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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

mjf ' " ...... - ...l-w.--r...., 11'r'-l f'tItitf4 i - La'I If; .- - j THE RATT 7,677 TTRTTNTR; SlINDAT MOBOTSTG. ISlABCIT 13, 1904. ' 31 ill j ' j CURRENT PUBLICATIONS. AH ABSOBBING LIFE STORY. A Preacher's Story of His Work. By W. S. Ralnsford. Roctor of St. George'a Church. New York City. The Outlook Company, publishers, New York, lie who begins reading ttfta book will not willingly lay It down until he haa read It nil. It Isrtho story of a preacher's life and work, and nlso the story of a man. The life of the boy Is touched upon. t hla frail health, his wariderlhgs both physical and spiritual, his uncertainties, and tho gradual concentration of hla en ergies In mission work. The mission at East Side, London, llrst engaged his at tention, and for long was very close to bis hart. ills Cambridge experiences aro narrated, and his work at Norwich, when the snag of Infant baptism struck his theological craft. From Norwich he had a call to go to New York temporarily, and his work was n...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

I : 32 , The S.axt Tjatctt. rRiBinsrE: Sundat jSIotcstgg-, jMauch 1904, ' ' JH H j BY ARTHUR W. DUNN. I I borroepondonce Tribune. j -WASHING-TON, March 13. The He I I publicans In CongTcas have shown plcndld orKarrfaation. No political nia H chine in rucent years haa mn vo smooth H ly on the surfci.ee. From ilio time tho H 1 extra Msslon assembled in November I to put in operation a, treaty which a HI lare proportion of the party detested H until the present the Republicans havo 1 1 followed the lead of the President and I ! the loader in both, branches o Con sreaa with precision of soldiers. There I have been occasional lapuca, ocoaHional attemptB to kick ov' the traces, but Uio recalcitrants havo Xieo.n Bpcedlly cor- railed and oettled down In the harness, 1 ; pulling like old wheel horses, or cnor- 1 , ' ffctic, well-trained yourwstor?. 1 I Whit a this is Q true picture of what ' lias been done It cannot he so truthfully 1 said that there has not been some mur ! muring, some disc...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 March 1904

If -h - ssgS iA LA ,4fT 14 5SP x-v ." nl 1 QUICK RETURNS. "81 1 f IV 'If M V S A J a 1 , MIGHTY INTERESTING, illH U K 4 CZ WEATHER TODAY Fair; -sraimcr. A A j e Vol, xxVT. No. 333. Sajlt Lake City Utah, Mo:nxay Mokntqtg, jVIakch 14:, 1904, no phqbs.five Cents. ' H I PORT ARTHUR FALLEN AND DALNY LAID IN WASTE I I DESPERATE BATTLE OF I TORPEDO GRAFT AS A I PRELIMINARY, H Details of Japan's Latest At- H tack on Russia's Soulhorn H Manchuria Base Full of Thrill! ng and Exciting in- H cldonts and Situations. Hj TWO OF THE MOSQUITO VESSELS W ENGAGED IN A BOW-TO-BOW V ENCOUNTER JAPS HURLED U 120 HUGE PROJECTILES jlNTO H THE DOOMED CITY BRAVE STAND IS CREDITED TO THE V RUSSIANS. A HI' 1 TOKI- March 13. OfUclnl and prl- vato reports both Indicate thnt Admiral ! Togo'G fourth attack on Port Arthur on the 10th lnot. was the most effective 1 since the llrst assault of a month ago. One Rusulan torpedo heat destroyer , Taa sunk and several Russian torpedo boat destroyers seriously damaged. The fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 March 1904

3 The Saxt Lajoi Trxbtotb: Monday MoeshjStg. Mauch 14, 1904. iH i5.-0li TO MUKDEN FOB 4 GOD, THE CZAR AND HIS COUNTRY, If Prayers and WoII Wishes of Russian PGople Count for l ; Aught, Gen. Kuropatkin Will Lead tho Czar's Legions In i . " East to Victory. MOSCOW, March 13. Tho day Gen. ( -r. "Kuropatkin spent here was marked by I demonstrations rivaling those oC St. .Petersburg. Immediately upon arriv ing he went to tho Serglua monastery, where he attended a te deum. After this service ho was conducted to the .abbot's coll, where ho was blessed with - Ihc ancient ikon of Serglua. The nu merous bells of the monastery and tho -S'.rjiurch'es pealed out as he drove away. 1 ! Returning to Moscow, the Goneral proceeded to the Governor's palace, J where he spent several hours In recelv- I J Ing deputations of peasants, merchants ' and nobles, as well as the city elders, ' who were headed by the senior elder of all Russia. From tho palace the General was driven to the nobles' assembly rooms...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 March 1904

