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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 May 1904

EVsth the Bankers, the Merchants and tteBrofek f id Market Firm 1 aodjery Heavy L causes Were Not Easy to Panama Cannl Payment, $ However, Figuring. c - i mnv Slay 2.-A Inrger volumo fVXwnsactcA r 11,0 C vchunge today than tho nv r defe at week. and tho fluc- '-der The specific cause fffr heBVlnCs of the mar ti to decern, but the de- ho operation of the Panama t0 ,N (Silnated has an lnllu- iSmentunstlcd. The Wcd b? tho agents In this X details by which It is fl nut leaves HtUe basis for ac- S llm,ath".' those agent that every f,rof of the money market t dtetnrbar.ee oi w't purpose. Rat "r Lf ?he devices of the AE'rtiU T1 which advanced the Wj, Brndica e Jhicn stockholders Ku ?rite ' with New York Big a $eW th largo transaction. fflSto'hU offered to Indicate JfeaJni: to S,g to the New York f&ffiSSwn" be altered by these i&r i .,n hv the treasury upon iP''S nrlM makes It evident lSffiwnt of the Panama fip38 S feW"TKwans fc'ffe m Government bonds ite stock market. btof the rcco...

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. — 3 May 1904

J' I I H j1;' s The Saiv Iake TRisiiisnB: Tuesday MoityiG, May 3, 1904. I 1 1 I 1 ZL 1 I A SKEAT RACE m Kentucky. Derby Goes i ; ' to Bay Colt H : i : Most Exciting Contest Since j ' the Duel Between IProctor H , " Knott and Spokane. i - Pluo Glass Region Goes Broko Eack- 1 ing- Locnl Favorites Against V Durbell's Colt. H . ' F OUJSVIliLB, May 2. Aflcr a vln j tcr of rest. Elwood, C. G. Durbell's Hi v bay colt, caino across the continent Hj i and today took tlie most hotly con- ' I tested Kentucky Derby since the famous Ki I duel between Proctor Knott and Spokane, Hj The winner was the lonRcst priced hor.-'c H In tho race, and. us usual, the Teuncssoo ' ( and Blue Grns.V contingents went broke. Hi I Ed Tlcmey was second and Brancas third. ' ! 5 Tllc track was two seconds alow. Pro- j "ceeds was tho favorlto at oven, Brancas Jm3k3wns "second choice at 2 to 1, Ed Tiernoy at H'i i V Prince Silver Wings and Elwood at C f and 10 to 1 respectively. Proceeds took j the lead and bosan to cu...

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. — 3 May 1904

fj ' TH35 SAXjT XiAKE 'IOBOTTEJ TUESDAY MOK2sT0STGri MAX 3, 1904, $ l lil f Happenings- of ,a Day in Utah j 00 DEN TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE 3 I KANSAS MAN EASILY J BUNCOED OUT OF $60 -i I r t0 The Tribune. ? nrDEN'. May " -irred Mchl' u strancr , Kansas, lias reported (o the police 4 She was fleeced out, of SCO at tno union ' r Sion Mchl saya that ho was on Ills -, ; t0 California, and stepped Into a ' Ln on Lower TvoiUy-flfth street, ;1 .tninccr, who Rave his name as A. J. j? c.nnley and said ho was from Los An- He was going to San Frajiclsco on i Z-'me train with Mehl, and tho two bc- 5 "n quit" friendly. At tho depot a -.TranKer approached Stanloy and informed ! hln that thcro was still ?'30 duo on some : rood o had purchased. As the stranger UTunablt to cash a $700 check which Stanley presented In payment., Mehl of fered to lend him the -money to pay for tho charges, taking the check as security. He Is still holding tno check. Hoard of County Commissioners rc today and received a r...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 May 1904

