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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 April 1904

B 1 THE SAiT IAJECB TRIBTOnB: FSEDAY" MOKSTS'G, APRIL It 1304. ' 5 I H I CONVENTION WORK LAUNCHED TONIGHT 'VVi It Outline of tho Programmo to Be Carried Out by the Young Chris tian. "Workers of Utah. Tlir. annual convention of the Stato or-' ranizatlons of th Christian Endeavor societies, Epworth league uul the Baptlnt Younir People's union will begin In thin city tonight at tho First Presbyterian church at 7.45 o'clock. There will be three i addresses at thin meeting, B. L. Corum 7-1 giving the address of welcome, which will lw responded to by Miss Clara "Boremon of Ogdcn. Rev. K. I. Goshen of this city will speak on "The Gospel of Christ and tho Young People's Society." Beginning with the business meetings In the First Methodist church Saturday , morning at 0 o'clock, a union session at v: i 10. union service at 2 p. m., tho convention Iwlll continue until Saturday night at the f aiethodiat church, an interesting pro- '' grammo having been prepared for all F , services. j" At the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 April 1904

Hl g Tbjs Salt Lajq Trtbtote: Friday Moicstdstg, April i. 1904. -. ' - Ij fl I News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill I. BAMBERGER ON DALY WEST Has No Knowledges of Any Intention to Reduce the Company's Month I ly Distribution. Tlio time tables upset and connections j delayed, Jacob E. Bamberger, president and general manager of the Daly "West of Pack City, over whose future there Is ' auch widespread uneasiness In the mar kets of the East, as well as locally, came down from Ogden last night, his Journey to the bedside of his son, Joe,' who Is 111 In Now York, to be resumed aboard "the flyer" at noon today. For some word that would shed light upon the damaging declines of tho last half month In tho market value of Daly "West, President Bamberger was be sieged through every channel. By The Tribune his attention was drawn to multifarious rumors that have weighed upon It, Including the offers In Boston to discount tho April dividend.' To this President Bamberger replied, tha...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 April 1904

PfJ The SAiiT IuajE Tbtbtotb. Friday MoB3snDsTG, April 1, 1904. - ' 7 I Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. I I WALL STREET IN -A RELIGIOUS MOOD Eve of Good Friday Finds the Market Somowhat Inactive and Irregular. NEW YORK, March 31. Tho suspension f two trust comparles, ono In Cloveland ind ono In Boston, hud a somewhat chlll ig effect on speciilatlon today. Tho tcn oncy of tomorrow's Good Friday holl ay was hailed as a motive for soma cur illmciu of operations and today's Jewish ollday of tho Passover wns also the oc aslen of some absences from tho stock xchango. Thcoo were tho nominal causes f tho decided falllns: off In activity and io rather heavy tono of speculation, hero were Indications, howevor, that eculatlvo sentiment was affected by mo roaotlon frcm tho strength of tho irllor part of tho week. Tho denials ven to rumors of purchases of Union iclflo by St. Paul and to othor reports hlch havo circulated on tho exchango sro reinforced In their reactionary ef...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 April 1904

! 8- " The Salt IvAJve ribue: Friday Morning. Aprll 1, 1904. ALL EYES NOW ON SgS DIAMOND MAGNATES MEET AND PERFECT SCHEDULE Salt Lake Will Open Season at Homo 1 "With Boise Butte at Spokane B . Two Ladles Bays Each Week. H It' all settled. Tho magnates of tho H Paclflo National league mot yesterday H afternoon and in tho short spaco of three hours arranged the schedulo for tho enmi- 1 Ing season, besides attending to a number H of other minor details. As was predicted, H the meeting' -was a most harmonious one H and the dates were agroed upon with but W . little dissension. Tho league rcprescntn- H tiros, while on tho alert for the interests H of their respective, clubs, did not try to H analinllaie the whole earth, and as ft. result H the schedule was soon arranged to Urn H ratlsfactlon of all prcnent. H Salt Lake was well token care of, and B C.-H. Griffin, representing the local club. deserves praise for securing for his team H onie of the best dates of tho season. H Tho Elders w...

