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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 March 1904

IBF --- - - H ml. ' . """ JM i A M 4-4-4- 4-4-4-4. 4- f ft4-4-4-4-4-4-4;4;4- 4-4-':f:f . My J I jTHfo "" BILL'S EEITBB, 'B $ '4- NO NEED TO FAIL, -f H Tt "I ffl fl X H . ,T a. I Ay -(k "Drar Mn5i-BnfEto fefll fa -f Cotton giving Sully, who modo 4- flJ S 1 1 ''S ( g I B fflffi. iSL a dlvurrcf tho Bnipercr z -f J 4-Jjujythlng should try a classified ad 4- (iL ill y PL wLj lv I id vf lie Wffi' v; yxr ? y 4, TIME, na L tau-nfL time: to tell you 4- 11 MR iiSin THE TRIBUNE. They never 4- H i sy y' NT NT 2 "sy SP f 4. djL Toura,. BOLL." 4. ! HI :4- -t--f-r--f -r- -f.-f V. - m"' w MA.TH UK TODAY Partly cloudy JM . Vo:l. XlvVX. Sfo. 338. Salt Tjake City, Utah, Satutudat Moekiug, Masoh 19, 1904. 12 pages-five Gents. I I.! COTTON TOOK A TUMBLE li AND BEARS CRUSHED SULLY I Napoleon of the New York and New Orleans Rings ' Caaght "long" and Forced to the Wall-Failure jB;; That Shook the Speculative World. !! NEW YORK, March 18. Daniel J. j Sully, who has for fifteen jnonths been the largest figur...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 March 1904

I 2 THE &AJLT IiAJZE TTHBTOlE: SATUPDA-ir MOBSnSralAlOH 19, 1904:. 11 II NEW SCHEDULE OF I HATES TO ALASKA fl : SEATTLE, Wash., March ID. Tho Alaska Steamship association today fl agreed upon a schedulo of panson- M trcr rates to Nomo and tho Klon- jfl dilco for tho Beason o 1W4 as fol- -f- lows: M Nomo, first-class, uppor deck, -f 1 $100; main deck, $75; Intermediate, -f- M 4- W5; steerage, $40. H . -j- To Klondike llrst-class, $70; from Klondike, $100. 'rho freight rates to either district remain practically tho samo as last I -f year. 4- CALLS UPON CONGRESS ; TO INVESTIGATE ; I l ALL TRUSTS. H 5 3.ESOLUTION rNTROBUCED IN j THE HOUSE CALLING FOB THE j jj APPOINTMENT OF A COMMIT- j IJJ -r- TEE OF FiyE TO PROBE THE II BEEF AND OTHER COMBINES. ' I WASHINGTON, March IS. Repre- I sentatlve Hearst of New York today ln- - troduced a resolution providing for an I Investigation of the trust question by ti ! committee of Ave members of tho , j I House. The resolutions contain ten clause...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 March 1904

Hfliflflflfl HT. Jj,-. ... - - .m - : A - - . Ill , .-,r- 'iZZLL'l BflflM H j A " The SAiiT TiAirw Trebtob. Sathrdat Moknintg-, March 19, 1904. 3 J WITHIM THE DOMAIN F OTOH I j lilliBfeM!lflliillfWhlK H IN AND ABOUT H 9 tf j Uj TRIBUNE BRANCH OIPFICB, VfySf ; M 2466 Washington Avo., Telephone 111 U M BUbUo DOClGrt GUIL1Y ft; AND MUST PAY A FINE S Androw Peterson, Alias GTay, Bj Mulcted of $10 for Practloing HK' Without a License, flYBi 1 Kv dpocjal to The Tribune OGDEN, Utah, March 13. -Androw Po- jH torson, alias Gray, -who was arrested WW Thursday night for representing himself IvM j to bo a physician, was arraigned beforo IHJL ' Judge Howell ycatorday on a charco of fl practicing modlclno without a license. Ho ym MOTIONS HEARD AND ORDERS tWt ENTERED IN DISTRICT COURT M mW , Special to Tho Tribune. iSW I OGDBN, March IS- Tho following mat- & 1 1 tera camo beforo Judgo Rolapp In tho Dls- JSj C trlct court yesterday: . 1 ; Davidson vs. Munscy: hearing In mat- i tor of talcing de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 March 1904

