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

The SaxtLakb Tribotte: Wednesday Morotisg, May 11, 1904. 7 f:fl "!TTT-T TTVIT-T HERRERA-LONG O D f f3 1 ' jVlirNE ijil J MASSACRED j j J Jj fJI J L V fx 1 fe3 I FRUIT PICKERS j jfl mwt k BEAT REILLY s Braves Routed M, and Scalped. 4- - " 1 Hints Win a Great Game l'. jn a Wonderful Fin M ish. xctjf . i pane's Star Twister Out of the Box in the Last Half of the Ninth. Yesterday's Games. Ake 0. Spoknno S. ?, Boise 3. ilJDlNG OF THE CLUBS. W. L. P.C. S 4 .657 n 5 .600 '", 5 7 .417 ke 6 .-ICO about a Garrison finish! Tho its who Journoyod to "Walker's atcrday afternoon to see tho jxalng camo of tho week between , and Sail Lake certainly jnt, and what's better, tho rc on tho lone end of tho score lae was called. With a score of 8 J bUjilMt them ,n the lusl inning, tho ! camo to the bat. and in tho moat i cattail batting rally soen on tho local .- t-s this year, hammered out flvo i pWorc a single player was retired. ftFfl (caw, tho southpaw pitcher, who, ImV bli'TOy, Is consldcrca tho star...

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. — 11 May 1904

WpT 5 -Hi '1" lil 8 THE 6-AJ7T T;AKE TRIBUIS: "WSD3ST5SDAT MOK2OTTG, "A A Y 11, 1904, J H 1 IS I ill i a 1" WANT APS" ifffj'j' i! CASH RATES i! ' i I 10c l,er 1'no lnuertloru ,. JR " i.i. S 8c lino each subsequent ill 1 taserflon. I-1, i r ii 'i ft to occupy less (ipac0 I 1 1 ilJ ;j two lines. ' I I .'II;' ! Yur "want nd." will h c- I jg -'J if , wpted nnd 'phoned to Tho Snlt 1 t' .ii ' Lako tribune offlco at regular Li f ( 1 i , ' jl r&tea by tho following agents: I'jjfj BRANCH OFFICES ! H , j! Godbo-PItts Dru Co. I ( ;; ,j J 101 Main Street. ' ' j !(, ,,'; W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., ! Corner Second South and State. ! ! "1'; . SHERWOOD PHAEEAC7, I ! I 002 South Stnto. 1 J" j if LEAVER DRUG- CO., Grand 1 'j ''( J Pacific Hotel, Cornor 3rd Wwt !' ' J '' ! and South Temple. ' J, j 1 VIRMILLION'S PHAR- , , ( 1 ;'' I MACY, 511 West 2nd South. , fj !. , ; i 'Phono 1838. i , WASATCH DRUG- STORE, i If Ji j corner Second South and Third : vi ij . ' Ejl8t- , .J ' if , I ! 6 W. R. CLARE DRUG ...

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. — 11 May 1904

jSffS HAPPENINGS IN UTAH jnljsTATE MEDICAL JciETVNOW IN SESSION oi'' . . -me Tribune. vlW31 . unr 10. The tenth annual the Utal Stale Medical so .!, xnlEhts of Pithlas hall at -Sitbls morning for a two days' SwfX egales from Salt Lake and Bfwn part of the State did not "5SJSnul 111155 ntern00n an? a f naners BChedulod for reading fjS t to Ver UniU l- :tS gjon the programme for today rtSblsseminaled Tubercu- CUf HSh;iHs with Ileus, Enterosto- fcilB HFr nation of Portoan of In- 5s Sai Tuberculosis Involving f! and Caecum. Ileocholostomy, Jf? Amlrew J. Hosmer M. D., , gjS1? Dlscussl0n opcned by Dr i3 Reprocesses In the Abdoml- fi - br J. f cntchiow. m. d.. of v-v Discussion opened by Dr. 'IllliiSllilw and Medical Organi JSE ! Vlko,M- D of Salt Lake SLveHl Status of the Doctors, by ifSKSa ,M of Ogden. Dls MO tff0 preceding papers opened, wSf u Wilson and Dr. S. Ewlng. ' iJff. by E. 0. Gowans, M D., of iOa, lyjjant. Discussion opened by Dr. Si o. -oa. r. d., ta if Jtrfin. Discussion open...

