlan
Plan Pl m to to Educate East EastThes EastTheMe EastThese
TheMe include the getting together of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the nine states and two territories of ofthe otthe ofthe
the west ost in an organization or tnizatlon This or organization OtatnlzaUon organizatlon ¬
ganization shall then set to work by byproper by1JI0l81 byproper
proper advertisement and solicitation solicitationjust solicitationjWiit solicitationjust
just as do the passenger pIlSien r departments departmentsof
of railroads and educate the people of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
America to what the west we t has to offer offertravelers offeltMlelerlil offertravelers
travelers Europe gets many man visitors visitorswho visitorswho vIsitorswho
who go for education educ tlon or art Such Suchpeople Suchpeople Suchpeople
people will continue to go But Eu Europe Europe Euiope ¬
rope so O reasoned ra cmed > the board gets many manywho manywho manywho
who go for scenery and many who go gobecause gobecau gobecause
because becau e it is the thing So far as asscenery asacenery asscenery
scenery and climatic benefits are con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned the west with all it has to offer offershould offethould oflershould
should prove an irresistible counter counterattraction counterattlactlon counterattraction
attraction Couple with this natural naturalpatriotism naturolpat naturalpatriotism
patriotism pat UStn and the diversion of travel travelin
in this direction should prove easy easyThis eas easThis easyThis
This was as the trend of the reasoning reasoningIf
I
If flv years effort should shouldbtlng bring west westward westward westward ¬
ward onefourth of what Americans Americansspent Americansapent Americansvent
spent across i the Atlantic this thl year yearthat yearthat yearthat
that would mean 10000000 spent in inthis Inlhiti inthis
this section of the continent continentWhen continentWhen
When all this had been talked over overthe overthe
the matter was broached by newspaper newspaperpublication uewspaerItublleatlon newspaperpublication
publication The plan took Some in instances mstancell instanceS ¬
stances of its Inking have been given givenThe KfvenThe givenThe
The promise of a J250UO ea first contribution contributionmade contributionmade i imade
made by one r railroad ilro d with the on one proviso provisothat provisothat
that the project pro ct be in goad ha hands mis is a asubstantial aalbsanUal asubstantial
substantial evidence of approval approvalMeeting 81provalMeeting approvalMeeting
Meeting Will Be Held Today TodayToday Todayroctay Todayrday
Today farther furth r details will he decided decidedby decidedby decidedby
by the board of governors These will willlook willlook wiltlook
look to the conference of governors of ofwestern ofWCIIftem ofwestern
western state tahe and rd territories and repre representative rell rellII4Intathea roliresenttlves ¬
sentative of western w stem commercial Ixxllas IxxllasThis bodl8This lxshlssThIs
This will probably be e held at tho time timeof Umlof timeof
of the Commercial clubs annual banquet banquetIt
It will be on Invitation of Suit Lake LakeCitys iskcCitys
Citys Commercial club and that tn t institu instituUn IIHIUlutWfI Inatitut4
Un t4 ° n will plan to entertain the most mo t novel noveland novland nov1and I
and withal the moat representative gaUt gathering gaUtforlnc gaUtering ¬
ering of promittfeut PNII Jt nt men that the west westhas WeHtbu westhas
has seen for many man a day dayIn da daylii I
In another mttoUntiai ntlal way wa Salt Lake Lakeis Laeis
is te be advertised On Smith s drug store storecorner storecorner I Irner
corner rner an illuminated tUum nated sign covering half halfthe Jlalttbe haltthe
the building bundln front on Second South Southstreet Southstreel SouthStreet
street Is being bPI erected e cted Incandescent Incandescentlamps Incandescentlamps cent centJampa
lamps illuminate this sign from behind behindColored bohlndColored behindColored
Colored views on glass of farms mines minesand minesand mineiand
and orchards along with views yj of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake CUys public buildings will 111 be belighted beUcbted belighted
lighted by these lamp 111m Local advertizes adert advertlalogWill ha hawill
Will occupy part of the space > here But Butin ButIn Butin
in other > r cities this same sign without withoutlocal withoutucal withoutlocal
local advertisements dvert e nb will be exhibited for forstated forstated forstated
stated periods T1U4 will lit be done In ninny ninnyof manyof
of the t hI largest cities of o the country TIts To9Meantime TItsI1icn Thssega
I1icn will ill be 1 Ut U within Uhin a fe few days dlitinttme daysdeanttme I
Meantime nttme both plans mentioned have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been receiving many encomiums and the thetourist Utetour thetourist
tourist tour lt trust has already attained con continentwide conti contineniwide ¬
tinentwide ti nlwlde attention Wise liie and patri patriotic patrIotic paIroth ¬
otic ere re the adjectives most frequently frequentlyapplied frequentlyaimiled requeuUIppUed
applied to it Its It promoter eoathlenUY1teUeve coeridentlybelieve confidently confidentlybelieve
believe that within five flv years along < With Withthe withtlte withthe
the new Ie railroads and Industries now be being beI bejng ¬
titS built in or near a the city clt it will bring bringmUliODS bl1ngmll1lO bringmBhloii
mUliODS M of dollars to the west in general generaland generalatid 1 1and
and Salt Lake City ctt in particular particularTo
To Form Boosters Club ClubTh ClubThe ClubTb
Th The Salt Lake Real Bstate association associationmeets associationJI8ebJ associationmeets
meets tomorrow in connection with im important ImHMtant imnoetant ¬
portant work right along these line lineThe lIneTho linesjhe
The Boosters club which w lch is to consist consistof
of every man in the city who want to todo todo
do what he can to help the city by saying sayingn sain sainKQOI
n good word whenever opportunity of offers oct oftere ¬
fers t is s being beln formed formbdEvery formedevery
Every man who want to enlIst t his hisservice hlgrvlcetl hisservices
service in this campaign of speaking speakinggood peaklnot peaktnggoot
good of his city will get a button bearing bearingW
W its face the words Boost for Salt SaltLake St SaltLake t tLItke
Lake City Cft A systematic effort is being beingmade helnsmade beingmade
made to enlist Ute aid and sympathies or orevery orevery orevery
every big business man and man of prop property Droperty oreperty ¬
erty In Salt Lake along aloft thepo theoo tli lines linosMeantime UnOtlMoantJ linesMeantime
Meantime MoantJ e the association a Is getting ready readyto
to issue IOOUM 100 circulars which will de describe dee11M doseitiie ¬
scribe In plain language lan a8 what Salt Lake LakeCity LakeC LakeCity
City C t has to offer the investor and the theresident ther thematters
I Iot
resident residentBoth r dent
Both ot these matters will be taken up at attomorrows attomorrows I
tomorrows meeting meetingTh
The Th oundl IU8t utsht gave the Reel Ronl8Uite Reellatate I
