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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 January 1904

iftP 1 S I Vllf llP1lf lf ll I :PerMaala' medical and! ?t the Classified , Ads, on Hi JP i I B W 5?i' T I 1 1 W iT 1 1 1 F J I i I 1 1 1 1 I It S Dcntists on Back Page, in 5cjy ' WEATHER TODAY Threatening-; with local snow. ivoT,. XT-.VI. Jo. 26S. Sam Lake City, Utah, Saturday MoTtfnnsrG, JAmjAHY '9. 1904-12 Pages, Five Cents, H 1APAN WILL CONTINUE NEGOTIATIONS WITH RUSSIA I IffwAS! MINE," 1 ADMITS Suspect shogkley jMs He Gave Hat and Gun to a Friend. ' !tfN HOURS IN SWEATB9X Ming Admissions Made by the Prisoner. jffc Are Now Confident They SSSpre the Right Man, "but Will Ljrile Up the Evidence. bought the hat and a gun In 55Bpa.Hs, lut T gave them away to UKj id of mine before I came here. hlm the hat because' he needed al'jj fl had another the one I have tver since I came to Salt Lake. J.! Id to gtt rid of the gun because no use for it and I was afraid J7 fit get me Into trouble Jt I car- rg fsBVBK-HOUR SWEAT. e admissions from Jack Shockley JTJ lie net result of seven hours of in...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 January 1904

m f . Hl I 2 The Sam.' Xike TMBTrra? Saturday Mokntstg, January iu. llf I I ! E6N0HE THE INJUNCTION I Military Officers at Cripple i1 Gretk so Decide. j i , REFUSE TO ACCEPT SERVICE If 1 1 j! j ' 3 Judge SeGds's Restraining Or- dor Is Sot Aside. I! , J , Vagrancy Order Requiring Strikers j; 1 to Obtain. Employment Before Jan. 7th or Leave Camp Enforced. ;'.!, ; ('' i x fj: Cripple Creek. Cola., Jan. S. Col. ' 1 Verdeckberff and the other military i;( 1 officers held nnothor council of war, as p, ) they term their conferences, this morn- IhJ.' Ins, and decided to Ignore the injunc- ' tlon Issued by District Judge Seeds. restraining- the mllltla from sending jj, j out of the camp any members of the ' Western Federation of Miners. The r military officers have refused 'to accept service of any paper from "tho District ft i court. i After the close of the "council of K i war" Maj. Thomas E. McClelland with R a squad of soldiers started out from I headquarters to make arrests under 31 ' C...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 January 1904

K- The Salt Laics Tribute: Satltrdat Moigstzstg, January 9, 1904. 3 H getc group of claims jjMSWhayne Censolidated Passes CEC0MES SELDeM SEEN ci Workte Be Pushed on the Prop , orty at Once. Hg Larry McPolin, a Wcll-Known Miner .'K of the Park, Passes Away of AUK . Miners' Consumption. SrefL f TRIBUNE EL-HEAL. r Park City. Jan. . f. f The Thayno's Consolidated group of V" ; (en cUlms passed Into tho possession or Bjj I John P. Kelly and John A. Johnson Janu y'ary 1st. a"'1 developing: operations will ---j W commence on the property next week. Pn, ' The nw owners have changed the nnmc Sdl of the p-oporty to the Seldom Seen. " I The Thnyne's Consolidated wax pros i f p;ctid considerably by its ownrrn. but 5y.J r no work has been done on the ground A or '0"1', tI,nC' aUd U VraS l0St t0 UlCm i bl' relocation. I ! i") n .nt-rcs Is considered lo be Rood Kr5 E jroprrtj, the two ledges running through f inl I - It outcropping conspicuously and carrying WtrjTl ore to llu surfaco In somo place...