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. — 11 May 1904

BWnOL Pi P i i- i H rij;Lj !i 10 ten Satjt Lakhs Trxbtotej Wednesday Momzma, May 11, 1904. , 1 I Mm FINE RECEPTION m I TO OB. MIUSPAUGH Cifcy TeaclierB Turn Out in Iarge 1 1 H M , . Numbers in Honor of tho For- j ' ' jj i j 1 mer Superintendent. I t 1 ,' jnOUNCIPALS and Icachcrs to tho ? ,j! ; O number of about 350. were present "i j!j;;;V- j at the reception given Uo Dr. J. F. ,i "j'jif:' Mlllspaugh In the Presbyterian ill 1 H'jjjl'' church yesterday afternoon. It. was a !,. 1 ii! jji most pleasant and enthusiastic affair. I 1 i '., l ! and was greatly enjoyed by all prcs- 1 m !!f " ent. Speeches wero made by Supcrln- 'Rr'ilf i , tendent D. IT. Chrlslcnscn and others. ,K and two choice musical selections were ' , n rendered. Old times were recalled, f ! ;! when Di Mlllspaugh was Supcrlntcnd- M Ji . (' I ont of Schools In Salt Lake, ami those, i . L.i 1 who were closely associated with tho yna , doctor In his early struggles In estab- !,: ! llhhliiK the public school .system here M ...

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. — 11 May 1904

M -M I i b Salt jLake TRrBuira!: Wednesday Mokntng-, Mat 11, 1904. n j'jfl 4 CASE WILL 60 3! II JIM TODAY ' ladttflwcs Argument This Morning. " lfan Who Killed the Chinese 3 j Cook Testifies in His f S Own Behalf. fax J- Gltns Hat Ee Shot in Self-Dofenso j. to Prerent Leo Quon You a ! From Killing Hiiru l yAMES H. WADE, Hie slayer of tho TgXA ff 'c-lnese cook. Leo Qucn You, at 9bLo jje Alta-Qulncy mine last Decem """ beri .lViii learn his fate today. The leil JLbA testimony In tho ca.se was taken 1 do3-.iicrdar and a part of the closing- ar Ar9,:ient3 to tho Jury was made. DIs ? fit Attorney Benner X. Smith will Seethe closlnp argument for the State W ' nornlns and the fate of the prla- i fK.'Till then be placed In the hands of At Jury. !l i 7"" defendant, who took the stand ssa ; u th own bahalf yesterday forenoon, ! 4-J that hc shot the Chinaman in ! Ml'-dtfense. and that he believed his j 3to be In danger at the time he fired - if jn. He detailed the story of the iiUr.p from his ...

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. — 11 May 1904

mmm' J 12 " The baxtXiAKS Tribbkb; Wednesday MomrnsTo, May ii, 1904. 1 lj;:f fjews "of Mine? of Prot7oF?MnTO mi oFiiiT I''! 3rl MUCH NEW WORK il IN STOCKTON ledges; l( I . j. i Important Agreement Subscribed to ' I ' ; , ! by tho Honerlno and Nolgli . Vl ' I? ' .' 1 1M ;L boring1 Companies. I'll?''., I , , j ' 1 1, . , k X AGREEMENT which wnfi ycs- , h (( , A let-day coilourfcd In by the Hon- ! ,'( '(' jGL "f!no lnc ttlnck Diamond and ,' ' ' ' ' ' Bullion mining companies, opcr- ',') b utlriff properties at Stockton, promises . . tTcampalfrn of development within that I ! . ''i w mincral-beaflitg zone, inorc uctlvo and i i J'l j) :rtore pieteiitoiis. perhaps, than any In- ;, 1 j aucmrated .since the Senior company j I j! began the draining: oi Its territory and ' ft J,' I) the reclamation df Its long-submerged I i n I , ore bodies. tJhder the n&reenient, the I I "1 !, t Honerlno and Diamond will extend a J 1 i l crosscut from lite main tunnel to th Mm , jj; St. Patrick ledge, wh...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 May 1904

