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

Bjjr- i.-j.-'. rsit' "MtMB'''' - - " ibH MVj . i "in, mii"F- i-fl'yiiii-'ff'-fli-ilK-'iVfr ' -r' ' " " "H ' ? 4-4-4- r-M? fJr , - .TPyW 8ff ? 4fc 4 -f f f - ' '-f '4-' -f "-f '-f -r -r I W H J OVER BAILING TO DEATH, 4- I ft ' 1 CT I S'S HEAMH GDh ' R t hild temporarily deranged ho I! V i ffly rf3 iL' vkifa Wctf Sb "ffK ' ffi -"- "f'-110'1 stcs that iho health of 4- K T plunged over the balustrado In' the -f- NT !r SSlkr XT F A fm&gr xZT V 4- j'hnperor William Is such that It 4- I K 1 rotunda, of tho hotel and fractured P-S Jm f V 4 givc3 occa-lon for concern. 4 B r" hls i,kuU V WEATHER TODAY Probably showers. I VOT-. XJ-YI. No, 354. Sajlt Lake City Utah, Monday MoiTtfGr, April 4, 1904. S2 PHGBS.givB Cents, j H I -WAR when next" mmm port author Admiral Makaroff Has (Vlade Elaborate Plans for the Occasion. Russian Flest Will Be In Full Dress, With Gun3 Unllmbored. t Japanese ATmy Moving: Rapidly, and Mobilizing in Northern. Korea. PORT ARTHUR. "April 3. Prepara tions have be-on ma...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 April 1904

Hi , - 2 CHB SAXTLAKE TXOBttXE: MOKDA.Y' jVXOEOTIStG-, APRIL 4, 1904. -L- ' r " .v eloquence- or music they would make 1 jf Heroic efforts- to banish their drowsi- p 4! ness. but nature was stronger than i j Jr piety and they soon resumed their naps. Wide Range of Whiskers. ! X Conference verifies the gibes of the . X worldly ' at "Mormon whiskers." No 4- assemblage In tlie world can present a more varied assortment of hirsute deco- j rations. Prom the mutton chop slde- 1 . i I whiskers of President Anthon H. Lund . I io the Slavonic beard of Patriarch 1 4J Smith Is a long cry, but the conference visitors have samples of every Inter- ' 4- vcnlng style, with a -special preference J for the fashion popular In the days of X1 . Horace Greeley and Brigham Young. , The most remarkable 'beard noted yes- 4-! terday was auburn In hue and extended M reveral Inches below Its owner's waist Hnc- Ideas of utility are associated with 4; , the chin beards, for they render neck ties superfluous, and...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 April 1904

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'mmmm HHP!J- r - - " l THE SALT XtAKE TRrBTOOSS MONDAY MORSXHTGr. AP&3X 4, 1904. 3 fll InTappenings of a Day in Utah I OG.DEN TBIBUNX BRANCH OFFICE, R SHEPHERD IS AFTER OGDEN'S MAYOR fl V Special to The Tribune. OGDEN. Utah. Arrll 3. J. J. Shepherd, who has been mixing with tho Opden po lice becaupe of n mlFdcmcanor, now threatens to divulge some things which. Hi It Is alleged, will uhow that the gamblers of the city are being protected In a signed statement. Shepherd Bays: "Tho result of the trial in the case of H City vs. Shepherd wan entirely against H tho method of tho present city Govcrn- ment and favoritism. It was admitted H that Mr. Shepherd carried a gun. Tho verdict was a Justification on the part of H Shepherd. Tho Mayor and police tes- H tifled Hint tho monthly finos wtrc In lieu of a license and admitted that they were 1 liable themselves for misdemeanor. 1 will H ill complaints Monday against the of 1 Jicers, who admitted on the trial that gambling w...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 April 1904

