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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 March 1904

PSBESn!!TiiD5Si5aaS ag-wif"".--- , umm -. '. . .TT . ... - .Jtot t u , , , . -. ,. , , , . ... . , , ,m. , , , ."L - - PWBeMB F 1 l '1TTF. SAJjT JUAJOL ITUJlTmE: IfBIDAY MOHNXCTG. MARCH 25, 1904.. - 11 fv f ' - i.w Si I ' CATTLE KINGS MOW I , READY TO FIGHT f BEEF TRUST, f Option on the Do!d Packing J Company Piant S y U Secured. I.I National Live Stock Association ;! Behind Deal Which Means Trouble for Combine. 5' frvENVER, March 24. That the Mvr I K stockmen of the west, backed by ' d Jj J? the powerful National Live-Stock 7. association, mean to carry out ii ' their project of establishing an indc- X , h pendent packing plant to fight the beef ' ' vi' trust la evidenced by the option that f, . has been taken on the packing plant of ' Jacob Dold of Kansas City. This op- f la J tlon la now in the hands of Vlcc-Presl- ffi ' dent L. TP. "Wilson and Treasurer F. W. '' jfj Flato of the organization. All the pa- , pers Incident thereto are also In tho i , S possession of these officers,...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 March 1904

I 12 Tins Salt Lake Trtbotte: IPridat MobotstGj March 25. 1904-. ( H H' ! ALL Tin? CITY OFFICERS and dfl- , partmcnt emplovces will be paid off by HI K City Auditor Felt today. Mayor Morris 1 i ycsterdav approved tlio resolution of Hi ', Councilman A. J. Davis, providing for the j employment of tho necessary employees j In tho various departments, and tho rcgu- sj lar payrolls, as well as those long held HSi up, were audited by tho Finance commlt- J tec and will bo paid today. I ALL B UT TWELVE of the city fathers 1 met yesterday, as par resolution of Coun- ;1 oilman E. H. Davis to examine tln aequo- 1 t duct on North Templo Htreat, botwoen j 1 Fifth and Ninth West. There wero con- ' eynncoa at Main street for Jut llvo times as many Councllmcn as appeared, and ' nandwichcs and beer also. Tho acqueduct 1h said to bo in a dllnpldatrd condition and will havo to be repaired In the near future BBB MOIIMONS and their doings are exciting no llttlo interest throughout tho German empire. An ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 March 1904

. t heal war news fe fa ( my u L JT J . A : it was a hard fight, .4 .,mmm Cm0Sl 'frm an ft co 111,6 j"" Xjif k g s M 1 P ill iH bI M h BS '"U at-aycd w,t1' c,orctt .1,.k0 " j 9J f-ycmcm'ber that you must read THE ilj 7 B H H' aMhl (1L i . Jrapiy f&iL i "jy , wftMgy Zy'1 sy 4. and don't you forget' It. ' Cultivate - L 4:1 -f TRIBUNE to get the news In Salt -- y M '' y Igr V 4. a CCdIuh for publicly. -V- t jJ II V Jr C- V, WEATHER TODAY Probably fair. j II Yoij' X:LVI- No- 35- SaIjT Lake City, Utah, hatuicday Momsmft MiLRCii 26, 1904, 12 prges.Five Cents. j H SMOOT CASE MAY BEST ' v FOB REMAINDER OF THE YEAR. Politics Likely to Gut an Important Figure in Its Further Progress. ; No Additional Witnesses Sum ' moned to Washington, and No Subpoenaes Out, Political Results in Utah and neigh boring States May Havo Effect on Future Movements. I i vmHERE will be no further in- I 1 vcstigntlon of Senator Smooo I ; J this yearl" r ; So declared one of the moat 5 I prominent of tho local pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 March 1904

TPJETO. SATUITOAY MOIQMG, ISlAJIGH 26, 1904. if ' r right and left to the Jaw. Thoy then I cllnohed without dnmngc. Corbott plained f I a left swing to Jimmy's ribs nnd missed a ' I left swine for the faco. A moment later, f howovcr, a straight left caught Brltt on 1 the face. They then went to a mlx-up ' without result, and tho gong clanged. Careful renting marked thlB round, with Brltt having a very alight lead. Both men ! looked very determined and timed their j J blows carefully . ) ROUND 2 They closed In. and Brltt I tried with left and rlsht for tho face, but I Corbott blocked thorn. Again they .-nixed I it Brltt putting his left hard to the body, ij He almost floored the champion with a Si ! fearful loft to the body. Corbott fought m i back wildly, and received a loft awing to E tho Jaw that nearly put him io the floor. f Corbetfa face took on a worried look. Ho JL rushed In, but was met with a straight j I loft to the body that sent him back to the " ropea. Thoy closed in an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 March 1904

