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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 May 1904

pTROAD 10 BE POSHED IW Man Wis of Is Progress. 'Work Is Gilt-Edged and l0jtlie Most Permanent !l Character. factories A. Anient Has to I iij of tfic Great Under L taking. i Lot CAN BE assured that iherc Hf.jj no doubt of the Moffat road M'bjihff pued ahead as nulckly r'ii tHe work can be done." This vjUnt'was confidently made by m A. Ainent, the paymaster .for Wi of Allnian & Crook of Donvcr, the largest and moat impor filracta' on the construction of iflffiver. Northwestern & Pacific. alLint'ls stopping: at tho- Wilson HiUh his wife and family, on his Vtiie coast, and gave an Inside ctef'the progress that has been . the new road, :( a month ago we wore rather tfd ourselves," he said, "whether iMitractton was not going- to be rrf, because no new contracts were -Itt But an explanation "was mado tfcired .that matter up. No new icts vrill be let until the road is 'Hii vith the track laid nnd all, : is Boulder Park, for the reason !jv wmpany wants to have the il ef'all the mater...

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. — 6 May 1904

: 10 Th35 SajjfIuASM TRistnof; Friday Mobot May 6, 1904. 1 : TOOK BIS LIFE Ij TO HIM SHAME ' Mystery of Long's l-M Death Solved. ! 'Lost His Employer's Monty $ Gambling, and Could Not I ! Face Disgrace. ; i: , ; thtiwled Into Bushes to Jie, Where I . I V He Hoped His Body Would I Never Bo Found. I i ' 1 il i VICTIM of the gpiun cloth" 'i 1 A "would seem to he a fitting I' j ' '; epitaph for O. J. Long, the 1 ' J , - telegraph lineman whose dead ' body was found in the. chaparral heslde i i the Jordan river Tuesday morning. 5 I Evidence gathered by the different . inombcrs of Sheriff Einory"w force I ' proves conclusively that Long took his i own life and leaves little doubt that he I was driven to the deed by tho losa of i I company money In gambling1. j Learning that there was some tuspl- I clon of murder, the Sheriff snt Deputy '' 'Axel Steele to Murray yesterday to , learn and report the facts. Mr. Steele l ' returned last night and declared the ' . ' -x:asc to be one of suicide....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 May 1904

1 1 Display af Methodist 1 ; Meeting. l! 1 Magnitude of Feature Prop 1 1 aganda of Church Ex 3S i hibited. IS ft I wlSd? of Church Workers Settle j IS I Dorm to Hard Work Be 4ft I for Them. 4 1 5 OS AN'GBLBS, Cal , May 5. S I -An important- featuro of to- atflidflVF proceedings of tho ! U Methodist general conference - fh oDnlnr of thft mafrniflcent iflSiSrhlblt in the bulldlnK for occupied by the 13 Angeles a,"fimber of Commerce. The display Is 'M iwnprehcnslve- showing- in accurate de Hha the megn.tude or this feature of W Uodlst propaganda. Wn. 'Tte morning cession of the conference W& w devoted to the reading of the quad 'TSal REtlel address of the board of bishops nir '; thc Methodist Episcopal church to f general conference, and the after- tccn to the receipt and reference of r.'niorlals from the various annual fil craferences. The morning session was KnaHed over by Bishop Henry W. '8f! Warren and the afternoon session by 91 ESsiop J W Walden. r?s Th various committees got...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 May 1904

The Sam? Likfi TRiBimx Friday Mokntn May 8. 1904, i- Inff jfjfews of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Milt) Il'.lf.'i MILLION DOLLAR j j . BOND ISSUE !J'j Bingham Con. Disposes of Its Ptiper ! 'J K : --Disposition of Proceeds Doflnod "11 !'j ; by President. I" ii 1 li : 1 :V 1 . i'j Tp VERY unit in tho million-dollar f $ Iji H bon1 iBSl,e recently authorized by I ' I Hv 1,10 tl,rccLors of lhe Bi"S!,am Con' 1 ( Mining nnd Smelting company has ' j j ; been subscribed for and the manage- ' I t ' 1 ment is now reveling over tho presence ; I 1 of enough wealth in its stocking to en- 4 ' nblo it to discharge every obligation I. and then a balance prodigious enough j to comorehenrt every need iji"thc suc- ' i! cessful" exploitation of its smelters in ' VI the future development of its system of I , ! bonanza extending from Bingham to I J Hv Tintic. In other words, it "places it on j it i ' easy street" in a position as Independ- !j ' ; ent as any of its formidable neighbors. 'I This, i...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 May 1904

