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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 March 1904

Kv ' W. The SaifIIake Trronrafc Tuesday Mokntg. MjotcH lo, 1904. '9 fl I LOOKS VERY BAD FOR MR, BRISTOW irourth. Assistant Postmaster-General's Work Will Cause Him ! CHICAGO, March 14. Walter "Woll man, Record-Herald "Washlncton cor j respondent, says In a dispatch to that paper that the Bristow report, ln I volvlng 191 men In Congress In connec tion with Po3toflice department affairs, is regarded as the blunder of the age, and" predicts the rotlrement of both Bristow and Postmaster-General President Takes a-Hand. Mr. "Wellman says: "President Roosovelt took a hand to ;day in an effort to repair, as far as may he possible, ono of the most stupid po litical blunders over committed !n this country. He summoned to the White Houso Speaker Cannon and Represen tative Overstreet, chairman of the House Committeo on Postofllces, and inlso Fourth Assistant Postmaster-General Brlstow, the reputed author of the 'now famous report implicating Sena tors and Representatives of both par ties In tho...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 March 1904

10 Teds Salt Ijake TrI3OTTe: Tuesday MomesG, Iarch 15, 1904, , V i ! " I CASH RATES H ! 10c per line first insertion. H j 5c per lino each subsequent H j 9 No ad. to occupy less space than two lines. H Tour "want ad." will be nc- H I I cepted and 'phoned to The Salt H Lake Tribune office at regular H rates by tho following agents: H ' BRANCH OFFICES Qodbe-Pitts Drug Co. H 101 Main Street. j w. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., fl Corner Second South and State. H SHERWOOD PHARMACY, H 502 South State. H LEAVER. DRUG CO., Grand H Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, H ' 511 West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, H I corner Second South and Third II East. P W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, I i j 11th East and 12th South, Su- S J gar House. i I 1 ' FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. 1 SHINGLE MILL; GREAT BARGAIN; 6000 capacity ; two men. no other expense; residence two families; beautiful country and timber. Prlco $1250. O. Stein, Glb honsvlllc. Ida. UoS ROOnNG-HOUSE; 13 ROOMS; NBW Iv ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 March 1904

jp - , - - I, J j HERilERA STILL I ' mmm game ll Mexican Makes Good Showing With j& r "jf.ijipor,. find Tights, to n J rkt CHICAGO, March 14. Benny Yanger of lf j 3 city nnd Aurcllo Herrera fought a V H six-round draw before the American Ath- flV T! letlc club tonight. The .light was fast P I l for the six rounds. Both men scored j knockdowns In the third round, when I Herrera put Yanger to the lloor with a ' i hard left on the oar, and Yanger. who I A joso Instantly, sent Herrera down with a 'eft hook to the Jaw. Herrera depended ,' on a left hook for the greater part of his y . fighting, while Yanger used straight lefts ; to tho head and a right to the body for ,' Rt BRITT AND COE.BETT t m ' AG-HEE TO DIVIDE ' ' M JU SANT FRANCISCO. March H -Brltt and ij ) I Corbett have made a new agreement for I tW the division of the purse In their coming I - W fight. The winner will take 65 per cent of , Wt Jne proceeds, while the loser will receive W jcim 1,10 rcnaInJng 33 pei cent Under ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 March 1904

f THE CLASSIFIED HDS 0N PHGE 10 WILL HID Y0U IN FINDING WH3.T Y0U WflNg H If I X2 The Sam? !Laige Tbibtote: Tuesday Moiontstg-, Majrch 15. 1904, ... ii l ii I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. 1 C. R. Crcseell was brought down from Pocatdlo yesterday with a biroken und Is now at St. Mark's hospital. Ho 1 wns In the employ of tho Short Lino la tho i wator department. Requisition pRpars for tho re lot ra of John Furor from California W wcro issued" by Gov. Wclla yesterday, and Shariff Balloy of Wober county loft .tor San Francisco to get tho prisoner. Furcy, who Is wanted In Ogden for robbery, la thought to havo been Implicated In tho murder of Roy Wells at that place. . . . Arthur Pratt yesterday filed a bond of SIO.OOO with tho Btato Board of Corrections for the .faithful performance of his duties nn Warden of tho State Drison. Tho sure ties on the bond nro M. H. Walker and Joslah Bnrnott. Tho new Warden has takf-n his oath of office and -will take for mal chargo of tho penitentiary today. Tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 March 1904