fifl I X&E BA17T IiAKB lHBTOTE: WEDSTESPAY MORmis MAY 11, 19QjL. t H " j 'fwjTieirsrtlie Merchants and the Brokers. ) I Crop Conditions 1 ; Causes Mo to Drop '! ' '-jiClofo in Wheat, Corn and Oats jjti Off and Provisions ' Also Lower. " HICAC50, May" 10 Indications 1' , ' (J,ddcd improvement In trop conditions caused a . f3k clow i 'heat 'today, the '' 11 .. .... (..inf finwii '.'.c compared 5tmlay'f ilnal llsures. Corn la igit. Oats arc off Ktfc and I P;gn thafnnuence of firm cables. 1 1 i tKfKs nnd a fair cash business r' IS In tho wheat pit at the r stcad, Initial quotations 1 r,Mr bems unchanged lo tto higher i KWtc ExceJIent weather con- Throughout the entires country. fr started some- selling by scalp In anticipation of tho monthly ,'t-nTMt cror report many traders iw di-M'ed to postpone any but ln ! &nwtal transactions-. Aa a result ICS Srfc 't assumed an easier tone. uB-n n'dlllon (6 pU traders a prominent fiftprcior -.as a moderuto crcller early In tB ' diV Later th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 May 1904

U P'ji ' ' 1 fpn:S SAXiT IjAKE TJRIBTJKB: "WEDaSDESDATT MOKNTNG-, MAY 11, 3904. I I; Jil SMOOTH MAN' I j M'l " , u' ti Promoter Is Accused ' of Conspiracy. 1 jj;.' Ernest Terah Hooioy Taken ' . in Charge by Officials j I, -!'; in London. ! ! H '. S8 IHd the Monto CTiristo Act a ( ! J . Iw "years Ago and Aston- j ' 1 j, ;ij ished tho World, jjj j ';! ONDON, ATny 10. ErnePt Terali j jf I 1 HooVey. whoso meteoric career j ! 'i' y and company promoting a i few years apo astonished the I ! !m financial world. vaa arrested In ; J !; Xxmdon today on the char bo of con- ' 1 1 ' yplracy to defraud. Hooley'3 colossal ' 1 i bankruptcy and the proceedings arising ' V therefrom wer the sensation of 1S9S. ' ! I Sine then he has been connected with the various promotion?, some of which 'I led to court proceedings, i ,1 '; Henry J. Laivson, another company 1 ; j promoter, was also arrested today In t connection with the Hoolcy charges, I ,M A receiving order In. bankruptcy was ! , i Issued against ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 May 1904

J .4444444444 i mil 1 1 i 1 1 11 Hifr llTr t-IL - ' ' V-- WEATHER TODAY Fair. Interior of Manchuria. t'l u5jj Ijtvr "" ! 4 4-4-4 4-4 4 4-4 4- 4 ; IvXIn- yo- 26. Salt Lake City, Utah, Thxqrsday Momrorg. May 12, 1904. 12 PHGES.-.Frvis Cents ill ... lL-m . . . '!!H .HH-1 ' ' ' jH Q 44444444444444 'St I MASIIAi May 11. Lieut Winfield Harper and thirty-nine men of F company of the seven- t ;S I Mth United States infantry were caught on May S in an ambush by several hundred Moros t ?g I'L American officers and lifteen men were killed and live men were wounded. The ambush oc- J 5ir6 1 at Simpatem, on the east shore of Lake Ligusan, island of Mindanao. The officers killed in the ambush were First Lieutenant Harry A. Woodruff and Second f I lieutenant Joseph H. Hall, both of the Seventeenth infantry. Lieut. Woodruff was born in In- ' idianaand entered the service from the State of Xew York. Lieut. Hall was born in Alabama t )j ' I , ffas promoted to his Lieutenancy from the ranks. ' ' ' I' ,...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 May 1904

