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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

I ssbbbbbbb BBBi BBJ j The Sait Lake TRiBmirB:iTrErsTESDAT Mosms&s April 20, 1904. H DayWith the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers I SECURITIES DECISION ENLIVENED STOCKS False Report That J. Plerpont Mor gan Is Dead Stimulated the Bear Traders. NEW YORK, April 19. TUo pertinacious I idler among Block operators, that activity ' malted on the decision of the Harrlman ictlilon to enjoin the Northern Securities ilnn of distribution, proved truo today vhsn tho potltlon way refused, but It did jot appear that tho decision Itself was Jio cause of tho Increased pressure to sell nocks which developed; and which caused i sharp reaction In tho vholo market. The hijt effect of tho decision was to halt the idvanco In. prices which was then In pro ,tjs, but the highest prices of tho day lYtro touched afterward, and when the lecllno was renewed a period of dullness ntervened which wan mor marked than it. any tlmo during- tho rccont dull period, die decline centered In Unltod States Steel ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 April 1904

" ' M THID SAIuT ItAJCS TRIBQSTE: WEDNESDAY MQjRXXG, AJPEJL 20, 3904. 1 I ' -i WILL FIGHT FOB l1;' SHOGKLEY REWARD I ij 1 ; Percy Prothero Brings Suit Against J Street Car Company for the , $1000 Reward Offered. i ; 1 t -h-. ERCY L,. PROTHERO, by his at- ! O lornry' Robert B. Portor, Instituted Si , fT jiroccedlnsa In tho Dlalrlot court 4 ' iL yesterday acalnct tho Utah Light 1 f) and Railway company to jrocovor j ) ilio $10. reward offered by tho defendant ', ' J for Information Icauinrr to the arrest and t j conviction of the murderer of tho two ' 1 1 Btrcot car men. Amnssa L. Gloason and i I Thomas B. Brighton. Tho complaint rc- , J I cites that tho plulntlff, relying on tho of- fer made by tho defendant, wave tho ' ln- t, formation to tho police authorities whjcii t cd to the aneat of James M. Shocltlcy J iiid caused Ills conviction of murder In tho , first decree for the shootln? of Cleason , . 1 1 en the night of January Cth. M i Prothoro claims that because of his com pliance...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 April 1904

' '1 t". 3000 MEN NOW IDLE. ( jf Tr J 4 d Sfe -f -r4444:44 '4 4-4-444 QUI WY. Mass , April DX-Today 4 Y'k M Jk ,-rv4 Shi l 11 ' 1 1 I ' 4 I fli iki j I A y SAILED UNDER OKDEBS. 4 M moldcr and pattern makers of 4- 1 WM mV Xll II -M llf Il7 fUm I 'ill IIiIt1 IBKtIi fjB SAN p- April 20.-Tho To Fore River Ship-Building and (11 i I BRit , III I Il I & IX ft I 1 ill II 11 1'nltcd Statca auxiliary steamship1 IH Wglne company joined tho strikers, Vm-" V I 1 F' I J I I (F I 1 l W 111 J J IMIIIIIh Glouccslcr- station ship licre, sailed t ' - i. , "WEATHER Rain or Snow; Colder. ' ' pVoT,. xijYi. yo 371. , Sait Lake City, Utah, Thursday Mo:rntntg, Aphil 21, 904:. 12 phges.five Gents I )rl receives death vision ' ell at Time, but Falls I III and Dies, ttrious Case That At ding Physicians Were I Unable to Explain. JjBeen Given to Strange Fancies Hind Often Surprised Parents by Predictions. il to The TrllHine. IMPORT, Li. L. April 20. "Somc " Ething tells me I am going: to be Raken far away, m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 April 1904

