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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 March 1904

Rl f r j fEDB BAXIT XJKE TRXBIINEiJ'W'EDESDAX MOHNINGr. MAJiCH 30, 1904. 9 I i- ! MM I BEGINS FIGHT FOR DELAY Pending Final Adjudication by the Higher Court Senteaice Day .16 Deferred. T. LOUIS, March 29. Sentence was Jl ' not nasscd today upon Senator Burton of Kansas, who yesterday was found guilty in the United States District court of having- Illegally accepted payment from the Rlalto Grain and Securities company of St. Louis for the use of his Influence- In behalf of this company's Interests. Counsel for Senator Burton today filed a motion in arrest of Judgment, and there Is now also before the court a mo tion for a new trial, tiled immediately jv,.,-. , after the verdict was rendered. Judge Nfc, Adams will first have to dispose of these jUjftvf motions before sentence can be passed. IjiV The defense is busily at work prepar- ing a bill of exceptions and making a lVj$f! complete record of the evidence Intro- It pf'- duced. It may take two or three days J fg before this. Is comp...

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. — 30 March 1904

H. Jir ... 7 r-. vi,tr-.-,w.--frr-wiiriTi i 7". J ... Y . L ,.. .. L.ZTIl-- - rt V 10 The Sait Lake Texbttnoej: Wednesday Moknxng, "Mauch 30, 1904. v - . iB I! f"WANT ADS" I CASH RATE 5 , 10c per line first Insertion. 5c per lino each, subsequent insertion. No ad. to occupy less spaco than two linc3. Tour "want ad." will "be ac cepted and 'phoned to Ths Salt I Lake Tribune office at TOgular j rates by the- following agents: BKANCH OFFICES Godbc-Pitts Drug Co. ! 101 Main Street. W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Second South and State. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 502 South State. LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific Hotel. Corner 3rd "West and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, 511 West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third W. R, CLARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su gar House. I DIED. ! iRAUCIE-In this city on Starch 2G, 1901, I Emmanuel Rauch of Bingham, age GX. Remains will be shipped lo Indiana to I Jilght for Interment- Friends can view : the remains between t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 March 1904

ffjjM - fffEE SAIiT-IiAKE TllTBIINTE: WEDitfESPAY MOKNXN" jMAJRCH 30, 1904: ' II , 4HXI0US HOURS FOR CALIFORNIA FARMERS If Flood Crest Due Today Occurs Dur ing Warm. Spell Damage Will Bo Enormous. SAN FRANCISCO, March 29. The .-continued rains threaten serious Hoods In northern California. "The river regions are still In dan ger." said Forecaster Official McAdlo today. "The crest of the flood Is yet to "Tomorrow, If present conditions con tinue, will probably see the crest, after which the waters will subside unless there Is a marked rise In the tempera ture, which will melt the heavy snow which has fallen In the mountains and add a vast quantity of water to 'be drained off. If the crest passes without a warm wave It will be fortunate. "The storm has moved southeastward across Nevada and has caused showers all over the State, southern California haying been particularly fortunate in getting copious rain. They are all Ju bilant down there and the croptj have a fine prospect. Even the...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 March 1904

V , wummmimmmmwrniiAW i. i ,- ........ - ,.j . . -!..- Sl I m H 12 The Salt Lake Tbeshots: TFeknesbay Mokntng, Makch bo, 1904. - 11 I City and Neighborhood j AT LEAST 200 persons want to be po Jlcrajcn judging from the number of ap plications received by Mayor Morris Binoo the Council authorised an in tho force. Unforlunatoly only nvp can bo appointed, so K wIU disappointed. LENT will closo this week with tho fol lowing services at St. Mnrjs thrnl. Wednesday. Thursday nnd Fricby Tei -brao will be celebrated bythe bishop ami clergy of tho dloccfic at ( oelock In tho morning, followed by mass at 8 o clock. Tho bishop will ofllclato at solemn pon tifical mass on Thursday and the sacra mental oil will be biased. Tho ccrcmo jilc closo with tho blessing of the bap tismal font on Saturday. LOCAL STENOGRAPHERS will meet nt Xaudrum's old hall on West llrst South Friday evening. April 1st, nt s o'docfc to form an organization for educa tional and social purposes. Tho purpose is not to form a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 March 1904

