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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB &VBpj The SawIjlAK Triexxnei: "Sunday Moemng, April 22, 1904, $ . L, 'l J : - I CURRENT PUBLICATIONS j I! A STUDY IN" ECONOMICS. 1 1 tTho Social Unrest: Studies In Labor and fj Socialist Movements. By John Graham ft -i Brooks. The. Macmlllan Company, pub- '5 Ushers. Now York. 18 t Hero Is a volume both candid, stralght V !. forward, and able. It pfocs Into the dis- $ cusslons with a determination to get things 1 right, to find tho real facts. The author i ' shows that lecturers, on economics nnd so 5 I cial affairs do not givo their real opln i ions; that business men, operatives, man 1 t ngcrs, reservo their true convictions for 1 heart-to-heart talks, and have for dress I ' parade or publication the cut-and-dricd j expected views; that labor leaders conceal 1 4 likewise their actual views, expressing only W i the ordinary opinions that are current f with their class or followlngs. This cur S V rent Insincerity Is a wonderful hindrance 1 to g...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

H Hl' Ht iq. Tub Sait Lake Tkcbtoo!: Sunday Morning, April 17. 1904. , u B Actors I 'J0$m3r m-M before ffie m r9SSSSm . : : : ; 'Mm- I ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK. Salt Lake Theater "The Telephone Girl," Tuesday night and Wednesday afternoon and night. Grand Theater "A Lton'B Heart, firet half of week, and "Kidnaped" last half, i At the Salt Lake Theater this wool; the forms of entertainment will bo truly varied. Tho opening performance will "be a boxing match tomorrow night, and lovers of that kind of amusement trust that those taking part will not be bad Tuesday night "The Telephone Girl" comes to the Theater for three ' performances, Including a matlnoe on "Wednesday. "The Telephone Girl" has J made many laugh here on Its former IB visits, ana win amuse again. It is In two acts, and Gustave Ker I1 kcr's tuneful melodies pervade thorn. I The book, by Hugh Morton, who In col I laboratlon with Mr. ICerker, Is respon I lblc for "The Lady Slavey," "la Gay 1 1 New York." "The Belle of New Yo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

t; the Salt Lake Tribuke; Sunday Moimiya April rr, 1904. n iMDSIC AT HOME AND ABROAD j IS Some very lino music has greeted the -ears of Salt Lake's music-lovlns public during tho week Just past. First there ' was the recital by Mr. Shepherd at the Theater on Tuesday evening, when the ; 'gifted young musician added new hon ; ors to those already won for himself as a pianist and compoBer. Ho was ably assisted by Mr. "Welhe, than whom .there is no more talented violinist in f all the West, nor one who holds a B ! warmer place in the hearts of the peo- pie. On Thursday the Tabernacle organ ! recitals were resumed for tho season, J, . much to the delight of hundreds of Salt ! Lakers who have come to appreciate ''i-dese recitals at their true worth and i who are numbered among the regular ! attendants. This year the recitals are to be Riven three times a week, Tues 1'fdays, Thursday and Saturdays, at 5:10 ; o'clock. All tho time will bo taken up ; iwith organ selections, and as Mr. Mo- I ...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

12 the Baxp XtAKB TBmxnms stotoay jVCoeotn-g. axtjz, it, 1904. if; i I Persons Willing to Part With Their Anatomy If the Cash Is in Sight It '. night fi'ccuucnt arc the recent manl- fostatlons ol. how badly they "need the I money" in jKow York, the women as jl well as the men. A little while ago a New york. surgeon udvertised that he I wanted an ecu- a woll-ahaped male ' i oar price 530(X. Ho didn't need the ear v'( J'or himself, hci( stated Sn his advertlse J ment, but for a.( patient, a "Western mi ning man who irras shy an ear. There was a story at tfte time that the West- em mmlng man Wd become separated from his ear bccAuso he .had ,welched on a poker debt, She gentleman .upon j whom he welched Slaving" removed the hearing appliance with a bowic knife, but It vr. perfectly true that the man ( from the West ncedttd another car, and that ho had delegated the New York surgeon to obtain it for him. The car was obtained with the most grotesque ease. Male persons not only willing, bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 April 1904

