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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

"The salt Tmkk tribtjotbis'Tuesd zioiixixg, April 19, 1904. 7 PAL FOR MABEL PAGE I MURDER SET FOR TUESDAY. i jjdence Against Accused Wan Not Considered Very Strong by Police. hifo and Blood Spots -Appar- Ient GIU8S Upon Which tho Prosecution RoIIos. Hcker 5eeni6 to Feel Sure That He !Ciin Satisfactorily Establish Innocence. 3ST0JS", Mass., April IS. James H. -Vahey. senior counsel for Charles li. Tucker, held for the murder of Mabel Page, is determined that client shall be given fair play. The Bycip have thus far been unable to flaiiy of the exhibits which aro In I (session or ine prosecution, anu (lugh tv hich tho prosecutor expects flsrliig about the conviction of tho Ing man border that the defense shall be able fpreparc Its caso Vahcy and Innes, i insel for Tucker, will appear before PEC Luce In Wnltham and petition S court to grant their request to com pile Attorney-General to show the hib'its. It 19 expected that District :orncy Sanderson will oppose the mo- "he hearing: in th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

''' H 1 l " 8 ' fHE SAKPlaAJOS TEIBUyE: TUESDAY MoKEvIjlSTGj APraLL 19, 1904:. tl III ""WANT ADS" I 4 - , CASH RATES I I I0c per lino first Insertion. I So per line each subsequent I , insertion. No ad. to occupy less space I 1 than two lines. 1 , Your "want ad." will be fie-, ,i cepted and 'phoned to The Salt J' rte Tribune office at TOgulor J( ' j ras by the following agentis: I i BRANCH OFFICES I I J Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. I ; ' 101 Main Street. I W. H". DAYTON DRUG CO., I . Corner Second South and State. I SHEEWOOD PHARMACY, I I 502 South State. I i LEAVER DRUG- CO., Grand I ! Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd "West II and South Temple. 1 H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, Cll West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third East, j I W. R. CLARE! DRUG STORE, j 11th East and 12th South, Su I j gar House, j t ( FUNERAL DIRECTOR. EBER W. HALL. UNDERTAKER fcnd Embalmcr. opposite P. O.. 'Phone 1019. ' MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES. ' R, M'KENZIE. REMOVED TO 422 9. 1 date. Larxo stock to s...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

s4 THE &AI,T LAJE TRIBTOOJ: TUESDAY MOROTNG, AVBXL 19, 1904. q H JfiFOR SALE BEAL ESTATE. IEcrArZnooM mddTfru 3 de, biff lot. E. Bide. ?1400. H. J. Mc ttpr tyn Co., 13L So. Main., over Bon-Ton PrtJ HOMES BUILT TO SUIT. you own a Jot wo will build you a UTtn "se to suit, rcpaynblo In small MONTH Ovii T PAYMENTS. Wo furnish the plana if d specifications free. First payment -5 irta when the houso Is completed. 5 THE STRINGER CO.. jg 70 W. 2nd South street. U1471 -5 ti THE STRINGER CO.. 1Y1 70 West 2nd 'South street. i you havo a vacant lot In the city wo -LJIl accept it a3 the Urst payment on a 'RTfcr"0, We hnve now houses from 4 to 10 tvpni8 ranplnic in price from JS50 to $6000. THE STRINGER CO., eTI 70 W. 2nd South street. ul469 -H THE STRINGER CO., iGYMr West 2nd South street, veitlfow 4-roora white pressed brick cot- tWS! panto, closet, bath, toilet, porches; 3rnor lot; 3 blocks from Temple; $200 llijh, J20 per mo.; $2000. 3ew E-room red pressed brick cottage; glh, pantry, clos...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

