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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

t The Sjott Lajce Tbibtoste: Sukdat Moenxn"g3 Maech 20, 1904; 29 fl I JESTIONSanoANSWERS ! il TO GRANT, Ida, March 10. "What Is the moaning of St. Patrick's day and why is it a. great day with the Irish? 2. 1 H ' A has a steer that weighs 1400 pounds; I oHI B has a steer that weighs 1100 pounds, H and they ship these steors together and agree that A's steer Is worth 1 cent per pound more than B's, and they sell these steers for G cents per pound; what (Toes A's steer come to, and also B's? A Subscriber. 1. It Is the anniversary of the birth of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ire land. 2. The sale of both steers real ized 5125. Of this, A should receive $76.16, for hl3 1400-pound steer, at $5.44 per hundred, and B, $48.84 for his 1100 pound steer, at $4.14 per hundred; thus are all conditions of the problem met. GRAND JUNCTION, Colo., March 12. What Is pip as it appears In chick ens, pigeons or fowls? Is It an affec tion of the tongue or bill? Subscriber, A standard definition of pi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

v fl y i 30 Teds Salt IAXE Teibuotb: Sunday MoeotngIauch 20, 1904. i I Odd Cangles Word definitions, unless otherwise rtatcd, are according to "Webster's Inter i atlonal Dictionary, Llpplncotfn Gnzct icr or Phillip's Dictionary of Biography loference. Original contributions will bo olcomed. Communications for this dc j artment to bo addressed to E. R. Chnd 1 uourn, Lowlston, Me. 19. A JUIJY PARTY Flnd the following In tho abovo picture: 1. A bird. 2. A wild animal. 3, A subordl- ( I' ate sentence. -1. A stop. 6. A dupe. 6. A Ixlnd of nag. 7. A spiced condiment for utata. 8, A plant 9. A mlnoral. HL EM DEE. 19W. CHARADE. Dear William If It vroro not you And that, I know you really caro, But dear mo. this will never do Papa has bot I will not doro Within tho TWO nineteen and four A certain serious question OBk. You know this year has one day more Than other years for oaao or taxki And if. perchance, I ovorONE The boundo a raalden'o foot should, bora, You'll o'on forcivo sinco It was d...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

The Salt Lake Teibune: Sunday Motzntng, Mltich: 20 1904. 31 H A STORY OP THE OLD WEST. fM When Wilderness Was King: a Talo of Ifl the Illinois Country. By Randall Parrlsb. Vv "With six pictures In full color and other mxI decorations by Troy and Margaret West . ry. . Kinney. Published by A. C. McClurg & 1 K JS - "0', Chicago. jj T A forclblo reminder of the days and ways 1 L 4 of lhe nra,rlc ILnd tno fon?st a Uttlo less Wm; X tliftn a hundred years ago. A young farm- IT A' er lad on the Upper Maumec Is called by J an obligation of his father to go to Fort i m Dearborn to bring home the "little girl" of U 1, an old comrado of tho Revolutionary war B A' who was dying at Fort Dearborn, later B R,. Chicago. It was a perilous Journey, tho JkBt savages woro out for blood, and all the In- j? jV. genultles and carofulncss of frontier traln- 8 B Ing were put to their uses In getting I- M; through unscathed. On tho way the hero, I., AV , John Wayland, falls In with "one Captain 3pf 1 do C...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

f 1 32 The Salt Lake Tbibttte: stotday" Moiling, Makcii 20, 1904. tf '( 1 H9W TO ACPREM: GRECIAN BEND ( "It's a. moral .sin to the dressmaker for -i '8 a woman to flop," taid Miss Elizabeth A. Pffl W1,,t0' President of tha Dressmakers' il Protectlvo association nt tho Musonlc tcmplo rccontly. "What's worse, they'll - m nover got tho Grecian bond IC they do flop, ' 'I ! jind without the Grecian bond they might I I as well bo In darkest Africa or all tho at tention they'll attract, All they havo to do to got lc Ig to walk on tho bail oC tho foot, with tho knees stiff walking on the knoes, that's what It Is, It's walking on tho knees that elves Individuality to a man or woman. "It Is not now It Is natural. It was tho thine last year, but now they're Just be ginning to recognlzo the fact that every woman can got 1L I don't enro how fat alio Is or how thin nho Ib, wo'll glvo hor a good figure if she'll only havo some car riageand wo don't need hip pads, bus tles, or anything eveopt stiff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 March 1904