(553-4- -f.-f. 4-4.4-4.4.4. 4- 4. -f - JW f Sr v 1 v ' v I hero. - T rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT jp ( . V- "WHA.THER TODAY Showers. 4 4- ; 7' ggf Voii. XIjVI. no. 368. SaxjT Joak-e City, Utah, M02mA.Tr Mokntxgt, April 18, 1904:, 10 PAGE9.Hrvn Gents H fOMAN LEAPS TO HER DEATH FROM 'TOP m MM- I Jieroic Patient Saves Many Others During Indianap Si 's Hospital Fire. ll of he Man Ran Into Stroet After lSerious Surgical Operation Sjf and May Die. si it&!k 4- :f -r-r' 4---r this M THE DEAD. m Harriet Leahy, jumped from I54 e fourth floor and inetantly Mlled. t THE INJURED. HP Miss Kate Beach, believed to FA? be fatally injured by falling1 4 Ifa from third floor, while- trying -f -ttr i to escape by means of a rope f made of bedclothes. -f itt1 , Sister Superior Stella, seri- 1, ously injured by a shock fol- -f k- lowing1 a surgical operation. -f k Sister Nordica, seriously in- jured by a shock. .v, "William Schneider, r, pa- b tiftUt "who at the time of the , iltf b fire was undergoing' an opera-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 April 1904

l 0 THE SJJTliAKE TEIBtJKE: MOSTPAY TslmXBs&, APBlti 18, 1904:. -1 I' ' tlwliIpR and tho remainder armored nnd I'jinrninrcu cruisers, i Unablo lo cot within effective rnnso or Vlcc-Adtnlral Makaroft's shlpn. tho eno- my stopped eighteen vcrata from short-. . i Our squadron, with tho Potropavlovsk leading, arrival at tho entrance to the I l.aruor and drew up In lino of battle. Aii- 'I dher Blmiftl was llouled from tho nK- , Fhlp. tuid tlu torpedo boats at once pro- i eecded throuch tho entrance Into tho ni- , ncr harbor. Vlco-Admlrol Mnknrolt was evidently unwilling to rink his V"A"or raft to tho heavy projectiles of tho ene my's nrmored chips. The Potropavlovsk Doomed. I watched tho Potropavlovsk eloscly ;J 1 i.hc steamed toward Elcctrlo cliff. Jine ,,' frowning marine monster wnofco puns were n-or turning toward the enemy, waa prepared to send huso mcsscngeis 01, 'J utath against him. , .,,, a M All whs qulel. it was the hu.Mh hefore a J luttlo-ihc hush when every nero is train...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 April 1904

- - It THE BAIiT TifliTTO TRIBUNE: MOXDAT MOKNTSTG-, APRIL IS, 1904. 3 II- LABOR LEADERS TO CONVENE DENVER i ! Most Important Matter for Considcm Hon Will Be Colorado Coal '; : Jlino Strike. . KNrER, Colo., April 17. The ouaTter ly meeting of the exocutlvo commltlr.o of the American Federation of Iabor will be rIu tomorrow morning In the Windsor ho- ' tel In this city and contlnuo throughout the coming week. In addition to the elev , : cn members or the committee- and the oiirlcat rorcc, aoout 100 representatives of local unions afllllnted with the federation will bo In the city, the latter to prcaont prlevancea to be disposed of by the com mittee. On3 of the most Important mat ' ters to be considered is the- coal miners' striko In Colorado. Anions the members of the committee who have already arrived are President j Snmnrl Gompcrs of the American Feder ation of Labor and President John Mltch ' ell of tho Unlrc1 Mine-Workers of Amer ica. The Colorado coal minors now on Btrlko are me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 April 1904