Br IP wwl Wi ' v The SaifILake tbxbtttej: Saturday Moxcstg, Mapch 26, 3904. 3 KJ0). Jj I iJ im MTTii, tCTBwwiaKBM,iliiiwii3xtjaMwwjaji.i mi i muLii i i aw .maw im n m mi n nwnTwwnntTTrTranMin,i i,iBrT--Tt'''(-rT"1 - - hi )" r i- it-it il 'Happenings of a Day in Utah ) M I .mi i i mi I MINI I ' l-i illll 'hlllllHt m OQDEN I i JmJ I TRIBUNE BRANCH OFPICE, I'll SENATOR CLARK'S SON & K THINKS GROVER IS IT I K; Believes tlio Former President Will I I1 Bo Nominated by Democrats, 'l I' and Elected Again. H Special to The Tribune ijM OGDEN. March 25. Charles XV. Clark. son of "V. A. Clark of Montana. was In Ogtlcn today, on rout to Arizona. Mr. (! vfo; Clark was seen by a representative of Tho Wtj Tribune and talked freely of his trip. Ho K was accompanied by A. C. Phillips, his M private secretary. Having some business to attend to In Ogden ho remained over ft' during the day. leaving for San Francisco jS at C o'clock this evening. Mr, Clark has HR": been at Butte for some time looking...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 March 1904

. ! ! H 4: THE 8AXF IiAKB TRTBUTj: SATITBDAY MOBOTfTG-, MARCH 26, 1904. ' , ( j H ll . ; V i I i' IflEUcd every mornlnj? by Salt Lake Trlb ! uno Publishing Company. PERRY B. ; ; TIEATH, Publisher and General Man ager. I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono week? .25 Dally and Sunday, one month........ l.oo Dally and Sunday, two months -.00 j Dally and Sunday, three months o.OT Dally and Sunday, ono year- l-.OO j I Sunday Tribune, ono year 3,W i , Sunday Tribune, six monthn 1.00 Seml-Wcckly Tribune, ono year 1.50 ! All remittances and business lettore should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City. Utah. , S. C. Beckwlth, Special Apency, Solo Eastern Advertising Acont Eastern of nce, 43-44-n5-17-4S-49 Trlbuno Building. New York. Western office. 510-512 Trlb- uno Building. Chicago. No communication In relation to publi cation In or bUHlnoss for Tho Tribune i should be addressed to any individual or I 1 ofllccr of this corporation. Matter relat 1 lng ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 March 1904

HW Ts:E Sai;p jLaicg Trxbtekds Satubday Moksxbtg, March 26, 1904. 5 p 1? 1 ' UTAH'S IRRIGATION PROJECT iff J MEETS WSTfI 0fflOAL kwmkl i War" Interior Department Gives Notice o: Taking Up Cigantic ly Jjfe -Scheme Presented by the State Commission-Means ! liy ..a 1 Millions for Utah's Agriculural Interests. Formul approval of tho Utah Arid 1 I Land Acclamation Fund Commission's nt gigantic irrigation scheme, affecting the ' w principal three agricultural valleys of jjjlij , this State, and the decision of the Gov- H J ernment reclamation service at "Wash- I B . lnrjton to undertake the field work on V . the project, are expressed - most un- equivocally In a letter from Charles M D. Walcotl. Director of the United A States Geological' survey,, received i'cs- Mj tcrday by State Engineer Dorenius. The letter Is in response to the ap- . plication and brier, accompanied by maps. and drawings netting forth the' 1 plan in detail, -which were filed with Jr the Interior department last Januar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 March 1904

Hp H) 6 aJEDS iSAUT JUAKE TRIBUTE; SATURDAY MORNXN" MAIICH 26, 1904. ' I H if Hfews of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill. 1 Ii EWHOUSE TO HAVE LINE OF BAiLWAY 4 Transportation for Miners, as Well ns "Wealth. of Bonanzas, He quires It. I A feature of the equipment of the j Newhouse mines out of Frisco that can not but emphasize the immensity of that undertaking, although it has not been exploited In the preliminary plans, Klid a railroad engineer yesterday, is that which provides for an Independent line of railway extending from the San Pedro's terminal in the town of New house to the mouth of tho mile tunnel, through which the wealth of the mines is to be delivered to the mill. Originally, t it Is said.' the plans of the promoter contemplated an aerial tramway over which to forward the output of the bonanza from the bins at the mouth of , . the tunnel to those at the mill a dls l i tance of two miles but as this could II not be made to provide transportation U for the army o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 March 1904