pH,j' ID Tme'SAM1 KAKB TKEBTOTB.- TUESDAY MOEKINTG, APRIL 19. ISP. B I MRS. STENHOUSE GOES j TO THE GREAT a BEYOND, .'I Pioneer Utah Woman Ends i t Long and Useful J Once a Mormon Missionary She ; Wrote a Book That Stirred ! tti World. I Salt lake Relatives Advised of Death , 1 .of One Who "Was Well 4 ! Known Here. ' TITER'S of the death In Los Angeles I jl of Mrs. Fanny Stenhouse, well ' known ns a pioneer of "Utah and author of the book, "An English Woman in Utah." written atler she had t, renouncea anegianco to me iMormou church, was received by wire yestor 3ay by her son, S. M. Stenhouse of H' this? city, who Is employed ns proof- pHI reader on the Salt Lake Telegram.' Mrs.' Stenhouse was born in St. Hellers, Jersey, In IS'IB, and emigrated to Utah In 1SG0. T. B. H. Stenhouse, pV lier husband, died In San Francisco H' About twenty years ago, and since that lime sho hap made her homo In south- H' crn California, but frequently visiting her children in Salt Lake, London and INew Y...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

mLmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I 1 $ , .M-2EQQ KflTrt IjKE TRIBUNES TUESDAY MOBXING, APEITj 19, 1904. 1 1 , K"SH0E PULLERS" H IN SALT LAKE 'S y if . HOE pullers" arc to bo found In I ' 5) York, according to a local physl I km clan, '3 : The New York Journal, In a re- Ji ; ; cont issue, declared that a peculiar form i or foot cramp, characterized by piercing i and almost unbearable pains through tho fC , i. toes, has appeared In Gotham and Is be 5 :" conlnrr epidemic. The afflicted can secure 'jj ' , relief only by removing their idioes, which ?J they are driven to do at tbo most Inoppor b i tunc times and in the most public places. m t This peculiarity has caused them to bo a ' dubbed ".shoe liullers $ The Journal story was shown to County jS v Physician II. N. Mayo yesterday and ho 2 j was asked whether the same complaint : existed here. 5,; : "rt does. ' he raid, "and it is called "Hat 9j( foot,' u descriptive term, because of the 3V bre...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

isiiiV v "I H . The SaIJFXajCT TribijiTTuesiSay Mokstdtg-. April 19, 1904. I fj Flews of Mine, of Prospect of Pomace aid of Mil, j - DIREGTORS TALK ij: ON DALY WEST I rj Straws That Indicate Cut in Dividend I Tho Mines in Finest Physical j Condition. I 'i 1 "While declining to anticipate the ac- , tlon of the board as a body at Its rcgu i , lar sexton on May .5th, an Inter " Itw with Daly West omclals now I ( I on the ground Indicates, quite doclslvc I ! ly, a reduction in tlie dividend. For I I this- the 6treet hao been prepared for I ; pome time, while confessions yesterday ' j Indicate that the" last Increase lacked. ! considerably, the unanimous approval of the shareholders?. That it was not approved by all. notwithstanding the universal lust for ready money and the eagerness of the average man to pile J -up a fortune was revealed In letters to tlio board, said an official, but It had "been ordered and, "indeed, there was nothing else to which to apply a sur 1 plus that had reac...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBtf BJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJ Aral 551 THE S-AXjT XiAKE TJEHBTHSTB: TUESDAY MOTSTDSTa, APRIL 19, 1901. x Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j I STOCKS HALT ABRUPT PENDING DECISION Merger Case Still Affects the New York Markets Bonds Dull and Irregular. NEW YOKK. April IS. No new Interest was awakened In the stock market today, and there was the same listless drift of juices and languid operations as for most of the time last week. The activity of the market Is In a diminishing scale from day to day. Such slight activity as there was today was abruptly halted by the an nouncement from St. Paul that thcro would be no d:lslon today on the peti tion regarding tho manner of distribut ing the Northern Securities assets. This festers the Inipf&slori that the market is waiting on this decision. But the prevail ing belief in WOil stree...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 April 1904