f TjIE JAKE TKLBTTNTE; THURSDAY MOIESTOSTG, APRIL 21, 190. j II ! - 1 t tunl friends and lind never cnlled on her 1 j I ' " nt her home. He also said that she con I I i tinned to live in her home, but that he I j S never had called on her there until she I removed to rooms on Main street, Salt j Lake. I I ; Not Aware of That Fact. I ! Li - Mr. Taylcr asked Mr. Koberts If he I I knew that MuKPfic Shlpp Roberts lived I j in a house where lived her divorced I J husband and two of his divorced wives. j; i Mr. Koberts said ho was aware of that I , ' fact. I Senator Dubois asked In regard to the I ,. i secrecy of his marriage, and declared I j, j that he (Dubois) believed Mr. "Wells. I i 1 who married him, represented the Mor I 'H , f mon authorities. The witness believed I 1 ; . that, said Senator Dubois." because of I ! U - t. Mr. "Wells's position as counselor to the I i i . apostles. According: to Mr. Roberts, he I'M said there is no record of his last mar H t, '2, rlat'G. thoujrh the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 April 1904

i xjdLHi OAJLT 'JLliJOBrcaCTS XJBCCmSBAY mOIC5n05TG, j33?JXXXj $Q4. 3 11 Dressed in Pajamas r Freshie Braves Cold Yale Students Lose Money on Pokor I and Are Game to tho I Last. !jj f NEW HAVEN. Conn.. April 20. A ' Tale "freshie" dashing home across 3 ' York street to Plerson hall, with an i: I electric light burning bright on a cor ! ner two rods away, a policeman stand ; ; Ing under the light and men and women Tf : pedestrians passing to and fro from the j f theater, led to an investigation by the IB policeman, and the discovery of tho n most remarkable game of poker ever KK played at Tale. OL According to the "freshie." who told Tfflfc the story only on threat of arrest, half WjL si dozen of his fellow-classmen gathered W In a room across the street from the Ifm dormitory. As is usual this season of the year, none of them could raise a Mr "sou." not having heard from home in IB a long period A game of poker was 4 proposed, but how to make it Interest lr ing without some cash was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 April 1904

.-. 4 - The Sajlt Ike Tribune; Thtxrspay Moiarorek April 21, 1904, i B i Issued every morning by Salt Lnko Trlb- 0 . uno Publishing Company. PERRY S. 1 J1 c HEATH, Publisher and Gtcral Man I ' atrlir. j I TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. I 'J Dally and Sunday Tiibuno.'ono wcch.5 .25 I I Dally and Sunday, one month ....... l.w I " Dally and Sunday, two monthK ....... 2.W I 1 ' Dally and Sunday, threa months S.OT ! Dally and Sunday, one year 12.0Q I v( Sunday Tribune, ono year -- I . A Sunday Trlbuno. bIx months i-w I I Soml-Wcekly Tribune, ono year 1. I i i All remittances and business lettora I " should be addressed to I ' !, TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, I Salt Ivoko City, Utah. I S.' C. Beckwlth. Special Ajjoncy. Solo I j . Eastern Advortlslnir Accnt. E:vs torn of fice. 4S-M5-47-1S-4D Trlbuno Building; I ' Now York. Western office, 516-512 Trlo- I uno Building. Chicago. L ' " No communication In relation to publl- r cation In or business for Tho I " ohould bo addrteacd to any Individual or i ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 April 1904

i 1 I J teE Sajf Xjds Tribunes 'mims'DAY moicsncsG, apbil 2ri 1904. 5 ij Of Merest Co OJoitiett j MASTIC TAFFETA AND LACE. DESIGN BY MAY jMANTON. GIRL'S THREE-QUARTER COAT -USC. Coals of light colored as well as black taffeta are among- the smartest of Brail -wraps for little girls and are most charming. The model shown Is in fm the lovely shade known as mastic trimmed with applique of heavy ecru lace V and largo dull gold buttons, but there are many bandings that are equally K good In style. Fancy braids are many and Oriental embroideries are exceed Ingly handromc in quiet tones. The coat Is eminently simple and is loose W and ampl with a big becoming collar at the neck. To make it for a girl of 10 years of nc will be required 5 yards of material 27, 3'2 yards -11 or 2"i HE yai"ds 5- inches wide. A May Man Ion pattern, No. 41S3. sizes 6 o 11 years, UK' will be mailed to any address by the Fashion Department of this paper on re H ccipt of 20 cents. ff. r J. and Mt?. William IT. Bird...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 April 1904

