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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 April 1904

m 4the SaXiT iAke Tribtoste: Mootdat Mobotng, April 25, 190. 9 I pOB SAIE REAI ESTATE. CfiaTaR V i, rf TO-r n b or an S. 7. 6, 5 or 4 Lmod' houso,' wo on suit you, Wo SliSvc a great many that ara nod Died iSmt the owners are quite anxlbus to ffi of. Vacant lots, acreage, orchards, tracts hay. grain and stock Tours for business. Rcgo Realty fw.So.. Rooms 1G and 17. -Phono jC. B 'ARB IN THE BUSINESS. Sough wo sold two chicken ranches Scefc" wo i still have a few left. But cS onl7s miles from town, 3-rm. libarn. chicken coops, flowing well, IJIOOO takes It; terms, icres. C miles from town, a gift. S on car line, Cheap? Well. yes. vvou know, wo can sell you a brand :rm. house for $10 per month? Why "uknow that wo can sell you a nice ' house and lot for J550. d another ono for 5S50, including 4 fflowlug well, etc? i havo a long list of places we would to tell you about; or tnko you out d Maralla B. (2:2S) nnd show you. iGMC RlcWer Co.. Km. 4. 131 So. fat over Bon Ton theater. 'Phone. H-h...

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. — 25 April 1904

I j 10 The Saxt liAKE Tribtote: Moxday Moknintg April 25,1904? I DIAMOND ROBBER I TRACED FROM ZION I JTJuilline; Story of Young Burke, H Who Served a Tcnr in, tho H Utah Pen. I 11" OFFTCTT, In his book, "Trim Do- I fal tectlve Stories from tho Plnkor- I ill wn Archives," includes the ' story of tho Pollock diamond I , robbery and runs Mb lines back and I lorth through Salt Lake in a way to mako it of special lntorcsC to people H here. The writer says; H Tho Pollock Diamond Bobbery. I "There were thirteen men In tho I smoker of a train on the Sioux City & Paclllo railroad when. It drew out of Omaha at C o'clock on Friday evening November 4, 1S92, and started on its eastward run. Among thoso thirteen, I sitting about half way down tho aisle, H enjoying a good cigar, was W. G. Pol- lock of New York, a traveling solcb- 1 man for W. I.. Pollock & Co. of tho same city, dealers in diamonds. In the inside pocket of his vest ho cnY rled 115.000 worth of unout diamonds, H while a leat...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

cSaOlj S M y T W jteJ M . H Blanket Mills to Resume. f -m H 1 1 IM W I f c B I o . Bfll t ffh bl T I ft If Tfllrf foil W & : :rS : I -faO opcnith ls. , J ( )9 I V7 y NT 'NT -sNyv . vvyvvy congress wore burned today. I f-fttt-t-tttttttt V V. - V. f WEATHER TODAY Showers. ' tiVOIi. XL. VI. NO. 376. SAJjT LAKE OlTY, UTAH, TUESDAY MOIGSTDGk APRIIi 26, 7.904, 14 PHGES.FlVB CENTS I ! )PED GIRL WAS PLEASED hen Jury Convicted Former Lover. inty-Five Thousand Dol- iar Judgment Didn't Satisfy Her.' i er of Young Abeel Spends For- itie Trying- to Keep His Son I i Out of Prison. paJ to The Tribune. 3W YORK, April 25. James Nel iion Abeel was arraigned for sen Hence for forgery today. He was Unconvicted last week for forging jfeame of J. B. Van Every, presl npt the "W estern Union Telegraph " why, to a letter of Introduction to i-EIeanor Anderson. The maximum Ity for forgery in the third de- is live years In prison. "Unless ! :ourts Interfere, the young man s receive his .punishment; hut it ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

B 2 TECB SAIT LAKE TJHBTZKE: TUESDAY MOMIS APIUGL 26, 1904. t I Di:l)oIa. But he sulci absolutely noth ing sensational, and, If his answers had nny weight either way, It was rather on the sldo o the church. The greatest period of prosperity In I Utah, he teatlllcd, was during the years I 1SS9 and 1S90 and the past three years. The llrst period he attributed to the efforts of the Liberal party, ihfi last to I general causes -which have prevailed throughout the country. During these , periods Salt Lake and Ogdcn made wonderful strides In material, social ! end educational ways. Attempts were made to prove by him that Judges have refused to Issue war rants for polygantlsts and that court officials have declined to serve such documents whon Issued, but Judge Powers lenew of no such cases. He was questioned as to the educational developments of the State, and par ticularly with reference to the control of educational Institutions, but with out any damaging results to the cause of Senator...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