I I Hii ? 14 ' tegs BArtr jjjAzas XKC3tnmr,vrtnssi)AT MoicsnuSTG, apiux 19, 1904. Ij II, GOUGED HIS LEFT WRIST J WITH PENCIL I jr I ij While Phosphqrous RSatchas I Were Burning Hcles in I Jj ' ' His Stomach. I ' ' I " Doome'd to Dio on Scaffold, the I ! Gar-Barn Bandit Twice Tries I"1 I to Take His Life. I 1 I I 1 I J ( Tears Bandages From Wound. In I flicted and Digs With His Fingor ' for an Artery. I HIGAGO, April 1$. Peter Nelder- f mclcr, the leader of the car barn bandits, condemned to die on the gallows Friday, made two des perate attempt? at suicide today. His I condition as a result Is so precarious ' that' it Is feared he will not survive. Should he still be alive next Friday he will be carried to the gallows and cx I ec u ted. I , Neldermeler planned his attempted suicide carefully. First ho masticated i and swallowed the heads of 75 or 100 sulphur matches While the phos- I phorus was burning: his stomach he . sawed at the artery of his left wrist with a sharp pointed lead...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

I I 444444444444 Oy H H Ul yT 4 SfcP M -r;:t:-r-4-4444 4-rTT -r -r- 4- Blizzard in New York. -f- f 'I H (m X I JT" J If CorPae Makaroff Pound. ,4 H YORK, April 39. In New k 1,4 n-rflL i f "I I f ,H 1 A Ijk, AA' ftirfk POUT ARTHUR, April 20. Many 4 ifcf- York, Connecticut and Massacliu- 4- ff E BhI 08 ' SSSfck lB 1 1 1 IB I L' f I' If H IW IB ill lB 1 mutllated corpses have been coat 4 W-f- setts tlierc wns a heavy fall of snow iL B fit H A H I H W I I- H A I 1 1 1 I II H W( aaboro and fragments of uniforms -f H IF" tonSehL 1,1 central New York iho 4- Vm H I W -'7V 1 yl 1 M y A. I IB l. I. I I II I I Li enabl6d 1116 authorities to identify 4. H jfcf storm reached tho proportions of a TgK I 5 Ifr W yj Wir Z NT n C th b(llC a lhat Vlc" 1,llz:ird- 4 ( i iT f ( 1 Admiral Makaroff. 4 H 4 - 4-4-44- 44-44444 V LS V Bain and Much. Colder. If Vol. xxvi. no. 370. Saxt Lake city, Utah, Wednesday Momentg, April 20, 1904, 14 phgbs.-five Cents i; 1 DEAFNESS DISAPPEARS WHEN AGHING TOOTH jl IS PULLE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

I ' 1 ' 2 The S-ait Lake Tkebwe: Wednesday MoiagtiG-, Anaii 20, 1904. III'1 commanders communicated directly I . Iili the ISmperor. I I Ignored His Dispatches. I ; ' When the Pctropnvlovek wud punk I , AlexIefC started from Mukdon for Port I 1 1 Arthur, telegraphing: to the Emperor I r.n his arrival there that ho had hoisted I ' his flair on the battleship Sevastopol, I 1 ; and would direct operations of the fleet I i ( until !i new commander was sent I put. It Is said that no answer to this I ' , was gent by the Emperor. Without con- (' .sultlnjr Alexleffs wishes, and without I consldorlnpr Admiral Doubasoff, whom I ( he had originally recommended, the I Umporor telegraphed. Vlco-Admirnl I krydlof to proceed to Port Arthur via I j St. Petersburg and assume command of I I ' the fleet. It Is said that not even this I i fact was communicated to Alcxleff. and I v he was allowed to learn of it through I . the press dispatches. AlexIefC con- I ' Kldered the matter for three days, at1 I t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