I!! Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers!! . , 1 J in m mi ni ii iiiBhHiinrTrr I; Stock Market Closed ;ji Dull and Weak I 4. I "jNew Merger Contest Cause of Con- ' I ' tinued Stagnation in General I' Stock Market, I t . v ' NEW YORK, April 20. Tho volume of I ,heallngs hi stocks dropped off again to I . ,tfay and tho prlco movement becamo very I uncertain and sluggish. These characlcr I . Jstlca pained In force as the plan of tho I j Imarket pot away from last night's level. j either abovo or below, until the movement J pamo to a standstill and then turned 1 ' feebly In the other' direction. The action pf the market thus plainly Indicated tho i ppornUon of room traders of a small class ' ind of timid convictions. The now dlrcc i on to b-s taken by tho contest for control Df Northern Pnclljc Is the subject most i largely discussed by speculators, and the jrplnlo"n Is quite universal that this over hanging Influence Is the cause of the stag nation In the market. This fe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 April 1904

1 I The Salt Laice Tribune: Thursda y" Moknxng, April 21, 1904. " ' 7 -M ms 'dMmj of Prospect, of Purnaceand oT ml" tS'S FARM GOES TO NEWHOUSE nt Step In. Equipment of on Con. "With n Mill and , j Smelter. ither acquisitlona In (his State jlfNewhouse yesterday added the vans homestead, consisting of 117 irjlanu adjoining that upon which the Utah Con, smelter In Salt MJley, and for v.hh-h he has ob ffiiimsclf to pa no les? than $2V iMsnpport of It an agreement was afihto between the purchaser and Evans and wife. and. with the kibn of a resurvey of the ground jfiifer will be consummated, .lithe significance of the purchase .5ewhousev provokingly, leaves to urc. On the street there were $-many. The more logical is 'Jilch projects a smeller; the other concentrator either or both for Ruction of orea from the Boston fj Bingham, aiessrs. Sehlrmcr tfercomble of Boston, directors of ;tjton Con , Avho were recently in :ere ardent advocates of the pur jPvMr. Newhouse, president of (bmpany, has...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 April 1904

T ,t"j g fHE SALT IKB TBIBTOTE: THURSDAY MOKfr-Qre, AJ?SII- 21. 1901-- . IN FISTIC ARTISTS HAVE jj NOT DEPARTED I J I j Quwman and Clifford Are Still Here I 1 and Declare That They Will Not I ' Be Di4ven Out. I !i ' ' Notwithstanding the recent dcclara- ( don made by Chief of Police Lynch to I i the effect that Jack Clifford and Perry I i j , Quccnan must leave town or go to Jail. I , ' ' hoth men are still in the city and they I !i are not confined In the eity habile. R , I Furthermore, both of the nghlors say j they have no Intention of leaving, since " ' the throat was made to run them out of II town, but they say they will remain H j jiro to vindicate themselves from the I , i-hnrs of fal;c that has been made I .' r.39inat them. Last 'Venln?r neither I man hud been kIvl-ii notice to decamp, I "I and each avserts that he will remain I ; hure for a. while, whether fuch notice in 1 nlven or noL 0 1' "Ve aro not tryhijr to defy the po I i i Mi'e." SfJd one of the fighter." Innt even...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 April 1904