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. — 9 January 1904

4 The Sait Tmkfi Tribiine: Satukdat Mojosistg, Jaotart 9. 1904. I 111 7 r : 'j Ipflucd Every Morning by i jj) I Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. ' f 1 PERRY S. HEATH, l Publisher and General Manager. j I Entered at the Postofflce of Salt L.aKo J pity as second-class matter. J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". , Daily and Sunday Tribune, ono wcek.S .23 j DnMv and Sunday, one month....... Or.flv and Sunday, two months. -vJ J Mlallv and Sunday, three months.... Dallv and Sunday, one year - ' 3undav Tribune, one year iv ,3undav Tribune, six months J-J" I 'Semi-Weekly Tribune, one year...... l.- i ' All remittances and business . letters ) ,' ihould be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City. Utah. I' 1 S. C. Beckwlth Special Atrency. Solo Bastern Advert Islnc Agent. Ea?ttrn of flee. 43-44 I547-S-19 Tribune BuHdlntr. Now 'Fork. Western office. -610-512 Trlbuno Building, Chicago. ' j Washington Bureau 1417 Q Street. ! Tribune Telephone Numbers. 'Busing Office 363 ! 'Cltv Editor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 January 1904

The Salt Laths 'fcRmnsreit Stutoay Moiixcre, Jaaky 9, 1964. s . PRUSH THE WORK edro Officials to Meet iera Next Week. W C MEN WILL ATTEND ttlirs f Importance tc Be Considered. aught That tho Time Limit for J. Completing- the Hoad Can Be Cut 'From 10 to 10 Months. ' I ,tttlnir of the onicJiii of the San Bro. los Angeles & Salt Take Rail Til company, at which plans for the S"i ardfiu: of further construction con i. 'fi -n-wi be considered, will lx? held this city tho last of ncxi week. It Expected that Vce-Presldents J. Ross fFk, B C Kerens of St. Louis', and i JE. Gibbon of Los Angeles', fresh flW " an InsPCl,on r tne 11Qn' work .' l ?ad' completed, will he In attendance '1 ilthat buslneES of the utmost import ed !e will be considered. A portion of s may have to do with the dispatch 7 Slh which construction work will be -'Ehed. At the present rate of nrog- sSBb It la said, fifteen months will he icMuIre to offect through connection UltfrneanF of thlH line between Salt Lake "7y nt...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 January 1904

6 THLE SJlLTJjuSlKB TRIBTOvTE: SATTTHBAY MGSs12G, XASTUAKY 9, 1904. iM ' : ; : : : ; ": jd N FN G $ PROSPECTORS jN D U ST.RY IV ON IRON MOUNTAIN I i ' I 1 r ?! Steady Work Prosecuted fay ! Fuel Company. . OVER SIXTY MEN EMPLOYED j Mark Htpkins Makes a Nw ; i Ctal iV2in. i ! I , ; l I ' , Many "Waiting' on, the Government's I 1 Approval of tho Recent Survey 1 ' Latest From- the Camp. I ' "While the campaign of development I I on Iron Mountain in Iron county 5s I ! practically confined to that which Is l ' "being prosecuted by the Colorado Fuel I j & Iron company, said Fred McGurrln ' ! ' . on his return from that region yest'cr I day, the assessment work has in no L single- instance been neglected and ev : ! cry thing now foretells a most active ' ' , reason. On Desert Mound, whose Iron ' 1 differ from the average in that they , 1 are the bessemer, the Colorado company Is affording employment to about sixty person?, while at Iron City work is pro gressing on the Free-Thompson gro...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 January 1904

