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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 January 1904

fcScEsj Wht fifoflf IPsiIfi f?fiPfhtinti 1 KojjjjM' ( V "WEATHER TODAY Fair. jp7Tj- XTjYI- No- .-go- Salt :lake City. Utah, Friday Mokntcstg, jr aintjahy 1, ?fti)4. Five, Cents. H ScA60 MOURNS i THE VICTIMS OF S IROQUOIS FIRE funeral Quiet Prevails in tS Bereaved City. 35 epd I- IS jTTLE BUSINESS ' BONE 3 32 iual New Yoar's Colebratlen J j ' Has Been Omitted. iS finnrlly Streots Aro Filled With 1 Merry-Makers, but Now People " Throng1 About Morgues. ?$5 Chicago, Doc. 31. For the first Umo pec Chicago has possessed bells to ak m, thistles to. shriek .and horns to Ai the old year was allowed silently il BHako Its place In history and the new !0G Rfr.perniltted to come with no eyldencc ?3 Kjoy at its birth. All Chicago mourned tjjjj; Br the 600 persons. who died yesterday r HBrc, panic and suffocation at the Iro wis theater. IjOtfj in fin ofTicial proolamallon Issued this Jtternoor. Mayor Cnrtcr Harrison sug Wtcd that the usual New Year's eve sjebratlon be omitted. The idea found VlM t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 January 1904

J ' I H I ji; 2 The Sait Lake Tbibtjiste: Friday Mokntog, Jabtoay.1', 1904. ' :-', y ' I CONDITION OF THEATER t.'x,. Experts Pass Opinion on j : the Iroquois. .lilt PRECAUTIONS WERE LACKING ! r. Alleged That Asbsstos Curtain i Was Ch 0 ap Affal r. : Appears to Have Been Criminal Lack H); ! j K ifj .of Fire Apparatus and..Emerg- U 'M' ency Equipments. H ' : l j "Chicago, Dec. 31. The best - evl- H lag dence which is at present obtain- H; j M able is that the 'fire was started by ! 'M A sparks from an arc light striking the H; I edge of the drop' curtain, but this has Hl ) &. not been proved. There arc many H1 ! ji ?" statements as to the cause at present j E " and they dlffer so widely that it is I M impossible to ascertain the exact truth 9 of the matter. 3 Although the Iroquois theater was as K safe as any theater In Chicago, it be- ,2 came evident today that .the city bulld- i " Ing department had not strictly en- I te forced one or two Ejections of the build- I h ing ordinanc...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 January 1904

M PIONEER GONE 'VtJiI's. Susan Prry of Logan mn Joins Majority. jplf APOPLEXY WAS THE CAUSE Jgfl Stricken Bawn About Sixteen ciS ' Weeks Ago, at Her H$ma. . '!.$ I Second Stroko Followed on Thursday v Mornincr, and the End Came j Peacefully. itai'M. TRIBUNE BUREAU. ""lif ' m Ecc,c,J Building. tullf Ogden. Jan. 1. I il'l .Mrs. Su--an Parry, wife of ex-Councll-",an JosCDn 1n,'ri' died suddenly yoatcr Sfflk ,,a' at noon apoplexy. The deceased 5$jSpn v. as born In Connecticut !n 1S43, nnd came TTIr; (o I'tuli I" 1& having resided hero cwr rfjiM 4mcv -out s'x week3 ago she suffered IaJK .i i-irako of apoplexy, but had partially T-rHjBf , r tovircd. After breakfast yesterday UffJB ' n orniii? nhe was suddenly stricken, and r i-SIK arortly after expired. ih$m CRIMINAL COURT BUSY. iiiCL ES'115 Gets Four Years Hanley McBs Two Years Geo. Wells Arraigned. In the criminal division of t'no District i,YM.' c v, r a large number of matters wcro dls postJ of by Judge Rolapp. There were 'JtfllK ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 January 1904