111? IN "ENGLAND'S PREMIER NW N TRAIL THAT LEADS TO THE LAND F HAS-BEENS I Si f nBBEnii Jill'il" H'lc ?x'Iwoij I I tr?LT!i.li v yy r ' 11 lH TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrn V S WEATHER TODAY Cloudy, xrtth ra in or snow. i?M iS Vox,. XIYI. ;no. 335. Salt Lake City, Utah, Wednesday Mobotstg, Mat oft 16, 1904, . 12 PaGES. 7ivh csrrq :. jv ' another duel between war fleets 1m One of the Russian Cruisers Badly Crippled in the Action Which Occurred on SundayReport That Port Arthur Has Been Abandoned Pre .: i mature, but Warships, it Ss Believed, Have Escaped. !u LONDON, March 15. The report that Port Arthur had fallen is now con- ' ceded to have been premature. It doubtless arose over the fact that tho I Japanese and Russian fleets had another engagement off Port Arthur on Sunday. The dispatches contain few details of the engagement. According to the story of a refugee who reached Tientsin Monday night, tho Russian rhlps engaged a portion of Togo's squadron, the Russian protected cruiser j Diana being ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 March 1904

2 THE SAXT TjATCIS TKDBTJNE: WEDNESDAY" MQKNXNtGv MAJRCH 16, 1904:. ' I H I ! ! ! iARNEGIE HOME ! I FOR ENGINEERS , jE6teel .Magnate Sands Over Million H and a Half Dollars for 1 S Building. 1 1 j NEW YORK, March 15. The offer of ' I! Andrew Carnegie to provide funds for M a union engineering building ns a. home jjl for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Institute of j Mining Engineers, ths American Instl ' g !Cute of Electrical Engineers, tho Ameri i car. Tnatllulu of Electrical Engineers .. Sand the Engineers' club of New York 1 "Thas been accepted, Mr. Carnegie today I jilaclng at the disposal of thoso or- $r ionizations the sum of $1,500,000 for m that nurnose. ' , I' The recipients have provided a site on ' West Thirty-ninth and Fortieth streets. Jr between Fifth and Sixth avenues, upon ! which the erection of a building of I p, "'probably twelve stories in height will 1 commence about July 1st. . The national societies will have their ; 5 headquarters I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 March 1904

iilK 'i . The SaitIxAKE Tmmnoi. "Wednesday Mobshstg-, jMauch 16, 1904. 3 I II 4 1 WITHIN THE DOMAIN OF UTAH J I iH vS i ii i i i i n i mm ii 1 1 i iii i n u rarmia ll um i i i i ijin irt1 I d r f TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE. y jf & PS 24SS Washington Ave., Telephone 111 3 E' i POLiCfc JUUG- HOWELL j LECTURES ON CRIME 'wys tho Cause of All Evil Doing at ' Door of King Alcohol Sug- gests Reforms. Sncolal lo Tho Tribune. OGDEN, March 15. Judge-!. A- Howell cf the. CILy court tonight delivered a lec ture before tho Young Men's club of tho Presbyterian church on "Two Years of j Crime." Judge Howell related many In- j s-rcstlnsr facts In connection with his two jrure' service as Pollqo Judgo. In prefacing his remarks Judgo Howell stated thai In tho two years there havo been G297 mi'ii and women tried before tho municipal court and that he had had an ;nu3ual chance to study tho character . Iftlc." of these classnf. He classified the v ciimln.il clement, delinlns the distletlvc ; characterist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 March 1904

