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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 April 1904

The'Saot TlATTfc TltJSTE: Friday Mor xl ; I jf PSYCHICS. t ondon. England. Teacher bpIrKul Sel it tfic and Unfoldment. Kb Mwn st. $ jfoom 1C. Lecture Sunday Sp n, Kbxido IV tl'o hall, State st. Reserved 3ta ou attlfl ( nt "The ICenyon." ...Vfe j ACCORDION PL-EATING. SUNBURST AND ACCORDION pleating. Mrs. Jennern. 47 E. 1st So. mV2 SAFES. NEW OR 2ND-1IAND, CASH, TRADE y or terms Sorcneon-Stoutt Co.. 2 E. 2nd S. CASH REGISTERS. NATIONAL. CASH REGISTERS. OS oar Grosholl, 3ftle3 Rccnt, No. 221 Main at. Expert cash reenter repairing. Second hand registers always In slock. nloSO NEW OR 2ND-HAND, CASH. TRADE or tortus. Sorrenson-Stoutt Co,, IS E. 2d So. I COLLECTIONS. JOHN J. WALLACE & CO., D. F. Walker bldg., Salt Lake, collect dobts, any part of U. S. and Canada; prompt atten tion; reference, "Walker Bros.' bank. I "ALL DEBTS BOUGHT AND COL Icctcd. C03 Aucrbach bide. tl I I -f- "WEATHER RECORD. f 4- Salt Lake City and vicinity: Fair and w armcr. 1'tRhr Fair; warmer Friday. Arizona Fai...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 April 1904

,!''''BBH5? ! I! L TnESXT iL AKE TTl? IBTOns : FRIDAY MOB2HNG-. APHIL 8, 1904. fl 1 7 " l.i POSTMASTERS OF UTAH ORGANIZE FOR THE GOOD OF THE SERVICE IJAS, CLOVE OF PROVO CHOSEN THE FIRST PRESIDENT, Officials From AH Parts of the State Attend the Convention i I Delegates Are Welcomed to the Capital by Gov ernor Wells. Bund Free Delivery One- of the Suh-j-cts to Receive Special Attention. I I Postmasters representing" nearly one hundred Utah towns met In 'the city nnd county building- In this city yes terday and organized the Utah Post masters' association, In ihe member ship of which It Is hoped ultimately lo Include every postmaster In the Stale. After effecting the organization and discussing- several questions looking to the improvement of the postal service, the meeting- adjourned late yesterday afternoon with the understanding that the first annual convention of the as sociation should be held in Provo in July of this year, the exact date to be ilxed by the president. Officers o...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 April 1904

H ' 't . . . . T-TW .j 'mj A LA , . ' TO SAIL THROUGH THE AIR. fejOkS Hi H Z5 f - V V ' V WASHINGTON. April S.-Frof. fT H L I jL 1 A S A A, J I A. AtMAbAm DOOMSDAY STAYED. 1 Alexander Graham Bell lias decided j'fM ffl .At. nri& H ll 1 VW fSlXlk iff EJ 'lKT'lB HlW lB IDrill li KAAS CITY, April S.-Jamos -f to five n yublic exhibition of his MM MW TH lB II II . IH H i& ffl tl id M IH 9 II I Mr Erown' Vi'ho waa t0 hfm becn ' D 4; tclrahendran kilo or living- ma- A HI x 5?Sk1 4P III JP (flP 19 l?V It Ilk W vfl lllllll II ly hnnpcd In Ulln clty for lhe murder -f MWS: -4- chine, constructed under his dl- ?A JJP J I if y tT (II 1 I I KM . 1L ly L ySLL- HL 19 Jg Wfc of his stepdaughter, has becn grant- -f , H A-t rectlon In Cape Breton Islands f M JSfc' Lw'lw WWTW ASHsrS nF S rW -f d a, respite until May 6th. Brown -4- BH 1 more than n year ago. fSS JB fS C I is a Hawaiian. BBB : - V - WEATHER TODAY Pair and warmer. jBBB H Yo:l. XT-.VI. No. 359. Salt !Lake City, Utah, Satutcday Moigs...

