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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 March 1904

BWJfnii ""' --rifiiTTTTTrTTm-i iiiiii nniili"ivi i i i1 1 TiTur-u,vrnr-tinn m rmni-i-irm rm - Hl MODERN WISE MEN. J C7 I ' L-2v11 I Sh Jl 1 9 rJk. li 4m& lkklt WW ll ceding in tho Panama canal 4- -f That story about tho wtadom .of 4- jfM jglT'llUL " jf I ll Bi7 i I ! 11 M 11 11 III 1 construction, but It cannot prevent 4 HH 4- thc P05 of old 13 discounted by W W B HYP WTi 'Ail 1 1 V Hlm IK - A P J 1 11111 11 a-clurns to all who advertise 4- EH tho story of tho man who was wlso 4- ( I 1 1 I T I EM ViT Ks I., IL 1 Us JA M ILA. 4- In THE TRI RUNE. Eating Is al- 4, Iffl 4j- enough to cot TIIJD TRIBUNE be- 4- LJ jU 1 1 Ty 8L IL JM ' WW ir Mm ,fcPT SK W T 4- wnya proof of the pudding:. 4 ITl . 4. ' rSr m' f ( V.. m ttt tttttttttttt. W ffl - t """ WEATHER TODAY Cloudy, with, occasional Tain or snow; colder. h Vol. XLYI. No. 348., Salt Lake City, Utaji, Tuesday Mohotg, Maiich 29, 1904, 12 pages.-Five Cents. LOOT OF MAD FLOODS . COUNTS UP INTO MILLIONS, Thousands of Persons Driv en From ...

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. — 29 March 1904

H 2 PHE SALTliAKB TREBIESE: TUESDAY MOKNTN'G, MARCH 29, 1904. ' ' - - ' 'M : . . : : : . ' iBbbbI I DEATH KNELL TO . TEACHING BY ORDERS i i French Deputies Pass Bill Establish ing Stnto Schools in Place of Religious Institutions. PARIS, March 28. By the doclslve majority of 316 to 269, the Chamber of Doputles tonight passed the Govern ment bill for the suppression of all forms of teaching1 by the religious orders. This supplements and com , pletes the work begun by tho former 1 rremler, M. "Waldeck-Rousseau, In 1901. The llrst law suppressed the unau thorized teaching orders which had for a long time carried on their vocations despite the lack of legal sanction, but the new law doea not make any dis tinction between authorized and unau thorized congregation, but sweeps away the whole fabric of teaching by relig ious orders, thus In effect substituting the system of state schools for those heretofore conducted by the orders. r Besides affecting the educational sys tem, the passage of...

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. — 29 March 1904

M SAXiT XiAJKE TBIBUOTE: TUESDAY MOITG, MABCH 29, 1.904:. ( 3 I I I "HE'S A DANDY" IS WAY RUSSIANS APPLAUD MAKAROFF. St. Petersburg Celebrates News of Togo's Failures to Bottle Arthur. Declaration of Martial Law In Newchwang Causing Much Speculation. f PARIS. March 29. The Echo 4- do Paris's St. Petersburg corrcs- f pondent says the wax ofUce gen- eral staff expects that the first 4 land engagements In the far East f will take place In about a week. It Is estimated, he adds, that f Gen. KuropI, commanding the -f first Japanese army In the Ping- yang region, has a total of 70.000 -f men, Including a brigade of cav- airy, and ISO cannon. w ONDON. March 2S. Except for H dispatches confirmatory of the JL report of the attack by Togo's J fleet on Port Arthur Sunday, In an attempt to bottle the harbor, and one dispatch from Toklo, declaring that the Japanese succeeded in putting a stopper In the mouth of the harbor, there la little new from the seat of war. No additional details regarding...