4 'XECE BAKP XtAKB TRIBlEfcJB: SATXJBDAY MOInCisGr, MARCH 19, 1904:. e 1 lte jjpbulg rilmne. !l Issued every morning by Salt Lako Trlb- I uno Publishing Company. PERRY S. H HBATlf, Publisher and General Mana- r I i gor. - I lit TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. II i Dally and Sunday Tribune, one week. J .25 1 1 Dally and Sunday, one month l.W j ! Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 M i Dally and Sunday, thrco months .... a.TO 1 1 Dallv and Sunday, one year 12.00 II Sunday Tribune, one year -00 Sunday Tribune, six months l.W Seml-Wcekly Tribune, ono year l.w : . All remittances and business letters II ahould be addressed to ', j TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. I j Salt Lake City, Utah. J ! S. C. Beckwlth, Special Afrcncy. Solo r , Eantorn Advertising Apent. Eastern of- I' flee. 43-4-M5-47--J9--10 Trlbuno Bulldlnp, Now 1 I York. Western office. 010-512 Tribune j I Building, Chicago. Ill Entered at the Postofllce of Salt Lako If 1 1 City ns second-class matter. , jj Washington Bureau National Hotel. j ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 March 1904

BANCROFT TO LIVE I j IN SALT LAKE General Manager Will Have Head- quarters in This City Speaks of H Short Lino Depot and Shops. PH W. IT. Bancroft, general raanaa;er of yW the Union Pacific system, 1b to continue to make his home and headquarters in PL. j1 Bait Lake City. This decision, which 1? Ak , hns only been mudn known by Mr. yjw A Bancroft, Is of rcreat interest and lm- iffx 1 portance to the neoplo of 6alt Lake. it P "While it does not mean necosyarily that (I M i the irenernl headquarterB of the Union '? S , Pacific Is to bo removed from Omaha if tw;' to tills city, It does mean that much of I JK' the headquarters business must bo I H?i transacted from this point, necessltat- -.Hj i Ing the employing hero of a largely In- :mW'- creased force of clerks and greatly add- .iK Iner to the Importance of Salt Lake as 'fK;, a railroad center. The principal rea- HK, eon for the general manager's arriving Hr at this decision In recard to the loca tlon of his headquarters is doubtless...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 March 1904

111 6 The Salt :Lajte Tiubtote: Saturday Mokntn Iarch 19, 190. I I fMlNE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL. ) Will PUT UP A j BRAN' NEW SAMPLER I Plant to Be Installed at Bingham II j Con. Smelter Heavy Tonnages II Necessitate It. j J To perfect its equipment the man Hi iag-ement of the Bingham Con. smelter I ! will, within the next thirty days, be i Kin the construction of an up-to-date jj sampler, for which space under the jlJI main roof was reserved when that lljl structure was reared. Hitherto the I'M sampling of Bingham Con. ores, as J well as the product of Its customers. lUJ Qias been through other channels: but iffl tno vo'ume nas increased so rapidly Hi that Its own sampler Is made a neces INI elty. The plant will, It Is said, be au jfjl itomatlc throughout, the capacity to III provide for approximately 1000 tons of if II ore da'lv tn's t0 ntiss on without fur ill thor hftndllnK to the furnaces. At prcs 1(1 ont -M0 management of the smelter Is 'HI reducing over 600 tons of ore...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 March 1904