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

2 ' The SaiIake Tribthste: Satihrdat Motusttg, Apic 9, 1904. : H ' jthnt fact wns commented on very gen- H Mayor Glnsmcinn Takes Charge. H When Chairman Anderson concluded H his speech he turned the convention H over to Mavor "William Glusmann 6 1 ."Offden, who had been selected as tcm- H porary chairman. Mayor Glasmann was H nthu3iastically welcomed, and lmme- H 1 1 lately launched out in a rattling good H speech, which was interrupted by fre- H iiuent applause. M The Mavor's address was a rosy re- H view of the work of the Republican H party, and contained many complimen- H Krv allusions to the public record oC Theodore Roosevelt. These, were re H tVlved with such enthusiasm as to In- 1 iMcnte the esteem held by Utah Re- H publicans for the President. H "When, in the close of his speech, H Mayor Glasmann referred to some of she things in local politics that had led to rivalry and some bitterness, the H -onventlon was expressive In ita In- H dorscment. He said: .i'l have almost fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 April 1904

I T:ms SAip LAKE' Tr 3 I k I Happenings of a Day In UtahJ Iooden j j TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, I DAVIDSON WINS IN COLUMBIA CLUB CASE Special to Tlio Tribune. OGDEN", April S. Judge Hart yesterday afternoon decided tho caso of Davidson vs. Munsey, commonly known as the Columbia club clnr case. The decision la for the second time against the defendant. Permanent Injunction was secured about two years ago prohibiting- Munsey from Infringing on the brand "Columbia Club." Later Munsey was cited to appear on an alleged violation of tho Injunction, and was convicted, but appealed, and the judgment sot aside on the ground that tho hoarlnc was had on a lng.il holiday. The now trial results in another verdict or tho plaintiff. Tho case of Reed vs. Smytho Is now on trial The action is brought to partition certain real estate The following probate orders' wcro en tered: Estate of William Haller: letters of ad ministration granted to J. M. Horne. Estato of Anna M. Hanson; decrco of distribution ord...

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

4 TH33 TEIBTOTEc SATURDAY MOENMG-, APRIL 9, 1904, ' ' rrrrH ' ' fl Issued every morning by Salt I' Trib une Publishing Company PERRY . HEATH, Publisher and General Man - ager. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". !Dally nnrt Sunday Tribune, ono woek$ .23 1b!Ij and Sunday, one month 1.00 Dally and Sunday, two months...... 2.00 Dally and Sunday, three months "00 JJplly and Sunday, ono year 12 CO Sunday Tribune. on year j.W Simdnv Tribune, six months 1.00 Boml-Weekly Tribune, ono year 1.C0 All romlttnr.ccs and business letters should bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Salt Lake City. Utah. S C. Berkwllh Special Acncy. Solo TCastorn Advertising Asrpnt. EnFtirn of fice. 43-41-S5-J7-4S-49 THbune Building". .New Tork "WVitorn office, 510-512 Trib une Building. Chlcaso. No communication In relation to nubll 'catlon In or business for The Tribune Khould bo nddrcKPcd to any Individual or officer of this corporation. Matter relat liN" to publication should bo addressed to tho Editor of The Tribune...

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

H1L " - ' --- t I v SHOGKLEY JURY IS NOW COMPLETE LWj Court Heady to Take TJp tlio Trial of the Young Han Charged With Double Murder. H -f 4 -f George D. Nebckcr, Granger. -f- Walter L. Price, Salt Lalte City. S. W. Anderson, Salt LaXe -f A City. Hf Frank C. Howe, Murray. John H. Bowden, Taylorsvlllc. rt- (H J. J. H. Latimer, Mill Creek, mmm Thomas Hnskford, Union. HA c. L. Ilaniiamun, Salt Lake City. " -- "VV. C. Bowring. Salt Lake City. -Hi -- TV. T. Knapton, Salt Lake' City. , -4- Louis 'Andruf, Draper. Hfl 4- Thomas W. Green, Salt Lake ttfl City. I Those are the twelve men who will hear and weigh the evidence in the case of the State against James M. Shocklcy, who on the night of Janu ary 6th last, shot and killed tho two street car men, Amassa L. Gleason and Thomas K. Brighton. The twelfth man' of the jury was secured yesterday afternoon shortly before 3 o'clock, but the Introduction of evidence will not commence until 10 o'clock Monday morning. Owing to Indisposition on the pa...