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. — 29 March 1904

I .1-: .11 4 THE S-AlT liASB TRIBIHOJi TUESDAT MOKNTNTG MARCH 29, 1904. -' x ifc fer H I I Issued ovory mornlnp by Salt Lake Trlb- D uno rtibllshlnp Company. PERRY S. I HEATH, Publlsbor and General Man- apcr. B TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono week? .25. I Dally and Sunday, ono month 1.00 I Dally and Sundav, two months 2.00 I Dally and Sundav, threo months 3.00 I Dally and Sunday, pne year 12.00 I Sunday Tribune, ono year 2.00 I Sundav Tribune, six months 1.00 I Seml-Weokly Tribune, ono year 1.50 I All remittances and business letters I should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Salt Iako City. Utah. I S. C. Becktvlth, Special Agency, Sole I Eastern Advertising Acront Eastern of- I flee. -13-44-45-47-4S-I9 Tribune Building, New York. Western office. uiO-512 Trib une Building. Chicago. No communication In relation to publi cation In or business for The Tribune should be addressed to any Individual or officer of this corporation. Matter relat ing to publica...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 March 1904

MjJIV" 111111111 n ii nirmiiT mr-n Bl In Kj The Salt XiAKJE Tkibiine: Tuesday Morae-, Mabch 29, lyu. 5 B H I PROFESSOR CLARK 4 TAKENJ0 TASK Miss Pollock Takes Up the Cudgel in. Behalf of the Teachors of Salt Lake. Editor Tribune: Prof. Clark's talk to' the Ladies' Literary club, as reported "by the dally press, la certainly -worthy of more than passing notice. VTc can - not but give unqualified assent to much that Prof. Clark said, but some points should be carefully considered by the public. For the eakc of the children the parents should think as -well of the teachers as they deserve. It Is possible that Inferences may bo drawn from what Prof. Clark said that he himself would deplore. Tt Is evident that he labored under some mJsundcrstadlng-. He is quoted a3 follows: "Is It not terrible that in a. Christian country the public schools should close two months before the regular time? If ws are going to deal with tho educa tional problem, let us And out -why this is. If you don't kno...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 March 1904

I ' s The SaJjT Lake TRiBiiisrE: Tuesday Morning, March 29, 1904. MH I MAJESTIC COMPANY JOINS THE ONION Shareholders in. New York Vote Unanimously to Consolidate "With tho Monarch. A dispatch from the East during the afternoon brought the ecstatic assur ance that at the gathering of the Ma jestic shareholders In New York (Hiring the day the proposition to consolidate Its interests in Beaver county with thoso of the Monarch Mining company had been unanimously concurred in, the transfer of all holdings to the Amal gamated company to be consummated at earliest possible day. Upon the street and among the creditors of Ma jestic the news created liveliest Inter est and not one but was heard to reg ister his approval. Nor was it confined to personal Interests, for the integrity of Utah's diggings has been momen tarily Involved in Majestic's tribula tions, while certainly those whose time has been given aud who arc still wait ing for a settlement were as exultant. Of tho latter the woods ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 March 1904

kMmMmMMMWKIB - - i "i r" i ...Mivrl7Tir7-- i-" H If nB . The QautIiAKE Tummm. Tuesday MoBNore Mauch 29, 1904. ? 1 I H Day yBfle Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j M ANOTHER MYSTERY II ON WALL STREET L! Heavy Absorption, of Union Pacific HE Puzzles Speculators Market rM Irregular. fsffia NEW YORK, March 23. Tlio speculn- I'. tlvo excitement which kopt last week's ! M market stirred up over the Northern Se- C 9l curltlcs' dissolution had pretty thorough- IE; ' subsided In today's market and tho Vwk ono relapsed Into the dullness and lassl- tudo of tlie period preceding tho North- 1 E orn Securities decision. Much less sig- r fe nlflcanco was attached to tho mystery . jE 61111 surrounding tho affairs o tho mor- ccr, tho one fact remaining In evldcnco bolng tho absorption on a largo scalo of S Union Paclflc without news to explain It, iiSvjL Sentiment seemed not to be timid over tho pos6lblo outbreak of hostilities bc- I'Wtj'i tween tho old contending forces In tho 'fiW-'m morger...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 March 1904

