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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 April 1904

The Salt Lake Tbtbtcttb: Saturday Mokkhstg, Apiux 161904. 5 H firTeENUOUs religion Wk OF CHICAGO PREACHER HI-.1 ;j Footpads Attempt to Hold Him Up, RJ f and Ho Swiped 'Em Good f J nnd Hard. CHICAGO April 15. Thcro was a vi . clous-looking 3S-calibcr automatic re nvoi ver in Rev. A. II. Kaylor's pocket as , 1 lie faced the audience at Forty-sixth j i street and Emerald avenue and told : them of the beauties of the strenuous , ' (religion. t , And Rev. Mr. Kaylor would have used ' . i t'he weapon, too, for lio had been at . tacked by two footpads during: the day, Jj and vhen one of the highwaymen fe ll covered consciousness he was lying- in ji I the middle of the street. And all that rC saved the second from a similar fate ," was the fact that he ran before the X clinched right hand of the minister 1 , caught him on the Jaw." "I believe in the strenuous religion," t, announced the minister, and the uuto ' ,) matlc bobbed up. . V f "The Lord said that If a man struck X you on one cheek...

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. — 16 April 1904

. j 6 , VJBOB SAIT lAJSE TRIBTOOS: SATOltDAY MokpnGfrG, APKLL 16, 1904. ..t LV I News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill. . . .... . , . I.-? PRESIDENT KNOX BACK IN TOWN I Helies on Early Disentanglement of If Majestic Affairs Feeling: Along Ij the Atlantic. I wiih the outloolc for an early ad I justment of Majcstlc's trials hourly I more assuring President Frank Knox I of the National Bank oC the Republic. 1 vho Js concerned to a ?25,000 extent in I the dlsentangelment of Us affairs, re I turned from the East on yesterday's I noon train and. as a creditor, will I watch negotiations from this end of. the I line. With exceptions that arc dlstlnct I ly Isolated, paid Mr. Knox. Mnjesllc in 1'icrests have expressed a willingness to 1 jnin with the Monarch Con., the latter P in Its proposltiqn obligating itself to 1 discharge the Indebtedness by which 1 the Mnjestlc has been overwhelmed and I to provide the means necessary to the I further development of Its resourced, to I iti...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 April 1904

If " " '- - . i n tMtotiMBB I ' 1 . The Salt Lake TRrBimm Saturday Mokeotg-. ajprij, 16, 1904:. ' H 1 Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. I If -- 9 I MODERATE TRADING 1 IN STOCK WABKET w 1 t:ear Accumulations f Ere Stock ill ' Made Impression Bank of Eng- f land Reduces Discount Bate. I NEW YORK, April 15. Today was an- I other day of languid speculation, "and tho I moderate operations by a small contln- I gent of professional traders, who -were not H bold enough to follow prices to any dis- Bjj lance from last night's, level. Outside of Hi i rofessional operations there was little Ir in Hie niarKUL so lur as couiu lk; ueivciuu. The most Conspicuous movement of tho I day was that in Erie and tho steady ac cumulation of that stock made some Im pression on the general list, resulting in a rally from the early decline. Tho buy ing of Erlo was unexplained, but tho ex istence of divided holdings In tho stock by the same opponents as those arrayed In the contest for the c...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 April 1904

8 The Salt tttr Trtbt3te: Haotuepay Mokn'jgn'g, Apktl 16, 1904, H II 1 1 H SPORTING NEWS baXll j I f TWENTY THOUSAND j SEE BELDAME WIN New York Racing Season Opens at Aqueduct Before Vast Throng of Spectators. NEW.YORIC. April 15. The Carter han dicap drew betweon 15,000 and 20,000 jcr eons to Aqueduct today when tho Metro politan racing season was opened. Ncw- ton Bennington's nil', Boldaioo, von tho handicap, and In dolntf so practically led I from start to llnlsh. Potor Paul, tho la j orltc, was second, driving, and Wotan, ' who enmc out of iho bunch In tho stretaJt, ms third. The time, 1:117. was within a iccond of the record for tho stake Tho track wan In tlrst-class condition, hut tho weather wus cold. Of the twenty-two arded to jro In the- handicap tlvo woro -cratched. Summary: First race, five furlongs, soiling: Sam Nicholas won, Shady Lad second, Julia iL t'.Mr.l. Time, 1:02. fecohd race, half mile Niblick won, ISIaudry second. Tommy "Wnddoll third. TMme, -19 -1-5 eccondB. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 April 1904