8Uite k8tiOchttioe Jt ierinlnatpit ttnt IOI to 1Ja04tJj11 1Ja04tJj11Ilctrlc pines iju ijuIectric
Ilctrlc sign reading Salt Laku Lak UI tIC tICr cm cmor
or r OPfrruoltl 1 In front ttQ t of its uJumO1 uJumO1lttartors Head Headquarters iteadtjarer5
quarters tjarer5 in the th Nt llweU well bloCk blo k I
SEEKNG TO BUY BUYCOL BUYCOL BUYCOL1WALLS
COL COL1WALLS WALLS STOCK STOCKGuggenheimInterests STOCJGuggen11eim STOCKGuggenheim <
GuggenheimInterests Guggenheim < Interests Reported Ne Negotiating Negotiating Negotiating ¬
gotiating for Utah Utah Copper CopperMEETING CopperMEEtING CopperMEETING
MEETING IN NEW YORK YORKPRICE YORKPRICE YORKPRICE
PRICE DEMANDED IS RUMORED RUMOREDTO RUMOREDTOBE
TO TOBE BE B E 5000000 5000000ACCORDING 5000000A 5OOOOOOA
A CCOHDINCT to dispatches from fromNew fromH rom romNew
ACCORDING A H New No York yesterday yesl rd6Y negotiations negotiationsare negotiations negotiationsare
are under way for the purchase of ofColonel ofColonel ofColonel
Colonel E A Walls WHU > entire interest In Inthe inthe inthe
the Utah Copper company It is isStated Istltated Isstated
Stated that the Guggonheims are seed seeding seekIng seeiIng ¬
ing to make the purchase for the theAmerican theAmerican theAmoriena
American Smellers Securities Se urItles com company comptlny cornpany ¬
pany which already ahead has the option on onthe onthe onthe
the control and that it was on their theirinvitation th theirInvitation ir irinltrttlon
invitation Colonel Wall went to New NewYork NevYork NewYork
York YorkThe York1he YorkThe
The colonel left for the east last lastSaturday lastSaturdll1 lastSaturday
Saturday on business the nature of ofwhich orwhich ofwhIch
which he flatly declined to discuss discussTwo discussrrwo discussTwo
Two days before he lC went away on onThursday onThursday OnThursday
Thursday the Boston News Bureau Bureauhad Bureauhad Bureauhad
had him en route to New York where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he was to hold a conference with withAmerican withAmerIcan withAmerican
American Smelting Sme ting Interests InterestsOffer InterestsOffer InterestsOffer
Offer for Wall Wall Stock StockThe StockThe StockThe
The paper says saysWe saysWe saysWe
We understand that Colonel E A AWall Aull AWall
Wall ull who successfully enjoined the theAmerican theAmerlcon theArnericait
American Smelters interests Intcre ts from ac acquiring acquiring acqulring ¬
quiring control of the Utah Copper Coppercompany CoppercomJmn Coppercompany
company is now on his way from Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake to New York where he will con confer confer confer ¬
fer with the American Smelting com company complln cornpany ¬
pany plln people peopleIt
It Is said that Colonel Wall was of offered ofCered offered ¬
fered 26 per share for his 90000 shares sharesof
of Utah Copper company stock but butrefused butreCused butrefused
refused and says all he asks is that thathe thathe thatlie
he be permitted to participate In the theissue theIssue theissue
issue of new ne securities to the same ex extent extent cxtent ¬
tent as the Guggenheim interest interestHe InterestHc interestIfe
He will be permitted to do this and andhis andhis andhis
his suit will be withdrawn The ad adjourned adjourned adjourned ¬
journed stockholders meeting is to be beheld IJeheM beheld
held Oct 17 and by b that time the Wall Wallcontroversy Wallcontroversy TaU
controversy will probably be ended endedMay ended1tMay endcdMay
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May Demand 5000000 5000000Since 5000000Since 5000000Since
Since Colonel Walls alls departure it has hasbeen 11a5been lIesbeen
been reported that before the ad adjourned adjourned adjourned ¬
journed meeting of the Utah Copper Coppercompany Coppercompau Coppercompany
company which Is to be held at New Newark Newlllc Newark ¬
ark N J today toda a proposition propo iUon to buy buytho buytho buythe
tho Wall interest in the company companywould companywould companywould
would be made to him that the Gug Gusgenheimg Gugenhelms Guggenhteims
genheimg or the American Securities Securitiescompany Securitiescompany Securitiescompany
company was prepared to pay the theamount theamount theamount
amount stated in the Boston papers papersstory papersstolJ papersstory
story but that Colonel Wall would woulddemand woulddemand woulddemand
demand at least twice that amount or orin orIn orin
in round figures 5000000 This would wouldbe ould ouldbe
be at the rate ruttor of 5555 5 55 5 a share shareIt
It seems certain that negptiatlons of ofsome ofsome ofsome
some kind are pending and that Colo Colonel Colonel Cob Cobpsi ¬
nel Wai WaIf has gene to New York for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of meeting the parties in ininterest ininterc5t ininterest
interest and an talking the matter over overThe oyerTlte overTue
The impression prevail p Vlht here Iu re that thatsome thatS6me thatstrne
some understamfmf underftanli17 will lie b rescntta rescnttaand rCtC1 rcaeltritand bd bdand
and that it will result in the Utah UtahCopper UtahCopper UtahCopper
Copper company securing a withdraw withdrawal ¬
al of the suit now pending pendingDARROW pendingaCit pendingDARROW
aCit aCitDARROW
DARROW WAS JEALOUS JEALOUSProbable JEALOUSProbable JEALOUSProbable
Probable Cause of the Tragedy in inSioux inSi9UX inSi9ux
Si9UX City Ci yWoman Woman Known Knownto
to Have Had lovers loversSioux LoversSiourc LoversSioux
Sioux City Cft la I Oct 16 16The The mystery mysterysurrounding mrstersurrounding mysterysurrounding
surrounding the double tragedy in a ahack ahack ahack
hack here on Sunday afternoon has not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been entirely solved The theory of ofthe Ofthe ofthe
the police is that E H Darrow of ofLead ofL ofLoad
Lead L d S D the mine promoter who whoshot I Iahot I Ishot
shot and killed his sons wife Mrs W WE I IE I
E Darrow of Belle Fourche S D and andthen J I
then killed himself is that Darrow Darrowwas Darrowwas IDarrowtas
was insanely jealous of the woman or orthat orthot orthat
that he had decided because of his hisfinancial hisfinancIal hisfinancial
financial condition that he and the thewoman thewoman thevoman
woman should die together A letter letterfrom letterfrom letterfrom
from Lead S D may ma have indirectly indirectlycaused indirectlyc indirectlycaused
caused c used the woman to lose her life and andher andhor andher
her murderer to kill J himself hlm elf In the theletter theletter theletter I
letter which was signed C C T the thewriter thewriter thewriter
writer told tol the th woman of his love for forher forher forher
her
Lead S D Oct 16 GE 16E E H Darrow Darrowwho Darrowwholdlled Darrowwho I
who wholdlled killed his sons wife and took his hisown hisown hisown
own life at Sioux City Clt was well known knownin
in thd th Black Hills He had lived in inLead inLead inLead
Lead for three years and was wasldentl wasldentlfled identi identified Identifled ¬
fled with several mining properties propertiesand
and was prominent in business and andsocial andsocial andsocial
social circles circlesTHE circlesTHE