BJPi "' 1 1 ii in i j iimrjffiiM-rnmrHri"i " -.r--,. ... - a - -r, - lfl P fl 1 1 4. . . l I tS v la C V ' 44-44;4444-4-444-4444 j 44 44444444-4, 44444 JJfl (L WEATHER TODAY Fair. ! IH Vol.. XL VI. No. 350. v Salt Lake City, Utaji, Thursday Moigstg, jVIabcii 3,1, 1904. 12 phges.five Gents. I I If $20,000, PLEASE, SAYS H - COURT TO COPPER fl KING HEINZE, J1 Money Must Be Paid fay This iv Morning or Into Jail Goes the Butte Magnate. fFIno Imposed for Violation of I ! Federal Court's Orders-ln Famous Copper War, wo of Hoiuzft's Iiienrtcrtants, Who AJeo .Violated tho Court's Order, , Are Pined 1000 Each. -UT1U MonU Maxctt 30. - UUP '-me Judgment of this court 4 H- D ,B that A"ff' H(iln5'-e J03lah H. Trcrlse and Al- 4- 4 frod Frank stand guilty of con- 4-4- tempt of court In cause No. 70, 4 4- and that, Carlos Warfleld Is not 4 4- guilty and Is discharged. 4 4 "As punlBhmcnt, therefore, -I 4 4 will ImpoBC a flno of $20,000 upon 4- F. Augustus Hclnze, $1000 upon- -4 4- Alfred Frank and fl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 March 1904

I 2 . - , The SAJjT liAKE ffiRiBinsnE; -Thursday Mobten'G-j mLjrch 31, 1904:. ' r . '' ' ' "' H I pood reason for keeping Senator Smooe away from the, Chicago convention, ex cept in the Interest of party harmony, for the precedent heretofore estab lished In Utah would certainly entitle him to a seat as delegate In the Nation al convention. About the time that the fetter of Sen ator Kearns was printod a consultation was hold betweon some of the Kearns adherents and some of Senator Smoot's followers, as to the advisability of sending six disinterested Republicans as delegates to the NatlonaJ convention, and the proposition was made to take a list of forty or fifty, of the leading Re publicans of the State, not allied with either faction, and to make a Joint ef fort toward stcurjng from that list six men who would be acceptable to nlf the Republicans of the. State, and who would be free from any entangling fac i tlonal alliances. Had Agreed tTpon a Slate. The matter was considered over...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 March 1904

ffiL The SaXiT Lake Trebitne: Thitrsbax Morotntg, March 31, 1904c $ ' ! I mmi ,r , . : ) mm I Ladies Only, 'v It Is Women Who Need Most Relief From Little Irri tating Pains and Aches. Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills are for women. Woman's dcllcato nervous organism tingles to tho least Jarring Influence, and f Borne acho or pain la tho result. " Tho remedy Is at hand Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills. Thoy act most marvellously on worn an's nervous organism, and relievo and cure tho pains to which sho Is a martyr. Headaches, ncuralglao pains, monthly pains, and all kinds of pains disappear, as If a gentle hand had lightly soothed them away. Dizziness, Rush of Blood to the head, Toothache, Backacho aro all cured by theso "Llttlo Comforters." Cured -without danger of dlsagrecablo ; X nftcr-cftccto; cured quickly; cured with in out unnatural action on liver, stomach, or other Internal organs. lp Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills please tho fyjfT' -women, and tho children take them be- ' ! causo they arc e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 March 1904

Issued every morning; by Salt Lake Trib une Publishing Company. PERIVY S. HEATH, Publisher and General Man ager. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, one vcek$ ,2S Dally and Sunday, one month. l.CO Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 Dally and Sunday, three months,.... 3.00 Dally and Sunday, one year 12.00 Sunday Tribune, ono year 2.00 Sunday Tribune, six months l.CO Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year 1.50 All remittances and business lettcra ihould be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Salt Lako City. Utah. S. C Beckwlth, Special Afrency, Solfl Eastern Advertising AtrcnL Eastern of fice. -13-44-45-47 IS 19 Tribune Bulldlnp. New York. "Western ofllce, G10-512 Trib une Building:. Chicago. I No communication In rolatlon' to publl i cation In or busln3? for Tho Tribune thould be addressed fo any Individual or ' officer of this corporation. Matter relat ing to publication should bo addressed to the Editor of The Tribune, and communi cations relative to subscriptions nnd ad ve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 March 1904

