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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 January 1904

HQULOME M PLEA vlArer Rose Gives His vjBAtierneys Trouble. fcgE ENTERS A PLEA 1 Kii's Set for Trial Monday, , -Wfc February 8!ii. Kffsriiiei Still Defiant His Attorneys W ' Bfe.Will Set Up the Plea of In 9Mj," sanity Other'Cnscs. Kri-.uilc Kosc. the barber who con . Kissed to the eimc of uxoricide, refused plead to the information when ar ;jBtoigncd on the charge of murder in the fKrst-ideRTee in the District court yes trRrflav niorninir. The court ordered that BSpIea of not guilty be entered and the ?JRge;Wis set for trial on Tuesday, Fob 'I'Bary Sth. The refusal of the defendant Bp1plead "was the result of a ecmpromlso WCci th life attorney. Soron X. Christcnsen. tho','"vilh ). In'. Straup, was appointed 'vtfe, defend the prisoner. Hose is said to Kive insisted upon entering- a plea of ' Builty to the charge, lie refused to jJPjead not guilty, but it Is understood iSraiT prevailed upon to enter no plea at jfc-Bjj;"' Xow that a plea of not guilty has Hfeeh entcrctl 11 13 understood...

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. — 12 January 1904

Hp! he Salt IxAK Trjbtoos: Tuesday mobotstg-, Jantjakx 12, 1901-. fc. 111 kin & s."4rPRQ,s;pEcfj,fiAi?s grot est i' I !-yvy NTN Q' JPRPSpECTORSj'iNDURyJ 1 " I TWO MEETINGS HELD u H J Butler-Liberal and Lower H Mammoth Companies. H ! i MANAGER JACBS'S REPORT H ; Simon Bamberger to Bo Pres- ; 'I Idont of Lowar Mammoth. ! ' James Chipman and Solon, Spiro Hi ! M Iletiro From the Board of i' ' Directors. h - . 1 The stockholders o the BuUer- Hl Liberal Consolidated Mining1 company Hl ) held their first meeting since the con- ; solldatlon of the Ben Butler and Chl- Hj 1 i cago and Bingham miaiing companies, Hj I yesterday. The election of the directors H! j resulted in no material changes, the Hl ! hoard consisting- of A. lu. Jacobs, C. N. H' ' ' ! Strevell, M. J Friedman, X. U. Colbath, j Joseph Geoghegan, II. Cunningham Hj: and II. Barnett. : 1 Mr. Jacobs was afterward elected 1 I president and general manager; Mr. H; Strevell, vice-president; M. J. Fried- Hi man, treasurer, and AV....

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. — 12 January 1904

pM THE &AIT 1LAKE TRIBinSTE: TUESDAY foRNl STOCKYOFTMEWORLD -fT STOCKS J OOTLOOK BETTER Wthe General Opinion in P K Wall Street. mIMet moves upwarb iJSf1' Up-Grade Movement mn Ltw-Grade Stocks. Htnt of Sterling Exchange Far From Gold Import Point J Hfe No Cause for Surprise. I ark, Jan. 11. There was general t today that the outlook for a adjustment or the Russo-Jap-pute was distinctly more cheer thc speculative markets moved mlty with this view, stocks and Ivanclng and whent showing a tendency. The movement In as moderate and rather spotty. was obvious difficulty In hold ilghcr level of prices. his no change In the character ir outlook, so far as published cated, to account for the reac endency, which prompted the i that buyers of December were jsed to realize rather than to ny strengthening appearance, y general character of the up cemcnt In low-grade stocks nf penlnp this morning was taken iroplllous development, owing to :Ion of manipulative methods at- It and the common kno...

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. — 12 January 1904

Hf G The Salt TuUe TmsxFxa: Tuesday Mokstxg, Jajsuakt 12, 1904, B j 'IT If! HELP FOB THE STRICKEN hi 11 ' h ;j Athletes Will Tak Part in ' a Benefit. j ! BOXING AND WRESTLING J ' Salt Lake Theator, and January ! 22nd, Agreed Upon,. M What the Sporting1. Men of the City 'If Proposo to Do for the Gleason and Brighton Families. ! ' . it was decided yesterday by those who f nrfi in charge o tho athletic carnival to i be civin for tlie benefit of tho families of j " the two murdered street ear men that tho I i vent will take place on the 22nd of tliis I, .1 niomn. -Manager t-.viaur in. mu oail j Theater has donated the use of that bulldl:)? free of all charges. . The entertainment will Include oxhibl- H - t Ion's ,hy some of the moat clever athletic i' performers in the city, as well as some j ' '-.ifled visitor. Jerry McCarthy, one of .' the cleverest pi-oductlons of the West In ! ' :i llslic'way. has agreed to a four-round i i zn v;lth' Ray Barney, also noted as a t lever boxer. Tonirn...

