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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 March 1904

THE 8AXT liAKB TREBUN3S: TUESDAY MOBOTNG, MABCH 22, 1904. 7 l 3 ( IN REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS !' WkL STREET STILL IN LANGUID STATE A Tone of Market Shows, Slight Buoy 'ancy at Opening, and Then Suffers Relapse. NEW YORK. March 21. Tho movement of today's stock market was In large part a working out of conditions established last week rather thnn a response to any now events bearing on values. Tho action of tho market today was looked ,to as a sort of test of tho character of last week's strength. Tho buoyant stock market of Saturday seemed to have resolved tho doubts of many skeptical observers, and thore was suiflclcnt demand to causo a higher opening this morning and to sus tain prices firmly, though without further advance, during tho acUvo market of tho Thereafter tho market languished, and attempts to renew tho advance met with lndlfTerent success. Thero had been largo realizing, besides a considerable In to... tcrcst established on the short side. Tho prepondera...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 March 1904

I 8 Ties Salt Hake TBimnm: Tuesday Moknustg-, aiAncs: 22, 1904. . ' flN TO RECLAIM ARID LAND IN WYOMING Preliminary Examination Made "by Government "With a View to Con structing Irrigation Works, 1 1 BY A. P. PHILIPS. Tribune Bureau, NarJwunl Hotel. V WASHINGTON". D. C, March 21. ) An examination lias been made- or the New Fork river and tributaries In Wy oming by Engineer A. J. Parehall o the reclamation service, with a view to ascertaining the possibility of con structing irrigation works by the Gov ernment. ! The preliminary examination was undertaken with a view to obtaining a general knowledge of the country, which is very extensive. Barometlc readings were mado at several points , .:10ns the Big Sandy and over the di vide to Muddy creek at New Fork, and at the various lakes where It was . . thought possible to impound water in large quantities. I I WATER FOR MILLION ACRES. While there Is no authentic informa tion as to the volume of the flood and normal water supply of the var...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 March 1904

H HHE SAIF IjAKE TEffiBTOTB? TUESDAY MOEOTN"G9 jSIARCH 22, 1904. 9 H I3ANNERMAM MOVES f VOTE OF CENSURE 1 Liberal Leader Calls Up Matter That Promises Trouble for Balfour. m? A LONDON, March 2L In the House of y Af - Commons today the Liberal leader, Sir lf Henry Campbell-Bannerman, moved C'l TOte 0( censure, presented March 1 M 36th, to the effect "this house disap- B . prove the conduct of his Majesty's Gov- imi -eminent In advising the crown not to J .K disallow the ordinance for the lntro- ' ductlon of Chinese labor In the Trans- Sir Hon 13' said nothing the Govern ment had done since the close of the EBj South African war had so sorely tried IHkl the people of this country as its sanc- v-i tlon of the Introduction of Chinese K' labor Into South Africa. If the new do- ; parture was not checked It would be a source of future weakness, not only to Hg the Transvaal, but to the whole of H' ' , South Africa. It was impossible to jjHty. conceive a greater departure from the fJJit prin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 March 1904

rlO The SailtIxAJKe Tribt: Tuesday Mokntntg, Mabch 22, 1904. A . : fl I ""WANT APS"" H CASH RATES 10c per lino first Insertion. Hf 5c per lino each, subsequent Insertion. H No ad. to occupy less spneo HJ than two lines. HJ, Tour "want ad." will bo nc- HJt cepted nnd 'phoned to The Salt HJT Lake Tribune office at regular Hr rates by the following agents: I BRANCH OFFICES I Qodbe-Pitts Drug Co. H 101 Main Streot H W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., j H Corner Second South and State, j SHERWOOD PHAEMACT, ! H COS South State. j LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Wept I H and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, H 511 West Second South. WASATCH DRTJG STORE, H corner Second South and Third j I I ' R. ULARK DRTJG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su HJ , gar House. I -- H DIED. H GALL In the rear of S34 South Fifth HI East street, this city. March 21. 190!. of Hlfl pneumonia. Joseph O , son of John Hall ) and the late Hllga Borgstrora Hall. HH Born March 25. 1903. HH Funeral services wil...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 March 1904

