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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 April 1904

Tmk l ' I yH ft' I - v The Salt Lake Tribune: Tuesday Mokning-, April 5, 1904. . . . HI INTERSTATE BOARD I A RULING IS UPHELD 1 f Perioral Supremo Court Decides Fa mous Discrimination Suit Against Anthracite Coal Companies. if ' WASHINGTON. April 4. The case o the Interstate Commerce Commission i . vs. Bulrd, commonly known ns the nn , tbracite coal case, was decided by the I Supreme court ol the United States to day in favor of the contentions of the commission, the decision of the United States Circuit court for the southern district o New York being reversed. This Is the case Instituted before the commission by W. It. Hearst of New I York, who nllcged discrimination by the railroad companies which reached the- anthracite coal mines In Pennsyl vania. During the hearing some of the witnepses refused to produce certain contracts bearing upon the business of the railroad companies and the coal mines, which action was upheld le Circuit court of Now York. The United Stales Supreme cour...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 April 1904

THE 8XfT JE3 TBIBIGCTg TUESBAT MOInFG-5 APBIL 5,-1904. M Ij j- WANT APS"" i' F CASH RATES I'j jP 10o per Hrm first Insertion I t- 5c per line each, subsequent ' P insertion, li No nd. to occupy less space. JJ , than two lines. (I Your "want ad." wil! be nc- I ' cepted and 'phoned to The Salt I , Lake Tribune office at regular I I rates by the, following: agents: j- BRANCI OFFICES ' 1 Godbc-Pitts Drug Co. j 101 Main Street '! ' I - H DAYTON DRUG CO., j Corner Second South and Statn. , j SHERWOOD PHARMACY, , G02 Soutli State, i LEAVER DRUG- CO., Grand j Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Wept ' and South Temple, H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, Cll West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, . corner Second South and Third V East. W. R. CLARET DRUG STORE, J I 11th East and 12th South, Su- J k 1 gar House. I, BORN. . ' l VAI1EY To Ernest C. and Catherine i j Sweeney Vahcy. a son. April 3rd. Moth- J or and child doing well. DIED. BENSON Died In this city April 4. 1504. Shepard A. Benson, a natlvo of Indiana, ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 April 1904

bbB-t I'll jH. the BaitIlAXE Txubtotb: Tuesday Mokntn"g-s April, 5, 1901. 11 mm COLLECTIONS. LOST MONEY FOUND! BBH JThroujrh our system of colloctlng; no Hl rfSSniberahlp feo; nq ndyanco for postage; BBBJ 11 01 'commissions If no collections; wo ask BBJI patronage on our merits; we guarantea BBB A results. See our testimonials. R. R. Hud- BBBi I son. Mgr., Address 6, Walker Bonk bid?. HH JOHN J. WALLACE & CO., D. F. BEBJf Walker bldg., Salt Lake, collect debts, any BBBJ part of U, 3. and Canada': prompt atten- HH Hon; reference, Walker Bros.' bank. j ALL tfEBTS BOUGHT AND "COL- Hf lectcd. COS Aucrbach bldg. tl A JUNK HOTJSES. jfl f WESTERN JUNK AND METAL BBBJ yard, dealer In raps, scrap Iron, bottles, BBB metals and rubber; bides, pelts, furs, wool. BBB 123 South .Sinte st. and 1014 South State BBBJ 6t 'Phone 13S3-K. ulTl UTAH JUNK CO., HIGHEST PRICE BBB paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottles, rubber, BBBJ copper, eto. C3 E, Sth So. 'Phone 23). bS12 lH ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. HH ELECT...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 April 1904

Tfpi '1'"'",,T':''''t'"' li I llf 12 THE SALT LAKE nsiBTrNI!: TUESDAY MOENXCTG. APKIL ,3. 1904. 1 Ii i LATTER-DAY SAINTS' ZEAL I SHOWN IN THE GREAT CROWDS I j f Enthusiastic Church Work- ' f ers Congregate in Zion 1 From Far and Ntar. I . Wore Liberal Policy Outlined 1 by President Smith In I ! Regard to Tithing. I Numerous Meetings Held and All J j largely Attended While the JJ Streets Are Blocked. fR HAT iho Latter-day Snints thrive. I Is fully attested by the wonder ful success of the semi-annual conference which is now in session in Zion. The attendance at the pres- 'i ent conference certainly is larger than & has been, the rule for a number oC Jj years past, and there would seem to 'U he nothing; lacking In fervor or zeal f i for the cause on the part of the nt- I tendants. Ii tiro-was on All Sides. I Yesterday's conference crowds were , . 1 J teven greater than those of Sunday. ; While It is true that many of the vis- , r ; itors came either to see the sights, to i I' visi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 April 1904

