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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

EST10NSjgANSWERS j .., ciTr. April 22. Plcaso mXh?Z?iwr Question and Anwra jHbllfb "rt Sunday how long It would jKlnmn nest Su" n ,nch thIck with lvcScr "f Great Salt lake?-A Sub-.f-Kitr. j ..nim tho part of the lake MiSt "d V rap,d,ty of ART Tinh April 2D. Will you fewcftioush your Question M? Wer department the following Which side Is the "head" of jfc m yl nlcklc. bearing a figure 5 lP0,tSo and a shield on the other, ffclSe diewder the shield? Thl is Khleld i has been replaced by the ff liSlcatlns that this was always B$derS the "head." and so wo de- KnvFRSET, Colo., April 27.-A beta Bv that there Is no law In Colorado it requires a gun license to hunt un JtI frame and unprotected Klnmids. Pleaso anewGr in next jJJJ.QuesUons and Answers. Old JSvwTnot familiar with tho game 'iKL of Colorado. StnoSHAREM. April 2S.-WI11 you S? Inform mo it possible through Kouestlon and Answer columns of 3t Sunday's Tribune If a Catholic A tSomc President of the United A'can you inform me of what fa...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

Hpf H , 1 l .10 . Thu Basis Lake Tribijne: sundat Mokntstg, Kay i, .1904. Ife Hti'' uii. : Jr I lff 0 O Publicise - mt" fpk &nm& .. ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK. l' Salt Lake Theater "Our New Minis- 1 tci" Tuesday and YVednosday nights 1 and TVodnesdav afternoon ; Anna Hold In "Mam'scllc Napoleon," Thursday Friday and Saturday nights and Sat urday afternoon. Grand Theater "New York Day by I Day." Monday, Tuesday and Wednes day nights and Wednesday alternoon: "Toll Gate Inn," Thursday and Frlduy 1 nights; "Cinderella," Saturday after noon, "Kidnapped," Saturday nlghL . " i One of the bis attractions of the year, 1 I Anna Hold's "Mam'selle Napoleon, ' 1 comes to the Salt L.ake Theater this , -week. It opens on Thursday nlsht for four performances. It is the most elab 1 oratelv staged and costumed play In which Miss Hold has yet appeared, and was adapted for the American stage by 1 Joseph W. Herbert and provided with . music bv Gustav Luders, the composer ' I of "The Prince of Pllsen....

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

Tmz Sau? Lake Tribuke: Sunday Moictdstg, May 1, 190. 11 " lllll WNews of Music and Musicians at Home and Abroad. feTlthc way of musical lE tb. week J-t passed. On night there was the splendid W I J -the Commercial club and tho WTx .t the studio of Mrs. King and Oliver. The pupils of Mrs. Snod W"L a most enjoyable recital WS0 a.v evening at Unity hall and Wfrlv wring the First Congic M?bUurch was filled with those j i n the programme rendered P"?e benent of the kindergarten Wma "Hlate future is al3o full of &, 'Tr lovers of good muslo. First WSfthD 5?re recitals this week .'Karlt at Unity hall. May EB?b 2 iteset for a recital by two 8 ' nllve Gray's promising pupils, Eu.r Mth the concert by the Or fe, X the Salt Lake Theater. EMartoa Jloyle-KIng gives a pu RrLifflJ next Wednesday evening, Ig 1 paplls of Prof. J. J- McClel l hiiiilv cngaccd In preparing- for KMo be Biven at the Salt Lake KT. In the near future, and Madame SL'i. Bwenion will bring out u num K her pS nt a rec,tal 10...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