mj TeEe Salt JLajcs Tribute: Thurspat MoRxiarG-, Mauch 31. 1904:, ' 5 j H ! SENATE DISCUSSES POSTOFFICE AFFAIRS Sundry Civil Bill Occupies Time of the Members of tho House. WASHINGTON, March 20. The Sen ate today begun consideration of the poslofllcc appropriation bill and it was rL the ntgnal for a revival' of the Demo cratic demand for an Investigation into the charges of corruption in the Fo3tof fiec department. The debate vas Initiated by Mr. Gor man, who spoke for almost twer hours in criticism of the course of the Repub lican party In the Senate In refusing an Inquiry, and at the same time .charging the Postofllce committee with undue haste in reporting the bill, as he did j? ,1- the Republican party with a. desire to t, adjourn Congress at an exceptionally early date ln order to meet the wishes W-'. of the President. ifat Mr. Penrose and Mr. Lodge .spoke for V$' the Republican Hide of the chamber, Ij r-,' dnfendlng' the Commlttc-c on Postoffices fl e., against the charge of h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 March 1904

MMBBMMBBMBBBMiiMBBIIIiiiiH15'? " - - ' ' ilii'BteagsgfeCJgL-- jmmi i.-ni- ir- - ' iH I . i The Salt Lajece TRmmE; Thursday Mo:r2g, Mcif 3iri904:. - I ' f News of Mine,, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill IB MAJESTIC IN HANDS fl OF TWO RECEIVERS i Semi All thou Proceedings in Bankruptcy Follow the Appointment Begun by Cred itors in Federal Court. flco. Now uno "Wllhln the next few hours the dls--7" tressingly encumbered assess of the cntii Majestic Mining company, including its ' offlc plant nnd Prospects out o. Milford, Ing will have, .under an order of the DIs catl trlct court at NonhI Judge Marrlon vcrt eaux presiding, passed into the custody drcs of n. R. Tanner, who has. upon the application of J. L. McLean of New Ent York, has been made receiver. Cl Prior to this and upon the petition of the same applicant, . whose naifiij, with others, appears In the personnel of a "Majestic" Bus 'Defense committee," an order was !l3 made in the District court at Denver 1 In which Henry Altma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 March 1904

m Wd r ' ' The Sam? Ease TRiBtrNi!.- Tbtousday Morning, Habch31, 1904. ' 7 H&l 1 . jra f Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers il WALL STREET MEN M ARE GUESSING HARD HE rUnion Pacific Activity Continues to BPM Puzzle the Professional K'jP Traders. "a! NEW YORK, March SO. There was R jj practically no limit to the surmlso and' IjtjJ-f conjecture which professional Wall street B.T; j Indulged Itself today over the hidden ify. . significance of the accumulation of Union Wf k Paciflc stock, which has been the mystery in the market now for many days.- Kji' Tno favorite hypothesis at tho outsot ,!'u I today was that tho accumulation was in f' W J the Interest of tho St, Paul Interests, and f It was asserted, with tho appcaranco of i 1 .' conviction, that an official statement i - i would shortly be forthcoming from tho i5 .1 Bt. Paul authorities that they had secured ' & 200,000 shares of Union Paciflc. Wnat t 'ill pave plausibility to this rumor was tho ?i : admitte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 March 1904

8 ' The Salt Lake Teibuxe: Thursday Morxostg., Maiigh31, 1904. - ' I . WILL FIRE FIRST GUN I Republicans to Meet in Pri 1 mary Tonight. VtfEPARE FOR THE CAMPAIGN Delegates io tho State Conven tion to Bo Named. List of Primary Places in tho City and District Chairmen Who Will I Have Chargo. : Primaries for the election of ticlo grates to Uie Republican State conven- tlon, to be held In the Salt Lake theater on April Sth, will be held in the various districts of the county tonight. The j polls will be open from S to 9 o'clock, during which all Republicans having the necessary qualifications will bo en I titled to vote. It has not been possible ! ( 10 secure a list o all the voting places but those for districts from 1 to 56 ex cept '36, aro given herewith. Tho primaries for the outlying districts, from 57 to 92, will likely be held in the I district schoolhouscs. j Owing to the fact that heretofore dis trict primaries for the election of delc sntes to Republican county conven- lions h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 March 1904