; I i 4 The jsaxp jlakej TRmrsrE. WEajSEsnar MtaSscsTG-, mikCh it, i90 1 i H Issued Every Morning by Salt Lnkfl Tribuno Publishing Company. ; PERRY S. HEATH, , Publisher and General Manager. Entered at tho PostofMco of Salt Lako i City no Becond-claas matter. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, one -week. 5 .25 Dally and Sunday, ono month 1.00 I Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 Dally and Sunday, three months .... 3.C0 Dally and Sunday, ono year 12.00 l Sunday Tribune, ono year .w 1 Sunday Tribune, six months 1.00 Scml-Wcckly Tribuno, ono your LEO All remittances and buslncaa letters should be addressed to i TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City. Utah. S. C. Bockwlth, Spoclal Agency, Sole Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of fice. 43-W-15-47-1R-49 Tribune Building. New York. Western office, 510-512 Tribuno i .Building, Chicago. "Washing-ton Bureau National Hotel. i Tribuno Tclcphono Numbers. i Business Offlco S$0 Tlty Editor S?4 3 Rings tfow-Kands, Night Editor SS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 March 1904

THE SALT XAKE TRIBUTE: "WHSHSSDAY MOBisXG, LdJEtCH 16, 104:. 5 IH Kg , MICHAEL WOODS ill SUES FOB $15,000 Elf I COITBT GAIiENDAR. Cas89 Set for Today. HtfH DISTRICT COURT. H fHI 4- Division No. 1 Hon. W. C. 'Hall, nH Charles Crano vs. Mary Judpro. -4- J. U. Eldrcdgo. ,Jr., etc., vs. Thorn- -f ns A. Vhalcs, etc. PCJ 4- Division No. 2 Hon. S. W. Slow- wt iv-f Oregon Short Lino Railroad com- H Piny vn. William R. Jones ot nl. ; -f Division N'o. S-Hon. C. "IV. Morso, KT 4: Jurt- 'j j i -f State ot Utah vs. Henry TTaddell. HC I -- Division No. -1 Hon. T. D. Lewis. -V-f" Judge. B',"t court. WfipJ ? -f- CITY COURT. P?? Civil DlvUiOD Hon. H. S. Tanner. HkJ -f- Judcp. -f K, - 4- 10 n. m. Rogers vs. Kilcca. B 1 " 2 p. m. Faulknir vs. Frolfland. ,? I An action for $1C,000 damages was B' r brought In Iho District court yesterday B k by Michael "Woods against the Kem- HFfi 8c, 1 merer Coal company. The above tVl Hr amount Is asked for the loss of a leg B ' tv ILI" alleged to have been caused by ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 March 1904

I ! 6 ; The Sait TiAKTi Tbibtote; TTepemsdat Mommra-j March 16, 1904:, I f MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL I: ! A DAY'S PAYMENTS i ON LOCAL DEALS I Honerino "We3t Chocks Out on Its Ac I I qulsitions as Did the Ohio of Bingham, i .Tho Paymaster for tho Ilonetino West company yesterday dealt out tho Bccond payment on tlic Monroe group of mines at Stockton, this reducing the I balance on the acquisition to about two-fifths of tho sum Involved. The group consists of four locations on tho main zone at Stockton and Is traversed by ledges Identical with those from which the wealth of thoso diggings has .oj.tb.erto come. Manager Richmond says that the sinking of the main shaft on tho Jessie claim, now being1 pros I pected for tho likeliest collar at which to begin, will commence In a few days, tho undertaking to be equipped wllh everything that shall facilitate the work. To this end a sinking fund has already been provided by the origina tors of the splendid undertaking, which begins wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 March 1904