IF ' ml I TBJ2 SAXT XiAKE TRDOTE: SATURDAY HoiOS, 5IARCH 2$, 1904. 7 , j ' Ml ! . . ! i I Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. J V RAILROAD SHARES I SHOW JARKED RISE jt Sharp Advance in "Wall Street and ! Considerable Trading Bonds v Irregular. NEW YORK, March 23. Today's slocic market showed Itself still Bcnsltlvo to the developments In, the Northern Securities settlement. Yesterday's closing weakness was caused by tho current ramor that Union Pacific Interests had withheld their assent to tho plan of distribution. It was inferred from this that hostilities wcro again threatened over tho transconti nental railroad situation. Tho revival on tho markot today fol lowed the lssuanco of a statement, evi dently by tho very nature of tho differ ence. Tho sollcltudo of tho trustees of tho Oregon Short Lino participating and collateral 4 per cent bonds as to their authority to substitute Great Northern and Northern Pacific stock for tho North ern Securities which now constit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 March 1904

.8 The SAir liAiaa Trxbij: Saturday MoiistosG, March 26, 1904. , 1 If IM C AF C Day's Doineon I fM fIAMfMF! It 111 AjJlJuiU and BTimeld. till illfilfiUll II 1 I ; "SPIDER" WELCH OF i TRISGO IS HEBE i I Hard-Hitting: Californian Arrives I nnd Will Commence Active Training-. f I 1 i "Spider" "Welch, the California light weight boxer, arrived In Uiis cliy yester day afterno'on from San 'Francisco, In company with his manager, Sammy Mc Cllntocic. Welch Is matched lo box twen ty rounds with "Battling" Xclson of Chi- j I cago at th y Salt Palaco tl.- ater on April ' I SiJidor" Welch. I ItHIHMIHMtt f4-H--hr" I jth, under the management of Iho Shum- I rock Athletic club: Nelson Is already 1 here and Is doing active training In an- I llclpallou of the bout, 1 .Welch la a tall, sinewy youth, built B something on the Filzslmmons order. , Ho I docs not look much like a lighter, but from I the accounts of soino of his battles on iho I roast It would appear that his looks aro I deceiving. Wolch h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 March 1904

W :!H M ' 1 - The Salt Ijajoi Trjjbtjotd: Saturday IoiNTN'Grs Mabch 26,190. - 9 j ; GAT IN IEALBAG 4 ' SAYS HANSBR0U6H Senator Makes Some Covert Charges in Connection "With Proposed Repeal of Land Laws. WASHINGTON. March 25. Senator I I j Hansbrough charged In tho Senate to day that the movement to secure the repeal of the desert land law, the tini ' her and stone law, and the commuta tion clause of the homestead act, was due to the efforts of a lobby composed of holders of lands bought In large tracts from railroad companies with a desire thereby to Increase the demand lor their property. Mr. Hansbrough Intimated that thrre was- an ulterior motive in the move ment for the repeal of the laws in Question, saying that there was in Washington an organization preparing the way for the repeal of the desert land, timber, stone and commutation laws, and speaking of this organization, he said: "I am satisfied that it is the purpose of this organization to enhance the value of! private holdi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 March 1904

K lO THE SAIZT IoAXE TRIBinsrE: SATURDAY" MOItNTN'Gj ft'LABCH 26, 19 ?4. I ! ("WANT ADS'M 1 i CASH RATES I I0c per line first Insertion. 5c per lino each subsequent H I ' insortion. la No ad. to occupy less space fi than two lines. Wmi Your "want ad." will be ac- Iflh ceptcd and 'phoned to The Salt i Lako Tribuno office at regular In ' rates by the following agents: I BRANCH OFFICES mi I Godbe-Pltts Drug Co. 101 Main Street. I W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., I i Corner Second South and Stato. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, I 502 South State. ! 1 LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand j B J i Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd We?t Hi and South Temple. j j H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, I 511 West Second South. I A i WASATCH DRUG STORE, H: f 1 corner Second South and Third '. , East.r mt j W. R. ULARK DRUG STORE, j 1 11th East and 12th South, Su- I H; gar House. M H j CONTRACTORS. HL' UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP general conlractora of all kinds of new or , I repair work, stairs, storo fronts, fixtures and buildings, R. S. Brock & Son,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 March 1904