4 1 The Salt JjAKB Tribune: Thursday Moknestg. April 21, 1904. 9. MTILL AT WORK If TO SAVE THE BOYS P I Principals of tho City Schools Adopt ' Resolutions Looking to the Curo (jr. of Hoodlumism. It 'i FTER considerable discussion the I I I A principals of the. Salt Lake City ' ( PUbllo schools adopted a set o strong resolutions denunciatory of he hoodlumism po rife in this city. For ieveral tfeeks the principals have had his subject under consideration and at i former meeting three principals were Lppolnted a committee to draft suitable solutions. At the meeting yesterday 'rinclpal Glllllan held the attention of ill present for more than an hour talk ng on "Some Things Unusual." He howed the unwisdom of using flat naps In schools- and said It was Impos lblo for pupils to get a correct Idea ljtf) the globe and the relation of differ W ent places from a source so misleading. If !As an Instance he proved with a globe that London Is almost directly north of If here. After Mr. Glllllan h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 April 1904

V : 10 "XHE BAUFXlAKE, TBIBTOTB: THURSDAY MORSTDSTG, APTQXi 21, 1904, ill II . (V l CASH RATES . ; 1 1 1 10c per lino first insortion. 1 1 5c per lino each subsequent "J i Insertion. ' mo ad. to occupy less spaco than two linos. t ' Tour "want ad." will bo nc- copted and 'phoned to The Salt l, ,i ! I bo Tribune ofllco at Tognlar V ! TateS by tb followin nGcnta: 'branch offices i Godbc-Patts Drug Co. II 101 Main Streot. u ' j W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., 'l Corner Second South nnd State. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 'l I 502 South State. I , I LEAVES. DRUG CO., Grand i I Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West J ) ! and South Temple. j I H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, I J 511 West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, ' ! corner Second South and Third ' W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, j 11th East and 12th South, Su- gar House. f I' DIED. 1 POWERS-In this city. April 30, 1JKM. of I bronchial pneumonia, Roxanne Marie, i daughter of Thomas and Lorctta Pow- I ers of 707 East First South street, aged 7 years 2 months and 1 day. Fun...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 April 1904

The Salt XiAKE Teibhots; Thitrsdax Moigstg, April 21, 1904. H SECRET SOCIETIES. Lodge No. 2 -vs-lll hold a- special meeting this (Thursday) afternoon at 2 o'clock for M. at degrco work. Masons quallllcd in vited. , . f CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, Secy. I A ARGENTA LODGE, NO. 3, F. fnnd A. M.. will work In tho SI. SI. AWdcgreo this (Thursday) evening at S o'clock. Masons invited. M. C. PHILLIPS, wcretnry. f- MASONS. 'a ARGENT A LODGE NO 3, F. I il nnd A. M At Masonic hall first JCaTTucBday of each month. Members rVo sister lodges and sojourning rthrCFRANX P. SHERWOOD. VT. M. I MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Sccrotary. Fit "WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. P. AND A. VfiM. Masonic hall, second Friday each Jilmbnth. Members of slBtcr lodges and so iJjournlng brother in "ndlmj ln--IvJted A. BROWN. W-. M. IJfA. J LOWE, Secretary. SImT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2, F. AND SI. Masonic hall, second Monday each month. Members of sister lodRea and so journing brethren in good standing in t'Ucd. JAMES II. BROWN. W. M. CHRISTOPHER DIEHL...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 April 1904

j 12 THE SALT LAKE TBIBTOnS: TBXORSDAY MOIOTESTG, APRITj 21, 1903:. jfl !j MIXING POLITICS jj'j WITH RAILROADS , Peculiar State of Affairs Brought ' ( $j About in "Wyoming- by Oppos- ' j jf iug- Party Factions. 1j 1 I i CCORDING (o the Denver Time?, 4 1 ' , A the two now railroads, which are i M I tnc tQl)lc oC s0 much talk and ox- i Jj pectation in Wyoming, aro in !i reality only the factors in a bitter po- i Jitlcal struggle. The Times calls at- ''' " tentlon to the fact that the Chicago ! & Pacific Raolflc Railroad company, Tj which proposes to build n road SOO j I miles long, was incorporated for only , 5100,000. ' Republicans In Wyoming arc divided i into iwo factions, that of Governor J Fonimorc Chatterton and his opponents, n ' J "who aro known as the machine. Some i wealthy Belgian capitalists wci-o In- : duced by the Governor to form a syn- ' dicate, the Bclgo-American Drilling , " i' trust, to develope the Wyoming oil ' o fields and later to undertake thc con- ( j ' st...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 April 1904