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

Kpy The Sait Lsb TbibuneFkiday Mobotbtg-, Aptixl l, 1904. 9 H IE,C EXPLAINS ! JUDGESHIP RAGE Under No Political Obligations to . Incumbent in Sixth District Republican Cqntest. Special lo Tho Tribune. RICHFIELD, March 31. In Tho Trlbuno of March 23th was published a resume of the local political situation, written by; . The Tribune's Richfield correspondent, arlvlni; District Attorney Joseph Erlck Bon'o authorized announcement that ho la anplrlns: to tho Republican nomination for Sixth District Judge aeralnot the VJ Incumbent, Judco John F. Chldc3tcr, and Wf presenting fairly and Impartially tho nL claims made by tho champions of both At- Y J tornoy Erlckson and Judgo Chldostor. To sC. , tho opinions entertained by thceo latter, 'WV tho ospousers of Judge Chidcstcr's cause, Tffr" Attorney Erickaon domurs, and asks Clk'- The Tribune to publish his explanation of M tho facts. The first paragraph to which .Jfe' he reforn In his written statomont Is !E quoted, as follows: Jj M i "Tho De...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 April 1904

10 The Salt 3C-c5 Trtbuots: Friday MoinsrGr ap:ri i, 1904. i ll ! . . - & t 1! M CASH RATES IOc per line first Insertion. 5c per line each subsequent Insertion. No ad. to occupy less space than two lines. Your "want ad." will be ac cepted and 'phoned to Tho Salt I Lake Tribune offlco at rognlar j rates by the following: agents: j BRANCH OFFICES Gqdbe-Pitts Drug; Co. 101 Main Street. i W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., I Corner Second South and State, I SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 602 South State. LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd We.it and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, 511 West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third East. W. R. ULARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su gar House. f (DIED. HAWLEY-In this city. March 31. 1901. Edwin E.. Infant son of Edwin E. and Maud S. Hnwley. aged 7 days. Funeral this nfternoon from funeral par lors of S. D. EvanH. 213 State at. Inter ment Mt. Olivet. Funeral private. STRONG Llllle Geneva Strong, daughter of Wil...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 April 1904

I EXPEDITION FOR ' ALASKA IN JUNE Senator Smoot Consults Chief Pin chott Regarding Opening of the Uintah Reserve. BY A. P. PHILIPS. -j Tribune Bureau, National Hotel, r "WASHINGTON, D. C, March 31, ) ' Former Lleut.-Gov. Joe Hutchinson Idaho la here attending the meeting 9t the Pittaburg-Alaska Mining com pany, of which he Is president. The company was Incorporated under, the laws-of iha District of Columbia, The y ; meeting decided upon plans for work, ' and a largo expedition, will leave Seattle .j.- Juno 7th for the property. Mr. Hutch- f lneon left tonight for New York, where y ' he meets Mrs. Hutchinson, then goes West, arriving In Boise about the mld- h die of April. o t a Congressman Howelis will have a N r conference with the Commissioner of i Pensions tomorrow regarding the sta ff I tus of the Indian war veterans of Utah. lit f " iM Bll,s woro introduced In the Senate ?W by Senator Dubois to grant pensions of jt 'I $30 per month to James Gunn of Boise, Ida,, and to Charles ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 April 1904

12 The 6.AXT Lake TribtosTe:. Friday Moetotg, April l, 1904, " ' . 0 ! M HARMONY TO A MARKED DEGREE CHARACTERIZED THE PRIMARIES I Republicans Turned Out in Moderate Numbers to Choose Delegates. ! No Friction Reported From i Any District in the City or County. II I Prominent Friends of Senator Kearns I Kept in tho Background I Everywhere. " ' I ( I Harmony and lack of spirit'to a do I rec seldom if ever before witnessed I. In Republican proceedings In Utah, pre- vailed In tho district primaries held In I Salt Lake county last night for the I selection of delegates to the coming B State convention. In a majority of I the dlstrlctB only ono ticket was placed I Jn nomination, and as far as could be I learned no delegations were instructed ior any particular set of delegates to the National convention. Men who have been prominent as supporters of Senator Kearns inva riably refrained from taking any part In the primaries which could be" con strued as a violation of the Senator's pledge th...