JUDGE MORSE m HAS A BUSY DAY ' Shockley Gets More Time and a Large j : Number of Criminal Cases Are n Set for Hearing. S : ,, ASSING of sentence upon James ijj U'MJ M. Shockley. the convicted jj J jT murderer of Amaasa L. Gleason, H j has been continued until Monday, C& ' Way 2nd. The continuance was granted J i yesterday by Judge Morse for the pur- i pose of giving the defendant's attorneys i.llme to prepare and file affidavits in rjj ; : iupport of the motion for a new trial. - 1 At the time set, the arguments on the i motion will be heard and the prisoner iji J i rontenced. ei ' A large crowd was present in the .courtroom to catch a view of the V ! -prisoner, who was brought in by H I Deputy Sheriffs Cowan and Smith. I f Shockley was neatly attired in a dark V Oicolored suit of clothes and appeared I ' ;much as usual On motion of his at J i torney. H A. Smith, the continuance II i ror one week was granted by the court. J The case against Shockley for the I i murder of Thomas ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

B . iMBBWMBMMIfllMB The saot Hake Tbibtote; Tuesday Morans, ipitrL 26, 1904. I IsBUod every mornlnc by StUt Lako Trlb-, uno Publishing Company. PERRY 8. HBA.TH, Publisher und Ganaral Man- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono week.? .26 I Dolly and Sunday, ono month l.w Dally and Sunday, two month?) 2.00 i Dally and Sunday, thre months ..... 3.00 , Dally and Sunday, ono year --jjjj Sunday Tribune, one year 2.00 Sunday Tribune, six montha LOO I SemMveokly Tribune, ono year 1-60 All remittances and buolnB3 lottors I should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lftko City. Utah. S. C. Beckwlth. Speolnl Aponoy, Sole Eastern AdvertlHlnic, Acenh Eastern of fice, 4S-M5-47-I3-49 Tribune Bjilldlnff, Now York. Wostorn ofilcn, 510-612 Trib une Bulldlnp, Chicago, No communication In relation to publi cation In or business for The Tribune should be addressed to any individual or officer of this corporation. Matter relating- to publication should be addroBned to the Edit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

m The Salt Lake Ttubtote: Tuesday Moknung, apeil 26, 1904. 5 H 1 HARRIMAN PARTY i COMING TO ZION i I i. The Great Promoter Talks of the Work Blocked Out for the Sys i ' tern in This Section. B Special to The Tribune. . jvENO, April 2J, 13. H. Harriman. ('If William G. Rockefeller, James ' ? I Stillman, Robert GooleU Whitley ' Warren arid J. N. Hill arrived in i Reno last night in their private car, , which remalHwl here until this morn- Ins, when the party continued to Sparks City, where Mr. Harriman in f epected the Immense railroad work now i . In progress at that place. j The railroad magnate was not In a j ' very communicative mood regarding ' the intentions of his compnny, hut ex r pressed himself as greatly pleased with ' the signs of prosperity in this city, as t well as at the new town. The work seemed to be perfectly clear to 3Ir. Harriman, although this is his I first visit to Reno. I . "The work is being rushed as fast as 5 ' we can possibly do It," said Mr. Harri j jnan,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

q The Salt Lake Tkebttne: Tuesday Mokning-, apiux 26, 1904. j 1 1 pusm SPORTING NEWS baseball J I, PACiFIG NATIONAL PENNANT RACE ON Boise and Salt Lake Cross Bats This Afternoon tit Walker's Butte Opens at Spokane. nr HIS afternoon at .1:30 the race for EJ the Purlllc National league pen , fl nant begins. At that hour the SalL I L ike and Bolso clubs will como to ut ttar-r on Hie diamond at Wnlkcr'B, while iho Spokane and Butte aggregations cJasli on the (rounds of iho former cHib. "Honest John" McCloskcy a bunch ot lialltossiors arrived In tho. city ycatordtt afternoon and 'arc prepared to dp attie with the Saints today. The Infants tuo a jiood-looklns aggregation, and those whn claimed that Boise would have Uio woaK l team In the league will nrobabl bo Kiirprlscd when they see the Babes In ac tion once. Following-Is the pcreonncl of the Boleo trnm Mencfee, Weaver, Elscy. Hums. MeFarlnnd. O'Connoll, Hammond. Blcw rtt. "Johnnie" Wand, McKovltt, Stnrkell, llnnFcn and George Babbitt. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

