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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

The SaXiT Laice Tiixbthste: Sunday MohisTstg. Jantjart 10, 1904. 29 jflR STATE AGAINST ELLSWORTH '::r I ;Nright by McClurc, Phillips & Co.) sheriff; what's the matter with .JjErou don't look happy." !i$M5heriff of the county, blg-boncd, t,u Kf fellow, had entered hurriedly, t&s scanning the faces o the as !t"5tKie from under the brim of his YtflKu hat. His scrutiny seemed to hJk.Hin no satisfaction. ''HiM anybodv seen Jimmy Ellsworth uRiows him?" he asked at large. Mnswered, and he pushed hlB way door of the dining-room, peering anxiously; then he turned again company In the office. "Jimmy 'Mt'6. come in today," he drawled; SMaln't paw him. It ain't like Jlm flWro back on his word. Durn me! hMfr-plague-taked easy with these rvi'in goln' to quit it; hear me?" UViu ay upon several faces faces Ke. who knew the big Sheriff and IZ, fciy's always kep his word with Ifa vStie officer complained. "He's a Kdjer. But of course this is dlffcr 4di ' Ktiere wa'n't no fit place to put a 5x...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

VQ- ' THE XtAKE XRIBTOTBi SUNDAY MORffnaffG JAKUAB.Y 10, 1904:, .m . FR.OM oPZUNGS .: :: One who 1ms passed through a hun- 3 J drod mining utampedos, who hatj for ', Q thirty yearn watched the rlso and Tall fl oC mining: camps from Athabaska in the II north to Honduras In tho south, nat- I I I urally jrrows conservative and vrary ; ' ivhon told of new discoveries In fields ! I- nlrcady gono over by the. prospeotor; I . . yet from time to tlnio Rome of the n world' greatest mineral discoveries are j I made In fields abandoned by tho pro- I fcsslonal prospector as regions without 1 merit. 1 Years ago the -writer circumscribed I the Groat Salt lake and like many oth- ' I era looked upon It as an area wherein j possibly nitrate of soda nnd other salts might bo found, but ag to the exis tence of oil or asphaltum, It did not seem that there was mifllclent evidence to warrant hope of rich flndu In cither. 'Tla true that near Brlgham City there la found tho outcrop of green sandstone common...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

'IHIlBBBsssseiiBEiiiiBcsBBBBiiBBBiisllE XJQCB JSALT XiAJKE 'XTUDBUjSTE: MOItiSIN'G-, JAaSTUAHY 10, 390 4. J 31 H I3N'S PABK SYSTEM, it of tho Park System of : Columbia, I. Report of iimittce on tho Dlntrlct of -Report of the Park Com-, ITjy Charles Moore, Clork Committee on tho District Govornment Printing Of on. clnboralc -work from Son :halrman of tho commlteo cquest for comment. First will say that the reports style, full", elaborate, and ustratlon of tho clearest cannot fall to understand -ed, thoy are 30 well do ired. And It must bo con :lty of Washington, when mado to materialize, will placo of the world, tho It will be a place In which if tho country will take a they will be fully juatl 1 will all this cost? I? the of a qommerclal people. 1 no anxiety on this scoxo all to bo done at once. It plendld mall running: from t tho west front of tho "Washington monument, atuea, and splendid bulld all the way, on each side, lie structurea, and to be The improvements are to crbund to b...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

! i a SALE F THE BROADEST S0PE HNO GREATEST SHGRIFieES EVER ONID. Mp V j jj M-W t f f f -H H H THIS MIGHTY SALE HAS BEEN A RECORD BREAKER FROM THE VERY BEGISKING. J H44Wm.HH4444Hu j )' i,ast WEEK'S BEOOBD BKEAK- S j People have crowded through our aisles gathering in the woikIl-ous bargains which early foretold that this sale would accomplish the desired effect' of re- goods bold toe cash only iff H' , ING- business far exceeded j dueing our slock to the required point. Another week's selling will accomplish our purpose and we mean to make it a week of money-saving opportunities ' this sale Hi i i N volume ova most liberal such ns Salt Lake has never before witnessed. Orders have gone forth to cut all prices still deeper, make the bargains still "renter H ' ! i oBEnf B quiCk t0 aCt? forilGxt Saturday night will positively close the most remarkable sale iu the history of this cily. The shortness of the time forces us to J1)OTm' JTC K f t fob A greater KECOBD THIS take no thought of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 January 1904