THE SALT LAKE TBIBICsE: SATURDAY MOESnCSTG, JATJAHY 9, 1904. H ?fc yPSrE STCOFTHEWORL0 f2f STOCKS iIRKET A DULL ONE Sensations and Without Marked Features. lEfi FEELING OVER WAR Rcpienlshmsnt Banking Reserves Are Shewn. Prices of tho Day Were Made in ie Last Hour, and Close Was Fairly Steady. York, Jan. S. There was a dull xeng stock market todny, without Ions ami without marked features, aler feeling over tho far Eastern it and tho promise of n large re iment of banking: reserves to be by tomorrow's bank statement he Impelling causes of the olow rise, fst prices of tho day were made In?t hour, and tho closing was steady and near the top prices, news on the war situation was r, and there was no deep-seated lion that hostilities would be avcrt L tho possibility of a quick change situation and the Important Influ rhich would bo caused by such a. induced great caution in trading assumption that was was Inevi The forecasts of the weekly movc n currelncy promise a gnln In cash ween 110,0...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 January 1904

f Q '1 I 5 SaLTIAICE TJRIBUIvE: SATURDAY MOKSTCSTG-, .1A2TOAKY 9 1904 9 IS RIDEOUT IS CAPTAIN U. of U. Track Team Plans If) for Victories. , BRIGHT; GUTLO0K . AHEAD i. ' " -1 ' r ! j; i Some 6o9d Athletes Joined the : I School Recently, r t: : j Brief Kevlew of What Has Been Done . and What Is Planned for the - , II ' ! ' ' j. .Another unwritten la.w and one which I has served as a precedent for nanny i years was broken yesterday, when.' Vnl j I Rldeo'ut, a former captain of tho XJnl- er.ty track -team was again elected ' to that position. This action -was taken U f at a meeting, yesterday noon, 'when' four (: out of Lhe'elx tast year trackmen pres- j ' ' nt cast their votes for itldeo'ut." Tho"! j, (1 1 ballot was, a secret one "but the suppo- V l i sltlon Ts that Russell and Whitney each j- ) leeelved one. of the other, two votes jl j cast. Tlie six members who were pres- ;( cnt and voted are: Riser, Russell, tj ' "Whitney, last year's captain, Ridoout, jS i Thompson and Wade. The...

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

The Salt Lake Tblitjxe: Hatukday MoicnzsrG, January 9, 190. 9 I DEFIES THE LAW s Services of Lawyer :o Defend Him, NAMES ATTORNEYS s Plea of Insanity Is "All Nonsense." Like a Stoic to .the Charge of r in First Degree Hear, Monday at 10 O'clock. Rose, the self-confessed "wife defiant- ns ever and ap is utterly unconcerned In re ie fnte which awaits him for p tine of the most dnKardly the history of all crime, was arraigned In the criminal (li the District court on the murder In the -first degree, was given the statutory time This placesi'lhe time of his Igninent at 10 -o clock" next joining. ii? taken to the courtroom county Jail handcuffed to V. Fuller, the soldier who Is with criminal assault. In murderer maintained his. cus r of contempt for the actions cers of the law. When asked an attorney to represent him shortly in the negative and ther thut lie des-lrcd none. He olcnlly to the reading of the nplalnt by Clerk Buckwaltcr. rgpd him with murder in the e, "In that he did. on the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 January 1904

If i ties Salt juajcs Tmbu. Saturday Moksin-g, Jastuajbly 9, 1904. ( II J KAV A WARM SESSION ill' Over the Clerkship of Board li - IjCj of Education. ii I 1 M8YLE TAKES THE FLOOR ' Noldon Wakes Prosidant , Re- ; tract One Statsmont. ': Bond of 'Judd Is Approved and Stand- i Ing- Committees Aro Named for ' Ensuing Two Years. !. ! ' '' The meeting of tho Board of Education 1 j i Jrst night was in the nature of a second : j J act In tho trouble which rtarted at the- I; tcsslon last Tuesday, when Ia P. Judd, a ' ferothor-ln-law of Byron Cummings, was i i, I elected clerk of tho board in the place of ' ! J. B. Morclon, who had held the position ' for thirteen years. The session was cqual- ! I 1 as warm as the previous one, and the ( ! I varmth of some of the statements passed I incited tho. .frost on the window panes. I lb i Mr. Judd was present, and the approval ' f his oath of office and bond, qualifying tM I lilm for tho clerkship, participated the li J main event of the evening, In w...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 January 1904