Iji "t i issued every morning by Salt Iikc Trlb- 5 X ' une Publishing Company, PERRY S. ,'. T HEATH. Publishor and General Man- ;! X asor. -v I ; 4- ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. X Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono week? .25 X Dally and Sunday, one month 1.00 t T Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 H T 1 Dally and Sunday, three months...... 3.00 T Dally and Sunday, one year 12.W I X Sunday Tribune, ono year 2.00 X ! Sunday Tribune, six months 1.00 X Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year 1.50 ' All remittances and business letters -4- should be addrcsaed to ' TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPACT, Salt Lake City. Utah, 4-: , S. C. Beckwlth, Special Agency, Solo j X, ! Eastern Advortlslncr Acont. Eastern of- 1 flee. 43-44-15-47-1S-43 Tribune Building. -fi 1 Now Tork Western office, 510-512 Trlb- 4- i une Building, Chicago. 4- , 4- ' No communication In relation to nubll- ' cation In or buslnesa for Tho Tribune i should be addressed to any Individual or i officer of this corporation. Matter relat- T I Ing to public...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 April 1904

' ' . - IH 1 The Salt Hake Tribute.- Mceeday Morot April 4-. 1904. , 5 HI LOOK UPON BRITAIN'S NAVAL SHOW AS A BLUFF, Russia Not Frightened Over Curzon's Speech and Pa rade of Warships, r Slaughter of Tibetans and Younghusband's Mission Discussed by Press. Ill Two American Millionaires Credited II "With Changing the Destinies J v of India. II ST. PETERSBURG, April 3. The II newspapers continue to discuss the l British expedition In Tibet and the II speech of the Viceroy of India, Lord II Curzon of Kedloston. March 30th t II Calcutta (when he reviewed the last LI Jive years oC Indian policy"), but mopt II of them in a singularly dispassionate The Bourse Gazette openly suggests ' that Kir.fr Edward 5s planning an n tcnte between Great Britain and Jlus- M si. i. and thon pays: 4 'Theie Is no need for alarm. V m bin o been accustomed since the days M of Disraeli :ml Salisbury to such veiled (hronlH uelerrin to Lord Curzon i speech i. Indian Secretary Bro.lcrick's B announcement of big gu...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 April 1904

I I News of Mine, oTTrospect, of Furnace and of Mill ) j II I POWER PLANT 1 I FOR NEWHOUSE 4- , i : Contract for Two New Machines j Awarded to the Westinghouse 4J j Company. -M : : I To inquire Into the progress o the ' survey for the Newhouse branch bc "f tween the San Pedro at Frisco and the -i- new camp oC copper, Mr. Newhouse, as the guest of Manager Wells, "will dc- part for the south at 7:30 this morning , by special over the San Pedro. Accom 7 - , panylng the special, as the guests of Mr. Newhouse, will be Count Leon dc Lauorde of Paris, France, Phillip Llv- j crmore of New York and Messrs. Frank i j ; A. Schlrmer and E. E. Abereromble, J ; the latter gentlemen of Boston and j members of the Boston Con.'s American $ J ; household. To conduct the party j through the mines for the reduction of jj j . whose output a $10,000,000 contract with j i the American Smelting and Refining 1 I company, will be Manager Johnson. I It was on the eve of his departure for , ! the south that Pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 April 1904

Bgpa .. I i D II ?m?, S-aiflr ILske TEtBTmsraiosTDAT MoinsrrcrG-, April 4. 1904. . i T I TO SCALE GLACIERS IL !N THE FAR NORTH mMF Congressional Committee- Planning BE. for Midsummer Outing in Alaska. El; Special to The Trlbuno H$ WASHINGTON, April 3, A largo party Eg of Senators. Representatives and prlvato R Individuals Interested In tho commercial mm? progress of the great Northwest are ar- Kj i ranging to take an extended trip through fill' Alaska, tho Klondike and Nome districts, Mm rounding out the unique Journey by K spending tho Fourth of July on the bleak BeV shores of northern SIberln. K It -Is probable that this will be tho Kk largest exclusively sight-seeing nggrega- P' tlon which has ever Invaded Uncle Sams f. territory. It Is understood tho number who have already signified their inten- Wmk tlon to go approximates nearly 100. fepec- e lal trains are to be chartered for tho ?: transcontinental trip, and special stcam- Kf- ors and trains will conduct tho party l from Sea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 April 1904