I , r IJ j Library Thomas Carlyle Gaye to Harvard IS If j,, Special to Tlio Tribune. hi I CAMBRIDGE. Mass., April 30. Of j ! the thousands of Americans who visit L ; j tho home of Thomas Carlyle In Chelsea, ( England, during1 each summer, proba '.' ' bly a companitivcly small number rcal- ' Ize that the books which were used' by ' i Mm in writing "Cromwell" and 'MTred ij , ' crick the Great" have beem for many G ,1 ' years oujthls sldo of the water, perma- j nently housed in tho Harvard college 11 I bmry. ' I ( . These boolcs, many of them now lu ll j valuable owing: to the frequent marginal I 1- notes in Carlylo's handwriting, were , bequeathed by him to Harvard college, I and. together with a death mask of 1 l Cromwell that had long been im Car ' , lylc's possession, constitute one of the i I 'j woild's most interesting memorials to , f ' ihc great English author. I ' Aside from the value added to them I 1 by his characteristic marginal notes 1 and frequently recurring autographa ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 May 1904

mmi Ik Malt nMli Wcihtttlt. II ffik . -4 4-4- ' V WEATHER TODAY Fair; warmer- Htnntly killed. ) ,4 iHniIT -f-f-f-ft-f-n--fn, 4-4-4- m III fyoL. XXn. No 1G. Sajlt Lake City, Utah, Mojoxly Moknestg-, Max 2, 1904. 10 prges.five Cents 1111 liiliTT ! sim place III Not Permit Use I of Bis Name. ! U He Is Pleased With ?)ob He Now Has, and 1 Wants No Other, Hfcer Is All-Powerful in Matter of National legislation, and Uncle ff Joe Knows a Good Thing. TWICAGO, 1 Speaker Joe .Cannon's friends hare and else j Vhere have been Instructed to do jail' In their power to head off the ML of the speaker for second place Khe Republican ticket. . It Is paid of the most powerful men In jfousc have been 'forced by under, Kio effect such an organization, or fallh with him. Ho is almost Bvni not have the Vice-Presidency tall not have the vice-presidency tr any considerations. Uncle Joe's Kd Insist that he must consent to K presiding ofllcer of the Republl- Katlonal convention, but the speak Tirlsc In his gen...

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

h 1 H i THB SAIT XiAKE TRIBXTNE: MOJTDAT MOE!NXN"Gr' MAX 2, 1 904. , . fL I1 :j .. i i Japanese division and tho Imperial guards ' 1 1 Immediately began jrosalne. Thoy ad- I voneed and occupied tho hills Imolc of I ' Kosun. facing tho Russian position on tho N i right bank of the rivor. All through Sut- j urday night regiment after reglaiont of . A'j Japanese soldiers poured across tho bridge 'i i andnt a lato hour Saturday night Gen. ' I Kurolcl telegraphed to tho general staff of j i the army: "1 will, attack the enemy on May 1 at I dawn." ' ' True to hlM promise. Gen. Kurokl at I ' daylight today contcred all his artillery 1 1 1 s on the Russian position between Chlu Tien i ' ' Cheng and Tnshoko. To this Hro tho Hun- U s ' sinus made reply with all their batteries. IK Bnttlo With Big Guns. 1 J;'' At T o'clock In tho morning the Rns- B I I .tloii battery at Yoshoko vas silenced, and P I ) half an hour later Gen. Kurokl ordered I ' his entire line, stretching for four miles. . 1 to...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 May 1904

i Happenings of a Day in Utah j I oQDEN J TBIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, ,tTyu.htoirton Ave., Telephone HI J Jbrains" discussed II a DAY IN ADVANCE SL-DFN'. J-'talw J.-T1.U locturo of 3B ArHej' ' on "Bra,nH"' wa-s do L lr t tho Methodist church lartt M1. N'olwlUi?iAiillng iho Tact that IMS-te had ti 1 Glanced at the ut.?. Ro Mr nl h""1 neon ndver irctuir tonight, but received a today calling him away on SL'SEWnoM, and It was nocos-sary lo pjnt B"ul i n Jfl nn eloquent KSr iSa clellvernd his address In a that held tho attoutlon or the in a remarkable miuinor. . nni later utateil that he would do ,Vrs toward a fund for tho clearing Indebtedness of tho church, mul mcrrSnK for Ixw Angolo. and on tho ;S,0 all thoy could to curu Wffthe fund- The Rev. 11111 was S Af tho local church nt the tlmo f'.he present cjiurch building wbh SieJ S 1 was mainly responsible for 2a"a BMilnff today to arrung for tho tus'doo of Somer Davenport, tho car SStlwho i to deliver his lecture hero f& P? "nduS'ltho- Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 May 1904