l s the salt ."Lake tribute: Tuesday MoiCNiyG-. JNIabch 29, 1904. ' J 1 1 TO MAKE Tr RENO SSgT PUG MECCA I. FOREST KING WON, 3 BUT WAS RULED OUT i Fouling Cost the Leader tlie First Prizo in the Big- Oakland E-ace, on a Muddy Track. SAN FRANCISCO, March 2S. Forest Klnp, tho heavily plnycd favorite, -won tho fourth raco at Onkland today, but was disqualified for fouling and -placed second, Lady Crawford being: idvon flrpt m'oney. Forest Klnp was regarded as a cood thiup for the event, which was at a . mile and seventy yards. It appeared us . if ho could win handily, but ho swerved Into tho rail, humping- Lady Crawford. - Ronner pulled his mount out and he ngaln , collided wilh tho Schrolhor horse. Forest KIuk wbs a neck In front at tho finish, hut Mountain's claim of foul was prompt ly allowed. In placing Forest King sec ond tho Judges took advantage of tho rnlo which permits them In their discre tion to do no when no other horses nro Interfered with and they aro beaten off. Thn trac...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 March 1904

MBBtii" H" Tf" III i i MWMiiaawrMCTroy'x run i . ' " "" " ' " T 1,1 jH mil s H ftf Aelb- Balis ZjAKB Tbibtooss Tuesday Mokntngt, Maroh 29, 1904. 9 ;! I NO PRECEDENT TO THE CASE OF SENATOR , BURTON, Records of Congress Fail to Show Removal of Senator Under Conviction. Q There Have Been Several Ex- gvflR pulsions, but Circumstances of Cases Were Different. rvASHINGTON, March 28. Apro Jkl pos of discussion of the qucs- it ff tlon as to whether the Judgment V Kr, ( of conviction by the Jury as It ! JS?t now stands l'n the case of Senator Bur- L Iff ton dlsfiuallflc3 him from further act- ' mtH ns a Unlted stAtes Senator prcce- 'i dents have "been looked for In tho hls- y -5 1 tory of the Senate, hut no case similar iff-J to that of Burton has been found. Ifv Reference to a compilation of Senate 1vl election casca from 1789 to 1903 rmows no J I expulsion of a Senator for conviction !j J of a crime, though there have been in- '4 -j stancea vhere members of the Senate jS jJ have resigned b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 March 1904

Hk " ifl JIIIKIIBI WIT" " -s -.. -- I ' vfl 10 1 The Sau Lake TBiBTTOi Tuesday Mommg, Majoh 29, 1904. Jjfl I. j CASH RATES j 10c per lino first insertion. I 60 per lino each subsequent insertion. No ad. to occupy less spaco , tlinn two line3. Your "want ad." will bo ac cepted and 'phoned to The Salt Lake Tribune office at TOgrular rates by tho following agents: BRANCH OFFICES Godbe-Pitts Dru Co. ! 101 Main Street. W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Second South and State. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, C02 South State. LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd e?t , and South Temple. S H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, fl 511 West Second South. j WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third East. W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su gar House. I DIED. OSTERLOT Tn this city, tit 364 South Main, Mclba. Httlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ostcrlot, aged 3 months 21 days. Funeral today at 2 p. m, from residence. HILL At tho homo of his parents In Mill Crock, Monday, March 2S, 1904. of ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 March 1904

