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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

' tecb sait Hake Teibtoos? 'Sunday- Mobitostg. jSIarch 27, 1904. t 7 :H I 1 CLEARING THE GROUND II , FOR SHORT LINE SHOPS if ll Work Started With a Large Force of Men and Teams Mak- i!'L fngf Room for the New Shops, Round Jml house and Depot. Scenes of activity on the grounds of v thenew railroad yards and site for the larger shops and roundhouso of the Ore- gon Short Line, In North Salt Lake, are sufficient to convince the most skeptical that, a new era of growth for Salt Lake City Is fully on. Hundreds of men and many teams are encaged In excavating, clearing away buildings and debris and laying track, the work under way hav ing a tendency to impress ono with the idea that a world's fair or an entire new city were being built, rather than Blmply thot shops for a railroaxL Be- foro tho end of tho present week the flldetracks will havo been laid and ac tual work upon tho buildings for the i new shops will have begun, and this work will also be pushed with all pos olblo speed. Just a...

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. — 27 March 1904

Bl 1 1 8 The Salt XjAEe Trlbihsts: Sunday Moknxn-g, March 27, 1904. li ; H I f News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of illT I SENSATIONAL STRIKE I IN BINGHAM MINES IH9L Naw Haven Crowd Encounters An- In other Pot of Wealth in the Old II. Star Properties. II , While it has not been exploited bc- IU yond tjie Inner cunrd positive assur- 9'1 ance comes from Blncham that In the I 3 properties of the Bingham fc New I j Haven Mining company tho inanage- I I ment has achieved results, partial at I I legist, for which It has been prospecting I the camp of copper for nearly two I ! years, and that the prominence of tho I '. proposition as another copper, gold and I silver producer. Is now practically as- I ! sured. It was this achievement, In- deed, according to reports from camp, I that Induced the recent visit by tho New Haven olllclals, and while they were provokingly silent, the strike, It Is I claimed, Is none the less a fact. The ! properties of the Bingham & New wXa Haven com...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

Mr I K V ' The SaltIaice TRTBinsrE: Sunday MoKRnro March 27, 1904:. . y m ( (r pay With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. j II: FtAELROAO SHARES ' fiOLD!NG BOARDS I r Trading in Wall Street Again Centers i k in Union Pacific Bonds and j 12 Money, l.ffi NEW YORK, March 2C Today's stock I market was a Email affair and trading i I contcrcd again In Union Pacific. That -: r stock fluctuated over a range of slightly ;" K ' rrioro than a point abovo last night's level. . Vi with constant reactions, and ended the 'S day at an advance of Tho suggestion ,k ' that tho manner of distributing ' tho l Northern Securities assets should be j submitted to Judicial decision was an un- flH f, - settling lnflucnco upon tho market In jsplto of tho various assurances and Intl Rt, ix matlons from authorized sources that p there was no danger of hostilities between ML,; i the great forces concerned In tho settlc- K , mont. jHy ' A reaction beforo the bank statement carried prices back to tho nei...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

H. . 10 The BautIuAKEj Trtbtote; Sunday Mokotstgt, March 27, 1904. . H THU FUNERAL of Mrs. Martha Proo or, who died sovcral days ago. was held , if yosterdav from (ho Union ward meoting 1 J house. Tho Interment wan In South Cot- 'i tonwood cemetery, Elder James B. Proc- 'j tor officiating. Tho deceased leaves flvo i t children, twenty-four grandchildren and I fifteen great-grandchildren. a LUCILLE BARTON, known in tho un der world as "Dtp Lucille," entered a rla of not guilty In Judgo Dlchl's court yesterday when arraigned on tho chargo of grand larceny. Tho woman la allowed io havo stolen $IK. beside; somo Jewelry, from ono Frank Adair. Sho was arrested In. Ogden. r FOR THK FTR9T TIME in this city i ', individual communion cups will bo used at thn services in tho First Congregational church today. Tho Innovation la baaed 4 cn sound hygienic principles. j,' ,1 1 "'PINK EYE" is Ihq name of a dineaso ! i oald to bo prevalent among: Salt Lako ! j school children. Tho discaso attacks th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