H ' 1; 4 THE SALT XjAKE. IHEBIDSTB: MOISTDAY MOKNTaS'G-, MAY 2, 1904. il r i W . . : . ; life. , l Issued even morning by Salt Lako Trlb- ; ; uno Publishing- Company. PERKY 3. j li HEATH, Publisher and Goneral Man- j ( TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' i Dally and Sunday Tribune, one wock.5 .2T I ' ! .Dally and Sunday, one month J-w ii ., Dally and Sunday, two months j.w 1 Dally and Sunday, three months jJ.w ; Dally and Sunday, one year .......... ijj-w ! Sunday Tribune, one year -" I . Sundav Tribune, six months , Soml-Wcokly Tribune, one year I j All remittances and business letters t I 1 phould bo addressed to J , ' TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. ij ' Salt Lake City. Utah. U ! S. C Beckwlth, -Special Agency. Solo 1 ! , Eastern Advertising Airent. Eastnrn or- 5 , Ace, 43-41-J5-t7-4S-l0 Tribune Building. J 1 Now York. Western ofnee. 510-512 Trlb- j' uno Building. Chicago. L No communication In relation to publl- r cation In or business for The Tribune I. should bo addressed to any t"dyf5u" off...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 May 1904

Ah- pes ffie President Have a Prompter I to Jog Is Memory "When Receiving? : I to The Tribune. SBLN'GTOX. D. C May l.-"A l-rtiy nno remembrance for S? to quota an old colored 2 Sic of the White House ono of PrcsIdenL Roosevelt's aLu. ?otcnfln his phlloso S??U of Personal equation lnd how lone the lapse of time heyou. If ho can't rec.Ul ur and verso when you bob up bluff be puts to that, effect is rmUr-lnira he genu no article. jr Mrs. Blank!" exclaimed-the t delightedly the other day, when rol Louisville woman was prc hlm in the cast room. T should Link I did! I met you last year iii. don't you remember, Mrs. 'frtc Trcro talking about that fellowy townswoman of yours, drmn Wco. whose books have J S pleasure. I've .had the !,5nr of meeting Mrs. Rico and $ he In Washington' With enthusiasm ho proceeded to aw the fascinations of "Mrs. rid "'Lovey Mary." books ho ,f popular in his own household, daughter Alice, through their in SjTln a fair way to turn so tnt delegates from a certain rn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 May 1904

HP'J J f TiEe sixT Lake TKmoios: MoiSday MbKNisrG; wJtz 195ifk f. I MINING NEWS Ij (j ' CONDEMNS SALE OF "J 'II WORTHLESS STOCK ,i .r Congressman Van Duzcr of Novatla ' ' '" Tells of Methods of Sharks Who I' ! ' Defraud the Public. ' , ' -qx commtnllnp upon the mlnlmr Indus- I 1 j ! N try In the Wcut and tho x;ilo oC worth- . ,' 8 less stock 10 Eastern Inventors, tho I 3 ! Boston Globe cays: J I "'I investors In various parts of tho country ? ' f .-who have at some tlrno been involved Into f ' V.irchnaLnjj worthless rulnlnir siocUb -will v ' 1 TBs grotMed to. hear that, the Federal nu- I 1 f ihoriUea have been asked to prevent fur- ! iher depredations hy tho sharper In thin lluld of financial swlnullr.?. I Representative. Van Duzcr of Nevada, , ' Mhn Unx hann lnve3tlnsitlus fako ailnlns I,ji'J entftrprbon Jn tho "West vrhlch havo do- I j frauds :ho public of vaHt sums of money, ill,. - has Introduced a resolution In Congress 1 I ooJIIiib on the Dcpnrtment of Cortnioroe r.iA Labor to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 May 1904