'iH mff r JrH THE SaIT JUaiEE TEIBOTTSr MOXDAT MOInTNtG-, vlACn 14. 19G4... 3 J WITHIN 1MB DOMAIN OF UTAH f j 1 H IN AND ABOUT H i OGDEN K t TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, U )3 21S6 Washington Ave, Tclophono 111 ja 1 & . IT. i visif iu Village OF THE D0UKH0B0RS 1 ' HFJ Young German Tolls of His Erpori- E once in the Northwest j Territory. Elv Special to The Tribune. Hl . OGDKJs", March IS. Alfrod SdirIlcr. a HPf: German student and newspaper correspon- HjJ 'l-nt, la Jn Ogdon on a visit. IJo lias re- M'' f-ntly returned from a trip to the prov- l ico of Ajwlnlbolne. Northweat Territory. H'v and tells of his experiences among the Doukhobors. the peculiar rellgrJous sect iHfr tliat Inhabits that Territory. Kln Mr. Schrelbcr left Germany for the IBlF l urpose of investigating the agricultural conditions of tho North American conti nent. Upon arriving here he learned that tho finest wheat grown in the world 1b JHlsod by the Doukhobors on the Sas i katchowan river, lie proceeded to thai rrovl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 March 1904

1 K iCECE SAIT JuAKB TRJLBUKE: JMOAY MQ-RNXKG, JMAUCH 14, 1904. a I j 't.' iBaucd Every Morning by I I Salt Lako Tribune Publishing Company. "J" PERRY S. HEATH, ' Publisher and General Manager, i Entered nt tho Postofflco of Salt Lako j - City as second-class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 Dally and Sunday Trtbuno, one week. .2 Dally nnd Sunday, on month l.w Dally and Sunday, two monthB z.tw Dally nnd Sunday, threo months .... 3.W Dallv and Sunday, ono year I'm Sunday- Tribune, ono year -W ' Sunday Trlbum. elx monthn J-gJ Scml-Wcckly Tribune, ono year l.w All remittances and bUBlncus letters 1 chould be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City, Utah. T 8. C. Beckwlth, Special Agency. Sole Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of ' -- flee. J3-44-45-47-1S-40 Tribune Building. Now York. Western oMco. 610-512 Tribune Building, Chicago. Washington Bureau National Hotol. i : ? Tribune Tolophono Numbers. 1 Bunlnese Offlco v3 , City Editor 34-3 ngs y Nowo and Night Editor SSI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 March 1904

j . The Salt Iajod Trxbidsts: Mosday Mobotng, Iajrcii 14 1904-. 5 II THE GOSPEL OF NEPHI Book of (VIormon Read in If J Presbyterian Church. II LARGE CROWD LISTENED H First of a Sorles of Sermons H by Dr. Paden. Rev. Brown Preaches on Polygamy T at the Plrst Baptist ' Li, Church. CjJ J "In Third Nophl a Fifth Gospel ?" U f-i J This was the subject of a powerful ser- i : t mon by the Rev. Dr. Paden at the- First Presbj-terlan church last night. The F' ihurch was crowded In anticipation of h the discourse, concerning which there I . ho.v been a great deal of expectation, , 1 and among- the congregation were many f A of the more advanced' thinkers of the i , l Mormon fnlth. Dr. Paden devoted near- ly all of hlH time last night to giving a 3L1 hrkf account of the Book of Nephl for jj'jvfi the benefit of the many who lwivo never Btudledi the book, k The text was as follows: "I marvel f. that ye are so soon removed from him u that called you Into the grace of Christ into another Gospel whi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 March 1904

; I 6 The Salt Iiake Tjubtjots: Mostday Moeotg-, March m, 1904:. I ' U l MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL J i 1 NEW STRIKE AT PARK -j Scottish Chief Adds Another .i to the Chapter. J AT THE HONERINE MILL :,' New Plant Inspected by Ex I " pert Talonl. J v Zeb Kendall Deriving n, Fortuno From ! - Lcaco'at Qoldfield Peck Expcrl- - mento on Bullion Beck Ores. :j With the reclamation oC tho wires bo- twcen tho local offices and tho mines of tlie Scottish Chief Mining company out of Park City, that wore put out of ' ' business during tho recent blizzard, . news camo yesterday that tho winze, at a depth of eighteen feet below tho I i GOO-foot level, has dropped Into a mass ! of ore, with everything1 to denote the j presenco of a big body. Certainly tho j I l, development, according to tho message, Is the most Important that has been achieved at the group, and while assays ' have not yet been obtained, tho oro shows a heavy percentage of pyritic i Iron, with considerable galena and I muc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 March 1904