P IHE SALT liAKE TRIBXHSTE: TUESDAY MOiqrESTa5 iMAUCH 29, 190. 11 I I PAINTING- ANT PAPER-HANGING. JSCS WILL FURNISH IT ALL. THE 'iaBbiT and material for the decorating of your homo. Paint, pointers and wall paper. "Always tho beat." W. A. Du vail, VU W. 2nd Bo. 'Phono 1145-K. t293 CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS. RAINEY & WOLF, GENERAL CON tractoro and elevator work; work guoran - teed; rear 12S So. MUn. Tel. 2131-X-1052-Z res. t55 ROBERT M'CARROLL & CO., ARCHI Atctural designing, atore front changed; Robing & repairs. 02 Market bL, Tel. 135S-X ROT WATROUB. 67 B. SRD SO. 2LS vator and Job work. TeL 1676-Z. oSTJ H. F. WILLIAMS. CARPENTER AND 11 Jobber. - il Pattorn and model making a opeclalty. k )ru All kinds of Job wor& i SM Store and ofilce fixtures. itasJ . ICO H- 2nd South. 'Phono 1053-Z. 13C7 TYPEWBITEBS. flK NEW OR 2ND-HAND, CASH, TRADE ".Mm or terms. Soronaen-Stoutt Co., 48 E. 2nd Mb South. fi? PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. ARE TOU SICK7 CAN NOBODY SMj euro you7 Then try t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 March 1904

IB . i RBV. LEO C. HUNTING, supcrln- BBB Pendent of St. Mark's hospital, will offi- BHB. date at the mid-day Lentn services for BBBI business people nt tho mining exchange 1 today, commencing ;it 12:05 p. m. the Independent home tele- PHONE COMPANY Is now installing' Us mechanical equipment in the- new building on State street. The switchboard on tho top' floor will have a capacity of 12,000, but only 4000 will be connected up for tho prosont BBB BEE-KEEPERS OF UTAH will hold BBB their annua! convention In tho office of BHV tho Mayor hi tho Joint, building next Tucs- day. Exhibits nt the. St. Louis and Pon BBBJ land expositions wUl bo considered and BBBJj means of increasing tho fraternal rola- tJona of the apiarists discussed. FRATERNAL "BROTHERHOOD, lodgo BHV No. IS?, will hold Its noxt meeting on BHB Thursday evening at the-3. O. O. B. hall, BBB instead of tlvo I. O. Ol P. hall, as erron- BBBJ eously announced In Tho Trlbuno yester- BBB day morning. BBB PROF. EDWARD MEYER, who oc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 March 1904

INDIANA FLOODS 4 71 L7V ft 1 eLr jl V-4fc 1 k 4mW Atf tAtAm flllb no,- In progress between the- 4 1 JEM Are moving onward with tho tor- 4 A Bn& -llllLb V 1 BT &.W Vl I 7 nfk M I wT 11 IK II I 11 ill 4 Russians and the Japanese. If you 4 ' JlFj 4 nt force of a TRIBUNE adver- 4 WWi 1 Ttet I I I A 1 WM MS (11 .1 11111111 I 4- wish to read all about It, subscribe 4- IwNI 44toemcnt. One way to let the 4 ffl R 1 1,' 15JUlilV1 tf 1 JL II fill Vm 1 V 1 L 1 bL 1 JU1 IL 4- tor THE TRIBUNE- All tho war- 4 j W M 'Wiubllc know what you havo to sell 4 SxLjP J I E M t ft'V7Tl vkJflL l( WL ZJmjL ' WU M vW JSfe ntaJf WW T W 4 news that's fit to print. 4 ' Riff tl 4 to advertise, c.y and all the 4 VlJf H ' T T W T U' ' . 4, j 1 14. f 4 "w" WEATHER TODAY Unsettled, wit h occasional snow flurries. IH 1 Voij. XXYI. no. 349. Sajlt Lajke City, Utajhc, Wednesday MorjshqsG, Majrch 30, 1904; 12 phgbs.Five Cents. H JLOOD WATERS JOINING Rfi ' FOR A WIDESPREAD II ONSLAUGHT, mh- White and Wabash Rivers i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 March 1904