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

- ' jtifrnja-.. , ........ . : : - - " " 'V-SSB Mfli V -4.4: '4WW m -t-t, - tM dfTm. $J M --4:-- 'J. 4-.4-"-f ' V j Hdi rBOM CHAINS TO ARMY. Iffl YE M F S I NEW FEDERAL ATTOENET. 4- Inbfl i ST. PETERSBURG, April l.-A 4- f ?T 1 L - I Jfcr ffl ' 1 SA ' Akm M A Ak fltfk WASHINGTON, April 1 The ' DWfU 4- loiter from tho Island of Saghallcn 4- m I flT(4. S Vfc' 1 0M lf 1 L MX) ' M I H 9 li ! ! IV Proaldent today antvto the Senate I'lIW RAya that 61)0 time-expired convicts 4- I Hlli I V TfcS IB II MS 1 I I I I IB I I I tho "omlna-Uon ot Vinfe F. Baxter i3lT M havo beon enrolled for tho dofenno 4- A I II WS B III JP I JftlW Vmi J m 1111.1 II. oC maha- 10 D0 TTHd States DIs- 4- Yrffl 4- of the Hand. They hopo to be al- rlk, JJF i I . mPT 1 I I 1 . y B , xSL 1M. Th irr Jw iw HU1 JiSfelw IWHb A trlct Attorney for Nebraska, to 4- J HV H flowed to return to Russia after the 4- VtJr' I S?' V T V tS NT NT NT -j-Kuccewl -Vllliam Buramein. TVho-- Bl ifl jjjLar as a recompenea for their 4- fi v iH (...

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

H 2 THE SAIT IAJKE TBIBTOsTE; SATURDAY M'QICTETGr, " APKIXi 1901, - , ' - ' t H I- BANDITS FAILED TO GET ANY BOOTY -FOR TROUBLE, I Masked Men Who Held Up the Oregon Express, Left Scene Empty Handed. I Blew Open Little Safe, but Big Box of Treasure Is Still Intact,'. Killing of Express Messenger Was a Wanton Crime Detectives on. Trail of Highwaymen. BDDING, Cal., April 1. It Is now If certain that the Copley train j robbers did not get a cent for their vorje. The small safe and Its contents -were blown to atoms and the large safe was not opened sufll clently to allow, of the highwaymen getting at the plunder. That Is according to the statement of Frank Rockwell, cxprcs3 guard, who i wax "dead-heading" through on the car 1 that was attacked, and who has been Hj In charge of the car and safe .at Copley ever since. He was the man who at tomptcd to shoot the masked men af ter they had killed O'Neill, being H prevented by the snapping of his gun, instead of Colford. 0,Nelll,s assistant, ,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 April 1904

1Y " r Myj The Salt Lake TtaBtnsnE: satubday" 3TOjb3?ikg-. Apum 2, 1904, 3 4 UINTAH RESERVE OPENS JARCH I, '05 Senator Kearns Succeeds in Securing Compromise That Cuts Off Part of Delay. BY A. F. PHILIPS. Tribune Bureau, National Hotel, V WASHINGTON, D. C, April 1. ) The Uintah reserve will be opened ' March 1st of next year. Instead o Oc- jl tober 1st, the date now fixed by law, as It will be Impossible to open on the date named this year. To accomplish this It will be necessary to get an In creased appropriation of J5000. This will be provided In an njnendment to .11 the tundry civil supply bill. t The first Information the Utah dolc r I satlon had of the Inability of the Gov ', I eminent to get ready forvthe opening I wns In the form of a protest from the f? I people of Uintah county. Gov. Wells aleo urged that the opening be post s' poned and many other prominent men. ' especially from Uintah county, urged i i postponement of the date. I An amendment had been presented to k p th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 April 1904

H i f 4 Teds Sam T,iing TRiBura: Satukuay ttOEKCSfc, tltl 2; 1904; ti Isauttl every mornlnp by Salt Lake Trlb- U uno Publishing Company PERRi b. h HEATH, Publisher and General Man- H agon ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, one week? ,25 1 Dally and Sunday, one month. i.w 1 Dally and Sunday, two months -.w Dally and Sunday, three months 1 Dally and Sunday, one year ij.J" Sunday Tribune, ono year.. -w h Sunday Tribune, six months., i.w Seml-Wockly Tribune, ono year l.W All remittances and business letters H should be nddresscd to ! TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Hl Salt Lako City. Utah, l S. C. Bcckwith, Special Agency, Solo Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern ot- flee, -I3-H-15-47-S8-49 Tribune BiilldlnK. ,1 Now York. 'Western offtco, G10-S12 Trlb H uno Building. Chicago. H'l No communication In relation to publl cation In or business for The Trlbuno Bhould bo addressed to any Individual or officer of this corporation. Matter relat H;. Ing to publication should bo address...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 April 1904

