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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 April 1904

41 1 XHE SALTlrAJOJ TRIBUKE: ifHTDAX" jOJSTXG, AJPRTL 22, 1904. 7 ' I f Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j jw Securities Suit pefoggs Speculators jL Offending Charged Against ijlhoso Who Prolong the Now II Famous Contest. Vjl JlgVV YORK, April 21. The minds (peculators, seemed to be still be lted' todny over the vista of new 'Ojflopments In the Northern Securl feontest, and the consequence was iff or the most part they refrained Sifoporating. Tho stock market was igt entirely one of ppeclnltles, and Peculiar sroundff on which thin clasH tjlecurltles usually moves were not Jriya manifest The market started jnkrd, led by lTnlon Paclfle, which iyped to bo helped by the granting of jjnporary Injunction by a New Jer 3fcourt against carrying Into effect " in of distribution of Northern Sc s assets. Tho majority vote by Ijrtheni Securities stockholders In of tho plan Helmed to check tho :e In Union Pacific, but It held n tone on the ground that the de the execution for ...

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. — 22 April 1904

8 iHE Salt Xake TKDBTrsaii: Friday Momrpre-, Apkil 22. 190a:. I H p BAD WEATHER STOPS j.jj BASEBALL PRACTICE H M l Snow Shoes and Cnnoos in. Order at 3 U Walker's Yesterday Butte Team H Arrives Tomorrow. H ' I f' Times vrcro dull in random yesterday, H 1 j ' The snow and cold weather provcntwl tho . 11 boys from workins out at Walker's, and H ? J; as tho players have no pymnaslum In H which to llmbor up their muscle?, they H I ' were permitted to loaf. Groups of. liall- H it ' tnnserR could be found nt tho various H ' iHins-oiita" talking naneban .uid wonder- I 1 I J In? whether tho field would bo In uhapo H j I lor tho big gumo with Butte Sunday. B 4 j ,' Down nt the ball park sovornl men were H , f. busy llxlnp t:p the drains and dolnjr every- 1 f thine possible to sot rid of the moisture H ' (hat was dfpoBltud oh tho diamond A eU- ' , ni-sday nlgliL nnd yesterday morning. Ki .. 1 Chances aro that unlctw anotlmr delude . mrlkcw the valley before Sunday the game ' with Butte will b...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 April 1904

THE &AJLT liAKE TRIBUNE: Friday MOKNTSTG, APRIL 22, 1904. . . . g 8 i'' V;:X Thc relation of the nerves and generative organs in women is so close that nine-tenths of the Nervous Prostration, Ner- 1 j ftSrWwlS 'S5 vous Debility, the Blues, Sleeplessness and Nervous Irritability arises frora some derangement of the organism which LSI aHStt j f9X SMWk makes her a woman. Fits of Depression or Restlessness and Irritability. Spirits easily affected, so that one minute fatB HI HH MwJAAm. she IauSns tnc next m5mite weeps. Pain in the. ovaries and between the shoulders. Loss of voice, nervous dys- Rfc Hi WjJ. V MM pepsia. A tendency to cry at the least provocation. All this points to Nervous Prostration. Although you may not fCk 11 Bl IK M 1Plf?v Icnow t m nme out ot tcn this is causcd bv somc uterinc disorder, and the nerves centering in and abctit the EH Q! my Jk organs which make you a woman influence your entire system, Nothing will relieve this distressing condition and HI 1 S ya '...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 April 1904

I ! ("WAIT ADS" I ' , I j : j , CASH RATES I . I 10c por lino first Insertion. I h 1 0c por lino ench. subsequent I ' ' i 1 insertion. I ;ft 2o nd. to occupy less spaco j ! "STout "want nd." will bo nc- I j, cepted nnd 'phoned to Tho Salt I , t Tribune ofllco at regular I j I ; br tho following agents: fi ll BRANCH OFFICES l ! i GocToe-Pitts Drug Co. I lj 101 Main Stroot. 1 '!' il W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., I , I ' ?! Corner Second South and State. 3 1 ' ' f j I SHERWOOD PHARMACY, I f 502 South State. "I U LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand ', I Pacific Hotel. Corner 3rd Wept t , and South Tcmplo. 'W S! H". A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, , H C21 'West Second South. BS WASATCH DRUG STORE, I Ik rner Second South and Third ' 1 35 East , j j W. R. CLARE DRUG STORE, , j; 11th East and 12th South, Su- I ( i iir House. : & & Ij BORN. IANDERSON. Born April lX)th. a son, to , j Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson; mother and , j child aro doing well. I! J DIED. I " HI 1.1 At her residence. 72fi Fifth East, ' Mrs. M, E ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 April 1904