M - 8 ffHE SALT JuAJTE TKIBTOsTE: MOTDAT MomsBsG, APRIL 4, L90. J I(; J rIN BALL FIELDS I 0 fs tlf"i0 of League Teams in 'Frisco, Los .Angeles and Elsc- f TThftTC. gAK FRANCISCO. April 3. The homo , :?ara so.cTe.red a double detent today, tlio 4. rornlnjj rramc ))hisr takn by Oakland ' - through timely lilttiur aii'l cleverly taU- ing aJw.r.ia5 of openlnr io imk-? runs. in tot- afternoon tli" locuJs onthstu-l the T visitors, but only In tftu second iii-.hn; T " did the IslLs count, Inability lo run busoH T nlNo cut . neurit i:i tht defeat. Scerv: i t Mom Ins: lranie- " 15. H. E. f Oakland !? - Sun Francisco 2 ft - HArtcrle3--MoaUircKhii :u;ti Boeltlsei-, 4 ,.' Whalcn anil KUnven. A:"i:rncx.n srame j R. IT. E. " Oakland 3 2 " Fan Francisco 2 11 - " Batteries Schmidt and Lohman, Yerl:es a I and Hansen. I I .NEWTON'S PITCHING j THE ONLY FEATURE i ' , LOS ANGELES, Col., April .!. -There " Vcrc no features In today's game aside ; from the pitching of Ncwlon. Two hits j jjj , ?'. only tve...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 April 1904

1 J -1 ' THE SALT LAJTE TlUBUTE: M7jSTOT AjfrHX 4, 1304. , 9 ? ! TALE OF WOE TOLD lp BY MAGNATE HARRSMAN jnt Why Railroad Magnate Ob-1 I jects to Hill's Plan of I . Distribution. ' A. Alleged That Scheme Will j Leavo Control to Hill -j,... . and Morgan. ! f f ; It Is Also Asserted That the Decree of tho Court in Merger Case Will Be Defeated. NEW YORK. April 3.-At a re- 4- -f- cent conference In the oiflco of J. -f- - P. Morgan, tonight It wns said 4- -4- there was a practlcnl and friendly -f agreement by representatives of l 4- the Harrlman-Rockcfollc-r Interests -4- 4- on the ono side, and the Hlll-Mor- 4- ! 4- gan Interests on the other, to havo 4- tho court dccldo the plan of dls- 4- ' 4--,trlbutlnpr the securities held by tho 4- Northern Securities coinpany 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- ST. PAUL, April 3. None of the at torneys for the defendants In the suit of E. II. Hnrrimnn and "WInslow Pierce and thcfcOregon (Short Line Railway company against the Northe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 April 1904

j ' 1 ' I'll MWBBBMMMBaBBMMMMBMtaaM 1 10 THE SALT Ij&K XRIBtHSTE; MONDAY MOKTOGt APRIL 4.-, 1904, - I ; f"WANI ADS I I ! CASH RATES W -y 10c per line first insertion, jjij 5c per lino each. subGequont lj' -- Gortion, II'; . No nd. to occupy lets space .i . J tlian two lines. I Your "want nd." will "be rc- X cePte(i 'phoned to Tho Salt j . Lake Tribune office at regular rates by the following agents: !i I BFANCI OFFICES -y X Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. 101 Slain Streot. ' X W. H. DAYTON' DRUG CO., Corner Second South and State. T , SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 4- -, 502 South State, t LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd e?t I -fr and Sooth Temple. 7 H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, 3 Gil West Second South. 4 . WASATCH DRUG STORE, . corner Second South and Third A j . W. R. ULAR DRUG STORE, - q .j 11th East and ISth South, Su- j j gar House. I II 1 t DIED. ' WILLIAMS At SGI Vest Tii-it North, this , j city. A;ril .1, 1901. of diphtheria. Ann L . ; , , daughter o Henry and .Tonneti Thomas , , W...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 April 1904