1 1 i? -The Sait Lakh Tribttotj: Tuesday Moeotn-g-, May 3, 1904. f n . u ' . J 1 1 p'WANT APS"' I jj CASH RATE5 9 1 ' I 10c por line first Insertion. J I t 5c per lino each subsequent f I 1 .f I fcisertloru ' J mo ad. to occupy less space J; ( than two lines. 'I i't Your "wnnt ad." -will be ac- 8,1 cepted and 'phoned to Tbo Salt 1 "' ak Tribune office at regular j( if rates by tho following agents: V BRANCH OFFICES ! 1 1 Godbe-Pitts Drus Co. j ! 101 Main Street I 1 ' ! W. H. DAYTON DEUO CO., 5 ' Corner Second South and State. k , ,j SHERWOOD PHARMACY, ' . i 502 South State. ! i LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Wont , ; .and South Tcmplo. i I VIRMILLION'S PEAE- I ' SIACY, 511 West 2nd South, ' ! 'Phone 1838. I WASATCH DRUG STORE, I corner Second South and Third l ; East. 1 v ) W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, I I 11th East and 12th South, Su- j( ( ( ear House. III , LEARY At Coulee City. Wash., April C, i I 1901, D. E. Lenry, a native of Canada, ' need 46 years. Remains will a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 May 1904

B The Sait Lake TRiBtmE: Tuesday Moeotntg, Max 3, 1904. 11 l 'E ii - . $i 11 lili PJPJPjl ipSigi wSHvTpIeRCH BICYCLES. cor- W ZoAT THE SMITH rTTTtiss- SLIGHTLY USEU. JWSCAPE GARDENER. '4'Bff LA,rf- lota a specialty. Prompt jBiCtGifctcr "kairantccd. Write iKiiSib D fit- or "Phone Be. - W- rTT,Tr TjT MS. CONTRACTOR KEtER WfViwns . Lawn cutting iVffJ to. Phone 131S-Z. u3C02 mm SAFES. . Eg&Stwtt Co.. 2nd 3. iWz- i VK CONTRACTORS. M: iXqgCREBN AND JOB BHOP contractors of nil kinds of new or KflTw. "talra, store 1 ronte. nxturos j SECBET SOCIETIES. Xi- 1 iPr:rvT LODGE NO 3. F. $K. V. At Masor.lo hall first 'av of each month. Members 1 JejSter lodses and sojourning 5 HfisK P. SHERWOOD. W. L .-if krag PHILLIPS. Secretary. OBGEXTA LODGE NO. 3, P. AND ' jljL will hold Its regular month- rifoTtUnp this (Tuesday) evening f pff PHILLIPS. Secretary. 2 liTCH LODGE NO 1. F. AND A. 1 SionJ: hall, second Friday each i ft Uembtrs of slater lodges and so i!x brcthir la good standing In- P A. BROWN,...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 May 1904

I I RUIN FROM FLOOD HI . IN CENTER OF CITY j -Inundation of Property Caused by Hf ! Grading on Second South Street H j Damming- tho Water. Hll 1, 1 A MINIATURE Johnstown flood Hl j fk rolled down Enst Second South Hjj '! J jH. Btrcot about 4 o'clock yesterday Hjl I j afternoon, filled cellars, Hooded H j i l yards and inflicted other damage on the jj'f, unsuspecting roeldcnta of that thor- f t I ourrhfare. Hj j ','-'The city will have to pay for this1 1 I t f was the unanimous verdict as the in- Hl ( dlgnant householders- told of ruined I I t lawns, spoiled fruit and muddy slde- 1 l walks. f. 1 ' " Water tilled tho cellars of the Salt L . Iake-Huddart Floral company, near , Second East, to a depth of six feet, com- f' j j)letely extinguishing tho lire in the l' i boiler which heats the greenhouses. Fortunately the night was a warm one. i '. otherwise the $5000 stock of palms and t plants might have suffered seriously. ,J The property of Mrs. M. A. Green, j) ! situated Just back of t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 May 1904