tTHE SAIT Ti&KE TRIBTOTB; KHIDAT MOEOTtfG, APHTX 22, 1904. t x H : , tj WANTED HELP. SfftSII AD DOOR MAN. TURNER jeferrcd Apply C. J. Humphries, Og- S-l:'a.h - - - - jfe WALL PAPER CLEANING. mJeAVE ORDERS AT THE SMITH jfrus company. 'Phono 23S. uS33 jjf CASH REGISTERS. KATOAirAHEaiST "jt'Groshell, sales agent, No. 221 Main at jcpert cash register repairing. Second tlfnd registers always In stock. nlESO IktfEW OR 2ND-1IAND. CASH, TRADE gjtfinns. Sorrenson-Stoutt Co.. 43 E. 2d So. P MACHINERY. ECOtW-HAVMUii AJDMHL 'ifichlncry motors, pips and rail of all few. J. M. Swtm, 336 So. 3rd W. t235 CARPET CLEANING. "mtahcrpe Afjwuilng Co. Carpets cleaned on the floor, fathers renovated. 'Phone 17$7-K. alio COLLECTIONS. TOHN J. WALLACE &. CO., D. F. ITvJker bldg., Salt Lako, colloct debts, any Jktt of U. S. and Canada: prompt ntten Sn: reference, Walker Bros. bank. 1&fcLL DEBTS BOUGHT AND COL Sfeted. 60S Aucrbach bide. U SECRET SOCIETIES. fj, MASONS. tkLABOlUC NOTICE - WASATCH Vm N...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 April 1904

HmHHHIHI -l HH B- 12 ruE Salt Lake TB3tos: Frxday Mojnttg, apkix 22, i9rH. I 1 1 READY FOR THE COLORADO-UTAH DEBATE IN 1 ' College Men Will Tell What U, J ;t They Know of Settling 'rjjj Labor Troubles, 'i'j.jj " ; I Flower of Colorado College l ii jf lebatersWIIl Cross Swords j'j ,, With Local Man, I t. I I ij university of Utah. Expects to Put in 1 , the Fiold tho Best Team of lj Her History. 'II j ; )j I ) Unlvorslty of Utah and tho Colo- I 1 1 1 (5 xndo collego will moot in an liucrcolle- I ( . ; rlato debating contest at 8 o'clock this I . 1 1 evening at tho Salt Lako Theater. ' The question to be discussed Is the most ) difficult that has ovor been debated by 1 1 i the students from tho Unlvorelty of Utah. ' y. It has already 6ervod us tho subject for I ,1, eighteen intercollcglnto debates, during 1 , which time the nogativo and nftlrmatlvo tides havo won out about an equal num- ' j bcr of times. I ! Tho Colorado hoys, when afked what J ' they thought of tho nuestlon, roplicd; ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

M No Unusual Conditions. JW M A dT i S Permits Sunday Baseball H BkWASHINGTON, April 22.-T.on. 4" jSlT I L 'I 1L I X 1 WJiT aJ,IAA. NBW YORK' April ' --Pollc 1H I puss isrx t if Ifcrg Mv t I W II lilHf V tsr: nvcstlgatlon of allegored dcslltu- jf 11 lx 111 if 1 IH 1 (i. P j 1 I I I 1 1 II f Kamc 011 Sunday will Ijo permitted I J - r WEATHER. TODAY Colder. II jyoL. XLVI. S7o. 373. Sajlt Lake Orr?r, Utah, Saturday Mornxstg Aphix 231904-. 14 prges.five Cents ffl fc - - I . - - I , . . ill fhurch Controls in I All Civil Affairs ! lygamy too Hard to prove Iiays Jodge Powers in Washington, itness In Smoot Inquiry views Political His tory of Utah. iixes Specifically to the Thatcher XaKRobcrts Coses as Conspicu- nM ous Examples. JffsHlNGTON, April 22. A thor jfcugh review of Mormon lnter jKcrcnco In political afCalrs In iffbtah was given today by Judge iffpowcrs, the only witness before flSmite Committee on Privileges and Ions in the investigation of protest 'Senator Smoot. ral times effort...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

