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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 January 1904

THE 8AX.T JLAKB TBJBUNE: THURSDAY lOJsUsG JaXUAHY 7, .1904:. 5 iJWER TOR, J. DECKER , IViercur Charges Engi eer With Negligence. IMS VERY BAB WORK iho Company Thousands ' of Bollars. for $10,000 Damages, and 95.81 Clnimcd to Have Been Overpaid. , . defendant in the suit 'brought idolph J. Decker vs. the Consoll Mcrcur Gold . Mines company day filed an answer In the DIs court. In -which thc"plalntlff s ;d with negligence-in the con lon of a certain plant for the de sult was brought by "Decker to ! Judgment for "$6,505.02 for al breach of contract on the part i defendant and for services in ipaclty of a mining engineer and urglst. The plant In tiuestion Is the Moore slimes process and was at the defendant's mines at Mer defendnnt alleges In the answer icgligence of the plaintiff In ln g the plant' caused damages In im of HO.OOO, the defendant hnv JWg to reconstruct the entire plant. The flntlft Is charged with Installing Ini- bper pumps. with constructing IJ paralors of material of In...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 January 1904

-Ml 1:- HJ o The Salt Lake Teibtoo!: tkiirsdat MoKcreys, jasttajot 7. T904. : 1 If 5,yvvTN ANotlRQSPECTSlffREATESlI If! STEADY FLOW OF GOLD I Bamberger Mill Turning Out I 1 Big Vslume. INCREASING POWER PLANT I Singular disparity Batwaen Assays and Priduct, Battery of Zinc Boxes td Be Doubled Without Delay Report on Com pany's Daily Earnings, i ' r ! The weekly report from Bamberger's i De La: liar mines just over the line In j Nevada tells o an output a.t present o about $1700 a day, this derived from an 1 aerage of 250 tons, while as rapidly as possible, said President Simon Bam berger yesterday, the stately plant will be screwed up to the maximum- A condition a3 perplexing to the present j management as was It to that which served' under the De La Mar ownership J la the disparity between the assays on 1 the rock and result's derived from the 1 1 mill, the bullion, said President Bam , i berger, Invariably exceeding the j amount Indicated by the heading1. It uas so when the propert...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 January 1904

; THE SAIT LAKE TRIBIINE: Tecubsdat MOKSiyGr, JaJsUAHY 7, 1904. 7 I !KS TAKE A TUMBLE t Fall in Prices in Wall Street SCARE THE CAUSE pert ef U. S. Steel Alse Aieed Slump. iailroads Conspicuously Lack i Any Benefit From In crease in Exports, rk, Jnn. C There was a rather I In prices of stocks today under Influence of a recrudcsccnco of jare and tlie poor quarterly re a earnings of the United States jratlon The war scare was tho r Influence latu In the day, not i stock hut In nil the speculative Tho grain markets jumped and i market broke In flccordanco smmonly accepted viow that an war between Russia and aid awaken nn active demand lo be exported from our Pacific j, whllo the interruption of tho jtton trade would affect that Whatever Inconsistencies thero this view, they were not of dls lachce upon the speculative ac rofesslonal traders who held It. flc railroads were, also completi ng In any benefit from tho cx ense. In the Pacific export trndo and were. In fact, anions tho oekH In...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 January 1904

Mr m Ml 8 THE BAIT ijAEE TlUBICNE:DTinjRSDAX MOICSTGSTGs .JASUAKX T, J 90.4. if, jlMMIE WADE AGAIN H Chosen Captain of the U. of U. FoQtball Team, jj ALL PRECEDENTS BROKEN Wade Is Papular and a Hard jjj Werker. ill His Experience nnd Ability Expected jlf to Land the Team on a j I Higher Plane. Contrary to all precedent, not only at JJ ;hp local University but for the unlversl jj H05 tltrotiB'rtbut tho coinry. ' JSmrolo m WndeVos' elected captain of '.tho'.Unlvcr jj .vy team to succeed himself. As captain pi of: last year's team, 'Vi'adc presided 'atf tho fl , meeting . and, In making. vh2s penins, j ) -pcccln .said that he liDdiJicard' so"n)otullC; M of rc-elcctlnp him to tho captaincy but ha Sjj i nought U betlor to follow precedents and" H rot consider him a candidate. Pllt was of j 'lie. name opinion and proceeded to nom H Inate Moor) contrary to the' lntter'8 de ll "Mr Peterson "thought it 'was all right to follow precedents where it was advan j Ulgeous, but being convinced that...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 January 1904