Br Pn WU I r , m j cwo cbc Set it Lcik CribuH i mm m$ $wnon i j I I'll. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 37, 1904. " j I ill' VVV A L ftP Aftermath of A k f k JB Schtdalt Begin, CV WV fff W I 1!f ECHOES FROM THE ! FIGHT AT 'FRISCO General Opinion Seems to Bo That Britt "Was Underestimated 1BJ Corbett Overconfident, IE ATany and varied wore the expres- vM p!on heard nmong tho fight followers 'Iffe? In rognrd to tho termination of the big battle at 'Frluco Friday nhjht, Seme i . thought that Referee Qraney made p, mistake In giving the tight to llrltt, ajj holding out that tho affair should have jf J been a draw, nooortllng to the descrln- V$ i tlon of the battle received here, Others .)U were uqually Insistent that Brltt waa fntltled to tho decision Hlnce he held ryjP hlB own with the ohninplon throughout ytM tho early part of the mill and waa easily the beat In tho closing rounds, i- 1 Referee Qraney no doubt gave tho de ! j olslon to tho man who In his Judgment I .1 Wad ...

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. — 27 March 1904

V . ! 8 1 t - If If; a TH3B SAIF IiASOB TRXBTHNBi SUNDAY MORNING-. MAJICH 27, 1904:. - ; - I H I HUMOREOS HOMELESS I! AMD MILLION IN l PROPERTY LOSS. IE Enormous Damage by Flood IB and Storm in' Michigan and Other States. ! Entire Southern Section of tho I jj Country Cut Off From j Outsido World. I'! p DETROIT, March 2J. Tho flood M;, -f- situation throughout lower Mlchl- 1 -i- (Tail seems less hopeful tonight. At Hrv present the point of greatest dan- r 4- gcr seems to bo at Grand Rapids -f H$- -f and along the course of the Grand -fr- -f- river. Estimates mado at tho va- -f rlous stations placo tho floor dam- -f -f ngos up In several million' dollars, -f j The number of drownings reported -j- - was Increased to three today by tho Hl death of Joseph IClrkbrldo, who HB , -f- while riding horseback, was swopt -f HB -f- off a flooded bridgo at Saranac. - 4- Eight bridges wcro destroyed at and -f 1 near Flint today. -Y w OUISVILLE, Ky., March 2G. Sel jj dom, If ever, since the Civil wa...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

wT , XJ33S PAXT JUAJOD XKTBUKE: SOTTDAT MORNING, MAKOBl 27, 1904. 3 j' II 111 HOT SHOT FIRED 11 AT BUREAUCRATS y ifl, Congressman "William AJdon Smith I ' of Michigan Defends House Mem- I I Jm: bers From Bristow's Attack. R 1JU Special Correspondence The Tribune 1 Iff' WASHINGTON, March 26. Hon. 3 jffi William Aldcn Smith of Michigan has Ij4 pi delivered a speech In the House In do- H yj i fenae of members who were condemned I n' by the Brlstow report for performing' M, tS5 their simple and clear duties In the If Postofflce department which will ring ,'' i 1:, in the ears of Congressmen and those of j the country who read It for many years. I ' !! Mr. Smith simply voiced the feelings I' within the breast of every member of the House. Others in a fragmentary or Ijl Ha? disconnected form virtually have ex- Em ' pressed tho same views. Congrcrs Is If Bj responsible for the disbursement of all k B; the country's money. No expenditure Vfi K' can be made by any executive depart- Lv R5, me...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

mm mmm H If 'mmM ) 4 , v The Saizf "Lake Tjeubtote: Siiniay Mokntstg, Majch 27, 190 ; It - : : : : . rrrtm 1 V ',JpwfSr fe before fte ' O Public Be ' ikfS I Mm..-- I ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK. Salt Lake Theater Shay Grand Opera company in "Carmen," Monday night; "II Trovatore," Tuesday night: I, "Bohemian Girl," "Wednesday after noon; "Faust," Wednesday night; "Mb Faddcn's Bow of Flats," Thursday and ( Friday nights, I Grand Theater Richard & Prlnglo's ' tolnstrols Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights and Wednesday af ternoon; Isabel Irvinpr. In "Tho Crisis," Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights H' and Saturday afternoon, B. H M;aude Adams Tvill be In Salt Lake in H Alay. Manager Pyper last week ar- H ranged for her appearance at the Salt Lake Theater on the 23rd, 24lh and 25th I of that month. Miss Adams is now , playing In "Tho Pretty Sister of Jose," ' and this play will be given here. A New York dispatch states that on her H tour to the Pacific coast she will also 'j appear in "...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