lbteTTd Men's Tailors j , jfk rgA V l I ff tirfk fa tf4 fal l Classified Ads., on I (Ci I I (& 1 Htt ST i i 1 l 1 I I I ' " I)entIst3' on Back PflffC' ln H 5 ' ' QjJjj WEATHER TODAY Snow. !7ol. XJjVI. ?o. 270.-12 Pages Salt Lake City, Utah, Moistday MoiraiffrG. Jastuajxy 11. 1904:, Five Cents. I ftHll 11 Hf H I FV lJIF HF ( HLL REwaRD SHYE $200 IS 1 H r wllli 1 L ullliinLLl twill LuuLu I1L I vie: pmubs j pYSTERY OF STREET E ' JD j I llnf IH le Jper Holds Nothing IK and implicates pJlOne Else? Fear of mishment after Death laRs Down His Nerve. """'JBkl. Shockley, under arrest, for "s'Kpurder of Conductor Thomas Bn And Motorman Amasa Glen-"-'BPthe street-car hold-up oC last ' 'Bway night, yesterday made a full """.Bpon of having committed the ler- Brlme, alone and unaided. The r'Kon came at a time when the po )V flBWtment had played every card them, savt one only the coni- Ktlon to tho prisoner of the fact k" prothero. his roommate, had in .51, against him. This was not told y, Ktl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 January 1904

1 2 the Salt Iaee Tiubtjne: Moxday Moanmra, Jajstuahy 11. 4. I . . . ,. . SrfflD I ( CELESTIALS UNEASY fj China May Become Shvolved ! ': in War in Far East, ; i i j ; j ji FEAR PILLAGE AND fiflUR&ER i, i i Groat (Vllliiary Activity Ro- I ' ported in Manchuria. I! u . !' ' ', Railroads Bringing Troops From I ' Russia Women and Children Prc- I ' paring to Lcavo Ports. I ' ! '. 'PokJns. Jan. 10. Predictions In the nn- i tlvo press that a v:ir Is inevitable nncl 1 1 Immediate iihd (hat China will certainly j 1 be involved aro causing groat uneasiness. I ) Many Chineno fear a repetition of the S ,. rceHcs of plllnce and murder which made i i; the year 1000 memorable. 1 1 li Numbers of tho employees oh the rail- ! 1 6,id between New Cliwang !jm Shhn Ilalkwnu have deserted their posta, Ihink- ' . Ins lhat the .country traversed by the I ' railroad will surely. "bo the scene of the fightlilFT. , Jluporls from Manchuria, arc to the ef- '. ' feet thai there, IP givyit military activity j ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 January 1904

M The Salt ISake xribijonts. aiodat mobotxo, JjLntjart h, 3 'M il flStwAR is ended Wjjtest in Carbon County feNAUY REACH AGREEMENT ijftftgn&nimous Concessions Art Madc by Utah FueI Co y fceady Acquiesccnco on Part of Stri ttjcing' Miners, Who Save for Thom- TmBOCE SPECIAL. Wfrlclper, Jan 10. By magnanimous con tjkKcMlons on the part of the Utah I'ucl TjTrBompany and "ready nccMjIesccncc on inn -SWrt of th' striking miners, a settlement 'iBws been reached by which the most bitter jjHKnd vicious labor .struggle in the history tho State Is practically terminated. Tho , Rght for union recognition, however, will vjKw contlnueil Indefinitely. , Vfcrhe settlement was reached today be llujKwcen G. W. Kramer, vice-president of tho "?'Kbnipanv, and Attorney S. A. Kin? In bo 'P nlMSiIf of tho strikers- It does not affect the IBsfclims of cither contending faction In tho Twfey of an adjustment of grievances, but JjKirmanently settles all financial contro-JSjaJt-s. At the same time, It destr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 January 1904