. . I'M! &JOT IxAmB THtBTOffl!! TSDHSDAT MOItyiy G, J atUAjyfr" 7, 1904." 9 WOOMMMON SENSE Miiool Children March Out jf WARM THRBUGH THE SMOKE 5j Firio Exhifaitien of Nerve and j ! Obedience. I Principal and Teachers Dispbiy Per- "51 of Threatened Disaster. J , ii '4 I By the presence of mind of the prln jf cipal '",nd teachers a panic nnd Its con iifi sequent horrors was .averted when fire S'fls discovered In the Union fchool i building, at Third "West nnd First North streets, yesterday morning. Seven 'J, Ihundrcd and fifty children marched .Uij Sown the corridors nnd stairways and Sat of the structure as orderly as If on ' iin exhibition drll. , ,j jf'Thrcc minutes before 10 o'clock fire ! was discovered In the basement of the building. Dense Vclouds of smoke were J seen lsu.Iii fim the place and on hi- XcBtlfj-itlon It was found that the flames ATa'i &ad Rained good headway. It was dls lftJ covered by William J. Phillips, the JjlT ijanltor. avIio Immediately notified Prln...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 January 1904

aaaaV Br ' 'I 10 'AHE SALT HAKE TRTBtTSTE. THOT5SBAT MOKfTGSTG, rjANTJAHY 7, 1904. M li STUDENT BODY DIVIDED I j! Radical Move at the Univer- sity of Utah. j PREPS ARE SENT ABRIFT ji ' aaW !;' Charged With Bringing DIs- Hj credit on the Schos!. f Students of the U. cf IT. Proper Deter- ! mine to 33o IKovo Exclusivt in H the Future. IL; 1-rc college students nd 'the prfvaia- H tory students of tho University mot for H I- a fasttlmoycstorday. mornlnsr.jSn a. con- li Joint stii'dent body meeting,-at' "which the H jr iU-oparatory students were Informed by Hm! Acting: Chairman George Plsr thnl the Hx' college students; lino" decided to withdraw H' from Uio gcnoral sludcntbouy orjp.nlza- j H j tlon. The officers of the old student body, , HI it who v;oro elected leas than two months H i ago In one of tho ::!C8t spirited nieeilngH Hj fver held at the hill school. thcn'oTulelly Hf; handtdJn Ihclr resignations and were H r honorably released. The chairman re- Hj )i cmcstsd that tho collcso s...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 January 1904

TEE SAIT XAKJS TrTBTOlE: THURSDAT MoSsiNGt"jiOTijRT"7, 1904?fc 11" fl IK" . : . : i IREAT HEALTH RESORT lendid Showing Made for Zion in 1903. kRGE INCREASE IN BIRTHS IC8 Suicide Thetry Has No Horna in Salt Lake, ijuros Submitted by Clerk- Horace H. Smith of tho City Board of Health. !lerk Horace H. Smith of the City ixd o Ilealth Is busy preparing his uinl report for the past year. The ort ivlll show that there was a largo reasc in deaths and a large Increase births over the previous year. For year 1003 the death roll was 745, ilnst for 1002, and the blrth3 for J were 1575. against 1271 for 1902. rch and April were the banner birth ntha for 1003. tying with 161 births h; January was the poorest month, h an even 100 births, he total number of contagious and i" Infectious diseases reported during the year was 1297. and of these only til ,75 proved fatal. Tho largest number 3Jl of cases were reported In January, with 5? 187 cns of all kinds; 7 of the cases re x. ported died. March was ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 January 1904