The Salt LjLKE Tribute: Satutupa-t Morhing, JactAxp 9, 1904. 11 I JflpHbl CHECK TRADE Isident Hill of Northern Pacific Makes Speech. KS ABOUT RESTRAINT 'tho Kynoto f His Brlof Address, ires Railroad That Restrains ide Is Certain to Go Broke, and Be Wiped Off Earth. ft St. Paul. Jan. 8. Howard Elliott. ,' resident of the Northern Pacific rall Jiy, was tendered a reception in the rlors o the Commercial club tonight, lis marking his formal entry Into the i11 einess life of St. Paul. About 200 ly' rsIneES mon of SL Paul were present, MjJ ui a large delegation from the Mln jj apolls Commercial club joined In the tfcome to the new President of the 'i wtherii Pacific. t! Probably the most Important address, 3k " k- ... . . , ... . . n wnicn comma.naeu mo closest ui--.t'JifWtlon, was that of President J. J. will' 'of the Great Northern railway, jjr. Hill Introduced his remarks by &ttj2mllirir attention to the contrast be Jween the present and the future; of iiKhat growth and success had...

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. — 9 January 1904

H 12 ' TTTTH TRIBTOTE: SATURDAY MOiUSnGSTG, JANTTART 9,1904:. 'J, , Iff I CITY ANB NEIGHB0RHO3D. ii The Famous restaurant, on Commercial Hi det, haTkon Bold by WlllHm Sin h It to Ira Pop, an experienced rest cui ran tcur. The annual meeting f?T ,h, olcc'fS!I?5 I officers of the First t r.ltarlnn society ' i cnlled for Mojftlay even ng. Manual 1 Ulh, at ItH hnll. 140 Second Lost sticct. i i It. M. Johnson, chief Janitor of the city . and county building.' has filed bin yearly li report In tho office of Mayor Morris. , The flgurca submitted show lh "mount ), i-xpendcd for Jnnltom' services during- the J vear to have been $72t.oi. Im t! 1 Dr, M. R. Stewart, clly physician, yesterday-filed his offielnl report for the laat 1 year with Mayor Morris. The rcportB of ;ho city poundkecpor. tho bullrnng n 'i Hpoetor and the city sldi of tho Joint i. building wore also preonlod, 1 it V t A k. JTajrer. formerly a high school f teacher of thin city, now residing in Ma f jiIIp. will have charge of...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

" WEATHER TODAY Portly cloudy. " fjgfa. XTjYI. No. 269. Sait Lake City, Utah, SuAY'Moiaoya, January 10, 1904-32 Facts, Five Cents. II IFour Lives Lost in a Marine Disas-pr-Most Terrible Ever Known in gj ' Straits of Juan De Fuca.. . . r.:v I it Clallam of the Ic - Victoria Fleet Every Woman and Aboard Sacrificed erce Storm, Which ed Vessel's Ruin, Wash., Jan. 9. The new Jlallam, of the Seattle-Vlc-wenttoown early thJs iriorn iy between Smith island and ( in the straits of Juan de :y-four persons Ave re drowned. DROWNED. L. Thompson, Victoria, ent ehman, Tacoma, customs In T. Lawrence, Victoria, Yukon R. Bolton. Alberta, B. C. -who ;r wedding tour, law, Victoria, ship-owner, 'hompson, Tacoma, President Shlngton Co-Operative kilning . J. C Gallnteley; Victoria, wife mager of the Bank of Mon-. .Ualel'y. Victoria, ulse Harris. Spokane, lin, Seattle, wife o restaurant - ri.'ince, Kausas City, member of gal troupe U;i Daniels, musician, Kansas. City. 4 pe Hicks, Indianapolis, Ind. mm T. S...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