P , the salt lake rEXBtrai!: Saturday mokntstg, sIaech 26, 1904. 11 O I i MANAGER STUBBS IJ , TELLS OF CHANGES J 'Characterizes Most of tho Talk as A rT 1 4 Bumor Without Foundation E Jill ' Kruttschnltt Silont. I SAN FRANCISCO, March 25. Gcn Wm, eral Manager Kruttschnltt, J. G. II Btubb3, E. O. McCormlck and William H, ' Sproule of the Southern Pacific com- " pany aro now In this city, the latter ' , three having arrived today from Los rfi Angeles. Regarding reported changes H among the ofllclals o the road, Traffic I D Manager Stubb-9 Bald: C "They have all been announced offi cii 1 dally. Mr. McCormlck Is going East I I with me and Mr. Fee !s coming here. L r I Mr. Sproule will remain In this city, j?! I Rumors of other changes arc without Hr (l foundation." t) Mr. McCormlck will leaVo here about Kn April 1st to undertake his new duties r. In Chicago. His appointment dates Wkt ' J from that time, and Mr. Fee will take I ' charge of the paspenger traffic at the u L k same time In ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 March 1904

2 The Saxi' XiAKe Tehbtote: Satuiday MoiosrnsTG3 :Luicir 26, 190. ! H I ' ROADS In Washington, Oregon, Idaho , , I nnd wostcrn Montana aro much worse than usual at this time of year, accord ing to H. A. GaUaghor, who Is hero in I tho Interest of the American Cycle co.n ; Jmny. In somo sections thoy aro almost j Jmpa.5sn.blo Thin condition Is duo to tho I licavy precipitation Ihis neason. , 1 i , MISS BBULA FAIR of Eighth West street Bpont luilC an liour Jn a rain wivror Thursday night. At the corner of Eighth AVost and North Temple she stepped on tho covor o tho manhole. Tho cover I'l tipped and lot hor fall snven feet Into tho It earth. Hor ncreaniB nttracled tho atten- j tlon of a boy. who assisted hor to tho C1' wurfaco. Tho youner lady suCercd scvere- f i y from tho nervous shock. f I 4 ' INSTEAD of trying Ray AVrlxht for the attempted hold-up of Mlf-s Kdna Allison, ill Gountj Attorney roduoed tho charge to simple assault. Tho ehango was mndo in consideration of AA'right's youth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

mmml J mm - T ,r yfe (4 f W P ff ' $ 4-' -f " K-f ! jS- m A. 1 J3 i QfltfT fdk PART I. Latest Nc?rs by Wire.t 111 J36iTfGourpTrtI TllTllll ifejii ll Jlf 'O iTOiXlXK SiSr""fs ;! ifaj .T part one! T . J wWww r1 vW :f , 7 j H DH'l 4.4.4.4.4.4.-1-.4.4-4. Jr WEATHER TODAY Unsettled and -warmer. j IH In! 1 I H V ill VoTj- XJjYI- No- 34:6 Salt Laotj City, Utah, SiicpAY Moknxn"g, March 27, .1904:. 36 prges.Fivts Cents. i If HAND OF MILITIA LAID i , ON STRIKE CHIEFTAINS I COLORADO GOVERNOR DEPORTS HEADS OF MINERS' ONION. Organizers of the Western Federation Sent Out of State. President Moyer of Colorado Union Under Arrest for Desecrating Flag. Militiamen at Depot in Tellurido Fired on From Hills Back H- :f:4- : 4 DENVER, March 2C A special to 4 4- tho News from Trinidad, Colo., says 4 4 thut a squad of eoldlors Beizcd 4 4 "Mother" Jones and Joseph Peglnl 4 4 whllo at supper at tho Coronado 4 4 hotel tonight and deported them. 4 4 Tho troops aro now looking for W. 4 4 R. Falrlcy nnd William W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

H ' 1mm B i '2 The Saxt Lajoi Trebtote; Sunday MoirnxNG-, :Luch 27, 1961. ' mm I. j ' : ; , : f WmU It 'i 'the Chicago convention and who in the P next breath would advocate the sending P of George Sutherland, James H. Ander P son and C. E. Loose, knowing the intl v mate political relations that exist bc- , tween those men, certainly could not be acting in good faith when they suggest the retirement of Senator Smoot from 1 the race for delegate in the interest of 1 . party harmony. 3 Factionists to the Bear. B The consensus of the best opinion of H the State Is, so far as it can be learned II at this time, that no strong factionists Bj should seek to be elected as delegates n. at the Stato convention, A set of men K should be selected who would he agree B able to all the members of the party PJ of the Slate, and this, It is believed, can ,3 be accomplished. j I James H. Anderson has been sufTl ,j ctently honored at, the hands of his "1 party by liavmg been twice made m County Commis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