! ' l WEATHER TODAY Pair. - Vol. XXVI. :no. 340. Saxt Lajke City, Utah, Monday Moknictg-, Iarch 21, 1904, io phges..five cents. 1 L DECKS 0FDPpJ OFF PORT ARTHUR 1 t Rl LONDON, March 21. A correspond- I ent of the Times, describing the fight I I ( on March Oth between "the Russian and I r Japanese torpedo boats,- confirms the 1 li 'es of, the fierceness of the contest. I A fa pessels were so close that the Rus- -LHv v aV threw charges of explosives on li - tnbrfylge of one of the Japanese boats. ) 'A These; however, failed to detonate. All jfV,j;i the vessels engaged were more or leas 1 I i ' ; damaged. The Japanese losses were six ' ' l"1 ! killed and eight wounded. That the jj ) Russians were defeated, in spite o j I A . their superior numbers, Is due to the better shooting of the Japanese and the , J 1- j fact that the Russian vessels were y . ji i' armed with threo-pound guns, while flWjl -i ' the armament of the Japanese ships Hft kli TVns made up of slx-pounders. In reference t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 March 1904

2 ... TTTTl SAJLTliAKE TRIBUNE: MONDAY MOICNTSTG, MAECH 211904. ' H I. VETERANS OPPOSE LYNCHING Mississippi Confederates Call Upon Comrades to Prevent Burning at the Stake. GRENADA, Miss., March 20. An antl nchlng crusade has been Inaugurated by ho W.R. Barksdalc camp. United Con rderatc Veterans, of this city. Significant esblutlons were unanimously adopted at i largely attended meeting of tho camp. Tho veterans "unalterably oppose the vnchlng of a human being, save perhaps or the one unmentionable crime; vlolent v, vehemently and eternally oppose tho ractlve of burning a human being for my crlrao wliatsovor; appeal to all Con oderato veterans, to their wives and laughters, and to the Daughters of tho onfederapy. to arise In their might and clp put a stop to this diabolical, bar baric, unlawful. Inhuman and ungodly rime of burning human beings; and icartlly approve the action of Gov. Voxd iman In his' recent Successful efforts to ave a criminal from a mob bont on jurnlng." SENATE A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 March 1904

Ill THE SALT TiATTF, TRIBUNE; MOiNDAY MOKNI2stG, MAIICK 21, 1904. 3 3f IN ABOUT J OGDEN I 9 TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, I III , DISTRICT SUNDAY-SCHOOL m CONVENTION CONTINUES Mjjf I Labor Union to Settle Differences Jt fS ''; ' With Trainmen at Meeting "(f V I ' ' Tonight t Special lo Tho Tribune. OGDEN", Itlarch 'JO. There was a. largo uttendnnco at today's session of the dls- trlct Sunday-school convention. Tho foa- turcH of the programme wero the Inter mediate and second Intermediate- classes, presided over by "Walter Bramwell of Morgan county and John Y. Peters of Box Elder. The theological elates was In chargo of WUford 2l. ISIcKcndrlok of Wo ber county, and tho choristers and organ ists, under tho direction of Jamca W. Urc. Jr., of Weber. Tho superintendents and Hecrctarlcj' departmcntH was under tho i.'lrectlun of Thomas It. Evans and "W. R. Emraett of "Weber. During tho nftcrnoon the stalco board's mooting waa addressod by Superintendent L3 John D. Potora of Box Elder and In tho e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 March 1904

jj i rt . THE SAITJLAKE TRIBTOTEi MOjTOAY MOKNTNTr, jVIaUCH 21, 1904. m nt9 -j IH I Issued every moraine by Salt Inko Trlb- uno Publishing Company. PERRY S. H HEATH, Publlshor and Gcnorol Mnna- . gor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, fl ! Daily and Sunday Tribune, one weck.J .M Dally nnd Sunday, one month 1-(X) 1 Dally and Sunday, two montha 2.OT Hf Dally and Sunday, throe months .... 3.C0 mm Daily and Sunday, one year Sunday Tribune ono year 2.00 mm Sunday Tribune, six months J-OO K- , Semi-Weekly Tribune, one year 1.60 1 All remittances and business lcttora H.' should be addressed to IH. 1 TRIBUNE PUBLISHING- COMPANY, Hfe Salt Lnkq City, Utah. S. C. Beckwlth, Special Ajrenoy, Sole Eastern AdvettlsInK Agent- Eastern of- JK Jlce, 43-H-45-47-49-49 Tribune Building. Now 'inS York. Western offlco, C10-C12 Trlbuno wM' Building, Chlougo. NP9 No communication In relation to publl- flSfl cation In or business for Tho Trlbuno Igfl should be nddrc.scd to any Individual or ! I officer of this corporati...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 March 1904

