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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 May 1904

Issi" gsfl c2iJL ni espiM - 111 Mjsj! fcTir T 1,1 Tifrf yl 8 ly SlML ly flb ill ILm I 1 wis a t tho hcf.rtP 'loTc j 1 ' fwonlx V JP ( f V 'T' - r NT NT T which hn been ordered closed. -4- 1 11 0 1! , v "WEATHER TODAY Unsettled, -r -f-r;;-t-:f. 1 I WVGL. XLVH.- y o-19 . Salt Laxe City, Utah, Thursday Moiinxe, Ma.y 5, 1904-. 12 fhe es.Five Ojjnts , 1 1 III ifffl TRUST fs ai Figures to 1 It Securetf. j jese Will Be Presented to (thi Attorney-General i j for Action. fitiaiion in Denver Takes Stops M Which Will Bo Drnstio j. in Effect. 1(!pter' CoIo, May ",-"The ljj-onvenlion composed of dele "ifptes of the cattlegrowcrs of hie States west of the MIs I rir, today completed the iiluUon of the Cattlesrovrcrs' In yte Executive committee and ad ! The following: board of man ias elected, the second name for t Stale iHing that of the alternate: u, Mlndo JlacKcnzic and Capt. a Lytle; Mexico, W. C. iH and Frank Low; South Dakota, k M. Slewart: Montana, J. M. ton and J. M. Holt; Colorado, Ittd Sc...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 May 1904

r j 2 The Sam? Iakb Tribune: Thursday Mobxqtg, May 5, 1904. I It' ill! button nnd, :ig far ns possible, copies ,' ' . will be placed In tlio lianas of thoso ,ijr " who have to do directly with the sub- r i i i ! i ject of Irrigation and who naturally are I '. j j ( the ones most Interested, 3 ' i Uintah Reservation Work. ij 'ijl ; "While It will not be possible to H i V ' throw open the Uintah reservation for 4i( settlement In accordance with the pro- J j ' H visions adopted at the! last session of , 1 1 1, ' Congress, the delny will not be as great jr ; as originally Intended. The Idea of .. ' postponing the opening of this great I body of land a year seemed extrava- !l I I I 1 I gant to me and, together with the other , M 1 niernbors of the Utah delegation, I had fj ! " .j j'j tlie time for the opening extended live ' 1' months .and. on March 1. 1005, th,e set- ,,' i , tiers of Utnh will have an opportunity H I . !. to take up certnin lands within the K I f ,,' ' confines of the r...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 May 1904

Happenings of a Day in Utah i OGDEN I j ,OTBTJNE3EAN0H OFFICE, 1 C ORGANIZE t f NATIONAL GUARD I I iSri So or th0 1rnllI" I five P,C" of th0 National Guard. A U 'b "lied as soon as a suffl- gJSier haves. gaed. a?. f'-t,J J il omenta on the restraining order I hSe of the property of the e" rf today Tho plaintiffs are R. ' Thomas Maloncy and the Ecclcs !idS in the concern ajid that vt ,,,nir for tho purpose of k h,m ffother stockholders out. ' gf,t?r" "s UUcn under advisement. CbeninsWn s her0 fr0m SaH l.ijis- jJlj. internal Revenue Conector L-n- Ifltoirn- . ff. n V-hlttemoro Is up from Salt Lake us,neas; iS-adlrnnn Tlollo Emmett was a Salt ,f 7'vlsltor today. tttlj. - Rich Is in the dty from Idaho. WjL Mar term of the Second District jjt opened today. -1 't t nutcJiins, by his attorney. Judge i ia h brought .ult against James i K&lTlo recover possession of certain 3 pptftf 1" Slatervllle fU, tiKllrolnary hearing of WUHam I v IS Joseph Murnhy. charged with 1 ' !$ Ihe Beltter Jewel...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 May 1904