4-4- ycfttOyf I J Tk t. -r - H I 120,000 for Woman's Homo. ffi j MS ffl M W 1 ng -f -f4-;fc$:f:f I CHICAGO. April 21,-Hull Houso -f H -A fL, a a. . 1 1 yfST Ka. A. Burglars Get $0000. " I ter? i II lip f Wltfgi I ifi Hi1f1rV 1 tsrii TJJvc. Rill be tho first womans' WkJ J i 1 H J IBS W ffl" 1 11 K 1 f j I II I II II I K cntored by bruslars during th -sr gf IV wJI'JI' 5Wlrf'Jv mrv JMU1 Jl IVJv tjzxt 4- -fc V ( y ( V insurance. T H I N " V s WEATHER TODAY Fair; -wrarmer. 4- 4- 4- 4- 4. 4. 4. 1 pypj,. X37VT. No. 372. Salt Lake City, Utah, Fjriday Moicstg. Aran, 22, 1904. 12 prges.-five Cents fl trtriarch Cannon Creates a Sensation During Second Day of Smoot Inquiry It ANSWERS - !FTER PROTEST fear of Imperiling lis Own Safely, Ifjfned to Reveal Oaths $jof the Endowment if House. Ivin. Cobb Testifies as to Mormon Influence Upon Politics . in Idaho.. m WASHINGTON. April 21. The fea fit ture of toda3''s hearing In the J Smoot case before the Senate T Committee on Privileges and jtions'was t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 April 1904

"J 2- r THE SAXiT XiAmS TBrBTTNTE; FRIDAY MOTTS APRIL 32, 1904. . ' , t child as I paid T did four times durlns ' I ' tho two days. I tore the screen off the J btick window to get In; I had lost tho , I hoy. Tills can be proved by examining I' I j Oie window. ,1 , t - ' Climbed Over the Corpse. 31,8 nrat ltntion seemed to evade a t " question lo whether he had not t m ?! climbed over his wife's dead body In gctlnp In through the window; but be ' . J t - admitted that he had to climb over her rh feet and the foot of Iho bed. "I can t ' v understand," he went on, "why only i part of what I have said has been Ie- J ' ' t "llcvcd. I have acted like a man always j! I ! and there was no occasion for my leu-1 j I In nnythlner but the truth. IC you or f ; i anyons for that matter knew overy- f 7 .. thing J could not be blamed. Another , thing I want to say Is that those men, ( ? 1 7 Jenkins and Evcrrett, Med about mo , i I from beRlnlnj to end. I advise every- j ( f one to bun those men. I ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 April 1904

j The SaXiT Tmtttc Trxbihstbi Fkidax Moicsten-g-, April 22, 1904. 3 I OGDEN 1 jjP 1 TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, ii WEBER COUNTY JURY I FOR MAY TERP1 OF COURT Special to Tho Tribune I K OGDEN, Utah, April 21. Tho following LB persons ha2 been selected to serve on the trial Jury of the May term of the Second K District court: JM George Cottle, Hooper; "W. TV. Crane, 1 Opden; L. F. Moench, Ogden; Sorcn P. m Peterson, TTunLsvllIe; E. V. Clayton. West J TVclir, florin G. JIcnlni;or. Ogden; George fiw A. CnUg. Ogden; E. TV. Wade, Ogden; 11. UX.. White, Ogden; IafayotU Fnrr. West fm Weber, J. E. Bqlstad, Ogden; Herman J. .tsR Craven. Ogdon; Ernest P. Brown, Ogden; tm Alex Tlopgnn. North Ogden; John Bnllin jm -zcr, Ogden; Orson Field. Roy; William B Pcrco, Ogden; O. A. Parmley, Ogdon; Joslah Ferrln. Eden; W. H. Ilnll, Ogden; JJB George E. Maulf. Ogden; W. V. Downs, -rapHuntsvlllo; Frederick W. Kendall. Uln jjif, tali; G G McFnrland, Wilson; Thomas 1L KM Cottle, Plain City. JK Tho Coroner's Jury ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 April 1904