PWith the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. ) iiail Grain Takes Notion to Soar Honal Damage Repots Caused jj ' Scary Buying of Wheat 'j in Chicago. I trvfO May 5.-SensatIonal damage, CB.TfromVlntcr-wheat States caused S hS of wheat today, tho result jCSScaiy strong market. At the " ii showed a net gain of S Corn is up Oats aro precisely Wday's clwlns flffres. Provisions I Sried to Tfcc higher. lie of continued favorable weather r,ve Ssnthwcst. a bullish feeling per- 'in the wheat pit at the opening. " i les, however, were made at trlllo M than yesterday's close. Early 5s" t win laigclv dominated by tho od rcportfVhlch was quite bull Cactcr Shorts were ospecia ly ttftB Of May. Offerings of all de JburX?rA llcht the result being a Kl advm.ee Prices. Toward tho f?& f the session operators received Pinlr"tIonfroni a report of an ex S'cU ed that tho wheat crop I-m cKtes cast of tho Rocky moim k?uB decreased 60.000.000 from l& ar apo. There was also a very TO reSrt from Okla...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 May 1904

H Sill!' The Rat,t Tjattth Tribtotb: Fridatt Morstg, Mat 6, 1904. , . ' 1 ' 1 - - x V !.f j Coal Strike Is m . JeclaredOff J j 1 M ' Long1 Iyabor "War in Southern Colo- S'l I ' rado Has Finally Been Con- '. '. jj !' ' eluded, l I l1" "flUEBLO. Colo., May P. From a i I ! j j;; 1J5 telegram received by II. M. I'll!,'' a Simpson, secretary of tho VJc- 1 1 " j ; , tor Fuel company. In this I'fV!':1 PUT. 51 13 Inferred that tho coal i, strike In tho southern coal fields 13 de- I''; j dared off. No details aro given, hut , ill i it h) understood that the reason for de- i , (( !; j daring the Ktrikc at an end l.s the fall urc of tho national organization of the ! ' 'i 1 United Mine-Workers of America to fur- 1 ! " '. I thor support the Colorado strikers. No 'I J; communication hao yet been rocclved I 4 ' . from the headquarters of the national ; organization. ' ' In an Interview this mornlnK Gov. 'V .Tames H. Pea-body said ho was In- M V ' 1 iomied. while In St. Louis, by Pre.s- 0 ident Jo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 May 1904

Whl fk 014 SP)iIAA; -o:r: I sas ! p .ftp snftl i I 5 tp it N ir h11f tf i : I 1BLI ,n 1,3 ' ,i,o .indication 4- i 1 1 1 y tSTfc1 f lifi )9 P I I'll T I J I I 1 I I 1 I I F f nrfi( connected with the KB I ?z3 wWJiJl' Jvl'lwt JUM Ml Uv I ,fJ.j. -r-r 4 N- y C V ' ' V f wrs barely escaped with their X 1 K ; V" ' WEATHER TODAY Possibly rain. tH'4.4.i.Ax. ! ... I ' : . " ttttttt-t--f 44.1. illiih I yyn, -No. wl. Salt jj- ity uTAH gATIjrRDAY MoimiNG. 7, 1904, 12 FflGBS.Frvis Cents 1am. ffl AWAY mocrafs - Have Dot be in Hartford, urs Almost Exchanged )ver Remark (Wade by a Delegate. & Usbate in 'Convention in ilci the. Hearst Crowd Wei;p Defeated i , iVJwAwl RTFORD, Conn., May ' 0. In . one f the ftormlest gatherings the crty ever held In Connecticut the r DtcocTRtlc Stale conventlSn to 'j.tlxt fourteen delegates to the St. tis convention and Instructed them .8 as a unit and for Alton J3. jiir ol XeTF York, as the Prcslden- dia-x camo at the, end. of two 53 of -dpt debate between Hearst...