H; 12 The Sam? Lakh: tkibtosge: thxhrsbax mokotg, Ja-tjataY 71904. m mmmhil ."" - ' - m HI CITY AN! NEIGHBORHOOD, MmM Judge C. B. Dlchl has returned from Og WmM nit den where lift has boon trying a case bo Vjlf ioro Judge nolap In tho District court. 'b Mrs Thomas J. Klolnoglo ot -148 Fourth H t Ivnst" Hlreet hn a broken wriHcd by 1 h fall on a slippery sidewalk luetday f Mavor Morris yesterday approved the H ' aIVpointn1c.nt.s made by th?h?Hncc'u,ns: I which wr.ro confirmed by the City toun- H' , oil last Monday. Hw Wenlcv Austin, chlc clerk at the Knutsfdrd. has prone East on a vacation. MmM i lie expects to go as far as Syracuse and New York During his absence Harry fl , Burton Is In charge, j Howard Garrett, Frederick H. Ijsh; mmM Leo H. Redncr and Brown Ewlng passed tho examinations admitting thorn in prac I lice medicine In Utah, and received their I certificates yesterday. MmM ! Attorney J. M. Hamilton, who has been Mm,: making an extensive trip through t ie ! western part of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 January 1904

M WEATHER- TODAY Fnir. 1 r HfVoL. XT-iVI. No. 267. Sam1 Lake City, Utah, Friday Moexestg, Jantjabt 8. 1904-12 Pages, Five Cents. 3 HLL POWERS LANDING TR00PS IN K0RER. London, .Inn. S. Tho Daily .Mail's Tokio tioiTcsnondeul learns thai Kussisi has made new demands which il will be impossible for Japan to entertain. The correspondent says that all 'the' powers are landing troops in Korea 'M 'Jmwiid that the llritlsh bine jackets landed at Chemulpo are expected lo go to Seoul immediately. Constant telegrams are passing between M. Pavloff, the Russian Minister (o Korea, Baron De Hobcu, the Russian Minister to Japan, jijhfcid Viceroy AlexielT. t ' VHHHm- 4 Hi-H-HfH M M M -H-H- HIIHIHI tMHHHIIMIUHMMHt f MMIIIIItHHHIIHltHMIHIIMmtHIHIM H--H M IIHHHHIIIHII H jH Mit Confident That in Jack Shockley pThey Have the Murderer of Glea M son and Brighton. !mate of the Sus Betrays Him for Reward -ShocKIey to Tell a Straight r-Condactor Brigh Dies of Wound. :ctiullons taken by the chief were all that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 January 1904

- - , 2 " "" foCE SA1T XKE TBIBUIE? FRIDAY MblOTPTG, jAinJAIlY 8t 1904:, ' " - I!, The SifffeHog aiid PaiEnd by Hany Work- B ' ? V VVy' 1Str-eSS" t0 SCC & !man struSSnS to earn ali velihood, or perfomi her M - ! ll hardly drag about, and every movement causes pain,' the origin of which is quickly' .'; S ; f"$ I'i ..." jP When the monthly periods are painful or irregular, when backaches and headaches . Jff M I' JF iPPS drive out ali ambition, when " I-canhardlydragabout sensation attacks you, when JwM ,f IctS 1 ou are 'SOoneousDSeemsoaSanouSnyOUawoud-fly,', it is certain that some J0 WM ' 'l FM female derangement is fastening itself upon you. Do not let the disease make head V- He 1 'ffillKy5 way; write your symptoms to firs. Pinkham for her free advice, and begin at once ;w f s ' lf the use of the medicine that has restored a million women to health fH f y ,;: r Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. J03K 1 i Vl lil.. -A M Whenever I hear of a woman suffering' I tell her about m...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 January 1904