!! 4 BAD COMPANY , LEADS TO TROUBLE S- Parents of Bojb In Court Tel Wlint Led Them Into Ways o Wrong-Doing. HoOney Husbands and Waller Edgar, aged 1-J and 15 years respectively, wore convicted of burglary In the criminal division of the District court yesterday and committed by Judge Morse to the jl State industrial school at- Qgdon. Thomas Cosgrove and Georgo Batep, aped island IB years, were tried on d similar charge and released under sus pended sentence. Tho parents of the youthful culprits all attributed the criminal ncllonM' of the boys to their awioclatlon wlthi evil companion). ' The crime with which the boys were charged wasj tho burglary of Jenkins arid Soby storu on "Weat Second South street on the night of February 21. After the commission of the crlmo Husbandfl and Edgar 'decampvd for California, and iver captured by iho police of Oakland. They eonfcsscd to the crlmo to Sheriff Emory and Scrgt. UoberlH -while being brought back to tblrj city. Kdgar ban been up before Ju...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 April 1904

I 6 ' Teds Salt Lake Tmbtoos. Saturday Moretdkg April 2. 1904, , 1 k I News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill I n 1 I THE DALY WEST'S f FINANCIAL POLICY si jApril Dividend Will Come Forward j Undiminished Guessing on B the Future. fli , ,j N I u I, No matter the policy o its house hold at some subsequent gathering, the gj local shareholders In Daly West feel p that they are hazarding nothing In ' their contention that the usual dividend cj of 65 cents a share, or $117,000, will be j posted on Tuesday next Tor dlstrlbu p tlon April 15th. There was a report on the street yesterday morning that the i contents of the treasury had been re- duced to $221,000, but this was, with al , -r, most profane emphasis, denied. That j bad roads over which the output from , Qulncy ground is required to pass have I1 diminished the earnings from that I E source Is no secret, nor is it a secret that a lake of water has interferrcd with the production of concentrates, but these embarrassments ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 April 1904

H it H I ' , The Sait !La&e Tbibtots.- Satuieday Moknis-g, Aphzl 2, 1904.- . 7s ' H ':j jy With Bankers, Merchants and Brokers j i WEEK'S STORY OF WORLD OF TRADE i Eradstreet's, Dun's and the Intorna- 1 f, tlonal Agencies Discuss the ; I ' Situation. I H : NEW YORK, April 1. R. G. Dun & I i Co.'a "Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow I will say; I Much deferred Easter business was I t transacted during the Inst few days and HE borao sections report satisfactory results, Mf but at many point the weather 1m not yet' M- normal, and on tho whole the season's Mf trado thus far compare unfavorably with M last year's volume. J Manufacturing returns arc conflicting, H. Iron and steel plnniH gaining ground, H footwear exhibiting the natural reaction V from an unprecedented production In 1903, whllo the textile mlllB have much Idle ma M chlnery and lllllo forward business to Mu encourage operations. Lumber and bulld n Ing materials are In better demand, nl j though floods at tho Wost and l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 April 1904

MBBr 1 BBBSSSHBBSSBBSliBlBBBBMEfiSiEB w' T" mji4u-iu"i . , . . , . F ! $ . 11 j ' 8 The Salt Lake Tiubtoos: Saturday" Moexcn-g, Ap-ril 2, 1904-. ' l fl I! PERILS SURROUND ON EVERY SIDE i Difficulties Encountered by British Expedition in March to the Tibetan Capital. ! SEATTLE, Wash., April 1. By way J of Shanghai the Post-IntclllRcncer lias j ' received an exhaustive description of i the difficulties encountered by Col. I Younghusband's column on its advance ' on the Tibetan capital. It Is written j by Henry Newman, who accompanies jj the column, and Is dated at Camp New Chumbl, February -4th. lie tells graphically of the horrors of the march through the awful cold and dilates upon the heroism of the native Indian troops which make up the little army. One of the chief difficulties is obtaining supplies. He says: I" -vn additional reason wny uie sup- ply question is the most difficult the mission faces Is that the country bc k yond Pharl produces littlo but coarse I barley and yak me...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 April 1904