15- y' Tttr sxtLakjq Trebtjot3: sathrjday MomznsG, AJ?RIL 23, 1904. ; I.' t 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 J .. , VICTIMS OF THE CAR BANDITS. F v -Following' lire the names oC persons the car bandits were known to i'L 0 have murderoil. ' , .. iff! J ' Bamler, Otto, In. saloon of Ernest Spires. July 9.. 1003. W 1 0 La Gross, Benjamin C, In his saloon, August 1st - W . hi 1 Johnson, Adolph, In saloon of Benjamin -La Gross, -August let. I ' ; J Johnson, J. B., motorman, In robbery of Chicago City Hallway barns. J ! 5 AU&StSewa0Jt, Frank, clerk, In robbery of' Chicago Railway .barns. Au- j , z v gust aoih. , , t ,r " , ; 11 J 1 - 0 Oulnn, John, detective, while trying to arrest Marx. November 21st, V U ' Drlscoll J D., detective, wounded by. Ncldermeler in fight at "dug- ''! I 0 out," November 27th. Died December 1st. - ,,,.' ,'Uj Sovla. John,- brakeman, when 'bandits stole . train Mn Indiana, Iso- I!' : ' e2 I' I , : I1' than Marx. He'replicd, "I hope so." i ' ft Marx said, "I am ready." and went...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

1 the sajlt juakk rraBims: 8aturday Mobotn-g, Ajprxl 23, 1904. 3 H i f Happenings of a Day in Utah ) OQ DEN f , I TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, ( 1 ; ?4B "Washington Ave. Telephone 111 S ' police court official entertained by "booser" : Special to Tho Tribune. .' OGDEN, Utah, April 22. Jock Miller Jj furnished much amusement for tho hab j Hues of thr? Municipal courtroom Friday. I Miller was "so gloriously full" that ho , could not bo convinced that ho was not 't In Salt Lake City, and ho told how ho j had boon ordered out of town by Judgu Dlchl and wont to Ogden for a few days i and had Just returned when ho was I "pinched." Ho knew that Judge Howell V was not Juduo Dlchl and ho pointed to B,' Joo Crltchlow and said ho knew ho was j thcro at the tlmo DIehl ordered him from K the Capital City. K Finally Judgo Howell told. MlUcr to look vl out of tho window, which ho did, and 9 then admitted ho must be somewhat Hk "muddled." Ho was scat back to Jail to WE- eobor up. mwt Sf Homer Davenport, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

HH jj! 4 TECE SAXT liAJEE TRIBUTE: SATURDAY MOKEraTO, APRIL 23, 190. . ... H Issued evory morning; by Salt Lake Trlb 1 j J . uno Publishing Company. PERRY 3. BL ' Mw HBA.TH, Publisher and General Man- H !i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. H 1 J IJally and Sunday Tribuno, ono weck.5 .25 H , ..; DalIy and Sunday, one month 1.00 H i t 1 1 Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 H j l Dally and Sunday, threo months 3.00 H i, 4 J -Dally and Sunday, one year 12.00 B 1 ji i .Bunday Tribune, one year 2.00 HH .A 1 ! Sunday Tribuno, alx month 1.00 H r , ' 8eml-weokly Tribune, ono year l.BO H Ijj 5 l All remittances and business letters 1 ( M 1 .should bo addressed to H i i m TKIBTTNU PUBLISHING COMPANT, j 1 "j , Salt Lake City, Utah, H JI S. C. Beckwlth. Special Agrency, Sole H ' , Eastern Advertising Acont. Eaotorn of T W I floe, 43-M5-47-18-W Trlbima Bulldlntr. 1 I h New Tork. Western office. E10-Q2 Trlb- 1 1 unti Building, Chicago. H 1 1 v L k No communication In relation to publl "If"" cation In or busin...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