H 'Jf The Salt Lake Tribute: Friday Mokxeng, Jastjaby 8 1904. 3 H II BLAZE AT PARK CITY jpfesidence of J. S. Rail is mm Badly Damaged. K TIWN HAS A CLOSE CALL w Widespread Conflagration Was V Narrowly Averted. Assay From Samples of Ore From Copper Mountain Group Show H Fine Bun Bed Metal. JH TRIBUNE BUREAU. jBt Park Cfty. Jnn. 7. Bjf A widespcad continuation was imrrow y merlod here this mornlns by the encr pi tie c:Torls of the Are cory"i assisted Hf by the citizens. About 11 o'clock this rH jnornlnir rmoke wns seen by a citizen to )Bft buiPt from the residence of J. S. Rail. fUS lw.ck ofj the "Welsh, Drlscoll & Buck wnrc jR. Hcufc. und tho alarm was Riven. An emer-l Kk pency ho?e kept m the vicinity was at jE' tached before tho Iiorc cart arrived, but Hf rovc I to be too short to be effective. By th time the hose cart arrived and con Hf nfctlona were made hundreds of excited K iop'.e were on the sround and dense vol umes of smoke were pouring from both H4 ends of the buildlntr...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 January 1904

Tbge Salt Lake Tribute: ieday mobning-, JusruAiiir 8, 1904:. II ht jailj ribnn. j'ljfi Issued Every Mornlnjr by I'jjjf Salt Lako Tribune Publishing Company. 'If PERRY S. HEATH, $ Publisher nnd General Manager. R Kntcrcd at the Postofflee or Salt .Lake Cliy as second-class matter. ,j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 rnMy nnd Sunday Tribune, on week.? .J '; """iUv ami Sunday, nrn month.. J.JJJ Bally and Sundny, two months z.w ,1 TnJlv nu,j Sunday, thrco months.... ' ! DnlJv and Sunday. one year Rundnv Tribune, ono year Z-JjJJ l Rindnv Tribune, six month? i.JJJJ I Soml.WprlfJv Tribune, on yenr iw AM remittances nnd business letters I uhpuU1 be addrersnj to TRinUE PUBLISHING COMPANY, ! Silt I.Tkc Cllv. Utah. S, C. Hrrkwltb. Speclnl Acv.ncy. Sole 'EaHlpfi jdvprtlslnc Acnt. Enstorn of ' j flee 4-x. S-17--1 Trlbuno Bulldlncr. New . Tnrk 1"trn office., 610-312 Tribune i f Building. Chicago. ' "Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. I Tribune Telephono Numbers. r..rc- Office '360 , ""Uv FTdl'n'- - .V4 a n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 January 1904

Jm rHis baXjT jlake x&EBinsrE: Friday Iotstg, Jasuaby 8,M90 - 5 Ueloen is severe Jfi ef Education Action - Is Denounced. IM MORETON UPHELD lullar Action f ffloyle and I granting Painted Out. rs Entertained That the Same Tac tics Will Be Employed in the. r Treatment of Teachers. lend of J B. Morclon. t lie deposed : of the Board of "Education, fire blt n their donunc JatJons of the summitry 9f he majority of the boiml In dis cing without cause or notice an om je who had served that body falth- for thirteen yenrs. h". ,Mr. Moyle and Mr. Brantlng both me that they could find no fault with Moreton nor make any excuse for his Issal." said W. A. Ncldcn of the & of Education last night. "Mr. o opVnly admitted to nie that the reason ho could not vote to retain ;lloreton was his promise lo Prof, inlngs to support his brother-in-law. also ndrnlttcd that he did not know led'!, the candidate for the position, r. Brantlng said practically the same ; to me. Ife declared that he knew ) rea...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 January 1904

