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

iKjhi n M f 444-444 d JJ IIMMHIIIMIHIIMMH H H H-ffH QT Uf Cy ' "WEATHER TODAY Fair; warmer. ,44 MM Vol. XXVI. 3S?o. 353. Salt Lake Oitt. Utah, SxnsTDAr MoE?rnsTG-, April 3, 1904. 40 PR6ES..Five Cents. I K 818 FIGHT BEGiNS FOR m NORTHERN PACIFIC Ifl CONTROL. fi' ; Harriman Sus for Return of Shares Exchanged for H Northern Securities IE I Renewal of StruQG,a That Cul- i ' fo mlnated In Panic on New . York Stock Exchange. I ' Pn-pors in Coso Piled in Federal Court SV t J at St. Paul Late at Ij r r Night. O T- ULf, April 2. E. IT. Harriman, L' HP trustee for the Oregon Short b HL Line, today filed a petition In the Federal Circuit court asking to ? V1 ibo allowed to Intervene In the case of L mi '10 n'tC States against the Northern WmWLw, Securities company with the object of ' compelling tho Northern Securities A Wt company to turn over to him the North- A flfc crn Pacific railway stock originally cx- Wk Wto changed for Northern Securities stock. This action Is taken as the beginning K...

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. — 3 April 1904

' " " 1 1 1 i '1 1 1 iTTi""'iMMi' 1 1 i iTi7 , .3 The SirliAKE TRiBTjstE: shnxay jVIonyrN, Apeil 3, 1904. . . - 'it- j I I strangers and robbed of $G1, a diamond valued at $175 and railroad transporta tion to Boston for himself and wire. Mrs. Fagan was with her husband and 3he was terrorized by one of the "hold ups" and witnessed the robbery of her husband. -Coming to Salt Lake "Noodles" con cluded to stop over a few days and glvo the local newsboys Bomo. practical demonstrations' of -how to "cry" paper. ! From 8 until 11 o'clock this morning ho will sell for the boys on Main Htrcet and Second South. As was tho case Satur day afternoon ho will give all proceeds to tho newsboys. His methods aro unlquo and very Interesting. It Is worth going many bloclca to hear "Noodlcs's" voice. Because of Its power he Is known as the "skyscraper." No building io eo high that ho cannot reach Its utmost stories. Plans for Today. At 1 o'clock this afternoon he will address the boys and girls of SaltLa...

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. — 3 April 1904

W&4 The Ratt Tiatttc Tbtbtote: Sutdat- MOIMOSTG. APRIX 3. 190 1. 3 H (AuCElf Thousands of Chronic Catarrhal Ailrrunts Cured Evzry Mnth Disguiied Internal TM I lj 1 Miss Alice Blelke, treasurer Young f r (Tomcn'a society of tho Lutheran HS church, Menasba, Wis., writes: 1 . "I gratefully acknowledge the good jjptL that Peruna did me niter I had been utfeH sick with la grippe, which left mo In lmW n very weak and emaciated condition. n. HL with catarrhal trouble of the head and J oars. My mother suggested that I take If It to build up my strength and rid my- V! eclt of tho troublesome catarrh, and It 2 K acted with wonderful speed. I was AtfM' nblc to resume my work Inside of two HT ' months, and I am In splendid health Wk L ATARRH has been so generally Jft thought to be a dlseaso confined to k tho head and throat that It Is very dlf- jV. VJ flcult to get many people to understand t 1 that catarrh may affect any part of the jKYj 1 human body. All the organs of the IHC I body arc l...

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. — 3 April 1904

Bp - " lirViin---r"inrii mTi" nTY"" " ' ' , : ";L . "C'X H 1 . tee sxt Lake TEgftrora, sokday Moekebtg. April SA904. ' a II I I ARMLESS MAN WEDS PASTOR'S DAUGHTER Pretty Eomancs Comes Prom Phila delphia "With Marriage of Jplm Huber and Caroline Wilson, i ' -g-v HIDADELPHIA, April" 2. Fato sent John JIuber Into the -world f under a handicap. Huber's moth er never felt the pressure of. dimpled baby arms about her neck. The baby never knew what It meant to nestle up against her throat like the other children and drift off, into dream land from that haven. ' Then one day, when the armless child was about S years old, a circus came to Dayton, O., where the Hubors dwelt. On a broad seat in the biff arena th , boy peeped into Fairyland and sighed as he saw the wonderful things the lucky world that possessed hands could do with thorn. "The Armless Wonder, ladies and gentlemen," announced the ringmaster. Little boy Huber watched the Armless Wonder eagerly.' He was in the same plight as himse...