PgS " , THE SALT IjAKE TJUDBUNT atpXDAY MORNING, AJPBXL 4, 190 4. 11 i BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. w ' tr THE LEADING WHEELS ARE IVER 11 Johnson. Racyclo and National. Lougue JWk I) cyclo Giore, S2S So. W. Temple. tllW VfWL NOTHING BUT P1KRCE BICYCLES. uV'FJ l&F- J' Carter, 0 W. 3rd Bo., cor. W. Templo. . ' i' ATTORNEYS. 3tV if "W R. HUTCHINSON HAS REMOVED Bfo to rooms 512-513-514 Atlas block. ulS4 B'g A J. WEBER, ATTORNEY-AT-L AW. L removed to 5th floor Atlas block. ulS5 H "7 B. ' EDLER, LAWYER. ATLAS block, fifth tloor. t225S B CASH REGISTERS. NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS- car Groshell, sales agent. No' 221 Main at. Expert cash register repairing. Second- iH hand reglstcrH always In Block. nlESO NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH TRADE JJH or terms. Sorrerison-Stoutt Co.. -lb E. 2d So. DIAMOND AND ALL OTHER KINDS iH eold by Clt. Coal Co.. 53 W. 2nd So. Tel. WM OPTICIANS. COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO., MO MAIN. "Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians. MOVING AND STORAGE. REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO., movin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 April 1904

M 'l I 12 The BaltIuMJSSj Tribottk? Mohstday MorjSTCjN"g-, April 4:, 1904:. II ;l NOTABLE NEWSBOY GATHERING ; TO OEAR SONGS AND A SERMON H ' , "Noodles" Talks to the Lit J tie Merchants in Capacity j 1 of an Older Brother. . Gives Thorn Advice as to Busl Hj . noss Methods 'and Gentle- 1 manly Conduct. H ' - JWill Givo Another Demonstration Today of How to Sell ( R LAKE newsboys sang J '( sacred songs tit tho First Presby- Hj terlan churcli Sunday afternoon, fl a- There in nothing especially i rotoworthy in thlB except that the little 3 urchins of the streets seldom havo their voices trained to the music of the ;j churches. They are generally looked on H 3is rowdies, and hopelessly IopC to all ! Ihlngs that are considered refined or cn noblins". Newsboys in Church, j It remained for "Noodles," the Hj r Champion of the newsboys and the Hj j newsboy champion, to invite the local 1 ' paper .sellers to a meeting In one of tho popular churches. As a "body the little j fellows had never be...

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

' - V- 1 1 V i - - "l rTTTTtf l Hfttri1 ,W JfV IS 9$&f? x-s M -F ' ' f f F f V Tl 4- 200,000 Blazo at Pittsburg, "5? M 1 m M V I . . ) . I . Receivers for Trust Concern. 4- PITTSBURG, April 4.-Tho nail . 1 Aw ll H ' Q-ifc 1 & "IB lW I'l WW Mvk B0ST0K- Apr11 --Samuel W. 4- department of the American Stool Vfi y& ntfvk TW 1 fflB ll 1 7 M I ll 11 II I 11 OH I 1 McCa11 and Chriea P. Choato. Jr.. - IH H and AVIro companjJs plant, nt Kon- MM WM 1 HkTTT rk I IB W jTS W MS I A V 4 11111 11 "day wore appointed receivers for - H kin burned today, causing a lo.-a (11 fi . 1 55 Is 111 lF (1,1 WllM IT . J 1 y 1 1 11, 1. JM L, LA -V tho Union Trust company, which 4- W of from 5175.COO to TIM. WO. In the vLJ J I I I l IL. ft., 1L jHM wlk t 1 JJSfc 5lfe7 3r T " T V W occd its doors on Thursday last. R x building woru 250 nail machine of 4- )90Z7 W 1 Jfc 1 T NT NT V r5- vjr 4. Tlio trust company's liabilities ar 4- jlBM y 1 " cxcccdlnBly complicated charac- 4- Q- J -' WEATHEP, TODA"?- Pr...