The Baut liAKS Tribtoos'. Friday Mok?tcg, jantjary i, 1904 1 Issued Every Morning by j y Saltlako Trlbuno Publishing Company. , ) . PERRY S. HEATH, f Publlslicr and General Manager. ' , Entorud at the Postofllco of Salt Lako ,' City as second-class matter. , i . jjfl TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. II f Dally and Stindav Tribune one week.? if; Dally and Sunday, one month l.w ffl Dally and Sunday, two montha 2,00 ,fh Dally and Sunday, three months....' 3.00 i-n Dallv and Sunday, one year..., 12.00 M Sunday Tribune, one year..., 2,00, J Sundav Tribune, six months... 1.00 , J Seml-Weoklv Tribune, ono year 1.50 5 All remittances and business loiters 'It f should be addressed to ; ! .' TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. 1 1 ; Salt "Lake City. Utah, i ' ;' 1. C. Beckwlth. Special Atroncy. Solo ! Eastern Advertising Apent, Eastern of- ,i flee. 43-44..).;-47-S9 Tribune Bulldlmr. Now "i Vork. Western office. 510-612 Trlbuno. Bulldlnjr. Chlcapo. I jj ' Wnsh'ing-ton Bureau 1417 G Street. j Tribune Telepbono N...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 January 1904

The Salt Lake Tribthsdej: reday Mobgntestg. X actuary i, 1904. 5 H 5IV0R MRS. SNGERSOLL ''Kjsion for Legal Services p rEN8ERED by great infidel Lien tt Racovsr $140,000 for I Settling Estate. S' I fAction Brought by Wifo of Hobsrt Ingersoll, Who Settled Mil herg jf lionaire Davis Estate. &5Vj i well a 'i rv3 Boston, Dec. 3L The United,' States circuit court has made a decision In fn- vor 0f Eva A. Insersoli, administratrix fJ of the estate of Robert G. Ingersoll, In Jan action against Joseph A. Coram andl ikJ fiolhere. to the effect that the plaintiff . ! bas a good Hen on the property of the .'. ' ! ?(JcfenJants on account of legal services ' rrendcrel,by Mr. Ingersoll. The case In Evolves about $1-10,000 allegd to bo. due the estate for services given by Mr. Inger- !Mn as attorney In settling the estate of 'h,the late-millionaire, Andrew J. Davis of , i J3utte. Mont Tlif. court finds that the lien rests upon : I W agreement between the defendants, VW vho Inherited a part of th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 January 1904

r. 15s jl V 6 . rms bait Xla&e TRiBimi Fbiday Mokotdstg, Jauaky l, 1904. , m. I! 1 I , , "! fyn.I N SPgOSPECIiUTGREAfESTl I ! READY FOR THE FIRES I I '-7! Yampa Smelter Now Cocked I ,' and Primed. I j COKE REACHES THE BINS ' ' Blast Furnac t Care for 250 j j Tens Dally. ij Will Go Into Active Commission on j I .Sunday Morning-, With Steady J 1 Stream of Ore. I I r. I ,"! With the coke upon which the man agement of the Yampa smelter in Blng I ham canyon has been waiting for days , finally at the bins, the announcement i ' was inside at the general offices during 1 the day that the main blast furnace . ' will be positively blown in on Sunday morning at P o'clock. To this end the ore bins have been filled by Superlh- tcndent Craig of the company's sys- ( tern of Yampa mines, and Supcrlntend j ' ent Sturtevant expects to experience no i difficulty In working IiIm charge up to i the maximum' in a short time. While j i. ' ! the blast furnace is relied on to treat j i i J 250 tons dail...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 January 1904

iEj The SaitXzAKE trtbugne: Friday morning-, Jaotary l, 3904. j' VCftgyE STOCK Y-OF the WORLD 1 STOCKS J ''KIndInyieldig kit' " " Jfily Effort Yesterday Was to Hold Prices. f. BUYING OF IMPORTANCE L: k I; rjfmnsss of Market Duo to the & 'Atistncc if Pressure. I' 4 ft. 3j Jalgomated Copper Shows Up Strong and Largo Foreign Pur uj chases Aro Reported. 5fevr York, Dec. 31. Nothing more wns Ifcppted In today's slock market than tl iiold prices. This attempt was oml ifctly successful, tho market presenting 8 IT'hard and unyielding nurfacc. No prist power o resistance was required, '-5 fiTfact, for the prcssuro upon the mar- j(t was the lightest. L'-'j f Tho running up of tho money rate late EaTtho day to 9 per cent, tho highest of iSsl! life movement, was not unexpected, and aJ usu of Kltlo luflucnco on stocks. The 'ara 'e was mucn ,css tnnn ofton happens itl itT.thls period of the year, and specu 'JiUvo commitments are apparently not L? over extended and not In weak hands, m k 5w- t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 January 1904

