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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 March 1904

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmTMmmmmmmmm IH f I S j The Salt Laxe Tribtjte: Thursday MoimiNG, March 17, 1904. 5 I DIVORCE MILL IS I 4 STILL GRINDING JH Throe Unfortunate Couples Find Mar- HI J rJed Ufa Unbearable and Ap- H peal -to Court for Relief. II ' Kl ! COURT CALENDAR. U 4f t Cases Set for Today. LgZ ! DISTRICT COURT. pi' ; -4- Divleion No. 1 Hon. TV. C. Hall, r S ' No setting. -f fjmL Division No. 2 Hon. S. TV. Stow- -f JK 4- art, Judge. jK Caroline N. A. Ilaaard vo. A. F. 4- Cummlngs. 4- jK 4- Division No. 3 Hon. C. TV. Mor32, H: 4- Judge. 4- JH . No setting'. 4- Vi 4- Division No. 4 Hon. T. D. Lewis. 4- HL 'I 4- JudKe. 4- F' . 4 Utah SavlngB and Trust oorapany 4- ' 4- vs. Simon Bamberger. 4- Wm t 4- ' CITY COURT. IB 4- Civil DIvlsJor.-Hon. II. S. Tanner. UvH 4- Judge. 4- 10 m, Ir J' :FaU3t' Jr- VR Mar" 4- tin Don. 4- piKt 4- 2 p. m. J. ZNL Dnrt vs. George 4- pB 4- Boyd. 'SK 1 'MIf Three actions for dlvorco wero filed In fltW tho District court yesterdny. Robert C p Houston asks that ...

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. — 17 March 1904

j 6 (The S.AXT Lakjd Tjribiin: Thursday MoBsrare. jMauch 17, 1904:. ' . I MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND HILL ) I GRAND CENTRAL IS A MINEJUST NOW .Superintendent Donnelly Tells of the Conditions SIncer Reoenfc Oro Bodies Wero Uncovered. iHI ''Tho Grand Central kilning company iBHu never liad a rnlno prior to recent do- , velopments," said Patrick Donnelly, iHHh who lias .presided over It since its in- iHHb fancy, yesterday morning. "Hitherto it iBHI has had a plcco of one," he added. iHHH j For forty feet he lias cross-cut tho I latest development on tho SOO-foot level iHHB north. End yet no wall has been dls- iHHl closed, while a sampling of the con- iHHb Elgnments forwarded to the smelter the iHHl previous day revealed an average of 40 ounces silver with $30 gold and frac- iBBl tipnal values In copper, the lead oc- currlng in bunches only. It was 260 feet north of tho crossing on which the But- HHB terfly stopo was developed that tho new HHB crossing or break was readied, and with...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 March 1904

j' ote Sam? tiATTw Tiomj Thxtrsbat MoKsm Maiich 17, 1904. v 7 f IN REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS 1 ) OUTLOOK IN WALL 1i STREET IS BRIGHTER lump Period, It Is Believed, Has ' Passed and Activity Is Now Looked Por. NEW YORK, March 10. The stock mar ket continued today under the domination of tho Northern Securities case, and tho xnovomont of prlcta was accepted as Bhowlng a considerable short Interest still remaining uncovered as a consequence of Bhort sales mado In anticipation of tho do cislon. Professional operations wore directed against the short Interest and designed to lift prices so as to mako a profit out of the necessity of tho uncovered shorts. Thero wero somo commission houses which reached an appreciable lncrcaBO In tho outsldo demand for stocks, but this was small and thero was a general agree ment that tho principal buying was duo to tho closing up of bear contracts. Partly as a causo, partly as an effect of tho upward tendency of prices, more cheerful vlows p...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 March 1904

r! J H I 8 The Salt Lake Tribtote: Thursday Morststg, jMauch it, 1904. : ' ' I, j Bowling A I I W T Q Around the fV A M1M1 DrivinS Bal1 1 IMlf C And With iu In the Jgf fy J 3 Base Bal1 UP1 l 1 J Golf-, illg IV d TFsRacers I GREAT THINGS EXPECTED OF I COREY ON EASTERN GOLF LINKS NEW TORK, starch 1G, "When the local coif chnmplonshlps begin this season It Is j expoctcd that C. B. Coroy will bo one ot i NEW THIRD BASEMAN '. SIGNS WITH ELDERS ( Ed Bruyette of Milwaukee to Handle j Hot liners for Saints This j ( , Summer. j I, ' : Ed Bruyetto, im lnflelder, 13 ' tho , latent I ball player to affix his Klgnatnro to a Salt I ' Jako club contract- Th-j management of the local boll club has been unusually ac- I tlvo during" the pobI few dayp, and besides slprnlnp Mullcr nnd Bruyetto -hiin opened I ncgoUatlonH with sov-jral other wdl- I j known diamond artists,- who may. be i signed up this weak, i Bruyetto, the new "Elder, halls from I Milwaukee. Llttlo is known" of him In thl3 neck of the w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 March 1904