J! The S-Air JuAKE Trlbtote: Tuesday Mokning-,. April 26, 190. T IfHappenings of a Day in Utah I og den SSfsilIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, NAL SCHEME ENORMOUS, 5 SAYS AN OSDEN MAN I clal to Tho Tribune. I 1DEX. April 25. Vice-President niul i rol Manager ". ir. Wattls of tho lj fi Construction company returned y?s- y from a trip to Pannma. Mr. Y"at jrent there to Inspect the route of tho wred Panama canal, with a view to (ins on the work. Mr. "Vattt3 reports : while tho Job Is not a difficult one $ ft an enormous one. Mr. Wattls did I fitato whether or not ho would bid d! itho work. This will depend on tho toit of tho commissioners as to tho 1 Hot canal desired and whethor or not v company hns work enough to keep It 3 r hero when tho bids aro aslced for. A icanal will be 43 miles lone, 21 miles l- ivhlch will bo dredging at tho ends. T Watt Is .statt'8 that nearly. If not all '2 heln and material will havo to como i n tho United States. As to tho san- iK conditions of tho Isthmus he states ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

o The Salt Lake Teibtote: Tuesday Moeotxg. Aprix 261904. J IWANT AdF' CASH RATES 10c per lino first Insertion. 6c per line each, subsequent Insertion. No nd. to occupy less space than two lines. Your "want ad." will be ex cepted and 'phoned to The .Salt Lake Tribune ofQco at regular rates by tho following agonta: BRANCH OFFICES Godb-Pitts Drug Co. 101 Main Street. W. H. DAYTON DRTJG CO., Corner Second South ftnd,SAt SHERWOOD PHARMACY, G02 South State. LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific Hotel, Cornor 3rd "Wct and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, CJ.l "West Second South. "WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third East. W. R, CLARK DRUG STORE, 11th Enst and 12th South, Su gar House. I) EUNERAL NOTICE. I DIXON The funeral services of Richard A. Dixon will bo hold this morning at 10 i n clock at O'DomirMl's funor.il chapel, 2C9 South West Temple. Interment Calvary I oomctery. Friends Invited. CONNELLY Tho funeral of Michael i Connelly will he held from O'Doiinolla funeral chapel...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

THE SAXiT XtAKE TKEBTOTE:iTUESDAY MOIUSnOSTGra APEIL 26, 1904. 9 I fjgk rOB SALE REAL ESTATE. ITlARGE GROUNDS, SHADE, FRUIT ftrees, barn, chicken run: fi-room house; S in. at a bargain. AddrcM L IS, Trlb unc. 1 S J B MECKLENBURG SKILLFULLY g ! i3,J1 PRESIDES OVER THE ?J ARCHITECTURAL DEPARTMENT Vt : Am-" OF THE "RE AVIS i ; SYSTEM." h . Fow men have the faculty for deslgnlnc; i8 'ns Ptronglv Intrenched In their brains and I ihands na Mr Bernard Mecklenburg, de-nlgncr-ln-chlef for J, Donnan Reavls. 2? "'The Reavls System" designs combine i? Seamy, originality and practicability, and Reflect great credit upon Mr. Mecklon- 'burg, who Is one of tho war horses of the iyRenvIs Syatoni." ? j ROOMING-HOUSES. J aScc GODDARD, under Walker's Bank. . u2113 f SPECIAL BARGAIN SALES. J T Avenue lots near 8th East. S4&0. wJ; J Now 4-r bricks, close In, II COO to $1S00. 'L3 tt6-r br, cor. lot and barn, only $2250. f si fsouthwest, very neat 5-r, snap, 51100. ai? a 15 neat and now pressed brlcka,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

: 1 WilW 10 The SAiiTliAKE TjRJBTrNTE: Tuesday Mobstdtg. April 26, 1904. IWAS UNIVERSITY SIDENTJLAIN? Coroner Is Proceeding on That Theory. Alfred Pettrson Did Not I Die of Exposure, as j Supposed. Nate Found on Body Indicates Sui . cldo, but Tbero Are Coiu- 'i . plications, j TfflD Alfred Peterson, who was Gup 1 1 jHjsod to hnvo died from exposure. i J commit suicide, or was ho slain by somo Insidious enemy who sought lo conceal his ctimo by- leaving on the body nvldenccs that tho young: college studont had taken his own life? This in the prob lem which Coroner Frank If. Clark and hit; Jury are now attempting to solve. 1 Complications In connection wIUi tho I finding of the body on tho mountain sldo Sunday woro presented yesterday when tho undertaken found In the Inside pocket of tho coat taken from the corpse a note, which reads as follows: February 1WM. To "W horn It May Concern: hereby give notice that I am going to I, quit this sphere of action. Thcro are three ronsous, first b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