W fl ' Sbde Salt Lmee TribiinesThijrsbay MoxaraarGt Mabch 31, 1904. . ' v I BRINGING CHARGES HOMETQ BRISTOW Postolliw Inspector Cochran. Sheds Now Light on tho Now Fa mous Beport. wTryVSHINGTON. March 30. The statements made yesterday to ( yV the McCall investigating com lnllteo by Chief Inspector Coch ran, of the Postofnco department, were made public today. Mr. Cochran confirmed the testimony ,.1 of Mr, Waters before the committee (' that the original list of clerk hire capes 't,mk was prepared by Mr. Waters In No- 'M9 vember after the original Bristow rc- iiflWR port was written and before It was UfiH printed. B3 Mr, Cochran had ordered Waters to , hH prepare this list on an order from Mr. hM Bristow for the purpose of substantlat- ;Bl lng a statement Mr. Bristow had made BS In his report that there "was a hundred ' HI other such cases Involving Congress- Wl men," other than the few he hatl re- wg' ferred to in his report. Pre! Mr. Cochran identified this original wfi "K Pn( n( r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 March 1904

10 The SairIxABB Trtbothe: Thursday Moiamra, Mabch 31,' 1904. 1 I fl Ij WANT ADS" I CASH RATES IOc per line first Insertion. 5c por line each subsequent insertion. , No nd. to occupy less space than two lines. Your "want ad." will be ac cepted and 'phoned to The Salt ' Lake Tribune office at regular rates by tho following agents: BKANCII OFFICES j Godbe-Pitts Drug: Co. I 101 Main Street. I I W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Second Southland State. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 502 South State. ( LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific Hotel. Corner 3rd Wwt and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN. DRUGGIST, 511 West Socond South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Socond South and Third i East. W. R. ULARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Sa- gar House. ' & Ij DIED. M'CALLTSTER In this city. March Zo. 1P04, Francis Leo. son of Dorothy and Patrick McAllister, aged 1G years 11 days. Notice of funeral later. ATKINSON At Brighton, March 29. 1001. I Robert P., son of Bird and R. J. Atkin son, aged 5 years 5 months Fune...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 March 1904

Ijfi - The Salt Lake Tribune: Thuesdax Moknustg, March 31 1904. N 11 ! NE DAY IN SPORTING WORLD y MAGNATES TO MEET II THIS AFTERNOON Mm3 Big Baseball Meeting Will Bo Held in MuL Salt Lake Today McCloskcy on E" Elders' New Pitcher. ! "I&V When -tho smoke of battle clears away fctffiMl after tho meeting of tho baseball mag nates this, afternoon, everything will bo !in readiness for the opening of tho Beason of the Pacific National league. And, after all. tho smoko of battle won't amount to anything moro than tho aroma of a few cholco Havanas, for tho magnates declare with ono accord that there will be no trouble at the session today. It may re qulrn several hours' labor, to perfect tho echedule, but tho men who are to attend tho meeting uavo given their word that thc-ra wllL bo no hostile demonstrations. Tho salvation of the league Is unity, and It Is not at all probable that a split will occur whoa tho magnates oomo together this afternoon. President Lucas, reached this city Tues...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 March 1904

I 12 TBDBS aLTLAKB TRIBTJKE: THtfRSDAT MOR2sT2stG, jAIARCH 31, 1904, ' . ifl IjjCityi THE TEACHERS of St. Paul's Suhday ehool will hold a meeting nftcr the serv ice this evening to proparo for the Enstcr pprvlces for the children of the Sunday school. e . RT. REV. WILLIAM H. MORELAND. X. D.. bishop of Sacramento, will give the. addresses on the "Words from the Cross" at tho Good Friday services to ho 3ild at St, Mark's cathedral tomorrow afternoon from 12 to 3 o'clock. INDEFINITE POSTPONEMENT of tho commencement exercises for the Morgan county schools hos been mudo on account I o the muddy and impassably condition of I the streets. The schools of Morgan coun ty close on Thursday, and It was decided to hold the commencement exercises for tho county In Morgan City on Friday. Tho Toads, however, owing to Uie recent heavy storms, are In a wretched condition, and the exorcises will not bo held until such lime as they have become passable. STATE Superintendent of Schools Nl Kon and Prof. ...