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

HJff H mkP 1 Hi l! " '2 ' 'ftCE IxAKk vIBUN-Et SATURDAY MOKNTNrG3 MAY 7, 1904. ft If1! .' CLEAR DECKS IjHj FOR ACTION Methodists Are Ready ;!!;. for Work. ( H . Preliminary Matters About j ! CranedUp, Other Work I ' j Will Proceed. ' I F s Various Committees Hold First Meot- . j ' 1 i I ' ings and Make Fair Start .in j I i j Business Before Them. I ' ; or OS ANGELES. Cal., May 6. Very , ' n ; I Httle progress was made by tho i ' , Methodist general conference to- i 1 f day, but tho business Is being: so i shaped and systematized that with a few moro sessions to clear away the ' ' vast quantity of preliminary matters, I the work will proceed smoothly and rapidly. Tho various Important com- i ) mittees held their first meetings this ' afternoon at half a dozen different j ' churches, and made a fair start in the I business before them. The resignation of Senior Bishop Ste phen M. Merrill of Chicago was pre- 1 i sented to the conference and referred to ' ; the Commlttco on Episcopacy w...

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

1pE MURDER CASE f E"dence wil1 " jegin on Monday. I " t fi B fAtood. Murray. Shannon, Salt Lake. f, Toronto. Salt Ikc. JR I Sharker. Salt Lake. im Quick. Salt Lake. t TrJPP. Murray. S Cameron. Salt Lake SepbS. Drake Salt Lake. r.rl A. Ek. Salt Ike. l- S Olfenback. Salt Lake Llph Bergan. Wert Jordan. ' i j Backman. Salt Lake. . Llt twelve men will elgh the evl- I h the case of the State vs. James e charged with murder In the rriefor the shootlnp; of a Chlnn- i med Lee Q" Tou at A,la " r ' . 15 D:t The Jury was com SSrtortlr after 4 o'clock yesterday l-.t aad the introduction of evl ' becin Monday morning. lf xri 'c has ral cases set for for that reason the Wade ff, Utlnued until next week. ijl n was left to be examined aSrJS'i of thirty IsauM Ev-.tefore last when the twelfth fe!V -cured Out of the thirty aSSTroor.ed. twenty-three appeared S"oS sterday morning Seven of 11 were excused, the remaining- six-1-Sl-frVtTvorn and accepted and their 'X Wd In the Ju' hox for fxunlr.ation Besid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 May 1904

Hy 4: The Salt Lake Tribute; Saturday Moeiotg, Mat 7. 1904. I . ' i i I '( Insued ovory morning: by Salt Lake Trlb- i i J !,' ' uno Publishing Company. PERRY 8, . 1 '.! 1 HEATH, Publisher and General Man- P a: ! ij ncr. ,l i V I)!. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I J J Dally and Sunday Trlbuno. ono wook.f ,2S jj I ' i Dally and Sunday, ono month , J-jJJ il S f J j Daily and Sunday, two months 2.00 ! 1 ',1 M Dally nnd Sunday, three months 3.J "I i ' ( Daily and Sunday, ono year Z'm j t u Sunday Tribune, one year . $ J ' , Sundav Trlbuno. six month" 'S 0 , p Soml-Wockly Tribune, ono year ! 1 ,'. J, All remittances and business lottero ? 1 " , should be addressed to t , " 1 1 I TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COM PA NT, K 1 , (1; Salt Luke City. Utah. I l if i j 1 1 S. C. Bcckwlth. Special Apenoy, Solo t (,'; Eastern Advertising Aeont. Eastern or- J ., Mi, flee iMC-7-48-9 Tribune . Bulldlnir. D I ! Now" York- Western otnee, 510-512 Trlb- 1 1 1A nc Building. Chicago. I Ji;J f ' J r , (X i! : No communication...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 May 1904