J The Salt Juakb Thtrottej Wedotssday Moiontestg, April 20, 1904. 3 ill OQDEN j jjjg I TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, iilK Washington Ave , Jp t VICTIMS OF TRAGEDY Mi PREPARED FOR BURIAL ' Special to Tlio Tribune SM i 1 OGD13X, Utah, April 19. Tho body of II : ' Pallcnco Stone, -wife of Clarence Stone, 'm "5vno commuted suleldo In tho Bellman Wl ; t rooming-house Sunday evening, will bo : snt to "Wellington, Kan., for burial. A. 1. Mm 1 Stone received tho following telegram: LM 'Billings, O. 'P., i-19-W. Embalm body, ij ! ' dress In white, Inclose, In metallic casket, 31 Inter beside, husband. "Write full partieu- j iars L. SirLROBE." j in reply Mr. Stono sent the following aflH ; ' "bptiin. I-10-OI.-L. Sln-Qlje. Billings, O. T : Patience thoroughly embalmed, ar '4pl 1 f range mc-nta mado for shipment to eiiing tW ' ton Wednesday evening; All expenses, In ,&i cMtaS exprtamse. imid. ST0NB :i21 , Clarence I. Stone, the husband, will be 1 burled Thursday afternoon at - o clock )'DDt- . fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

BIHHHI9Hlii9HHHillHIHiiE9HHililH!HlHIBHHH " . - a AAAwwssggAAAp 4 The salt Tiatttt. Trtbtotb: "WedivESBay Mokning, apiux 20, 1904. II i ; 1 r . I , I Issued every morning by So.lt Lako Trlb-. 1 3 uno Publishing Company. PERRY S. . HEATH. Publisher and General Man- airir. 1 I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I Dally ?-nd Sunday Tribune, one weok.$ .S3 Dolly and Sunday, ono month 1.00 , Dally and Sunday, two month 2.00 I -t Dally and Sunday, three months 3.00 1 1 Dally and Sunday, one year 12.00 I Sunday Trlbuno, ono ye-ar 3.00 I ' Sunday Trlbuno, sir months 1W I i I fleml-Weekly Tribune, ono year 1.60 I ' All remittances and business letters I , phould lye addressed to I i TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, I 4, Salt Lake City, Utah. 1 S. C. Btckwlth. Speolal Agency, Sole Eastern Advertising Aront. Eastern of I flee. W-MS-7-48-(0 Tribune BuIIdlnff, I Now York, Western office, G10-512 Trlb I lino Building. Chicago. I 1 I No communication In relation to publl I cation In or business for Tho Trlbuno B s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

II ibe SaxfXke Tribune "Wednesday Moknxng-, April lM 1904, 5 fi o'm ' Design by May Manton. Siffit . DOTTED VEILING "WITH FANCY BRAID, ad Etta ' "BLOUSE ETON 4692. CIRCULAR SKIRT 46SD: onV -iSVelllngs In all weights are greatly in vogue for street costumes and are i5l for mild weather wear. This one is champagne color dotted with a slight ttlarkcr shade and is trimmed With one of the many ornamental braids of the "tion. The blouse is peculiarly effective, made with a deep cape collar and ;ftsleeves, but the collar can be omitted whenever a plainer garment Is de Bnl. The skirt is one of the latest and Is circular with graduated tucks that jide becoming and graceful flare about the feet. To make the blouse for a 'man of medium size would require 4 yards 27, 4 yards 41 or 2 yards C2 h"es wide, to make the skirt 504 yards 27. 4 yards 44 or ZM yards 52 Inches ,m jrie. A May Manton pattern of blouse No. 4G92, sizes 32 to 40. or of skirt 51 ,$4680, sizes 22 to 30, will be mailed to any add...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

