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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 March 1904

IlV " THE SALT XjAKE TRIBIINE: THTIRSDAT MOROTSTG, MAGGIE 24, 1904, 3 Di L jt - B A WIFE'S CONFESSION. VBMH Of course every one knew when they flHf vWere engaged and every one pretended to 1 IHH v C nEd ' WllCn ft f"i ' Jl - a Vul suddenly broken E ill V:!5 Kcfabr-tSa Ll lw iM heart had changed, H I jMt &?S! jSStW but finally she con- 'yaj K$ liSWj ftiSScd Ulat sllc had wM $LrMM deprcssedand blue Hi PjJ 5SiJ'l driven him away. Willi 5yliWS5' Her good looks were Vp Cf vtjjl' vanishing She was 1 1 1 iw'-ilP cd' xvitb dark circles J Allflrl SdclcnlyailsocTe"' I P51u,f5Trei?i?iSQ was Plcascd afra'n to HfipJl ?rtl rncnt being rcnew- H7, Vmiv7WW cd w'a-,, not B.TK' tftrV rttte$f$$2& long before a beau- Bl tiful aud radiant B Vt v- 'fcJ&Sg&P"'''' bride was taken to BU3j H lsP tlje Qitnj- She had B$r T regained bcr good looks, her former happy K f disposition and strong nerve all through a Kraj ' secret a friend gave her. A few bottles of Bm.,1 , Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescr...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 March 1904

H 4: THE BAm IiASB TRIBTOEEi THURSDAY MOKjSTInG, MaJSOH 24, 1904, ' K j 1 Issued every morning: by Salt Lake Trlb 1' uno Publishing Company. PERn S. 1 HEATH, Publisher and General Mana ger. . TERMS OP' SUBSCRIPTION. ( Dally and -Sunday Tribune, one week.$ : Dally and Sunday, ono month 1.00 ' Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 Dally and Sundny. thrco months .... 3. 00 ! ' Dally and Sunday, one year 12.00 4 SundnyTrlbuno. one yea; 00 l i , Sunday Trlbuno, six mcnth3 1 fit Seml-Wcckly Tribune, ono year 1.50 ? AM remittances and bualncsa letters chould be addressed to f TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Salt Lake Cits'. Utah. ! S. C. Beckwith, Special Afroncy, Solo i Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of fice, t3-44-;5-47- IS-49 Trlbuno Bulldlmr. New York. "Western office. G10-G12 Trlbuno Bulldlnf:. Chicago. No communication In relation to publi cation In or business for Tho Trlbuno i should bo addressed to any Individual or officer of this corporation. Matter rolat- I inp to publication shoul...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 March 1904

IE; M The -Salt tito Trxbxtne; Thursday MoiomsTGr, March 24, 1904, 5 H .'IS w - , . , Hf TESTIMONY GIVEN W ( IN BROWN CASE El M Offices Who Shadowed Mrs. Bradley B I m Tell What They Saw Caso Will lif 0 Hard Fought H ' Four witnesses were examined In the H adultery case against Arthur Brown in V the District court yesterday. Immc- I j dlatcly after the first witness had been II iCivorn the defense objected to the In ' S troduction of testimony, on the irround Kfl 'g that It tended to impeach the testimony KTRif contained In the affidavit of Mrs. Hny- ' cn, proprietress of the Independence k ll rooming-house, which was to the effect Iiji that the defendant had not been at her 1 place on April 3G, 190'J, the time of the j' nllesrcd offense. Attorney Lindsey R. 1 Holers argued the objection at length. J He contended that, although the prose-l- cutlon had not admitted the trutli of the affidavit, the law did through the Ij. constitutional right given the defend j, ant to have his witnes...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 March 1904

"wM o 1HB rS&XJT JLJKE 'JCRJBUNm 'IHUESDAT JMOKNTN"G5 MARCH 24:, 1UU4:. , 81 1 1 . . :uml I; f News of " Mioe, - of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill. J Ij UTAH COPPER TO f ; AMERICAN FURNACES j ', I Contract Is Signed Up for Enormous Output The American's Cop- " 1 per Plant, i j Tho management of tho American Smelting and Refining company has 1 Just added another to Its array of stu pendous contracts with the local pro ducer, and when the management of 1 tho Utah Copper company begins, next week, the active forwarding of Its cop per, gold and silver-bearing output from tho big concentrator in Bingham canyon, It will be with the furnaces of the former in Salt Lake valley as Its I destination. To the agreement which has been under active neogtlation ever D since the decision of the American I Smelting and Refining company to add I a $1,000,000 copper smelter to Its equlp- I J .ment In Utah the signatures of Charles I 1 1L MncNcill. president of the Copper I company; Charles L. Tut...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 March 1904