1 T TTTR SALT liAICE TEXBTINIE: TUESDAY MOKNXG, MARCH 22, 1904 ,11 H I B ! SATES. III JfFiW OR 2ND-HAND, CA8H, TRAD 13 i5l ercrma. Sorensen-Stoutt Co., 42 E. 2nd 8. II TO TRADE. I LIGHT TEAM. HARNESS AND WAQ I on for building lot. Address P. O. box . MP- G1751 ) PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. I fRB TOU SICK? CAN- NOBODY rir9 you? Then try the Spirit physicians; I tney heal through mo. Come and see me. J Mrs. W. Heln. 35 V?. 5th So. sllOS i WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN, ft" Lulu Brooks, M. D.. Constitution blk. S1272 PLUMBING-, i l) H. B. DAVIS. PLUMBING. HE ATTN G, ewer work. Tel. 1371-Y. 128 E. 2nd So. , OPTICIANS, if! COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO.. 250 MAIN. If' . Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians. fl" 'i BUSINESS CHANGES. J' ' j DENTISTS. iR'f'.B DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN, DENTIST, LSI B6-6 Scott-Strovcll bids, 'Phone 185-1-Y. WHERE TO STOP. ROOMS AND BOARD $1 DAY UP: weekly rates. 270 West So. Temple. T1015 LINCOLN HOUSE, 68 E, 1ST SOUTH. ( ffO rooms: rute3, 25 and 35 cents. sl318 I COMMISSION H...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 March 1904

12 THE S-T XiAKE TRTBUKE: TtTESPAY MOKNIK-&, MABOH 22. 1904. '' IH I jCityndjyeighb Hj Tho ladles of St. Mark's cathedral will hold a rummago salo In the basement of tho church Sunday afternoon. The amount of yostordav's bank clear- H Ings was ScW,3Ki.83, as against 52,0-10,03 for HJ tho corresponding day of last year. H Tho Stato Board of Examiners met In regular monthly session yesterday and B passed upon a largo number of claims B against tho State. Hi Strcot Supervisor S. M. T Scddon has l taken charge of his office. Ho states that If there will bo no changes In tho department I at tho present time. HI Tho third annual report of the State bu- Hl reau of statistics has just been Issued by I I OommlEsloi.or Charles Do Molsy. It In- I eludes" over sixty pages of tabulated statc I ments. Hi Ralph Woolloy, who rcturncl from T.os t Angeles last Friday ovenlng suffering from appendicitis, has been operated upon by ' Dr. Bcnudlct at the Holy Cross hospital H and Is now recovering. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 March 1904

I (M$mi sfw feilf nkt 3f tbttttjk r&i I Hi! Jy ( , V WEATHER TODAY Pair. H Yoi,. xi-iVl. !No. 31-2. Salt Lake City, Utah, "Wednesday MonNi3sTa, Makcii 23, 1904. , 12 paGE5.FiB Cents. H ! SINKING PROBE DEEP INTO BRISTOW REPORT. ?lrst Assistant Postmaster Gsneral Wynne Tells House Committee What He Knows About Firing . of Bomb at Members of Congress. XJST RELATING TO ALLOWANCES AND OTHER MATTERS IN THE REPORT WAS FURNISHED UPON REQUEST OF BRISTOW COMMITTEE IS DESIROUS OF HEARING FROM MR, PAYNE. VwtASHINGTON. March 22. The cmA McCall committee today eon fe Y tlnued Its investigation of the "indictment" of the members of the House by the Fourth Assistant Postmaster-General. UFirst Assistant Postmaster-General wynne. CharleB N. Waters, superin tendent of the salaries and allowance vision, and Charles P. Cranfeld, as Utant superintendent of that division, fere before the committee. Mr. Wynne was the first to be heard, (fter calling his attention to the (Wed list of names of Congressme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 March 1904