riri-1 B V The SaXiT Tjait-b tribtjke:cSatuth)a"5l' Mobster April 16, 1904. ' 9 t r HIGH WATERS TIES ti UP OREGON LINES I DRallway Traffic Seriously .Affected by Swollen Streams Pnssengers J l Laid Out. ffl PORTLAND, Or., April 15. High f . waters In the rivers of eastern Oregon TW- tho Blue mountains havo so se- l JbC rlouBly affected railroad trafflo on the A ft Huntington branch of the Oregon Rail s' ' ' way & Navigation road tbat no trains I j can be run over that division of the -"il road for several ' days. Bridges have l been washed out In several localities f ' and tracks built on soft earth have t ." .been so undermined and threatened as b 1 to render their use for railroad pur poses dangerous. . , t r Almost parallel conditions exist on the Southern Pacific system south of i Ashland, where landslides have bo cov " ered the tracks as to render traffic prohibitive. Hair a score of trains are detained on either side of the ob- structivc masses and nearly 1000 pas A y seng...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 April 1904

H 1 J TO THE TvATTPl TBTBUNEt SATUEDAT M'OKffTGS'G, APHIL 1(5, 184. 1L1 fF Y0 BN'T SEE WRRT YOU WHNT IN THESE COLUMNS. RSK FR IT. si 1 CASH RATES 10c per lino first insertion. Co per lino each' subsequent insertion. No ad. to occupy less space than two lines. Your "want nd." will he nc- J i cepted and 'phoned to Tho Salt 9 Lako Tribune offlco at regular rates by tbo following agents: j j BRANCH OFFICES Godbe-Pitt3 Drug Co. i 101 Main Street W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Second South and State. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 502 South State. I LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, ! 511 West Socond. South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third East. W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su gar House. f & DIED. i CONLON. In this city April 15, John Conlon, a natlvo or Michigan, aged w years. n Renvilns will be shipped by O'Donncll & L Co. to Detroit. Mich., for Interment. I IFRISBY. In tills city April 15, 1...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 April 1904

fe MEBCHA2TT TAILORS. SUITS TO ORDER, $15 UP. FIT GUAR- HT .v antecd. Sorenscn & Larson, 145 T7. 2nd Hraj South. kl3S2 KW INGRAVTNG SCHOOL. B V H AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN A 11 profltablo profession. For terms i and in: 1 i mi formation address Salt Lake Mght Schooi 1 ' I? of Engraving-. 654 South 2nd Wost. Paul I A Iv J Ouelettd, prof, and Instructor. Tele- pbonc 65. ""3 mil BICYCLES AND REPAIRING. THE LEADING "WHEELS ARE IVER BBT S. Johnson. Racyclo and National. League . cyclo Store. 32u So. W. Temple. tU06 T " NOTHING BUT PIERCE BICYCLES. I T r' J' Carter. 20 W 3rd So- con W Tem :! MOVING AND STORAGE. ifi KIMBALL'S TRANSFER VANS. MOV- 05J Inc. etornpo and com'c'l hauling. 39 W. CY 1st So. 21SS-X. U9W IJf REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO.. 91 I moving, packing and shipping. 'Phone 555. vl Qfflco 13? and 12S S. W. Tomple. hlftlS wjt CONTRACTORS. if UTAH SCREEN AND JOB SHOP r general contractors of all kinds o2 new or r repair work, stairs, store fronts, fixtures t. and buildings. R. 3....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 April 1904

H fHHHBBHHHHHHIHHBHHH(HBHHHHB ' iMI i-2 THE SALT loAJOU 'XimSTOTE: SATURDAY" OEnGG, APKLL 16, 190-1. frfl H j ; : : --t .v,'H PLANTED MANY YOUNG TREES 1 Arbor Day Generally Ob served in the City by Offi 1 cials and Schools. Beautiful Custom of Official Troe-Pltnting Followed on Capitol Hill. Groat Day's "Work Bone by Profos ;, sors and Students at the Unl- . verslty of Utah. 1 RBOR DAT was quite generally A observed In Salt Lake yesterday. Jj It was the eleventh celebration of tho day In this Stale, and tree planting ceremonies -were gono through with by tho State, officials and mem bers oC the universities. All public of fices, as well as the schools and bank ing houses, were closed. The mercan tile establishments, however, and other places of business did not, with but few exceptions, consider the occasion sufficiently Important to close their doors and grant their employees a hol iday. Tho school children were zeal ous In their observance of tho day, and ( it Is safe to say that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