' ' The Saxt Lake Trdstodb;: Thursday Moknttg, Mabch 24, 1904. v 7 PI In fay With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j i WALL STREET SHOWS OLD TIME ACTIVITY J Heavy Profit-Taking In Union Pacific G V and Some of the Other NEW YORK. March 23. Transactions In i Btocks today roso considerably over tho round million share mark and thoy woro not so overwhelmingly preponderant In ;- Union Pacific as yesterday. That stock was still a central fiuro In tho market and lta opoctacular rlso of yesterday was tho Influence which caused a violent and feverish speculation In other stocks today. Tho proflt taking In Union Pacific, how ever, was steady and persistent, and this had an ultimate effect on tho wholo mar ket, which showed signs of langor toward tho end of the day. Tho official circular announcing tho terms for redistribution I of tho Northern Securities holdings of J Great Northern and Northorn Pacific I Blocks gave no direct ground for yester day's excited Jump In Union Pacific ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 March 1904

, 8 The S AXiT Lake Trishne: Thursday Morning, jMajrch 24:, 1904, ' . . ! I I NEARLY $8,000,000 ! FOR RAILWAY MAILS I House Committeo Scales Appropria- I , tion Bill Indian. Affairs in. r 1 Senate. , vrw jASIIINGTOX. March 23. Tha i' wil Senate spent the eatcr part of I ? lhe dny connideriiiff the Indian , appropriation bill. Throo houre nf time was rclven to dificusalon oC a 1 claim of $50,000 for services rendered the ! Choctaw Indians. It llnaJly was elim inated from the Indian bill. The civil servlco debate was renewed and there was discussion oC the policy o he pursued in securing: employees for work on the Panama canal. I The opening ceremonies of the Scn- I ne were marked by the official intro- cluction to that body of Charles Dick i .,s the successor of the late M A. llanna,as a. Senator from Ohio. The oath of office was administered by President Pro tern Fryc. In. the House. WASHINGTON. March 23.-When 1 the House adjourned today some pro- ' . press had been made in the read...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 March 1904

ill ' , ! I SBnii 103 SAXT T;ATri7, TBIBOTTE: THXTBSDAY MO!tNXN"G. jNIAKCH 24, 1904. 9 ' j Ifl Iff SNOW AVALANCHES III 8L0GK RAILROADS If I Central Pacific Line in the Sierras 9 if Tied Up and Train Schedule KH SAN FRANCISCO. March 23. HlU Wrecks, landslides and sncmslldcs In Hln V tlc snow sno( region of the Sierra Ne mM, I vada mountains have Impeded progress IpK'. on the. Central Pacific, carried away M telegraph -wires and cut off telegraphic KjlJ communication from the East wf ' Trains Nos. 1, S and 5 are stalled at H f Hcno. and will be from fifteen to twen jft' ty hours late in reaching San Francis lb ' i co. The trains that loft here for the fyjj East this morning wlir also be tied up E.H i '' between Sacramento and Truckcce un K J1' til the wreckage can be cleared away I -, Wrecking trains have been sent to T(( the scene of the trouble from Saera Ifc. mento and Truckee, and It Is hoped to KjJ get the road sufllclently repaired by If this evening to have trains moving, f'j T...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 March 1904

I 10 The S axt IjAKjl ibttniii: Thursday mobkin"g, Mauch 24, 1904. If "WANT APS" CASH RATES i 10c per lino first Insertion, I 5c per lino each, subsequent insortion. I No ad. to occupy less spac I I than two lines. I ' Your "want nd." will he ac- & 1 j cepted nnd 'phoned to The Salt 5 Lako Tribune office at rogulox E rates by tho following agents: ' ; BRANCI OFFICES Qodbe-Patts Drug Co. 101 Main Stroet W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Second South and State. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, COS South State. 1 LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand I Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd We?t and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN. DRUGGIST, 511 West Second Jsouth. WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third East. W. R. ULARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su gar House. CONTRACTORS. UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP general contractors of all kinds of new or Mt repair work stairs, store fronts, fixtures j and buildings. R. S Brock & Son, Props., MM 41 South West Temple 31312 SECRET SOCIETIES. ' n ARGENTA LODGE NO 3. F. MM t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 March 1904