- ' H-I " ' flHHHB BBBBBb 1 . '''iBBBfl fflwv THE SALT TiATTTO TKIBTOTE: "WEDNESDAY MOKNXG, MARCH 16, 1904. 7 IH Iff f IN REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS WALL STREET MARKET I ) TAKES AN UPSHOOT H Entire List of Shares Shows a Sub fcl stanlial Advance All Along ft NEW YORK, March 15. Thero was a j moderato and well sustained demand for Btocks today, -which resulted In a substnn- tla4 advance In prices throughout tho list. Business was not IriHrcor than yesterday, while tho delivery of tho Nor thorn Securi ties opinion v.-as In progress, but today's ? market was entirely lacking In tho fevcr i ish tone and the erratic fluctuations which characterized yesterday's market. Tho buying was somowhnt intermittent, but there was no Intervention backsets. It wis i tho, general conviction that this buying camo from a short Interest, which has counted upon a decline following tho ' Northern Securities decision to buy stocks nt a profit. Thcro wns no evidence today of any pressure to sell...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 March 1904

11 3 The Baut liASB Tetbunei "Wednesday Mobxestg-, Maiicii ig, 1904. M HT DUCT Take a Little Trip f J jfil 9 ij ft M STI Tha Circle In Daar . $ j$ JtPriljl ' i nn STUw I with Us AromK yil J I Jrl W U ll IJ old sPorinSviI1- 4 H L 11 14 1 i ' " I. MULLER SeGNEO BY SALT LAKE GLOB i j Announcement wa.H inado yesterday by ' mo manupomnt of the Salt I-ako baae- ;i;tll club that a jww outfielder hail been Mnod. Max Mullor la the latest addition 1 t tho Killer rank, and although but lit 1 ik- Im Itnown of him alxiiil these parts, It . said that he Is a jjood man and -will urove a valuable member o tho Httlo I band upon whom Ow fans of this city are i ginning their faith. , Mullor waft formerly ojio of the out Hold i pt.xff of the JJflena lam until that Hfrnrc- g.Ulon -lisbanMl lam Reason. I la ban a ( I gcod record as a fielder and alt'noiifii he I ! in not a sensational hitter he onn 1k cle I ))ended on to do his share of tho stlck- I work. It was atated yesterday tbat M:iller would probab...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 March 1904

I ItBDE SAIT JLJOj TEIBTJNE: TTEDjJESDAY MoiGTIIGr, MARCD 16 1904:. . . g j IBIOTENO AMONG CHICAGO STRIKERS '""XJnion Teamsters Attacked by Strik ing1 Can Makers and Pelted CHICAGO, March 15. A scries of A riots occurred today between striking ii' omr)loyees of the American Can com- tji pany and union teamsters who had re j fused to quit work In sympathy with , I the strikers. The first disturbance occurred on the north side of the city at one of the stables of the can company, a number of men being Injured and two pickets Two pickets were doing duty in the neighborhood when six teamsters at tempted to leave the stables with teams. The pickets, by signals, summoned twenty helpers. The drivers were stoned. It Is alleged, and dragged from the wagons. The assailants lied when patrol wagon loaded with police nr A second battle started later at the company's South Side barn. Escorted by police, a number of wagon? succeed I cd, however, in getting halfway to a j-J railway frelghthousc, fo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 March 1904

' ! 1 The salt Laics rrBr2vmL: Wednesday MoinmsrG, jSIahoh 16, L904. ! . Ij CASH RATES 10c por lino first insortlon. j " 5c per lino ench subsequent 1 '. insertion. 1 I No ad. to occupy less space I than two lines, j 1 1 Your "wnnt nd." will be ac- j , i copted and 'phoned to The Salt , i ' Lake Tribuno office at rogular rates by tho following agents: BRANCH OFFICES Godbe-Pitts Drug; Co. 101 Main Street. ( W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., I Corner Second South and State. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, i 502 South State. LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand I Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, , 511 West Second South. S WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third j East. S W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, j 11th East and 12th South, Su- j j gar House. , 1 0 i FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. 1 SALOON" FOR SALE AT BINGHAM I Junction; good location; call and sec for i yourself. Joseph Hancock. Prop. tl33t I AT HALF PRICE. FINK CATTLC I ranch, containing 240 acres. In a beautiful location, within...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 March 1904