tke &Axn?YjAK TBmmrEi Saturday MoxctsnzG, April 23, 1904. 5 f PERILOUS TRIP WITH MURDERER (Botha Safe Again in Prison Cell. m Death Sentence Reimpostd If at Great Risk and ft Expense. I -JKLaw Koqulrea That Convicted Slur 19 derer Be Taken Long Distance SBe for Resentence. HfjVY 'NJUST would seem the la-rv MB H j -which necessitates the- ex all pense, hardship nnd danger W entailed In taldngr a criminal several hundred miles to r:o through $JJthe formality of resentencing him. But il that Is exactly what the laws of Utah rif require, and for the purpose o rcflx llfiins the day of execution for the con (Ijfvlctod murderer. Charlo. Botha, Sheriff a. S. "Woods of San Juan county, at 'JjMBrent expense to the State and dlR lcomfort to himself, has complied with 'the law. I1K In complying with this seemingly un flffjust enactment of the Legislature, "ffiBSherirt Woods was obliged to take CMBotha to a little out-of-the-way place IBin the far southwestern extremity of IVthc State, a dis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

! T H j; 111 6 The Samp Lake TrocBinra!: Saturday Morning-, April 231904. . I racing, qpniTiiyn nfw AND 1 ;. I PUGILISM OrVI. I lil !1J,sJ BASEBALL IH,j;;: ELDERS WILL NOT r'jj: PLAY 0. S. L, TODAY I t J Gamo Postponed on Account of Bad I ; Weather Butto and Saints I ( j Clash Tomorrow. I '!, Thero will bo no ball gamo at Walker's I j ), Park this aftcron. Tho contest between I jjj' tho Elders and tho all-star team of tho I ' , ' Oregon Short Lino has been abandoned ' ' , owing to tho poor condition' of tho 1 H grounds. Whllo It would havo been pos- I Flblo to play on tho diamond today, yet It "! would bo In no shape for tomorrow's J J frame with Butto If used by players this ' ' I afternoon. For this reason more than for I l any other, tho gamo was last evenlnc de- 1 I clarod off. f A number of tho boys wero down at tho part yesterday taking a workout on ( , J tho graas Jn tho outflold. WIggs and 123- l sick exercised their winga a little, whllo f n number of tho other players reya...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

Ir 4 -i-TaCEJ XAJOJ XHlOTrNDB: SATURDAY" MOBOTG, AritTL 23, 1904. 7 H KT pLLIAN RANDOLPH HEARST I ATTACKS THE COAL TRUST Kks to Have Congress Investigate the Merger ill of Anthracite Companies. tew -JJjgASIIIXGTOX, April 22. "Tlie At-tyiJgy-Gcneral haa boen brooding over Sjlevldcncc, like ah old hen on a &tfjknob, for eighteen months. He haa .jJafacted In any way and won't let Wpody take It away from him." preeentatlve William Randolph jjjvinit made th(s statoment before the jqXj Committee on Judiciary today, jjSfrgiilnff for a favorable report on OSjresolutlon calling- on the Attorncy (T'Fral for the evidence ajjalnst thn eiraclte coul carrying railroads, 'Sn Includes the report of the United a jeti District Attorney for the Bouth "Sj jSlntrlct of 2sTew York. .Dm? HearsL occupied tho attention of fccommlttce for an hour, In tho first 'Uilinont ho has made In his capacity 3jmember of tho House. Ho re DjSrcd in detail the proceedings inatl tttt by hlmfelf against tho railroads rT...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