f ) 4 THE SAXjT XjAICS TRIBTDSTE: MOXDAY MOBOTSTG-, JAjSTUART 11, 1904:. Ws, j i Issued ISvory Morning by Ml ' ; Salt Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company. j ! ' PERRY S. HEATH, I J Publisher and General Mann per. ' ' , Entered at tho Postofflce of- halt Lake li City as sccond-clasa matter. ' i TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. I iJ Dally and Sunday Trlbuno. pne week.? .25 l Dnfly and Sunday, one month Jw ! ij, Dally and Sundav. two months ( ill Dally and Sunday. three- months.... i 1 1 Dally and Sunday, one year i-jw i ' j . Sunday Tribune, one year i I-, Sundav Tribune, six: months .w t , Soml-Weekly Tribune, one year...... l.w All remlttancen nnd business letters i should be addressed to ! TRIBUNI5 PUBLISHING COMPANY, j " Salt Lake Cltv. Utah j I S. C. Jlcckwlth. Special Acency. Sole i, Eastern Advertising Apent. Eastern of- i I nco. 43-H-4K-47-4JM9 Tribune Bulldlnc, New r I Tork. Western office. &10-512 Tribune ' i Bulldlnp. Chi capo. . j ! Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. j 1 Tribune Telep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 January 1904

pFOe CONGRESS .jjgber of Questions for JflRonsideration Senate. SIcHANAN CASE SETTLED $SBl,ni XP0CS t0 RoP8r Canal Mr Treaty Wadnosday. tse Hard at Work on the Big iHB -Supply Billsj One to Come UP TOdny' i'ashiiiBton. Jan. TO. Yt the begin -''S of tomorrow's session, tiie Sena if HL reaunie consideration of the Pen J.i'K and C'armack resolutions for ;m Istlgatlon jof irregularities In tho . . Kofnce department. There are ftlll Ke Democratic Senators who desire to "heard on this matter, and Senator 'Boner lias intimated his Intention to k'e a more extended, reply to Senator . .'Knack's charge that Vostniaster IjReral Payne has been at all luhe VfL'nn la the prosecution of alleged Kite in his department. Theunder .JPlSulns' 13 that this question will not I Allowed to retain Its place before i'J fsenate in its present shape for a fc. " St length of time, as Senator Gor- J i, the leader of the Democratic Sen r has expressed a willingness to 7 !e the resolutions referred to the tofllce ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 January 1904

6 rELE SAXT JbAKE IHIBUlOli MOBMG, JANUARY 11, ;' SNAKE HiVEB'S GOLD Hj Irrigation Enterprise of In H; t'erest to Miners. Hj !! PLACER DIGGINGS WILL PAY Hj Cost of Raising Water Almost H; . I Prohibitive In the Past. H, Chief Engineer of the Twin Falls Land & Irrigation Company f Tells of the Canal. ; l While the big enna! of the Twin Falls ' Lund it Water company in Southern Idaho Is primarily' designed to reclaim 1 agricultural and fruit lands it is likely n zy a certain part in developing the Hj i imnernl resources of the State by enab- H, , ling the prospectors along the Snake river to develop the placer ground on the margin of the stream. Paul S. A. Bickel, chief engineer of . j the Twin Falls company, who regis- ' , tcred at the Kenyon yesterday from H; Milner, Ida., says that very fine gold Hr j is found In many places close to the ,' water's edge. There are spots all along ! the river where miners, working with Hjj rockers, are able to make wages and Hh i sometimes more....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 January 1904

sj Thf Salt 1akid tribune: Monday Mokotng, Jaxuary i , 1004. 7 . - ... . . , OKI IjpSEA TRAGEDY jfc Bodies Recovered SfeKoirj Clallam Wreck, v V 1 UFEB3AT PICKED UP Wpatroiiing Coast Search ing for Bodios. toK Thus Far Recovered Had on iiiSj preservers. One- Being Found jf In the Lifeboat. Jan v-Tlir. t im Albion, .'ii (JKy' from Vli i.' V.inniuvcr this jiVifl pjrkf.i ii. :ir. 11..11 Nt. 1 j( iii. Sr Clall. t. I' ain 1 .I.-- l ! it but 1 n" ' 1 (jiBk'nti'"1 ' 1 sJmthc dn'iihi' r ..f W .1 Harris, the I'iKl Sulllis ..i m'. M I v - Harris her w .i i' ' Vr H. 1 l:-i- . at Croft.. ii ni r Victoria, B C fcJfj'KkD LIl'i: PHI SKUV Kii i.'N Eoat - ' 'denl ly lli" and Ccd from th : Mi' i- Ii vv.is In Hi's -vitbat Ml - ii m - '.Ulna Cnown lo ha Linl.at k 1. Th- bode -itsLKias Hard? nn.l Mi:- Palllr.s had eer'-ers bin kl '1 around t !) m. Mlvs u?Mwas Idr-i till. .1 hv fi ring marked JSjfc mm.'' - n fc; JsHbf ui.v- ,:.7J SEA U ' ' . r. mi kRatrol the t for two da" In bodies. Another body was .up...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 January 1904