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THE DEATH DEATHRECORD DEATHRECORDWilliam RECORD RECORDWilliam RECORDWilliam
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William N Armstrong ArmstrongWashington ArmstrongWashinston ArmstrongWashington
Washington Oct 16 16lIJlam William N NArmstrong NArmatrouS NArmstrong
Armstrong who jo was 88 attorney general generalof
of theSandwich the Sandwich islands under the thereign th threign thereign
reign of King Kalaktm 1 during the ad administration itdininintration ¬
ministration mnl tration of President Pro ident Grant dIed diadyesterday dlode dIedyesterday
yesterday e teldll at Garfiojd hospital hOiPtt l in this thiscity thl thlclt thiacity
city clt Ho had been b 6n ill about three threemonths threemonths threemonths
months with a disease of the liver liverAfter JiveIAfter liverAfter
After Mr lr Armstrongs services under underKing underKing underKing
King Kalakua he ran a newspaper newspaperfor
for a few years and then returned to tothe tothe tothe
the Ihiited nltedStatci States buying property in inVirginia InVlr inVirginia
Virginia Vlr lnla His H is principal occupation occupationwas
was in travelling travellingRev trs travellingRev veiling veilingRev
Rev Dr O M Gilbert GilbertHarrisfcurg GilbertHarrisbur GilbertHarrlabur
Harrisfcurg Pa J a Oct 16 16Rev Rev Dr O OM OM 0It
M Gilbert paetQ pa tQJ of if the ZIon Luther Lutheran ¬
an church this city and one of the theforemost theforemost theforemost
foremost Lutheran clergymen in the thecountry theountr thecountry I
country ountr died suddenly today toda of an angina an11m angina ¬
gina pectoris pectorisWatonga leCtorlsWatonga pectorisWatonga
Watonga Kaw Chief ChiefBartlesvHIc ChiefDnrtlcsvUle ChiefBartiesvllie I
BartlesvHIc I T Oct 1C 10Watonga 10Watongathe Watonga Watongathe
the chief of the Kaw I w Indians died at athis athis athis
his home near here on Saturday aged
90 years yearsLOOKED Yl8rsLOOKED yearsLOOKED
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LOOKED FOR GAS LEAK LEAKWITH LEAKWITH LEAKWITH
WITH LIGHTED CANDLE CANDLEPittsburg CANDLEPittsburg I
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Pittsburg Oct 1C IGThe The First Pros Presbyterian Prosbterian Prosbyterian ¬
byterian churuli at AJeKees cKees Rocks a awest awest
west end suburb was demolished to today today ¬ I I
day by an explosion of natural gas gasThe gasThe gasThe
The explosion is said to have been the theresult theresult theresult
result of a leak in the basement of the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building which waa w a sought by the thejanitor thejanitor thejanitor
janitor with ith a lighted candle candleDavid candleDavid candleDavid
David Loader the Janitor was bally ballyburned b bzuiiyburned ly lyburned
burned and was wa caught under the thecrumbling thecrumb1inr theerrnnbling
crumbling walls but was not fatally fatallyhurt fatallyhurt tatahlyhurt
hurt
INVESTIGATION ORDERED ORDEREDNow
Now York Oct 16 16Announcement 16Announcementtltat Announcementthat
that the Campania disaster dla ter in which whichttve whichfive whichfive
five steerage passengers pa BengQrs of the Cunard Cunardliner CunardJin CunardhInr
liner Jin r were washed yal p overboard last lastweak lafitweek lastek
weak ek will wI bj bb vlniflsBfialfefl1 lnWISI 1nvdatgatbdbv sarad byr h the theTJnitsd theUnitqdStatcw thenltl
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TRAIN DITCHED DITCHEDSeventeen
Seventeen Persons Injuredigpit Injure Injurcdns4tis Injurcdns4tissoiiri n ilis ilissouri Misso
souri so ri Pacific Pac c in Colorado ColoradoTHREE ColoradoTHREE
4 4THREE
THREE CARS OVERTURNEDVICTIMS OVERTURNED OVERTURNEDVICTIMS I IVICTIMS
VICTIMS TAKEN TO PUEBLO FOR FORTREATMENT FORTREATMENT FORTREATMENT
TREATMENT TREATMENTT7BBLO TREATMENTPUEBLO TREATMENTPUEBLO
T7BBLO Colo ColoOot Cob Oct 16ScyentQ 16Seventeenpersons en enporsons n np
p PUEBLO persons porsons wore were injured one perhaps perhapsfatally perhapsfatan perhapsfatally
fatally fatan by the wrecking of west westbound w westbound t tbound ¬
bound Missouri Pacific passenger train trainNo trainNo trainNo
No 7 at Kitbum sixtynine miles east eastof castof eastof
of Pueblo at 630 oclock this morning morningThe morningThe morningThe
The accident was caused by spreading spreadingrails spreodJngrails spreadjngrails
rails The last three cars of the train trainPullman trainPullman traInPullman
Pullman sleeper a tourist sleeper and anda
a day coach were overturned overturnedThe overturnedThe overturnedThe
The Injured InjuredW InjureYo
W Yo B B Windle Salem Kan back in injured injured injured ¬
jured fracture feared may die dieE dieE dieB
E Britner Los Angeles Cal hips hipscrushed hIpscrushed hipscrushed
crushed internal injuries injuriesM
M I D Allen Armington Colo Cob dqep dqepscalp dqepscalp
scalp gashes gashesMiss gashesiUss gashesMiss
Miss Ruth Connor Roadsport Mo Moface Moface Moface
face badly cut cutMiss cutMls5 cutMiss
Miss Mary Connor sister of above abovenose abovenose
nose and face lacerated bpdy bruised bruisedJ
J C Hickerman Kansas City arm armbroken armbroken armbroken
broken body bod bruised bruisedJ
J C Alderson bruised about body btd
Mrs 115 J J M Wilton San Francisco Franciscochest l Franciscochest ranelscochest
chest and back hurt hurtA hurtA hurtA
A Parnell Indianapolis injuries injuriasabout lujuri lujuriabout injuriesabout
about head headMrs headMts
Mrs 118 A Parnell Indianapolis hurt hurtabout hurtabout
about head and scalp scalpMrs scalpMrs scalpMrs I
Mrs H E Blazer Ontario Cal Ca15er ser serverc se seyore I
yore cuts on head and scalp scalpMrs scalpMrs I
Mrs Maud Wilson cuts on head headMrs HeadMrs
Mrs 118 W V E Heigh Los Angeles Cal C4lcut C Calcut l lcut
cut on head and shoulder injured injuredMrs InjuredMrs injuredMrs
Mrs William llJiam Griffin Helper Utah Utahdeep Utahdeep TJthdeep
deep cut on right temple templeD
D T Athey Denver injuries to hip hipand hitand hipand
and knee cut cutMrs cutllrs cutMrs
Mrs D T Atlicy Denver cut on onnose onnose
nose and face faceEdward faceEdward faceEdward
Edward Reed Pueblo hand cut cutAll cutAll eutAll
All the passengers wore brought to tothis totilts
this city and those whose injuries ar arsevorp are aresecr aresevorp I
sevorp secr were taken to hospitals here for fortreatment fortreatment fortreatment
treatment treatmentCONGRESSMEN treatmentCOr treatmentCONGRESSMEN
CONGRESSMEN COr GRESSMEN SEEING SEEINGTHINGS SEEINGTHINGS SEEINGTHINGSIN
THINGS THINGSIN IN ARIZONA ARIZONAPrescott ARIZONAPrescott ARIZONAPrescott
Prescott Ariz Oct 16 lItThe The congres congressional congresIOllal congressional ¬
sional party today paid a visit to a num number numbar immher ¬
bar of towns in the rich mining sections sectionssurrounding aecUonsaurroundlllS setIonssurrounding
surrounding Prescott and a portion o othe 0the of ofthin
the government forest reserve was in inspected In5pected insiected ¬
spected It developed that every camp campvisited carnjvisited
visited vl lted today tdn r was unanimously opposed opposedto
to joint statehood A telegram telo Jam was re received reeelved recalved ¬
calved by the delegation frqm Kinsman Kinsmansaying IlngmanIUIlns Kingmansaying
saying that the whole town was opposed opposedto