, j Ties SaxtLake Texbtxct: mobeday Morning April is, 1904. IB I J 1 ' 11 I Issued evftry mornlnp by Salt Uiko Trl I I uno Publlshlne Company. PERIt S. I 1 HEA.T1I, Publisher and General Man I J I terms op Subscription. R Daily and Sunday Trlbuno. ono ivcek.S .25 I Dally and Sunday, one month l.w I Dally and Sunday, two months 2.09 i Dally find Sunday, thrco months s 00 j Dally and Sunday, one year 12 00 I j Sunday Trlbuno, one year I $ Sundav Tribune, pIx montlio l.w I SomMVeokly Tribune, one year l.w) I',, All remittances and business letter I 'I should be addressed to I TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANT, I i Salt Lake City, Utah. I S. C. BerkTvlth. Special Apency, Sole I Eastern Advertising Axent. Eastern or- 4 flee. -4-15-47-4S-4$ Tribune Bulldlnpr. I ' New York. Western office. E10-512 Trlb I uno Building, CIjIcoko No communication In relation to publi cation In or business for The Trlbuno t Bhould bo addressed to any Individual or officer of this corporation. Matter relat ing to publ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 April 1904

KM d le SaisIjAKR Tbtbtjnej Mcxntday MoRsxsr& April 18, 1904. 5 ,wuqliSi I SPORTING NEWS IbasebauJ frWtwTTTwT"TM'TWTi wt JLDIER BALL TEAM ROVES EASY PICKING Ints Have a Pleasant Workout at rthe Expense of Uncle Sam's f Warriors "Slats" Hurt. bout 2000 fans journeyed lo Walker's hy patch yesterday afternoon and had pleasure of seeing the Salt Lake basc Ifteam trim their adversaries from Fort Lglas by the decisive score of 20 lo 2. jlsoldlcra wore at no tlmo dancerou. after the first lew Innings tho Elders plv toyc.I It li them. Errors by Kel- Jty'and Flynn in tho lUth Inning gave fballlosser.s from tho post two runs t' wcro not earned, but In every ol'acr Jng Uio soldiers drew a blank, fil three of the Saints' pitchers wcro cf ivo and tho opposing batsmen seemed 'three hits rhirlnc tho entire perforrn ls. "Big Jim- Wlggs pitched the first fS Si Innings and atruck out four of the 1 batters who faced him. He walked 'finer and ouo batter reached first on J rUd pitch- , , 5" Sidle Qu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 April 1904

; 6 THE TjJSOT'TkOJUOT!: MOSTOAT MOICS, APRITj IS, 1904. I I News of MineTo Prospect, of Pnrnace"and " XiilT) i j PRESENT STATUS OF DALY WEST s i J. Disclosure of Rich Ore In Quincy '4,1 .Ground Both Mills Running at I ,j Capacity. If. there arc any Infirmities underground ' I,, or. on top to which tho damaging declines 1 ln tho market value of Daly West arc to I j be attributed, thoy aro not visible lo tho i naked eye, said 12. W. Griffiths, who rc- I I turned to town Inst night after careful in- I ventory o conditions within tho proper- tics nnd nt the plnntR above Parle City. I Muddy roada from Quincy rrround ond a lack o water with which to supply tho rc ! .mircments of the mills have, manifestly, ( been tho cause of much distress, tto added, 1 j but the rood Is now drying rapidly whllo tho water supply la again at t!ho normal, ;nd ihcse trlalH and venations will have soon been forgotten. "Yea, I saw aomo dead Htopo9." obcervta Mr, Griffiths, "but It Is tho best and blg I best '...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 April 1904