8 THE PALT LAKE TlttBTJXE: MOXJAT MOBXIXG, JANUARY 11, 190 4. , l I ! L ASIATIC FLEET OF THE UNITED STATES WHICH WILL SAFEGUARD AMERICAN SNTERESTS IF WAR OPENS IN THE FAR EAST. K j Cruisers Enleigh and Albany. Battleships Oregon and Cincinnati. t Cruiser New Orleans. Battleship Kentucky. Battleship Wisconsin. 'WfL i t sUZMZEZAIj J5VMT& ASIATIC 5QWl&aN "WHICH nj.ju 2LNjrrJ7IZ WWl PQIVEZ?. TxJj& 1J1T7? STATES J2V COgLM VW7Fi& I) P , FINE GHURGH RECORD H 1 Rev. William H. Fish and H' His Good Work. H WHAT ONE YEAR HAS YIELDED , Church Built and Paid fsr, and H: Bebts Wiped Out. People of the First Unitarian Church H; I . Will Hold a Dedicatory . HL Jubilee. At.ihe close of his sdrmon at' the First H: I Unitarian church yesterday morning, H; ' liev. William JI. Fish, Jr., made a state- mont of the financial condition of the fl rchurch which was a source, of gratl- 1 ligation to cverj' member of the .society, H; every one interested In the Unitarian Hp ' jnovement In this...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 January 1904

' The Salt XiAKB Trci jTtntb: 'moxday Mobxestg, Ja:ntjary 11, 1904. 0 H 41i" TABLE AND KITCHENf 7 - : iU0 articles cn the necessarily ab liff topic of food arc carefully pre 3 and based or. knowledge of chem nfl applied to cooklnj; nnd prncllc.il mation derived from actual expert Conducted hy I-lda Ames Willis, ueUe building, Chicago, to whom all iriec should be addressed. All rights vert b. Banning Co.-, Chicago. Hefo menus for three dnys: Bananas. -Cream. Grilled Bacon. aji :whcat Cake?6ofrep - Hohey. ;r Croquettes. Celery. Brown Bread. . Cocoa. Cream of Potato Soup. ) Fricassee. Sweet Potatoes. Little Carrots. Vinaigrette. Tomato Jelly Salad. Jellied App,e-oa-(;e Cream. Wodnesdny. BREAKFAST. Cereal. Cream, rd Liver. Stewed Potatoes. Hot Rolls Coffee, caronl Croquettes. Tomato Sauce. I Fig Sandwiches, d VcnIsonCsleak P' Currant Jelly ' Sueootn,h. -clerv, Apple and Orange Salad. Vpple Snow. Coffee. BREAKFAST. Baked Apples, n Baked Bean Brown Bread. Lamb's Liver a la Terrapin. . Stu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 January 1904

r! 10 The Fait jlajce rniiirasE: moxday jniorxg, January 11, 1904. jfc, I j GEN, PAYNE REPORTS Hi ! Operations of Postoffics De Hi partment for Year. H i Hi BUSINESS ON GREAT SCALE H ' Estimates of the Rovenua fer H ' Fiscal Yoar 1905. H' , ! Expenditures Placed at Oue Hundred H ' and Sixty-Eight Million Dollars; Hj , Deficit at Eight Millions. "Washington, Jan. 10. The annual rc- I l- port of Poatmaster-Gener.nl Payne for j the fiscal year ending June 30, 11)03, was made public tonight. It shows the fol- ' lowing as a result of the financial oper- j atlons of the department for that year, Hj! i compared with the previous fiscal Hj. J'l 1M2. 1903. Ordinary postal vcveaun ... ?119,95S,220.I0 9131.9S-I.535.Q0 I , Receipts from money order i buHncss ' l,SS3,S17.Si5 2.99,905.24 j Total receipts Hr I f r o m a 1 1 h sources 121.SIS.017.K 131,22 1,413.21 H' Total, e.vpendl- H; 1 year 121,7So,C97.07 13S.7S1.1S7.97 j Excess of expen- ' ri I tines over ie- ! ceipts 2,337,6 ID.S1 -I.5C0.04 1....