:--- 7- -- -.L. : - -- rfe . -t. -.v . - - . "rr: r. r: rrrirrr:: 1:1 JB pr , - - I ! ' Tub Salt Iakg Trtbotte; Wednesday Mobnestg-, LIajrch 16, 1904. n I RJRLE AND REVOLVER 1 v ' RULE IN TELLPDE Citizens March Nearly 100 Union TVTU ziers and Citizens to Depot lH and Ship Them- n it? TELLURIDE, Colo.. March 15. One -undred members of the Citizens' alll- H JL; I ance, after a meeting last night, armed Wijfji j with "Winchesters and revolvers.. Uf ijC scoured the town and took Into cus- Wf T , tody between seventy and eighty union a' Jk men an( sympathizers. In somo ln- m A J Rtanccs doors to dwelllnc-houses were 9 forced and broken open. The men woro w JBt3 herded In a vacant storeroom until 3 I o'clock this morning, and when all I Hr. j thoae deRlrod had been captured, they 1 P' were marched to the depot and loaded LB j Into two coaches. As tho special train njjH ' doparted the Cltlzenfl' alliance fired vol- IK leys of Phots In tho air. Hp. A. H. Ploaton. a former Alderman, Hi nnd p...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 March 1904

r'-'---Tr II I THE CLASSIFIED HPS N PHGE 10 WILL HID Y0 IN FINDING WHAT 00 WHNt H II 12 The Ba1iT"Lake Teibtjotj: "Wedkbsdat Mokotng-, March 16, I9i4. ik I 111 C,TY AND NEIGHB0RH00D 'M ll The bonk clearings yonterday wero all fc29.M9.86. For tho corresponding day of Mm flt J'oar they -ware JIJ,177.ft3. rill) Judjro Christopher Reed has been ad- -'Mlr mittcd to tho bar of tho State, Ho was 'all formerly Judge in tho "Wichita (Kan.) dla- - Mil ' Rev. Rtohard Wnkn will bo In char-ye of jfl.ll the Gontllo Information bureau whloh Is m to b opened at No. 13 Main street In a IB 11 3a- fflll Tho plpo organ at St. Mark's cathedral - HI h i ! being reconBtructed nnd soma o tho l-at a j , pipes left over whon tho Tabornaclo or- wjaj can was repaired may bo used. fill I Th cantata. "Tho Holy City." which J recently made n. treat hit at tho Central Ull - Christian church, lfl llkoly to bo repeated BJa J . at th First Consreeutional church. Hi j A called mooting of tho board of dlrcc- H 1 tors o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 March 1904

KHrrr: ...T tTUUTl. - - 'r ' " ' '"- ' - " -' - - " ' " '" " ' "" B i EQUINOX RRS PHSSEO -H-ND ' 6RLM FOLLOWS STORM IN THE eiTY eOUNeiL I M :'; ,, . U -TTMii AM 444444444 44 4- 4444 II ft-H444444444 44444441 nly !i W f 1 SOMETHING DOING. 4 t if , orm&ra I j 0 fl 444444444444444444 jF P QiS WEATHEB TODAY-Portly Cloudy. . 4 jl Jj ; Vol. XLiVL No. 336. Salt Lake City, Utah, Thursday Maramra-, March 17, 1904, 12 raGBS.FivE Gents. 1 HyMIIIIIIIIIIIMMtHlHmMimH 44 IHItllHI H-44444-4444444 t IMIIHIM fr44 IMHIHIIIHHH 44444444 444444 HUHIH H444444444 MHIH H444444444 H H 4444444444444 IIIHHIIIMUHH fl ! SENATORIAL JURY THAT WILL DECIDE CASE OF REED SMOOT j if Forty' New Witnesses To t Be Called !n the t "'" Smoot Case. 4 Special to The Tribune 4 "WASHINGTON, March 16. It -was learned todny that the names of nearly 4- forty persona who are supposed to i know something: regarding- the methods 4- of the Mormon hierarchy have been I handed to the Senatorial committee bc fore whom the case of Sen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 March 1904