M x THE SJn7TXSK2!J TmuTEr SATmnTMOROTNG:, MABCTC Itf, 1904. T - . i j IN REALM Of BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS !!' ANOTHER OFFISH DAY FOR BULLS AND BEARS Wall Street Stocks Opened Active find Higher, Then Camo a Slump, 'I Followed by a Slide. 'I NEW YORK. March IS, Thcro was a j rather pronounced taporlng off of tho j buying: movement In stocks today and tho market proved unablo to withstand the J weight of tho realizing sales, aggravated J by the Sully failure. The reduction of tho short lntorost nc ,1 compllshed by yesterday's nctlvo buying loft the market more vulnerable- Dut yes f torday's advanco had Induced some hopes of a furthor rise and brought Into tho markot this morning; a slightly Increased 1 demand. Some of the largo "wire" com mission houses sent out markot letters ' last night which were framed In a moro , bullish tone than any similar output for many weeks past. The result wo9 a period of strength dur i lng tho early part of the day, Another sustaining factor has...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 March 1904

j I j 8 Tee Sajlt Lake Tejb"otte: Satueday MohshdstGs Sltecn: 19, 1904. fl 1' EHieH i 3ASTILLA SPRINGS TO HAVE BALL TEA! Caetllla Sprlncs, tho popular Utah coun ty, rosort, is to have a baseball team. Thomas- Gunn, manager of hist year's i (Jaldcr's park team, 1b now at work on ! 'ho proposition, and from prcijent lndlcu- 1 l J ilona tho Springs will have a toiun that .'j j will mako a strong hid for tho amateur championship of tho State. I B Mnnaijer Gnnn leaves today for Castllla I n lo perfect nrrungumentM for lHtlnjc up the I j U Ktxninds, und n3 soon as tho weather per- j H Mix tho ontlro team will go to the Spring" 'd j i D1 i or pruotlco work. 1 a Tho team will be composed of men jf ' H ploked from the different clubs In the M amateur leapo of last season. Following la tho prospectivo lhic-up as ' announced last evening by Manag-cr , Gunn; Pitchers. Ames. Nophl Thomas. H , Aah and Thurrlot; catchers. Oatlor nnd v Gardner: Inllolders. Alma Gunn, Tovey. Marx. MaiKCtts, Clifford...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 March 1904

JSI i " - - ' tbdb Bam? iake THiBranai satotuday moistqtg-, jMakoh iy, ieui - - -. 8 ! I :PAULETS OF MAJOR- j GENERAUOe WOOD fH -TSenato Confirms Nomination "Which HI Carries Promotion, for Many vM Army Hon. 1 y' . WASHINGTON, March 18. Gen. W J7 Leonard Wood today was confirmed I y A Major-General by the Senate, tho vote vf "toeing 45 to 16, The rank dates from r 4h August S, 1903, tho day President Roose- 'W ve' rmce tno promotion, ir w J The contest ftgainBt his confirmation M Jb j '"began on, November 19, 1903, eoon after H jk j Congress convened In special session, B? I and continued through tho prefient ets- m. j slon until today. I When death removed Senator Hanna I. j trom the opposers of Gen. Wood only ; wo jkcpu oucans remainea in tne mi- Wm j norlty. Thoy wore Senators Scott, a ,K member of tho Military Affairs com- Hf jnlttee and Senator Kittredge. WW THE VOTE. HH Five Democratic Senators voted -with EH tho majority In favor of confirmation. MHiLC' They are Senators Cock...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 March 1904

m m WW HI 10 The Salt Lake Tkljuito: Satlrdat Moroxg. March 19, 1904, "WANT ADS"' CASH RATES 10c por line first Insertion. 6c per lino each subsequent Insertion. No ad. to occupy less pac than two line. Your "want ad." will be ac cepted and 'phoned to The Salt Lako Tribune office at rognlar rates by tho following agents: I BRANCH OFFICES Qodbc-Pitts Drug Co. 101 Main Street W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Comer Second South and Stato. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 602 South State. LEAVER DRUG CO , Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN. DRUGGIST, 511 Weflt Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third East. W R CLARK DRUG STORE. 11th East and 12th South, Su i gar House. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FTTRNTTT-RTC OF LODGING HOUSE, Inquire at C K W Powers, 2SG Main tir-M EGOS VOn HATi IIINc,. BARRED Rocks. Mlnorcn. Wyandotte Brown Leg horn. $1 per setting Will furnish eggs f.r Jncur-nto, s t- per dozen 3 blk S. K 7th 6o. and 11th East. tir32 Q001) OlTrn'OK P. I SI...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 March 1904