I i'fT?Eli NKIVTHOUSE Rave a the- riy, followed by a supper. HI ,h, dutiful home last even ts 3 In tiic JJnlns-room, where 'J H'r tris served, the decorations nCbatney roses. The mble as co cl ;atIni wIlh a iarBc allwr A ! ,Td for a centerpiece. Tall 'Ml Ty oUtho name dowers J Mantel and sideboard. Amor W If Sullw were seen In reception PI .?sTwr!or. and no more effective tl Sol nowcra. Mr. Nowliouaea $ ? 'included Mr. and Mr?. Tiisolclsby li f"f Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. id St. .fnclen Gillespie. Miss Jau- 'S lj YJ5Vn Sne S Elizabeth Mcintyre. J! aScS" Maclean. I-oiIIb Cales. ?? P )C!i ffirlee. James Todman Gona- a gfifSi? ?Sw ,id nenry Mccr- ! tit a !f Robert J' Clendlnninp lias issued i J : J,ns for a 5 o'clock tea. at her IN igffnayternoo,, t I pernor and airs. Tells will return Of ibthelrWploSt.LoH.3. ( 1 I vrs Ellen Elliott leaves- next week 3 a few montts' vhfli in Grand Junc- lp And Mrs, Edwin ? ' 1 n nox party at the Salt Lake theater last evening. I - I Mr; C. Ira Tuttlc and M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 May 1904

H 1 "! o THE sllT !lkAKE XBlBUNEi SATURDAY MOKNTffG, jMAY 7, iyU. 1 I III Pews of Mine, of " ProspectTof Furnace and ofjjjjjj I K BINGHAM CON. i' j AND AMERICAN ' i j Relations Botwccn the Smelter Com- ', panics Extend No FurthecThan ''-; the Reciprocal. ' ' l! 7HII-'K the sslP3 llftVe bcen ln" ''t i Ws cl'ned to construe them otlier- f f y wise, the relations between the l ! 'I' management of the Bingham f j Con. and that of the American, extend ' 1 j ; ! no further than the purely reciprocal, P said President White of the former, and ' ns lone: as the Bingham's furnaces nre i, I maintaining their present degree of elll J.'j clency thoro appears to bo no reason . 1 why the Hplrlt of reciprocity should not , j ! hover over them, I I "For the copper ores we are receiving 1 ;' i through American channels the Blng I horn Con. surrendering Its lead ' 'i ' product. We are certainly not desirous i ' of adding lead blasts to our plant and . ' I doubt If the American was eager to I put up a...

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

Cwith the Bankers, the Merchants and the BrokerT) i I !ft ftiftst I I -iiiHI Street 1 Lit of Prices Never Got Far a hi Thursday?s ft level. ! . 1 mk' Mar C-Thcro was no J factual life In tho stock !' and the feeblo drift IV' ' Hav'tr got far from last S ' ck level. There was J"1 bllt tho level of t1Briaes iSfSr In tho day. This Ik K "P V t h e Intermittent iWt SSont nmrhet. declines mf&y 1110 countcr nc !5iMvc dullness was cx IKfhdLC ilue to th0 departure of sfffl "popular racing evont KWilB W n0 larKcr, with liKon to offer. The early KJ&R5nathy with the sharp RffipoHan Street railway. Mts of this stock has been a K&nt or wnio time, but to lfccenfJ based on State rall ffiS published yestenlav show JKrSrnr traffic of the MctroppI tactically stationary for 4S.V The deduction was drawn liad reached tho practical l WW.OCft caused some at- rtrM W tfco bank statement 59 slow IcL"-s by the banks of K a Including the gold movo V while the receipts on u inrrtMY fJ"om tlic "Itcrio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 May 1904