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm JT: . .-UJIXIav m -tj"a;- y Ail' JillJJMaptfeS555fiiiiiryia-f -i inp 11 fr f Tir r-n nnt l.llMi.yrninm.i,iiit.ii i i i r r, . , , i.., - - - - - ' I ! tM g 1 - - . ..-mrr.(c, r'niM iwiii i " i n , ' t- uaL.,...,... ,.-.,,-,- - V AVH I ' IB i . 1 mmmm H 2 The SaXiT XAke Teibtuste; "Wednesday Moicnxntg, ISLajrck SOUOi. : I lH I TOGO TELLS OF HIS I NAVAL MANEUVRE Describes Second Attempt of. Japs to 'Bottle Up Russians at Port M Arthur. WASHINGTON, March 29. The Ja U paneae Legation has received from To- U klo the following report, made by Ad- W mlral Togo ' respecting the second attempt to bottle up the Port Arthur squadron: ' "About '3:30 a. m., of the 27th of W March, the bottllng-up squadron, com- U posed of four ships, escorted by tor- W pedo boat destroyers flotilla and torpe- U do boat flotilla, reached the outside of Port Arthur, and without, minding the W 1 searchlights of the enemy steered 1 straight toward the entrance of t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 March 1904

1" 1 The" salt lISITtribtine Wednesday Moitntng-, Mjusch 30, 1904. ( , , ' ,. " . . ,3 H 4-j Happenings of a Day In Utah. I M OGDEN II TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, WFm B Washington Ave, Telephone 111 m- ii' Tfci i ii mi hi ii iTTwrntTTwinrrBggnannfirBTirTnwMlPI MAN AND TEAM NEAR Hj DEATH IN LANDSLIDE I Special to Tho Tribune. OGD13N. March 20. -A big landslide caitc near causing the death of Alma Tct erson of Ilumsvllle cnrly this morning in Ogdcn canyon. Potcrron was on hl3 way to Ogdcn and was near tho lime Kilns when tho slide came down tho south slope of the canyon, partially burying his team and wagon and badly Injuring one of the horses, ... , Tho road Is piled high with tons of earth and rock, hut a force ot mon were at onco scat to the scene to remove JU Judge Rolapp held a short session of the District court and disposed of the follow ing matters: v-m..,-,i Estate of Robert Jennings; vTHUrd Scowcroft appointed executor. Estate of Caroline Conloy; claim of North American Savings, ...

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. — 30 March 1904

I 4 THE BAUT liAKB TRTBTOTEi "WEDjESDAT MOKTOST3- MAJtpH 30, 1904, , ' I Issued ovcry mornlnfr by Salt Lnko" Trib une Publishing Company. PBRR S. I HEATH, Publisher and General Man- agcr. . , TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. , 'Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono -wcok$ .25 ' "Dally and Sunday, ono month.. 1.00 ' Xally and Sunday, tv.-o months 2.00 I Dally nnd Sunday, threo months. 3.00 I Dally and Sunday, ono year 12.00 Sunday Tribune, ono year 2.00 Sundav Tribune, six months 1.00 , Scml-Wcckly Tribune, ono year 1.50 All remittances and business letters should bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lako City. Utah. S. C Bcckwith. Special Agency, Solo 1 Eastern Advertising Atrcnt. Eastern of I nee. 43-M-1C-47-1S-J0 Tribune BulldlnK, New York. Western office, 610-512 Trlb 1 uno Bulldlns. ChlcaKo. i " No communication In relation to publi cation In or business fpr Tho Tilbuno should bo addressed to any Individual or officer of this corporation. Mattor relat ing to publication should be addr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 March 1904

. . IraN f Tbcb Salt JuAKE Texbuote: "Wednesday Moknxg Ia'jich 30 1904, s 5 I I If , CALVIN WILL MOVE Ifl - PORTLAND 9y Will Take Charge of the 0. H. & N. 9jHH Lines Mohler "Will Succeed H9hB Burt at Omaha. - flY&l SAN FRANCISCO. March 23. The HhJkm appointment of President A. Ij. Mohler EgHflp , of the Orcpron Railroad & Navigation HHEj company to succeed H. G. Burt as prcs- IKKBh lclent of the Union Pacific railroad was MM'PI today announced In the ofTices of the ffl Union Pacific In this city. HL K Ir- Mohler vrll make his headquar- Hn i ters In Omaha and will probably as sumc his new duties about the first of ' Calvin, at present assistant gen- H'j' eral manager of the Short Lilne at Salt H; r I L.nke, -will go to Portland to take chargo SB, of the O. R. Sz X. lines. He will havo Hi:' the title of general manager, and will JH?: have control of all the Southern Pacific MHi I lines in Oregon north of Ashland, raft ' i Before their departuro for the East JHJ 1 j Directo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 March 1904