2 N The Sait Iake Trdtote: "WEpyESDAT Mommsro-, Mapch 23, L04. " 1 f-H II Bunn of Minnesota, Mr. Hill's porsonal 1 lepU adviser. I1I1I and Harrlman loft tho Morjcan banklng-houBo arm In arm and apnarcnt- I y in tho bcBt of HpirJte. Both declined to mako any statement beyond oaylntr that I a perfect understanding had been roacluMl H nil around. Mr. Hill denied that there R had bucn any differences rcspcctlnc' tho X dissolution plan. Mr. Morgan ana hla g partners had no comment to make, but Mr. Morgan seemed pleased with the I day's events. I REFUSED TO TALK. I At the banking house of Kuhn. Loob & ! Co., tho chlof financial backors of tho ; harrlman system of railroads, no state ment at ar.y sort was forttcomlr.p. A ro port that the firm had, as the Harrlman 1 representatives, received a substantial cash bonus for agreeing to tho distribu tion plan could not be verified. The street , neard that Hill-Morgan Interests would be given representation In tho Union Pa cific rond. In retu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 March 1904

J , ' ' " The Salt liAJHjfTi TBiEgDAT MOTmm&r IIabch 231904. 3 I ' jSjj l'fe P' Mother kV ! Uie kne?t vtch o exPect'anc were therQ 'ilP 4l 'm 1 I ifliS eiiaksente Men, you Icnow, f Ji! HbI Jll: l department store of magnitude and raagnificence,vks opened to the Y Hi P 'VsSllll WPSI'l-lSi public, and for the seven succeeding hours humanity surged through lSSi PjfJ 1 j doors 30,000, approimatelv It was a delighted people -proud yy J I Clant j" ldl?ir P111 aislscs wei"e spacious. ' The displays 4 fll! Today is the first anniversary of the Keith-O'Brien Company. ftSt -"W I S' Mfi WWP MfeSM ThelaunchingofaquarterofamilliondollarenterpriseinSn.lt feliiSKVi' ' (llll 1 I V J ""tI the first year shows a tmde anL fV Mi if E I greater success. It MUST come! The people are with us that's 1 I SB v ' m ''' $''8 IW3w' Thev. !lre witl1 us bGCUllse tlie establishment is conducted I Jl ii fi $;'''' - v ' i. jm along those lines which have made possible the great Eastern de- ffeJgW Sfk ' tII If " ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 March 1904

" Teds Sait "Lams Tribtotei Wednesday Moknhntg-5 Miuscn 23, 1904. ; I Issued every morning by Sn.lt Lako Trib- I uno Publlahlnfc Company, PBRHY S. I HEATH, Publisher and General Mana- K cor. 8 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I Dally and Sunday Tribune, one week.? .25 I Dnlly nnd Sunday, ono month 1.00 i Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 J Dally and Sunday, three months .... 3.00 J Dally and Sunday, one year 12.00 $ Sunday Tribune, ono year 2.00 Sunday Tribune, six months 1.00 ;- Scml-Weekly Tribune, ono year l.W All remittances and business lotters , should be addressed to I TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, ' Salt Lako City. Utah, k S. C. Bockwlth, Speoial Aponoy, Solo Kastcrn Advertising Agent. Eastern of fice. -13 I4-I5--I7-4S-49 Trlbuno Building, New York. "Wontcrn office. B10-512 Trlbuno BuIIdlntr. Chicago. No communication In relation to publi cation In or business for The Trlbuno ehould be addressed to any Individual or officer of this corporation. Matter rolat Ing to publication should bo ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 March 1904