.Tb;e SAXT Lake Tiosijkb: Friday MgRansre-, Jaistuary 1, 1904. -yUt 10mm tTteagh them how H ' Tslluride Power Company's H Important IViove. I lj WILL OPEN A SCH80L !j Practical Instruction In EIqc- i trical Engineering. . beautiful' School to Bo Opened at tho Slouth of Provo Canyon in Con ucclion With. Power Plant. 'Something unique and original Is tho project of tho Tcllurldo Power Transmls lon company to establish a school of practical Instruction In connection with a i sreat industrial 'concern a ' placo whoro young: men may finish their education with tho yurroundlngs and cxperlonco which lit i them for responsible positions In a most , Important profession. H' I 'J RIGHT ON THE GROUND. Tn connection with its power plant at H the mouth of Provo canyon tho Tclluridc 1 company is erecting a building: which it culls the quarters building:, which is real ly to be an elegant clubhouse for tho ac commodation of its student employees. It ( will have a capacity for Rbout thirty men, inc...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 January 1904

1 J THE SAXiT ItAJKIE TiOBXIEsE: tfliXDAr MOHOTNG, jAtfttAttr 11904. 9 " SB , IWfMH X liii 'lliPJHIIPH JIIWWMiMWill 1 IPWPMtiliMWPmHM ll iltWWPIipilllBilWaPllWWiiillIWIWHIIIilPIIIIWHIiiiliiill HftlliiiailHIIWIiiUHIPI I II II iWIWHWIMttWWI itU I IHIIiHI 1WW II II Wl I Hi IWlliiiiHiWiliHlHilllliIMiHllllliMMPlllH MiWl miTlTTHTTfffTI f'H elyl ' 'a happy new year to all I i '1 ACCOMPANIED BY THE WELCOME ANNOUNCEMENT OP OUR 'H : THE FIRST GREAT BARGAIN FETE OF 1904 BEGINS TOMORROW, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2ND, PROMPTLY AT 8:00 A. M. I I I' 1 ffftfwfc Cnt1 Proclaim it from the housetops and the hillsides that all may know what has PftCffivpIv I i UUUU2 JU1U transpired. No heed for us to tell the people the character of this semi-annual IU3U1YC1J I m Cffjpflv fnf clearance, .that we close out our entire stock at the end of each season without giving No Approvals. I I ' Jiilwlij IU1 a second thought to cost or loss, but it is quite in order that we should inform our ggjjjpjoc I I ' I C cU (TWilir ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 January 1904

10 The Salt Lake TStimzNE: Friday Morning, Jajstjaey 1. 1904. I H, I AN IRREGULAR YEAR Trade Has Adjusted Itself 1 ji I to Conditions. j I -TWELVE MGNTH PROSPERITY High Prices of Material In ,y creased Railroad Rates. H i ' ' H Labor's Determination to Get All Hj That Traffic Would Bear Check H . to Consumption. H New York. Dec. 30. In Its rinual rc H view or tho business year of 1903 Brad- Hl street's will say: H' Nintecn hundred and three was a year oC Hj irregularity in speculation, distributive Hi trade and industry, in some cases of ae- H vere strains variously applied and lndlf- H fcrently withstood. As th-j residuary H' legatee of at least fho years of great H prosperity It had to bear tho cumulative H ( ( effects of previous years' mistakes and H at the same tlmo to carry burdens having H . their inception in the year itself. Yet the H ' tests wero will withstood, and while cjc- H' cesses occurred, the course of events so jH Xar lias proved that tho general trade H foundatio...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 January 1904