to the measure Adams and Miner of ofAVisconsin ofhsconsln ofWiseonslit
AVisconsin were the only speakers today todayBoth to1I1 to1I11Joth todayiboth
Both reiterated their determination to tofight tolight tolight
light for separate statehood s tebood for Arizona Arizonadeclaring Arizonadecl Arizonadeclaring
declaring decl ring that the Beverldge report was wasincorrect WWiIinorreot wasincorrect
incorrect as to the existing conditions in inArizona InArizona inArizona
Arizona ArizonaSEARCH ArizonaSEARCH ArizonaSEARCH
SEARCH FOR MURDERER MURDERERRichmond MURDERERRichmond MURDERERRichmond
Richmond Va Oct 1G 16Search Search for forthe forthe forthe
the murder of Jacob H Thompson of ofthe ofthe I
the staff of the New York Times was wasbegun wa5begun wasbegun
begun in this city and Manchester to today today today ¬
day Information from police head headquarters heodquarters headquarters ¬
quarters New York received today is isto tsto isto
to the effect that Thompsons slayer slayerhag slaerhas slayerhas
has been partly identified as Moses MosesTaylor Mosesraylor MosesTaylor
Taylor a Manchester negro who went wentto wontto wentto
to New York after deserting his wife wifaA wifereward wifeA
A reward of 1500 is offered for OJ the thecapture thecapture thecapture
capture of the fugitive fugitiveCOUNTERFEIT fugitivee
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COUNTERFEIT IMPROVED IMPROVEDWashington IMPROVEDWnshlnston IMPROVEDWashington
Washington Oct 16Chief WiIie nikie I le ot oftho ottho otthe
tho United States secret service SCfvl E lias an announced announced announced ¬
nounced that the thecoullterteJt counterfeit of the 10 10United 10United 10United
United States note no to first discovered In InJuly InJuly inJuly
July 1903 has been reissued with iUt a amarked nmarked amarked
marked Improvement in the color and andform andform andform
form form of the figures tlgJr s in the treasure tr IlID nyrnr
bor They The more pearly approxiniat approLntttttj approLntttttjgnuina t fip fipgenuine 9
genuine There has been b beenriient Cl1 a aUI lIgKfc > 1trjID hpt5rnS hpt5rnSment iY i
ment nttntln in the th cplprof colpr el Ui the blaclci whfan lJl lJlnot iitd V Vnot k knOtso
not nOtso so dark darkas asthe as the first Iwmor t I
PRINCESS LOUISE WAS EXPENSIVE EXPENSIVEBesides
Besides Eloping With the Austrian Lieutenant Her Husband HusbandHas HusbandHas
1 Has Other Grievances Divorce Suit SuitCommenced
i Commenced at Gotha Gotha1L
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Apuchrof 4 P lDehy y 0 of f SaxeCoburr = andjt1Optha and andl3pth nd
jt1Optha l3pth oPtha OtiGThe fetOO The suit brousht blo ht by byPrince byPrince
Prince piinee Philip of iSaxeCourir and andGotha AbdGotha andGotha
Gotha for an au absolute divorce from hia hiawife Itlllwife hiswife
wife Princess Louise and for an adjust adjustment adjustment adjustment ¬
ment of their joint property interests be began Ien began ¬
gan n here today to ay before b ote the ordinary ordi lU court courtfor courtfor I Ifor
for tho trial of dtvorce cases ca the prince princehaving princehaving I Ihaying
having waived v1 ved his technical right to have havethe havethe havethe
the cats CR case tried by a special court as asprovided asIJrovIdod asprovided
provided under the laws of his family familyBoth faml familyBoUt
Both the principals prlncl = l were absent but butthe butthe butthe
the Austrian officer Lieutenant Kegle KegleYltch KegleYltck
Yltch Mattasich with whom the princess prlncOliSBcloOO princesseloped princesseloped
eloped iran a nresert nresertTnc nr uresentTtic nt ntTh
Tnc Th nrasldent of the court Inquired of ofattorneys otattorueys ofattorneys
attorneys for the prince rinee If they desired desiredto
to make any motion respecting the pub publicity publicity publicitl ¬
licity of tho proceedings They lhe replied repliedthat repliedthat repliedthat
that the prince had 90 o objection to the theproceedings theroceedlngs theproceedings
proceedings > being public The attorneys attorneysfor
for the t e princess also declined to request requestprivacy requestprlvac requestprivacy
privacy
Courts Suggestion SuggestionThe
The president began the proceedings by byproposing bynroposlng byproposing
proposing to the lawyers that the two twoparlies twopartlu twoparties
parties seek to bring about a reconcili reconciliation reconcitiatiop ¬
ation explainingthat this was not meant meantto
to got the th prince or princess to live to together together togethor ¬
gether again but to agree to o an ami amicable ¬ i icablo
cable separation and a satisfactory agree agreement agroolnent agreemeat ¬
meat regarding property prOp rt Tho lawyers lawyersagreed lawy lawyersagreed rs rsagreed
agreed to take the matter under con consideration conilderaUon considerathon ¬
sideration and asked for an intermission intermissionfor
for the purpose purposeThe ImrposeThe iurposThe
The princes lawyer said the prince princeasked princeasked princeasked
asked for an absolute divorce in order
to o secure QCu o a coiaplta sOlftlfltion eaeratioa of the thacouple Utacoup theouji
couple coup
coupAgleement Agreement Reached ReachedDuring ReachedDaring ReachedBering
During the recess th the lawyer lQ tlrti agreed agreed8n
to an arrangement on the following followin ba basis barho hashe ¬
sis sisThe
The prince to tp guarantee the nayinent nayinentI Il
I to the prince of a yearly allowance allowanceI
I of l 100t 00a and al aho o to pay to her alump alumpsum 1IIump8um a lump lumpaiim
sum pf 30000 provided site sh abandon all allof ulof allof
of her h claims against the prince and andthat andthat andthat
that Hfter fter the divorce she sh adopt the name nameand nameand nameand
and title tlt1 of Louine Lou late Princess PrlnC 1f8 of Bel Belgium Belu BelAfter Betglum ¬
glum giumAfter glumAfter u <
After these e terms were laid before the thocourt thecourt thecourt
court a recess was WBstnken taken In order that thatthe thatII thatthe
t the princess might bo telegraphed for her herassent heraaaent herassent
assent to the agreement agreementQuestion agreementQuestion agreementQuestion
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Question Raised RaisedLater RaisedI RaisedLater
Later in the day da the lawyers for the theprincess theprincess theprincess
I princess attacked the competence of tho thocourt thocourt timecourt
court to decide the case at all Tho Thoi
i j court then adjourned to Oct 30 in order orderto
to study the question of its competence competenceto
to get an au answer from Princess Louise Louiseand Louiseand LouIseand
and to settle the applicability of the Au Austrian Aufltrian Austrian ¬
strian law to Prince Philips agreement agreementthat agreementthat agreementthat
that the court avoid raising tho question questionas
as to which party is guilty guiltyThe guiltyThe guiltyThe
The princes bill of complaint besides besidesalleging besidesalleging besidesalleging
alleging the princess misconduct with wIthLieutenamit
Lieutenant Ile temmt Keslevitch Mattasich gays gaysthat 5R saysthat S Stlurt
that nithough the princess received n nvearly nYQtI ayearly
yearly allowance she hud contracted debts debtswhich debLwhich debLswhich