if ARTHUR BROWN ! ill JROUGHTTO TRIAL 1 1 JuryN Secured nnd Taking: of Testi- I lH mony Will Begin This Morning: I Attorney Eichnor 111. Rlfl 4- 4 4- -f Wl iw Tlie Jurors- H Frank c- Howe, William Rcdclccr, HI E " V1,1,am Nr- Want loud, 4- M -f- Thomas R. Parry, IB 111 4-Knymond C. Nay lor, 4- ' t! H onn " Shu,pen- " 4 B 4- Edward L. Buttcrfleld, -4- ftt John K Bacl:- fil iWjf V In the adultery case against Arthur Tirown a jury was secured '$3r "V yesterday. After many months ot a dawdling the case has finally come to r Ijt. m trial. No testimony was taken yester- t day, for the reason that District At- Ilff torney Elchnor was taken suddenly HI ri 1 lu 1-10 courtroom and was sent to his ItS 4 home In a carriafre. r'' H After making the opening statement , ? - cf (o the jury for the State. Mr. Elchnor w tH nllS alx)ut lo resume his chair when 6 ' Sh lle 'af' seized with nn acute pain in ' ?t llie ,elft slle- Tn0 Palns snot upward ; ' tff? through the nerves of the left side of Ijpi t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 March 1904

H 6 The 8ait Lake TRiBimE; Wednesday MoiorasTG, March 23. 1904.- u 1 fl - : . ." H I ( MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL ) I A ZINC PLANT -! AT HORN SILVER , Significance of Contract to Furnish. ' 50,000 Tons of Zinc Ore From. f the Mines. While reference to a contract In which the management of the Horn Silver has obligated that company to supply Its customers with 50,000 tons of zinc ore was confined to an obscure paragraph in the body of the annual report, It means, said Manager Farns Avorth yesterday, nothing less than $300,000 for the shareholders, and ulti mately several millions. The contract providing for this tonnage, explained the manager, Is but a fundamental In an undertaking In which none other than the Inventor of the Peck process for the separation of the metals has In turn bound himself to construct a plant on the ground and to begin as diligently as conditions shall permit the reduction of Horn Silver zinc ores ul timately the great volume of tailings that have be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 March 1904

iff JN REALM. OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS ! MYSTERY AGITATES I WALL STREET gtf Activity in Union Pacific and North Kll em Seairities Company Stirs H Market. ' XBW Y0RK- iIat,cli 22--A VTlco move- m fl rncnt of first-class Importance with a mys- T1 1 tery attached stimulated the languid spec- i7rn ulatlvc appetite of the stock market to- tftA ' There was a time todny when a thousand h '- b'ocks 01 t-,,c leaders sec-ncd to be accept S .V ed ,1S tne u'1 transaction among- the spir es Ited traders. Union Pacific was the leader rV fv of tne Inovciacnt, luit tho mystery centered $ about the Northern Securities company r 2 antl the probable process of Its dissolution. Ii I - Ul Al1 tho Sfcurltles related to that company i.1 U. and ,tfi Interests inado free price movo- ments. ft -' C Kut as Union Pacific Is tho only one of . them In liberal supply In tho market, tho ibulk of tho activity waa In that mock and it was furlouHly active on dealings in 1G0O to MCO-sharo lots. Th aourco of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 March 1904

' 8 THE SATT &AjB TRIBinCT' WED3STESPAY MOIOSTyG-, jMATIQH 23, 19(4. ' lH I! FEDERAL GRAND AND TRIAL JURORS ( Tho following grand and petit Jurymen I woro drawn yesterday for the tenn of tho I ' United StatcB District court which begins ?r Jlth: Orand Jury CJ. R. Potter, Salt Lako; I'otcr Barton, Kaysvlllo; James G. Palno, jj Ogdcn; John T. Calne, Salt Lake; William K Miller, Sllvor City; A. B. Walker, Pleas ant Grove; Joseph Wilson, Logan; War ren S. Stevenson, Lay ton; Walter Wed dcll, Ogden; William Chtpman, American Fork; Ellas C. Aahton, William S. CHusy. Salt Lake; J. M. Sucrist, Furmlngton; ) William Roy lance. Provo; . Royal B. Young. Forest DaJo; John B. Cosgrirr. Thomas Jenkins, Salt Lake; A. A. JIc Cunc, NoplU; J. W. Bean, W. X. Dufcii bery. Provo; Henry P. McCardle, Ogden; CharloH II. Qrirtln. Peter Van Houton, Jr., Salt Lake. Petit Jury John W. Callaway, Bait Lake; John H. Lay ton. Logan; Gcorgo A. Whltnker, Jacob If. Wolcott, Salt Lakoi B. A. Munncy, Jamos Casnln, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 March 1904