The Salt Lake tkibihste: mcjoat lo-jhknxes-g-, jicraAJRY s, 1904. fcgg j yvi ni n e J PRpsPECTORSjy i n d u strV :J PORPHYRY A SURPRISE Copper Contents at Bingham i Astonish Natives. j! MOST INSTRUCTIVE LESSON Utah Cppr Company Is the Lucky Pssbssi Superintendent Jnnney Releases Fig ures That Afford Conclusive of . Success of Undertaking. The avenue with which the new chnn nel oC ore in the Old Telegraph of I Bingham has been cross-cut, said Su- ! perintendent Ma'yborry who' came in ' from camp yesterday, lias demonstrnt- ed the presence of no less than 7C feet ! of copper, gold and silver bearing ore between walls, while to demonstrate the extent of It along the strike drlft ! lng hae now begun. The metallic con- ! tents of the ore, said the visitor, com- 1 pare favorably with the best that has ' been encountered In the property, the face assays ut intervals showing ns much as 4 per cent copper with $9.60 In gold and 1 ounces silver per ton, i ' -while the average for the entire cr...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 January 1904

&?JHE STOCK Y-OF'THE WORLD'' --jf STOCKS' 1 r?TREET SOBER J Market Reflected the Vjhange in Far East. IVERY MABE IN PRICES :jiws a Facter in All the j$pecu!atlv Dials. jlret Was Sluggish and Llst jCjffind StandnrdStocks Moved Very Narrowly. foo-k, Jan. 7. Today's stock mar- JKectrd a more Bobcr view of the &A growing out of the war crisis 4jM'f"r East. The kfuIL was a mod ijjjj Kcovery from the foil of yesterday accompany war news by way of j?Blph1a, Peking and San Francisco. Ujlj MwB continued something of a fnc Kit of the speculative mnrkots and .-4.fcoc and cotton fell In response. had already scored some rccov Pnjftn lts early decline before trading """"Sty's market here was sluggish and t jB. The standard r.tocks moved very Fit Spy and did not malntuln the posl reflecting the shifting operations of ,.iSf0DB' tradrra seeking merely to yjjj; V were wider movements In n col of minor stocks?, principally """"ttho railroads, but embracing some MftW ktw-nrlcod industrials as ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 January 1904

8 THE &AXT iAJTE FKTDAT MOKSISG, 8, 190-1. 11 WIND SHIELD BARRED i National Trotting Associa I -tion Makes' Dscisitn. I DIRT -SHIELD. IS ALL RIGHT !j ' ' ' j'j Bacsmakar in. Frnt Also In- ri ; dorsad In a Way. , J X.oi Dillon's Rocord of 2:05 to a High-Vhcolcd Wagon Is j ;4iJ Not Allowed, i Xew York, Jan. 7. Tlic joint comnilttoo 'f the Xatlonnl Trottlnp: uesoolatlon do- i ' i UWd today to disallow Lou Dillon's rcc- i" otd o 2:05 to a hlrch-whcelrd ball-bearing , ; "ilUy made at Cleveland September 12th , Int. The committee Fald this was done ( ; -M)f cause the mare had previously por- I " formed In faster time, which performance i 1 ntjs her record, and precluded a slower I performance beiriK' a. record. "We. also find that the performance of ! Maud S. at Cleveland In 1SS5 was to a hJph-wbcelctl plain axle sulky according to rules; that the time. .OSri. was not only lior best time, but the best time ever , made upHo thnt date and was a. record." ,i In rejrard to the use of wind...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 January 1904

vl 1HE SALT Ij&KE TBIBTmE FRIDAY lOBXCS-Gi JANUARY 8, 1904:. 9 T0F CHINESE jmTsting Figures From Inspector Paine. it) A FAR IN THE LEAD Hals in Utah, Wy&ming and Nevada. )t the Difficulties Encountered Keeping a Perfect Begister of the Foreigners, ns of liif Clilno census for tho t-omprlPinK L'tHli, Wyoming and , Junl compiled-UF Chinese Inspcc W l'fllno of this city, show that luk-s tlie IeadJy fnr In Chlneao Ion I lift Stnlo'lmvlng wllliln her n toi ' of 1113 of the Olosllnls, "till Iims 510 ami Wyoming 363. In tl'C adult Chinese males number mien W. main clilklron 10. female ( lo ltah has 516 adult mnlo Chi I women, f male children and G rhlldrei The division. In "Wyoming irnr 3 women, 1 male child and 1 Iter of looking after Chinese Im 3'n and deportation Is under tho Vf tho Department of Commerco jor. th country being divided into i fdr tonvenienef. with Inspectors Re of tnvh district. Inspector A. no, with iieadejuartcrs at 115 Den W8 building annex, this city, ha of n...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 January 1904