j: 1 1 8 ' '-P3 SAXTliAKB TRXBTOTB: SATURDAY MOIttMG, APIOX 23, 1904. jl jiii p'WANT ADS"" j U) CASH RATES 1 ' p IOc per line first insertion. I J v 5o por lino each subsequent I I 1 ! Insertion. I 4( No nd. to occupy less epacs .( i I tinn two lines. I j "Sour "want ad." will be ac- I :l ! pted and 'phoned to The Bait I f 1 , i Lake Tribune office at regular I jl j , I rata by tho following agents: i f 1 ' BRANCH OFFICES I 1 I i f; Qod be-Pitts Drug: Co. I ! 101 Main Street, V, ).t W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., I '(, Cornor Second South and State. I , ,;(,k SHERWOOD PEAEMACY, I I : i; 802 South State. I 'A LEAVER DRUG CO.. Grand j; Pacifla Hotel, Cornor 3rd West l, and South Tempi o. U; I H. A. HANSEN-, DRUGGIST, , Cll West fiocond South. 1 i WASATCH DRUG STORE, J j corner Second South and Third 1 1 East. ! . j, W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su- , gcr House. ; ... & i PETERSON". At tho family home In Salt jiko. April 22, 1?04, Clarence E., son oC Peter O. anil Magg...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

i i iff The Sait Hakh Trxbuots.- Saturday MomrarGi-, aphil 23, 1904. - T H SECRET SOCIETIES. HjT ARGENTA LODGE NO 3, F. sTfiA and A. M. At Masonic hall first 31C3r Tuesday of each month. Members ,sf7r of slater lodgos and sojourning Hrelhrcnnvlted BHBRWOOD w. M. JgjMOBES C. PHILLIPS, Secretary. StfWASATCH LODGE NO. J. P. AND A. Sir. Masonic hall, second ,FTlday each -SSonth. Morobers of sister lodges and so- jfen brclhcr '"abrow. w?sin" ggA. J. LOWE, Secretary. $fcT. MORIATI LODGE NO 2. F. AND HII M. Masonic hnll. second Monday each Jonth. Members of sister lodsea and so-JSfeurnlng- brethren n good standlns in I? Jted. JAMES H. BROWN. W. M. CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Secretary. 5?EL KALAH TEMPLE, A. A. O. N- M I.T Third Wednesday of each J"001"-. J?nIo hall at 8 p. m. All nobles sojpurn- jj& lnv,tedc F JENNINGS, Potentate. mfjL BROfWN, Recorder. 5M WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. VfDESERET CAMP 406 MEETS KVBRT Trlday night at a o'clock In Knights of SiPythlas hall, TCI Main atrcot , JIwm. F. LANO...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

' . 10 j'HE BAITS' lAKJB TRIBTOTE: SATTTOPAT arOBimTG-. APBIIi 23. 1904. . 1 ill UTAH DOWNS COLORADO IN DEBATE 'J t 13 WIN MRS 1 1!: 0. of 0. Students Meet 1 1 . I Worthy Foemen. I , ( r N 1 j Arbitration of laber Disputes I, ! thb Point at Issue in m i Discussion. ! j I yisiting Students Put Up a Strong f I Caso and Win Ono of Thrco 1 1 Local Judges. ! . fc 1 'I That tho adjudication of disputes be- , l twccn employer and employee should bo I ) ! made a part of the regular administration i I of Justice was proved to tho " satisfaction , f ' of a majority of the Judges by tho U. of U. j, debating team last night. I loaded with charts und books, the 1 1' picked roprcsontatlvos of Colorado collego i came to Salt iako to show that tho legal , j adjudication of labor disputes la nolthor '; Just, practicable nor expedient. So welj jl did they present their side of tho ques- .1 tlon that they convinced ono of tho x j judges, a lawyer nnd statesman, of the , j truth of their contention. ' ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