H iiimi m r I im, fu M in W 4 4 1 Ir; I 47? ILJ ji ! i (i I I I Cl, it, vLJL IL iLL.1 LIL4K L t h vkt3' I I X TheloMIso.tlmatSOM!ln- f J WW W ffe mfie " ' I igB curanco about JlCO.Cw. 4 I . r y V K: . jjfl J&. WEATHER TODAY Cloudy; wanner, jp I Vol. XIjVI. No. 35 (5. Salt Lake City, Utah, "Wednesday Mokxeng-, April 6, 1904. 12 phges.five Oeots. H I THIS PROPHET PREDICTS DIRE DISASTERS FOR WORLD. Crank Announces Revela tions From God Assur ing Universal War. JYIthln Twtlve Months All Eu rope. Will Be Fighting, and United States, Too. Instead of a. Millennium There Will Be Weopinp, Wailing- and Gnashing- of Teeth. I "Special to The Tribune, i T ORTC, Pa., April 5. Leo Spangler, W a prosperous grocer of this city, j who styles himself "The Iast Prophet," and who for twelvo years has been predicting- the end of the world In 1D0S, announces rocent revela tions from God on the war in the East. Spangler said: "I predicted tho war between Russia end Japan as early an last autumn, when I...

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

I ! 1 TKE SaitJLAKE TmTCTTXE: "W"ED2sTESDAT Moknxntg, April 6, 1904; " li fWist fighter, and sent him staggering (1 5' across the ring. V . Crowd Greatly Excited. $ 't. The crowd clamored to its feet, cheer- i 15 Ing wildly and calling to the referee to I ' atop the fight. Welch's arms dropped j H to his side and he was clearly gone. Nelson was right after him, and In an- 4 other instajit -would have put in the t y finishing punch, but Referee Bean Flopped him and declared the Chlcagoan V the winner. The decision will count as 1 ' j y. a knockout. I 8. By sheer grit and gameness rarely ! t seen in a prize ring, Welch won the np I -plauso and sympathy of the house. When he rallied after the onslaught In . the fourth round the crowd fairly 1 it roared its appreciation. From that on H ' the spectators almost to a man were , ) ". with the Californian, and applauded his every effort. J i h' Nelson Was Game, f Had the mill gone twenty rounds Xel son would have won the decision. At Hj r no...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 April 1904

M I The Salt Laxe Tribune: TVedxesdat Moknustg, Apbil 61904. 3 I j H - . - : , ! . l. . t mmm I PICKING OFFICIALS a IN MANY CITIES H' .Republican Victories Recorded in the H City of Ohicago and at Oth- ft er Places. K CHICAGO. April 5. In the Municipal election today the Republicans elected H; eighteen Alderman, the Democrats slx teen, and one Independent Republican, Wm who repudiated the "machine" In tho Sixth am ward, was chosen a member of tho Coun H ell. Tho Inst Council was composed of H thirty-six Republicans, thirty-two Dcmo H crat., ono Independent Democrat and one H Socialist. Tho next Council will be H formed of thirty-six Republicans, thirty Hp. one Democrats, two independents, ono of Hf whom Is a Democrat nnd tho other a Re Hj publican, and one Socialist. Hv. Tho chief interest In the election, how I ever, centered in tho voto on proposed Hi municipal ownership of tho street rnil- I wave. In thiH connection what Is known HI as the "Mueller law." passed by tho last I Stat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 April 1904

il fl: j The Salt :lake Tribtote: ttbbkesdat Moknxn'g, April 6, 1904. y I IV ' . . i:.-.: lesued every morning by Salt Lnko Trlb , Tune Publishing Company. PERRY 8. -HEATH, Publisher and General Man r ' 1 jr f f TI3RMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Pally and Sunday Tribune, one wceUS .-5 Dplly and Sunrlay, que- month 1 00 . Dally and Bimdny, two months 2.00 I Dally uJd Sunday, throe months 3. 00 Dally and Sunday, pno year 12.00 Sunday Tribune, one year 2.00 Sundav Tribune, six months 1.00 ffAmlJnrinUlv TriiMimn .... i r.n I! ?AH remittances and business letters enpuld bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, 4 ' m Salt Lake City. Utah, ; ft. C. Bockwlth. Special Agency, Solo 1 Eastern Advertising Ajrcnt Euatorn of J Acq, -13-41-IS-I7-4S-40 Trlbuno Bulldinff. " New York. Western office, G10-512 Trlb i)no Building, Chicago. , No communication In relation to publi cation In or business for Tho TrJbUno Should be addressed to any Individual or officer of this corporation. Matter relat ing: o publi...

