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

.jM THE 5ALT X-AKE TfflBOTTB. TECDRfiDAT MOKCOTG-j APRIL 7, 1904. g , H "HILL WILL INVOKE UNIT I RULE IN FAVOR OF PARSER. H Plan to Instruct New York Delegation Does Not Meet IB With Encouragement. m a H Tammany Men Have Enough H Votes to Prevent Such Tac- H tics in Convention. Forecast of the Probable Result of the Presidential Contest at 1 St. Iouis. Special to Tho Tribune. T EW YORK, April C Almost abso l lute certainty that tlio Republl cans will nomlnato Roosevelt and Hl Falrbanka. If not by acclamation, at least by an overwhelming majority, Hl 'has centered all tho political Interest in tho probable action 'of the Demo crats at St Louis. It looks now as if the nomination of Judge Alton B. Parker was assured, but the fight Is not over, and the "William Bflf Randolph Hearst adherents are not ln- mvJ clincd to yield a point in the game. According to the Democratic State leaders, there Is no possible hope for the success of the plan to Instruct del cgates. All told, they soy. Park...

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. — 7 April 1904

Hwmn n'lfiTfra1'' i" "ff ;V', e The suxt lake TiiiBTjsnEi Thttr&dat MokntdnG. April t, isju. t v Eff ii - - - i ! i i i i mini i I II 'lIfl R IWCF WHIGHUANDOF A fiPIWfl J4fl&&& BASLID?NGERS IPfClf MVUl LOW DEGREE Jt I MflfiW Ji W W W HOOF BEATS ii & S lwillk I NELSON AND WELCH MAY FIGHT AGAIN California Fighter Not Satisfied With Tucsdny's Mill, nnd Wants Another Cknnce. Negotiations arc now under way to match "Spider" "Welch ajld "Battling" N'alson again, the light to bo pulled off In this oily within tho next thirty days. Fammy McClintlo, who has charge of the "Spider" Is not satlslled 1th the result of Tuesday nixht'.s contest, and is anx ious for a return go. McClinlic declares that his man was badly handicapped in that ho was not accustomed 10 toe alti tude and thinks that with throe weeks In which to train. Welch would be able 10 trim tho Chicago Hunter. So coolldent Ih McCllntlc that the Cullfornian is the bet tor man that ho will wager VjO that the "Spide...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 April 1904

I I If FREMONT OBJECTS J TO CHANGING NAME fl Senator Keanis Interviews Post B master-General in Behalf of Citi- H zens of That Place. Hj BY A. P. PHILIPS. j B1 Tribune Bureau, National Hotel, r B . "WASHINGTON, J). C, April 6. J Senator Kcarns saw' the Postmastcr k Croneral today In IwhalC of Ulo citizens of tift ' Tremont, Utah, who desire to retain that H nnmo as a poatofflcc. Bccauso of the fact that another offlco In the State Is named I Fremont, the department deems a. chango B In the name necessary to guard agaln9t I mistakes. Tremont was established In I Ocioher, 1D03. The rule Is that -when two names arc similar, the youngest office or the ono latest. establl3hed, must chango Its name. Senator Kcarns has suggested Trmont vllle aH a substitute name and tho depart ment will do nothing until the citizens of Trc-nont have had opportunity to ap- prove the Senator's suggestion, or select a new name. Thcso postmasters have been commis sioned: Idaho Basalt, Emma Firth: Stcrretl, Hat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 April 1904

J ( a 8 The Sait ILa&e TRTBTTsra Thursday MoKsmscG, April 7, 1904, . v 1 M FIMO IT HERE R TELL THE PEOPLE WHHT YU WHNT IN RN HD H THIS PHGE f . I I - -' SH5040i0iW jr"j IL j '"WANT ADS"" ! j CASH RATES j 10c per line first Insertion. . 5c per line each, subsequent j Insertion. J Ko nd. to occupy less space than two lines. I Tour "want nd " will ba ac cepted and 'phoned to Tho Salt h , .Lake Tribuno office at regular 4 rates by the following agents: ' BRANCH OFFICES GodbcPitts Drug Co. ' 101 Main Street W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., A I Corner Second South and State. L , SHERWOOD PHARMACY, I 502 South State. I LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand f Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Wept ,' j and South Temple. h I H. A. HANSEN. DRUGGIST, I 511 West Second South. J WASATCH DRUG STORE, i corner Second South and Third East I ! W. R. 131 ARK DRUG STORE, ! Hth East and 12th South, Su- ! r;, gar House. I' DIED. 1 ! PARIEU, In this city April 6, 1901. Mrs. 1 41 Jennie L. Panllcu of cancer. In her 44th ja year at 1G2...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 April 1904