jf'J , . Saxp ILake Tribi 0 I - I I J- With the. Music Folk. u ; jlf( Muslo lovers especially, and the pub- ' '' lie generally, are deeply Interested In IJSj" the appearance of Harold Bauor at the 1 Jmi First Congregational church tomorrow K evening. Mr. Bauer has Just completed ill; a tour of the Pacific coast, where he has iB ;' been tho recipient of the highest praise 1 Sa'j- at the hands of tho music critics, and l jtr, .where he has been accorded tho most S enthusiastic receptions by tho great au- I VJ ; dlences that have greeted him night af- I n tcr night. The San Francisco Dramatic Rf K Review says that "Harold Bauer has 1 been more than the event of the week. l j ' He supersedes in every point any plan- .tfirjjf 1st who has yet appeared here since the Ml; twentieth century arrived," Mr. Bauer til' , appears under the auspices of the Phll- 9M harmonic Guaranteeing association, who J HI are to be congratulated upon securing il bo able an artist. 1H Enjoys Feast of Music. i H ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

; ' The SaXiT Tattr, Tkebtfnte: Suktdat MoBjSTDstg, JVIajrch 27, 1904, j I 11 FACTS COME OUT ; IN POSTAL DEBATE - Ex-Postmaster-General Smith. De- H , nounces the Tulloch Charges S as Heal Hot Air Indeed. K (From tlio Philadelphia. Press Ex-Post- fi ranetcr-Gcncral Charles Emory Smith, fi ! ndlto'r.) ' j ! During tho heated debate in the House 1 , of Representatives last Friday on postal 1 I matters, Mr.-Clayton of Alabama said: "Then, later on, when these enterprls : '. lnp public servants were not content 1 with the horac laugh of that dlstln- ! j fruished individual (Postmaster-General ' J Payne) they apaln asked him, and pressed it upon him, 'What about tho Tulloch charges of great corruption and dishonesty in the Postofllco department,' this man is reported to have said in re 1 ply. 'tho Tulloch charges are all hot air.' " Mr. Clayton proceeded to stiginatizo and denounce Mr. Payno as "Mr. Hot Air Man." Criticism from other quar , tera has been directed to tho eame f point, Mr....

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

Wjl .t The Salt!Lake Tetbtotb: Sunday Mokot Majrch 27, 1904. f jl Si 'BAD-WEATHER I , AFFECTS TRADE iji Buftho Real Estate Outlook Is Con- I', . sidered Brighter Than Ever in P-' . ' History of tho City. J honestly bellevo that thcro Is no n M city In tho "United States In which busl- V; J f xness and real estate- are on a better, flr, X K firmer basis than they are In Salt Lake Hfc L v City at this time," said one oC tho most M substantial real estate men In the city H u yesterday. "You will find an occasional Bfl B kicker In cveo" community, but try to flpPlf buy any property or established busl- Kll - ness In this city and you will cot a WL ? 1 fair Idea oC the healthy conditions pre- U.ll , I vailing. My llrm has made three sales B'l a of real estate property this week which n i A' - were balked by the owners backing; Km 4, oiuarely out when offered the prices at S ' which the properties had been placed By!', In our hands for sale. You don't hear li ' ' of any genuine sacrifice ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

I' i 8 The S-dir Lake Teibxinu! Sunday Moenxn'g. Mabch 27, 1904. .in I 1 - . I mmm '' IJ I! "WANT APS" CASH RATES 1 i 10o per line first insertion. 1 So per line each subsequent Insertion. ; ;i No ad. to occupy less space than two lines, j Tour "want ad." will be rto- : , cpted and 'phoned- to Tho Salt , Hake Tribune office at regular jhy, rat03 by the following agents: :', BRANCH OFFICES f ' Godbe-Pitts Dru Co. I j 101 Main Street J W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Second South and Stato. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, , 502 South State. , LEAVER DRUG CO., Grnnd !. Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Wept and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, 1 511 West Second South, i WASATCH DRUG STORE, i 1 cornef Second South and Third East. L I W- R, ULARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su- gar House. Ij DIED, f C RO CKWE LL Ta this city. March 23, I 1904. Lois Rebecca Crockwoll. of pneu monia, aged 1 year S months and six s days. Llttlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. , ! Charles L. Crockwoll. i I Funeral will be ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