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. — 12 January 1904

x The Salt Lake ' TkebtjS iTO GET BUSY 1 Proposition Now (Tthe Farmers. SAM IS READY Cc-Operailon With j Government, voir Project la Feasible, access Rests With tho Land Owners. rographcr Xcwell of the reclamation service has at he will be In Salt Lake Inst, for the Gpeclal pur ingr from owners of land he Utah lake Government project an expression of n relation to the Govern-taklng- the proposed work of whether the work will iw wholly In the hands of "he Government has done ary work of ascertaining of the project the pre rt has been made, It Is I has been favorably re ft department. Now tho will proceed to do the :lng the money to defray without Interest, if the i land to be affected want Iie. But it is necessary in cases 01 lnd, whore the Government does j ivn the land, for the owners to I tho initiative, to express a wllllng to outer Into a contract to relm thc Government for Its outlay, dea being- to make the time m i repayment is to be made suffl that tlw increased productlvc nd...

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. — 12 January 1904

H XO THE SA37T XiAKE "EKDStniO!:" TCTSDAY MOSmiSG, JAgTUARY 12, 1904. WOOL GROWERS MEET H National Association Is Con Hi; ;j vened in Portland. Hi! j SENATOR WARREN'S ADDRESS Hp t Hl Utah (VI on on Credentials and Resolutions Committtos. Constitution Is Brought Up for Adop- H; tion But One Change of Import- H I nnce in New Document. Hi' ' Portland, Or., Jan. 11. The cor.ven- Huj , lion of the National Wool Growers' as- Hi socintion was called to order In the Hjj Baker theater I his morning at 1l ::J0 Btj I o'clock. The theater was filled with ' sheep men from the Western States Hl j antj wltl. representatives of allied in- ' terests from various parts of the coun- try. Among those In attendance were ' two of President Roosevelt's commls- j doners to Investigate the public land Ht quest lorr; which will be one of the Ini- Hj portjuit matters presented for con- f; yidcration bj' tlie wool g:eweis. flj United States Senator Warren of "Wyoming, president of the Wool Grow- c is' associat...

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. — 12 January 1904

NJ THE SAJuT JiAKR TRTBXINE: TUESDAY MOl&STtfGr, JaPCTART 12, 1904. 11 I 'I BE r WR -ODGE6 WANTING 111 ff' AfiKeJould lnppct tho new ife ancllVenovatcd Knlghta of IBrSsAlT nlnps bloclc. For par- SKtaToDOE NO. 3. F. AND A. -VMasontc Jmll Arst Tuesday ench Wt Members of sister lodges and eo- Bank p. sherwood. w. m. Sg C. PHIT-IilPS. Spcrotary. IKSch" LODGE NO. 3 F. AND A. lO MKlmiiIC hnl). tecond Friday each VMemtxra of sister lodce and o brethren In pood S.0,," V, ? A. BROWN. W, M. tlHh 10 WEjSecrotarj BjWOiUAll LJUUE NO. 2. P. AND V jjasonlc hall, second Monday each yK, Members of sister lodpea and so Tfcr brethren In pood standing m- JAMES H. BROWN. W. M. ijfcgTOPirER DrEHU Secretary. WKaah TEMPLE A. A O N M. imj Wednesday of each month, wa ff BSJ1 4t 8 p- m A" nolle3 sojourn- II K?tCC, F. JENNTNGS, Potentate. MtJtQWN, Recorder. HBjoODMEN OF THE WORLD. SETrCAtPnSETSEVERT U i-BFlilSht at S o'clock In Knights of T' t:K hdll. 2S1 Main Etrcet. . PrUSSELL. Consul Commander. BlUS NEW...