Hff SALT "LAXI1 jniBIj:N:E: TJErURSDAT MOKNTTSTG, MAJRCH 24, 1904. H M 11 TALK OF CHANGE T FOR RAILROAD MEN jl Kruttsclinitt Expected to Make Im II portant Announcement Today He ll garding1 Harriman System. lA' It was yesterday announced unofficially j'J In railroad circles In-thls city that Julius li Kruttschnltt would today mako official W J announcement In San Francisco of a num ' bcr of long-lookcd-for chances In tho dl- rectory of tho Harriman lines, which J changes wero thought to havo been de ft elded Upon at a recent conference of of- ( flclals held In this city. Tho oflclal dl- A rectory of the several roads to bo nn- 1 nounced by Mr. Kruttschnltt will, It la ' ' En Id, be as follows: 1. Julius Kruttschnltt, director of transportation, headquarters Chicago. ' 2. C. H. Markham, vice-president and general manager Southern Pacific, head quarters San Francisco 3. W. H. Bancroft, vice-president and gcnoral manager Oregon Short Line, head quarters In Salt Lake and oporatlng Juris...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 March 1904

12 ' The Salt Lake Titrotno!: ToroitsPA"y Moksing, March 24. 1904. --ft' iilj j TUB REMAINS of William II. Smed- i ley, whoso death occurred in Detroit last Sunday, will roach this city Friday. Fu- norol services will bo held Saturday aftor ! noon from the Smcdlcy homo on bast I I Bouth Tcmplo street Tho interment, J which will bo private, will bo in Jit. A Olivet cemetery, i o ' THE LAHG15 PIRATE GLASS In the I front door of tho office of John Wolr, Jr., in tho Dooly block, was broken by tho l 1 wind veaterday afternoon. Two strong I' i men had just entered tho office, and In ' 1 Btilte of their combined of forts to hold - ' tho door. It wos wrenched from their Krusp by the strong air current and ' , nlammcd shut with such terrific force that the heavy glass was shattered Into a thousand pieces. 1 FOUR MONTHS in the gcuoral hos pital in Manila sufferinc from oclatlo rheumatism is the latest word received from Chaplain John T. Axton concerning his welfare in the Philippines. Wcro It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 March 1904

Br 7p 1 Japan Is credited with having 4 r fj t, IE3 (M V A A V--d Jk yW I JK. 4- While wild winds blow ill to -) jH bott,c1 port Arthur. Thin Is a war V' 3 . H l 5 'ivr Wi I rV nSf , El N vS 1 S'lll'lll lira IWv storm-riven Eastern cities, good -4, 'M kVl story- A 'cal merchant has bottled. 4- M jW nVa k? lH KB iM Ik' vl Sffl H III I fi IS li I IB H luck follows in tho woke of him or 4 ( a Sl'lcndld line or business by adver- -f. 8 M 1 5 H 65toi H 11 If I RAW (fit P i K lluliPl III 4- her who tell their wants in THE- 'JH Si tlnff in THE TRIBUN'K. -This is a -r- .J.J 3 y Jsy fr'Hy' - TRIBUNE'S classified nd. ncction. HI 0""" jr WEATHER TODAY Partly cloudy and probably fair; -warmer. H f Vox,. XL, VI. No. 344, SajjT Irakis City, Utah, Friday Moeotstg-3 Mabch 25, 7 904. 12 phgs. five Cents. f I 1 OUEEM OF EGLAMD ON I SLUMMING TRIP IN L ' LONDON. 111. Her Majesty and Party of 112 Distinguished Friends Eat II a 9-Cent Meal. H ; .'Lived for a Brief Period as JH j Live the Factory Girls an...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 March 1904

I ' '2 TEEE 8AUS JuAKE TFXBTOQ5. FRIDAY MOKCTNTG, . MARCH 25, 19(74. '' I-nony offered thl3 morning waa tho fol lowing letter: "Washington, D. C. Dec. 9. 1902. Mr. Thoma3 B. Harlan, St. Louis: My I Dear Harlan: There Is no man by the 8 ( name of J. H. Bowman who Is a poat- I ofllco Inspector. This man Bowman is I Impersonating a po3tofflce Inspector, J has violated tho statutes and laid hlm- 2 self liable to punishment. The man " operating In Colorado Is also a fraud. V 1 "Thero have gone from this office no ) Instructions whatever about tho Rlalto i company, and there la nothing In this 1 office against you at this time. The ; matter In St. Louis, as you know, is In ; 1 the hands of Mr. Dice thero I here- t with return the letter. I would sug- , gest that you prepare carefully tho case of Dennis for early next month, and I have learned to know that you must watch carefully that tho Jury la i not set upon you. I "These arc all Important questions that you must carefully consider. I ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 March 1904