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. — 3 April 1904

I WHAT ARBOR DAY MEANSTO UTAH Stnte Superintendent Nelson Writes to the School Children Setting Forth Their Duty State Superintendent of Schools A. C. Kelson bU written a letter 10 the school chlldrrn of rtah. to be read by the 4 teacher In each claw room a u pirt of th- r" '"Kr.'immr- for Arbor day. The Utter fl well written, an! petting out as It lo-s the history of thf birth and observance of this great holiday, tt Is prlnforl hrc In full In order tliat nth'-r besides frhonl children may learn what it contains, and perhaps be inspired to plant some trees, shrubs or flowers. This is the lettai 'To th School Children of Utah: When the cold, blssJk i!um 6t Inter i , m give way to the warm, sunny days of , I jl spring, and vrh the srrass and early i j (1 flowers spread th. lr beauty around our M 1' homes and the birds King sweetly to 'T u finm the tre-s, v become eagr to Ij i show our appreciation of these well I J II s of other welcome blessings of the I Jrl springtime Fortunati Ij ...

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. — 3 April 1904

' ' 1 1 e The Salt tmtttc Tbibtood: Sundat Mobotng, Apbxl 3, I904e -2 , ; Isnued overy morning by Salt Iakc Trib une Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, Publisher and General Man ager. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Daily nnd Sunday Tribune, one week? .25 Dally and Sunday, one- month l.w Dnlly and Sunday, two months 2.00 Dally nnd Sunday, three month JJ.OO Dally and Sunday, one yenr 1 Sunday Tribune, ono year Sunday Tribune, six months 1.00 Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year 1.G0 All remittances and business letters should bo nddroBtscd to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lako City. Utah. S. C. Bcckwlth, Special Agency, Solo Eastern Advertising Aeent. Eastern of flcb, 43-44-45-47-4S-10 Tribune Building, Now York. Western office. C10-512 Trlb uno Building. Chicago. No communication in relation to publi cation in or business for The Trlhuno Bhould bo addresBcd to any Individual or officer of this corporation. Matter relat ing to publication should bo addressed to tho Editor of Tho Tribune, and com...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

KM TfeDQ SAIr lAKB TBIBOTrEJ SUiSTDAX MOEJSnGSTG-. APEIL 3, 1904. 7 - H lUffLLS OF LUMBER INDUSTRY ' fcwSrEs."?! BlfH Foreign Demand, Results in .. In 2 STIMULATE BUILDING IN SALT LAKE. lower!!8- f I 3 H I IH I I t H W4HHH--H--m H I H I I I t HI II I I I I I I I I I v- I I I H I I I It I I I M I IH HH-HH- 1 I I I I I I I I I I M H First Presbyterian Church. !" 'Tls an 111 wind that blows nobody Tho old saw may be said to apply to the "healthy" storms that have been Impeding progress In Salt Lake this It's this way: The spring storms have by no means been confined to Salt Lake and Utah they havo been general pretty much all over tho country and have been particularly severe In the Northwest. Building operations havo been completely tied up on the Pacific con$t and as a result tho lumber mills are greatly overstocked and prices have pone down. Lime, cement and some other building materials have ehared In tho decline, making conditions for building more propitious than they havo been f...

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. — 3 April 1904

g The sat.t Lake TnrBtmE: Sunday Moks'en'G, aj?rul 3. L90. - ' j j 1 H 1 """ 1 : ' ! 1 '1 I I Happenings of a Day in Utah IOGDEN j I TRIBUNE "BRANCH OFFICE, 1 i 24S6 Washington Ave, Tclcphono 111 I I EASTER SERVICES AT OGDEN CHURCHES I Snclal to Tho Trlbuno. I OGDEN, Utah, April 2. Church of the Good Shopherd, corner of Grant nnd Twenty-fourth, Alfred Brown, rector. Easter day: Early celebration, 7:30 a. m. Morning prayer, sermon ami holy com munion, 10:20. Sunday-school, 3 p. in. Evening pravor and sermon. 7:00. lu"orn 1ns: topic, "Tho Holy Sepulchre." Even ing, "The Power of ilia Resurrection." The choir has prcparod appropriate music El Monte commanders. Knights Templar, will attend morning prayer. - m At tho First Methodist church: Epvrorth I.eaguo aunrlso prayer mooting, 6i&. Bun-dav-school, 10 a. m. Special Kastcr serv ices by the Simdav-school, 11 a. m., class 'meeting Immediately after. Junior League, 2:30 p, m, Epworth League, 6. In. Preaching services, 7;30. Good music...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