M i - 1VHI 1 "" " --tiM-- .-X.- ' -, - -f ,.r. -r--, 1 . .. - " I I H , k , - ,mji.i1- mm i n , ' ... , .. , , ...r',. , Vt . h I ' K ;' H H a ; The Sait Lake Tpibtotb: Wednesday MoEsiyiG, Mabgh 30. 1904, ' . j fc,S P,, PW 1 Mill. ) AMERICAN FLAG'S I ! VERY RICH ORES He cent Strikes That Place It Among the likeliest of Park City's Big Bonanzas. Hj A sample o ore with which Capt. Sln- erlser, president of the American Fluff brining company, came down from its properties at Park City on Monday night, not only authenticates all which has been recently exploited concerning the quality of the American Flag's Hj wealth, but to the student of the prcs- cnt generation imparts a lesson that is taught only when the old-timer who served his apprenticeship in the Ontario or Daly lapses into reminiscence. The sample of ore containing in itself metal j of the value of a good many dollars, speaks its own piece In its manifesta ! tions of silver, lead and copper, and while the auriferous contents a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 March 1904

MBi' BaaiiGaM-i " rBTfl ffiVirT m HVginmhT-V - ' TT, , , ... ., , ,. . . . .... . i . i i ''jjM If fl BtfJ ' The Saxt iiAKE Trtbtotb; Wednesday Mokotng, IMajrch 30, 1904. 7 - , I 1 fDay With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. J i RAILROADS BOOM I ON WALL STREET HKR "Gallon Pacific Shares Move, but Pail to Carry the List With NEW YORK, March 2?. Union Pacific my' 1 niado a movement today similar In char Sji'v actcr, although of less violence, than tliat HjjV ; I on Monday or last week preceding tho mh I . announcement of the plan of distribution K) of tllQ Iortl,orn Securities asseto. But " . I this lsolatod movement failed signally tc; carry tho general market with It. This sluggishness of tho goncral market ji ; seemed adequately accounted for In the iff early dealings by the conflicting movc- Iment In United States Steel preferred, which sold down moro tlian a point be low yesterday's closing. Tho general list seemed to bo held In suspension by theso conflicting movements...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 March 1904

mwMwMwMwMwMwMwMwMwMwMwMwMwMwMwMwMwMw . ' - -sc--terx-t '- ' 1 H nppiiijli - ijj , liiH H 8 , . v v The Sam? lAins 'JiiiBTJasrE riEiyEi) ay iQEiiv:ri3sr6-..i Iaiigh30? 1904 j lH IFOR A MAN, GIRLS FIGHT RAZOR DUEL ; Cut and Slash Each. Other Because Fickle Lover Turned From Mary to ilyrtle. Epoclnl to The Tribune. X WINGSVILLK, Ky., March 29. 1 Prom Letcher county cornea the y news that Mary Mulllnu. aged IS, daughter oC a. notcl feudist, and Myr tic Moore, 15, daughter of another feud leader, have fought vlth razors over the love of a young man. For months "William Rogers paid de voted attention to Miss MulliiiH, which was -warmly returned by her. It is sold the day of their wedding was named. Then Rogers met Miss Moore, and her beauty charmed him from his promised wife. Miss Mullins vainly attempted to win back the affections of Rogers, and then gave him his freedom. She bore pain of separation nobly, but finally her beauty began wasting away. On Ing her beauty fading she blamed Mis...

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