j PART ONE t JJV P VT VlJlr M Mr I Part Ill-Society Notts j 1 44r4-hH 44-44-44 HHtt V , C V ' "WEATHER TODAY Showers. H M H M H M H M H H M t I , i voii. XJjVI. no. 367. Sait Lake City-, Utah, Sunday MorasrorGr, April 17, 1904, 36 phges.fivb obnts I (kifeSHOCKLEY JURY SAYS j MURDER IN FIRST ir j DEGREE. 5 r' i i . p Man Who Shot Gleason and 1 ':) Brighton Must Answer ) for His Crime. H f I ' Will Receive Sentenc From 1 1, Judge Worse, Monday, April I'M 25lh, at 10 O'clock. m ' ) flury Was Out Over Four Hours Be-. J fore .iu Agreement Was Reached, 1 at 4:50 in Afternoon. fVl JL-AMES M'PHERSON SHOCKLEY rv I must pay the death penalty for tlie I fj murder of Amassa L. Gloasonand Thomas R. Brighton, the two i-' street car men whom he shot on the ( night of January Cth, this year. The verdict returned by the " jury shortly ' after 5 o'clock last evening was guilty of j I murder In the first degree, as charged jn the Information upon which he was ; i ; tried. The time of his execution wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

x? The Baxf Tiatrrc TRiBtnNEi Sunday Momsnora ahril it, 1904. 1 JH -, Arthur and visit the army, permission 3 to do which was refused. IS TOGO SAYS HIS NAVY PLACED THE FATAL MINE J IT ASIIINGTON, April 1C The Ja il ml panese Legation tonight received I the following cable, dated Toklo, t April lCth: f "Admiral Togo reports that the eom- I bincd fleet, as previously planned, bc ! san, on April 11th, the eighth attack on Port Arthur. The fourth and uflh de stroyer flotillas and the fourteenth tor pedo flotilla and tho steamer Kcryo reached the mouth of Port Arthur at midnight o the 12th and effected the laying of mines at several points out- Islde the port, defying the enemy's searchlight. "The second destroyer flotilla discov ered at dawn on the 13th one Russian destroyer trying to enter the harbor and after ten minutes' attack sank her. An other Russian destroyer was discovered coming from the direction, of Llao Tfshan and was attacked, but she managed to flee Into the harbor. On ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

fH , - . . ,v-1 , , " -.ft reft M36-' apiox 17, 1904:.- -, r , ,'H i . f ANY l Ml Ullll llll II llM i. .Woman 3Tecd Suffor Year After 'fear -With Femalb Troubled 3.KR5 are a rrurltltiido of women, pecMHy housewives and all other entobllged to be on their feet con-. iUy, who are wrgtchcd beyond de Jo'n, simply because their strength Vitality Is flapped away -by catar-Hlscharg-eB. nina is such a specific for euch i that when patients have once used ey are permanently cured. It be to' relievo the disagreeable symp lat; once. Tho backache .ceases, the MlngvkneeH are strengthened, the rite' J a' restored, digestion ma3e cr7' the '.dull headache la Btopped, frecakenlng drains are gradually iWThese results certainly foUow a tftojfftreatment, w.ith'T?eruna. fllacous MTembrane Is totha In v5at the SkinvEs to 'the Out db'bf the Body, j mucous membrane -Oa .to. the Inside ; body what the skin Is td thcout " jf ,the body. It lines every organ, and cavity. Catarrhal inflamma attacklng one part I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

MBf , ? ' TgE SALTlAKE TBIBTHSGB: SXHSTDAY MORffXlSTGr. APKLL 17, 1904. ' HPPirffir supple HPuii was HHHpJlchareu from further liabll- H Theuccession tax was ordered paid and an order made for the sale of suf- Hj llclcnt property to pay the amount, HJ vhich will bcur Interest since the death H of Mr. 1 The money for the State for the suc- H cession or collateral Inheritance lax H will amount to about $150,000, with ln- H tcrcst at 7 per cent for eighteen months, H During tho proceedings Charles S 1 Neal testified that $130,000 had been H paid to Mrs. Nelson, the mother of Mrs. H The matter of tho cstato of "Mrs. M Carol I no D. Fair came up on the ques- H tion of Mrs. Jennie Harvey for the dis- H tribution of her share. Including Mrs. H Fair's jewelry and other personal bo- 1 longings. This partial distribution was Hl ordered and tho final distribution will H be mado later. The bulk of this estate B will eventually go to the sisters of H Charles Fair, the Nelson claim having H been ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