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

III THE SATT YjAVr-ft TRIBTINBf TSDESDAY MORKTSsG-, APRIL 6, 1904. ' 5 f'll ; . j - j - jH I, TWO NEW JURORS 4r IN SHOGKLEY CASE Little Progress Made Yesterday and an Additional Batch, of Tales men Made Necessary. Two more Jurors were secured in the Shockley ca.se ycstordny. "When ad journment of the criminal division of 1 . the District court, where James M. Shoclcloy Is on trial for the murder oi Amassa Gleapon and Thomas Brighton, was taken yesterday afternoon there were nine of tho necessary twelve Jury men in the box. Seven of the Jurors were secured on Monday, and the two secured yesterday are Wallace C. Bow-r-rlnsr and C. L. Hannaman, both of this city. Altogether twenty-one talesmen vrt examined yesterday In securing the two acceptable to both the defense and the prosecution. This exhausted the aiames In the Jury-box and Judfre Morse Issued a special venire of forty names, returnable this morning at 10 o'clock. Of the number examined yesterday only one wah excused upon chall...

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

II J; 6 THE &AIT XiAIOS TRIBTHSTE: WEPITflSDAY MOE3MG-, APEXL 6, 190. " T 1 1 News of Mine, of ProspectTof Furnace and of Mill , SMELTER ALLIANCE : !N OPERATION lirst IiOfc of Copper Company Ore .. J - Goes to the Bingliam Con. i j Furnaces. ,1 : The first lot of concentrates to arrive Jfrom the Utah Copper company's mill i ltt Bingham canyon is now being1 fed to the furnaces of the Bingham Con. , smelter, said Superintendent Nutting ' on his arrival from the plant to confer with the genoial management during ,' the aftemon, this run on the high grade product from its new client partaking Bomowhat of the "experimental," al i though that It will yield as submlssive a I ly to methods by which the crude " ' output of the ' diggings has been -.1 ' anastered Manager MacVIohle nor his 4 superintendent entertain the least un j 1 easiness. That the output of this most jj formidable youngster comes to the jj Bingham Con. through any alliance be f ' I tween it and the American S & Tt ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 April 1904

H v khe Saxt Ise Tribune Wednesday Mokntng, April 6, 1904, , v 7 I I j- Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. IWALL STREET IS ON ANXIOUS SEAT tTp and Down Day for the Specula tors and They Are Guessing-. iCDW YORK, April G. The perturbation reflected yesterday In tho slocl: market on account of tho Union Pacific's legal fight to retain Its former 'holdings of Northern Paclflo in tho dissolution of tho Northern Pacific company had largely Hubslded today. Tho result was a specu lative movement of more breadth and moro general Indication of interest than for a long tlmo. That tho operators were largely thoso of professionals In stocks was sufficiently Indicated by tho mothodl cal manner In which they were conduct ed. First ono and then another stock or group of stocks was taken In hand and advanced to a higher level of prices, whllo selling to rcalizo tho prollt on tho advance was skillfully conducted In tho very act of transition to buying in an other group. Tho sympath...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 April 1904

mr " - T cTlIi i HiHHHmBBflBB I s ffHE Salt Lake Tribune: TTedxesbat Moxcstixg-, APRIL 6, 19CM. I H in imi rtwwwi in m ,, , , j.ii.i f i.u-ui - '" ' 'W"" g".;'; . ' vj I f ONE DAY WITH RACERS, PUGS AND TWIRLERS 1 I 5 ; FARCE OF JACK 1 I THE GIANT KILLER 1 ' Placke "Was a Very Poor Imitation oi I a Punching Bag in Front of IN McCoy. I i H 1 " PHrLA.DELPIIIA.AprH G. llcrr Placke, 1 ,! I '-ho champion of Holland, made a norry I Mpcctaclo of himself tonight In a fight 1 , with Kid McCoy at tho Lenox club. I Standing six Inches taller and weighing I ) Q pounds cr more than 'his palc-fuced op I 1 ponent, ho was boa ton almost insensible I hi less than four minutes. Plicko nover I laid a slovo on McCoy except when tho I clinched, and the cool, calculating I McCoy dart-id in and out and nround hla I burly opponent almost like lightning. Ho I Would feint with I1I3 rlsht and then drive I A- his loft to tho face viciously, scarcely I . falling to brlnp tbe blool. Twico hi I - he 5rst rouud Pla...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 April 1904