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

6 The Salt IjAK Tribijote: Saturday MOKNiare, apkel y, 190-4. -rz q ; 1 H News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Hill. I CYANIDE PLANT FOR THE LA SALS Interstate Company Now Preparing to Build Placers on the Grand River. For the first cyanide plant with which the gold-bearing ores in the La Sal region are to be made to re linquish their contents, material is now being- piled up on the properties oC the Interstate Mining and Milling: company, twenty miles southeast of Moab, said J. IT. Clark, the general superintend-' ent, who was In town during the day, and that he will be producing auro cyanldes within the next four months he has no doubt. For three years his company, supported by Iowa and Ohio Investors, has been working to this achievement. During that period it has opened up 3500 foet of earth which affords an average of $7.50 gold per ton. although in the mass occurs not a lit tle of a quality that has proved quite sensational. Repeated trials have dem onstrated that the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 April 1904

' The Sauf JLake Tiubotte: Saturday Mohotg, April 9, 1904. 7 I I I, Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. I ANOTHER OFF DAY ON WALL STREET Dealings Under tho Average in MM p Volume, and Little Activ ity Shown. WWt NEW YORK, April S. Today's stock HH market was similar In character to that of yesterday, with fair spots of aggressive strength and with a pressure to sell at high points for realizing of profits. Dealings did not reach the recent avcr rgc volume, and the strong stocks wcro HH rather less effective In sustaining the fl market against the realizing at other 91 pcints. Today's conspicuous advances I were In Atchison, Amalgamated Copper and Brooklyn Transit. Tho movement in Atchison has been foreshadowed for sev eral days, during which points have been published on Atchison's strong position of Independence in the transcontinental field and the necessity of consulting It In order to maintain any harmony of action Jn that field. The recent great advance in Unio...

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

H 8 THE SALT IjAKE XimSTJNE: SATURDAY MORsTG-, APRIL 9, UH)4. 1 ; pF I fiorses 1 gl Baseball lsg&, Boxing I: AGRICULTURAL PARK TRACK TO BE LEASED Stato Pair Directors Decide to Let Hal Brown Pull Off Race Meets This Summer. At a meeting of tho State fair directors last evening It whs practically decided to trraait Hnl Brown a lcano on tho Aerlcul 1 tural park raco track for tho ensuing soa- son. No contracts wero signed laal cvon lnc:, but the lonpea will In all probability bo approved today. Tljln moans xhat thero will bo hnrncMS raclofT at tho Exposition grounds during the summer and fall sonson. Hal Brown, who has been successful in soeurlns a lease on the property, la ono of the best known horsemen In the city, and with Brown at tho head of tho affair, tho pub lic la sure to eoo .some good sport. Urown ; lins had plenty of experience In tho rac ing: g;uno, havinp promoted mcet3 at Calder'a park and the fair grounds In other year:. Not for many years ha tho outlook been so br...

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

I DRIVEN INTO NICHES Ufa AND COT DOWN jjH Graphic Story o Ono of tho Recent Battles Between Germans and Serreros. BERLIN'. April S. The Southwest Hj Africa correspondent of the Cologne Gazette, Dr. Moellcnhof, has sent his Hl p, paper a letter describing: the relief of Hl Omarura, February 4th, from which It appears that both sldea fought with WBa desperate courage. When the garrison of Omarura hoard the tiring of tho ar tlllery of the relief corps twenty-five of the beleaguered force made a sortie against the enemy, who held a natural Hl fortification consisting- of a line of cliff- IH like projecting rocks. I "The Hereros attacked in front and rear," says Dr. Iloellenhof, "hold their ground with marvelous tenacity. "When the German rushed them many of the Hereros crept into the crevices of the rocks, where they were bayo netted. Lieut Von Koellewarth re ceived a mortal wound from a Herero twenty paces distant, and a German cavalryman searching the rocks for wounded was killed at a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 April 1904

10 The Salt Laxe Tribute- Satukdai: Morsttg, Apbix. 9 1904. -. & I I FIND IT HERE R TELL THE PEOPLE WHAT YU WRHT IN RN HO N THIS PHGEf M W I I! , "WANT ADS" CASH RATES I0o per lino first insertion. 5c per line each subsequent Insertion. No ad. to occupy less space i than two lines. Your "want ad." will he ac 1 ceptod and 'phoned to The Salt Lako Tribune office nt Tegular rates by the following agents: BRANCH OFFICES Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. 101 Main Street. W. H. DAYTON" DRUG CO., Corner Second South and State, SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 602 South State. LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, 511 West Second South, j WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third ! East. W. R. HIARE DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su j gar House. I DIED. HARDY Al 015 East First South street, this city. April S, 1MI, of convulsions. Oscar R. M.. Infant son of Oscar R. and Laura M. Madscn Hardy, aged 4 days. Funeral private today at 11 a. ni. I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 April 1904