ill ' L?S!l5iJH MXTHiTsiPORTS -- ALL THE TIME HL"!2j I ll ' GREAT GAME i r. '. GOES TO BUTTE pji - GarrisonPinish Downed i the Elders. ;i """" Sensational Batting Rally Landed Teh Inning Con- I test In Visitors' Grip. I ! i j j ,1 t i 1 , at Game of the Season lost by Bad J j ;! Luck Hansen nnd Dolmas ( J 1 Zi Make Home HunB. j PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE, j i Standing- of the Clubs. W. Ti P C. 1 flolso fi a .CC7 j Spokane u 4 .5C i ' ! Butto .... S i .420 i -.- Salt Lako 2 5 .150 r j tg, , ITTASN"T It too bad! After ntlttln? 'Ja up such a ullt-edped came for , V? ulna Innlnps, to allbw thoso horrid , k '! j Minora to como alonp In the tenth j j nnQ -in out. It's hard luck, 3iirc enough; ' but then, it's oil In the game. We'll try i .! them aaln this afternoon, and perhaps I. , tno resuu win oc umerenu in'. Yesterday's pamo v:as by far tho bent ; AUt exhibition of basoball seen hero thLs year, ,! ! ! desplto the fact that I i l 1 1 c Iho Elrtors were ' ?.) OSt. badly bnaten. For i' ; i ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 May 1904

l XTIB SALT jLagB aTXrSffrTOITA"? 3IQBsilNC?vlAT'yT I9ti4. 9 I 'I 1.M0IB FIRE ONOWNSOLDIERS Mistook Czar's Men for Japs. i r J lone Hundred and Eighty 1 1 slain Before Mistake I Was Discovered. J- i V Batie of Sunday Last, Hussiiui j k Troopa Pled in a State of I t' Confusion. l ,1 -iQKIO, May C Gen. Kuroki. in re- J kT Prllng J'e8tcrda1"' te,lB oC a blooay WM encounter during tho Russian rc iM'. treat last Sunday, 'licn a large jHflrce of Russians mistook a small fitfody of their own men for Japanese. Pfclllln? 110 nnrl 'lV0UmllnS seventy k ctn. Kuroki says that a Japanese pa J'rol. consisting of fonrtcen men. j$T;tichcd Tenshang-Hong on the Srd $4 isuunt, when a Russian patrol posted 01 ca.a hlll'south of the village attacked flf 'iheci. The Japanese patrol thereupon Ii turned and charged them and after an li .jairepld hand-to-hand affray tho enemy ft zis driven back In the direction of K rMS Wans Cheng. The Japanese pa M trol pursuci thesn to a stream three i cOeJ fouthtvest of K...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 May 1904

Biff H y ; 10 The Sam? Lake Tribune: Saturday MoRirasrG, May 7, 1 111 f"WANT ADS" i ll 'J CASH RATES i 4 V( 1 1 , J IOc per lino first insertion. I uu ,' i Oc per line each subsnquent 1 if IS J insertion. ' I'l'V't No otL to occupy less cpaca j ' 1 ian two lluog. ' ' 1 j Tour "want ad." will "be ne- J 'I tj cepted and 'phoned to Tho Salt M n Tribtuio offlco at regular E ', .i rates by tho following agents: BRANCH OFFICES U i Godbc-Pitts Drug: Co. j J i 101 Main Stroot f W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., , t i, Corner Second South and State. ' . , 'I SHEBWOOD PHABMACY, C02 South State. I, , ' LEAVEB DRUG CO.. Grand ' ' Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Wwt ' i and South Temple. ' VIBMILLION'S PHAR- V KACY, 511 West 2nd South. , It 1 'Phono 1S38. 'j ., WASATCH DRUG STOBE. , , M corner Second South and Third ' ,; ! East. v. ft j W. B. CLARK DRUG STOBE, llth East and 12th South, Su- ) 1 gar House. II i : 1 DIED. ' ' CARLISLE -On May 5. 1904, of rhouma-tlf-m. Mr?. Clara E. S. Carlisle, wife of F. P. Carlis...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 May 1904

ipTciALS j foNSOLTW SECRET '1 ; rd Conditions. ' ' Hitnlgiit the high traf- W fTSot the Harriman sya- ',J4C closeted in close con- i i3 with the chiefs of the fj We ' " t m W. H. Ban- &Uxtiho con- i'r Siubbs. traffic director. 'hldnothlneto Sive out to . that, in fact, nothing fS'of anr Ptbc 5ntere9t ; St there were no changes subjects that was debated SI r rate question. It Is S,oU quarters that there P Alterations made In these. - I4 ! ut Lake man. however. SJ m Uthe inside in all li rXta? to the sugar lndus- ri rT there was nothing to t nH K local rates on su- P'fSoriUt least low CI rt-eSwa the sugar -company KSSliy they were 'revised 5 PlSf : iWlowmc on the addl M "Tureen River to Reno sec J gSSctlon of the local offl- AWmSSwM conJueUon with tuffih, the tariff will have ?I t 3l the expense of opera ' Oregon Short Line proper si isBdlvWopa-'Thus no radical "Sfcy be expected, but In order ",Z Jt the arrangements for oper- S territory as a unit Wl,th Si' -t Une.' the tariff of ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 May 1904