l TKB SAIrliASB TKEBTCTN38!; SATTXRDAT MOKNTSTG-; APBIIi 23, 1904. jlB Ridden Italians 'J Fire on Guards Aljnjrujilludo of Bullets Probably Harm ilw less Mother Jones's Visit Hay QdWw Cause Bloodshed. $fcflpclnl to Tho Tribune. Hfr ASTLE GATE, Utah, April 22. ' ail This morning a body of coal cora pany guards was fired on by Htjjg Dtrlklng ItaJlane, about one mild 2l.ljrlilOTC town. The fltrlkeru were in hld- klE among tho rocks along the canyon, ifhe guards returned me Are, and In WkiM Qbout thirty shots were exchanged, I vi11' B0 ar n3 known, no one was ln '1 "or lI? re1' .T'&flDuring the past few days the strikers , ffijjj&.yg become very rootless and are -fii'iireatenlnfir all kinds of trouble, hav- ' mfg been worked up to this point by nmi-jfie presence of "Mother" Jones, and hs.jaln attempt made to keep her quaran jvjfhcd on account of her having been ' VJiKposcd to amaJIpox. Deputies have (en bringing In Italian strikers from round the hills all day who seem to f4ijB ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

pfVPB ssHMHEHHLHIHi . , XECE JSAT7T JCvAKE TKTBXJKE: SATtERDAY MOK2STGSrG-, APKITj LW. fi. News of Mine, of Prospect, of Ftir'iiace""'aii'd of '" Mill II j,; THE 'BRANCH ROAD ' , -: INTO NEWHOUSE I J j ,, Mining1 Company Places Nearly I J1' j y $100,000 to the Credit of the I 'M San Pedro 1 l! I I J 1 With which ta pay for tho construc- H 5,) ) tlon of a branch line o railway be- I j ' twccn Frisco and tho town of Ncw- I 1 ( j house, a stretch of 7.04 miles, there "was, I ' v I i at 2 0'c)ck yesterday afternoon, placed I by Samuel Newhouse to the credit of I ,.1 ) tlie San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake I .1 1 railway company, a check for J99,(JSS 05, I 1 ; )'t this corresponding with the estimate I , , 1 suhmltcd by the engineers on the cost I ( J , , of the extension. Immediately the com- ! 1, , pany was notified by McCornlclc & Co. ' ' . of the big deposit, assurance was for- 1 ' jwarded . Mr. Newhouse by the local , management that construction will be , ! Inaugurated wi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

XJED5 C5A3jT JLxAJCE XraBOTTE: SATUEDAT MOKSTJG APRIL 1904. H in I Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. J tock Market Still Dormant jMgolume of Dealings Declined Inter W mlttently to Point Nearer Km to Stagnation. jNBW YORK, April 22. No Incident In tlio day's news today proved nn inccntlvo Hp operations In stock, and tho volume of qjle&llng3 dcalmed successively to a point SaEearer otagnatlon. Neither was It clear .Ifthot any posltlvo diacouragcment to spcc jfinatioa waa offered by tho daya nows. IjTho trading public was, however, Indifter lflt and almoat Idle. Some of tho usually 1fcotivo clocks d(d not movo at all, while Of&thcrs did not open until late In tho duy. :jlOn tho other hand, thoro wero a number let specialties Quoted' which may remain fpormant for days at a time. This Is a Iffoaturo of tho prosent market. Thcro Is lnq general condition to explain their jtxnovemcntH, which must be traced to an itndlvldual causo In each case. Tho nd HLvaiJClnp te...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 April 1904

' The Salt Lake Thibtjite:!Satiirdat Moknxng-j April 23, 1904k 'lU I;: ; j) Frank P. Rose Shot to Death Behind Prison Walls i f for the Cowardly Murder of His Wife Last Christmas h 1 . m PENALTY PAID I FOR FOUL DEED I ; 1 ! Rose Went to Death I-Unshaken. H j V Three Bullets Pierced His H: Heart and Death Was H' jj.j Instantaneous. , , Criminal Makes a Long, Rambling ! Statement to His Guard, Claiming ! ! ' 'Credit for Many Crimes. jT RANTC P. ROSE Is dead shot Hl 1 BU through the heart in tho yard of ( J tho Utah State prison at 10:10 o'clock yesterday morning. When that bright-eyed, chubby baby ' boy was found starving whcro ho was J left to starve by his murdered moth- ar's side, the doom of his father was fl sealed. When consclcnco mado the man ' coward, fate pursued hlra, eager, anx lous, relentless, until ho marched to jail, and his end was certain. 1 When he sat In his lonely cell, crlng- Hl ' ing in dread of the future, when no mortal was near; quaking in the Hi shadow of the...

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