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

II! f CURTAIN OF SECRECY I VEILS RUSSIA'S PLANS ' General Kuropatkin Close . ; Guarding Mis Opera tions in Asian East. j Campaign Programme Believed j ' to Include Snare 'for Trap- ! ping of the Japanese. H j Anju Is .Now the Frontal Base of the H I j Japanese Forces in North- em Korea. II ', j ONDON, April 5. The Times correspondent at Cheefoo cabling1 under AJ j date of April 4th, says there was another bombardment of Fort Ar- . thur April 3rd, but that there are no authentic details of the engagement 41 i ' availne- If I ' l ! ''''t Qr. PETERSBURG, April 4. , ' J It Is reported that 500 Cossacks, -f j commanded by Gen. Artmanoff, 4- j 4- have occupied Unsan,- ICorea, fore- 4 f stalling the Japanese, who wcro -f j marchlnglng on Unsan from Chong 4- i Ju- I ' ' T. PETERSBURG. April 1. As the ' time approaches for the opening I of land operations on a large scale j the Huslan authorities are exer- ,i j clslng greater vigilance to prevent the news of their plans for tho movement l 1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 April 1904

Ji THE SALT IjAKB TRIBUTE: TUESDAY MOTCSTCSTG APEXL 5, 190 4. 3 M JH , , I J Happenings of a Day in Utah ) IOODEN I I TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, Washington Ave.. Telephone 111 I LOVING CUPS AWARDED BY IRRIGATION CONGRESS Special to Tho Tribune. OGDEX, Utah. April 4. Four silver lov ln? cups awarded as prizes during the re cent session of tho National Irrigation Congress have arrived. Tho cups ore now on exhibition in the window of J. S. Scr vis & Co. They are 23 Inches In height and contain 270 ounces of pure silver. Tho cups nro numbered. Is'o. 1 Is (he beet cup and bearing the inscription "Awarded to A. Rhode. Garland. Utah, for bc-Ht sugar beets grown under Irrigation. Arid States l'rult JJxhiblt of the Eleventh National Irrigation Congress. Ogdcn. Utuh, Septem ber 15 to IS. Untt Presented by II. O. Ilavo meycr in behalf of the American Sugar Itellnlng Compuny." No. 2 Is the barloy cun and Is inscribed: "Awarded to Manhattan Malting Com pany of Manhattan. Montana, for best browin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 April 1904

! if 4 The Salt "Lake -tribtots: Tuesday mobotkg-, April 5, 1904. - jiM f? I Issued every morning; by Salt Lake Trlb- )t I une Publishing Company. PERRY S. , HEATH, Publisher and Goncral Man- ? 1 ngcr. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. .' Dally nnd Sunday Tribune, one week? .23 Dally and Sunday, one month 1.00 v Dplly and Sunday, two months 2 00 Dally and Sunday, throo months 3.Q0 I Dally and Sunday, ono year... 12.00 i Sunday Tribune, one year 2.00 Sunday Tribune, nix months 1.00 Scral-Wcekly Tribune ono year I.G0 All remittances and business letters should bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lako City, Utah. 9. C. Beckwlth. Special Agency, Solo 1 Eastern Advertising Afient. Eastern of- l flee, 43-44-4G-47-4S-49 Tribune Bulldlnp, 1 New York. Western oMce, 510-512 Trlb- , unc Bulldlnp, Chicago. j No communication In relation to publi cation In or business for The Trlbuno should bo addressed to any Individual or officer of this corporation Matter relat 1 lnjr to publication should ...