K ------ ---------BBBM B" h f The Sam? Lake TtQbttmij Thtxrsdat Morotstg, Mat 5. 1904. 1 If. hc a tlrattt. j , i i Issued every mornlnp by Salt Lake Trib- Ij , '5 i' une PubUahlnR Company. PERRY S. lb ') ,i I HEATH, Publisher and General Man- 3 ! 'J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, la I H Dally and Sunday Tribune, one week.J .25 P i (j Dally and Sunday, one month 1.00 j x Dally and Sunday, two months 2-00 ' , Dally and Sunday, three months 3.00 u ! Dally and Sunday, one year .po i Sunday Tribune, ono year 2.00 11) ",t Sunday Tribune, six monthB J- ( I " ) Soml-Weokly Tribune, ono year j ' All remittances nnd business letters 1 1, . " J ! should be addressed to . , . i TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, H J Salt Lake City, Utah. I 't I S. C. Reekwlth. Special Apnncy. Sole l' .' '. " Eastern Advertising Aneut. Eastern of- fl , . " '! flcr -43-4M5-47-48-49 Tribune Bulldlwr. I I New York. Western office. C10-512 Trlb- I K ji une Building, Chicago ' (( I ' , ' ' No communication In rfllatlon to pitbll- ....

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 May 1904

llX THOUSAND l iyiLL BE CONNECTED S f'W "".SE ! o switchboards in It 1 SemLm on the third floor of the i KSlSnP at State and Jt C rtnt ,2, i now being carried for- fclh slreelf :a" possible by th Utah s, r3,P t5 Whone company . Of llcew I 'JSmlcnt Teicp" ldv at homo at TiW cotni.n; ft- though the 1 nnancnt M"X fidv for business ? tfof ""Smevfhat by tho bad 4 wn J,a nronilsod. however, that fl .trcr- I1 1", pJni take Paco within i olVenh umo. when ovoo-thlns ! fo'TrectXVlnff order IP 5n t P'S P almost installed by tho h fm PLa model ont in every rc A i tJDiPfl"y ii J itS wires cabled ahd P SSt w,,&Auli district under & In " n building protected W'.rom lira ami lightning, tho immune from the action at litswin telephones working as it (be hardest ftorm us in tho jnriwr t be 'iarThe maohjuery and fairest U?L iSUit aro, in every de !i?ilpment f K date as It baa been B. ft-curc. while the offices and inffflons for employ arc &h ,u tw detroct. While the pres .illbl. ?nt of the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 May 1904

u I ! ij THE-SAItLaICE ifetBTOTB: THURSDAY MOTUNHNre, MAY 5. 1904. I H'jjjj News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill ) IMjl LARGE ORE BODY IN jj.j . CALIFORNIA MINE I) ' Twelve Feet of Silver-Lead Ores ' ; Causo Preparations for Starting" I " J H Concentrator. J ,i n t I , 1 i STRIKE of more than ordinary 1 l ,' A Importance, and one which meann f1 ' " . much to the company, wbh yes- t ! terday reported from the Oallfor- j nla property at Parle City. The llnd j' 1 ' occurred on the intermediate level and I ' 1 the body has a width of twelvo feet. , J ! Samples of tho ore were in Manager ! 1 Snyder's office and they Indicated the I T presence of an unusually large body. : Sample from thio body, when sub- 1 , i Jccted to tbo oseaycr's teat, disclosed 45 per cent lead, and twenty-two ounces of I i silver to the ton. The ore also carries i I I 1 zinc to an extent that will roQiiIro it j I to be subjected to concentration and I i to meet thlB need preparations are bo- i, ' ing: ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 May 1904

jth ilie Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. ) iSS Moved 1 brow Channel A Urates 1 Stock. 'J Sari w price in tj ent Reaction. i, i ,. Mav 4.-Thc counter- 8 "fJJSw in .o United $ VcimI Mocks, ngolnst strength & MW, Mdflc. had the effect Of & iSSobinty today. Th0 sc."" 3 ,nl was narrower and the .3 f nlcctod than at any timo f nt Plod of dullness pel f ?r i11 statcs su? j fLjed the lowest price on tho 4 Wlton V common getting be- 1. 'Jtitwd below SB. The 4 Kisase bpnds were reactionary. 72 iS of tho Bessemer Ore as j uUs the signed cause of the X' "ieJ lb "'c,:0 larE0 lran8acUon8 tfl LfKfftl at different times. MF.'q.... cause of tho advance In fftSc the giving out of a HlSEbr Ibo head of the system ex SBKM vlows of tho business SSbW throuch tho West. ftS'Jjrddl by hopeful trad KhUnallon of a purpose to offer iS'Sc-Jpnort to tho market, wns of t? Ft? hfluence on sontlment, owing Mrf oJanectlons of tho author In wJlworld. The attitude of tho fflraSww. was strictly a waiting...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 May 1904