pjl. - - -The Salt Lajee Tpjotiste: Friday MoicvIjStg. Jatcjaey i, iw. - - ; 11 JpOMISING NEW YEAR 4 (fliclfl of Prosperity Is Confi dntly Expected. HOLIf AY TRADE BEAT REC0RD Reports From Industrial Cen tors Mist Encouraging. """"ii r0ucers' ers anc Others in the fcM'j Held of Business Activity Fa ' B5' vorahly Impressed. 1 JCe;v Tork' DC- 31. Special teic tr r! craros from correspondents of the In- tcrnatlonal Mercantile agency regarding jftf'i w Ahc state of trade throughout the United If States and Canada are summarized -as 0,,. I follows: f: The usunl seasonable check to activity l-J-ie noted In most lines. Stock-taking and ' I. making needed repairs are quite gen- " wt pj. Holiday trade, except at a feu jrolnvf, exceeded all records. Cold ' iwk weather has stimulated demand for dry Bjoods, clothing and -coal. Pig iron has NQ' ml advanced, but petroleum is off. Speeu- Wl Jatlon in cotton has put prices to a point which reacts unfavorably on the manu al'' facturlng Industry. Imp...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 January 1904

H ; 12 . The Sam? liAKE Tkibtote: Fmday Mokn-jcn-g, Janxtaky 1, 1904 II I s CITY ANB NEIGHBORHOOD, , I 1 E. P. Jennings whs tho only witness on J i 1ho stand yesterday In tho suit of the Jx- r cel3lor iron Mining- company against I ' Jones and othort?. which Js now In progress ' ; In Judge Marshall's court. ') Tho "Woman's Republican clul) will moot i. 9f Monday, January 1th. with tho president. : M Mrs. W. II. Jonen, 231 South Third East, 3 All ladles Interested In the work of the t! ff Republican party sire earnestly requested 'fl.t lo attend, ril . t Regular services will be held this even- i Jng at R o'clock at the Jewish synagogue: . ij Tho subject of the sermon to ho delivered 3 hv Rabbi Rcvnolds Is "Reflections on the. 1 , ' Xow Season." The public la cordially ln- , 1 i vitcd to attend this service, i '. t Yesterday's local hank clearings ' t amounted to SG0.sSO3.12. The corresponding dav oC tho week a year ago was the New Year's holldav. The total of the month s i clearings...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 January 1904

0 WEATHER TODAY Probably fair. (B jmu No. 261. Salt Take City, Utah, Saturday MoBrosTG, January 2. 1904. Five Cents, 11 jjj iwwiii in i i'iuiiiiUiiiKaamakifeiBM wmiiiw ip tiiiiiiiiiii wHMMraiii iHUrtiiiwiiii mmsE?amsmmmmsBBSBmiaiBsam. l ount of Actual Corpses Taken From the J Hf A jH 'Cfc! HIRIIB fl Lists of MisslnS Vary Great1 0ne Authority II oquois Theater in Chicago Make 582 Dead. Eg 1 1F l Rl Pulting Total at 312 ; lnjured Number ,04' S t jMMg'mv Miiaataaiiia ii ii miiimipff 1 1 i ,i n ' n phi iiiimiwiph n liini mi inn ippiibui' I I H jUOIS HOBBOR 5rJ I LEADS TO I VARIOUS ARRESTS iJ ci Employees ' Ameng lj jjhese Locked Up. ERS UNDER ARREST ol ivals ef the Bodies From fthe Morgues Bogin. :".'Dend and Injured Removed OojTt in Hospitals "Without Ropovt- Ing Quiet Day in Chicago. A to --J. cago, Jan. 1. Pitiless investlga- 61. the Iroquois theater Arc today tie & attention with the burial of the j The removal of bodies from the Jj s morgue to private undertaking ibt Ushments d...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 January 1904

BjTf 2 Thf RaXjT Lake Tribute; Saturday MoKNm Jajotabt 2, 1904. -rfc" I " . CLOSE THf FIRE TRAPS H , Nineteen Theaters in Chi- . ' cago Ara Dark. H ifi - .MAYOR HARRISON'S ORDER ! n; inspGdars Find Many Glaring I , ""'Defects Imperil Life. Theaters Had No Asbestos Curtains, and Some Were Usinc Painted ' j Curtains of Burlap. Hl , Chicago. Jan. 1. Mayor Ca'rler Ilnrrl- j son today took steps to provide as. far as possibte against a repetition Qf Wedncs ..day' horror at the Iroquois theater. As i a result 0 an Investigation made at his Hj1 , i or.ders anu laqitngbnt a few hours, ulnc- fl i ten theaters and museums were ordered closed, come or them Ijclng anions' the Hj i hading and 'moil popular playhouses of Hlj the city. The action voX the Mayor was B; 1 based on one single violation of the or- ' i finances which arc intended to protect H, j the palioils ofn'heAlcrs!. from just such an ; J occurrence. 3s that which cosl so many 1 ; ( ( live?" on "Wednesday. This was that ev- ' j rry...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 January 1904