n -t ami b b ; i ii i t i i i i r1 j p) rrrT w iijjj.jjTin.Mt,ww,, W GROSVENOR UNLOCKS jfr AND FiRES HIS GUNS Ohio Statesman Calls the Democratio Side of the House to At . , teutlon. I, ! WASHINGTON, April 5. In the I House of Representatives today dlscus- F '' slon of the poatofllce bill opened the way for political talk. Mr. Grosvenor started the ball, devoting him- self to a defease of the Re publican party. Mr. De Armond, ho paid, had indicted the leaders of the House for an attempt to cover up I crime. "What crime," Mr. Grosvenor asked, "has been committed In any one of the , - branches of the administration of the r Federal Govermnent, ami by whom?" ,Ho sarcastically remarked that when I' a member of the House knew enough to ' hurl in the face of the majority of the House the charge that thc-y were cover ing: up and protecting: crimes "he ought to know enough to make some statement that somebody, somewhere, i lmd committed some crime," Ho do- cjarcd, amid laughter, that since ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 April 1904

lii r 10 The Sait jLakb mbotte: Weixnesday Mokctn-g, April 6, 1904. H I I- : : " TZs i I I FIND IT HERE R TELL THE PEOPLE WHHT Y0 WANT IN RN HO SJCSSIJ! ? I" WANT ADS" ; CASH RATES i 10c per lino first Insertion. 8c per lino each, subsequent J Insertion. ! f No nd. to occupy les3 space than two lines. Your "want nd." will be ac cepted and phoned to Tho Salt 1 1 Lake Tribuile office at regular ratc3 by tho followinc- agents: . BRANCH OFFICES' I Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. ; 101 Man Street. . W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., k i I Corner Second South and State. X SHERWOOD PHARMACY, . C02 South State. 4 LEAVER DRUG- CO., Grand Tj j Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd "Wcfrt l and South Templo. U H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, jf 511 West Second South. ! I WASATCH DRUG STORE, I corner Second South and Third I East. ) ' W. R. OLARK DRUG STORE, : I 11th East and 12th South, Su- J j- gar House. I 1 I DIED. i BALDWIN. At 663 Wost Second South streeU this city. April 5, 1904. Martha i Baldwin, aped 55 years: native of Eng la...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 April 1904

I The Salt ILaks Texbuoti: Wedsdat MoBOTa, Apbtx 6, loot. 11 jH CI v. ' ' " n I: iH REV. GEO. W. RULAND RESTORED TO HEALTH BY "7W VTNOI AND STRONGLY IN ' DORSES IT. Druelil &, Franken Say Such Letters Justify Their Strong Claims for Vinol. Prominent men from all parts of the i country are Indorsing our "Vlnol, and f strong testimonial letters from four t. ministers of the gospel and several '"' physicians have been received within a week. Such unsolicited testimony as this is the-best proof of merit any medi cine can have. Tho'Rev. George W. Ruland of Keene. N. H., writes. "I have used your cod liver oil preparation, Vlnol, as a tonic, and I do not believe there is any other medicine that can equal it. It built me GEO. "W. RULAND. up and strengthened me so that I was enabled to do very exacting work. Vl nol has done for me more than was claimed for 1L" "We, Druehl & Franken. declare to the people of Salt Lake City that there Is no other remedy or cod liver oil prepa ration k...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 April 1904

TELE BAIT LAJSE Tm?TOTE: WDTESDAY MOMENT APBLL 6, 1904. f ! ' I " pNGS OF HOME : ffi CAUSE REJOICING r fsfflndinavian People Gather in. Largo 9y Numbers to Hear Music of j Bi " tlio Fatherland. jftFrom every point oC view the concert Hat the Tabernacle last evening was a v success and a goodly sum was added to the fund being raised for the erection J of the Xi. D. S. meeling-house in Stock- f "holm, Sweden. Last night's audience was made up largely of Scandinavians, and the music was familiar and dear to "the hearts of those people. There ? .were- several treats In store, for the au dience, the splendid boss voice of Wil lard Andelin of Provo, the singing o r the male quartette, including Messrs. , Andelin, McAllister, Held and Acord, 9 and the duet by Miss Jepperson and Mr. Acord being among the number, f There were, in addition to these, a number of selections by such old-timo favorites as "Willard Woihc, Prof. An ton Lund and Prof. Pedersen, while among the later favorites Miss L...