j I'ti 8 '.Che Salt Latcw TfiiBtrens: Thubsday Moknustg, MAY 5. 1904. ' 1 Bi'lj T pxSlism SPORTING NEWS basoall! I ;. j" N MINERS AND SAINTS I S i WILL MEET TODAY Hi ' I 1 1 f Walter Wilmot's Bunch of Ball Toas- -j "" erBvWill Mix With Elders This j ' j ' Afternoon at Walker's. 1 i ! . ! ' ' PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE. Hjj ( A - Standing of the Cla'be. t " S . Won. LO.-t. 1.C. - J-utle ? jftlt Lako 1 "4 -1 cv4 Hl j 1 J Giving- Out Hain Checks. -f Hj I . -t- "Sec. 5r. In tlio event of a gamo -f 1 1 being stopped by r.iiti or declared -4- ' forfc,tei beforo completion of flvo H "I - Vf- innings, the home club may issue -f Hit j "'-t- admission checks good for tho noxt -f Hi J J -f- sucr-coding came. If such checks -f- ; uro fo Issued tho visiting club nhall 4 j hf- not bo cntitlod to Its percentage of -f- 1 receipts; but if such checks aro not " -f- Issued, tho visiting rlub shall bo j entitled to Its percentage of re- Hj " ' ccipta, precisely ns l tho enmc had -f - '-f- been fully playe...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 May 1904

fj HE fl&IP ILaSE TRlBTOns!; Thursday Moii5Ma 5, 1904; 9 1, i TOW 1 THE if MOSES j I fflemocrafs Turn From I ! i Leaders. V Si i seeking a Candidate That $ !' They Hope (Hay Reconcile 3 I Warring Factions. 5 I j lulu's Boom Is Believed to Havo 'Rcii Its Wmit Party Gropes , ! in the Dark. f J ;e,Kj3l to Tho Tribune. J IJ-iiSHlNGTON, amy 4.-It will be m wel1 for thosc tl,at are tryl"5 t0 2? ' if keep tab on the ,,slltn,nK ! I changes which are taking place A the Democratic Presidential sltua ?f!on t(5 write on their slates a new name M stories A Towne, formerly a Minno lLta Republican, a supporter of Bryan 1556 and 190O-and now a New Yorl: KjLd" broker and Tammany brave. fc3 Farkor Is not nearly so close $3fto tbe nomination today as he seemed ?lo l a eek as Th0 country is be us beard from and as It reilects the Wats of "William Jennings Bryan and i'thtHMrst syndicate, and notes the op 'pjritlon of Tammany to Judgo Parker, J there" Is a lessening of the popular en Jtbcsiasm for th...

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. — 5 May 1904

Hltr-i JO rrHIB Sax,t T-JJKjS TexBUira.' Thursday Morotg-ZMay 5, 1904. I ' Id ; f r . 1 fill """WANT APS" I j V CASH RATES j' v -i IOc pr lino first Insertion. J I ' t j So per line each subsequent f j j j ! ' Insertion. j ( 2 f x-r nt' to occupy loss Bpac ,' t . Tout "want ad' will be nc- I, i it copied nnd 'phoned to Tho Salt j . f jj .Lake- Tribune offlco at regular j ', " !i ; I ratos hy following agents: fljjjj BRANCH OFFICES . Qodb-Pltts Drug Co. 1 'r 101 Main Streofc. j " i ';! W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., I ' ' Corner Second South and State. f ,H SHERWOOD PHABMACY, i) j COS South State. ' ' a LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand '' 1 : Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Wet , South Temple. ' , i VIRMILLION'S PHAR- j : MACY, 511 West 2nd South. 7t i 'Phono 1S38. 1 Ji : WASATCH DRUG STORE, ' ( I corner Second South and Third '( ; i East. j ! W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, J V , i ' , 1 1th East nnd 12th South, Su- I ''! car House- 8 I 1 1 ' j FUNERAL NOTICES. 1 ' SULLIVAN The funeral of Tlmothv 1 Sullivan tvlll ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 May 1904