P ,'" jjj; 2 i'KE gAIT LAKE TRIBUTE: THURSDAY MOKNINTG MAT 12, 1904. 1 fan I ' ' h j I eighty-four farms were Irrigated there- I 3h i from. The total construction coat qf ' I? O't' ' f these nystems wan $15,(360, an average of ;. j lj ri J5.32 for each aero Irrigated. "Wells J n ft 'd ! , within the drainage basin supplied slx- l J 3 ; teen farms with an Irrigated area of 353 i 3,3 Jjfl ; acres. The sixteen systems represented ' ft . ' i a constructIon cost of 52405, an average I ' ' J 1 of ?6.S1 per liTlgated acre. I . i Benr jRlver Basin. V'tilfi'H In 1902 142 Irrigation systems were i, i, ' 'f , 1 j supplied from all sources within the li li - I drainage basin in Utah and 141.C1C acres l I l.'j ' ' belonging to 3150.farms were Irrigated. I i k 4 p The necessary Irrigation works, Includ- 1 1 ,c ( ' I ( f Ing olC mlle3 of main canals and 1 ' I i , r! ' r ditches, were constructed at a cost of ,i ' j - fl ; 32.307.63S, an average of 51C.39 per lr- 4,.'. I I I i lgated acre. Nine sys...

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

The Sait Lake Tribute: Tkuhsbax Mokntzsg, Mat 12, 1904:. 3 Ul ISAYSTHE JURY 1 1 James fi. Wade Is Free 0! : Again. Verdict Given in at Six Ld o'clock Last Evening 1 a Surprise. t ' 4 People Disgusted Over the e-Storr of the Sbootinp kt at Altn. 1 J ,ES H. WADE is again a free A I n The Player of the Chinaman. K I SQuen Tou. was acquitted of M berime by a jury in the District it 'evening and given his free ! There was mMh surprise -4 o- all sides at the verdict and Mnr friends of the murdered iho'havc taken considerable In tatbe case, walked forth from the jom In disgust when the verdict pjiuy was read by the clerk, closing argument In the trial was by District Attorney- Benner X. vt'lcrdfiy morning and at 10 dd Se case was given into the of the Jury. Expectations of a T(rdlct were shattered when the ad not reached an agreement by it was believed that possibly of the Jurors were hanging out rder In the second degree or for .Dchlcr. while the others were for 'of the crime as charged I...

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

; j p; 4- The salt Lake Tribune? Thuksdat Mob:nintg, May 12, 1904. r . 1 I , ' ' I Issued every mornlnc by Salt Lake Trlb- , ' . !"'! j I' uno Publishing Company. P12RRY S. ' Jj 'j v. II BATH, Publisher and General Man- j I Z TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, i (k ' " Hi "' Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono wcolt.l .SS ! J t 'M( W t Dtlll nnd Sunday, one month J i i ,y,'t nf .. Dally and Sunday, two montlin '-JV fl J 1 i - Dally and Sunday, three months S.m I i ,y)r I j - Dally and Sunday, one year ' I. !) i Sunday Tribune, ono year i i, i ft iri Sundav Tribune, Mx months J-'"' i 1 " -J t II . Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year f 'i . -' I ; ( , f ' All remittances and business letters ' , ' ' 'J J should b nddreised to I 1 " 'l ' . TRIRUNI3 PT'BLISTIINO COANT, ; 1 " 1 i j jt Salt Lake City. Utah. I, I'll' i'1 ' ' S. C. Rcckwlth. Special Afrency. Solo , ( ( ' li ' fc r Eastern Advrrtlsln Aceijt. Bastorn of ' J I ' . fee. -14-45-7-S-49 Tribune n JJiilWlnc. I y. t Now York Astern office. G10-512 Trib al ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 May 1904

1 Tb3S SAJ7rIjAJO: TfiESTOtB: Thursday Mobotn-g, May 12,. 1904. H Mimt to (Uotnen, J A WILL AND A WAY. j BY MARTHA IdVCUL LOCH-WILLIAMS. (Copyright, 1904, by Martha McCulloch-Williams.) j .,,. there ought to be a law M ;ia5s m" Jcan sa,d 1,a,f (Jk ''fo I-Blmost." Aunt Mary an- flLV ' i with a little sigh. BfR :sTi I Jcan begun to laugh, a 58' ' 5SS, Mi,,ns peaI- K00tl 10 hcIU'' SJ 'S waf any other time I shouldn't 11 I i Jilt eo very much." Aunt Mary 1 sfS "I'm bound to say it for 1 ,,!se,hcr mi' brother John, he's as J anb3 until he's crowded -4 : . cone out of bis way to quarrel hlUJ Hymes but knowing poor, i .u-cle'jlmmy Jackson as he did. he 3 L fcund to stand up for that will 1 what the old man bad told IDS ftovcr ana over and over" Wkeoff." Jean Interrupted, then with f-J rWh. "I ow, t00' Aunty difrllr,ff JJre distressed because I shall be left i W . r4l K)h, all we want is a chance to have Ltfjpal: for herself," the Major an- iiati B;! t ? Hymes party. .1 do want to a jtB4rra...