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

tjjlj '' SherUf Taylor anil poseco were out 4 j f ih jMI fcy fiL, 1 ' VYW IfcX )5ll Vfc y 'lr'' th,B ,IC,ns Mr :viorKan'3 annual 4 Kjfl jRl--' V V-' WEATHER TOBAYFair; colder. Ell If Vol. XJ-VI. No. 357. Salt Lakhs City, Utah, Thursdax Moknxntg, April 7, 1904, m PflGES..riyB Cents HI STARED DEATH IN FACE 1 FOR TWENTY HOURS I ON STORM SEA, Terrible Experience of Sur vivors of Boating Party in Florida. One by One Women Dropped i Into Water and Perished. Seven Set Sail on Pleasure Bent, and Only Two Survived to Tell the Talc Sf fJrtAMTA. Fla.. April 6., A story of I terrible suffering-, lasting twenty hours, is told hy President Walk er and Mibs Newton, art teacher, ; the survivors of a sailing party of seven persons froln the Florida Methodlsrt col lege, at Sutherland, whose bont cap sized whllo on the way back to port after a day's outing on the gulf. Tn a cat bont they left Sutherland Monday morning-, sailing to Anclote, a resort 0:1 the coaat, about fifteen miles ; diBtant. They sp...

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

h 2 Tins SAiiT Lake Tkebtte; tihirsday MoicNmG, April 7, 1904. I I .hurriedly departed from the courtroom, r- In the corridor Senator Burton I) stopped lonsr enough to light n cigar vand then walked to his hotel. He de I ., ;cllned to discuss the sentence, but said , I , vJie would depart tonlcht for his home $ j ' In Kansas. 'I ' The case will now be appealed to the i ,(- 'United States District Court of Appeals. I the highest tribunal in the matter. '4t History of the Case. I t Senator Burton, who Is senior Sena 1 . tor from Knsns,,was convicted after aii ; exhaustive trial. In which various let j - tcrs from him to the Rlalto Grnin and Securities company, the checks which i. he received In. payment for his services I in behalf of the concern before the postollice and the testimony of numcr , i ous agents of the Government were in- troduced. ' Senator Burton's defense was that he was acting merely In the capacity of an attorney, and did not employ his ', Senatorial influence in th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 April 1904

j I jejik WALT BflKlfl TEIBOTrB; '.OIURSDAY MOBSTER, APIUIi 7, 1904. 3 i ? I FURiOUS WOMEN I ASSAIL OFFICIALS j f fT West Side Delegation Invade City - Building' in Cause of Snni- , tary Reform. "1 ;i There arc occasions when the clerk of i tho Board of Ilcauth of. this city must ' , needs be n brave man and one of thoso i occasions came yesterday when an In dignant delegation of half a score of wo j men swooped driwn upon the ofllco. Tho women live on Post street between Kiphlli and Ninth South :md Fourth and Fifth West streets, and they had a grievance. 1 The wcro not slow cither, nor was their language unmistakable in stating It. Clerk Brothers fairly trembled when they : all began talking nt once and shaking I their lists In h!.s face. I Would Charter ft Raft. If. "It s a regular lake the water Is lllthy I- and stagnant and In running Into our r ' houses we'll all be sick nnd die. Yes. I; we ll meet tho Insiicctor with a iaft at h the end of the car line only send one out f; and...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 April 1904

Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli '1.1 ; Jssued every morning by Salt Tnkn Trlb- i uno Publishing Company PERRY S. i , HEATH. Publisher and General Man- ! . j nger. I' i TBRJIS OP SUBSCRIPTION. J Dnllv and Sunday Tribune, ono wocUS .25 1 Dally nnd Sunday, ont month 1.00 Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 i Dally and Sunday, three months 3.00 j Dally and Sunday, one yoar 32 00 , , Sunday Tribune, ono year 2 .00 Sunday Tribune, six months l.W I Scml-Wcckly Tribune, ono year 1.50 ) All remittances nnd business letters I should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, , Salt Lako City. Utah. i S. C. Beckwlth. Special Apency. Solo Eastern Advertlnlnt; Acont. Eastern of fice. 43-44-iC-47-4S-49 Tribune Bulldlnp, j New York. Western office, 510-512 Trlb- 1 uno Building. Chicago. i! No communication In relation to nubll- j cation In or business for The Trlbuno should be addrosscl to any Individual or i offlcr of this corporation. Matter rel.it- ( ...

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