N.I Tech Salt Lake TEtiBTOTE: Thiirsday Mokniw. Mat 5, 1904o 11 IB .R - , . mi iHM 1 " N 0. OF U. FIGHT ) L bampaipi- : S SStSTof Athletic Council, ? i-P Thomas. Horace Whit- Jr STUDENT body election held 2 I Ltidar the University u S ? rSSrtoe in many W. The li liSdcet launched In the Held i C' Start students: A3 first ex- ! St engineers supported Brown . 'and elected him. Brown rc ifees against eighty-eight 55 d, Prison tha. arts candidate. SlS S 'candidate of the en ? 'l.fc.Vs received live compjlmont- Bwm ewt b' colIce women d; ThfTrt students are somewhat f!1, JJer Carlson's defeat and at- it to the new campaign mothoda I'lBrf br the engineers. As ?oon as fSSrii finished his speech, nominat C;', the engineers sctaed their JlSe ind amid wild shouts and iffillroadcd him up to the Presl ifteSalrta a wheel barrow. The IS capped the climax by Into evidence their mascot an iXSs white bulldog, with '07 -Men its back In loud, red colore. ".Sail & member of the '07 class. 1 J0H cham...

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. — 5 May 1904

Hju j ' '! 12 TOlUS SAW LAKE TlRJSUNH: THURSDAY MOHSINGs MAY 5, 1904. 'I I!,' . CITY COUNCILMEN f !j LISTEN TO REQUESTS I ' Idght and Telephone Companies and 0 i t i j Pawnbrokers Considered by j I 1 ! Committees. 51 ) jiij : . , "jr AYO RABLE action was taken by jj . ' 1 U the street committee oC tho City 1 ' ' A Council last night upon the peti- l ' "'j tlon of the Utah Light and Rall- 1 ; , . .way company aoklng permission to ' eroct poles In the center of the street I I l !'; between F and O street." on Third. The I ' ,) company. set out that It was necessary j f ' : -to erect tho poles and that If permitted , to do to they would pull down the ' poles along tho curb line on both sides J I, ,j of the street. They also agreed to use i the one set of poles in the center of the i . - j Htreet light, trolley and feed wires, and I , ' said that telephone wires, too, could bo ' ) . stretohed on the poles. Although oon- i i ''. trarj' to tho ordinance the committee V -will recommend tlu...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 May 1904

" ' ' WEATHER- TODAY Generally fair. L f Yfl giVnO- 20. "J LAK1 ITY' UTAH' 1TCTDAY Moiqg, May G, loot, 1 iq PHGES... akes Patriotism lis Seal M. jS Not Been Inside of a 'Church to Worship for j Many Years. K&Dtrine of Lifo If to Teach Wten to Be Rcnl Good , &fczens. MlLADELPHIA. .May o. "Andrew SfcjrrieEie is an infidel," is tho Ssurtllns Msertion published by Xorth American of this city, jfcfwmatlon Is accredited to one dC fyifs most prominent educators, iis Quoted as saying: $itgie docsn t believe in God, and certain I" liis ideas concerning fu nl and punishment' for the Itii evil whkii men do In this iuiolism Is Carnegie's Idol. He time for churches, and refuses ctritute to their support, except 2 Mveral cases to provide organs. in ho thbiks musical education is j&agh his family continue to at lie Presbyterian church, Carnegie sot ten inside a house of worship 22J years, It Is said. Liide's antipathy to the church tie religion of Christ are known to abate friends, but...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 May 1904