lntYork:BOndS 't Sr M 4 H fP M Steel Trust Election. j l l nfT " ( V WEATHER TODAY Warmer. ' 1 1 lS' No-1S- Salt T-x-e City, Utah, "Wednesday Moixstg- May 4, 1904-, 14 prges.five Gents 1 1 I'l I JApS AFTER RUSSIANS DOAMfil IT KtJ A ffBP ElTI0 UTTFTtoO TOGO MAKES BOLD 1 II I WHO HAVE FLED SlalllvW i M 1 Alii I I f I ll i tl ATTEMPT TO BLOCK I I f li FROM THE YALU IjFfl V V i 1 1 IL1 1 rti L I lJII I Li W RORT ARTHUR i 1 1 t v PETERSBURG, Kay 3. la a report received by the Emperor from Gen. Ivuropatldn under today's 4 i .11 nted that at least from three to four thousand men were killed in tho Talu fight. i jtte is lUL '(' nvWif May cliee correspondent Of tho Daily Chronicle cables the following under Titer.- 4 r oae. "Tho Japanese landed troops and attacked and captured Nerwdrwang1 last ovenlng, the Bus- 4 faW back to protect the railway." j t- T0KI0 May 3- The greatest popular demonstration since the beginning of the war occurred in Toklo hk evening. The entire capital is showing its...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 May 1904

jfjjl Brown fa Are Not U j Following. v j! 'j ! Heavy Losses Admitted Upon t 1 j! j Part of Russians in Ml : Big Battle. j i ' ) i ' f I Czar's Troops Slaughtered, but the I- i' i ' 1 Number Is Not Yet Ascer- ' , taJned. 1 I - 1 I fil. PETERSBURG. May 3. The el- )' lcnce of the authorities hero re- i the fighting on the Yalu river Is Interpreted ominously and there '! t Is a consequent prevalence of all sorts of irresponsible rumors j - regarding the magnitude of the Russian losses some figures going as high as i ' 3000. These manifestly are gross ex- i ' jj aggeratlons. 1 The absence of official information Is , explained by the general staff by the ' fact that a few Japanese have succeed- cd In getting iu the rear of the Russian i , position and cutting the wires between J Tal San Cheng and Feng "Wang Cheng. ' . Heavy Losses Sustained. 'i i y Heavy losses are admitted, but they ( ' u ra'C not believed to exceed a few hun- , j 1 dred and a few guns. The latter, while ', ! protectin...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 May 1904

IfHappenings of a Day in Utah"! qQDBN I I j ,,.tlAvo.,-T.Who.. I -J I j WEBER COUNTY FAIR ! ,! holds ANNUAL ELECTION 'i . i Tha Tribune. nrv May 3.-Tho otockholdcrs of ' v ?S'r County Fair association held I fJniwlBSr of directors: Judge J the f0,0J,eo o. m. nunyon. William Hd Wlln Cralff. Thomas Ethlng Conroy. U. M. Van der Vlles. iSSmrnoa, Proton BUir. Charles Zle '1 and J. Rce1- Ire Dm was chosen president. O. M. L n vice-president, William CmiR acc t?'?y. BWHHMn Raymond treasurer. .1"itfn- comiiltteo selected Is com J KiSeDte, Fred J. Klescl, AVil jtffflC jn Plnsre and H. C. . ; r lfurnhv. chief of the flro dopart- C'(FnfZ'wCly, and a faithful follower "as i bi the city today en route d Durlnir bis stay he visited Lho fire iSSrtnSit and shovel through lho I i .. chmlilt tho vounc man who j charged Trfth a criminal as- i lVir 7wn AmUo Voss. has boon dla tf SMm custody. The evidence was liwntnSeton- that the- urt cranted liVin to dismiss the case. ni1 5nft ,i team attached to a wa...

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

II! I 4: ThS' Salt Lake Tttmximsii Wednesday mowm&a May 4, 1904, Hl . I , I ' ' Issued every morning by Salt take Trib- ' j Ml une Publloblns: Company. P1CRHT S. V. 1 : irEATH, Publisher and General Man- j ' I Y TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ! j Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono week. .25 If. Dally and Sunday, ono month J- I i Dally nnd Sunday, two monthn 3.W , , it Dally and Sunday, threo months s.oo ; 1 ,1 Dally and Sunday, ono year J2.w I . it Sunday Trlbuno, ono year .to i J , Sunday Tribune. slx.months f ,, j j Soml-Wcekly Tribune, one year ! ; . , ' All remittances and business letters ! I :"t I should be addreoscd to H TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, t Salt Lake City. Utah. X V B. C. Boclwlth. Special Aponcy. Solo I ' I H ' Eastern Advertising Acent. ' Eas, " I i J f t flee. 4J-44-46-47-8-40 Tribune B'dldln. ,1 ! New Tork. Western orflce, G10-512 Trlb- 'i j uno Building. Chicago. I , '1 No communication In relation to publl- 1 ' . cation In or business for To Trlbuno ( 1 . should b addr...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 May 1904