rv The Salt !Lake Trebxhste: Wednesday Moknxng, jMarch 23, 1904. 9 H . . iH If FO RAISE SINGLE GERM !l f SUGAR BEETS IN I UTAH COUNTY. H United States Government Ex Ej pert to Superintend Experl- ments That Will Savo Thou- 1 sands of Dollars to Farmers 1 If Successful. - V ONE -'-THOUSAND POUNDS OF - 1) BEETS GROWN EHOM SINGLE .1 GERM SEED TO BE SHIPPED J WITHIN TEN DATS EE OH THE NATIONAL CAPITAL TO LEHI FOR PLANTING ON THE FA MOUS SARATOGA FARM. Special lo The Tribune. TT EHI, March 21. C. O. Townsend I of Washington. D. C, has been jv looking over the sugar beet In dustry of Utah for three days, in company with Representative George Austin, the Utah Sugar company's ag ricultural superintendent. Mr. Town send Is an official of the Agricultural Department, his particular field being the beet sugar Industry. The department Is making exhaustive experiments in the production of sugar j beet seed, and it was to find out more j about the demand for beet seed and j the possibilities of s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 March 1904

10 The Sajlt Iajoj TiccBTTrB: TTehnesday Mokntn-, Mabch 23, 2904. ft I. "WANT APS" J CASH RATES J j 10c per line first Insertloru I t 5c per lino each, subsequent i insertion. No nd. to occupy less space m than two Hno3. 1 Your "want nd." will 1o nc- . cepted nnd 'phoned to The Salt ' Lako Tribune ofiice at regulnr ; rates by tho following agents: ! BRANCH OFFICES Godbe-Pitts Drug; Co. 101 Main Street j I W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., ' Corner Second South and State, j I SHERWOOD PHARMACY, J I j 502 South State. j i LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand j I Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Wept j I and South Temple. j J H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, j U 511 West Second South. I WASATCH DRUG STORE, I 1 corner Second South and Third ! H I Enol. I; W. R. ULARK DRUG STORE, t j I i Hth East and 12th South, Su- j I gar House. ! I CONTRACTORS. ' UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP H general contractors of nl! kinds of new or m rnpalr work, stairs, store fronts, fixtures H and buildings, R. S Brock & Son, Props., j -11 South AVest ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 March 1904

WKa- BBIBHB )W The Saxt Lake Pribuot: "Wedotesdat Moiuntng, Mascij: 23, 1904. 11 ff WITHIN THE DOMAIN OF UTAH J SB IN AND ABOUT 1 I TBIBTJNE BRANCH OFFICE, I n 2SS "Wanhlnirton Ave., Telephone 111 ffl i CANNERS OrtGAN.Zc FOR UNIFORM PRICES Special to The Tribune. OGDEN, March 22. The Utah Selling company was organized hero tolay to dispose of the output of tho various can ning: factories of northern Utah. It is capitalized at $20,000, divided -Into shares of S10 each. "William Craig Is president; "William Van Alcn, vice-president; A. Stringham. treasurer, and J. V. Parker. There are sixteen factories In the com bine, and the idea Is to enforce a uniform price and a uniform grade. Mrs. Lulu Browning Clayton was today f 'VM granted a decree of divorce from Charles Jl AV" Clayton by default. Tho plaintiff was 1 M given the household furniture and tho f.-mm custody of the children. rjtfll lH Tho following have been selected as xyM trial Jurors for the April term of tho DIs- trlct court:...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 March 1904