W kHHHH Br !fI Kv the sxt Lake Tbibtene: Moinhday Moknxg jMajrch 14, 1904. 7 lljj NEWSPAPER HEADLINES il ' FOR THEJMOOT CASE IenlCAOO CHRONICLE Veto lawn of Go Mormons fix divine code to suit their Tv-ill President of twelve apostles breaks revehulohE Admita violating Stato statutes as well as church's He defies both to prevent him from living cp a. polygamlst' Senator Hoar makes lilm confess In Smoot Inquiry Evidence of plural marriages since the manifesto PHILADELPHIA PRESS Smith, as Adam did, blames It on the woman Mormon president gives jealousy of Wives and desire for home peace as ex cuse for continued polygamy Denies Congrcjss'o powers to break up families Distinction between plural marriage and polygamous cohabitation Church only dobare the former Uses discre tion in Interpreting divlno revelations. PITTSBURG- GAZETTE Mormon wifo on the stand Woman married to polygamlst since 1S90 testifies Smith has finished Leaves committee room declaring pride in his forty-two chil dren S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 March 1904

1 1 ' The Salt Lake Tbebtine: Moxdat Moknig, Mjrch m, 1904. V j: , CASH RATES ' ' 10c por lino first insertion. j 5c per lino eacb. subsequent j insertion. i No nd. to occupy leas spaco I than two lines. Your "want nd." will bo nc J copted and 'phoned to Tho Salt I Lako Tribuno office at rotrular I rates by the following agonta: If BRANCH OFFICES l! j; Godbc-Pitts Drug Co. 101 Main Street. j W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Second South and State. J SHERWOOD PHARMACY, ' ft 502 South State. i LEAVER DRUG- CO., Grand Jj Pacific Hotol, Corner 3rd "West J : and South Tcmplo. J H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, 511 "West Second South. II L. Iff. MAYS, "Wasatch Drug j p Store, northeast corner Second T "W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, jj 11th East and 12th South, Su fi gar House. I i FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. A LARGE DOUBLE-DOOR HALT Safe it Lock Co.'s Are-proof solo: can bo ' seen at room 21L' Deseret bldg., office Nn- j llonal Insurance Co.. U. S. A. U203 1 ' , SUNRISE. 12c; ROCCO-HOME- stake, 40c; Con. Mercu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 March 1904

, TECE JJAHE TETBTOOJ; MOBSTOSTG, MJtCH 1 4, 1904. g I i IN FISTIANSA, ON THE DIAMOND, AND IN TRAC&VIUB H MINNESOTA MAGNATE f BUYS IN BUTTE GLU8 I A Minnesota man has acquired an Inter- B oHj est In the Duttc baseball club, according It H to tho Butte Miner. The new man will I' ivl not havo much to do with the managre- K nil ment of the club, but will act more In the WL Lf capacity of "nnanclal adviser." "VV. S. Ly- mm V A cun oC Crookaton, Minn., formerly owner Ht Vi and manager of a team in tho Northern league, Is the new owner of tho Miners. tfjr Tnc deal was Practically conriumaiated ,3jf two months atco. but has not been made j Vl public for reasons not given. Jf jj . C H. Lano retains his former Interest ; nnd is president of the loam, and Walter v I Wllmot will maims. Mr. Lycan'a end of j 1 tho team Is merely financial, and while he I Is expected liere to make a trip with tho tm J boys, ho will not take an active part in the sM 9 afTalrs other than advisory. M m A fact re...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 March 1904

rTHE CLASSIFIED HPS H PHGES S HHP 9 WILL RID YU IN FINDING WHAT Y0O WANT jfl 10 The Salt 3ae Tediot: Moxday Moiustxn'g SIa.hch 14, 1904. H I FAIR AND WARMER I ' making1 a slzc-up oC tho weather through- today, telegraphs , (that Monday and 5oT Tuesday In this roc- I vjj t,on b,) rar ancI H tv. rrtf n othor words, the ! GStmSr' weather today will H Tllr 1 much like- thai of H i - iV?BR yestorday and plca- , i ' i X iMHi ' ant to 1x1 out of H flK Throughout jn nnd ,the nd jolnlnir j &HK "States, March, has tj A been an c.tception- 1 m mi , 'K nilv open month,, and i jiccordlng to reportH there has been an 1 j nbundanco of rain luid snow and the farm- H iM-H uro sntlstled. Tho maximum temperature in thin city B I yostnrday was -13 degrees; minimum. LS H dogrees. I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Bower rotumed bcHlerdny from Colorado Springs. R. W. Crockett, a prominent newspaper man of Price, was a Sunday visitor to the. metropolis. 1 "William D. Livingston of Monti. Dis ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 March 1904