H ' !) 2 The Sait ILake Tribtote: Fhidax Momint&, May 6, 1904. - 'M Ki m - - - - 4 I : RUSSIA ANXIOUS I TO AVENGE YALU 1' Fighting Blood Czar's mik Troops Is Up. H ' Commander-in-Ch'ief, While Hi, m Greatly Chagrined, Will I " ' I Not Act Rashly. j '"j Ho Will Endeavor to Prevent ft 1 ji Junction of tb'o Forces of J Jnpnn. L I T. PETERSBURG. May 5. Gen. H j, Kuropatkln lias gone to Uio front H '. V 3 from Ijlno Yanp o Inspect Iho slt- fl i uaiion personally. Troops are'be- j ing hurried forward from the Lino Yang and Mukden Una to a position near j , Feng "Wang Cheng. i j All the Russian wounded have been H1 J t sent back toward Llao Yang In order not to encumber tho-operations of the Russian army. H 1 , rt nppenra evident that Gen. Kuro patkin is preparing to give battle to i Gen. Kurokl's army If circumstances IHH 1 n-nrrnnt. I ( Russians Want Revenge. ( ' ( Private reports are to the effect that ; ! ' ; the fighting blood of the Russian sol- I , ' ! , l diers Is up and that t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 May 1904

i JJi h I 8 p llS or nvaon Every Sick anl Afiling Working' Girl l " PSpj vSPuff! II 'H JTV fun,l''b s t,lcse STbrls that Mrs. Pinkbam holds out a helping hand, and extends a cordial invitation JflifaOLV ill i II iJI l pffiSft) yffijlb: t3beU $s NsCot: correspond, with hor. Her long: record, of success in treating woman's ills makes her letters of liltlilllla&'rlw ' K II ' '1 5 "-:?!?P!nsiSjr sJJMMj Ai!i((Mujy JvmS. ad-vice of untold value to every ailing working: girl, and. from hcrvvidc experience-and. skill shoquickly V 1 lull I SvJ . M NkiI 11 l ' "' t fCXT? gpto U4J Hi points the way to health. Her advice is free, and all letters are held by her in the strictest confidence. IJy0 JlwU 1 mhltSa iHUilh'H ''''MM-W Pf rT'VfTv 'Xj. -A.dd.resi, Mrs. Pinlcham, Iiynn, Mass. Don't put of f writing her until your health is wrecked. 77 Iffhf Wfngm I II I 1 IflllO KftwjI WPffflriaa Givs who work are particularly susceptible to female ills, especially whenxtoliged to stand on their feet f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 May 1904

I ' 4. The SaXiT Lake TRrBinsrsi Fribai7" Motufezg, May G 1904. I 3!! IS t il IS t Ispued every morning by Salt Lake Trlb- ll ,! . uno PubllshinGr Company. PERKY B. y 'i Jt HEATH, Publisher and General Mon I l M JSp TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, 'it Daily and Sunday Tribune, one- week.? .25 II. ' Dally nnd Sunday, ono month ....... iw ! I ,i Dally and Sunday, two months ...... 2aW ! !' , Dally and Sunday, throe months 3.00 9 I it Dally nnd Sunday, ono year ".CO i ' " a , Sunday Tribune, ono year J.oo 'is Sundav Trlhuno, six monthfl J I ( ' 1 Seml-"Weokly Trlbuno, one year i.w If ' ' All remittances and business lettoro ' J ''i should be addressed (o ! . i 4 !i - TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, ; ' Salt Lake City. Utah. i t. S. C. Beokwlth. 8pclal Agency. Solo 5 ,j Eastorn Advertising Airent. Eastorn of- I (f flee. -M5-7-"19 Tribune Building, i Now Tork. Western offlco, G10-C13 Trlb- ' I ' mo Building. Chicago. f . ' ,' ' No communication In relation to nubll- ! , " ) cation In or business for ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 May 1904

Jj . ' XHE SATI' TjAXE TRTBTOTEi FRIDAY MOKNlG, MAT tf4 1904. 5 Iff . : .. I I '-, i 'taKE society enjoyed its Sirden party yesterday '-S1 S the University club, one In this city.. I'81 1 ' drttriit It was. The Jroluaeonodlous & 5t transformed Into a gur !C E !s o stately palms. V, hinirine baskets sus rft e open roof, with tall ff nil blossoms forming a fart!Cthc receiving party, and Wut holding bowls of frag i r'vhite lilacs. Handsome iL th- floor, while couches, greens mode the garden f T attractive places for ft? m tie city. Tall palms ' nbout the raIUne T" fAardcn, and through the 5 the palms could be had a J the valley and the view of he ariiw ,v, Uu 'edJrs. William H. r,UvhinV Mrs. James Chambers Frederick Dern, stood i M,iJl At the door leading t'A? Se'Srden. In the learner stood the punch table. Some lace cover, and dec 'i Jlth lilacs and sprlngeril. In rfr.V nf ihe garden was a. long ler or i ne h nurnle II- rrterplece, and suspended itS Smaller tables were placed $m&a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 May 1904