n mU Tttf, Salt Lake Thtbtotb: Suxdax Mohithstg-. Ajpbil 3, 1904. 9 : I ILLM (FINDING OF JEWELS 4 MAY SOLVE MYSTERY Negro Arrested in Cincinnati Has Property of Woman Who Mysteri ously Disappeared. y HICAGO, April 2. The first traco I of Mrs. John C. Burns since her j disappearance from a Chicago hotel two years ago was found today when James Taylor, a negTO, waa arretted at Cincinnati. He had In his possesion a Daughter of the American Revolution pin en graved with Mrs. Burna'a name, as well aa several articles of Jewelry, all of which bore her Initials. The prisoner l.pald to have dlivIoEcd tlA 'tfi t'ie n,dlnp places of other Jewelry, WC ji which Is alleged to have been the prop- iX nfi orty' of Irs- J3"1"00- Tne t0Ql value of Vt the property recovered Is nearly SGOOO. flf About two years ago Mra. Burns an- I, m 4 nounced that ho was going away on W w a nhort visit. Her huyband was be- m w! lleved to be In Europe. f - ni Taking several trunks Mr8. Burns lett I il the hotel, givin...

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. — 3 April 1904

10 This Salt Jjake Tbjbtjxe; Bukdat MobinIng. April 3. 190 ' . M I- hill IS NOWTHE TALK I Much Speculation in Financial Circles I ao to tho Attitude of These I 2-Icn. I What are the designs of the conftlct I ing Harrlmun and TIIU Interests? This I Is a question that Js being discussed I , very much just now in the railroad clr I cles o "Wall strcctj Chicago and St. I Paul. There are many apeculntlona I rife. There seems to be a general lm I presslon that Messrs. Harrlman, Kuhn, I I-oeb & Co. of New York and Messrs. I Hill and J. P. Morgan are at logger I heada to an extent which has led tho I latter to nttemyt to secure the control I of the gTeat Harrlman railroad syndl I ca,te lnterestc I The Portland Orcgonlan of Thursday I of last wock had iin extended and I analytical editorial upon this subject. I The Orcgonlan is Inclined to believe that St. Paul (Hill & Co.) intere3ts are I attemptlnc to secure control of the Union Pacific, and that the difficulty I grows out of the d...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

M " ' The Saxt Tu&kjz Tmbtote: Bxtoiat MoiasrmG, April 3 ,' 1904. 11 Af ter J Hrf fit S I C 1 J It vjj I EASTERTIDE marks a parting of lti IL the ways not only in religious t B observances, but in domestic ' Aaw matters as well. Just after this festival comes the annual spring cleaning and In a number of coses a flitting of the entire household to a new home. When tho housewife decides that her lares and penates will be bct ler for a chance the dreary business of house hunting begins, and this spring season of the year has been selected from time Immemorial as the moving time. House hunting Is a wearisome task at best, requiring an infinite , amount of patience and good temper as 1 well as a certain amount of knowledge ind experience. Disappointment Is al ways met with at the beginning of the icarch, and for this It often happens lhat house agents are responsible. If people only knew what thoy wanted md the agents would only give the ad dresses of really suitable houses much unn...

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. — 3 April 1904

KkV - ' .'.if- - --"J ifcmtfc..M-,l.,i1mjfcI r x-..1,.i! ... . '. -' xs TH ''-- M i, , i iiC(wr:--w w "li7 lH a ' THE SAXT LAKE THIBXJIsTS: gUNXAy MOUKDsGs April 3 , 1904. jt; i Ml! I ATTORNEY CRITCHLOW RETURNS AND TELLS OF THE INVESTIGATION I What the Retention of Mr. Smoot in the Senate I Would Mean. No One Can Tall What the iut com Will Be as to Smbot or the Church. . Soma of the Incidents Tiat Produced tho Deepest Effect on 'the J -f It Is Impossible to forecast " with, certainty tho result, and -f H -f even the members of the Senate have riot yet, probably, given to Hi 4- the matter any serious consider- -f Hj ntion. Thoy .-vvHl not make up their minds until tho evidence Is Hj -f before them. fact, very fen- -f H -f- jJcrHons , appreciate tho real H 4- ground upon which the exclusion -r 4- of Mr. Smoot is urged or why the . 4- samo objection should not bo 4-4- made to Mr. HoivelL who is also 4" 4- n member of the church. I think -f 4- when they come to realize the 4 B 4- fact t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