HB-i'j'i if m 12 The Salt XlAKE TRmnsrE; Saturday MOKsrare, M&YT, IQtte. i I if' JUDGE POWERS II WILL IT TELL ;: His Opinion of Smoot Case a Secret. , I Testified as to Conditions ; ; in Utah Without Regard ( : ': to Individuals, j )') ' ffhinks Snlaries of Congressmen i I ''j'U Ought to Be Doubled, and Gives 1 . j Reasons "Why. 1 v .'j i', i . -rUDGE O. W. POWERS has come 1 j 11 j I back from Washington with a few "; t fl opinions some for publication and ; j , j some not. i' ' "I regret very much," said the Judge. I when asked who would be the next ". "President, how the war In Asia, is going 1 lo terminate, when the National debt '. , jwas going to he paid and a few other ' , , simple questions, "that I have not the ( i ij facility of gathering infonnation which i t j 1 , enables a man to remain in Waahlng- 1 ton one day and learn all about the past, present and future of the world." , ' "Have you an opinion as to the out- , ! (i come of the Smoot case?" was asked. I i 1 'j !...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

-M-H-H " 0 WEATHER TODAY Fair. tlHMMt Wll I I jjljl vXLP- y 22 - ' Sait Lao City, Utah, Sunday Moknig, Max 8, 1904, 32 phgbs.fiv:e Gents 111 ''I MM jffl KALAMAZOO L tiiy as Neat as 1 a Sew Pin. It Caroline Bartlett Crane llleads Movement for Cleanliness. itirbbls Woman, With Varied ffixNotable Career. "Newspaper F Uja" and Preacher. KfTj, The! Tribune. ltJui-JIAZ00' -MIc,, :,Iay 7'Aftcr RTkkI; of street-cleaning, in 'tliTtt of a woman street com itrssloner. Kalamazoo begins to dnttt as a new pin. x u'uujhcd hen the AVomen's Civic ant league proposed to change iM of things, but they laughed i swnen took hold, and the rc ilnltlUscnt effort and actual work pittit on every side. , wy one of the seven blocks placed vgi of the women gives evidence ' job Is In the right hands, i Etv. Caroline Bartlett Crane Is 'u7 jtreet commissioner, and she ere for three months. She rc I'from the city only $5 per day 3 upenst-s, but may dlsposo of b. She has mado a contract l'i wLj naming at 7 o'clock th...

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

H i J i- - - I : T,h 2 $HE &ALT JuAKB TREBrGOTB: SUNDAY MOUOTG, MAY 8, 190. . I 1 1 .la - . il I JAPS ARE STILL PUSHING WAR IN EASf Ki TOGO TALKS OF KM PORT ARTHUR B;$! Official Recital of the i;jf Laid Battle. ! H J ;ji How Japs Have Blocked 'the H j j ! j.: Entrance to Port Arthur Oil ; !, Is Detailed. , 'J, Attack Exceeded All Its Predecessors fl ' '' to Desperation and Courago Dis- i , t played by Volunteer Crews. Hj ' OKIO, May 7. Vice-Admiral H ,'j H Togo's official recital of the latest '. j ' Jt engagement oft Port Arthur. , . "which was received here today. P i ' showB that the Japanese have blocked the entrance to the harbor. P' , On Tuesday morning, after the block- P , ! ndlng flotilla had been scattered by a P ;:' gale and the commander of the flotilla Hj' ' : had signalled in vain that the attempt Hl ( be abandoned pending the moderation P ( , of the storm, the crews of the sepa- Pj ' ( rated ships, In no way daunted by the P' f1,1, weather which isolated them from...

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