'tttLIE G. PITT, daughter of III ISS Anna G. Pt of this city. fl JSlwid man, also of "thta 1 JuX ftt oe,, Park. Cnl.. U ffnl f S at the homo of the i VtI0r MUs May Nolnn. After I fe5 slf , ,rb at tho principal Pf, in Cal.fornlo, the bride V oi ,n:.,. return to this city, where ikTnSE. their homo. Mr Nolan fo QUItornlli tomorrow morning ives I07 ' i,n nf Montreal ami Miss Mc?fUmnvor loft yesterday after nd:owo' "f after :i pleasant visit ft for Dn Mrs Sami Porter at tin $h 3Ir- Denver Miss McG"igan Kff0ILc, LoS. where ho will Join hor ps,oSnni make tu extended tour of ljoro retundng to Montreal In 0c"wW & , r Frcneh and children have 0Uf- Ttn "die eitv after an absence of 'jnSihs Jr. Colorado, and are at Homo JlflD aire. ... V . arlc K. Gilchrist, accompanied ( Jnrne; Dietrich, lea for the Erist ';F , , Mrs. W. Montague Ferry en fed at a very Informal dinner last tVtalrP' I'wr, ard Mrs. James A. Minor aro now AMclus, Loa Angeles, where t hey fflnildt f-n- thc coming month. They S...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 May 1904

(5 ' The Salt Lake Trtbtote: Wednesday Mobxes'g-, May 1904:. 1, , Ik If CREAM OF THE NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF SPORTf I if SUSPENSION AND pT FINES IMPOSED ' Manager GimHn DJaciplinos Quick, H! 'j ;! i Weed and De-lmns Formor H i; j, Suspended Indefinitely. l' 1v' fwHREE members o the Salt Lake I J i ball club were yesterday pcnal- Hl ; I Ized by Manager Gimlln for nl- ( leged Infractions of the rules. Hj ' ' ; , pitcher Eddie Quick was suspended . !, 1 from the team without pay for an In- 1 ' ' J 1 definite period for "indifference to the I T welfare of the club," while Fred Weed Hj and Bert JJelmas were fined ?5 each , i ji for failure to wear their uniforms to 'I I practice on Monday afternoon. The penalties were inflicted by Playing Hji j Manager Gimlln, with the approval of Managing Director Griffin of the club. ,) , Not for many moonn have the men on v I a local baseball team been fined or In 1 ,'i any other manner penalized by the I I ' team manager, ro Glmlln's action nnt- I, I ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 May 1904

.1 The Salt Lre TsrmBi wmysrsissaps: MOTtmsG-, SIax 4, i9tfjT Y I I 1 1 s1'l 1 I I H NpL 5 SEARS THE END 11 1 I pents Presented j (8 the Jury. - jjfcods of Conducting At- iirs in County Treasur i ler's Office Criticised. ? ? letfleaent Not Denied, but Der J c3S Holds That No One Has I - Been Proved Guilty. J SS. May 3.-mterest In the embezzlement case ,S Cjied St3 zenith yesterday and II 5ldcs tvw made. Attorneys FVL. and Keeler appeared for the Stwhlle Attorneys Irvine and ityLori pke in bclialc oC Uie dc" Mia court opened. Hynira Crockett lILed and testified that Clayton Sftithhlinon the night of October iwMhe nlsht the $5 was taken. J mu the first time suspicion was ! iupon Clayton-from 3:30 p. m. to f aand from 7 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. i 'k Clayton was recalled and tcsti- - iiiit Cl2ton was home between the h of 5 and 7 and from 12:30 till the S imomln? on the paid night of 5 v.r ii the evidence of both being s ri-ceYto show that it was im- jft!c for Claytcn to have taken the 5 Kfai...