lib I il 6 The Salt JLajhb TmsrrajjE: F-ridax MoiqsKs&, May 6. 1904, i I fr d Happenings of a Day in Utah"! I-j j J OQ DEN 1,1 j j , TBIBUirE BRANCH OFFICE, 1 Ij , HEAVY RAINSTORM AND j VIVID LIGHTNING FLASHES i , III 1 1 orcecial to Tho Tribune. , 1 j J OGDBN, May 5. The storm which i "i ' j! 1 passed over Ofiden last night was an ijj j unusunlly severe one. Rain fell in tor- j 1 ,' routs accompanied by a severe lifjht- , , J ulna: and thunderstorm. A ball of ! ' ';! i lightning struck a tree on Twenty- ' I M !;! ' iglith street and split ft wide open. Po- ' ! f V ""ceman Hadlock had a rather narrow ( . ' ' escape from the same boll. I-ladlock ,, J ! ' , v.as riding along the sidewalk on his ( 1 r'i, ; bicycle when the lightning' struck the tree about half a block ahjad of him. i ij The lights were extinguished and Had- I I ,l ).ck was dazed by the shock to such I ', . l mi extent that nr van Into a i v , picket fence, badly lacerating his hand. . ' v 4 j , The storm also cause...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 May 1904

Ifc""" XOUnS j D Sails WiJl. 1 I"sh Lad O H- s- Defeats TP Spokane Trims O 'I J Breaks Record f From Miners Wins Derby All Hallows J The Infants j M Iard knocks I I ffl TI GAME Discover Use f of Bats. Send Butte's Best Pitchers ' to the Bench In s j, Despair. H . 1 n I 8 jftjrs fiet the Worst of It Wiggs Wjfj Was Very Wild. kciFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE. Standing of the Clubs. W. L. r.c. 5 3 .K t game that was marked by heavy IUdb. the Elders yesterday defeated t Butte Miners by a score of 32 to It was n slugging match from to finish, but tho Saints hold the bits and won out, "Big JIm'r i onJ "Bandy" Bandelln received cf the punishment, although How , touched up quite freely by til stick artists. Wiggs pitched five ?, walked six men and gave away ile hit?. He was replaced by Jcn ie joulhpaw recently released by '. and tne Miners secured but ax ViHu lnrlntr thr rmnlnrlnr nf fpne. Eandelin Pounded Hard, irdelln was not In shape and tho jjijubjcctcd him to a terrific fusillade. dj" only pitch...

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. — 6 May 1904

IN J; -CHE SAIiT 3LAKE TBXBTJ3STE: FRIDAY MoEjNTQnTG, MAY 6, I90e II Ill f pWANT ADS"'1 j j: CASH RATES ' j IOc por lino first insertion. I f ' 5o per lino ench. subsequent t,i Insertion. .-No nd. to occupy less spaeo j 'it than two ltns. I' I A Tour "want ad." will he - f ( , copted and 'phoned to Tho Salt j . ' ,, Tribune offloo at TOgular j ' ! rates by tho following: agents: :!!lh'. BRANCH OFFICES , ,, ., j . 1 '4 , Qodbo-PItts Drug Co. ! 101 Main Street, I 'l W. H. DAYTON DRUG C0.f ' ; ; Corner Second South, and State. ; M SHERWOOD PHAILMACY, , I - I !,. , ! C02 South State. 1 ' HEAVER DRUG CO., Grand , ', Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Wc?t I , I and South Templo. VIRMILLION'S PHAR- ;j' MACY, 511 West 2nd South. 1 1 'Phono 1838. I ' I' WASATC7H DRUG STORE, I ' ,' ' corner Second South and Third ' "i ' East. V !( R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 'i '4 ' llth Enst and 12th South, Su- , j : ffar House. I' ! ; DIED. I 1 LIND. In thlH city May 5, 1904, August Llnd, a native of Sweden (lato of Park ...

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