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

WjkA f CfEX5 ?25,000 TOB A liEG. s - lr ,.A T 4 mD -v WITNESSES IN" SMOOT CASE. H El 1 n0SuGf-LnS' Cal" March 31- SSy'l T if tS f I C72T V) flj . .v . , A Washington. March 3L-sub- m MIh., Anita Kclley of New York, to Lf 1 . . k ., 1 I Jk AAf B'WW ftflm noenas have born srnt out. for a H whom a Jury awarded damages In '-'fli Ih-A SBfcL VW 11 Vff lU flll I I Hwii I'll HI ll IB IB number of wltncsse to appear be- KM t 5 ? .f' aBaJnSt a Santa J I Oil 1 SS3k All I I -1 A I 1A MS (11,1 I I I I 1 I I r 4 toro tho Senate Committee on Privi- Wrm Barbara hotel company for the loss ffl I I SftlPl II IP IP , 1 lH , J I B HI 1L 9L lH L Lvw lege and Elections .and testify in Iff 5ULtrs: r lZJ IJv i2 il'JI W'l'ff'JV x rr I Iflj Voi,. xj-iVi. No. 351. Salt Uku City. Utah, friday MOTimyg. April 1, 1.904. 12 PHGES.-FrvE Cents. I I I SPLENDID RAGE TRACK IS ASSURED FOR SALT LAKE, Fins Tract ef Land Secured at the Fort of the Main Street Bouievard. Company Being Formed to Back the Enterprise With $100,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 April 1904

HT "egggggfeall , ' ,,, t , j . ,. Wll . . , ; -; . - -r--- m H -' 1 '1 71 1 1 2 THE SAITTiAKT1, TJTOOJriTnDAX MOICNTSTG-, -APHIL 1, 1904. - ' ; I I COPPER KING HEINZE I PAYS j20,000 FINE Another Chapter in- Famous Montana Hj Copper War Closed Aranlga- Hj mated Wins Point. -f- TDUTTE, Mont., March 31. F. -f Hi 4- f- Augustus Ilelnze, president -f of the Montana Oro Purchasing M, company; A. L. Frank, superln- -f tendent of thu Johnstown, and J. H. Trcrleo, auperlntcndcnt of the Rarus mine, today paid their -f lines for violating the order of -f the Federal court enjoining1 -4- Hclnze and the Amalgamated Interests from mining- tho Ml- -4r HL -f chad Devltt lode claim. l 11 After much discussion and strong I resistance on tho part of the 'Mon- I tana Ore Purchasing company attor- I neys, Judge Beatty, in the Federal I .court, this morning signed the order 1 asked for by tho attorneys of tho 1 Butte & Boston company granting the I Butte & Boston a perpetual inspection H of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 April 1904

I 1 The Salt Lake TRrexmE: Friday Mobotstg, April 1, 1904: HAPPENINGS OF A DAY IN UTAH 1 a I OQ DEN I TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, MSS Washington Ave. Tclcphono 111 B fw BUGS AND BUMS y CONDUCTOR'S COMPANIONS Bj OGDEN, Utah, March 31. William Hs i Flack threatens to sue Ogden for $2500 J 5$ on the chargo of unlawful arrest. Flack cays that he is a railroad con- ; ductor and that he and a companion ma -were wrongfully charged with drunk- fl enness. When arrested, he alleges, he JHI had $4, which was taken from him, and flH he was thrown Into Jail with hoboes, f To add to the indignity he became In- . feeted with Innocta of various prades ImW of Industry. "When released his money ItH way not returned. j AH The records ahow that Flack put up f the $4 as ball for his appearance, but. HI as he did not appear In court the next I mJ morning, the bail was forfeited. Bpl Local Maccabees arc- arranging for Wf jf a grand reception for Supreme Com- Vjft marider Markey on the occasion of his visit her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 April 1904

- 4 THE liAKE TBTBTOTEi iTIUDAY MOICSTING, APBH; 1, 1904., , j fl Ij r JlRSUCd every mornlnp by Salt Lake Trlb une Publishing Company. PBR S. HEATH, Publisher and General Xdan o agcr. r J' TERMS 01-' SUBSCRIPTION. tDally and Sunday Tribune, one woekS .25 Dally and Sunday, one month l.w Dally and Sunday, two months i-W ,:Dally and Sunday, three months 3.00 Dally and Sunday, one year Jj-.w Sunday Tribune, ono year .w Sunday Tribune, six months l.oo SemMVeckly Tribune, ono year l.&o - All remittances and business letters 1 v should be addressed to 1 . TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1 , Salt Lake City. Utah. S. C. Bcckwith. Special Agency, Solo Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern or "flcc. 43 J4-45--17--IS-49 Tribune Building, aNcw York. Western office, 510-512 Trlb uno Building, Chicago. No communication In relation to publi cation In or business for The Tribune should bo addressed to any Individual or .Officer of this corporation, flatter relat ' ing to publication should be addressed...

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