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

12' The Salt !Lake Tiudsiinte: Titesdat Motoxtxg, Jaztuajcy 12, 1904. 1 Ib IY AfJD NEI6HB9RH03D. 13 Savwer,. 763 East TiftH Vlll "entertain tlie ladles of SU Kulld ih is afternoon. Emma Gordon has tlio sympathy manv -Mends Here In the death of her, T. JT. Myers, at the old home. la' ' . special meeting this (Tuesday) T at G:30 olock, for work on the degree. ItfnsonsInviled. Bar association was to liave met Slit, but owjng to the nbuenco of a ? tho meeting was Postponed sub the' will ot President Judge How at o executive .committee. , Row Rlchart' "Wake read a paper the Ministerial association yesler- ihe subject "The Pastor and Discipline," ndvocMliiff modorn tho exercise, of ecclesiastical luw. Hector Hopkins of Fouthorn Tdar lerweut a vet y serious operation Itonltis at tho Kcogh-Wright hoa-k-csterday monilnc She 1 allied iio shock and -was said to bo got jnp nicely last evening, despite the nature of the operation, Melrose and R Roberts were ar vOftenbiy by rlollce bcrgt. Hob id ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 January 1904

y, " j WEATHER TODAY Cloudy; probably snovr. jto. XJSVI. o. 272-12 Pacts. . Salt Lake Pity, Utah, Wednesday MoKNHsrG Jantjaby 13, 1904, Five Cents. H SYNDICATE vsft BUYS BIG RT OF IDAHO CANAL ion Above Idaho Falls SgB Included in Deal. p9ACTI0N A LARGE ONE Slhi f riginally Was Largest ft. In Arid Wast. Bfg'Of tfl0 Balance of th Canal HU Extend It Across the Res FjKrvation to Pocatello. "tJ- TRIBUNE SPECIAL. Bjoot, Ida , Jan. 12. J. H. Brady i.(2Kcjfltello, one of Idaho's most dis- Eh'cd organizers and financiers. ftgK?t concluded one of the biggest hctlons in canal property ever -Bmmated in Idaho, by the sale to LBdlcate ot farmers or all that por 6tKf the Idaho canal lying- above KFaMs, including all water rights ivjjftjmv and Sand creeks, for a con 5Mtion of SI 25,000. arttflvc years prior to lost Fcbru- iBlfs property had been involved in UtetBlon that retarded the settlement 'SJfcjands under it, and finally, last -Jfy, It- was sold by order of the WlQrio the highest bidder, Mr. ...

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. — 13 January 1904

H ' 12 ' "tefcE SaltLajke TKiciJiinE: WedstesI)AT Mokstes JAmrAUT 13, 1904. . I 'wj I V GOULD -GASSATT ROW i I ri " j Settltment of Differences Is I! ! - Looked for Soon, j ;ii v j t ; 4, m I! -SEVERAL MEETINGS HELD i h I " j Gtuld's Wish t Reach Atlantic I i, -T ' Probable Caus. j j No One in Authority Cares to Talk, j 1 t But Things Look Signifi i! V"" cant., i r ; I , i. J New York, Jan. 12. Negotiations for a if I rx, settlement of the Gould-Pcnnsylvunla . controversy, which culminated In tho ' - chopping down of the Western Union 1 telegraph poles along tho Pennsylvania j J. iy railroad lines, have been resumed, and It i Js said a common ground has been found j which may lend to the settlement of tho j differences which arc alleged to have prl marily grown out of the Gould plans to '! ' reach the Atlantic seaboard, i i , Thoro has been a long conference at tho s . Pennsylvania railroad oftlces In this city, il at which A. J. Cassatt and Samuel Rca i , fl were present. In the la...

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. — 13 January 1904

B THE 5 ALT JjAlj flBlBUKEi EDyESDAY MORI3NTG, JANUARY 13, 1904, B 5tB COUNTY FUNDS "HLderA Annual Port ARECEIPTS HAVE BEEN LAR6E Judge Rfllapp Makes Order in jft, .Number Probate Cases. ty. jBr . Johnny Fox, a Well-Known Charac- IV tcr of Ogden Is Found Dead ' in a Saloon. r TRIBUNE BUREAU. ) 2 Ecolcs Building. I Offdcn. Jan. IS. j Cojnty Treasurer Alma W. Chambers as made public his annual report of tbc nanclnl condition of Weber county, as Balanc on hand Januarv 1, 1D03: luncral fund f 1,091.23 alary fund SSJ.0-3 'ounty school fund ; 3.1W.S0 Inkln? fund j. n If rest fund , 5,502.44 uror and witness fund 52. fO chool tax refund 12.11 ledcmptlcn fund 6ft3.43 pecial dlntrlcl road fund SiSH ieccdcntt' trust fund 40.50 Total , U0,:5S.W RECEIPTS, axes. l $ 12.72T.19 axe. I'JM 'S.C07.Sl axes, (special district road). 1.37S.E0 ee. Recorder 2,R45.'0 "es. Clerk 5. 130.80 es. Treasurer lOQ.fi, ccs. Sheriff nx sale redemptions , L'.TJyiHJ ull clitlm deeds 3.721.24 mes and forfeitures,...!!""...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 January 1904