ss "WJ"JtT ; a- , i - -- - - . ...., M Tee Saip Lakhs Teebxtne; Saturday MOKNING-, MARCH 19, 1904. '11 1 SENATE ASKS ABOUT 1 A PENSION CHANGES 1 House Sends Army Appropriation Bill to Conference Post- H office Affairs. RjJ WASHINGTON, March IS. Tho Sen- 1 jA ate today adopted the following offered I y Jjf vWy Overman: mm "That tho Secretary of the Interior J7' be and he Is hereby directed to Inform if, X "First, whether an order has recent- j w X- ly Deen Issued enlarging the pension B' net of Jnnc 27, 1S90, and amendments I j9r j as to disabilities of application for pen- r .K' Blon, and If so, to send to the Senate i a copy of said order. '. 'Efc ' j "Second, by what amount, If any, will . I'.V BRld order probably Increase pensions UK 1 annually, particularly whon the samo j shall become fully operative." HT j The Senate passed tho House bill ' H' approving the act of tho Territorial Wg' Legislature of Arizona authorizing a KB I bond issue of $100,000 for the cnlarge- B j irient o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 March 1904

jjj 12 Tmi Sim Tiffins ri-raosr5ii sir5&ir iaOjich: 19; tso&r ' f flM II CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. t 1 ff ' i 9 '" Cloudy and unsettled la tlio fore- -f I 9 rf- caot of tho weather for today. -f I i . If 9 "Walter Broom, IS years old, died at St. K Mark's hospital yostorday morning after R a. prolonged Illness, A week ago tho boy 8 H "WiB operated on for appondloltlo and f never rallied fully from tho effoctu of it. I "W. O. Tripp arrived In tho city last I night from Seattle, Wash., with tho body of his father. Francis L. Tripp. Tho no 1 tlce of tho funoral will bo found In Its ap 1 proprlato placo In this paper. 1 Practically every teachor in tho oily I will greet President Angell In Barratt hall 1 at 10 o'clock this morning, when tho great M educator delivers hit lecture Tho prln- j clpals invited Prof. "W. A. Wotzell to pro- i ' paro a musical programmo and ho has i. I 1 arranged for Prof. Wlllard. "WIehe- to glv I ; a violin sole, aud MIsb Agatha Bcrkhool I ; a vocal solo,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

l " 4 T WEATHER TODAY Partly cloudy, with local rain or 'snow. ) Vot,. XI.YI. No. 339. ' ' Salt Laktd City UtahvShotat MOROT3sTG. IVIabch 20, 1904, 32 PHGES.Fivb Obto. I COTTON KING NAPPING lA . WHEW BEARS MADE THEiB RAID jBli . Dethroned Spoculator Expects to Pay Out and Says That B! the Crash Would Not Have K' Occurred Had He Been Glv- V en a Few Days1 Extension, BU ' -svmTVTAT. ASSIGNMENT OP THE JM TAILED HM'S AFFAIRS IS k MADE TO JOSEPH PL HOADLEY 3H; MS. SULLY UNABLE TO Mil MAKE ANY ESTIMATE OF HIS 1, LIABILITIES SOME OBJEC- l TIONS RAISED TO ASSIGNEE. ikiPl B'fel NEW YORK, March 19. Just lie- foro leaving his offlco today Mr. 4 tjj -f- Sully mado a statemont In which B. tji 4 ho Bald his troubles had been 4 jK F 4 brought In by unforsccn clrcum- 4 B' W 4- stances, and that If ho had bean 4 K-l 4. to axrango his ultalrs It would not 4 H lj 4 havo been necessary for him to 4 K -A ffi 4 havo assigned. He was unablo to 4 f " 4 my estimate of his liabilities 4" Hflj J 4- Mr. Hoadle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