Hjl 12 The Salt X.ajee Tbtbtxete. Wednesday Moretmre, jVIajioh 23, 1904. - 1 19 Plans for a sovcn-rooni cottago for Wltton Ellerbock, to be built at 44 Ninth East street, have been completed bv Architect Dallas. , Consul Booth-Tucker anil othor high of ficials of the Salvation army will be In Salt Lake on April 17th. and will lecture In the Salt Lake- Theatre. . ' Charles Olmateid was placed under i quarantine regulation for smallpox In his i homo at 3S3 South Ninth East street yes terday. The patient Is St years of age. ' Tho Sheriff's office has been Instructed ' "by tho Countv Commissioners to investi gate the alleged storage of powder at Bingham in places dangerouB to tho pub I lie i Organists McClellan and Giles will re turn from their Eostorn trip today. They havo heard and performed on some or the greatest organs of tho country slnco leaving Salt Lake. I A meeting of tho Ladlos' Aid society of I the First Baptist ohurch will -bo hold Thursday at 2 p. m. The meeting will be I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 March 1904

WmL -. - yf . MARTIAL LAW. 9te Itt M V 9 x ) . 1. A. a. y A, , -f 4- 4- ' 4- 4-' 44 44- 4 4 4-4 IH 4- But what of It, If you advertise Lf 1 . . IL Tl S I Hl" ill ' -4k 1 fk ifl jW 1! 'llW fgm CZAH IS POP, PEACE. 4 MH 4- in THE TIIIDCNE you will bo too 4- X "TH nHv 19 lW I L' P ffl H Bl W I 1 1 1 W I lir 4" Tint he may have to fight a Ion?? -f r'jH " bUPy 10 lcl Color'ruo's troubles j I I H lB H I H W Xs H BaM L' hm P J If I I 1 I M H I Wk time before he gets It. It won't rc- 4- PTW 1x'orrf you. Advertising is tho. pan- 4- K 1 i H H 3j5Sk1 (fl H N vL. M fillM YWtfT d vL M El. I 1L , B. . lift Sb' ML A. 4- flulro an affidavit to prove thla If 4 LL m 4- rfeca for poverty and the dynamo VcT M IL iT MtJ 1L HL PL W H7 4 W lifer T 7 4- you read the war news In THE -4- VjWKm T ifl 4- o success. 4. SttCr y ffl X sjr V TRIBUNE. Subscribe now. 4 JP (S ' WEATHER TODAY Foir. M ! Vol,. XIjVI. No. 343. Sjsxt Lakb Cittt, Utah, Thursday Morning, March 24, l904. 12 paGES.Fivs Cents. H i' J MARTIAL LA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 March 1904

Hjl :i -1HE SiUT IjAKH TRIBTINjB. TmmSDAT MOKNTSTG, MARCH 24, 1904. x . f ' I' GEN. MILES TO THE WHITE RIBBONERS I 1 I 1 " Array Veteran Replies to Invitation I to Be a Presidential i Nominee. j I I , NEW YORK, March 23. The Rev. , ' James 13. Dunn, D. D., of this city has '.I . received thla letter from LIcut.-Gen.Nel- son A. Miles, retired, jvho has been sug ' gcstcd as the Prohibition nominee for President: "Washington, D. C, March IS. The j Rev. James B. Dunn, D. D.k New York. I Dear Sir: Your letter of recont date ' was duly received. For your kindly ex pressions please accept my thanks. Our country Is now confronted by a sltua ( tlon and Is called upon to decide ques l Hons of the greatest moment. Not since the adoption of our Constitution have Greater responsibilities re3ttd upon the sovereign voters of this coun try than those which will be placed upon them during the coming autumn. "These questions are national and af fect the very foundation and form of our Government. My ...

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