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

the Salt ajze Titrations: mo:otay Mob2stqs,&, Jajsuajtz 11, 1904-. - if" 1?B SOCIETY NOTICES. SSBLoCIBTIES OR LODGES WANTING . 'Wmnk a chunge should Inspect he new-'W-firfnlBhed and renovated Knights or Ww8mbu hall. Jennings block. For par- I SKSrs sto Stebtenberger, 15 W. 2nd So. ) I' MASONS. SlRGENTA T.OPGK NO 3. F. AND A. k . At Mnsontc hnll first Tuendav ench onth, Mcmbrr? of Kislor ledges and so- Iurrlnp- iirthrcn Invltrd. I FRANK P SHERWOOD. W. MOSES C. riHLI.IPS. Secretary. WASATCH T.OnGB NO 1 F AND A fa?onlc ball, second F-Idny "ncn onth. Member, of slater lodtrrs and no timlng brethren In cfndlTir Jn ted. A. BROWN, W. M. A. J. LOWE. Secretary jfT VORTiH LODGE NO 2 F AND xr Masonic hnll. Fcond Mondnv nch onlh MtoW of Mstnr lodges ind re luming brethren In rnnrt tundlni; ln Md. JAMES TT TtROWN. W.. M. CHRISTOPHER PIEHL, Sccrctnry. ET KAf -vK TFMPI.li A. A. O N. M. , Third Wednesday of ach month. Ma mie hnll at S p. m. All nobles aojourn g Invited C. F JENNTNGS. Potentate....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 January 1904

12 TJTE SAI-T liAKE TlUBTOTE: MOOTAY MOKSTDgG, JANUARY 11 1 190L ft I- -" ' " ii I CITY AND NEIGH69RH03D. :, ,i . i IT Harris left for the East on busIncsH coilnccicd with his SaU Luke house. ' Weather For today, snow.- Yesterday ' In Salt Lake: Maximum temperature, .51 degrees; minimum. 14 degrees. ft C ! A packed house, with all xc" I peeled Hold's band kiBt night at tl 1 , Grand The programme was of the usual : 1 high grade! and Prof. Kent's songs were j heartily applauded. ! !! All the prOeeods from Mellen's skating rink ot the fair gcounds today, both nftei I "coil an" p vciiln?, will go to swell the re M ' l'ef fund for the widows of the two cur- ' men uurdei'od Wednesday . nl6lr Avill be n three-mile skatmB raco "ml 1nwv llKiiro skating by Dr. Hugh Yht trek, John Nelson and Mr. Reeves, besides il rthpr features. KNUTSFOUD HOTEL. I The on plnco for comfort nnd ele- Sj M gance. Fireproof: telephones In every 1 P room; modern In every way. D. J. Sharp Coal Co. ! ' Office, 73 Sou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 January 1904

ndTHING jflfa M&i nrfk - 3 j J ' H A -k AbfaJ U A A 4k jfkS af4. HAY, GRAIN, FEED AND I rf' V WEATHER TODAY Partly cloudy. IH - Vol. XJ-.VI. No. 271--12 Pagbs. Sait Lakhs Oinr, Utah, Tuesday Moenik'Gs Jaktjary 12. 1904, Five Oekts. M jA' , NAMES BOARD B IF PUBLIC WORKS !inees Promptly Con Kfirm0d by Council. IjBA BI-PARTISAN B8BY Klricnt Hewlett Names His S$tandlni Csmmitteos. fgAdministration St-arts Off With Parent Harmony Between the jHfc Mayor and Council. rKi ?aBteOAIU3 OF PUBLIC DORICS. me. A. Wall, chairman, Dum., jKurth ward Klines. 4 JKjJtcphcu Hays, Dem, First ward 4- BpjHiapltallst. 4 ijtCjbcrt Fisher, Dem., Second ;Erd Brewer. 4 PtoMWi W. Rlter, Rep., Fifth ward 'Jntf D. Wood, Rep.. Fourth ward Kvo stock. 4 S "iiijL Bnew City Council held Its first ;lBjv session last night. There was TafrBtrbuIence or discord and the free rMnnances of the last body appear :t3Bfat an end. The legislative cham TjKas filled with a large crowd, prominent men being present, fjjKhe Great m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 January 1904