jj THE SALT XiAKE TJRJBTXNTE: THTJBSDAY MOTJQnTG, APRIL 7, 190. 9 I I " PSYCHICS. I C. HALL, COOK, PH. D., "S. P. R.." London, England. Tcachor Spiritual Scl WM i,,.ence and Unfoldmcnt, lB5Vi Main St., wM . JiLiBoom 1G. Lecture Sunday 8 p. m.. Harmo tJmM Tnlo hall. State at. Reserved seats on salo lM "Tnt "The Kenyon." uC53 H ACCORDION PLEATING. H SUNBURST AND ACCORDION pleating Mrs. Jcnnens. 47 E. 1st So. mill H SAFES. H . NEW OR 2ND-IIAND. CASH. TRADE I or terms. Sorenscn-Stoutt Co.. 42 E. 2nd S. S ' CASH REGISTERS. H NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS- M car Groshell, sales agent. No. 221 Main st. 1 Expert cash register repairing. Second wM hand registers always In atock. nlOSO W ' NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH. TRADE 'W ; ; ortPrnifl, Sorrcnson-Stoutt Co., E. 2d So. M : : COLLECTIONS. IF ' JOHN J. WALLACE & CO., D. F. IX ' Walker bldg.. Salt Lake, collect debts, any I: part of U. S. and Canada, prompt nttcn- fi tlon; reference, Walker Bros.' bank. I ALL DEBTS BOUGHT AND COL- J lectcd. 60S ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 April 1904

H'i I:" v 10 The Salt Lake tkibtoste: thuesday MoENna April 7, 1904. Ml J s I I pRIMlNALITY AND HOODLMM I I RIFE AMONG JUVENILE ELEMENT M ; r Half-Hearted Enforcement o . j Ordinances Given as One , t of Main Causes. 1 Jj Permitting Minors In Saloons , and Babos In Prize Ring , Is Denounced. . 1 i I Xstablisraont of Parental Home and 11 j Other Remedies Are Con- jj sidered. j ?f 4- -f -f f Vicious literature. Vf- Indifferent home government. -f . j J- Permitting: minors In saloons- - j f Non-enfoi-cement of curfew H '-f law. ll f- Conscious violation of ordin- j J- anccs by nearly every one. jT J rf Half-lieavtcd enforcement of ' j 4- the ordinances. I r" Inadequate facilities for pun- -f H- ishment of juvenile criminals. I' ' Hi j These are a few of the reasons given Hj j'.. at the principals' meeting yestorday for Hj . the prevaleney of hoodlumlsm and ju- H' ) vonilo criminality in Salt Lake City. , There was a difference of opinion among those present as to the proper remedy of c...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 April 1904

I 'jfrms BAIT 'JLAEE TEXBTjyjE:- THTOSDAT HQjgcffiTg, APKTX 77190 ' 11 L f m ' FIFTY MEN IN SUB- Jin WAY FACE DEATH Fire in Underground in New York "j k ' Blocks Traffic on Broad- I I NEW YORK, April G. For half an r hour traffic on lower Broadway, near I St. Faul's chapel, was blocked today by Jlt5j4vi I a fire in the new subway, the volumes t5fe,',V of smoke that poured throuph the few openings to tho streets driving pedes trians away and making' difficult the BK ; work o the firemen, who were called 'SrI out m larB force because o the loca- POjjjjffif i The fire broko out near the corner of 5B f Fulton street and Broadway, ivhcre. ho- sioSgBT" fide St. Paul's chapel. Is the principal 5tJB i entrance to this section of the subway, tH workmen entering the tunnel at that point, so that smoke shut off their usual ' maiis of egress, and for a time fifty or HH Smorc laborers were penned In and in rB f However, one block further down the l&H -treet. at tl)e comer of Dey street, it r...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 April 1904