Wft CITIZENS REGISTER PROTEST HGHINST MORMON METHODS HND MISSTATEMENTS I . , mr Li y JT i feP U 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4- 4- -r4- rya now for land battles. i!Jj f 1 m 1 a -nSTl kJ A 1 A Afc jj JL A TAIiE 0F J0Y- fl 4 "vvllh Pdrt Arthur and Dalny 4- rdfl 9 -rA fcii i 1 ' I It9' - I itfk ! lWM ftf Enc-mcenc-mlno-mo, you tell 4- fH 4 fallen, ns Is rumored, the Japanese 4 M F8Tv T 1 K H I Ik. T II 1 1 I I 1 MX -t- your wants to tho publico In a. lit- IH 4- will now devote their energies to M M R X PSS A II I 1 W LM ft 11.1 llllllllff 4- tlo ad In THE TRIBUNO. Ton get H -f- routing the Czar's lsuid forces. The 4- (& P B I H 7-5' ft JH M fl 2 . (R. B iM J 1 M. . B 1L y H . JM PL A re3Ulta, that's what you want, so 4- !" -4- Trlbuno will tell you how they will 4- J JJR. 1 ' H4n T Vilfc IL If ST &M&?y NT Wfc T ,Sfrsr 4- listen to my talo of joy. 4. S IH -4- do It. Subscribe now. fg? V 11 Q ? V . H ; 1 4- . j Hi WEATHER TODAY Cloudy with local rain, or snow; colder. 1 Vot,. xt.yi. No....

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 March 1904

H feMSWi(MltaL-- " -' 4"" l"f""-i"Si! (l 2 The Salt Lake Tthbtote: Tuesday Motgzjjzg. Iabc 15, 1904. H I SENATORS WORKING ( EN DEATH SHADOW Senate i Annex in Which Commltte-es Meet in Danger of Collapsing or Burning. BY A. F. PHILIPS. H Tribune Bureau, H National Hotel, L WASHINGTON. D. C, March 14. J The lives or thirty-four United States fl Senators are in constant Jeopardy H from meeting death In a building j which, while not only liable to collapse at any time, is a fire trap. This Is the opinion of experts who have examined I the Senate annex near the Capitol H building. Hl The annex was originally built for a hotel. It Is known as the Maltby bulld Ing. It woo used as a hostelry for a short while and wna then purchased by the United States at a cost of $120,000. H The structure, four stories in height, H is a handsome one and Is built of brick. It Is subdivided into rooms separated Hj by wood partitions. Its floors were H never Intended to carry the weight now placed on them. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 March 1904

HP EHB SAJ7F iKSS TKE3UN31: TUESDAY IMOKlsiyG, ZSlAP.CH 15; 1904. o WW - - - I I SENATOR DIETRICH a TELLS HiS STORY Declares That He Never Received a Cent for Appointment of Fisher as Postmaster. TTASH1NGT0N, March , H. The fpjclal committor appointed to Invcstl frate charges agalnxt Senator Dietrich of Nebraska resumed Its hearing this afternoon. Senator Dietrich took the stand, and at his request won sworn, although Chairman Hoar stated that the practlco o the St-nato had boen not to swear a Senator, on the theory that all Senators had equal rights In that body. In reply to Senator Hoar he first rc 1 viewed his election na Governor and Senator, and In answer to Senator Hoar sold: "I have never received a cent for the appointment of Jacob Flaher as postmaster." Then the Senator told of his relation with Jacob Fisher nnd how he came to recommend him for postmaster Instead of appointing him Oil Inspector. Senator Dietrich stated that while he was Governor he had made a contract with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 March 1904

4 The 8ait Lake TSmbpiees Tuesday Mokotn-gk Mat? opt 15, 1904. J 1 Issued Every Morning by Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, , I Publisher and General Manager. Entered at the Postofflco of Bait LaKo I City aa second-class matter. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. ' Dally and Sunday Tribune, one week. .25 Dally and Sunday, one month 1.00 Dally and Sunday, two months 2.W Dally and Sunday, three months .... 3.00 Dally and Sunday, one year Sunday Tribune, one yeni 2.00 i Sunday Tribune, six months .00 Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year L60 All remittances and business lottors should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City, Utah. 8. C. Beckwlth, Special Aproncy. Solo Eastern Advcrtlslnc Agent. Eastern of i flee, 13--5-7-IS-49 Tribune Building. Now 1 Tork. Western office, G10-512 Trlbuno I Building, Chicago. Washington Bureau National Hotel. ! Tribune Telephono Numbers. BsslneSs Offlco "SCO City Editor Hlnga Notts and Night Editor 3SJ 2 Rings Tuesday, March. 15, 100...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 March 1904