io The Salt Lake Tkibiinb: Fridat Moisstfn'g, Jaojaut 8ri904. if t II SET FIRE TO A HOTEL j Salvation Army Recruit Con- 1 fesses to Arson. ! BURNED HOUSE IN MONTANA j1 Another Man Is Sorving Term j' in Pen for Crlms. ' ! i ij , J ! ConsciGnce-Strickcn 3Iaii Is a Salva- 1 tibn Army Recruit, and He Con- 1 fcssed to St. Louis Police, i ! St, Louis, Jan. 7. Apparently con- I, Kolcncc-strlclcca and Ida mind a!lamc with, religious ardor, "William Wilson, j' nged S2. a Salvation amy recruit, walked ', ii.to police headquarters today and con- : f-j;pd ihnt on July C, 1101, ho had set ij ! Jo the Occidental hotel In Forsythc, Uosp- I ' hid county, Mom., which resulted In the '! death of one' person ai:'d Injury to ' i went;.-. Wilson declared that another man Is In ! the penitentiary serving: a. sentence for the deed, tind that it Is to ease his own I : conscience and give this man his freedom i :j ihat he surrendered himself. ! ' Wilson said that he did not lire the ' hotel Intentionally, b...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 January 1904

TE the rat.t Lake TMumfE; Friday Morottg, Jaotjaby 8, 19G4. 11 .fOUIRY IS BEGUN istigation Iroquois Thea ir Horror Commences. ERAL WITNESSES HEAR1 Tail of the Panic and f Finding Exits Licked, sition Proceeding- Along Judi il Lines Lawyers Present in Behalf of Both Sides. ago, Jnn. 7. Before a donwj crowd ip the Council chamlicr In the city :oroner Tracder and a Jury of slx ucn today began the offleln) cxuml of the Ironuols theater fire. AVIt werc persons who wore In the au ot Iho matinee. They told of the and of Uncling exits locked. Ide 1n tho antc-rooms a host of ige.s wnllod to bo heard. Frightened s who escaped with their lived from ety furnace, actors, chorus ulrls, 'handp, policemen nnd flrcmon id there, making a strange gnthcr iln tho Council chnmbor the ln on proceeded along Judicial lines. rs wcro prosent In behalf of nu s Interests, seeking opportunity to 10 witnesses along lines of special it to their clients, ir Coronor Tracgcr's ruling such ans were barred and the exam...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 January 1904

Wl 'J,HE SAUT Hake trxbtose; toed ay sioicsnsG d ajary s, 1904. m- I 1 j CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD, l! s Llndsav nosers departed for Brlslinm 1 I Cltv on "ft nrofesslonul errand last, night. I If o i sJrrvJcc? will bo Held at the Jewish syn n agognc it S o'clock tonight, w-hen n ncldrW will bo U'vcrlbynev.iV. I, i Fish on the .subject or "Atholbm ll - ! Wednesday evening next Prof John T. 'i ! Aimer of Salt Lake will lecture on "Social l"ritv" ,it Rarratt hall. beginning n i l o dock The lecture will be under the : aScVs of the Y. M. C A and wM be I for men 'only. A Rood musical programmo .! will bo Riven In connection with the con ' cert. . i i 1 lloyt Sherman.' Jr.. received a telegram i .jstord.iy stating that his unolc. lloyt Sherman of Iowa, was """"Inff froni a mid and not from .pneumonia, as told In I 1 1 1,.- dispatchers. Mi1. Sherman w I lit ere ! fore not go Hnsl. as wis his Intention i uj n the. news of his uncle's illness was l i nrst received, i (i i John Q Crltchlow of Sui...

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