B I 2 . lEE KAXiT JLiAKTi1, TmBTOEES STJTSTDAY MOKNXCGr, JAjSTUARY 10, 1904, II SAME OFFICERS NAMED ' No Changes in Saltair Rail jjj J' road sr Beach Companies, ij JOS. F. SMITH HEADS BOTH j SUckhlUrs and Urctrs Hild Annual Meetings. ii, No Intimation. Given Out as to What ' ( Is to Be Done to Bcdcem ' 1 1 ' Saltair Next Season. ) Meeting of tho stockholders of tho Salt I Lako & Los Angolea Railroad company ) i and the Saltair Beach company wero held f yesterday morning In tho office of the ! company, with President Joseph F. Smith 1 prosidlng. Tho boards of directors wero elected, and they In turn elected officers. I Nothing was dono or proposed for the year's business, Tho directors of tho rail road aro: Joseph F. Smith, John R. Win der, James Jack, L. John Nuttal, N. W. Clayton. The officers: President, Joseph , F. Smith: vice-president, Jnmes Jack; ! secretary and treasurer, William McMll i lan; general manager, J, E. Langford. For the Saltair Beach company tho dl 1 rectors ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

M ME BAIPjhAKTS TRTBTOTB? SU2STDAT MommSTG,. JATUAHT 10, 1904. 3 SI tpCITY MAJESTIC 'wppiny Inaugurates Policy Sjm WORK TWO SHIFTS MEN in . Pacific Train Derailed Nar Park' !i ?er riroman nnd District Fore gah Painfully Bruised Engine jjGoes Down Embankment. " TRIBUNE BUREAU, . Park City, Jan. 0. YhBe Park C,ty Ivraestic Wining com :W;,has Inaugurated a policy oC cx- Kfnn in Its operations wliich In p. 'K& an Immediate increase in its rR(BpJn the tunnel. Later it contem- removinc the water from the ,K on tiio ore chuto and two shifts 5 Njiften at work there. The augmenta ijffof 'the operating force will proceed ' jrcumstances permit until a consid force will be employed at this '.''.EnlsIiJff new property. Pioneer work the group has brought forth such oJ- ouraglng results that the company r?j Justified in commcncinc this policy I Scpanslon. 4 16 party consisting of Frank Pierce. - Pis interested In the Calumet and ' jamlne in Michigan, C. S. Rolph V lalt Lake, mining promoter, a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

Hjl; j , , The Salt Laice Tbibtotb; SmAY Momms Jajstuaiiy 10, 1904, m. IIS . FIRST CREMATED BODY f Intensely Interesting Story ;i ' of Dr. VVinslow. ! I LEFT A PECULIAR WILL .i j His Hoar! Cut Out. and His ; Bedy Burnod. 1 1 ' Facts Recalled by the Demand of a I i Granddaughter for a Copy . jl ' of the Will. ' I ' The receipt of a letter by County , Clerk James yesterday from .one of the 1 j granddaughters of Dr. Charles Fred- 1 , erlck Winslow, who died In this city In I ibn, leaving- a consiuerame esinic, nas Hji ' '( raised the question as to whether the I provisions of the last) will and. tesla nient of the deceased were ever car ried out and what disposition was ever made of his estate. Hj I HAD MARKS OF GENIUS. H' I Those who knew the man here re- W; member him as a scholar and brilliant j! I1 gentleman. That he was more or less eccentric, raid to be an accompanying j i quality of genius, is evidenced by the H1 :) "will he left. The writer of the letter H,. ; desires to secure...

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. — 10 January 1904

xble salt ILake Trtbtote; Sunday Moiosten', JaJnTjaby 10, 1904. 5 ijH I COMPANY FORMED Sncorperate Tomorrow With $2,000,000. NG INTERESTS UNITED Shalp, Frank Knsx and e, T. Odell Identified, s Farmington Consolidated Oil Gas Company, and It Con trols 16,000 Acres, a of incorporation havo been and will be filed tomorrow , for the Farmington Gonsoll II and Gas company, nn enter oomo scope and magnitude, ipany is the result o a consoll t Interests by the largest hold he oil lands north of the city, rols IG.OOO acres In the heart of Itory between the "Weber and Ivevs, where the most favorable atlons arc found. S. V. Shelp v. Rowland, the president and ildcnt, respectively, have been I with the oil movement since !:piion, nr.u uf auiu luoL siui there was any o!j talk to secure nicest locations in the district owland spent the whole of last Jn Beaumont, Tex., examining nous oil fields there, and making Isons with the territory around igton. He was impressed with the Ity of conditions at B...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