f he &ffr ITRfeirCTi MolsnpAT mobkes-g, April is. 19(h. iff llif Secret Societies! I. O. O. F. 3f Fidelity lodge No. 17. I. O. 0.0 F., nt 6 regular meeting Inst "Wednesday night, I id a good attendance of members and a ,5 imber of visitors from other States and b city lodges. A very busy session was ild. after which tho aecond degreo was Wi nferrcd on sevoral brothers. 3$ Cho lodgo has arranged to hold a session S,; Tuesday night. April 19th, tho dato of e grand lodgo rooeting, In order that all Bltora In tho olty who dcslro to do bo ji havo tho opportunity of moctlng with vjj o of tho city lodges. Tho regular degree otk of tho lodge will bo given at that me, being tho new work of this lodgo In a third degree. The members anticipate Krfvery pleasant opening with visiting others, and all aro heartily Invited to be UK, csent. I Bait Lako lodge No. 3 had two appllca jns presented and referred, and con ,Jrrcd a degreo on ono brother laBt Frl- imy night. Thcro was excellent attend pc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 April 1904

H " TFTTH BAITjAKS IBOTrEJ: MONDAY MORSTENGr, APIUi 18, 1904, 1 o "-xJU ,. I1' M "; '"WANT ADS i ;i CASH RATES l 10c per lino first insertion. 1 5c per lino each, 6uh sequent 5 I Insertion. jj l No nd. to occupy loss space J ! tbnn two lincc. j Your "want n.d." will bo nc- J I copted nnd 'phoned to Tho Salt I j . Lako Tribune office nt regular I J ! rates by the following ngonia: ! I BRANCH OFFICES j Godbo-Pitts Drug Co. J ' 101 Main Street. 8 j W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO,, Corner Second South nnd State. u 1 SHERWOOD PHABMAOY, C02 South State. j . LEAVER DRUG- CO.. Grand J I 1 1 Paciflo Hotel, Corner 3rd West j I and South Templo. ! H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, B 1 Gil West .Second South. ;B ' WASATCH DRUG STORE, J corner Second South and Third j I East. j (i W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE. I C Uth East and 12th South, Su- J j j gar House. 1 1 I DEED. BROWNLEE In thl3 city. April 17. 1001. j Mary C. Brownlce, of pneumonia. In her I Funeral will be held from the Wcstmln- i pier church on Fourth West, b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 April 1904

j THE SALT TjATCE TMBTINCErMOZsTDAY MOKNXCST& APRIL 18, 1904. 9 H JW FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. ? of you own a lot we -will build you a II roue to cult, repayable in small MONTH- lT PAYMENTS. Wo furnish the pinna r nd Bpoclflcatlons free. First payment ' tarts when the houso is completed. i THE STRINGER CO., I 70 W. 2nd South street. U1471 THE STRINGER CO.. i i 70 AVe9t 2nd South Btrcet, ; Jlf you have a vacant lot In the city wn I ivlll accept It as the first payment on a lome. We have now houses from 4 to 10 ' 'ooniB ranging in price from to $0000. THE STRINGER CO.. I 70 W. 2nd South street. ul469 T THE STRINGER CO., JI 70 West 2nd South street, I '.tNe.w 4-room whlto pressed brick cot- age; pantry, closet, bath, toilet, porches; I ;orncr lot; S blocks from Temple; $200 'cash, 520 per mo.; 52000. j SjJXCew 6-room rod pressed brick cottage: !ath, pantry, closet, hall, porches; near liberty park; $200 cash. $20 per mo.; $2S00. fTIIE STRINGER CO.. 70 AV. 2nd South street. ul46S f . TH...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 April 1904

10 fHE Salt IjAK Tribute: Mo:niay Mojcsto, apxiil is, 190.S - f H . . ,., . Mi IV SHOGKLEY UNABLE TO BELIEVE DEATH A ! DREAM.-. h I Christian Science Offers I Small Consolation to Con- I y vlcted Murderer. I Cannot See How His Exeeu- ' tUn Will Be of Benefit U , to Society. I u I Suspense,. He Say6, "Would Kill I t ' Him in Less Than Two I ' Years. J l ' rAMES M-'PHEP.SON SHOCKLEY, ! I convicted of murder in the first ' 1 degree, -without rpcommenda- 1 tion, for the kllllne; or the two street car men whom he at- tempted to hold up and rob, has by no I means lost hope. "While looking: pale H and haggard from acknowledged mcn- Hj suffering and loss of Bleep, he yes- H, terday talked freely in regard to his Hh I fate to callers at the county jail, dls- j cussing; every phase of the situation , without a tremor in hl voice or other indication of nervousness. "No, the verdict -was not just -what i r I expected," said Shockley in reply to p. question. "Of course, it was a fore I, Rone con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