l ! 2 The Salt Lake Tiobthste: Monday Moknistg, January 12, 1904, ANNUAL WATER REPORT H; j . Land and Water Commis Hj L sioner and His Work. BIG COTTONWOOD WATER H I, Suggestions as to City Rights I in tho Canyons. I j h' I1 i; The Finances of the Departments Hj j During the Year Discussion of H j tj Utah Lake Proposition. The annual report for the year 1903 r, of Land and Water Commissioner Jo- ' soph F. McKnlght, which was com- H; J pleted yesterday, gives a very compre- H' Pi henslve resume of the city's water sup ply situation, and makes some recom- Hj I mendations which may prove oC value j In solving this important problem. In i 1 considering the several possibilities of- 1 ferlng an Increase of the 'city's water Hr I j supply, the report says: Hi; 1 li The irtost substantially promising one of " these appears to be the Big Goltomvood f water. If the city could acquire onc-nalf j of the Big Cottonwood stream (which l1 wduld bo'nearly double tho amount now , l obtained from all...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 January 1904

ITece Saif j&ake TmErorKi Tuesday Mobxtg, Jjjntjart 12, 1904, 3 H - - JIWOT DRAW HIS PAY Twe fflt Give Consent Be j fore Money Is Paid. i 4 RESTRAINING QRBER iSSUED la 5 os sf Ogdon Man Titd Up f" by. Bettor Half.- (Trtf. Frank Carpenter Files Petition 0 L-for Divorce, nnd Has Injunction S Issued to Protect Herself. .' TRIBUNE BUREAU. ") 209 Eccles Building. V 'V Osdcri, Jan. 12 J Frank Carpenter cannot draw Inn pay rem the Southern raclfic company until la wife gives her consent. Yesterday h'c brought suit against him for divorce, ii tha ground of cruelty, and had a re training order issuid, directing the loutliern FocSflc Railroad compnny not nmav Carpenter his wages until dlrect- tfti -o'to do by the court. I FECIAL COMMITTEES NAMED, esldent of Council Designates Mcm bera of Three, 'resld nt Carr of the City Council last ;ht named the special committees on ewalk. light and railroads. The slde 11 committee Is composed of Moyes, o nnd limmett: light committee, Craig, vlson, Iil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 January 1904

! -fHE salt Lake tribthste: Tuesday Mortn'g, Jantjoiy 12, 1904. jrj I ! Issued Every Morning by M ' Salt Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company. j j PERRY S. HEATH, Publisher rind General Manner. ! . Entered at the Postofflce of salt LaKo , j 1 City as second-class matter. ! L TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. j t' Dally and Sunday Tribune, one weck.S .2 ; ,i Dally and Sunday, ono month .w !! i Dally and Sunday, two months 2.OT ?! I Dally and Sunday, three months.... 3.00 it I Dally and Sunday, one year.. 32-w ! lii Sunday Tribune, ono year w Sundav Tribune, six months J.w , nU-WcckIy Tribune, one year...... 1.60 i ,f All remittances and business letters j should bo addrosKed to j TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, i Salt Lako City. Utah I, i S. C. Beckwith. Special Agency. Solo ! I Eastern Advcrtlslnc Apent Eastern of- 1 H' i flee. 43-44-5-47-4S--l0 Tribune Building, New h 1 York. "v7etrn office. 510-512 Trlbuno n j Building. Chicago. ! Washington Bureau 1417 G Streot. j, Tribune Telephone Numbers. i , ! B...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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