in fe THE Salt tribune: SUOTDAT MO!CmsTG-, MAJRCH 27, 1904. .9 !' il ml 1 ij , FOB SALE REAL ESTATE. I - 2 ACRES m xic&r Caldcr's, fine land, Improved,- must II besold bargain. GODDARD-BOWMAN M CO,. UNDER WALKER'S BK. . MODERN HOUSE FOR $3750.00. Il Sevon-room dwelling on 12th East If near ,l8t South, conveniently modern In every respect, attractlvo lot, with f cast' front Will sell on easy tcrjis m at low rate of Interest Hit Houston Real Estato Inv. Co., Ma- 251 Main St. v ' MODERN COTTAGES. SEE US AT ONCE. Wo havo six handsome new modern pressed brick cottages on east side, from 0 'to S. rooms, at prices froai $2300 to $1000. Two of them aro forced sales, Wo defy competition .and Invito tho closest scru- ' WILL HAKE TERMS. A. McKcllar & Co.. 03i W. 2nd So. t22SG WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS. Tho most beautiful 9-rm. mod. home, ' and one 5-rm, mod. house, both on samo lot, close In, at a bargain. 5-rm. mod. on bench, largo lot, cheap. 5- rin. mod.brlt; you can buy It Just llko p...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

I 10 THE SAXT LAKE TBT3TOTE: BUTTDAT MORNING, MAJRCH 27. 1904. - Ii OQDEN I IJ TRIBUNE BRANCH 0PPI0E, IP OGDEN REPUBLICANS I IN FAVOR OF HARMONY U Special to Tho Tribune. I OGDEN, rarch 26. Local Kcpubll tu can3 are highly pleased at tho apparent a determination on the part of Utah $ party leaders to harmonize tho differ I ' ences that have existed In tho party. E I Tlio action of the Utah Congressional f i delegation in drawing out of-tho con- ;( test for representation in the National j j'' convention is highly commended, and it s is looked upon as a big step toward ! J healing' up old wounds. I J County Chairman Agio, In npeaklng '. of the matter said: "The situation in Utah demands wise, conservative ac , ' tion upon tho part of all Republicans, There should bo no radicalism nor fac tional controversies. The delegation from this State to the National con- vcntlon undoubtedly will favor the nomination of President Roosovclt, and - should be composed of staunch, repre j sentatlve ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

Mill J ' ' .SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1904. ) r yttntHmmiMniii nmitm 4-ww m h--h-h- i iimihhmhiihh) HH-m m h 4-m s4-h hihihihi j W-h- nttnnttiinmliift j 1 I v j f!JfLIlS CllV-i A EL O I DArDJA I O Lj!!f Progress t In I ffiiitinifmiiiHiniiw yf j I Heal estate dealers are usually Jn 'M 1 close touch with tho conditions of the y. K real estate market, A depression KUt touches them first of all. and 'they are JM enabled to "feci" the swell 'o a. tide of !jr ' prosperity before It becomes apparent II ' to the casual observer. The real estate men of Salt Lake City, while pleased ' with the condition of their market dur . ing the past year, arc predicting even 'c' better things for the almost immediate J future. They hear every day the lu ll''? quirles of Intending home-builders and S Investors. To them are confided tho LliJ I reasons why this one and that one and j'jjjl the other one intend to place their sav rjjjj ings in Salt Lake real estate. They L' ' know why ot...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

I I I 1 I 2 The Saxt JLakjz TRiBTrNrE: stotday morning. March 27, 1904. $ ; 1 A Wealth-Making Factors of Immediate Future JDJTTJfHTlT 07 CVDCDTC ,fPo I I MM t t I 1 .. 1 1 1 ....... 1 1 i 1 . X X 1 J ! A 1 ! 1 1 . . 1 I . 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1....... ....... ...11.. ill 1 t 1 I I t I I I I I I I t Salt Lake. Only City to Which Three Roads Are Building " ' As spring approaches It Is the natural order of events for people to make an " fxtra effort to obtain that new home , -for which they have been longing: and husbanding their resources to purchase, and St seems to us that this Idea Is predominant in, the minds of more pco "nlc this spring than It has been since .'.the boom days of 1S90. The people . lealizo that with the advent of the new railroads which nre swiftly connecting this city with other points, the price ..of real estate will greasy appreciate. Our Mr. F. W. Utile, who has lately returned from a trip along the route of the San Pedro road, reports that i - there remains les3 th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