II fNews of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill If . iBOSTON CON. TO ; eOHO SMELTEB Jlliroctors of Company Provided With & Means With Which to Ac jj ' V complish It. - V To an array o smelters, custom and independent, from 1 the furnaces of (i ; which bullion of the value of $2,000,000 ' '. or more is issuing monthly in Salt Lake ? , Talley, is to be added another, the ar ) ' chitect none other than the Boston Con., 'J ; whose properties at Bingham have at jf teined a position which, ln tho opinion of a majority of its household, renders Kuch an acquisition essential, if not lm , pcrative, to tlie economic handling of Its enormous resources. A ' This was practically decided on at a I conference of tho company's officials .i in the local offices yesterday, and at I which there were present the Messrs. fi P. A. Schirmcr and E. E Aberci'omble l ' of Boston and Mr. Samuel Newhouse of ' this city. . When the Boston members jf' of the board left New York it was not ' tonly with ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 April 1904

Mj ''''v t lil I. x The ipLakb Texbotte: Thursday Mobotntg, April t, 1904; tm j A I Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j I WALL STREET AGAIN 0MNTHE AIR Speculators Holding- Back and the Market Was Irregular Through out the Day.'1 NEW YORK, April G. Thero was breadth and variety again In the stock market today, and some evidence of grow ing: outside Interest, The largest part of ' the trading, ho.wever, was still In the handB of professional operators, and the early activity was not well maintained. Tho latter part of the day showed signs of lassitude In tho movement. Largo at tention was given to the quarterly report of the United Statos Steel corporation, and tho opinions held on the showing played an Important part in the wholo mnrkct. The wide opening1 In United Statos Steel preferred on the salo of 8000 shares nt 691 and 60U. an extreme ad vance of Vft, was evidence that a con siderable short Interest was dlpngreoably surprised by the character of tho show ing....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 April 1904

14: The SirliAKB Tribune; Thursday MoRarare, April 7, 1904. ' ' I- CANNOT KEEP HIS HANDS OFF OTHER PEOPLE'S PROPERTY ISAM GrEcn, WHO IS NOW IN THE COUNTY JAIL, HAS A BAD POLICE RECORD HAS BEEN JN THE COURTS MANY TIMES '&' VARIOUS CHARGES, AND HAS SPENT MUCH TIME IN JAIL. On? of the most striking; examples of habitual wrong-doer In the police 'tajinols of this city Is Sam Grice, now confined at the county Jail awaiting trial on the charge of grand larceny. With tho exception of a half dozen men who are hopeless drunkards, perhaps there is.no name that has appeared on the'Iqcal police register with more regu larity than that of Grice during tho past ten years. The offenses charged range- all the way from drunkenness to burglary, and a brief glimpse at the record of arrests yesterday showed "that since 1S91 Grice has been in the tolls no less than a dozen times. During this period ho has served a three years' sen tence In the Utah State penitentiary and a number of lesser terms in ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 April 1904

"i " J CHINA TO jfolN JAPAN. T)L I j fffeO M " ' T Jtj'f H t NESV YORK, ifpril 7.-A Herald fT 8 1 lB f 1 I HAWAIIAN STEPS OUT. 4- V dispatch from Bcijlln Is to the cfToct -f -VU H 4V fe. 1 1 A- - ll "Eh ( ' jj ifl j-fll dhfof M jSk' irfvA HONOLULU, April 7. A. N. Ko- 4- I that China Ih "i tho verge of Mm I'l fl? toS Xlf D U 0M XW 1 L7 Pim M I llT Hi lBlfl III f 11 1W Polka!. Treasurer oC tho Territory 4- j I throwing In her l(t with Japan. The 4- (1 i H fig X 5 A I R 1 A I MM, MS 1 1 M I I 1 i I' 1 I WT f IIawnJI ""'Rned lila offlco to- 4- J. x first defeat on lml for Russia will, lv JJP i 1 IE, ( I 111 W I 1 fiw Im, J U 1 1 1 1 H H H IL v ,,ay' Mr KePolkaI lms announced 4- b I It la averted, be the signal for a -f )v JJf K t T Vm 1 WLj 11L H flL lib L SfcJ M liSfcJ1 JJfeW WJIbA 4- himself a.s a candidate for the C5r- 4- l Worwnnl in'ovcmerit on tho part of fS& V If yJIfc' l'T'f' TT CS J Y 4- cult Judgshlp made vacant by tho ,he Celestial cmr.ro. V. JF C - ' WEATHER TODAY Fair a...