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. — 4 May 1904

H, I The &ait Lajoj Tbjbtote: Wednesday Moigststg-, Mat 4 1904. rlj p'WANT ADS" jj I CASH RATES i' i'jf ! XOc per line first inscrtlon- Be per lino each, oubswjuoiit I In I insertion. J If j I No nd. to occupy less epn.ee " 1 J "in tvno linw. '' ' ( I Your "want ad." will T ne- , , t ' copted and 'phoned to Tho Salt ' 'ft Tribuno office at rognlar l;fjt j rates by the following agents: i'ij BRANCH OFFICES I 3 Qodbz-Pltts Drug Co. j J ' 101 2Iain Stroet I ji 1 ! W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., j ' , ! Corner Second South, nud State. , t SHERWOOD PHARMACY, l u i ! S02 Sontb State. ' ! J LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand j 'I r Pacific Hotel, Carnor 3rd Weft ', i and South Templo. . . J I VIRMIIiLION'S PHAR- !i E 3IACY, 511 Wcst 2nd South. ' it B 'Phono 1838. 'V S WASATCH DRUG STORE, 1 I 1 5 corner Second South and Third It j ' 5 East. I ' i W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 1 i Hth East and 12th South, Su- I M j gar House, II! ! 1 MED. j 'jSOHOFIELD At 40 Western avenue, this city, Mav 5. 1S0I, of pneumonia. C...

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. — 4 May 1904

j The Baut 3Lake Tribiine: 'Wednesday KoiumG, Mat" 4, 1904:. 9 11 fijj H i f. MORGAN I IDPPING OUT My Letting Loose 5 i of Big Ms. i S jiving Up Control in Railway Affairs Indicates Pur ll I pose to Retire. I t rtt Arerae to ilgrlitening- the B urdon 4. It of His Vast Business Re j jponsibilities. i . Igff TORK. May 3.-Publlcity Is riven to the Impression that .T. pjerpont Morgan is preparing- to -tire from the center of the bus .close. " W reported that the t financier Is gradually rcllnqulsh oatrol of large interests. In proof lis, It is cited that Mr. Morgan has I-awn from the ratine trust of tho "raflroao, and that the election of iHarrlman a few months ago -i-ilied the entry of a new and power blerest in this property. Only re fciiy two business associates of Mr. ;"&! jjcan were elected to vacancies In i 1 Erie board, thus indicating a, defl- 4 jij jttention to take an active- part in 35 I, csnasemenL Simultaneously vrith I' Hsrrlman's accession to Influence Ql 'jy affairs ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 May 1904

BpH 10 The 3aiv Tatcf, Tkebtosis: IVbdstssdat Mowsxsg, May 4, 1904. T If ill; UINTAH INDIANS ;'; , AND IRRIGATION ' ' jj j Prof. C. T. Prawl o the United States I j j Geological Survoy Talks of Enst- ' era Utah Conditions. 11, ' j flrtlERE -la undoubtedly much land i, I "j on the Uintah reservation thai: i . w can be roclnlmcd by irrigation," l is the opinion expressed by j I " ! Prof. C. T. Prowl of tho United States , J n 1 geological survey, who is a guest at the !' t 1 . Knutaford. Mr. Prawl was engaged a 1 ' j few yenrs ago in making a survey for , I the purpose o-f determining the amount i .1 o water on the reservation available j J for irrigation, and Ik well posted in re- I, I sard to that section. I i "My report is in the hands of the de- ( ' , ! portnicnf he said, "and when it is i , 1 mado public you can get some reliable ! ia J Hlgurcs. I cannot state even npproxl- mutely how much .land can be re- I claimed. Tlie ground is distributed in -l ' I small and Irregular tracts...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 May 1904