ll 'it ' H m ( The S.&ir Lake Tbtbtooi: Mojtday Morning-, march 21, 1904, 5 ! ASSASSIN BOOTH'S I OLD PRISON RAZED B Senator Kearns Born in Ontario Millions in Gold Double Eagles jj Coined Daily. I BY A. F. PHILIPS. Tribune Bureau, m I National Hotel, V '! V WASHINGTON, D. C, March 20. ) Improvements of the Washington j barracks now under way have resulted I In the destruction of some hlstorlo structures, landmarks which "Washlng tonlans have pointed to for many years, j Amons them Is the old District of Columbia penitentiary, which was opened for the Incarceration of crlml nels in 1S31. It was In this prison that the con- eplrators to assassinate Lincoln were t confined, and within Its walls four of i them were tried, sentenced and cx- ij : ecu ted. They were Payne, Atzeratt, Herold and Mrs. Surratt. Within the walls of this old structure it Is eald the body of the assassin of 3 Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth, was burled In a. grave under the middle window on the first fioor of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 March 1904

i I 6 The S.Air Lake Tribxjte: Mojjdatt MojmEsG Majxch 21, 1904. 1 ( MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL j Hi 9v I UTAH MINES ON 1 . ATLANTIS SHORES Depression in Daly West a Mystery Hj to the Talent Candid State- ments by Broker Child. H With but little demand for Daly West that on tho present market Is affording ..Jts nhareholders 25 per cent per annum JE and other securities correspondingly jH depressed there Is not much Inducement I 'for thoso promoting: the legitimate to H ko East In search oi a "sinkingfund," H ""said William H- Child, the mining brok- H . 'C-r and mining man, on his return from H the cities of the Atlantic yesterday. On 9. IT the contrary, he views It protty much B , si a waste of time, money and onergy. fl ' - and yet every man, perhaps, has a clr- H ile of poreonal friends who may be ready to join him on his personal as H durance that the undertaking is a mer- H Jtorlous one. Added to a widespread H -'Indifference In the East toward Invost- jH . ment are th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 March 1904

TH3B SAITlaAmB TB30BTOTE; MOSTDAY HORNXtsTG, MAJtOH 21. 1904. t I SPOKE IN PARABLES !I Cautious Utterances at the I Tabernacle. V WAS GREEK TO OUTSIDERS But the Initiated Had No diffi culty In Understanding. .'' ...Apostlo ClawBon. Preaclied Against Brichom City Musi dans; Hinted at Beauties of Polygamy. Much that wua Baid la tho Tabernacle sterday afternoon by Apostlo Rud- M ger Olawson and Presidont Angus M. Cannon was unintelligible to thos from out tho palo of ZIon, but, to thoso Mv W who could penetrate tho veil of words, Itfltf iK- boUl B0rmon8 strongly sustained the "principle" of coleaUol marriage, If I V jl motaphyslc3 of the" Bpealcers, tho Mor- St f 11 mons woro not, and many a forvont MJ fl "Amonl" greotcd tho Implications, I rather than the utterancos. oC tho apos- a tie and president. 1 Whon Apostlo Clawson eald. "Mll- Ll ii Hons of Bplrlt3 look forward to securing I thoso bodies, for thoro Is not a fulness L of joy for thoso spirits In -the spirit y world which havo n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 March 1904

8 THE SaIT liAKE TBTOTTNIS; MOXDAY MOTUST MAJCH 21, 1904. I' "WANI APS"81 CASH RATES 10c per lino first insertion. 5c per lino each subsequent Insertion. No nd. to occupy less spaco than two lines. Your "want ad." will bo ac cepted and 'phoned to The Salt Lako Tribune office at regular rates by tho following agents: BRANCH OFFICES Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. 101 Main Street. W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Second South and State. SHERWOOD PHARTiTACY, 602 South State. LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand I Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd "We?t and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN. DRUGGIST, 511 "West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third w. r. ulare: DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su- j gar House. f i II j DIED. JOHNS.-In this city March 20. 1S04. Jamca A. Johns, a. natlvo of England, aged o2 i years. , , I Remains will bo shipped to Eureka this evening by O'Dpnncll & Co. for Interment ' Deceased -was hurt In tho May Day mine n. week ago. He was a member of Eureka i lodge No. CO, I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 March 1904