JcilALlEY HAPPY mf "ear Has Been Pres- r PR9DUCT HEAVY ONE Pjhj ipu! ef Legan Sugar Factory "H Tan Million Pounds. $2 Loycs of the Plant Hold Theii knnu.-! Boll Last Night at the iridic Opcra-House, Logan. nnnJ tribune special. 1 b .1 . 1 T! r USI ml. .1 1. U '"IH n " ' ' : " '" l'r"'i" 1 1,1 ,h' pry : ' 1 1 " ' ' '. VV ' . ,! ,-. i : . .-nt ' i i- .1 and I'n !.'.-.-f , I .1 ' . In. a ir.p nd Is nos 1. in- I 4 7 i u, i . i 1 k w k M, 5'. . ' - ' 'HI jjjf he ''- I !-i ill--.' 'MJln PI'1' " 'I'll. I'' In I r:t.i..i-. ""' i , , . :i I. . I. . i w "i" .... .. t. rmlnn- t 0- , i . i.i -,i ;; . lea mado r i i i 1 1 1 i i . !: " ... i - - i.. . ... I.. . ts , , i . !i - i. i t. ,,1 , i -. ,1 " , i - The B- 1 1 . l his ) ir will 'flUlK id i.l.-' i'- IKUIGATION '.AW . ,Sl, I ' V. ill d,-. tK LF Hi- l ii nv rs I ... it. f Hi mt v -.1 tli-- u . - on Thursday, 0:i ij S..-,ri.i: 1 1 : u i 1 1 rmN 1 'M I'ANY. n , . on of thi Provl- I I ii impany have ,n :,. County Clerk The 2" n-i . v ' ' '" 1 K ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 January 1904

H ,: he ipaili! ribtmc. Issued Every Morning by Sail Lake Tribtino Publishing Company. 1- Sii PERRY S. HEATH, ;: jl, 'Publisher rind General Manager, f Entered ut the JPoatofflcp of Salt Lake j ; fi; City as second-class matter. . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. , jt , Bally and Sunday Tribune." nno week. 5 .25 1 1 f . vni!y nnf Sunday, ono montli J-W .11 Daily and Sunday, two. months 2.00 I $ ' Pallv and Sunday, three months 3-00 H .1 !Dallv and Sunday, ono year 12.00 ,'j ;': Sunday Tribune, one year B S ; dundav Tribune, six months i.OJJ Seml-Weoklv Tribune, one year 1.60 l : f': . All remittances and business letters H ' )'. nlioukl bo addressed to ' .j . TRIUUNE PUI5USU1NG POMPANY. ' Salt lake CItv. Utah. ' S. C. Beckwlfh. Special Aeoncv. Solo ' Eastern AdverUsInnr .Accnt. Eastern of- 1 !, flee. 43-M-4S--I7-18-4D Tribune TJulUllnc. New M, .'tv- York. Wetrn office. 610-512 Tribune i; j Building. Chlcngo. 1 J- i, Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. -j l Tribune Telephono Numbers. i j P)iIn"c"...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 January 1904

jj'BMANCE OF THESOUTK &n wA ,s White. W H'JlRETURN HUSBAND'S ESTATE jjMpjIoud Which Ovorshadowod fffc' Southern Ufa Removed. , TpOne of the Incidents Growing Out of 'IfWll''' Unfortunate Condition of JSjll Old Slavery Days. :Mm lt '"1 Memphis, Tenn., Jan.. 1. A jury fthas decided that Eliza J. Massey was biajlhe doughter of Dr. B. J. Williams and ' jESarah Holeby, that not' a 'drop of negro ""77Jf blood flows In her veins . and therefore Rahe was lawfully wedded to E. "W. Mas- l 's t,lUS lhat a wonl!in's-,r,Bhts have 3 'Wiihccn established after a series of ro raRmances and misadventures that consti reJiy jsBrtute material enough for a novel. Ic;etK- The Inception of the slo'ry dates back -fcten years before Abraham Lincoln (Tipslgned the decree malting African equal M fftfil0 Caucasian blood In the eyes of the J) ('JfjS;dcral Judges. Dr. Williams was an ' old-time planter. Near his plantation lived Sarah Holeby, the pretty daugh ter of a poor white man. One day the home of the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 January 1904