J j Part two g . $fljf kt ClibtlttC ' :r.-r: j main news Secfli I B SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1904. IQVII fGoodlEvei Tm A Cl?H A I I I AH Ready for Open-I T A fMf H PVrjfm.ll ! Loctl Sports j gf OJtmJLjm ?iLZZi lxrxslllj' I Jp .WH-fffW-H M M U H M M M M M t M H t-H-K II I 1 I H H-f-f-H-f M M M M H KA f t J 1 t k-LJ X MEMPHIS. Tenn , April 2. Tn tho stablt of Burl'- May. who trained Highball last year, there la a two-year-old X nJf'j non of Imp. Loyalist that Is looked upon by the trainer and the stablemen as one of the coming equine stars of the X Off -- United States I KM No nnmo has been given to tho youngster, but he has received many trials and In all of them his shown better X ' work for this period of his eureer than was Hhown by Highball when he was tho same age. T MM 4- May Is known to havo been offered J2O.OO0 for the colt, but declined It. X i FAMOUS INFIELDER TO PLAY WITH NEW YORK S BIRMINGHAM. March 25.-John Mc Oraw aald before tho game today, tho la...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

JfH S I H 14 The Salt Lajce Tribute.' Sundat Moienxn-Gt, ajpbxl 1904:. - -- J I KHi $f ' li lP " YounS Corbett, D A CCD A I I Arund Bases and W A DHASIlU Bests Mowatt. OtJCDALLi In Stretch. EVERY PROMISE GIVEN OF GREAT YEAR . FOR SPORT. 1 Baseball Prospects Were Never Brighter and a Good Season Is Assured. Movo for a Milo Track and High H Class Races Meets With Great Favor. Boxing Is Regaining- Its Lost Popu larity, and Some Meritorious Events Are Scheduled. , The past -week has been a busy one HL In local sportdom. "With the Pacific 1 ' National lcacue maKnatcs In session Hj here, the announcement that Salt Lake H' la to have a mile track, and a number of less Important happenings, Salt Lake H' sport followers have had plenty to think about. Besides, we have a glove contest this week, and another one on the 18th, the baseball season opens here In less than a month, horsemen are al- B, ready out on the roads jogging their pets; surely this city has at last awak- 1 ened from Its wint...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

B il mm J The Sait Lake Tpibunb. Suxdat okntn-g, April 3, 1904. , ir S MACCABEES HONOR THEIR COMMANDER Largo Class Initiated on Stage of the Theater Markey Promises West ern Headquarters. Daniel P. Markoy, supreme com iitaudcr of the Knights of the Macca bees of the "World, is proud of the Utah contingent of his growing order. He J admits It, and the sho'wlng made by A tho Maccabees of the Slate yesterday Rl m his honor was evidence sufficient to prove even to an outsider that they are fVH worthy of pride and confidence. ' Mm When the supremo commander larrt. lH visited tho State, nearly seven years Mm ago, the entire roster of Maccabees In amM the State numbered 260; now tho mem- "'ijB bfrahlp 1 In the neighborhood of 2500, jm and Judging from the attendance up- ml on yesterday's ceremonies. It comprises t.JHI an intelligent body of men, who are I'm,! enthusiastic In the cause of Xratemal- tS lsm' CB The membership of the Maccabees In & B'j Utah haa not yet reached a sufficient...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

16 ' XEDE S.AXT liAXS TRIBTXNI5: SUNDAY MOBJSrEN"G APBXL 3, 1904. ' l j . At Utah's Greatest Department Store. I 9 IS i Y THni IHiHTFi IS S Y Dont rush lnio thG ffrst store that 5lWs a Few pretty l I 1 - I I 1 I fFLJl I Jlfed SIIUHjIiSM ULLl fhfn&s in ifs show windows, or offers one or fwo 4 staple ;: SO t 1 1 I I I $ W II OT hrtices at a Prco a a "bait" to &et you Fnsfde, but buy with discretion. A look through :: I -! - I il H I I i mV I IImS &reaes soro between Chicago and . the Pacific Coast, a store with hirty-frve years' of J I E I I ( I y I k I experience, will reveal a perfect wealth of ideas that you will see nowhere else. When you see :: 1 1 H il I " ihin&s ha attract your attention because they seem so different and so much better than the ordinary, f H I 1 H-:-H:-H-H-rH-j-hv you can safely fi&ure that they, came from Z. C. M. I. 7 1: : : i : : : : : i :- :m ;-; -h-h h-h-h-' I! I I I Easter Suits, Skirts, I Conference Sale Iimwvwwwmmww WOMEN'S ' " f Fa...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