rMB 4. ' The Basis Jj&kb TniBtosrEi Mootday Moeotistg, March 21, 1904. . 9 H BAFES. . f H neJw or 2nd-hand. casit. trade I ortrms. Sorenscn-Stoutt Co., -12 E. 2nd S. lH TO TRADE. I l LIGHT TEAM. HARNESS AND WAG- I on for building lot. Address P. O. bx I W A PHYSICIANS AND SUEGEONS. Wki v .ARE TOU SICK? CAN NOBODY TJr X e!irc you? Then try tho Spirit physicians, Wit i they heal through me. Come and see me Mrs. W. Hcln, 35 W. 5th So. allOS VM "WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN liq . Lulu Brooks, M, D., Constitution blk lV ' . 31272 lM PLUMBING. il H. B. DAVIS. PLUMBING. HEATING I 3 jg Bewor work. Tel. 1371-Y. 123 E 2nd So " St OPTICIANS. COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO., 230 MAIN ,HB "Wholesale and retail mnnuf. opticians. flffi5 BUSINESS CHANCES. 3 M BY APPLYING AT ONCE THE RIGHT illdtt TCan can sccuro permanent position as jXflm local sales manager; salary J1E0 per ffS'B month; opportunity for advancement; rof- Mll' crences required. Address National Art ill & Calendar company, Drawer 614, De...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 March 1904

, ' CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. ' ; Paul Ncldtn. tho son of William A. Ncl- 1 Son, wns operated on at St. Mark's hospl- f tol on Saturday for appendicitis. The operation was successful, and tho patient i , Is progressing very well. j ! Tho lecture which Fisher Harvls was to 3j ' deliver at Unity hall lost night on tho sub- m jeet, "Tho Future of Utah. ' did not come 3 1 off, owing tn the Indisposition of .Mr. Har- 1 '( rls. It will probably bo delivered next T, JSunday. Mr. Harris will bo on deck as ) : usual today. j , ., - i 1 James Jones, tho miner whoso skull was l fractured at the May Day mine at Tlntlc last week, died at the Koogh-Wrlght hos- -i I 3ltnl yesterday morning. Tho deceased - was a member of tho local Odd Follows H ' lodge, and will be burled with Uiclr rites: ? I tho funeral arrangoncnts nro not yet - '! I completed. ITo was unmarried :ind leaves " i no family. i I a Ati attractlvo programmo has beon ar ranged for the meeting of tho Unity club . this evening. MIes Boett...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 March 1904

4 t& fltfT ' $ 4-4- 4::f 4-4-4-4-4-4-4; I L S JL I ft i wil Wfcr" 1 frfk CAN THE JAPS WINP f IF THE RUSSIANS WIN '(L ib fflfk, B Tf f S IS IB 1 IbtS A 1 ll I I ll H 1 1 PerhnpB Ul' j0"'1' thm is - and thore Is only ono way to do if B (Cs Ll B S-ym,' ft 1 P 'S flehtlne UiOnTiyt WEATHER TODAY Fair. Vol. XLTVX No. 341. Salt Lao Citt, Utajt, Tuesday Moeimg, March 22, 7 904:, - 12 phgbs.five Cents. If BRISTOW HAS ANOTHER ' 9 UNEASY TIME ON STAND II flonse Committee Asked the Fourth Assistant Post m masterGeneral Some Pointed Questions Regarding J I His Report, Which Be Was Dnable to Answer. !! wtASHINGTON, March 21. The JU McCall committee today con- V Untied consideration oC the report from the Fostofflce 'department concerning: members of Congress, Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Bristow continuing' his testi mony. Mr. Burton asked Mr. Bristow If the clerk hire allowances were not made according to secret regulations in the Postofflce department. "There is a schedule, I underst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 March 1904

PHIPIIEmL: wmmmMMmmmMMmmmMMMmmMmmMmmmMMmm ftr" MMmMMMUmMMMUmMMMUmMMMUmMMumMMMMMMuUmMMM I jj I 2 The Salt IAEJs Texbihste: Tuesday Morxdstg, Mjikch 22, 1904. H iST. LOUIS EXPOSITION AND LABOR UNIONS movement on Foot to Hake Exposi tion Non-Union, nnd Follow It With General Fight. ; j NEW YORK. March 21. To make the St. Louis exposition a strictly non-union affair and after It Is over to throw the page of battle down to the unions In , that city Itself Is the declared purpose ' of a concern that has contracted to fur nlsh employment at the exposition to i more than 1Q00 persons from this city. - : The Intention of the company was ' ' ' ' disclosed today when J. N. McGregor, the manager, was summoned before i Gaetano Damato, who Is In charge of I Mayor McClcllan's bureau of licenses. . ' I Mr, Damato had received more than 5 ' a thousand complaints against the con- , - ' cern from persons who had paid 51 ? J each for position which they had been v j i promised on April 25th, and who be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 March 1904