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

SHOGKLEY ON TRIAL FOR DOUBLE MURDER ' Seven Jurors Secured for This Impor tant Case, and Rapid Progress Is Anticipated. .4 ' Gcoi'ko D. Iscbcker, Granger. Walter L. Price. Salt Lake City. A S. TV. Anderson. Salt Lake City. 4- Frank C. Howe. Murray. 4 4- John II. Bowdon. Taylorsvllle. 4 J. J. H. Latimer; Mill Creel:. 4. Thomas Haskford, Union. .4 444 4444-44. 444444 Good progress is being made in the selection of the jury in the case of the I State vs. James M. Shocklcy. the mur derer of the two street car men, Amassa Gleason and Thomas Brighton, who is being tried for the murder of the for mer in the criminal dlvislou of the Dis trict court. The above seven jurora were found acceptable to both sides out of eighteen that were examined yesterday. Nine of the number ex amined were excused by the court upon challenges for cause made by the de fense. Both the prosecution and tne defense made use of one peremptory challenge, disposing of the two other talesmen. After the case had boon cal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 April 1904

(5 THE gAJT IxAXE TEmBXHSTE: TUESDAY MOIUSTDSTGa APRIL 5, 1904:. ' mi News of Mine, of Prospect of Furnace and of Mill ) IV NEW BINGHAM'S ';' LATEST TRIUMPH 1 Sensational Quality of Concentrates J From Its Long- Defiant Por- ' phyTies. r;Any doubt that may have lingered about the commercial feature of Us un dertaking at Bingham having been ( wiped out by the commercial results ' with which the product of its mill la J being marketed, the management of the ' Utah Copper company has decided to ( add without delay two dozen tables to ( its present battery of thirty-six, said , President Charles M. MacNcIll yester- ; day, this affording It a total of sixty, t- I While no serious uneasiness or solici tude was ever entertained concerning 1 the results of the project after lcs ! I tons developed by Manager Jackllng at Ti I an experimental plant in the canyon rj - yesterday, controls on a second lot of J concentrates from the plant, which re f , vealed as much as 35 per cent copper J with o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 April 1904

HflH Hj;jflJ H' - xhe baus IjAK tribtostb? Tuesday Motnx April 5, 1904. , 7 III I i Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j VALL STREET UPSET BY HARBIMAiYS SUIT rouble Between Railroad Magnates H A Disturbs the Speculative Lwk JInrkcts. S'EW YORK. April 4. Speculators who LmM Ivo been trading for two weeks In the LmM cifldcnt belief that they knew the Inside IflHI fcts of tho Northern Securities settle- iiint were nonplussed today by the terms c the petition of tho Union Pacific In teste for an injunction against thp dls tjutlon of Northern Securities assets on t plan proposed. has been expected that somo Ju dlal opinion would be Invited on the pnosud plan, but the question of legality lrthe substitution of collateral for the N-thern Securities stock now held njlnst tho Oregon Short Line bond lssuo wi tho only one which had been ad ntteu to bo an issue, in view of tho pro tections from all interests concerned tit perfect unllv and harmony existed. Bi a perusal of the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 April 1904

.1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 " 8 Ieb Sam Lake Tribune: Tuesday Moeotst, April 5, I901-. I f TUNNEL WILL COST I FOUR MILLIONS i Tremendous Cost of Boring- a Hole Thi-oug-h tho Backbone of the I T v Continent. , V- Four millions will bp. tho co3t of llic great H tunnel with which the Moffat voad will (SB-- " pierce the Continental divide. Instead of ' A - two miles and a half tho length of tho 1 IL- tunnel will be four miles, and the cstl K - mated expense is RMO.OOO per mile. K A member of a. firm of contractors now , engaged on the construction of the road l K said that tho tunnel will have to bo cut j out of almost tolid granite. The rock In l the neighborhood of It Is like that without I J any scams or fissures. Some contractors ! I . ay that when dynamite Is used, Instead I j of aetlnjr against tho place of greatest re yj - distance, as it usually does, It comes hack j out of tho drill hole in tho form of smoke. 1 According to the contractors nono o...

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