I 'Vrrv; BIZ TjAK TRIBTOJBf SATimDA-Y" MOKSTOj APKIL 9? 1904. H " I ICOLIiEOTIONS. J JOHN J. WALLACE & R"13- F' A Walker bldg.. Salt Lake, collect debts, any Vprt of U. S. and Canada, prompt atten '"tIon; rcforanco, Walker Bros, bank. ALL DEBTS BOUQHT AND COL lccted. 60S Auorbach bide. tl ONCE I HAD A HUSBAND Little ulx-year-old maidens will tell you nil about It at the concert for the BEN EFIT OF MRS. CHARLES A. SMITH. Bait Lake Theater, Monday evening:, April 11th. I J. W. CUBEJE, I I A3SAYER, I 73 W. 3rd South. Salt Lake City. I MARRIAGE LICENSES. Alfred Haynes, Salt Lake City 22 Sarah McKean, Salt Lako City IS Gcorgo Hennen. Elko, Nov 2S May Foley, Carson, Nov -'3 William M" Stephens. Rcxburg. Ida. ...21 Emily Zollinger, Rexburg. Ida 22 Ralph E. Clawnrd, Burrvllle 21 Verglnia SUker, Aunabella.. a BURIAL PERMITS. Nndn, M., aged 26, St. Mark's hospital, April -J.i I AT HOME ONCE MORE, In our new warerooms at 51 and 53 South Main street. Our ljno of pianos and organs is second ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 April 1904

I 12 THE SALT LAKE TBTBU3TE! SATURDAY MOKsXNG, APRTL 9, 1904. , j I WORK BEGINS ON UTAH'S BIG IRRIGATION SCHEME GOVERNMENT ENGINEER HAS ORDERS TO PROCEED, HI Men Already in Field to Sur H vey Ground and flflake H Estimates. Arid Land Commission Formu H) Sating Plan to Organize the Water Users. Trc-ject WilL Add $30,000,000 to 350,000,000 to Value of Lands 1 in Three Valleys. I I Mali's greatest irrigation scheme, con ceived nnd brought to the attention of the Government reclamation service in Washington by the- Utah Arid Land commission, is already under way. E. W. Ross, , supervising- engineer of the district comprising "Utah and Idaho, vho was in the city yesterday, informed members of the commission that he had received orders from "Washington to inaugurate the preliminary work in connection with the great project, and that engineers were being assigned to the various sections of the proposed work. Some of these have been sent to ' the sources of the water supply to take measurem...

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

mw - -T! JHHIIIIIIH fefcPlltf 14 tffTfy Z5 Sp '" f 44f4 M t H H H t 1 L PAGES $ CrST I . . L X I eL Jl ' v I A- V-liT rtf4 J Part I--AUtAe News. $ PArFSnE J -kf 1JV - VriJV WfW ?SS Part IV-Sociaty. t B VmH-t-HWl V C WEATHER TODAY Fair. ' "I IWHWhI ' H Vot,. XJ.Vl. No, 360. Salt Lakb City, Utah, Stotday Mokiccn-g. ApeUj 10, 1904. 36 PHGES;fi?e Cents ! I I DEMOCRATS FLOCKING TO JUDGE PARKER'S STANDARD. David Bennett Hiii Busy Keeping Inquirers In formed of Situation. West and South Jnslst That New York Shall Send In structed Delegation, Cleveland's Interview Has Strength ened Determination of Conserva-' tlves to Go in and "Win. Special to Tho Tribune. A LBANY, N. Y., April 9. Political Al Interest now centers, in the Jaw office in this city of David Ben nett H1U, former Governor of New York and former United States A3 the shrewdest Democratic poli tician In Now York and the political Bponsor of Judge Alton Brooks Par ker, Mr. Hill occupies a very conspic uous position. Friends of Judg...