IAIN ENDS CONTEST I N THIRD INNING tber Kim Butts in and Saves tho Elders From Being Sacrificed I by the Infants. IfAQmO NATIONAL LEAGUE. t Standing of the Clubs. I W. Ii. p.c. t, 4 1 .SCO 8oL' 3 o ,CCO Spo5can .. 2 s ,4W LDto r . tHERB was no ball game at Walker's yesterday afternoon. Tho Bolso and Salt Lako teams wero there, fully jW) fans were huddled In the grand j nrd bleachers, tho umpire was on fir obd President But yet j Ec va no came, Wwhr?- Because tho yjP mb 1st 7 SSeVed0 VthSt J$ WLt fild bo none. Zlrri a number of "A . Hfodlst ministers V iflT wpetner tho 3,2 . jRjlfccr prophet was irjstcd with tho &ns mado by tho iders iwt week. Is GiJrfS&xcS Known, but.?' rr V raw he decided ut there would bo .Wiggs Gets rame yesterday Tan ged. in His SrffiS Si Own Curves.. gSSfri r the best. -wsj a weather man had a 4E& "hunch" or a rovcla- l' r3r& l'on an(1 ordered a jSi rr rnlnfall to save tho " Saints from defeat. fJT At any rate, It U looked like a repe- 1, (VM tl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 May 1904

Br V- w H';! j I !j i( s The Salt !Lake TRroiooiMoisrDAY Moiostn-g-, May 2, 1904. jlj ! T jj CASH RATES j ' 1 ! 1 10o per lino first insertion. r 'a Co per lino ouch subsequent ' . 8 Insertion. ! I f Ko nd. to occupy lsc space) i mn txs-o lines. I' 9 Tour "rrant ad." will be ne- E I ; V cepted nnd 'phoned to The Sa.lt i j I-. j A4lQ Tribuno offlco nt regular I R (j ft ratcfl tho followinc ngenta: g j;1 BRANCHOFFICES I i ! j Gcdbc-Pitts Drug Co. , ' , I . 101 Main Street. ' I ' j W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., 1 I Cornar Second South and State. ( SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 1 '! B02 South Stnto. l LEAVER DRUa CO., Grand fc ( . I Pacific Hotel, Cornor 3rd Wwt and South Tcmplo. j , I I VIRMTLLION'S PHAR- I 1 I STACY. 511 West 2nd South. I ' ; 'Phone 183S. ' ? WASATCH DRUG STORE, I v ' corner Second South and Third I ' Eaut. It ' I W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 1 j 8 11th East and 12th South, En- gar House. I BORN. ' , 3TAGEEG11EN In this city, May 3. a son 1 I to Mr. and Mrs. Fngorgrcn; weight 10 ' pounds. M...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 May 1904

iTr-n-rirz MONDAY, Wh CXI ,,DJ tikcn today show Ei Our time Is hB rung you F nS." flrst COm r' p-b-Mttaft' cast sidc: Lfror busncsc5--rv 2nd South, rooms W&&SrnX: - -rrt-o with good 5- E$ocVr bid, r,- FF JS&brVin best section, see 1U P$$i buy It when you o 1( i t0" ' close n. square Wl' a y.t nearly now. clogrant We $W cash., bal 6 per f,TituXoJy. 2nd So. I u WcsTlat South, I mod. S-stoir?' brick residence on cas vacant on 6th East near jois. j-room mod.. 2-3iorhbrlc J, TVt 1st North bL Tnis is mod.. 2-story 'residence on East nh house in nrstclass repair. Sould ask 00O for this property. , mod. cottage.' oM 0"Ltfd;onc iiy; lot ZxWt rode. Terms can bo OIW, j. rooms, mod. and n0WVjc tut" f Main, streets, brings 4S0 r mnum. Very Cheap, ,1 to Iota In Kimball's Subdivl u 7th So. aii Cth West, jhco Apricot st.. -room neat brick, a boute, and lot 3x11 rods. UX'O, , , . I East near 7th South, good 4-room u-ic rooms, on lot SxlO rods. ftet near Temple. i racd. brick, 2 blocks fr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 May 1904