VBBBHHHBBHBflB--iBBflBBBfl I Battle With the Turks. 4" AgDld SJtS 4 J VTfo d &k&? M 'f B1B Output for Alaako. 4- ;tifr SALONICA, European Turkey, 4- f I i ' 7 !8 I Jf X 1 CTT 3 -A JJ;SO April lS-Tho Klondike f4 4444444444444444 V -J? CS C . ' V WEATHER TODAY Showers. 7? 4, H if Voii. XLVI. No. 369. Salt Lake City, Utah, Tuesday Mokntstg. April 19, 1904, W phgbs.fivb Cents H 'nfll.f BBYfl IISWEBT ALICE HECKERT 1 WON A SOLDIER'S HEART. ; M Although He Knew She Had 1; a Blue-Csated Husband in the Ranks. Now Ardent and Daring Young lS Lieutenant Has Lo9t Mi His Straps. Sw.nd Philippine Army Socioty Is All bHtjJv Agog" Over This Love Af V fair's Sequel. $Sb ' , 'SMfT ASHINGTON, April IS. Char m iterwW ,nff ,,ce Heckert, Mrs. Joseph Vffi'll ine Alice Heckert in full, the allni wlfe oC Sel'fft- M,lton Heckert, . -sSfTroop K, Twelfth cavalry, was the jJjSmeans of costing First Lieut Arthur G. Mjnfeharpley, Twelfth cavalry, Department i-of Luzon, Phlllpplno Islands, bis shoul- ,l&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

Hjl( 2 . The salt Lajte Timrcrca: Tuesday Mog April 191904. f Ii 1 ' : : ; ' demonstration is being arranged in his honor. Capts. Stentcnkoo and Cladot 5, have been appointed flap officers to j Admiral Skyrdloff. I Vicc-Admlrnl Makuroff's widow has been granted an nniutal pension of ?10,- 000. A detachment, of Russian troops, ' , which left Southern Usaurl, has , reached Maoer-Shan (on the west bank nf the Yalu river, 1S5 miles north of 1 PIngyang) without having: encountered , , ' any of the onemy. The detachment jjj' has occupied a mountain pass between Manchuria and Korea, which It is for . tlfvlng with mountain batteries. , , An official telegram stales that there 4, Is no change In the situation on the i Ynlu river. The Russian outposts arc now on Islands of the river close to the Japanese outposts, which are prc t paring to retire, 'in ST. PETERSBURG. April IS, 3:40 p. in The authorities here are recovering i from the depression which followed the last week's disaster. They se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

The Salt Ywntm CKfiro tuesdat MoiamrG, ajptltl 19, 1904:. 3 f STILL MORE TALK : OF WESTERN PACIFIC Sil . 0 r-a j oast Paper Convinced That a Merger Will Be Effected With, the J jj Southern Pacific. $ nE6TBRN Paclflc rumors aro apaJn Wf rampant. Tho San Francisco J 1 WW Chronicle has a story to th"e effect 7 J tiint thl3 road 13 Sn 10 bo" Qrvj, f merged into tho Southern Pacific "J 1 Bystcm- A similar report obtained cur- ar f rencj' some months .-150. but It -was & j Promptly and emphatically denied. Tho a promoters of tho Western Paclllo gavo tho strongest assurances then, as they ;rfja had given previously, that iw company mi E'L0uld.,n.ot S?H out and tlirtt the lino would ullt nnd operated as an Independent fa To$: Tho Chronlclo says: il -t C. ,?reo Investments mado In land. I ntl ils 3 ' Wtt' franchises, surveys and L KlM u .rec.orllnPT of mortgages and the nu- Kllii ihorlzaV?" of 11 J50.000.0W bonded Indcbted- '9M nesa, which was duly floated In Now York. i t'h f V0 coIor' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