H ' 1 ' ' , - - - i r-j-.n. i MjiM4ian. .J iijjiMei'&'& I NEGRO PROBLEM AND THE BBiSTOW REPORT Houso Members Divide Their Afcten tion Between Race Question and Postal Affairs. LV A "WASHINGTON. March 1G. AYhen the y jok House mot today consideration of the V At ' postolTlce appropriation hill Tvaa re la f ' sumed. wl' Mr. Splght (Miss.), discussed the ne- I m jro question In the South and said ho B j desired to vindicate that section from I jK.! the charge of barbarism within the B1 South. Ho said the negro had been d'e nled tho right to vote and to hold office, jjkj jt not the right to work for an honest Kj living as had been done In the Northern JHp States. gR. "Wo romeUmea kill them for out- B- fj rageous crimes," ho Gtild, "but never be- I cause they want to woii." Hf ' As for lynching he said, sometimes jK , they have necessarily occurred In the Vm South. He referred to the Wilmington, lK T)t., lj-nchlng last year and to the sub- I1B reauent attacks on the negro settlem...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 March 1904

I h 10 THE SAIiTIiAKE TBrSUOT): THTJUSDAX MOKsTNtG, Majich 17. 1904, H VI "1 !' , : , , . . ' iiH 11: "WANT APS7" CASH RATES 10c por lino first Incertlon. j Cc per lino each subsequent I i insertion. J No ad. to occupy lc3s spneo I than two lines. Tour "want r.d." will "be nc I i cepted and 'phoned to The Salt Lake- Tribune oflQco at regular ! ratos by the following agents: i j BRANCH OFFICES j Qodbe-Pitts Drug Co. ' 101 Main Street. I W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., ' Corner Second South and State. ! ! SHERWOOD PEABMACT, ' 502 South State. 1 ' LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand 1 Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd "West and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, ' I 511 "West Second South. WASATCH DRTJG STORE, j corner Second South and Third I East. ' I W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 11th Ea3t and 12th South, Su gar House. II ' FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. ' STEINWAY UPRIGHT V0' j) ohoap; raust ho sold at once. CI w. So. Temple. . I ' Con. Mercur, 00; buy at 58. I i Sacramento. 22: buy at 21. I ' Tctro, 23: buy at 32. ' i i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 March 1904

MBMBIIHMBBfl T .rkr-rrxr: 'TTZZZZLi. '.Z . - - - -y ;-. 7 ,. " 'i.V.; 1 " , r.in. r.v jM muT mm BBflJPs flflflflfll r v IH I I ' JmAm gj - The BmjUjAKB Tribune? Thdesdax Mornmg, March 17, 1904 '11 fc !fl fl S1ME LEADERS l BEFORETHE BAR 1 Vfl Attempt of Labor Chiefs to Secure PH Liberty by Habeas Corpus p 151 Trials. H 1? Jr Srvtclal to Tho Tribune. WYj -TRICE, Utah, March IS. Habeas HIr , corpus petitions In the criminal con- yCjf Ji piracy cases against tho local ofllccrs im. ' of the United Mine-Workers at Scofleld twere today heard In a special session of the District court, before Judgo I Johnson. In each case the petition was p denied. ? Attorney Truman of Salt Lake CUy, t representing the Imprisoned labor lead ers, attacked the legality of the pro I coedlngs had In tho lower court. The men will now be required to stand trial ! In the District court at the June term. Much Interest was manifested In the hearing, and numerous strikers and union representatives were in attend ance...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 March 1904

THE CLASSIFIED HQS N PHGE 10 WILL RID YD IN FINDING WHAT Y0D WflNf I ; 12 THE BAUT liAKE TBIBUNE! Tedbsday Moknxctg, MARCH 17, 1904. , A II , CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. H Yesterday's bank clcarinsB wero 6L- M 0.t3. an lncroaae of $12,379.47 over tho H 1 clearings of tho corresponding day of lost H The funeral of tho lato Alfred H. Short- H i' on wan hold from tho family residence H !j yentorclay moraine, many relatives and 1 j friends attending. Tho ocnico was that 1 i of the Christian Sclonco church. Intcr- H meat was In tho City cemetery. 1 H Woodmon Degree Teams' association B ' will givo a St. Patrick dance at Chrlsten- 1 sen's hall this evening. Tho dogro team H and many dthcr Woodmen will bo. own H from Ogdcn on a special train, and on of H tho best times of the wholo yoar Is booked. 1 t H Another case of smallpox was reported H to tho Health office yeaterday, tho pa- 1 Kent being William Ayrc, aged 23 yMrs, 1 , living at TSii South Fourth West tret H Ayr In nald to have contracte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 March 1904