HppiPj .. wrr T?wrr - - " " J The S-AJt Laicb Tribute: Sunday Mokntxg, apkll 3, 1904. 17 " "THE -LONG ,4A!i" ( By Keighley Snowden. j UwiHltlimiHHH HiHtHIM tt I I I 1 I Mt) M III M HI It lit) M I IHI It -4-4- ttfftllll I I I I I iftlltllimtHtHtmHttttl I M I I H I t 4H--Hh W W-r44- S Against hlfi will CoL Salo was playing one more hand. He played sit all tlmoB very nuletly, so far as a card table man jr nor Is concerned, and tonight ho was A sometimes mildly humorous. His pre- H occupation could not bo Imagined. But H It deepened during the final rubber, and, H far away In thought from Piccadilly, he H heard the Strld roar at Bolton, In lovely H Wharfedale. That was a place where a HI man might catrlly seem to die by mis adventure. The gamo being ended, ho pushed the cards away with a smile. Somo sense of embarrassment lay upon the other players. Ills luck had been worse than I common, he was a pleasant ofllcer, and everybody know him to bo "hipped." He wrote In his neat hand upon th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

T " 1 'sr Ti" T t J JMMBBBBBH ' ' '""'"'"''I-''MMM .mkWM " " " i " - - - " - - - , , . -- lB ; The Salt "Lath) Tbibukb; Sunday Morotn-g, April 3, 1904. I I ( News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill II BINGHAM CON. I AND LEAD BLAST I ' I Its largest Individual Shareholder I Says the Project Is Indefinite I , ly Hung- Up. I ' Tho proposition looking to the addl I ' tion of lead-blasts to the Bingham I ConJa battery of copper furnaces In I ' the vallej' has been Indefinitely plgeon- ( holed, said Hon. P. I. Kimberly, who I revels over the possession of a larger I block of shares than does any Indlvld I ual holder In that prosperous organl I zatlon, on his reappearance at the local I offices yesterday morning; and, while I he does not announce It, the market Is I left to Infer that arrangements for the I reduction of lead ores controlled by I his company and himself have been ef I fected. Meanwhile the output of ores of tills class from" the Bingham com l'( pany's Dal ton &...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

BBBBbJT 1. 1 .tii "-a" ' ri - " " ' IbBBBbI BAwAwAwfl THE R ATP TiATTTC TRXB1XN15. SUNDAY MOBOTDSTG-, APRIL 3, 1904. . I I Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j I STORY OF DAY AND 1 WEEK IN STREET . Eflk! Saturday Speculative Market in Goth- PlAn am. "Was Offish Summary of Week. lYfl NEW YORK, April Z Todays stock Vfl market was an Insignificant affair, as was to bo expected of a two-hour session m between two holidays. The fact that the . jL 1 London markot was closed today was an 1 additional Incentive to absenteeism on the j I part of tho stock exchange membors. H J Tno r"t ' Pricos was sluceish through it J out- Tho Pacific stocks especially re akl ceded from their recent prominence In the rel market. People's Gas suffered from n profit-taking and was a depressing lnflu 1 ence on tho general list. hM The wr-athor bureau's crop bulletin and i, ff V tho weekly reviews of the commercial ' MB acnclca woro not sufficiently cheerful to ipTlB lnduco any buying of clock...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

The Baiv Lake Tetbotte: Sunday MoEjTOstg-j apkh; 3 , 1904. m I DEMAND REMOVAL ! OF EXECUTORS Heirs of tha Late A. H. RaloigOi Make Serious Charges Against William J , Asp or and Alfred Solomon , I James A. Raleigh and twelve others I of the heirs oC A. IT. Ralelsrh, deceased, j filed a petition in the District court yes terday alleging that TVlllIam Aspor I and Alfred Solomon, as executors of ' the will of the deceased, have failed 'I and neglected to perform the duties of ' fholr trust faithfully, and asking: for ' Uielr removal by the court. The peti tion sets out thut Alonao II. Italclgh died In this city on May 13, 1901, leav ing: an estate in real and personal prop erty of tho probable value of ?10,000. In tho will, which has been admitted to probate, William Aeper, Alfred Sol , omon and August W. Carlson were 1 named as executors. Carlson doclincd to act and letters testamentary -wero issued to Aapar and Solomon In De cember, 1001. The petition sets out that tho cx ' ecutors h...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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