6 The Sait Tmkft TRimrcnE: Sunday MoicstGt, J"azlStuaiit 10, II ' FIGHT OF OTHER DAYS : When John L-Sullivan Bit r I ' the Dust. ' GREAT B9XING CARNIVAL j i j I ' Ntw OrUans Affair Surpassed j j Anything of Recant Years, 1 d , )' Story of How Corbett Became Cham- L pion; How McAuliffo Beat Meyor, 1 , t. and Dixon Beat Skclly. ! S j; In tho matter of boxing championships t the year Just ended has bcon almost an I I prolific ax any othor, but no amount of f activity on the part of promoters will ! probably rival tho yreat fistic carnival ( ,1 held at New Orleans nearly twelve years ! I :igo, when thrco championships were de- i 1 tided within three nights. In point of j purses, bets, attendance and fierceness of j f .battles no scries of pugilistic events wcro ( !, over staged which equaled, the great glovo show at New Orleans.' '' Tho championships decided woro tho j heavyweight, lightweight and fcathcr- j; I weight, Sullivan aurrendered his loDg- ( l held crown to Jim Corbolt. Jack M...

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. — 10 January 1904

M The Salt !Laxe Trxbune: Sundat Mokbtotg-s Jantjaht 10, 1904. 7 H &T FOR WIDOWS Vfl i Entertainmsnt Is to Be Given Here. III XING AN1 WRESTLING 'vj ;-i :jp kmpitns to Appear in Salt 5T: ! Laka Thoater. lelpts Will Be Given to Families pf Gloason and Brighton, T0 ' Murdered Carmen. (K big benefit entertainment for the Sows and families of Amasa Glea rKand Tom Brighton, the two car ISi, who were so ruthlessly murdered fthe night of the 6th, has been ar- 'iBt Lake Theater In the near future. r.K entertalnment will be one to dc wrjEt the heart of all true nportsmen "tlllP lowers of good exhibitions of man- Kjtrength and agility as displayed In Stfljfclnc and wrestling. Some of the best "J$iH8ts In the State and others famed -Jughout the entire land will bo seen 'iE'the stage. Policeman Jim WI1- ' 'fcms, the old champion, who has not Jj7B&n seen in the ring for a number of i foKrs, has offered to appear, and Jerry j Kcarthy, the local favorite, will bo &Tj6ce, too. Jfck'jBf ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

; 8 . The Salt jLakje tpjbtote: Sunday, MoRsnyG, JAmrAHY 10, 1904. ' VJfe II ' WEEK . OF SUSPENSE f 1 I-1 ' Shadow Far Eastern Situa- I tien FeI2 Upon London. j; IARKER THAN ON OTHERS I;' I j; CUmax of the War Scaro Was Reached Friday. i ' Probabilities and Possibilities Dis- p j cussed, and Much Sympathy Is j1 ( Expressed for the- Japs. ?! Ii 1 1 i '! ; I London, Jan. 0. The shadow of the H'' j Far Eastern situation- during the pa3t Hji veok has fallen darker on London than on other European capitals. The fee. H'' ! ing hero reflected from London news Hp I papers has been decidedly pessimistic, fl'i due probably to the mass of reports from all quarters of the golbe,' mostly 1 ' conflicting, regarding the nature of ; Iluasla's reply and the warlike move H, monts and preparations of Japan, and H Tlussia, Diplomatic and oflicial circles )l have been extremely guarded in their r' l) utterances, but from fragmentary ex Hj j presslons escaping from Downing street and the Embassies it is ...

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