T ' 111 " ' ' 1 4 4 'tT 4 4 4 4 4 4 T J QS WEATHER TODAY Rain or Snow. 4444 4.4 4 4 4 4 M Vox.. XlLVT. No. 337. Salt Irakis City, Utah, Friday MoKNnsrG-. March 18, 190 12 PHGES.five Gents. i-j SFUrtlOUS SNOWSTORM w BLOCKS CHICAGO CARS ,jf ' CHICAGO, March 17. In a fu- jff ' 4 rlous snowstorm today enough 4 W 4riy 4 snow fell to mako the total for the 4 I A 4 winter moro than break nil reo- 4 : & 4 ors for Chicago. Aa a result of to- 4 1 jfli.i ' 4 day's ttorm tho clovatcd railroads 4 I, 4 of the city woro brought to a stand- 4- j Mr 4 stl-- or two hours, discommoding -f- I Ki 4 thousands of passengers. 4 4444444 4.4 4444444 II -SENATORS INITIATED ! INTO MYSTERIES ! . OFJAI-ALAI; Spanish Gambling Game Which Figures in Contest Against the Confirmation of Gen. Wood 13 Explained to the Statesmen. , PARAPHENALIA FOR, PLAYING j USED TO ILLUSTRATE, AND J SEVERAL OF THE SENATORS jffj g WHO HAVE VISITED CUBA H ' I TELL THEIR COLLEAGUES OF I ITS BEAUTIES. ML 1 WASHINGTON. March 17. With t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 March 1904

I 1 '1 M 2 THE SAXT LAKE THIBIINE: FKIDAY MOBOTSTG, 1ARCH IS, 1904:. ; 1 AGRICULTURAL LAND ! IN FOREST RESERVES ' t" Bureau of Forestry Issues an Im I 61 I, portant Order Regarding Usa i 1 of Such lands, i i I, BY A. F. PHTT.TPS. S v Trlbuno Bureau, , ' tj National Hotel. -1 WASHINGTON, D. C. March 17. ) h The following order has been Issued at the Bureau of Forestry governing V the matter o agricultural land In forest C rcserven: I f "In the creation o forest reserves It i i frequently happens that small parks or i I open valleys In the mountains are ln j eluded and that these are desired by In ( j . divlduals for stock ranches, or for cut- ting wild hay, or for similar agricultur al purposes. The argument Is made ' that mich agricultural lands should bo I excluded from the forest reserves, and 1 that the boundaries Bhould bo drawn I j along the narrow valleys extending up Into the mountains. 'As a general proposition, It is agreed I ,1' that agricultural lands should be ex- j elud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 March 1904

&- The Sait IjAKS! Tbxbtotb. Fkiday .MoKNTisrGr. Mabch 18, 1904. 3 1 0090 PROGRESS 1 4 IN PETERSON TRIAL jj Special to Tho Tribune, ffl I ICE PHI, March 17. Tho trial of Charles Peterson, charged with the murder of ' John Bacbman and John Eastman at Eu- H rcka on Christmas clay, was begun today rH before Judge JSlarlaneaux and conslder ablo progress was made. A jury was IjL secured yesterday after much effort and Mjt j this morning when court opened both my A sides were ready to begin tho taking of ir testimony. I y If District Attorney Joshua Greenwood I ! J opened for the State and outlined tho (, V facts that he expects to prove, fr , . Tho first witness called was County , Surveyor Reese, who furnished pholo- 3 Araphs and maps of tho place where tho 1 Tragedy occurred. Herman Bacbman, a brother of ono or j the deceased, was placed on tho stand , nnd recited a graphic account of the , m double shooting. Ills account was sub- -1 ? stantlally tho same as that published In V , t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 March 1904