4 THE SAIT XiAJvE XRIBOTTE: XCTSPA 19CT ; 1 issued every morning by Salt Dako Trlb- ' uno Publishing Company. PERRY S. i HEATH, Publisher and General Ion- ' I ( ' - ! TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, i Dally and Sunday Tribune, one weok.J .25 I Dally and Sunday, ono month 1.00 Dallv and Sunday, two months ...... -.00 4 Daily and Sunday, threo months 8.00 Dally and Sunday, ono year 13.00 il Sunday Tribune, ono year 2.00 ' Sunday Tribune, six months J.M I Soml-Weokly Tribune, ono year l.W All remittances and business lcttorfl , fchould bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Bait LaIco City, Utah. S. C. Bcckwlth, Special Affoncy, Solo , Eastern Advertising AKnnt. Eastern of- flee, 4S-M-i;M7-8-9 Tribune Bulldlnc, New York. Western office, Bl-B12 Trlb uno Bulldlnsr. Chicago. No communication In relation to; Pb1'- " cation in or business for Tho Tribune ehould bo addressed to any Individual or officer of this corporation. Mattor rolat Ing to publication nliould bo addressed to the Editor of Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

1 1 1'HS" SALTlAJnU 'OCRIBTOTE: TUESDAY MOJCsTSG, APPOL 194 1904:. 5 I fiOST $256,000 I AND DIOJPUNOW IT If Chicago Real Estate Dealer Charged M'v With Squandering' Daughter's y ij r Large Estate, (ft) CHICAGO. April 18. According to a Hjn .decision in the Probate court today, O. W. Iirlncr, a real estate dealer In this rj 'city. Is indobted In the sum of $25G,00C, Ijj Including interest, 10 his daughter, f Irene Lalng Malcolm of Toledo, O. Ti was charged that Laing bad squan dered the estate and kept his daughter In Ignorance of her wealth. ajVl The final decision of the court vrlll bo. sir S'ven Saturday, when former Governo: .a! 'Hamilton will rcfc-!ve Instructions from in! 'u cc'jrt QS lo vn"t pioceedure he shall (Jj:laUe to recover what rightfully bc-loncr.3 i to the daughter. I Whether or not the sureties of Laing, former Senator W. C. ?.Iason and Dr. V. :C. Price, are to be p;:od pn their bonds will be decided by the curt Saturday. IJD. A. R. MEETING II IN ANNUAL SESSION ilm ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

H ! 0 THAX'IilKE TBIBTOTE: TUESDAY MOimil APItTX 19f 190. I I f pwilism SPORTING NEWS baseball 1 1 :i CLIFFORP ANi QUEEN AN MAW 'U II For the Third Time in Two I Years They Leave the J f Question .Open. I 1 I ' Great Crowd at tho Sail Lake I Theater Watch iho Clever Boxers. I Decision Ga.ro Satisfaction, but the I i . Spectators "Wanted a Finish. For the third time In their pugilistic careers. Jack Clifford of this city and Perry .Queenan of Seattle fought a ' twenty-round draw at the Salt Lake Theater last night. In sixty rounds of , milling neither man has been able to land a knockout punch or ti?cure suffi cient advantage to warrant a decision I In his favor. The mill last nlpht was an intcrest Inp one, and those who attended rc ' celved the worth of the money Invest ed. While the fiRht was not one of the I kind that acts the spectators wild with I enthusiasm, yet thcro were enough fast mix-ups to keep those who altend I ed pretty well thrilled. Both men I worked hard and seemed ...

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