,J KHB SAIFXjAKE RXBTOsTE: TUESDAY MOEOTN"G, APIUL 26, 1904. JX I H New Book Defends !S r John P. Rockefeller s i l Volume Sent Freo to Ministers Gives g . Standard Oil History and Busi m ness Methods. I ; STj . wrVHILADELPIIIA, April 25. John D. f r 3 Rockefeller has caused the pub- vT Hcatlon of a book called "The Rise S 1 r' and Progress of the Standard Oil wll. Company," by Gilbert Holland Mon- rW Every member of the clergy in Phll adPlphia lias received a copy of the l book and it is said that every mlnls Vtf ler in the United States there are ico.000 of them will receive a copy. 5lw Tlie preface gives the public and the llH ministers to understand that the work 5jmr is a compilation of papers previously jR published in Harvard University's I IK Quarterly Journal of Economics, and ,n t contemplated years ago. i I But for the wholesale free list, "The Jl ! F Rise and Progress of the Standard Oil Company" might have deluded the i ! critics into thinking that It was an ll i indepe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

. TwsrEAUL JuAKE TBIBtJKES: TUESDAY MOKMEG APKEL 26, 1904. J. I News of Mine, of ftospectTof Fiiraace'' and' 'oTS) IS ALTA'S QUINCV J STRIKES IT RICH J Manager Colbath Opens Up Big Oro Body in a Drift on the Mnin j Contact. l ij Of the olio of senaationaJ strikes that 1 have characterized the reawakening at Alto, none are more sensational than j' that with the particulars of which Alex Colbath has just arrived from the prop ji crtlo.s of the Alta-Qulncy, after plough '. Iiir his way through snowdrifts that i have been reared to all kinds of heights, i It was after cross-cutting the country for 600 feet with a tunnel that the I contact between tho limestone and por phyry waa broken Into, and upon this drifting was at once begun. A few , shots and the wealth which Mr, Col- bath assured his associates awaited them opened up like a June rose, the i ores, an ultra-sulphide, revealed on top, sides and bottom of tho drift and showing an average of 11 per cent cop per, 30 ounces silver, 52S...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

1 TEGE Jx&KE RLBOTTB: TUESDAY MOBOTNTG, APRIL 26, 1904. w fl Ipay With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. lock Market ' i Extremely Dull Ividences of Much Wenkness Com- f pared to the Conditions on 'Change Last Week. NEW YORK, April 25. While the stock iarket of today continued extremely dull cre wcro evidences of more posltlvo cakness thaii In the stagnant and droop ig; market of last week. The weakness Icmed to spring- from United States iocl preferred, which was very freely 5a from the outset, with marked sym ithotlc effect on the whole market. The urce of thl soiling was not clearly un wrstood, but It was attributed to Pltts irg account, nnd was supposed for that NMon to be based on unfavorable devel- tmcnts In the trade. The unfavorable vclopments were not divulged, although lire wcro reports of another proposed irgo purchase of pig Iron from outside, roducers by tho United States Steel cor iratlon. ,lt was rumored also that the affairs !the syndicate for concertin...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 April 1904

H 1 4 THE BAUF YiAITPi 'XeiBTOTB; TlJESBAY MOKNUsTG-, AJPHIL 26, 1904, I TWO VICTIMS ' Happy Utah Home !s I Broken Up. Hjj Mrs. Matthews and Her Htis Hji band Quarrel as a Result of Her Testimony. Hj , They Separate and Aro Now Running Hr I Opposition Hotels in Marysvale, H'j in Southern Utah. 1 ! I TV NE haPPy Utah home has been broken Hm up as a result of the Senatorial In- Hli fi B vestlgatlon lino the Smoot case ( -T and It was not a polygamous home. i A late arrival from Marysvale In Pluto county tells the story. Hj I Ono of the witnesses before the commlt- Hj ! tec was Mrs. Emma Matthews of Marys- vale, who accompanied her daughter, Ma Hj bel Barber Kennedy, to Washington and testified as to her daughter's marriage, j Mrs. Kennedy was quoted In the newspa- pers as having said that she Htlll believed in the truth of the Mormon religion, al 1 though now the wife of a Gentile. The Gcntilu In Question Is Chnrllc Mat B thews, a well-known and popular citizen HL I of Marysvale He wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 April 1904