P i ii AiiiIMSwmT!MIWI'' -' - - " 1 J The Sait Ljke TRrauf Satuiiday Moksxxg, Apiul 2. 1904. 9 I I4 CABINET DISCUSSES , PANAMA CANAL 1 President Roosevelt and Hla Official Family Express Satisfaction. Over " Action of French Court. WASHINGTON, April 3. A consid erable part o toduy's session of the Cablnot wan devoted to consideration of the situation relating to tho Panama canal. Satisfaction was expressed that tho French court, by lt decision apalnct tho Colombian Government, had made It posalble for the United States to cIobo negotiations with the Panama Canal company for the transfer of lta property and concessions to this coun Tfcat no delay of jin unnecessary na ture 1b now expected tpus evidenced by r. cablegram read by Attorney-General Knox Informing- the Cabinet that a meeting of the ntockholders of the canal company haa been called for April 23rd. At that time the final ac tion will be taken by the company in the transfer of the canal property to the United States. "When th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 April 1904

10 The Salt Lake Tkestotb: hattxbday Moestdstg, -April 2, 1904. M II hf ANT AD3" ; CASH RATES 10c per lino first insertion. 5c per line each subsequent insertion. No ad. to occupy less space thnn two lines. Your "want ad." will "be ac cepted and 'phoned to The Salt Lako Tribune offico at regular rates by the following agents: ! BRANCH OFFICES Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. ! 101 Main Streot j W..H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Gccond South and State. 1 SHERWOOD PHARMACY, j C02 South State. LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West ! and South Temple, j H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, I Gil West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, comer Second South and Third I East. 8 W. R. ULARK DRUG STORE, , 3 lltb East and 12th South, Su i gar House. I r -r. ,i I DIED. ZIELKE-In this city. March 31, 1S04, August Zlelkc, In his 31st voar. Tho fimoral will ho held Sunday. April 3, l!yvi. at 3 i), ni., from the funeral parlors of S. D. Evans. 213 So. State st. Inter ment, Mt. Olivet MILLER At his home In San Die...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 April 1904

III CHECK-UP OF UNCLE III SAM'S BOOKKEEPERS HUH Statements of Coinage, Receipts and HIH Expenses, During" Month HpH of March. Lv. WASHINGTON. April 1. The coinage Bda executed at the mints of the United Staton JMfc during March aggregated 15,03S,H3 pieces MElj nnd JG5.M2.1G3 In value, as follows: BjflPyj Go'd. 103,0(6,700; silver, J1.I51.M8; minor B "l --coins. JJW.670. In addition, 3180 places wero WW t'fl oolncd for the Philippine government. mm. ! Tll :nonll,'v comparative statement of fln f ! tno Government receipts and expenditures BJ j Bhows a surplus for the month of March H . of J3.W7.101. - The receipts aro fM.Tfit.-IM Hi -I and tho expenditure JU.704.33S. The rc- f.l; j receipts from customs amounted to $23,- wk'V j 711,003, nn Increase of 51101 from Internal f . p revenues, $llS,3flU72. a decrease of J-102,779; L 1 from miscellaneous sources, J2,GS0,ID7; dc- r I crease, J212.00O. mr I The expenditures show a fall I met off com- f , ' pared with Mlirch, 1S03. of nbout $3.2...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 April 1904

- -gffgi,u'T i rr i.ijJJBiFPAi.ai.iiJii.L.ww i ..I.-,: ,, i ' if' i ""7" 12 The SaIjT LlAIee TsnarEi Saturday Mojrsooxg, April 2, 1904. , " ll H SHARP TRICK IN BOND ISSUE WILL COST SALT LAKE $160,000 I $800,000 Issued Ten Years Ago Are for Twenty i Years Straight. If They Were 10-20s 'They Could Now Bo Refunded at a Great Saving of Interest. Mayor Morris Finds It Wecessary to Amond His Message in Kegnrd to Refunding. It is an item of considerable impor tance to Salt Lake whether or not the SSOO.000 bond Issue of May 1, ISM, wan for 10-20 years or for 20 years straight. If it was for 10-20 years, then the city might as well be saving1 $4000 a year, raid if it was for. 20 straight, then the City Councilmcn of 1804 arc costing- the ity an expense of ?80OO a year for the next ten' years. In Mayor Morris's message of Feb ruary 10th to the Council he urges that the 10-20 years' issuc of $54S,00O,' July 1. 1S02, and the above-mentioned issue of 1S94. both be refunded at as early a date as ...

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