! THE SAJjT liAJKJS TRXBTHSTB: FRIDAY MOKNTNG, MAECH 25, 1904. 3 In I, SANPETE COUNTY , ELECTS DELEGATES jt Livingston Forces "Win Notable "Vic- i tory in Contest Over the Judi cial Nomination. Special to The Tribune. MANTT, Utah. March 24. In Blcot and storm the largest convention In the his tory of the city began lat night at the pavilion, on account on the Intense ln Uerest over the Judicial nomination and In cidentally tho reorganization o the Re publican party. Tho victory of the Llv J Jngston forces was pronounced. The Llv- K Ingston delegates were elected by a vole of 2-15 to 10S for the Chrlstensen tlckot. T'ie delegation to tho county convontlon was elected and tho reorganization of tho local coramlttCQ waa made on the same Hues. PERSONAL TRIUMPH. Livingston's friends consider his victory ono of his greatest personal triumphs. While the test waa merely local, the con test has been watched closely over tho district, and especially In StfnpctO county, where It has been conced...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 March 1904

I 'IB Hj ' !Ihe Samp jl&kb THiBtrNEi Friday Mohntetg. march 25, 190. jl. 111 x . 1 ' Issued every mornlntr by Salt T-ako Trlb I uno Publishing Company. PERR S. I ( HEATH, Publisher and General Man- ager. J , TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.' I Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono week? .25 f Dally and Sunday, one month 1.Q0 if Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 Dally and Sunday, three months 3.W : ' Dally and Sunday, ono year 12. 00 ! Sunday Tribune, ono year 2.0") i Sundnv Tribune, six months, 1.00 !' Scml-Weckly Tribune, ono year 1.50 ' All remittances and business letters ! should be addressed to I; TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Salt Lnkc City, Utah. S. C. Bcckwlth, Special Agency, Solo Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of i flee. -13--H-45--47 4S-49 Tribune Building, New York. Western office, 010-512 Trib uno Building. Chicago. No communication In relation to publi cation In or business for The Tribuno should bo nddrosMed to any Individual or 1 ofllcor of this corporation. Mattor relat ing: to...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 March 1904

.liwmnM MummnrM-ffr nmrrr tr i if fi "T""-"'JI"am - -. - mr ll W The Sait iiAKE Trtbidke; Friday Mokntkg, jvlarch 20, tyu. 5 I III ml ' - III 1 BANCROFT SPEAKS OF RAILROAD PLANS Ho Will Live in Salt Lake, bnt Will Travel Much Nothing Definite as to Changes. j I' OMAHA, Neb., March 2L W. R. Bancroft, general manager or Hie Union raclflc, returned to Omaha to rday from Hie West. lie admitted that Si number of important changes were to J he rnnde In tho Harrlman lines west of, the Missouri river, but declared that none of them had been consummated up to this time, and eald nothing: of Importance would be done until Mr. Kmttsclmltt reached Chicaco. 1 "The report that I am to have charge , ! of the lines from Omaha to San Fran- j Cisco is absolutely without foundation," paid Mr, Bancroft. "So far as I know ; no such plan has even been under con- 1 sldcratlon. Regard I npr the transfer of j O. Li. Iifohlcr to Omaha In the capa- j city of a vice-president I know noth- "While I shall contin...

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. — 25 March 1904

J News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill. ! MANY MILLIONS ' IN SILVER KING f Wealth of the Park's Sovereign the Greatest in Its History A Sam ple of Sensational Stuff. i At no period In the chronology of the Silver King has there been such stacks of wealth upon Its shelves, said Presi dent David Keith after an Inventory of It yesterday, and while he could not be Induced to part .with totals, that they 1 will tower to $25,000,000 TS, perhaps, no I exaggeration, while to fathom the re- I sources of unexplored domains is a j task for another generation of miners. t Although the usual tonnage of ore, ' ' milling and first class, has been raised to the surface and $G00,000 has been distributed amonxr the shareholders during an Interval of five months In which President Keith had absented himself, there has been no apparont diminution In the ore bodies. On tho contrary the reserves have been stead ily added to the riches, maintaining an average at all points that affords one ii...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 March 1904