:!jf ' The Salt Hake tribixnib; Wdstespay mobsotg, Janary 13. l9ftg. ' , Jf1- 'i'i Issued Every Morning by V1 , Lnke Tribune Publishing Company, j - PERRY S". HEATH, j Publisher and General Manager. I ! , Entered nt the Postoffiv of Salt Lake I I r .City rb second-class raatir. ; i - 1 i ! w ; TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. ! I u DaHy and Sunday Tribune, ono woek.? .2S I,, TaIy and Sunday, one month.....- ; u ally and Sunday, two months z.uo !' h Daily nnd Sunday, three months..-, s.oo : i Eally and Sunday, one year J.oo I, . Sunday Tribune, one year .JJJ Sundpv Tribune, six monfhfl J.w " 5eml-"Wcekly Tribune, one year...... i.w - i AH remittances and business letters pholild bo addresfled to " t TRIBUNE PUBLISHINCJ COMPANY, rI Salt Lake City. Utah S.- C. Bockwlth. Special Acency. Sole , 'Eastern Advcrtislnc Agent Eastern of ,' flee 43--J4-45-17-45-40 Tribune Buildinif. New F Tork. WeKtftrn office. 510-512 Tribune ! Building, Chlcajjro. J Waghlngrton Bureau 1417 G- Street. l I 5 ; Tribune T...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 January 1904

THE SALT LAKE UttBUXE: WEDNESDAY MOKNTSG 'OHDALEADS. a'rs Wlll'l'o-Oper-'Btfith Uncle Sam. Mutah lake water 1 :Kt Resolutions Are 1 'B prawn up I. J jHfc R Monday When Def- Billion Will Be Takon. iBpeeLj'ng of the stockholders of jjjSBtf Jordan Canal company yes resolutions were intro fcnt the Utah lake proposition. .KbV.nature o an invitation to Hcd Stato3 Government urging fJSlo work on the blp scheme. ""SjWnd- mceUnff will bft held on Ata'lRnext nt 11 o'clock, in tho of PSeorse L. Nye in the Scott 3t,'uUdln. and it Is intended by . jjjjjRkt 'that meeting-. In time, to 'trtH committee to wait upon Mr.' tt'liifcn'lcC of the reclamation ser- .jgjEolutions road as followa: SKa. The United Stalps Government 1 niBs'th" preliminary work of asocr- IHUic feasibility of making Utah Ivt'Bovcrnment reservoir; and. iVNllHls. ' 'hc Government has de Ktliat the project Is feasible-, and. ' 'iJfts. Under the present Irrigation -rJ3mJ.Govoi-nnicr.t will proceed to ad 4K& money to defray the e...

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. — 13 January 1904

Vc Bingham to Fn Few Klitions In Utah, both prcE F prospective, W This based Kports from dealers in mine and Vmachincry, who stale that lnqul P for machinery were never so nu HVierous as at present. This is, they F?ay, indicative that new properties are to be developed upon an extensive scale Hf and producing- mines are to enlarge their plants. Hl From the mountain camps come re Ht ports that prospectors, in anticipation Hof an early spring-, are preparing to take to the hills in search of the golden store, and that work on developed H properties is being pushed. P. W. Madsen, manager of the Cen- tury property in Park valley, near Col Hj ton, is in the city for the purpose of Hj buying, copper plates for the better Hj equipment of the company's mill. "The mines at Park City are all be Hj Ing worked," said J. A. KIrby, super Hj Jr.tendent of the Daly West property Hj at that camp. Mr. Kirby arrived in the city yesterday and will remain sev fl cral days. Hl Capt. Lawrence, superintend...

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. — 13 January 1904

Jf ; JL JBR-AIjT AKF' KIBinsrE; WEDNESDAY MQEInIstG3 fT"CTAIBBBBB N OUTLOOK Pravelf Manifest Prices. pTiVE INTEREST Bck of Aggresslve WjPart of Bears. .'fEjjilgainatcd Copper by t'lBtd a Rise in Stock lil fed Metal. ?Kl2. The revival of anx Eastern outlook mado -jjKuhe yielding tendency of flMtasaln today, as well as EjjJMjgrAlns consistently ad :4?Ect was much more no jwin the almost total kill f'5p interest. During the ijSjjyyjfo market became prac- tiK The dribble of stocks SWeause a slow downward aK;g, but there was as riBjresslvcnoss on the part IjWof the bulls. In fact, ..Bf-p of some desire on the i(M)Kto cover shorts in a few !H!!5Mdemand for Pennsylva ifo kBvd pointed, to an uncov MiH. The firmness of this Euj-W'p depression elsewhere Mfcncc to be given to the -JKof a plan of adjustment rSBpnlBm being worked out R Bjltntlons between lw . '.Mthe Wabash Interests. Sf'SBpo311 for Amalgamated lUP.sver shorts. The early Ttock was attributed In 0, racing- reports of trndo (IbKecI...