fJ H : ! lTM AJjr TRIBUXEi SATITRIAlr MOPXG, JA2W&RY 2, 1904, N ErS 1 PROSPECTS J UfAHS GREATEST ! ';-miNlNG JPROSPECTORSfc?!NDUSTRYvJ I f 5 ' . ! THE GBOP OF COPPER I ' j December's Output Makes a I Jj: New Record. HIGHLAND BOY PROMOTIONS I Luscious Spread of Black 01a- . j moncls In Town. I J Century Reports With Its Largest j , Bar of Gold Activity in Pearl .' j District, Idaho Notes. I f j , December among- the copper pro- r ; 'j ducers closed, on an output aggregating S.Slo.GSO pounds of bullion, In which ' was contained the usual percentages oC ; j gold and sliver, the presence of which t I I latter adds more to the value of the iji product than to the volume. The Utah I ' ' Con., or Highland 13oy. not .only maln- ; i talned its position at the top of a cnte- ! ' j gory which was created by It, but j jij strengthened its oobitlon n there, and iivl with an output which approximated , 1.-100,000 pounds made a new record for j ( J itself without reference to the record J i fo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 January 1904

sl THE SAIiTlxAEjS TRIBUNE; SATURDAY MOTCSTCSTG, J A2TXJ ATXY 2, 904. f j ti8E0YSN 0HIO! ' 'vWv shot w'lile Res5st"1 4' 9UNDED THE MARSHAL II iwyr Tr'ed t0 EscaPe bllt 8 flVas Pursued and Killed. 13 I Fired Through tho Door tind Shot j $' Marshal, but Wns Pursued 5i I and Shot Dead. H I M imlUon. O . Jan. l.-Wllllam M. More- marshal, was today shot by Bun ! a Polish lawyer. Bunzskl was af-Jt-i sard shot an'l killed by George Sulll ; Morcton went to tho lawyer's house ' i srrcst lilni. when Bunzskl shot through f indoor, wounding Mr. Morcton fatally. (then tried to escape. Morcton handed 'itBrcvolver to Sullivan, who pursued the B'lftycr and, overtaking him, shot him life' tjtm I WANT MONEY BACK, vtern Capitalists Suing in Califor- Ifjfcsa to Recover Honey Sunk in fj Mining Enterprise, wi ir :o ; tt'i an Franc No.'. Jan. 1. Robert J. An 8ffl! fson, representing Eastern people, mig them Frnnk S. Lewis of the Rcnd xM ''railroad md V. P. and ID. V. Doug 4VJ ' of tho T. ik" Superior Cons...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 January 1904

s The Salt Lakje Tkibctstjk: saukdat MORmTa, Jajsttary 2, 1904. ' I ' died" alone in jail H H . T. Russell Griffith Takes Mis Own Life. I i ! CHOKED HIMSELF TO DEATH H End Camo When tha Old Yoar Was Dying. Noise of "Whistles and Bell3 Prevented the Jnilers From Being Notified by Other Prisoners. 1 . f One of the most determined suicides in ilio sulcld.il nnnnls of this city wns that of T. Russell Griffith, the artist, who. to H' escape from Imaginary focfi ..which the fl, demon drink caused his diseased brain to , ion Jure up, took his own lifo In a cell In the city jail at an early hour yesterday H morning by stuffing cotton in his nostrils Hj1 ;ind a handkerchief In his mouth and V waiting for strangulation to ensue. Fel-, . iow prisoners of Griffith, confined In nd- ill .'.lining cells, heard his death struggles I 1 1 und attempted to attract the attention of H.f ,P t'e Jail officials, but there was no night B' Jj jailer on duty and the noise of clanging . j T.MIh and rattling mu...

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