which in 15f15 Sf6 amounted to 714812 of which whichtho whichtho whichthe
tho prince has paid 218000 IS and that in inher Inher inher
her wardrobe were found To sa a pairs of silk silkshoes silkshois silkshoes
shoes 13 pairs of other ahocs 60 C para parasols purasoh parasole ¬
sols and about abutiCI 300 00 hats
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New York Oct 16 16Charles Charles Able who was indicted last Friday Frida on ona ona ona
a charge ohar c of attempted extortion in an alleged attempt last summer to toto totQ totQ
tQ sell a subscription of Americas Smart Set for 500 00 to Edwin M 1 Post Postfailed PostfaJed Postfailed
failed to appear in the court of general se neral sessions today and his ballwas ballwasdeclared bail ballwasdeclared was wasdoClared
declared forfeited forfeitedAhles forfoitedAhles forfeitedAbles
Ahles lawyer told Judge McMahon that he did not know where Ahle Ahlewas Ahlewa Abmlcwas
was The lawyer was given until Wednesday Vedl ato to find Ahle AhleAmericas AhleAmericos AbleAmericas
Americas Smart Set a publication containing sketches of the lives livesof U livesof S Sof
of a few rich Americans Americn 5 was to have havebetn been tho one issue and the sub subscriptions wbacriplions subacriptioae ¬
scriptions were offered at high prices Ahle is I alleged to have offered a uplace aptuce aphuce
place in it to Mr Post a New York broker Mr Post accused Ahle of ofattempting ofattempting ofatteinptilig
attempting to force this tlmi subscription on him by b threat of publishing ar articles article articles ¬
ticles about the broker in a New York society publication Ahle was wasin wasin wasin
in consequence con cjuencc arrested on the brokers complaint complaintBARON comDlnintBARON cornrlulntBARON
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BARON KOMURA ARRIVES AT TOKIO TOKIOBUT TO 10K10BUT KID KIDBUT
BUT MEETS WITH COOL RECEPTION
Toklo Oct 16 430 p m mBaron iuBaronKolnura Baron BaronKotnura I IJom
Kotnura Jom u Ill the foreign minister who whoacted whoacted whoacted
acted as chief plenipotentiary for forJapan forJapon forJapan
Japan arrived here tdday from Van Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver ¬
couver B C October 3 o His recep reception reCCDtlon reception ¬
tion ai a atthe the railroad station was not noten notenthusiastie en enthusiastic enthuslnstic ¬
thusiastic those present being princi principally principall principali ¬
pally pall government dignitaries The Thestreetg
streetg streqt were strongly guarded by tho thotroops thotroop thetroops
troops police and gendarmes The Thebaron
baron drove to tho palace in an Im Imperial hnperini irnpenal ¬
penal carriage carriageThe carrlaseThe carriageThe
The emperor showed exceptional exceptionalhonor exceptionalhonor exceptionalhonor
honor tb t Baron Komura in dispatching dispatchingto
to Yokohama where he landed from fromthe fromlheEmpress fromtheEnlpress
the lheEmpress Empress of India Colonel Inouye Inouyehis Inouyehis Inouyehis
his majestys aide de camp who went wentalongside wentalongside ventalongside
alongside the steamer in a despatch despatchboat despatchboat despatchboat
boat and brought Komura ashore ashoreBaron ashoreBaron ashoreBaron
Baron Komura landed at the imperial imperialLUTHERANS ImperialLUTHERANS imperialLUTHERANS
LUTHERANS SETTLE SETTLEDIVORCE SETTLEDIVORCE I I IDIVORCE
DIVORCE QUESTION QUESTIONMilwaukee QUESTIONIilwaultee i I illlwaultee
Milwaukee Oct 16 16The The general eneral coun council counell coundl ¬
ell of Lutherans meeting here today toda set settled settied settied ¬
tied the marriage and divorce question by bythe bylhe bythe
the adoption of a canon as to the he prac practice JJrtlCUce praeties ¬
ties of thq t1i church in the future as ti fol follows follows foblows ¬
lows lowsThat lowsrfhat lowsThat
That its pastors shall decline to marry marryany marr marratY marryaxy
any person who has a husband or wife wifeliving wlCeJIlng wifeliving
living unless such person shall have been beendiverged beendlvorQ beendisorted
diverged dlvorQ d by b due process of law from sudti sudtihusband stiejihusband
husband or wife for the cause C tU50 of adul adultflry adu1tQry adulttiryQr
tflry ttiryQr Qr Q r wilful desertion deserU On and In that t case casethat1 casetJ easetiltt
that1 tJ iliey UIeP 11 consont to marry only the th in inMoyinjl mpnrt iiifbgzflparty
Moyinjl fbgzflparty party pnrt to such divorce and J1d then thennocMUIul thenpet
nocMUIul pet 1111 Itittli II tho expiration of a year after aftertho utertit
tim tit divorce shall Imvdbeeil htW hisva bcon granted
enclosure While the baron was on eu his hisway I
way 0 to t Toklo by b train Colonel Inouye Inouyeconstantly InouyeOnstantly Inouyeconstantly
constantly < kept at Komuras side and andon andon amidon
on arrival here they thc drove together to tothe tothe tothe
the palace in an imperial carriage sent sentfrom sentfrom
from the household hOU5CholdHtables hOU5CholdHtableslhe stables stablesThe stablesThe
The emperor cordially received Baron BaronKomura BaronKomu1 BaronKornurzt
Komura and during the audience audiencewhich audiencewhhh audiencewhich
which lasted over an hour it is believed believedthe believedthe
the baron made rnad a full verbal report to tothe tothe tothe
the emperor of the course course of the peace peacenegotiations p peacenegotiations ace
negotiations emphasizing President PresidentRoosevelts Pre5idQntRoosevelts PresidentRoosevelts
Roosevelts effort in behalf of peace peaceAt peaceAt peaceAt
At the close of the audience the em emperor omperor emperor ¬
peror honored the baron with a written writtenpersonal writtenpersonal writtenpersonal
personal message highly prized by byJapanese byJapanese byJapanese
Japanese statesmen The message ex expressed expressed cxpressed ¬
pressed satisfaction at the fact that thatpeace thatpoace thatpeace
peace was concluded and commended commendedKomuras commendedKomuras commendedKomuras
Komuras able services as shown dur during durIng durtog ¬
ing the negotiations negotiationsHOLIDAY negotiationsHOLIDAY negotiationsHOLIDAY
HOLIDAY FOR BIGELOW BIGELOWMilwaukee BIGELOWilwauktJe BIGELOWIiiwaukee
Milwaukee Oct 1C 16Judgc Judge Quarreles to today todRY today ¬
day decided that Frank G Blgelow de defaulting defaulting dofaulting ¬
faulting expresident e pre5Jdent of the First Zsationui Zsationuibank aUonulbank atIonalbank
bank of thiscity this city must be brought baclv baclvfrom laclrfrom
from Fort Lcavemvorth penitentiary as asa usa misa I
a witness wltnc s at the trial of Henry G Goll Gollformerly Golifrineriy
formerly fqr n rb assistant cashier of the bank bankBlgelow baiikBigelow
Bigelow is serving a tenyear sentence sentenceTho sentencerhe aentenceThe I
The formal order for his appearance on onNov ouNov onNov
Nov 20 0 h was signed signedDAMAGE signedDAMAGE signedDAMAGE
DAMAGE SUIT FOR 200000 2OOOOONew 200000IOpw 200000New
New York Oct ICThe parents of Sam SamShubert SamSluibert I IShub
Shub Shubert rt the theatrical manager who was wasp WH WHmerB WIlSinertIifl
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t In order to vote at the approaching city eleclicnl eleclicnlsary elecUcsary nei5ai nei5aisary