; The 8ait Iaxe Tribune! Sxjkdax Mokstjqsg, April 17, 1904. ., , .4.1 ;H 1 .4. Y. ' FUNERAL RITES Of REDSKIN SHROUDED 1 Perhaps the most Interesting rite now observed by the American Indians and the one that Is most zealously guarded ffrom the sacrilegious eyes of, the ''pale face," Is tho. burial of a redman of h)p;h rank. Very few persona have over witnessed th&ftuneral ceremonies over a departed 4)rave and although divers fictitious descriptions have been writ ten by enterprising journalists, but few persons have an Idea of what an Indian burial service Is like. Miller Attended Funeral. Financial Clerk D. S. Miller of the White Rock agency, who was in this city recently In charge of a detail of Indians, was present at an Indian fu neral recently as an Invited guest of David Copperfleld, one of the dignita ries of tho Ute band on the Uintah res ervation. Copperfleld and Miller have been very friendly ever since tho lat ter went to tho "White Rock agency and as a mark of respec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

B(L SU3TDAT MOIOmsG-s APRIL IT, 1904. H Issuod every morning by Salt Trlb-. 1 lino Publishing Company. PERRi H HEA.TH. PublL3h.or and General JSian- Hl npvr. Hflf TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. H Dully and Sunday Tribune, ono week. .25 H Dally and Sunday, one month J.w H Dally and Sunday, two monthn ...... z.w B Dally and Sunday, throo months a.w 1 Dally and Sunday, ono year i-.tJ H Sunday Tribune, ono year H Sunday Tribune. bIx months i-jw H Semi-Weekly Trlbuno, ono year l-w H All remlttancen and business lettcra H rhould be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLTSHlNb COMPANY, j Salt Lake City, Utah. H S. C Bcckwlth. Special Agency, Solo Eastern Advertising Atront. Eaatorn of- H flee, 43-H-I5-47-4M9 Tribune Butldlng. H New York. "Western office, E10-512 Trlb- H uno Bulldlnc, Chicago. H No communication In rolatlon to publl- 1 cation In or business for The Trlbuno 1 should be addressed to nny Individual or 1 ofilcer of this corporation. Matter relat- H Inp to publication should bo addrcssoa to 1 the Ed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

J : . Teds Saxt XlAJGs tribijje; Sunday Mornin-g, April 17. 1904. 7 H MEADY TO LAY W CORNER-STONE "wLActlve preparations are being mailc yBpc tho laying of the corner-stone of m0 now T. M. C. A. building, at the I lornor of State and First South streets, I jyhlch Is to occur nt 7 p. m. Sunday, .1 :May 1st. Immediately following the 3 laying of the corner-stone the anniver sary services of the local association's fourteenth birthday will be held. Rev. Elmer T. Goshen will deliver the an niversary address. The public Is most cordially Invited to attend both of these Bervlces. Although the canvass for funds for the completion of tho build ing without debt Is now under way, It Is the policy of tho management of tho association to ask no funds at these ' meetings. I During the week the masonry con tractors on the new building have been busy with the brownslone work which faces the basement walls to the first Btory. The steel for tho first story Is also" on the ground, and everything 13 I...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

)g: m THE flATP TRTBOTOS: BUND AT JiXOmsUsG, 17, 1904. H J ClK Unseen CUonmn j H I BY E. G. BUE-GISS. I -Halfway up the valley roso the Trap pi Jt Monastery of Mahota, Although the first snows of winter had just fallen, the Ottawa river was not yet frozen. In sp'lte of the perpetual rilence of the Brethren, In the outbuildings of the , monastery there were sign of active , preparations for the comlnsr cold. The cattle had been called up from distant fields, and the lay brother who usually spent, the late summer and autumn peel ing potatoes in the open air at the back of the monastery now sought shelter by tho kitchen stove from the keen cold of coming winter. On the hills surround mr the monastery serried rows of ma ples stood lcafleaa and rigid, the dull green of occasional pines showing sonj berly against the leaden sky. Habi tants, bringing milk to the cheese fac tory, shook their heads knowingly as they prophesied the rapidly approaching snowfall a blanket of white which would s...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