MARCH 25, 1904:. 7 Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j I I SLIGHT LULL IN Wi WALL STREET i Vlj Heavy Trading of "Wednesday Gives Way to Mora Moderate 4 p( i Dealings. I B NEW YORK, March 24. A much small- k cr amount of business was transacted In TJ.B tho stock market today than on tho two 'S 1 i preceding days, and tho market showed fn I the effect of the cxtcnslvo realizing: which ',v 4 had bcon effected on thoso days and Iho j 1 jYi elimination of a largo portion of the short - Y ' Interest of the market. There was no ovl J .; denco of larger operations by powerful Sp ' forces which kept tho market stimulated k; ' yesterday and tho day before. . Tho source and tho purpose o these W I " operations havo been a cause of bewildor- j P. mcnt even to tho professional traders, h-4 who have followed them eagerly In tho j. n. Htock market to securo a profit In the re- ;! - suiting prlco movement. ij: Emphatic denials from official sources I, , that any largo Interest In...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 March 1904

1 ft 0?HE SAIT JjAKB TKtBTOTEJ 'F&WltY MoinmsG, fflllCH 25, 1904. jl! H IN . j H j I METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. I 4- 1 -- WASHINGTON. March 21. Cold wave warnings have been Issued Tor Iowa, Minnesota, central and west- -f i ' -t- crn Missouri, western Wisconsin, . j j Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado. Wyo- -f I mliUT, South Dakota, southern -f- II North Dakota and the Panhaudlo -f j -t- of Texas. j ; I Local forecast for Salt Lake City and ' vjoinltv: P-.u-tlv cloudy imd probably fair i tonight and Friday; wanner. ; Colorado Fair Friday; colder In cast 1 portion; Saturday fair nnd warmer. Montana Fair and warmer Irlday ana I I Saturday. , , 5 ! Wyomlnir Fair Friday and Saturday, ' warmer Saturday. J Now Mexico and Arizona Fair, warmer ' ! : Fridav; Saturday fair. l Yesterday's record at the local office or , I i lie weather bureau: r ; Maximum temperature, 3 decrees: mlnl- l mum temperature. 21 degrees; mean tem- , perature. 30 decrees, which Is 1 dugrces , below the normal. 1 ' Accumulat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 March 1904

mF IB! The Sat.t tatttc TraBrana: Friday Mokotg, Mauch 251904. 9 N Sj 1 TULLOGH'S CHARGES J i "HOT MTAFTER ALL R "Former Postmaster-General DeclaTea li President Boosevelt Repudiated Conrad and Bonaparte. Washington (D. C.) Post: "The I President doubtless realized that under 1 nlj advice, either foolish or malign, he ft made a mistake In referring the Tul- wi jjtij v loch charges', after they wero a closed I?J9 ' Incident, t6 the special counsel, but he H Ml') ' ivlsely and admirably extricated hlm- lu! self. His action repudiates the Con- w lij rad-Bonaparte report, and tho only re- pjAl suit Is to discredit the special counsel fl.i !; as Investigators and disgrace them as K U lawyers." Philadelphia Press. "With the temper of the House any- K M thing but friendly to tho Investigators jjj Hi of the Postofllce department, cx-Post- laflfir master General Charles Emory Smith vSHf has renewed his assaults. His utter- in mm ances Rome ten days ago at a banquet, p K when ho condoled with...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 March 1904

10 "Che SajltLake Trtbtt-nte: :f;rzdat moxtn-g-, jmajrch 25, 1904. I II; "WANT ADS" ; CASH RATES IOc per lino first insertion. 6c per line each subsequont insertion. JJo ad. to occupy less spaco I than two lines.' Your "want ad." will be ftc ft! ceptod and 'phoned to Th5 Salt a Laka Tribuno offlco at regular ji ri-te3 by the following' agents: BRANCH OFFICES Qodbe-Pitt3 Drug Co. I 101 Main Street W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Second South and State SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 502 South State. LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand ! Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd "Wept and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, 511 West Second South! ! WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third ( East. J W. R. ULARK DRUG STORE, I 11th East and 12th South, Su- gar House. II CONTRACTORS. I UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP I general contractors of all kinds of new or i I repair work, stairs, store fronts, fixtures 1 and buildings. R S. Brock & Son. Props.. 41 Soutb West Temple. sI312 I SAPES. I NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH, TRADE or ter...

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