sary for one to be on the registration registr tion list If you youdo youdo
4 + do it today Should you not know where to regw regwa regtt reglI e
a t I + Herald or Democratic headquarters The Heraldj3 Herald HeraldrBell 5 5Bell
4 + Bell 871 357 and 2998 2998Independent 2998t > a aIndependent
t Independent 357 357t J JSecretary 4 4t
t t Secretary Will G Farrell will be e at Democratici Democraticiall Dcmocrati Dcmocratiall
+ ± all hours of the day and will be prepared to give alltion all alltion alltion
tion i iBell
Bell telephone 3766 3766t S St i iIndependent
t t Independent I Telephone 2390 2390t 2390For II IIFor
t For list of registrars and places of registrationet registrationetA rcgi rcgititration tration set tt ttpage
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CLEAR THE WAY WAYFOR WAYFOR WAYFOR
FOR THE VOTERS VOTERSRegister
Register Today and Be J3 Prepared to toVote toVote toVote
Vote Next NextMontl1 Mouth MouthPLACES MonthPLACES
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PLACES OF OFPOINTERS REGISTRATION REGISTRATIONPOINTERS REGISTRATION REGISTRATIONPOINTERS
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POINTERS FOR NEW VOTERS AND ANDTHOSE ANDTHOSE
THOSE WHO HAVE MOVED MOVEDTODAY MOVEDI MOVEDTODAyIS MOVEDT0DAYIs
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TODAY T0DAYIs Is registration rttatratJondayJn day dayIn Sn Salt Lake LakeClt LakeI
TODAyIS I City Clt It will not be necessary sssry ry for forvoters foryot8lS forvoters
voters to register if they were ere prop properly proprl preperhy ¬
erly rl registered for the general I election electionlast electionlast elertionlast
last fall and If they have not moved movedsince JftOedsince MOvedSince
since then thenAny thenAny thenAny
Any citizen of the United States S te ha haw a aright aright aright
right to vote ia Salt Lake City at the thecoming thfcoming thecoming
coming election providing prodl he has been in inthe Inthe inthe
the state of Utah for one on year in th thcouftty thcounty the thecoufity
county of Salt Lake four months and In
Salt Lake City sixty 81t day dai1It daysIt
It must be remembered that all of Salt
Lake City is now in one precinct p lnct so that thatmoving that1Uoins thattimoving
moving from one part of the city to an another aJiothEr arother ¬
other within sixty slxt days of theelection the election tleetiondOe6 electiondoes
does not deprive the citizen of his vole voleBut Vol voteBut
But if he has moved from the district in inwhich inwhich litwhich
which he was registered at the last else election cltCtlOIl elsetion ¬
tion he must be registered rt anew for the thecoming thfc thecoming
coming c ming election In this case Uie of removal removalthe remoaltlta removalthe
the voter may m go to the registration registrationspent reblItraUonagent gIetrationagent
agent of his old district secure tle4u a cer certificate certitmeate ertWcate ¬
tificate of transfer and on the strength strengthof
of this certificate have his nanjr enrolled enrolledon
on the registration r Hail in the 1h new dis district district dietrict ¬
trict
New Voters Must Register RegisterOf
Of course all new voters who have havecome baecome havecome
come of age since the last general elera eke election elettion eketion ¬
tion and all voters voh rs who have moved mo into intothe intotho intothe
the city since the last general election electionmust tlectionmust electionmust
must register this year eHr or lose their theirvotes tbeirvoles theirvotes
votes It will not be necessary for any anyvoter 811yoter anyvoter
voter to give his age ag It will be suf sufficient wfflcHmt eu eufielent ¬
ficient for him to swear that he will be
21 1 years ears of age on election day cIa or befoh1 befoh1Every berohEver befo e eEvery
Every Ever registration agent In the city cityfiftythree eft eftirtUJree cityfiftytliree
fiftythree In number will be In his office officetoday officetod officetoday
today tod Y from S oclock oclockln in the morning until untilI
0 oclock ocl ek in the evening eVenh Information as asto asto at4to
to registration may be obtained from fromDemocratic fromDenloeratlo fromDenioermutlo
Democratic headquarters Bell phone phonr6Ii phoiicz6G
3766 Independent phone phoneNew iSSW iSSWNew 0 0New
New District This Year Ye Year4i r rA
i
A 4i complete Hat of Cth the i gistrar c1atrlQt of e the theclly tbootb theoily
oily together with the th < places at which whichvoters WhichGttll8 whichvOters
voters may mQ register today too a is given here helftfua herewith j jwiOi
with tfua It will lie noticed that there te Isnow ono ononow 00 00no
now no election ectlon district In the eJty organized organizedshice or orgp4zedsfitee ptz ecf ecfsmce
shice the last general ejection e1 Thl Chl if ifdistrict isdistrict I Idlstrlcl
district 9 9tL It is in the southwestern part partof partof HlrtI
of the city cit The boundaries of thiii wu wudiatrlct new newdistrict ijeadistrict
district are as follows Beginning at th thIntersection the theIntwseclion theIntersection
I Intersection of Fifth West and Stetn StetnSouth SlxthSouth SIttiSouth
South running south on Fifth West est to toTenth toTentb toTenth
Tenth South thence west on Tenth South Sowtnto
to the Jordan Jqr RIt river thence up the river riverto
to Sixth South thence east on Sixth SixthSouth tgtliSouth th thSQuth
South to t the point of Slav starting tins The n MW MWdistrict newdistrict w wdistrict
district is formed of part of the old Thir Thirteenth Thhteenth Tiilrteentht ¬
teenth and Fourteenth districts The Thefollowing Thefollowing Thefollowing
following are the places of registration registrationi regi tration trationi
i for today todayDist tad tadDial todayDist
Dist Name and Address AldresI
I 1 iLinn Lin Ilna a Wilkinson 1371 3jt Tenth East E8stI EastCiiarles
3 Charles E Beers 1078 South Eighth EighthEast EighthEWit EighthEast
East EWitJ Eastai
I 3 ai J R Squires 710 East Seventh South SouthIEmma South4Emma
4 IEmma Emma L Iverson rear 323 East Sev Seventh Sevnth Sewentht ¬
enth nth South Southi SouthiAde1ia
5 i iAde1ia Adella della W Yo Eardley 621 21 South Main Main6SO aln
6 60 O C Brown 27 East Sixth South uth
1 7 M H McAllister IS 1 I5 East Sixth Seuth SeuthS Seuth8FIed
S S 8FIed Fred Barrow 462 45 Eat Fifth Fif Smith South9lar Soath9Mary
9 9lar 9Mary llary L Bernhisel 363 3 South Slxut SlxutEast S1X SixiiEast l lE
East E East10SW st stllW
10 llW W IT Harrison SIC 81 East Fe Fourth FoorthSouth FourthSouth rth rthSouth
South SouthllEnhralm SouthilEpliraim
11 llEnhralm Enhraim J Swaner SIS 1S South Tenth TenthEast TeathEast TenthEast
East East1Dought EasttiDouglas
12 1Dought Douglas E Ferguson 1SS h Vest Sev Seventh Seventh 5evetith ¬
enth South SouthJohn SouthEJohn
15 EJohn John McNeil II eil 1612 11 South First West Westlihiulda V1ItI1ul
14 ItI1ul lihiulda Iluldn a Carlqutet t El G South FowrUl FowrUlWest FcrtJWest irourtjtWest
West West15Nellie
1
15 15NelHe iCollle L Shanne 27 Johnson street street1CB street10B I
1CB F Woodruff 990 Camion C nUotr street sutet17Thom street17Thomas
17 17Thom Thomas s W Green oil 451 West 88t Fifth FifthI FifthSouth I II
I South SouthlSJohn South1SJohtii