IBM" The Salt Iaice Teibuxb: Tuesday jSIoicsteg, JLvncit lo, 1904. ,j CONVICTS IN CHAINS l x APPEAR IN COURT HJ Henry Waddell !s Tried on Charge of Assault With Hb intent to Commit Murder, and Testimony Is HI Given fay Prisoners Involved in Jail Break. ITh striped garb of penitentiary con vict and the clanking of manacle and ehackels were seen and heard, in the " criminal division of the District court yesterday, where Henry "Waddell was tried for assault with Intent to commit murder. The defendant wore an Ore gon boot weighing twenty-live pounds on his right foot and the other live con vlcty who participated in the Jnil break at the ponltontl.iry last October wore securely handcuffed and shackled. The case was taken up in th? morn ing' and after the He-cuiing of a. Jury the State quickly Introduced Its testimony. The defendant then naked, through his attorney, Frank McGrnw, who was ap jKjlnted by the court, that the other con victs be summoned to testify In his be half. The Jury co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 March 1904

P - jfr T'-ririfi i ii ii - j 0 THE SALT JuXKVi TJEtlgDHBy TOESDXT JMOKNTyg, jNlAJROH 15, 1904:.' fl I MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL 1 . J I 1 A THOUSAND TONS BUG MATERIAL Enormous Consignments Waiting on tho San Pedro's Branch. Into Town of Tewhou3e. Of structural material for the mas- H slvc concentrator at which 1G0O tons of H j Cactuo ore Is to be dally reduced and H Improvements with which the town of j j Newhouse Is to bo endowed over 20,000,- H 000 pounds will he ready to pasa over H the tracks of the San Pedro railway the moment they shall have reached the H Newhouse terminal, said the founder of H the new camp yesterday, and work on H the extension Is, accordingly, being watched with the liveliest Interest. On H every unit In the splendid undertaking', H ' Indeed, work Is now progressing, tho H upbuilding of the town proper to move H at a pace as energetic as that which H shall characterize tho erection of tho H mammoth plant over the contracts for H which the rivalry...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 March 1904

jHHf The Sam? Laxe Teibune: Tuesday- Morning-, M&rok 15, 1904. 7 HH ly ( IN REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS I If WALL STREET HAD 111 FEVERISH ATTACK oH Decision in Securities Company Caso Caused Irregularities in Stock HL NEW TORK. March 11. Tho long-cx-Ej pectcd decision In tho Northern Securities B- 5 oaBe caused a feverish and halting stock ttarkct today. Tho fluctuations wero B.' constant nnd Irregular, nnd tho tone of business was much Increased over the rc KJ, i conlly prevailing daily average, V', 1 Tho action of tho market, however, was n?t conclusive In deciding the question HT J jrhethcr tho determination of the court ""-d already been discounted In the mar K; ' 1 et during the long period lnco It has i ' been a subjeot of discussion and an lnflu- nco Upon market operations. Th fact that tho decision reaffirms a 1 Btate of things which had already been l t , established by tho lower court In tho caso , L na we 18 xii0 closeness with which It conforms to tho exp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 March 1904

METEOROLOGICAL RECORD, Local forecast for today Cloudy, with , . local rain or snow; colder. " Yesterday's record at tho local offlco of " I ho weather bureau: Maximum temperature, 64 degrees; mini mum temperature. 23 degrees; mean lem ; !raturo, 41 degrees, which la 4 degrees . bove the normal. - Accumulated excess of temperature since ' l hi first of tho month, 23 degrees. I w Accumulated excess of tcmpcraturo since January 1st, 47 degrees. , Total precipitation from C p. m. to 6 . p. m trace. Accumulated excess of precipitation r-inw the first of the month. .SI Inch. . Accumulated excess o prt-clpitiUion since the lat of January. 1.74 Inch. I TL J, HYATT, Local Forecaster. Ueportri received at Salt Lnko City, 1 -1'iah, on March 14, 1P0I. ObstrvaUona taken at all stations at S a. m 75th I -icrldlan lime: fc ' Temperature. Max. Mln. ttrand Junction Vt. Cldy....nO $2 ,2 Denver Pt. CIdy....G0 :t2 , i HVlnnu Cloudy.. ..41 21 - I'Ocatello Snow.... 46 .is Modcna Clear.. ..K J Wlnncmticc...

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