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

I " v ' Ifl H 2 THE SAXiT liAKB THTB-nisrE: FKIDAY MOKXTSG, APRIL 8, 1904, . place among the greatest men of his dav ami died respected, beloved and mourned by all classes o Hs country- - Senator Kearns's Tribute. r ENATOR KEARNS paid a beaull W ful tribute to the memory of Mr. Hannn. He spoke as follows: I count It u special privilege, Mr. President, to participate in these excr ,2 c ises today, which commemorate the .lfe and character of that great Amerl can, that loyal friend and matchless v leader Marcua A. Hanna. Together with the thousands who hnew him, I 1 Z hold in grateful remembrance the share i had o that great heart, whose every " pulsation was of kindness and love. vw His life is the Ideal for which the lV vouth of our country should strive. In his intercourse with men he was all " (hat stands for sterling manhood, and he surrounded h,ls home with a halo of purity and love. . Bv his own endeavors he became a captain of industry and the foremost statesman of his time. Cr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 April 1904

- .....r. A THE BAUS liAKB HBXBUWBlt ITRTDAY MOKNTSTG, i&PKE, S, I90 g I 1 FIGHT FOR WOOL BY RAILROADS Competition in the "West More "Keen .4 Than Before, While the Clip , J Will Be Lighter. I M 1 "Competition will be extremely Keen tr .1 ', for the wool freight business tills year." P'ty i Is the opinion of most of the freight tjj& agents In Salt Lako This Is the only ! ; business that the Eastern roads make i :i special effort for out hero, and there Sk 1 will be much hard talking done to get jfm ' the results. Owing to a falling off in tjffl ', , business conditions In the East, and the jfi partial failure of crops In the middle fcw ? 1 West, the local ofllces of the roads PS that havf no terminals here have ad- leM vices that their territory In expected to Gfl show greater returns than it has In the '. past. B , It is generally immaterial to the job- bor In Utah whether his stuff goes or ; comes by the Burlington, the Rock Is- land, or any of the other lines running out ...

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

I ' The BaufIjASM Trxbuke-, Fkeday MoigmsrG-s April 8, 1904. ' ff Issued everj morning by Salt take Trib une Publishing Company PERRY S. HEATH, Publisher and General Man ager. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". Bally and Sunday Tribune, one- weekS .25 Dally and Sunday, one month 1.00 Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 Dally and Sunday, three month9 3.00 Dally and Sundav, one y"fir 32.09 Sunday Tribune, one year 2,00 Sunday Tribune, six months 1.00 Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year l.M All remittances and busIncsB letters should bo addressed to TRTUUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt I.i ko City. Utah. S. C. Beckwlth. Spoclal Accncy, Solo Eastern Advortlslnc Atrent. Eastorn of fice. 43-44 15 17-4S-I9 Tribune Building, New York, Western ofllce, C10-512 Trlb unc Building. Chicago, t No communication In relation to publi cation In or business for The Tribune Bhould bo addressed to any Individual or officer of this corporation. Matter relat ing to publication should be addressed to tho Editor of The Tribune an...

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

'1HE SAKP EsASOS TBIBtnm- isrOAT MOKXEsGi APRIL 8. 1904, ( oil H MP OF ST. LOUIS FREE TO VISITORS H Will Recall Far-Reaching Import- Hlj mice of President Jefferson's Deal VHI With tho Great Napoleon. IBl i M H I Special to The Tribune. ITTn TASI1INGTON. April 7.-One of thi- most appropriate exhibits to ff to be made by the United States Geplogleui Survey at the Lou isiana Purchase exposition this summer will be -n topographic map of the city of St. Louis and its environ. Copies of this map, which l;i mainly a lCftilt of surveys made by Mr. Charles K f'ooke, .topographer, will be dis tributed gratuitously to exposition visi tors as a memento of the survey's work in one 'of' Its most characteristic form?. The visitor who studies this map and reflects on the significance of thc exporltlon 'itself may well mnrvel at what a hundred years have brought , IH forth. AVhen President Jefferson pur- Hl t hawed the Louisiana Territory from iM France in 1S0C for 51.r..000.000. the tran- j tactio...