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

2 EtoD TRIBIINE'j SlIKDAY MORISraTG-, APRIL 10, 1904. -jSff H I' - CHRIST HAS ARISEN ? AND ALL RUSSIA I REJOICES, Spectacular Scenes Attend Gnat Religious Ceremony in St. Petersburg. r-. Czar Descends From Throne and Democracy Reigns Supreme. Priceless Ikons Taken From Their Sacred Resting1 Places That tho People May See Them. T. PETERSBURG, April 10. The W Russian church and the Russian 3 people at midnight last night cel ebrated the Tessurroctlon of tho Savior. For dramatic effect this Russian Easter service Is unrivaled. For this one night the spirit of genuine democ racy reigns In autocratic Russia, Upon the acclaiming of the arising of Christ the great White Czar salutes- with a kiss the sentry posted at tho palace door, and the highest dignitary and the 'owest mujlk exchange the joyful tid ings with equal freedom. In honor of the great religious festi val, Russia's capitol was adorned and illuminated. From every building hung the national colors, and in every win dow burned a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

.1 1 the SAXr iuatcti xbibtinbs sottday Moknxcntg, April 10, 190i. I UTAH DEMOCRATS , WILL MEET JUNE 8TH Hl tJf Local Party Leaders Hesitate Be tween Parker and Hearst Other Political News and Gossip. Utah Democrats tvlll wash their linen and settle their family differences at tho State convention to bo held In this city on June Slh. This was agreed on at a meet'nr; of. tlie State committee that was held in tho office of James IT. Moyle. In the Deserct hank bulldlnpr, Saturday fore noon. Chairman Frank Cannon of H Offden and a majority of tlie commlt- Hr teemen were present, nnd several mat- ters pertaining' to the campaign were taken up and disposed of. Hl It was decided that tho delegates to tho St. Louis convention Ik? selected at tho time mentioned, providing a nult able hall be secured The Interim will be employed beating the bushes nnd searching the highways for the prodl gal Democrats. All of tho members of Hf the committee agreed that enough rep- V resentatlves of the party ...

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

a . 3THS BAIT Zl5K33 TKEETOTB: StXT'lIomOr', iCSOTtfTOTrStJi. . - - - ' IL , I! SOUGHT LIFE OF i . COPPER MAGNATE , J. W. Goodman Arrested in New York for Threats Against His Benefactor. NEW YORK, April 3. James W. i 'Goodman, a machinist, was urrestcd 'here- today charged with making threats against the life of William C. Greene, president of the. Greene Consolidated Copper company. When Goodman was arraigned In Police court, Mr. Greene 'testified hat Goodman lay In wait out pfdfcJiife House today, and that Goodman tamo up to him and said; "You're the man I'm laying for. Now I'm going to kill yoiu' Mr. Greene said that Goodman rubbed agaJntft him and he felt a revolver In 'tho, man's pocket. Goodman followed him to his ofllce, ilr,, drecne added, and was there arj reafed. According to the police, two ro voivcr were found In Goodman's pock cts". President Greene made a. formal stnfUTent later In the day. The slatc xnfih't says In part: "Th'c man Goodman was a compara tive stranger t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

I" ONE DAY IN SENATE AND IN THE HOUSE Postoffice Bill Again Occupies Time of the Upper Branch of Congress. "WASHINGTON, April 0 In tho Sen otc today Mr. Spooncr replied to the Democratic strictures on tho conduct of the Postoffice department, and also traversed quite an extensive political field. Ho defended the course of the Postmaster-General in connection with the irregularities of his department, and charged that an effort on tho part of the Democratic Senators to secure a Congressional inquiry was in the in terest of party politics, lie also defended the President against the charge of violating the law which he said had been made by the Democrats, declaring that in nothing was the President so much dlstin cuished as in his determination to en force the law. No progress was mado on the postoffice bill. The conference report on the Indian appropriation hill -was partially read, but further consideration was post poned on the suggestion that the con ferees had Inserted provisions...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

B " 1 1 , 'jwi-- j. , f y The Saxt Hake TmBtnm Sunday MoiomrG-i April 10, 1904. . i;,L I Issued evcrv morning by Salt Lnlco Trlh uno Publishing Company PRRRT S. HEATH, rubllsher and General Man- ager. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, one- weekj . Dally and Sunday, one month Jw Dally and Sundav, two months 2.00 Dally and Sunday, three months 3.00 Dally and Sunday, one year 12.00 Sunday Tribune, one year 2.00 Sundav Tribune, six months 1.00 Sml-Wockly Tribune, one year L50 All remittances and business letters should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Salt Lake City. Utah. S. C. Beckwlth. Special Arency, Solo Eastern Advertlslnc Anrent. Eastern of fice. 43--i3-47-M9 Tribune Bulldlnff. New York. Western office, 510-512 Trib une Bulldlngr. Chicago. Jo communication In relation to publi cation In or business for The Trlhune should be addressed to any Individual or officer of this corporation, Malter relat ing to uubllcntlnn should bo addressed to the Editor of The...

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