K1 T f 10 The S.axt Lake Tribtote: MOjStday Mobotng, May 2, 1904. m I-l METHODISTS IN jj THEIRELEMENT ! ! 1 Rousing Night Meeting C at First Church. - 1 ; j. ' , Characterized by Good Old ! ! Songs and Camp-Meting i Enthusiasm. , leaders of "Various States Speak Eloquontly of Church and Its j , Work. f RINGING of good old Methodist j, 1 i hymns with Methodist Aim, and I 'j ij addresses which partook of some- 1 j thins akin to cainp-meeting on- I Ihusiasm, characterized the platform i meeting held last night at tho First Mothodlnt church. There was Just enough Informality in the proceedings, 1 it appeared, to bring out the beat that 1 was in tho distinguished visitors who were called upon to speak, nnd'the oc 5 cision -was certainly one which greatly I cheered every Christian present. After prayer by Dr. H. C. Clippinger of Vlncennes, Ind., who asked for a. ' special blessing upon the Avorkers "in I this Held so besot with opposition and 1 -wickedness," a warm welcome was ex- j tende...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 May 1904

B . 4- ',"t M y fT 4 z&P M 1 filial K J ( WEATHER TODAY Fair; warmer. tV f -f MB IYIL NO. 17. SAJLT LAKT3 OITT, UtfAH, TUESDAY MOMTNTG-j MAX 3, 12, PAGES. FIVE 11111 II MECHANICS t i fe Machinists I Out of Work. lormed by Armed Guards ItJopeka Shops There's I Nothing Doing. Sjrc&d Officials Claim That They Ee Simply Anticipating a Strike W of Employees. tfcpEKA. Kan, May 2.-When the Sf KM Santa Fe machinists and iS Workmen gathered at the big i -hops in tins city this morn ' lo go to wk the found Votes closely locked and themselves U out The entire plot of ground, fcilEK of perhaps twenty-five acres, jurroucded with a substantial high Aboard fence with few gates. These L uere locked and the men without "tj armed guards from within "that re ivas nothing doing." fce Santa Fe officials claim that they iMr anticipating a strike. They Information had come to them that 'pea had held secret meetings Sat iy night and Sunday and decided to ii at 9 o'clock Monday morning, truing that ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 May 1904

Hpl 2 feE SAIiT ItAKB TRTBTOTE; TUESDAY MOKNTN"G- MAY 3, 1904, I; h starting for Washington were the mcm- i V bers of hla family, his brother-in-law 8 and the United Slates Marshal. It "Who told you of the ceremony on ' jf the high seas?" , ; "My wife said she was satisfied It took place Just as related." j l , "Any one else?" i .ii "I cannot think of any others." j '( i ;v Senator Dubois Were you with Ab- i lit rahani H. Cannon before hla death? I I "Through his entire Illness." A "Where did he die?" ' '' "At my sister's house." I' ' "Was Lillian Hamlin there?" i, i "Part of the time." j! I , "Has she a child?" . "Yes; a daughter." I' 1 ' "What Is her name?" 1 . " "Marva." ' ' I ; "Her last name?" I f "Cannon." M 1 ' The witness said that the child .was '!"' , 1 rechrlstened as the daughter of Abra- J ' ' ham H. Cannon, and treated as a sis- fc 1 , ter by others of Cannon's children, j J ' Claims It Was Hot Air. (' 1 The witness In reply to questions by f ' Senator McComas. ilcu he...

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

iREATPSOBLEMS FACECHURCH UiiJists Asked to Solve Them. II Be Presented to the juadrennial Conference at Los Angeles, jag Session Likely to Provo Most Important in History of Church. D3 AN'GELES, Cal.. May 2.-As the lav for tho assembling of the delegates to the thirty- J filS general conference of the hBdut Episcopal church ap h general Interest in the gather er representative churchmen from irl9 of the civilized world becomes er and when Bishop Steven Mer--lls to order the first session at 9 next Wednesday morning 74S KU' of a total of 750 accredited delegates IS be In the,r Eeals ready t0 proceed 4 legislative tasks confronting delegates will, during the dally S!u lasting throughout the month ryar be called upon to solve many Turn's of Importance to the growth J Sure welfare of the Methodist 'cowl church. tr the P'nlon o many hleh fcdls ol 'Methodism the quadrennial Son will prove the most Important of .-In the history of the church. IrooDS the most Important subjects e the follow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 May 1904