HP PP ' ' P BV ' TTTTC SAIP L.8XE TRCBTOTB! Sundat Moeotng, MjURCH 27, 1904. 3 I ha ltd I It T j' HUSBANDS " S DAUGHTERS Sg-- SONS J . ! MISS NET TIB NIEMANN, White Ik. Mound, Wis.1, -writes: fJl 'The Peruna Medicine Co., Columhus, m O.: 11 "I have been afflicted since childhood with a. moBt unpleasant catarrh of the ' head. Nothing I did seemed to cure me I .-. rind -when I caught a cold my troubles t i increased. While visiting a friend I ' a , learned the real value of Peruna. I had f, often heard it praised, but never paid 1 t f serious attention to it. My friend, how- fl ever, had been cured of catarrh by Pe- Bf All Painty Women Dread Chronic Catarrh I Hacking;, Spitting, Coughing, Sneezing, Cured by 1 Pe-ru-na. i - l Mins Hertha Munn. COS Atlantic St.. V Appleton, Wis., writes: I "I tried catarrh remedies, some of ' . which guaranteed a cure or money rc- l V funded, and have taken as high as eight " bottles of some -without any material 1 benefit. I had made up my mind that i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

Hi ! THE'SAiT TjAKT) TEXBTJN2J: MORTXISTG, MA3KCH 27, 1904. It H I I BY HIS TOUGH THIS I IAH HEALS II ILL j Hallway Section Boss Possesses a 1 Strange Power and Perforins Mir- 1 aculous Cures for Nothing. I Special to Tho Tribune, i -T YRACUSE, March 2G. Thomas J Quinlan, a railroad section boss, 7 has come down from the north to euro Syracuse, folk of their Ills. He was In town for two days only, but In that time he relieved many suffer ers. I Quinlan lives In the village of Mas- I cena. In St. Lawrence count", where he haa worked on the railroad for twenty 1 two years. He Is a muscular, red headed counitryman. For years In his remote town Qulnlan helped people who were 111 and thought nothing of It. Then outsiders began to hear of the cures he performed, anil soon the halt and the lame came fram other places to seek . him out. , Among then was Miss Hogan of , , Glens Falls, u'.ho, after walking only with the aid of crutches for eighteen 4 years, was mottle sound and whole I again....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

' ThE-S-AIiT LAKE TRIBTXCOi: STXNDAT MOIgTPTCk MABCH 27, 1904;. , - 8 ' 9 imtu of m Women's lti. Ladies' Literary. One of the largest audiences of the year was present at the Ladles' Liter ary club Friday afternoon to listen to one of the most delightful programmes In the hl3tory of the club. Much in terest was aroused by the announce 1 ment that the two best stories in the Bhort story contest were to be read. It was not known who the writers of the , v stories were, but the members were not surprised when they learned that Mrs. Morris L. Ritchie and Mro, F. C. Kel sey were the successful competitors. Mrs. Ritchie's- story, "The Third Bi ennial," is produced In this Issue of The Tribune, and will doubtless be read with as great pleasure as it was listened to on Friday. The story was read by Mrs. C. E. Richards, whose ability In this line is not surpassed by anyone in the cits', and her interpre tation of it added much to its charm. "The Subjective Wooing" was the subject of Mrs. Kcl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

' 1 H 6 The S.axt XlAICE Tribtote: ScosTDA-y MoiosiiffG, Majeich 27, 1904. ,;' i Issued every morning by Salt Lake Trlb- uno Publishing Company. PERRY S. Z HEATH, Publisher and General Man- . ' agcr. j i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". I I Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono week? .25 I - Dally and Sunday, one month 1.00 I Dally and Sunday, two months 2. CO ' Dally and Sunday, three months S.OO f Dallv and Sunday, ono year 12.00 - Sunday Tribune, one year, ".00 $1 Sundnv Tribune, nix months 1.00 I ; Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year 1.50 51 1 All remittances and business letters V 1 JL. should bo addressed to ? ' - TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPACT. Salt Lako City. Utah. ' S. C. Bcckwith, Special Aconoy, Sole Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of- - . flee, 43-4M5-47-4S-1D Trlbuno Bulldltiff. New Tork. Western ofllcc, 610-512 Trlb- , T uno Building-. Chicago. ' ' No communication In relation to publl I cation In or business for The Trlbuno ' should be nddrcsscd to any Individual or ' - officer of this corpo...

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