,. 4. HE B-AJjT TjATTTC TRIBimE: FRIDAY MOKNIKrG, APRIL 22, 1904. 111 i; I J'.. lp rilnme. I L , 1 ( Issued every morning by Salt Lako Trlb-, I uno PnbllBhinff Company. PBHRJ 8. I U HEATH.. Publisher and Gsnfcrat Maa- I f' aprjr. J ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I ' , j ' Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono weck.$ .2S B ' I . Dally and Sunday, otio month ....... l-CO I i M Dallv and Sunday, two months I i l f Dally and Sunday, thrc monthn jj.w I ' ? i Dally and Sunday, ono year lj-.oo D i . 4 ) Sunday Tribuno, ono year 2.00 I )( ,) Sundav Tribune, six month l.gj I ij k'l Seml-Wcokly Tribune, ono year i. I , All remittances and butdnesH letters I Jf ehould bo addressed to I l; 1 ' TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, B ' v Salt Lake City. Utah. I 'mM1 S. C- Bcokwlth Special Apcncy, Solo I 1 ,l Eastern Advortlalncr AKont Eastern or- I L flee, 43-44-15-47-18-49 Tribuno Bulldlnir, I I New Tork. Wostorn of lice, GI-ol2 Trlb- I I uno Building. Chicago. I 1 No communication In relation to publl- I ! cation In ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 April 1904

THE SALT LAKE TjpiBTOrB:fFJSrDAT MOXZTCsG, APRIL 22, 1904. 5 5 I leepAre Unshorn I Because of Strike t healers "Want an Advance Because ' of Heavier Work This Sheep 4 W men Have Declined. 2eclal to The Tribune. KRAWLINS. Wyo., April 21. Sheep Intii are In a jjreat turmoil over a Btrlke naugurated by tho sheep shearers, jjarinfir v,aa to begin UiIk week at al hBt every pen in tho county, but at me of the pens tho men have refused jJgo to work, and at all except one jSen, where work was started, they have ipft the pons, and In romp,. Instances mTy a few hundred sheep In a Mock Tore left unohorn. nShearera are contending for a 1 eent jrJbo In wages on the ground that ihe fioecca are so much more difficult f shear. They way that tho past iter ha3 been so dry that the wool Is llown full of sand and the best shears tide will stand only about 250 fleeces, d shearers who have in the past landled from 100 to 150 sheep a day CSV ahear no more than 75 to 100 JCT tne best. Another claim which f...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 April 1904

! j J' e - The saxp Lake 'Tiixbotte: Friday Morning-, apeh. 22, 1904. . Jj lijil News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of jl ' BINGHAM CON. TO jj GET INTO LINE ' i 1 ' Will Begin the Active Distribution of M J 1 1 Brend-Idoneys During1 the Present Yoar. !j While it la not suported by oniclal I tLnouncemont, it is never thdMcss a fact, said a 'local interest of. considerable (,i ! prominence during the afternoon that (J Bingham Con. will, before the osplra tlon of the year, be added to the roster of Utah's dlvldent payers. Capt. Mac ' j I .Vichie, general manager of the plant 5 ( nd propcrticE, who wrs asked to vcri- . fy the statement pleaded that while ho ; could not IntelUrontly anticipate tin action of the directors, the conditions ' of tho mines and the resources of jj the smolter Justify him In tho , j "belief that he would be ablo to pro viso them with means with which to I begin their distributions. At each the J earnings arc piling: up in a manner to j which those who pi...

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