iWi The Salt Lake trebuxe: Tuesday" Moitntntg-, March 22, 19'4. 3 1 TO SUE GSTY OF m weiser for balance I Contractor for City Water and light tffl Plant Claims That the Munici pality Owes Him. Money. B Special to The Tribune. 111 BOISE, Ida., March 21. Col. W. F. A . Butcher of Baker City Is In the city. m m jfi IIe 18 crc to commcnco su't ln the Fcd- H y y4 eral court against the city of "Wclser for H j, a balance claimed to bo duo him and his Wlj i .associates for tbo construction of tho Wf water and electric light plant now in op- wf . oration In that city. Col. Butcher says 1J1 the balanco amounts to about S7500, and W ho wanta thn money or satisfactory ar- lg i. rangements for paymont. fji S The "Welser city authorities claim somo jlj 2 damages and offsets, and the matter will ffl have to be determined by the Federal .W sm, court. It was a dispute respecting this Wi contract that led to the shooting of Con- A ij tractor Whlto by Col. Butcher, his part- jjjff ner. which occurred...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 March 1904

4: HHE RATT IzAK TBlBTOOiJi TUESDAY MOKNING-. MAJRCH 22, 104. (L Issued every niornlnR by Salt Lake Trlb uno Publishing CQmpany, PERR1 8. I HEATH, Tubllshor and General Mana ger. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Trlbuno. one vrcok.? .25 Dally and Sunday, ono month 1.00 Dally and Sunday, two months W Dally and Sunday, threo months .... 3.00 T Dally and Sunday, one year 12,00 i Sunday Tribune, one yeai 2.00 ' Sunday Tribune, six months J.00 Semi-Weekly Tribune, one year 1.50 ( All remittances and business letters should bo addressed to ' TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, ", i Salt Lake City. Utah. 3 8. C. Beclrtvith, Special Agency, Bole i Eastern Advertising Agent Eastern of fice, 43-i 1-15-47-48-19 Tribune "Building, Noiv York. Western ofHce. 510-512 Trlbuno Building, Chicago. No communication In relation to publl i cation In or business for Tho Trlbuno should bo nddrcssed to any Indlvldunl or officer of this corporation. Matter rolat i Ing to publication should be addressed to the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 March 1904

THE SAITliAKE TEtLBTOOS; TUESDAY MOEKHSTGr3 MilUCH 22, 1904. 5 H I foNHORSES AND IN DIAMOND, RIM AND AiLBYS 1j SOIANUS A WINNER ON OAKLAND TRACK SAN KRANCISCO, 'March 21. Fuvoritefl Jnrcd badly at Oakland today, Goianthus hclng tho only one to land In front. Fine j weather prevailed, but the tracl: was The feature of the card was tho soven furlong event for three-year-olds. Lord adsworth opened a 9 to JO favorite, but receded, owing to a heavy play on Solanus. Strong support was also accorded Cele brant, tho other starter. They were sent awuy to a. good mart and Celebrant went to the front. Solanus passed Lord Wads- worth on the back 3tretch and In the last quarter assumed command. Celebrant nun;; on gamely and Martin waa forced to ride hard to beat him half a length with Solanus. The showing, of Lord Wadsworth wan a disappointment. Foxy Grandpa, favorite for tlm third, h.ad poor racing luck and was ben ten by Harbor. Buxton, on Foxy Grandpa, claimed a foul, alleging Travcrs cut acr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 March 1904

Ipl o The S-AJLtIjAKE TiiiBtnsnB; Tuesday MokntTG March 22, 1904. gg I ( MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND HILL ) 1 THE HORN SILVER M TO PAY DIVIDEND M Sensational Disclosures in Its Tipper m Workings Sold $126,000 Worth '3 of Ore During the Year. , The "Ghost" will make Its quarterly f ' ; appearance among shareholders in the ! Horn Silver of, Frisco on. March 31st, when a distribution of. 5 cents a share, or 520,000, will bo made, this Increasing J the total passed 'round by Its enduring 3 bonanzas to $5,3S2,G00, while their phys- $ j leal condition at present justifies the vj shareholder in looking forward to an- other visit from tho paymaster ninety days hence. Indeed, at no period in many years has the wealth of the mines, according to reports from camp, compared with that exposed at present. The condition on the south Is reminis cent of patriarchal days yhen the Horn Silver was. perhaps, the most sensa tional performer In the State. For over fifty feet on the 300-foot level a new...

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