'I ! 4 ' The Salt "Lake TRrnxmBi Tuesday MoBamro, May 3, 1904. u J ! 1 " iHaucd every morning by Salt Lake Trlb- tl h! ' line Publishing Company. PERRY S. fi ,i: - HEATH, Publisher and General Man- 'if r - 3 I f I , TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. U I Dally and Sunday Tribune, one week. .25 ; I .Dally and Sunday, ono month ....... J I, ' 1 Dally and Sunday, itwo months --"J l! I t Dally and Sunday, Ihrco months j.on J I ,j Dally and Sunday, one year I'm V. I , it Sunday Trlhtino. ono year J.oo Pnn.lay Tribune, ulx monthfl i 1 Soml-AYecUly Tribune, ono year l. I Z AM remittances and business lettorw H fi i ehould In? addressed to ft I X Z TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, f Salt Lafcp City. Utah. i i, -Tl 3. C. Bcckwlth. Special Ajrrncy. Solo H 1 Jvantern Advertising Audit. Ea10.0'" j J fire, iZ-UM-il-iS-tt Tribune Biilldlntf, I 'tf New Torki Western office. G10-512 Trlb- J ' If i lino Tliillfllncr Oilcnco. I . ' - i j ? No communication In relation to publl- i , , - cation In or buolneMi for Tho T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 May 1904

1 ' ' PULL WIRES AGAIN A TnX ' morning. An ungual ' Hi m f r interest Is bolng taken in 1 Twb cJTroml-e. to be a con ,Co !ctlonihbcwvccn the Engineers on it risM, ,ry"i, X Arts and Normals on W one side f f election both com- Seotwr , iil "1 iiRu-s. with t" "u 1 frtiw 'Sneers were defeated This b1 'f0 a?h i an Normals Intended of die AiW i)",lsc wjih tho hope that 'nKnTllA of the ofllcos i more equal 'Vf".,.,-, their hopes In '""'i Mon we shatiVred by the Kn lhu f'lnt'0" t.,ei Monday :uid ar dn ere. who m Jovery Engineer has '&TfVorU,dontboay SS f .....John C. Brown. rw Editor o tho Chronicle r,M-inWofUo 'Varsity Athletic .n. r't and Normal student? held an fom Tkp uUir ind well attended meetlny WgSSSM; ?t tho following ;MHi 1 iMitp's were nominated: clni Oscar Carlson. S'wv and 'Treasurer.. Dalo Park M E?r witoro'f the Chronicle. John Jensen. r EJltor oi .VaraUy Athletic 'IB Fpr MfgSScH. " "Hnracc- Whltnoy. J SIX HEW VICTIMS OF SMALLPOX GERM BK new victims of the smallpox J wer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 May 1904

H ' i 6 THE BAJjT XiAHE TJTOTE: TUESDAY MOROTIn Gs MAY 3, 1904. i Ml m . Ml I ;t.;J News of Mine, of " Prospect, of Furnace and of IIe") Ii ! SANTAQUSRl LOOKS LIKE BUSINESS !;! Splendid Report Brought in From I i the Camp by James W. j Wilson. i AN ENCOURAGING report of the j ' A properly oC the Santaquin Mining , i company is brought in from camp ! ;, by Jamce WJ Wilson of the Salt j i Lake fire department, who with a II m- ' s Ited number of Salt Lakers owns the property. The management bagan ac- j tlvc work last December! at the terml- nation of a five-years' siege of litigation in which the Santaquin finally won out I by a deslsion of the Supreme court, j j Since that time some 200 feet of work j has been done and the results have been x J such as to promise sufficient reward for f the protracted troubles in court. Cross- , cuts have been run from the bottom of the 100-foot Incline under the mountain I ! until a depth of over 200 feet on the dip ! of the vein has been secured. H...

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