Pi The SaipEa&e TEiBxmBj'SxjJSTDAT Momottg. Iatich 27, 1904. 3 H , I RECORD - BREAKING YEAR I ff f . FOR BUILDING 3LS,.Wi,h ' General building operations in Salt I Lake City have been retarded and dc- m Iayed by bad weather, but in spite of 1' the untoward conditions resulting from If an unprecedented snowfall und a baclc- 1 ' ward spring1, operations are already in 3 progress which would cause some cities Jj k 10 Del'ovo tnat l"cy were enjoying a $ genuine booni. At a matter of f,aet, 1 3 building was in progress to a surprls- n ing extent throughout the entire wln- E tcr. even six weeks of sleighing having , failed to seriously interrupt the linnd- I ling of bricks and mortar. But the ! 1 1 nnows of winter were not to be coni- pared with the snow and rain and mud V ( of spring as a means of holding up the ; , work of the builder and the plans of those who have contemplated building. : Delivery of brick and stone and other building materials has. during the last r ( few wteks b...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

H 4 Tee Salt Lake Tbibtote: Btjjspay Mo3reror& Majrch 27, 1904. . li ! fl I What the Oregon Short Line Has Done and Pur poses to Do in the Immediate Future in the Way of a Union Depot and Gigantic Shops for Salt Lake City. I "Tho said grantee (The ' Oregon Short Lino Railroad company) shall, "vrithin six months from tho dato of ouch, acceptance, commence tho actual conotructlon work on its yards, depot, chops and buildings, and coinplota tho same -within Ave years." So reads the ordinance passed by the ' 'City Council of Salt Lako City on Sep tombor 28, 1303, and approvod by Mayor Ezra Thompson on October 2, 100D, Thu It Jb ncccsnary for the Orogon Short Lino company to begin tho work o demolition and conBtructlon or tho great railroad yards, chops and Union depot by Saturday of thlg yraok, ae tho Bix months will then havo elapsed Blnco approval of tho ordinance granting do Blrablo and valuable franchises by the Slayor and accepted by the corpora tion. , PLANS OF THE COMPANY. -R...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

Ri COUNTRY'S fLW Aftef.yHardcst Winter in Years tlio J Sudden Change to Spring Weather Xf'W ' PutS IIcaltl1 and Energy of Whole f EM Nation in Peril, i Mi IyJ; WEAKNESS SEEMS UNIVERSAL. "Tlrrd! Tired! Tlwl!" Is Heard on F3 L.vtTy Hand From Slaves of tho Stren- l '" J'ife. Whipping Their Weary Ener- ill V DANGER TO LIFE AND HEALTH 1 The great laesitudo la spreading. Every I 1 day finds now victims falling under Its tftl 1 effect, and the people, of the ontlro coun-, I km ! try aro weighted raoro heavily every day M'M with the dragging weariness li fvill "Tired tired tired!" Is heard on cv- MH ry hand. In ofTlccs and factories, mills itma nnd homcs- the alCres. In the schools, VMmm In thc puIPa even, the slaves of this 'iKs strenuous Hfo are whipping tholr Jaded j'WK ciiprgiee trying In vain to resist the gon- ejl, lassitude which acts Its mark upon I Br Tho bcat of lhe clly's hear! Is weaken- ILBiv Jnf7! Its pulso bouts more and ymoro fceb- ;f? 1 1v effort slackens a deadly languor h...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

0 . The SaipJLakb Tbibpmes Sunday MoiamrG-, March 27, 1904. -J ! Hj I SALT LAKE CITY, March 24. Is thero any olty ordinance or law which prohibits any ones from putting up a fenco on his own ground, even If the fence ahould darken his neighbor's windows or prevent the light from showing: through as before?!. S. D. The natural right to fence as one wills Ib subject to modification, and we believe that the Council has restricted the height of fences. PAROVv'AN. March 19. Please an swer in your next Thursday's Trib une the following question: 1. Can a man hold unsurveyed land un der a squatter's right, and what does he have to do to comply with the law? 2. Can a widow enter land without liv ing on the land as a homestead? A Subscriber. 1. He can hold It by filing his claim In the U. S. Land office. 2. Widows are subject to the general laws and regula tions. OGDBN'. March 21. Please an- IBwer the followin question . in your next Sunday's Tribune: What is the difference, or 1b there a di...

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