I I ISJohn E Cowley 458 South S Second Secondi SOMJK11 SOMJK11V SecondWesi
i West West19Jennie Wesi19Jennie V t t19Jenule
19Jennie A Froiseth 28 S West est Sixth SixthSouth SixthSouth SixthSouth
South South61Jmfly SouthiEmhly
28 61Jmfly Emily Fox 137 13 West Fest Third rrb Ird South Southtl South21M
21 21M M O Corey 16 We West t Second nd South Sowth22C SouthD
22C D Holkee 224 I West I ItlrJ irs rsfc t South Sou1hI South31remiimorz j
I 23 Feramorz Y Fox 2 211 l West east Second SecondSouth SecondI ijecoudSouth
I South Southi South4L j
i 24 JL L C Johnson Juhn on 41 West Third South Southi S Suth5Benjamiti uth
i i 25 5Bpnjomln Benjamin G Quiver WO bh West First llrstI iIrstSouth j j
L South Sooth2Glary South26Mary
I 2Glary ll Howells 62 South SI Sixth th Wr n st st57James t t1JamcH
27 1JamcH James M Campbell 118 West First FirstNorth IiJriltI FirstNorth
I North NorthI NorthSBe1le
I 28 SHelle Belle White hit > 41 North Second AVnst AVnst29Joscph Vt25Joseph t t9Joseph
29Joscph 13 l Mullett ullett X Wall V elI street street3ftMary IIlrttIar street51Mary
3ftMary Iar Katz S3 5 T W West t Third hfrd North XorthJI NorthiIE
31 iIE E J D Round M i West First North North32Elizabeth NorthEH2Sbeth liorthSEhizabethi
32Elizabeth EH2Sbeth E Davies Da vies M North Fifth IjfllWetit
1 Wetit Wetitthctlbeth est li li3Sfilxubeth S SJ5iIznbeth
3Sfilxubeth thctlbeth Ita HlPIlam lam 331 North Sixth Sixthi SI1hrret th thVc
i West Westi Vc rret rretr4Editii t tEdlth
i IMEditn Edlth Y BudU Bud 504 O4 We Vest ewt t tfCOIld nwnd vrt vrt35Fnnnle Nrt35Fsnrte rtl rtlI3
I3 35Fnnnle FII rko L Iliad GW West Fourth FourthNorth liGQrlhNorth FourthNorth
North North3C NorthtGJohn NorthIGJohn
3C tGJohn John C Sandbergr S ltdbetg Superior addition addition37Bello ddttloniBtlc additionS
37Bello 13shc II Grav S SO > Third str street et et3S
S 3S iSIvle Ivlo Ivl R n Burton 39 East North Tem Ternpie Temple ¬
pie pieuira 1ItelftI I
39 uira Mrs In John A 3fayns rayJt 175 1i G street streeti streetflewis streetfeLewis
i flewis Lewis R Wells 1TO G street streettlHcnry streetIlhenry i
41 tlHcnry Henry T Ball as B Fifth lothlttttet lothlttttetItOrson street street42Orsoii
42 ItOrson Orson Allen S S3 Plr FIrst t street streetiVJohn street4John street4Johii
iVJohn A i DeValley 113 Ffrst street 8 8AJlcf sLrot44Alice
44 44Alice Alice HIU HUuert > ert Si South SoutkTweltth Twelfth Eat Bast4iJennie EatJennie ISast4Jennie
Jennie Davidson 2S2 2 South Ninth NinthEast NlntbEast NinthEast
East
47pcter Hansen 267 South Seventh East East4SGrace Ea East41Grace L LISGrace
4SGrace S Cotteil 421 21 Bast First t South South40Iettie I Irleltle
40 rleltle Jettie Browning 435 East 8t Third South South5ftC South50C
5ftC 5 C O Farnsworth Central drug store storeIfli storelot
lot East E st First South SollthJIni SouthilMr
51 JIni Mr Nellie X lJiO Edwards 161 1i South Second SecondEast SecondEast Secondleast
East least52Peter
5 52Peter Peter F F Goss 388 5 South Main street streetOOAnnle street50Annie
96 OOAnnle Annie Parher 7 711 South Eighth West Weststreet Weststreet est eststreot
street streetFERNSTROM streotFERNSTROM streetFERNSTROM
FERNSTROM ON THE TH E TICKET TICKETSelected TICKETSelected TICKETSelected
Selected to Fill Vacancy Caused by byBacks byBacks byBacks
Backs Resignation ResignationF I
F S Pernstrom is the Democratic can candidate candtdate ¬
didate for the council for the twoyear twoyearterm hvoyeart twoyearterm canI
term t rm in the Third ward to t succeed John JohnH JolmH JointH
H Back who withdrew from the ticket ticketa
a few days a ago o The selection of Mr ilrFernstrom MrFernstrom MrFernatrorn J
Fernstrom to fill the vacancy vaca Y was made nuidalust nwdQlust madelust
lust nicht n lht at a meeting meeUn of the ward wardcommittee nardcommittee ard ardcommiltee
committee at the home of D 0 Wllley VlUe VlUeJr
jr The vote roth was unanimous The memo members memobers inemhers ¬
bers of 0 the committee oreseot were D DO DO
O Willey Wme jr J H Haslam Pearl A AHill AHili Amliii
Hill John li Held and George A As AaV Aslice
1 V lice liceMr °
Mr 1 Ferjistrom has been In the city citycouncil eit eitcouncil citycouncii
council for tho iast eight eig t years lie is isacknowledgedto isacknowlcdied isacknowioded
acknowledgedto acknowioded to be the best pouted > man manon
on ° city affairs In the city lty eotjncil He Hewas Hewas HeWas
was a candidate te for renontttfatjon in the thelate thelate Utehate
late Democratic D mocmU ward wardconvuu1tor convention and was wasdefeated WiUIdeCeatoo wetsdefeated
defeated l 11 > v Mr Back BackThere Backfhere BachThere
There was a 1 strong sentiment in favor favorof favorof aor aorot
of reconvening the eoatenitlon 60lTetitl n to fill the thovacancy ttJevacnne thevaaney
vacancy but t tit sentiment was so strong
for Mr Fornstroms selection that HIM HIMcommittee UHfcommittee thecommittee
committee decided that the th convention conventionwoulil cOlwentiU1oulll conventionwould
would oulll be but a mire foepi fOil The original originalconvention mrig4nalcea9phtlon riginalCO
convention CO cea9phtlon bt1on gave the committeefull COntwtL conm1ttce fun ngver ngvertp OQH nqvcrQ r
tp Q Iffi n all vacancies < unji iJjtU un t i11 Vsvleetfon Vsvleetfonof HI clretfon clretfonI Hon
I of Air Fenmrom F > n ltronl was i as i lb I harmony will willthis f
this tlif authority ill1j
WHAT THE THEP THEPGives P PGives
Gives a Political Po
For T TeVheu
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When this purticularJ purticularJMt ipprhti ipprhtiMt
Mt the front door fojj to t 54j 54jthe
th the political pridil06 pridil06In ir habit habitIn
In the house he hi was g gstar 9 9Just a tst tsttefl
star
Just teH tlitm thu i youj youjnothing o fji fjinothing
nothing about us th thqwe < 9 9saj the thesA
saj t with a touch Mf of iii iiivoice
voice But tIle parro paro5 kre kreIm kita cr crIm
Im no MorraqgSj MorraqgSjcan Morm t A ° r rca
can ca BS BSThis
caThis This was all the thi nfiirt nfiirtRaid ire hat Ie Iesaid
Raid it with such empltn empltnvasser th4Cttr th4Cttrvpjer
vasser knew what to < ci J Jbeen bind
been carefully taught l jfil > jfilwas er erwag
was perched in th Tffa Tffacanvasser thn thncanvasser
canvasser called and sq sqfa S Sance dCi dCialice
alice over the womanalslll womanalslllMAJOR womanq rS rSMAJOR
MAJOR YOUNG YOUNGAdded Vl VlAdded I L EAI
4 t tAdded
Added to the List of Splsa SplsaDcmocrattcifRjl SpeaDcmocraticR SpesDcmocratic iifct iifctWhen
DcmocrattcifRjl DcmocrattcifRjlMajor DcmocraticR DcmocraticRMajor R 5 5Major
Major Richard W YoOT YoOTof Yo Yoof i bo on onof
of Ute speakers ai the gre grerally b brally grrally
rally in the Salt Lake then thfaevening thfeenlng thenevening
evening of this week Jy J Jpig lg 3s 3sKing vi It ItKing f fKI
King KI who was on the 1 pfbg pfbgof pto 19 19of a at eee eeeof
of the speakers has been beenYork o N NYork Xc XcYork
York on legal I l business bu lnlS8 nwll nwllsary iDJliift tt 1 e esary meecOP meecOPsary
sary for him to be out oft ofthis ofth eiLy t ttwo for fortwo
two weeks at least MoJQ Maiovtffig 1IW tah tahhis
his place on the program programIn prugrl1nttn prugrammehi prugrammehilit
In II addition to Major 1ar Ttp TtpJudge utnTthIaflst t tj tjspeakers O Ospeakers