I- FOB THE FESTIVE REDSKINS Senate Committee Concludes Consid eration of Indian Appropria tion BilL WASHINGTON. March 19. The Sen ate Committee on Indian Affairs con cluded consideration of the bill making appropriations for the Indian depart? mont, and will report to the Senate Monday next. Aa amended by the Senate committee much additional legation is included, which for the most part relates to the :. Indian Territory. Among othor things the committee Incorporated in the bill ' appropriations to carry Into effect treaties with the Klamath and Modoc tribes and the Yaahoskln baud of Snake Indians In Oregon, $537,500. It has been provided by the Senate committee that any person who la now, or who may be In the employ of the United States, shall be prohibited from purchasing, leafing or taking any in terest In any Indian lands, the distri bution of which- was pending during such person's employment, until after , the expiration pf two years from the termination of such employments I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

j j THE SAIT TiflTKUl TKEBTJOTJi STOTDAT MOKNTfTG-. MAECH 20, 1904. 8 I NEW BARRACKS FOB BOISE CITY, IDAHO How $300,000 Appropriated for the j "Work of Reconstruction. Will j Bo Apportioned. 'BY A. P. PHILIPS. yu Tribuuo Bureau. 1? A National Ilotol, t y jS "WASHINGTON, D. C, March 19. J Idn c In these dispatches mention has been HX ; made that tho War department would rjfi :' likely spend tho sum of 5300,000 In tho '' A : Improvement of tho barracks at Boise, I Ida. Senator Hcyburn has had scv- f Jm ; eral conferences with authorities at the rji War ofllce on the subject and soino 'jBtj' correspondence. The sum of $1,750,000 1 named in the army appropriation bill," which has passed the House, for fcBf' 1 improvements of barracks and quarters jE.'' at tho several posts throughout tho H.s country, and with this amount, accord- j lng to LleuL-Gcn. Chaffee, chief of K1 P 6taff, it la not deemed improbable that lE a uufllclent allotment may be made to H ; make Bolao post a regimental on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

PUN TO CHOOSE COUNTY DELEGATES fl Republican Committeemen Meet and P R Fix tho Time and Method of Open- Jv ing the Campaign of 1904. II ' Tho Republican commltteo of Salt jj Lake county met at tho Knutsford 1 1 Saturday afternoon for tho purpose of V- 11 1 fixing the tlmo and manner of selecting: ' delegates to the Republican State con- i II ventlon to. bo hold In this city April Sth. ' 1 I Chairman Dennis C. Eichnor, Secretary 1 J. U. Eldredge, Jr., and tho following lji committeemen' were presont: I ;. T j First Precinct J. R. Valentine, TV. ij S. Glesey (by proxy). . Ji Second Precinct W. R. Jones, Jr., t Charles Cottrell, Jr. ' J Third Precinct W. A. Edwards, T. jr A. Calllstcr (proxy for George Davis). II Fourth Precinct A- A. Butler, J. E. 5 1 Darmer. . j i Out-o-Town Committeemen Charles ; 'I H. Roberts, Bingham; K. N. Nordbcrg, ; fll "West Jordan; R. Knudson. Big Cotton- J j wood: J. C Mackey, Granger. I j! All but two of tho committeemen I I wero represented In person or by...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