2. ' Teds Sajtt Ike Tribtote: TmnRSDAT Morjxn-g, Mjosch 17, 1904. 'M I S BUTTE MINER LEAPS ill 750 FEET TO DEATH r I 1 i 4- BUTTB, Iont, March Id Marco Brovlch, a miner employed In tho U 4- Minnie Hcnly mine, committed sul- -f clde this evening: by Jumping from -f S 4- the 700-foot lovel and landing on a &s Jr bulkhead 750 feet below. 4. Brovlch recently roturned from -f- -f Alaska, -where, It Is reported, ho 1 5L- 4- lost $1900. Brooding' over this Is be- -f , -f iievcd to have caused Brovlch to ' 4- end his own life. 4- Jf" 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- J I I MASTER AND MAN AT T OPTS NEW YORK ij NEW YORK, March 16. Employers jj J"-" fthd their men In the building trades here are preparing, It Is claimed, for a jj S life and death struggle over the oues-. jj t tlon of unionism, fj 5 The struggle probably will be precip- I ltated by a declaration on the part of II i the employers for the open shop policy 11 J and tho destruction of the building 'JJ trades unions, II Thc disastrous utrlke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 March 1904

I j , THE SAIT JjlAKB TIUBUNB: THHRSDAT MORjSmSTG MAJRCH IT, 1904. " 3 I i WITHIN THE DOMAIN F OTHH ! I i D . . . . . . . $ B IN AND ABOUT K I TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, P' I i 21S6 Washington Ave., Telephone 111 H GREEK LABORER MEETS TRAGIC FATE Struck by an Engine at Iffontccello and His Body Cut in Tvro at "Waist. dpoclal to Tho Tribune. OGDEN, March 1C Nicholas Cappo, a Greek, met a horrible death at Kontlcello, Nev., last night. Cappo was employed with several other laborers In tho ash pit. It was their custom -when an engine passed over to crouch down out of tho For some unknown reason Cappo, In stead of getting down, attempted to crawl out between tho biff drive wheels and was cut In two at tho waist. Jr TBOTTBLE IN OGDEN i 111, LABOS, UNION RANKS Special to Tho Tribune. ! OGDEN, March 1C Somewhat of a sen lil cation has been created In labor circles by M a rumor that the United Brotherhood of PS Railway Employees threatens to with in draw from the Central Trndosjand Labor assemb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 March 1904

r! ;l j .... 4 . J ,: ". The QaIjAkb TRtBOTris: THtmsDAx MbmmsGi iA&6ji 17, 1904, - ,jH 11 ' " l60ued Every Mprnlns by Salt Lako Tribune Publishing Company. 3?EBUY S. "HEATH, ' " publisher and General Mnnacer. Entered at the Postofllco of Salt Lako CJ'V aa bocond-clnso matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily and Sundnv Tribune, one weok.J .!5 Dally and Sunday, ono month 1.00 Daljy and Sunday, tvo months 2.JW Bally and Sunday, three months .... 3.00 I Dally and Sunday, one year 12.00 Bujfday Tribune, ono year 2100 Sunday Trlbano, six monthn 1.00 Scnjl-Wockly Tribune, ono year 1.50 All remittances and business letters should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City. Utah. Br C. Bcckwlth, Special Aproncy. Sole , Eastern AdvertlalnK Agent, Eastern of , flea., 43-44-45-47-3-43 Tribune Bulldlnp. Nevr York. Western ofnee, D10-612 Tribune J Bulldlnff, Chicago. Washington Bureau National Hotel. I Tribune Telephone Numbers. Business Office , '-3C0 Cltj' Editor 3S4-3 Rlns No...

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