, 1 ' t THE &ALT TftKE'TETBPKE: TPEDygDY MOTmnZG, AREL 20, 1904, -Jf I!- I racing, qpfWTiiyr MFW AN I I ; I PUGILISM 3rJSK 1 WCVY O BASEBALL I II : fifteen innings V, AT PHILADELPHIA I ,!l 1 1 Slants and Phillies Havo Longtl I ' Strugg-le Cold Weather Ends I Gamo With Tie Scoro. I J I ' PHILADELPHIA. April 19. Now York I K ' nnd Philadelphia played llftoou Innings to I dny without tvsult and the gnmo was I finally called because of the. cold woathor. I Tho contest was a masterly exhibition o I ' pitching on tho part of McGinnlty and Mc 1 Phnraon, but they ar,o not entitled to all I i th credit. Splendid fielding: when men L wero on bftjet) assisted In preventing scor ing. Attondnnco, 3100. Scoro: R- 3L E. Philadelphia ..,.) 00L WO COO 0G0 1 5 3 Nw York () 000 C01 000 1 8 4 i Balttorics MoPhcrson and Dooln; Mo Glnnlty and "Warner. Two-base hlto, Doo i In. Wolverton; bases on ballH, off MoGln nltyS. oft McPherson ; struck out, by Mo Glnnlty I, by McPherson i. Umpires f Almmor nnd ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

5 1 THE y ATP'TTATrBf TRIBTOUDi WEDNESDAY MOBjNTNG, APRIL 20, 1904. 7 5 - . 1 . . . . . -" . MMTS H PENNSYLVANIA'S WILL I NOT INSTRUCT FOR ! PARKER. It aDtmocrats in Convention at Harrisburg Adopt the ; Unit Rule. iPcous President Roosevelt of il Being a Constant Sourc Wt of Unrest. jiiDemand Revision of tho Tariff and Approve President McKlfciley's jc Last Speech. ffjjrjrARPvISBUnG, Pa-, April 19. Tho Mri Democratic State convention, -which was held here today, re 1: fused to instruct the national iijiilegates from Pennsylvania to vpte for 8mk nomination of Judge Alton B. flrker of New York for President. Mubese delegates will go to St. Louis un gfcfftructed and will he bound "by the afrit rule. fffAn attempt was made by tho meet Pigs of the resolutions committee to fifcend tho platform by substituting for (Jh -unit rule plank a paragraph in ll&uctins the delegates for Judge arker. It failed and tho platform as Bulopted by tho committee waa unanim ously adopted by the conventio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

. :. IffELE SALT TRIBTOTE; V3SDSrESDAY MoiKSTroGT it I jj. ' "WANT APS" I I CASH RATES 1 I ' 10c per Hne first insertionr j I 1 5o per lino each eubsrquont j Insertion. I ' No ad. to occupy less space 1 ' than two lines. I "Sour "want nd." will bo nc- I I coptod and 'phoned to Tho Salt I -M ' take Tribune offlco nt rojrulw I S rates by tho following njrontsx BRANCB OFFICES j Ciodbe-Pitts Drug Co. I 101 Main Strict J h J "TO". H. DAYTON DRUG' CO., j I Corner Second South and State, i I SHERWOOD PELARMACY, S C02 South Str-tfr. LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd "West i 1 ond South Temple. , ! H. A. HANSEN. DRUGGIST, B Cll West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, cornor Second South and Third j East. I W. R, ULARK DRUG STORE, 1 11th East and 12th South, Su- gar House. J I; I DEED. f PHELP3-At Holy Oroes hospital, April 19th. Catlicrlne Romncy Phelps, agcu o, 'Fiincral frctn parents' residence. 15 South I Fourth West. Thursday. TlmJ to bo an ' nonnced later. 1 TUEDT Ruby G. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