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. — 13 January 1904

BBBBBjBios TRiBiryBi v edxesday- JSLOBrsG, January --f B M' Bihclr aslble so iti Saints. uiTT the vpruct(cln for ihc rhc.v none the Vo been 1 BBBy meet the .Academv boys In HBBBMBHBMMfc panic of (ho season. Tho Knfldcnt but Vre the Provo- Va best team that they have had IpOB -BASEBALL GAME. HVrsity and Port Douglas to Cross Bats. I o'clock this afternoon the Frcsh Htj. nine of the university and the Twen-B-r,econd "Battery nine will meet In an P'aoor baseball content at the Armory pnst Friday the Freshmen defeated Com ' tany It -of the Guards by a score of 53 to 7 In their favor. The students have been worklnpr hard oyer since and hope to de feat Lieut. CI .trie's men this afternoon. Several new rucrtiita have been out for vractlec and Capt. Llcbmnn will glvo Lnm a chance to, show what they can do In iho pamo this afternoon. The Battery has a crack learn, which has a clean record so far this year, and they -are determined not to lot the stu lcnis change it. They have alrcadv this oa...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 January 1904

TKE fAIT LAICS TKIBTJXE: FRIDAY MOKXIXU, JAXUAin' 5,1901. 3 !EU DAIRY GO, industry Opens siness in Ogden. IN SALT . LAKE it Utilizing All . tha Ik it Can Get. a tfcw Thing for Utah, j .lost Important One or the State. tribt'Ni; bur.au, ") :'.- Vd-wa nuiiding. (igilni, Jan. 13. J D.'h-- company of this i d il plant for business w nu'iKiiii; .ill the milk it can pot ofitp .1 I. Increasing dnlly. This 3j .i i , thing for Utah, and cjfy . i ' the most Important lint . iJ.lilH stated, it .Is for the f i- ri i,-g Hie mill: used by rl.'J:, '1 t" prts-ervlng of the J;., (ii rali. as .well ns the IJrSn f i Jtur from Paalcurl-od lL'n -, , ri ' i taiiie called at the hni r. f .(.tu day .find was shown t lu; t b i:. i Small, one of ii Mr. Small hindly cx l ir... through which the 'r, ni th. time It was emptied JilrT 'ii".'. s vats until it came jjflmt , 1 ' mi tlrally sealed and KU- .i . J uf all its Impurities, mil J. li'-t mi t led into the bis iraji l t ll i. from which It run.-; 11 " heater...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 January 1904

,. I . 'i, ruMis-hing Company. L .; Y S. HEATH. tvi terwr Gnral Manager. - I at fhe Postc . of SaltLko :i srcond-eliuiM nr itT. ttMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. . 1 Sunday Tribune. On wek.5 .2j - d Puitflny. onft month J-J ; tl Sunday, two month '1 Survley, thrc months.... Surjfloy. one year ' trtbuti one yea J -v iS-lbUtir'. jlx- months ektv Tribune, on year...... 10 ilttfincea Anjfc. business letters i ( adffro.wfl .vrc ?ynLj9OTNr noMPAKT. SVtt LxkeCfty. Utah Boicwhh; Special Awoy Solo : Advrthdnsr Ant. Rtm jf " T'T-4Z-9 THbtiap BuMdlne. evr Yrf(rn office. 510-512 Tribune ' . ChtcAiro. ,?toh iuTsnu 1417 G- Street Tr bane Telephone 2f umbers. - OfBcV ...-..j-j.SCO "f'fop. .:. : SM 3 Rlrws l id NIrM Editor S84 2 Ring i , ,- - - r.iAay, January,;!??, 1904. IMey may tee. that it -would only l:t V,.fl?st JjtirilHh him for" the i-.a uncommitted...' ' i ink this melting: weather t - t i bt'.qluifc otildeni that you ore in i A place, for skating. ij , -sidng iulckly. arid it will lr U ..the world wi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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