- ' " -- --- - '-----TMriihiTlftiMtt ' . -... jB !11 TALK TO TEACHERS fl BYJj. ANGELL ojl 'l Local Educators' Given Some Splondid H Advice by an Instructor of H Long Experience. Over fivo hundred teachers assembled at the Barrat hall yesterday morning Wv A and listened to a highly profitable and y e&ucatlonnl lecture by President Angell J on tlie subject, "Reflex Influenco of the X Teacher's Profession." : 1 B' wa" introduction at the begln- rr ' nlng of his speech the doctor again re- h . pcated his admiration vfor Utah's sons ! at Ann Arbor, and declared that their jft conduct spoke well for their State and jft the homes from which they come. JM .jp "For more than thirty years, during ifi which time I have been associated with II f , Michigan, I do not recall ,one case In ' 2 which wo have been 'bilged to censure k S,Jv or rebuke young men from his State." IVuK- , After commenting briefly on the ad- li' vantages and the disadvantages which r Wmu result from the study or practi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

j The Saip JLakb Tbibxjkb: Sidspay Moiusxy lrch 20, 1904. I AROUND THE CLOCK IN WORLD OF SPORT I I J JOCKEY IS WELL PAID I Grover Cleveland Fuller Gets I I $ J 000 for Less Than Two II .Minutes Work. I . J ( Only a couple of. seasons ago the carn- Ing capacity of Jockey Grover Clcvc- , land Fuller was exceedingly mcngei', but time changes things, and Saturday at New Orleans Fuller rode the colt I Ostrich to victory in the Crescent City Derby, and ho was paid at tho rato of :" 532.131 an hour for hlB Gorvicfis. Ostrich took tho measure of Capt. S. S. Brown's colt Auditor, and he ran , tho mile and a furlong journey In 1 mln- i itte 52 1-G seconds. Fuller had the i j mount, and nfter the race G. L. Rich ards, owner of Ostrich, presented the i boy with a $1000 bilL Paid for at tho rate of tlmo he worked, tho Jockey re ceived JS.93 a second, or 532,134 an hour, a sum which probably comes near to tho rate of income of John D. Rocke feller. J Auditor's race In the Derby was so far abovo e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

BP ' " - S ! - - ' ' " The Salt IjAXE TraBTOo:: Sundax Mobnictg. March. 20, 1904. , 7 I Epitome of ji is HE THE li ITT NotQ ,n Rino 0 A T HIO QinUI C And 0n tho , Jvents of lygtBl Or I UL Mil 1 Diamond, ' fjf g ffJ MnMlJLlL RaCe C"rSe j I TWO MORE ELDERS I ' ARE BAPTIZED Phil TiTiller and Andy Donovan Be- m j$ como Saints Elmer Meredith. May VAl Return Baseball Gossip. I jE They're at it agajn. Not content with " m ' sUjnlns tnreo new men during the past V ik.J week, tho management of tho Salt Lako I association yesterday added two more I 'Kt names to tho list of diamond sharks ' H;' vrho are to represent Zion in the cham- JK- plonship raco this summer. 'R' Phil Millar and Andy Donovan are frfF. the new men. Both are sccqnd basc- IjK.' ' men and both hall from Ohio. Miller B' played in the Buckeye State league last j year and made a great record. In flfty- WmW! ' two games at second-ho fielded .932 and in thirty-six games at the Initial sack IH. his average was .976, Miller batted ....

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

ill' 8 CHE S-AXiT IiAJOj TEIBinSTE: StOSTDAY M'OR!NTN'G MjUCH 20, 1904:. . IK IN AND ABOUT jj K TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE!, m 2S6 Washington Ave, Telephone- 111 J IRkPUBLIGAN PRIMARIES TO BE HELD APRIL 1ST "Weber County Committee- Meets, F.ipces Representation and Pills n, Vacancy. BpaclrtS to Tho Tribune. OGDEN, March 19. The Republican county central committeo met this af ternoon, and fixed the dato for tho primaries for tho selection of delegates to the Stato convention for Friday, April ltit- The delegates are. to bo se lected bi' districts, the total representor tion of tho county amounting to forty Chalnnan Agec was unanimously in ' dor&ed by tho committee to succeed Col. Hayes, who resigned as State com mitteeman from "Weber county. No committeeman can be elected by tho local ottznmlt'teo, and, by unanimous vote, they asked the State convention to recognize Mr. Agee as the successor of Col. Hayes. Tho committee also Indorsed tho can didacy of F. J. Hendershott as tempo rary c...

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