I Tele Sxt Lake Tribtote: "Wdesday Moknxng, April 20, 1904. 9 H MASONS. ARQBNTA LODGE NO 3. F. L,and A. M. At Masonia hall first Tuesday of each month. Members of Bister lodges and sojourning PRANK P. SHERWOOD, W. M. SE9 C. PHILLIPS, Secretary. lSATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A Masonic " hall, second Friday each h. Members of slater lodges and so ilng brethcr in good standing ! in- A. BROWN, W. M. J. LOWE, Sccrctnry. '. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2, F. AND . Masonic hall, second Monday each h. Members of sister lodges .and Go ing brcthron In good Hlandlne in . JAMES H. BROWN. W. M. RISTOPHER DIEHL, Secretary. Vti KALAH TEMPLE, A. A. O, . N. . M. jTblrd WedncEday of each montt. MjJ fc hall at S p. m. All nobles sojourn Anvltcd jBNxiNGS. Potentate -atflBROWN, Recorder. JJjjjWoODMEN OF THE WORLD. -fiwERET CAMP 406 MEETS EVERT ASay night at 8 o'clock In Knlphta of 'vHilos hall, r61 Main street. T. LANGEN'BACKER, Consul .Mmonder. 1 h$E. NEWMAN, Clerk. -SboDBlNE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS Qi Tuesday Rt I. O. O...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

H i(' ' io The Bait Lake Tbtoukb.- Wednesday Moknin-&, apbil 20, 19(H. j I UTAH ODD FELLOWS j I GROW AND PROSPER J Kost Successful Local Grand Lodge I . ' ' in the History of the Oydei ' New Ofixoer.T, I ' fl-v ELEGATJ3S and past srrand mas- I j I H tcrs to Hie number of 120 were I ( J jJP present at tho Odd Fellow 111 thirteenth anniversary grand j lodge meeting yesterday, the most suc- ! cessful ever held Sn the history of tho I order. Tho growth and work of tho i j Mfr during the past yecr br-s ben i most siLUsfuotory, tho growth slnco j January. 1003. showing the handsome increase oC C50 members, four subordl I ' J mate lodges and four Rcbekah lodges having 'been organized, and the year's work showing 512,000 paid for velloC and burying of dead. Tho lodges have oer ' 1 S100.000 invested muds. The question 1 of holding biennial sessions was e- ' bated and steps were taken to give as ' complete autonomy as possible to the Rebokah assembly. 11 was ordered that charters be issue...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

ll VCHE Xi&CTJ TRIBUTE: WEHOTSSDAY MOIUsItf APRIL 20, 1904. H - EGIFT APPRECIATED; 1 CARNEGIE TICKLED i j t &ich and Generous Steel Merchant 0?! Talks Entertainingly About His 1 ; Gift to Heroes. : 1 AIX LES BATNS. France, April 19. ', : Andrew Carnegie, who Is soJournlnK here with his family, is much gratified over the reception plven by the press 2'; ' and public to his 55,000,000 fund for sj! American heroes. JjJ ' "The people of Now Foundland, Can t.l . ada, and the United States are all N? : Americans," he said, "and they should : all act together as brotherc. My hero , fund Includes nil three countries?. New J" Foundlanders were omitted at first Jjj I through an oversight. That, however. 3 i has been remedied for I have cabled, 1 ; ordering the plucky little state to bo Q ; included. , "Were I a newspaper man I would 'LiS conc,2ntrate my pen to advocating the fraternal union of Canadians, New 4$ " .Foundlanders and the people of the V ' United States, who are all Ameri...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

' The Salt IxAKe TmBinsrE: "Wednesday Mokstdstg, april 20. 19m. I I.! : . I ! f News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill ) IH FOURTH FURNACE I NOW IN BUST I I ' Pino Achievements at tho Bingham I A Con. Smeller During the I 'sj i Present Year. I 1 I I I i The fourth In the battery of. furnaces 1 I -with which the Bingham Con. smelter I k la equipped was put In commission by I i Superintendent Nutting yesterday I mornlnp. and with tho event tho feed I u was Increased' to over 700 tons of cop I per, gold and silver-bearing: sulphides H dally, or about 21,000 tons per month. , I What shall be done to Increase the fu ll j turo capacity of tho plant has not 1 been divulged, nor need this, Indeed, 1 I occupy the attention of the manage l ment until the Nowhouso concentrator , begins to pour Its torrents lino blna of ihe smelter. Not only has the Increased tonnage of tho Bingham Con.'s own I mines made It necessary to blow In Its i I full battery of blasts', but to this has ! ' be...

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