10 CLOVEN BY SWEEP OF SWORD Officer in Presenco of His Bride. -rrn May 3,-The story of a "tra rf0Irfvof war and which has come 1 torn three different sources, but SJch cannot be vouched for, has , ,.t truth to any one who under 9 the Japanese character. Here !L one of the regiments was enter !7 -in the vicinity of Kobe, a young Lo had been called to the colors m neWl- uniformed, to the train. I Sed by his mother and sisters and I tSe of a few day,. Generally the II ...ires of a soldier wave flags swung Hm bamboos and shout "Banzai" Sfn a Midler goes to fight for the M Jirr but the mother and s-istcrs I W'J j rfrt-eved and held out no staying P,W? ?he bride, young and full of II Ac fo? her husband, wept. With W Wrr sleeve of her kimono, she wiped I ?.!?2ra and clung apn-allngly to her I !rS arm. Impatiently the ofll lbCTcornmand ordered him lo board H&ualn, but he lingered, and the tears wnto trickle down. E Tha officer Impatiently called him KaS to entrain, but the young man if ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 May 1904

E! MM I I H $ . , The Salt Qaks teibtote: wedtesday jviorosxng-, May 4, 1904. - t li't : IL If.fl!' , f News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace aid of JHillLj , t'"ii! PIOCHE-NEVADA I MAKES PROGRESS ! ii i'i Located in January, Organised , in ' i ( ' ,! February, Shipments of Rich ! '.) ,' Ore Havo Already Begun. , , i 4 i i K12PORT of wonderful proerrces fk for the labor that has been done j : and the short time that has been ' 1 " ) j consumed in dolnj? It cornea from 1 i' tho Plochc-Nevada' company's work- i ; ines In the neighborhood of the old m I 1 Raymond-Ely mine, some twenty-five (' v j miles from Calientes. This property has been grouped and located since tho j beginning of tho present year and al- I , ; ready a shipment of one car carrying , i patiHfactory values has been made and j , j further shipments of still better values "i ' are promised for the near future. The i ,1 ' principal owners are the Rives broth- i ors. with onices in the D. F. Walker 1 i'l building, J. W. ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 May 1904

-pTOte Bankers, the'lerchants and the Brokers, j I Stall Street Was I j sluggish and Narrow ' j Iflfc so Tor as General Movament 1 1 ffas Concerned, Although Thoro j Wero Several Spurts. J it ntf YORK', May 3.-Tho enrly stock ml narXct today showed somo dlspo- I SN Son to contlnuo tho downward novement which wn3 In forco yea I ? , r Tho check to the decline had tho i ' Mce of a contest waged botween I i'fr"i factor in the market, and tho I 'f movement was discontinued aa I Vls tho ttHMas s checked. Tho op- !' m tor the dccllno seemed to center S oninff on Unltcd Sta Stccl pr" while tho supporters fat tho market K t their efforts upon Union Pacific S-r movement wag explained by any of tho day. and so far as regards I 1 to stocte seemed to bo prompted i SSrby the purpose to Infucnco tho gen V i ffijrket. Tho general movement was nlrX-elr Ehipplsh ami narrow. filViSffStlon of trading In London U.vVf te tvJ , holldftv. with no evidence of JVPMta- reo i of tho military events M?5 wa a re...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 May 1904

Hi;1!,! -BomaBtic Marriage to I: End in Divorce. H j : it'! 'Children Objected to Rich . Contractor Second ! ' f f1 ' Venture. ' ij Justice Reserves Decision, in Case Hl j ! i Where Tragic Suicide Figures in ! i PTocee,diii&3' i ! Ht -I TLTEW Y0RK iIay 3. "Washington H, I .', JlJ Bulkloy 1b suing Mrs. Chlpala H 1 11 Viola Bulkley for divorce and she Hj i i has a counter suit against hSm. I In the Supremo court yesterday the hus band's case was on trial, and he seemed I to enjoy it. H, Mixed up in the domestic trouble of H the Bulkleys Is the Eton of an alleged ( crime and a tragedy, one of the men H1 t I accused In Bulltley's complaint having ( j killed himself as he was about to bo ar rested on BUBplclon of being guilty of H defalcations amounting to $100,000. i 1 The plaintiff is a Brooklyn contractor V1 and is reported to be wealthy, but ho K1' j denies he la worth $500,000. He formerly Hj . vrauB active In Republican politics In j . j' Brooklyn, and in the last two admlnis- ...

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