I j ' 4 . jChe Salt ILake Tribitne: ifriday" mouotn-g, hck is, 1904. B - II Ifsucj Every Morning by & I Salt Laka Tribune Publishing Company. M I ! PERRY S. HEATH, ffll Publisher and Goncral Manager. Si , Entered at the Postofflco of Salt Lake i'' J , City aa second-class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I i Dally and Sunday Tribune, one wcok.J .25 j Dally and Sunday, one month 1.00 I Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 I Dally and Sunday, throo months .... S.OO 1 Dally nnd Sunday, ono year 12.M) ' Sunday Tribune, ono year 2.00 Sunday Tribune, six montho 1.00 Soml-Weckly Tribune, ono year 1.C0 All remittances and business letters j should be addressed to i ' ( TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, I' Salt Lake CItv. Utah. 1 S. C Dcckwlth, Special Agency. Solo Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of- , flco, -l3-4-4&-l7-4S-49 Tribune Bulldliur. Now York. Western office, S10-512 Trlbuno i Bulldlnfr, Chicago. I : ; Washington Bureau National Hotel. t I Tribune Telephone Numbers. s) Business Of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 March 1904

I THE STIjAKE TKIBTOsE: FPJDAX MOR2?TCN"Gj MAIIOH 18, 1904. 5 B I ME A BAD CASE 1 AGAiNSTYOOHG REED !ot Superintendent Christensen Submits fflf the- Evidence o Three Teachers Who Witnessed Trouble. IB In connection with the trouble be tween Principal Nelson of the Jackson I Cfe j school and Clarence Reed, a. pupil who i m A i acted as an assistant janitor, Suporln- ly? tendent D. H. Christensen yesterday jLA 'sent a long letter to Mrs. Reod, the fit' tf ' mother of the boy. who demanded that fjjl ,x an investigation be made. In his let- J & tcr Mr. Christensen Includes the state- fm ments of three of the Jackson school W .K teachers who -were asked to give a written version of the affair as they B B saw It. The Superintendent's letter In A ' full reads as follows. 1 In accordance with printed regulations, S' V Principal David A. Nelson of the Jackson njK 1 school Med, under date of March Sth, a wUt report of the corporal punishment of your H' ' son Clarence, need IT. In answer t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 March 1904

I jj G The Salt Latttc Tjribijots: Fioday Moeottstg, Ia is, I90i. ' i 1 MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MULT I I FEDERAL LEAD AMD THE SiLVEB TO Uothing to Add to What Has Been Said by His Colleagues, Says President Keith. In perfect health and ready for a sea son of unprecedented endeavor, Hon. David Keith, president of the Silver King, came noiselessly In from the East after an absenco of nearly five months, and after tarrying a few days -will depart for Los Angeles, Cal., whither he has been preceded by Mrs. Keith and son. To what has been said "by colleagues on the King's board of directors concerning overtures from the Federal Lead company, nothing, said President Keith, could be added by him. As already stated, the company's hold ings arc being sought after, but thus far nothing de-Unite- whatever has taken place, with no positive assurance that negotiations will ever achieve anything. Whllo ho had not been to the mine for sme months, reports that have reached him denote a most ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 March 1904

t - The Salt TjAKR Tkcbxin: Fietoay MoTtmjXG, Makch 18, 1904. 7 !' I p IN REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AMD BROKERS 1 i BETTER TONE SHOWS 1 i IN WALL STREET b W jjr .djustment of Securities Company ;Wf 1 CnS0 -Cnfluenccs Sh.aro It &, Market. M 'S NEW YORK. March 17. Tlio stock niar !al .-' !iCt eave ,ndlcaUons today that tho first jv K phase of adjustment to J.li"c Northern Se ll curitics decision had been mostly com V pleted. This would be tho covering of 3 'mm sJiort contracts put out In anticipation of 'I IK tho event and the maneuvers of the con- I tending professional element to tako tho t market away from the bears. The reduction of the short Interest was pnlpablo In today's market and thero was cvldcnco of attempts to take profits on j tho part of those who had gone long on mocks to help drive tho bears to cover. 1 It Is probablo that somo of tho buying Bince Monday for purposes of supporting prices also camo Into the market for rc salo aiding to cause tho reactionary ten d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 March 1904

III 8 The Salt Lake Tribune: Friday Moiaro Iarch is 1904. 1' METEOROLOGIOAIj becord. Ixjcnl forecast for today Cloudy, with occasional rain or snow. Yosterdav's record at the local office of tho Weather bureau: Maximum tempera ture, 60 degrees: minimum temperature, 33 degrees; mean temperature, CO degrees, which Is 7 degrees above the normal. Ac cumulated excess of temperature since tho first of the month, 31 degrees; nccumu : latcd execs? of temperature slnco January 1st, 53 degrees. Total precipitation from 6 p. m. to C p. in,, nono: accumulated cxcea ' of prcclpluitlon since tho first of tho month, .CI Inch: accumulated c.vccsn of I precipitation since tho 1st of January, 1.54 Inches. R. J. HYATT, Local Forecaster. TJ. S. Depai-tmcnt of Agriculture Weather Bureau, i Reports received at Salt Lalto City March 17, 13N. Observations taken nt all sta tions at S a, m., 75th meridian time: rf; Temperature. v Other Points Max. Mln. Denver CI oar.... 34 28 Grand Junction Pt. Cldy....5S 3S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 March 1904

mMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM jH mMmWmMmMmljjmZ.''' 'f-ril'TnT'irin " " -- ' t ; ; ', ,.. BP '''',Mm ' ' ' ' 'i-- " " " ii"n 'i!gaHg aJfaMTB jj I 5 ' teE SAIP ILjjOJ TRTBUNEi FRIDAY MOKNTNG-, MAUCH 18, 1904. 9 ! ffljT The -ordinary every-day lifo of most of our women is a ceaseless treadmill of work. How much harder the daily tasks l fia K"mSStW become when some derangement of the female organs makes every movement' painful and keeps the nervous system all 'JryJ "33981111 I IV ! ' liiSB unstrung. One day she is wretched and utterly miserable; in a day or two she is better and laughs at her fears, thinking yijs t ff I tif (if fcbere k notnil,5 much tho matter after all ; but before night tho deadly baokache reappears, the limbs tromblo, tho lips 'mMSBaamkl jJS&Si W 1 m twitch it seems as though all the imps of Satan wore clutching her vitals; she "goes to pieces" and is flat on her back. SwF 1 "Mlliiq H Xw&p r No "o111 ought to arrive at this terriblo state of misery, because these symp...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 March 1904

I n jl lo TgB Salt Lake Tbdtote: Friday MoKNiisrG, March 18. 1904. iH f"WANT ADS" CASH RATES 10o pen- line first insertion. 5c per lino each subsequent insertion. No nd. to occupy less space than two lines. Your "want ad." will bo ac cepted and 'phoned to The Salt Lake Tribune offlco at rogular rates by tho following agonts: BRANCH OFFICES Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. 101 Main Street ! ; W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., ; 1 Corner Second South and State. ' 1 SHERWOOD PHARMACY, I C02 South State. I i LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand ' Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd "West and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, 511 West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, ! I corner Second South and Third !fl East. W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su I gar Houso. t & II FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. II A THOROUGHBRED BULL TERRIER II pup; color brindle. Address Y 56. Tribune. II FURNITURE OF THREE COM II plctoly furnished flats and flats for rent. II Box 1030. t!173 STEINWAY UPRIGHT PIANO. cheap; must be sold at once. C...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 March 1904

Wt ; The Saif La&e Trtbukb; Friday Moknctg, Mjlrch 18, 1904. n H 1 uintah people 1 Hatching moffat JmM There Is much speculation in Uintah county as to the route to be taken by GH the Moffat line. No definite choice has H yet been made, o course, as tho survey IS Is not yet completed, but It is antlcl- i ly pated that the party will be In about i IV . April 1st, 1? Indications seem to be In favor of the river canyon route, as the BTadc BM b easiest there. Much discussion. Iff c, 18 Bong on between the inhabitants o uf Vernal and Jensen as to which of these W two burps will be the lucky one, If not ft '; both. From the small amount of talk (a . that is being heard about tho roulo VtJ M Bolng- south of Blue Mountain, the Idea 11 seems to prevail that It has been aban- m M? doncd; but, Judging from the previous m fm procedure on the part of surveyors with 3 SK a view to the easing of matters for il B! the right-of-way agent, this does not I'l 1 signify as much as would appear. ! AP...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 March 1904

j I 12 The 8am1 Tj attic TioB'raoii Fiuday MoimrsiQ, jSJrch is, 1904. " ' I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD, if f f- Cloudy, -with 'occasional rain or 4- mow Is tho weather programmo for -f 4- today, -f . a Employees of tho Z. C. L T. will glvo another ball in Christ onsen's hall on tho evening of March JMth. A new guard! vouso is to bo built at Fort Duchesne. It will be of brick, llfty feet square, with ono story and attic, and will cost MOW. Tho contract will bo lot from tho department headquarters In Donver. A special meeting of Lynd5. chapter, No. 1, Order Eastern Star, will b held at yr.-nilc hall thlo (Friday) t 73 p. m. 'llttlon). Members aro hereby no nd vlsltln" T-r.ibcrs cordially In vited A special organ lxcltnl complimentary; i. iaacuu miii company was Riven In tl.o Tabernacle Wednesday by Honry Giles. Only tho company and a few friends, numbering about ICO In all, were present. Mrs. Henry A. Luce received tho p.ad word of tho passing awy of her Bister, also her sister's husband, ...

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