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

H 6 THE JiulKB TKIBTTOJ: FRIDAY M0KXIINT& APRIL 8, 1901-. ' tI (News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace aid of Ml. U. S. ROASTERS START IN JOLT Active Reduction of Lead Ores to Fol low, With Company in the Open Market Unless something of terrillc obsti nacy contravenes, the roasting1 plant to be operated in connection with the United States Mining company's lead blast furnaces will go Into commission on lead ores in July, the management to bo in the open market for that class of material in June, said Mr. Holden yesterday. To this end the contract ors have obligated themselves to have the main stack, which will tower 250 lect above the site, completed by June 1st, while the big engines, under the agreement, are to be shipped May IGlh. "While bad weather has retarded con struction on the foundations, said Mv. Fischer, the company's mechanical en gineer and superintendent of construc tion, his forces are again at work, and, with the management, he sees how the roasters will be ready...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 April 1904

THE SALTliAKB FRIDAY MOITSTGr, -APBIX 8, 1904. - 7 I tDay With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. J WALL STREET ON THE JUIET AGAIN Inactivity Again Marks Work of j Speculators in Great Gotham ' Mart. NEW YORK, April 7. There were signs of stalene?s In the market's upward move ment today, and tlio action of prices bc camo decidedly Irregular during the day. This might have been cvon more marked had it not been for the strong sustaining Influence of the persistent upward move ment in United States Steel preferred and I the enormous absorption of the second mortgage bonds, which mado the bnck bono of the whole market. The auxiliary polnta of strength woro few and were not among the stocks of first importance. Tho most Important stooks were In clined to hang back and showed tho ef fects of realizing on their' recent advance. In splto of Nome items of news that might have helped their advance. Among theso wero good statements of February net earnings by all the railroads in the ...

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

H 8' THE SAIF ItAKS TRTBUOTJi FK1DAiT01i5TlS'G-3 APEIL 8, 1904, A lH I Baseball 1 H -1 fiorse Racing I 11 1 Ring flashes I TRACK OWNERS WILL SETTLE WITH RIDERS Men "Who Rode in Six-Day Raco Agrco'to Compromise foi' 40 Per Cent of Their Claims. Seven of tho blcyclo riders who partici patcd in tin; six-day race at the nauccr track last summer met last evening at tho Salt Palnce and asreed to settlo with the management of the trnck nt the rnte ol -10 cents on the dollar. The settlement was proposed some days ago by Frederick Ueuth. tho track owner, who is anxious lo square himself with the riders, in or ilcr that the blacklist may bo raised. Tho riders met Inst evening with Heath to coiiclder the matter, and after soma dls cusslon decided to accept the offer. The riders who woro .present at tho meeting Inst night were Snmuolson. W'll llama, Loylnnd. Ivor and Carl Redman, Starbuek and Hongrcn. These men rep resent tho entire indebtedness on the six day race, with the oxccptlon of tho am...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 April 1904

I rl I tTmotiods of living,' notanromii this rfectlymlkir 9H. Those dreadful hot flashes, sending the blood surging to the heartfuntil it seems ready to burst, and the faint feeling that follows, somotirae with chills, as if the heart V tWJSSjlBKM lfl 9 811113 were going to stop forever, are only a few of the symptoms of dangerous nervous trouble. The nonres are crying oiufor assistance. The cry should bo heeded in time. I JrMMMWM3SSSSm 11 H Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was prepared to meet the neeo ym j Lydi'aE.Pinktiaffl's Vegetable Compound mm I lilli "I feel it my duty to write you about tlio wonderful cure your medicine has " My trouble was change of life and cramping. No human tongue can describe what I auf- jf fl C iil Wjtfi brought about. fcred "with the cramp. I dreaded from one time to another bo much that I almost wanted JW ? ' ' il " I suffered for years with change of life, I would have fainting spells, cither to,d'c , ,,, v t i tt t v i vfflsSS jF?s '&m4 id...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 April 1904

1U fH33 grArSST TRITONS FRIDAY MORSES, -APRIL ' S, 1904 - - r jij f FIND IT MERE R TELL THE PEOPLE WRHT Y0 WHMT IN HM HO THIS uJm i APS" CASH RATES IOc per lino first Insertion. 5c per line each, subsequent i insertion. No ad. to occupy lees space than two lines. Tour "want ad." will ho ac cepted and 'phoned to Tho Salt Lake Tribuno office at regular rates by tho following- agents: BRANCH OFFICES Godbe-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 Wc?t and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, 511 West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third East. W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su gar House. I FUNERAL NOTICE. BALDWIN The funeral services over the remains of tho late Mrs. Martha Bald win, relict of the late James K. Baldwin, will be held at the loth ward meeting house, corner of Flr3t South and Sth West, at 2 v. m. tod...

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