jjfc- PRETTY OLGA LANSDORF HAS FUN WITH AN 1 f ATTORNEY, sf, jgf I He Promised to Let Her I Marry Him, and Then j ' He Turkeyed. I' J. Now She Has Him on the Grld- gj I Iron, and Hor Lawyers ' I Read His Letters. Elf While She Tilts Her Lavender Hat nt the Jury and Jollifies 9Bj h tho Court. WWuk mjEWARK, April 16, Olga LansdorC ' tfil IVI is a gay young' actress; that l?, she looks young, and her particu lar type of stage beauty so over came Franklin W. Olds for a time that ho told her all sorts of love stories, Wroto her poetical olTuslons and per mitted hor to be persuaded that he In tended to marry her. Olds Is a retired Newark lawyer. He Is at least double Olga's age. After a long and exciting friendship, during which time Olga. ex tracted many endearing letters and not a email fortuno from him, Olds married another girl and his actress sweetheart 1 : has him on tho gridiron for breach of t promise. ' I Tho hearing In the Federal court .was : a bit tamo at'Jlrst, but it warmed ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

- 10 THE SALT liAXE TRrBOTTE: SUNDAY MOImsTG, APRIL 17. 1904. I IRON IAN THE MEM COLOSSUS I Weighs 100,000 Pounds find Is Fif ty- j Jsix Feet High. In Hia r Now Stockings. Special to Tho Tribune. L BY JOHN C. SMALL, h ST. LOUIS, Mo., April 1C While this I city offers hptel accommodation in abundance there Is one visitor now on h his way to the World's Fair who will be ' unable to find a place anywhere In the exposition city where he can lay his , head. Thin stranger who Is destined to I stand upon his feet from the tlmo the fair opens until It la cloned Is Mr. Vul- j can of Birmingham, Ala., who tips tho ' scalo at 100,000 pounds and stands ilf ty- six feet high In his new stockings. Sleeping cars were not made with berths for Brobdlgnaglans and Vulcan had to suffer several very serious sur gical operations before his ponderous frame could be put aboard the cars for the trip to St. Louis. With hla 15.000 pound head occupying one car near tho engine and his feet, each six feet long, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

H The RatpTjattw TBXbtjnis! subgday imoknxhtg-. April 17, 1904. lx WLITA ARMOUR GOES f TO VIENNA TO SEE I DR. LORENZ. ; : jsails With Her Partnts on Kaiser Wilhelm From i New York. 1 Mother Expects Famous Blood j ! !ss Surgeon to Remove 'I Slight Limp. 3 ilittle Girl Will Tako Exorciso to 7 jJ Remedy an. Impediment in K Her Wallc H ;l .Special to Tho TTtbunc. I rmTEW YORK, April 76; Lollta Ar- j jU mour, heiress to .$25,000,000, one of 3 ill 1 the r,chest cWlcn in the United Pi n state3 thQ Chicago "Incubator jjr j baby" "whose cure of congenital dlsloca jpW tlon of tho hip gave twidc8prcad pub- " licit y to the "bloodless surgery" of Dr. iWdolph Ix)renz of Austria, spent sev f&ral days at the Waldorf-Astoria this J vjveek. ' jfMr. and Mrs. J. Ogden Armour ai)d , their little daughter sailed last Tuesday 0r': or the big liner Kaiser "Wilhelm II. for at Bremen. This is the first time the child tol Jiaa been so fax from home. She goes to visit Dr. Liorenz In "Vienna. j jj Loita Ar...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

ffiPJfjyyll l 13 ' fHE SALT LAKE TBIBTOSI!: STOTPAY MOBKlffg- APBIL IT. 1904:. . jf I UTAH LANDS TREATED BY BUREAUJDF SOILS JPoat at Tort Grant Will Be Retained Army Orders and Postal Notes. BY A. 3. PHILIPS. 1 Tribune Bureau, National Hotel, WASHINGTON, D. C April 1C. ) The bureau of soils 1ms prepared a circular -which la Intended for dlstrlbu H, tlon at the "World's fair, St. Louis- It contains a condensed account of the Hl work of the bureau, with particular at- .tentlon to Its practical side. Some in H'i terestlng figures aro given. At the Hi closo of the calendar year 1903, which H' ended a period of thrco and one-half Hl years, the bureau had mapped out Hj 60,412 equare miles, or SS.C63.CS0 acres. Reclamation of alkali land Is elabo Hi rated upon, the experiment near Salt Lako City being cited, and the stato mcnt made that land values in the !m medJato vicinity of the City of tho Saints alone will be Increased over 53, 000,000 as a reault of the bureau's suc 1 ccssful demonst...

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