m4- p4 , y y i? M : H Mrote to Catholic Powers. CT-fF . L I.L J 7 1 1' Jk Lunched With "the Prinoe I pi p Malt Ink wwmit. .mm I iP V S V.,. " - WEATHER TODAY Occasional ralna. rkK B Yoii. XL.TII No. 1. Salt Lakts City, Utah, "Wednesday MoKsrore, April 27, 1904, 14 phgbs.five Cents I iD A HOLE IN THECUT-OFF riow and Party in Salt Lake. ijial Train Was Stopped for Hours by a Sink : in the Lake. Promoter Laughs at tlia Idea o siidonlng' tiro Short Cut Talks I ardedly of Bailrcnd Matters. AiFStfJIDBNT K H. HAPJRIMAN 19 "land party arrived last night In Ills special trahi. After Inspect ing the cut-off, they came direct 5t Lake, only waiting1 In Ogdcn 'enough to take on Dr. George "ft". Ins, division surgeon of the Sou Hi ll Pacific in Ogdcn. Dr. Perkins was II "ng at the depot In answer to a rions by telegraph from Julius tschnitt, He hoarded the train and fon to Salt Lake. I jwas 10:15 last evening when the ' !came In, although It had been ex 5 1 before S p. ni., allowing for a 5. fsto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 April 1904

2 ' The RattTjattk IkrourcE: Wednesday MoEmT&i April 27 1904; j III tho ball down to head him off, but no I imo was there, so Weaver rambled on to H third. McKevitt lined out a two-sackcr. U his second oftonnc. and "Buck" marched In homo. Tho next two men went out and I AIcKovJtt was left on second base. K When tho Sun Crime. Out. In tho sixth Innlntr tho EldciB mado an irfort to redeem themselves. GImlln got ii to first on McFarlnn'9 error and a mo- , mcnt later "Warhorso" Hauscn swatted iho ball for two bases. Trying to catch Glm nt tho plate, Ward threw high and wild to Hanson. Hanson chased after tno 'l ball and mado an effort to nab Hausen. If who had taken advantage of the wiui L throw and was speeding: home-ward, ills arm was too strong1, howovor, and no I mlsed McFarlan at tho plate by at least A four fecct. , )' The best the Saints could do was Uo tallies. Weed had already struck out and fl uftor Hausen and Glm scored. Bert, pei- M mas struck out and Kellackcv perished ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 April 1904

K rEteE BAFJV LAXE TRIBIJE: WEDNESDAY MoKNTNG, APRIL 27, 1904 . o H K - O BBM 1 BATTLE RAGING ON YALU RIVER I Japs and Russians in a Fierce Fight. Mikado's Soldiers Commence a Move to Cross the Big Stream. I Czar's Warship, the Borodino, Will Soon Be in Shays to Aid Crippled Navy. T. PETERSBURG, April 26. "W The Emperor has received three i l official dispatches, two of which are understood to relnte to fighting on the Ynlu rivov. It is believed in militnvy circles that the Japanese have commenced Sill a movement across tho Yalu river. Wofi The report h.it the Baltic fleet ijjfjt' is to leave Libeau Thursday for the mif - Par Enst is incorrect. Some of the 3 ships are just going into commission, jE and those being completed, cannot be s finished b?forc July. The report may Bo attributed to the fact that some school ships are going out to train J the naval reserves. The Borodino Si (battleship) left the Admii-alty works "5 w; today for Cronstadt to receive her B $ armor and heavy gun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 April 1904

I T ' 4 TEDS SAIT TRIBUTE: WEDNESDAY MOKyEG3 APRIL 27, 1904, , f j 7 t ! IcHUirt evory mornlnjr by Salt Jl Trit ur.o Publishing Company. PERRY HD A. Til, Publisher anu Genial Idon j ay.r. ji TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. J Danv and Sunday Tribune, one .25 Daily and Sunday, one month i-w ! Dally acd Sunday, two months J.w i Dally and Sunday, thre months s.w I DaUr and Sunday, one year Sunday Tribune, ono year Sundav Tribune, six inonthB - Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year All remittances and business letters A should be addressed to 8 TRIBUXB PUBLISHING COMPANY. I Salt Lake City, Utah. H. C. Beckwlth. Special Ajrency. Solo j Eastern Advertising Agent. Jstera of I flee. 3-l-l-I5-7-S-43 unJft"VK3& X Now York. Was tern office. 510-513 Trlb j une Building. Chicago. I No communication in relation to. nujll i cation In or business for The Tnbuno I should bo addressed to any Individual or officer of thlH corporation. to lng to publication nhould bo sflcd to tho Editor of The Tribune, and communi c...

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