speakers now 1ncludes YratiI FrankjI i Sttei StteiJudge h hJud
Judge Jud e O W Powers Flsl F1 F1James Sp < grrimf grrimfJames rri rriJames
James H Moyle and an SaaaJo S SBamberger TjSJiftS TjSJiftSBaraberger I tmon tmonBamberger
Bamberger City Chairniarigp Chairman Xft Xfteau Rr iwu tin tint8U t teau
eau will speak Ch8lrmani briefly IrE iaiittrdcuei Jriti < Sicin SicinFrank i
Frank J rank B Stephens as chaJWsaijt Cha t tmeeting t tm tdefinitely Li Limeetini
meeting m i S SIt
It was definitely decided detidedJ y ythe yest4J t the thethis t tthe
the vocal mu lc would 1f lieutn4ohit4 1 1the C Cthe
the Ladies Utah quartetto3gaiEiC quartett ii jIjhha i1 1 1c 1batton giat giatIzatloii f
ization is made up of four to fourftbe 1 1tOatw lMc c it itJa lihib lihibtlase
tOatw singers of Utah Tlje1 Tlje1William The TheWIlliam Thejfetr ire ireWilliam
William Saunders M Mrs rs Eal EalBest EsiBrbe EsiBrbeBest I
Best t Miss 11 Jones Joneeand and Miss lis St Stin 11SELECT Mmjwev Mmjwevp
p SELECT A STRON STR0Nd1Af STR0Nd1AfWilliam Jj Jjttttt
ttttt tttttWilliam
William R Wallace Up fO foiuWclt foiuWcltin 1f e t tIn
in the Fifth FifthWilliam FifthWilliam i iWilliam
William R 11ffilaet 3tlace ramaee was st as un unelected unamjps unamjpsselected t tilelected
elected last evening even g to fill th then tben Uien
en the Democratic councilman councilmanthe couneihnalllUie
the Fifth ward made by b the it itdf r rOf ll
Of l Robert Morris IorrisMr Mr Wallacft Wallacftvicepresident WaJtAvicepre W alaee alaeevicepresident
vicepresident vicepre ldent of the Intermotml Intermotmling InttlrtnolIng intcrmuiglag
ing company and nd s 84Wret < retary < nr an aner snd snder < H Her
er of the Henry DinwouUey DinwouUeytandiner Dlnwou Dlnwoucompany tq4 tq4company
company He 18 a business m mait maitstanding n ntanding
standing He was consulted cnsult Jai 1 3a i it
by mesibera of the Democra Democracommittee DemOCllitCmmittee pid pidcommittee
committee and announced Ui Uio tha tlano
1 o desire d8li re to moke maIc the jace 1 ace aceIn i o oIn flhi
In the council but that ba TMS w iifie
flee fi fie his personal ftal wishes In fnIan ti3 ti3and in instad
and permit the th use s of his ii lR nasf nasfcrats ii iicrate il ilct
crate ct all l over the city clt will wi H Hso r rao rso
so good a man has as bten fL seo seooDrS SS SSDc > 1
Dr DrS C B BtUdulP Jd we iie of lg t tphYllicians tphysicians
physicians in the stat < up U1term u j jterms t tterms
terms an anti so level lev 1 head hadpr hadpnMJ4 headsUk > < t tmau r
mau as ilr fr Wallace as asmate Jfv Jfvmate J Jmate
mate the Democrats of ft ftc t1tdo Wfdo Wf flfdo
do not need to take off th H ir irDemoerats r 3h 3hDemocrat tij i
Democrat a Republicans or orany orany > i iany
any of tho th wards of th nt t I t tPolitical t tPolitical I IPolitical
I
Political No NoTh N Nofr NofrTbe lf lfThe
Th The Americans will hoi boll bollrty j jerty t torty
erty stake hail in the First FintOt v vGneat t f
Gneat preparations ha > been n In Inthis maz mazthis S5 S5this
this meeting X A J Weir i r A X XHJ CrS CrSII GJUSTt
II HJ J Dininny and d P J Daly wiilgl wiilglurincinal wiihhT42j wiihhT42jprincipal 9 9principal
principal speaker Other meetitg mee rnetingjl if
be held in dlffaront parts of tKgf tKgfwithin tdttv tdttvithin t
within ithin the week Tlv Th fife an4 a i icorps ilthm ilthmcorps Ib Iborps
corps will be a feature o oi all thosJ thosJings th thIngs thqsini thqsiniings c
ings Out Ou t inthe ifll the r residence dlstrio distrietahijiere rnffr rnffrno t tcharacter
is no d danger nKer OfbnfPsl of gonfuging ng the I9l rnoouIm rnoouImwith v tt ttwith
with the SaJvatl SalvatiOn n Army rmy becausf bseaiis QthL QthLcharacter 1tf
character of the th music nujslcRepublican mJfilel mJfilelRepuulcan i iRepublicaa
Republican workers of if the Flral Flrtila11 lirsiwaptheld Wa
held a meeting at headquarters la laevening1 18fT 18fTeveJlng lug lugeveping
evening1 and reported on conditi conditions eoiiditionthat < jns jnsthat I Ithat
that j part > art of the city Toe mealing n1t ting w wwelt f fwell > t twell
well attended attendedHUNGARIAN attendedHUNGARIAN attendedt attendedHUNGARIAN <
t b
HUNGARIAN PREMIER PREMIERCONFERS PREMIERCONFERS PREMIERCONFESWITftKING
CONFERS CONFESWITftKING CONFESWITftKINGVicimna Wim KING KINGVienna KINGJ
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Vienna Oct SrGcneral lli cneral Da BauH iiarjgi iiarjgijervary J JJerar
jervary the Hungarian premier idfora idforapanied Unrr Unrrpunied om omjJOnled
panied by b M 1 Veeroes the presenjsmi pres presen au 11 11Mttet
later Mttet of finance and M Popovlelifsfolr Popovic1 Jr
later iat r of finance desinatt arrtvetflfcor arrtvetflfcortills urrlv arrives H Hthj 1rr 1rrtide
tills atornaen Baron Fojervura lcjerv Sinp JIll mrdiatSIy
dlately dlat y had lUIAl1UtfiU jan an audience lene of f tho k13retr k13retrneror l Sfetr Sfetriwror em emlJeror >
neror and afterwards vfsited foujjiteohiJ foujjiteohiJchowski Cou Coutloliq lJ lJchowskJ
chowski th tha AuatroHingarlan Atistruhl inperfan ltstJ ltstJof S 11 11of ° J Jof
of foreign affairs with whom whomana whom l2j Tt Ttferred r rferred
ferred rega regarding r ding the tutlrc ct
and financial relations of AusRia AUllft ur urHungary 1 1Hungary rHungary
Hungary HungaryIt jptf Jt
It Is reported that Baren Bir4mbas B ron f Sl O Ohas rial ra rahas
has completed the reconairue reconairuecabinet rccoJll reconrricI ruC 01 01cabinet l lcabinet
cabinet and that an anomcia officialment official fl0i fl0intent ua uament
ment may bo expected tomorY tomorYCARTERS tomo of ofCARTIZBS W Wfi
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questioned questl < noo QBgu Maiming > dfng a t bajaEaX bajaEaXOct bahhi2P5
Oct 24 4 ISffltln 1 101W In New Voy Y YoJT7 ii II
tepo lejxmlted lttd vm mat n 2250 ma mato 11 ni1 er erIi i ito
to Ii his personal prso nh account accountto Re S r rtit rtr I Ito J r rto
to my m person 1 e1llOJl > diary diaryottht lid r I jflg icr JtJ t tor tof
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let safety deptY lt vault a aiiltho < f oti oticaine Sf
came from from JJaddy Dadd ltlls s father fatbier4 fatbier4Captain
Captain Carter The gByprnipent gByprnipentneya aernnmentne Qmuent Qmuentneya
neya ne Introduced docuusitaTy doe tary ev evshowing edit cviiishowing 1
showing that the = > antg a e day Contra 00
Gaynor and Gmue GTe < ma drei dr drewipjij n JGG6 fiOO from fromGREW
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throu through JI the divml es ezRhcj1ij rtrllp ilt In Inaceumulatlon S
accumulation of gfJ A elig sligfollowel eigfollowed 1
followed demollsjiunj the tim maebnn maebnncrew macm ma
crew however niajfge PDU 1 u t raiv ramjso i isel i
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cmment gunbort gUitbOiflflsr r bv b w went ut tv t h has t S SassIstanet
as ltttane l1I4 id Jtv mved a1 ii tbe time er < T 11 I Isubmarine
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Chicago 16An attempt to sh shte sl slthat < v vReielirattMffi
that the in tate te ummcTCIJ eummibstuhas Qmmltitio i iotton <
has no jur otton over prite ear earvas Ih Iht1IO
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