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 May 1904

HMjl (r , 6 The SaitTjaktc trtbtoste; Tjtohsday MoBm3sTG3 May 12, 1904. . If ly;: News of Mine, of Prospect, of Pairaace"" "and ""meJ IWf$ MAY DIVIDENDS CONTINUE TO FLOtfJ I ' '';!!'' !: I Grand Central of TIntic and Utah of II ! ' 'I , I Pish Springs Appear in Their I ' Places '1 JM THE Grand Central of TIntic will f , distribute the regular dividend In ', iV'!,! I tlie usual sum of $25,000 on Satur- , j ;,' J day, the transfer books to close ,!,;''' tl today, said Manager Lock, who was up . i " " i , ! from the bonanza again yesterday, ac- j ' f,'' i companlcd by another big consignment ' i i ' ) 01 ore, of which the management for- i ' h 5 .warded over seventy carloads In April. J I i While the members of the olllclal , ' ' 4 household are not exploiting It, it Is i - ' . I eai'd that the treasury of the company I I i ! revcnls a larger surplus at present than I If , . at any period In several years while the J il 1 j . condition underground exceeds any I $ ' , I ' j since the so...

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 May 1904

THE iTribotte: Thursday Moknxntg May 12, 1904-. 7 pWith the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. 1 I IjiicUow Point i ft level for Securities of the ' i sinca the Formation of j ' the Big Combine. I WtOBK. May ll.-Therc were pe- V? Li or today's '.radlng that wore M i . r.: uorc actlvo than the recent ra i "L but In the intervals the ' ..'OffCJ h0 SarnC Pr0f0Uni1 COn- ntharsy that has characterized cc time, News developments j F jCsff, but the rcsponso to ,J I iLvcryellElit. The Government's CU . 'V,rt WM regarded as decidedly un- t un the amount of the probable- , n J ' -Mjjairi of winter wheat, but tho i bfcn dscountcd apparently, ; tock and tho grain markets, Or ; LfTTOich was appreciably affected, o' .uvs development to which gon ! gcrtmce 13 attached, although long i ij, i tie proposed issue of deben iTi, j,!- the NTcw York Central, rc- JrVhlch were generally credited, -ot ofllcially confirmed before ktt closed, Tho IS3UO of n bond Strate term and at a rate of ln ra that rec...

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 May 1904

Hp' J;; 8 The SjultLake Trcbtotb: Tkuksdax MoKsnora-. MAX 12, 1904. , J ! -mm SALT LAKE mrni Wir HERRERA GETS rnAnnir "CY" YOUNG Mj '14'1'" LOSES I KIRiI Hir .DECISION Pf Ik 1 PITCHES jj ;! ; 1 TO SPOKANE . I . miwilii j OVER LONG j LJMLGM!JLi 1 ' .j n!,'l)f .Will I 1 l 1 l l . , . ii. i.i.iii.i 1X1 IllUllliltUiiH llllli..lllllill,.Ll.ti,lll 11111 i i 1 1 1 A. A -ll.llJ-J, 1 1 1 1 I l i 1 1 1 l 1 . , . . . . . l WILLIE HOGG it - ACTS THE PART ll:: Very Selfish With His i i!1; " ' Little Is. I 1 . ! " Saints Go to Defeat Just Be j ' . ' cause the Indian Pitcher I : 'j' Was Stingy. ; ' ; !' I ! Another Fine Bally in tho Ninth Hh'( I 1 Came Near Giving- ReiHy 1 ' Heart Failure. 1 J a i! PACIFIC ITATIONAIi IiEAGUE. 'j ?Ji w Standing of tho Clubs. I .i Boise 9 i .U?3 VI Spokano f, 7 .-162 l 1 -i I . Jlutto r. 6 .455 i1 1 r .1 SalL Lnkc 7 -K ' j! Yesterday's Games, r Spokane 9. Salt Lake 7. ' j k Bo,so B- Biitt ii' j 1J7ICKED AVING" HOGG and L 'I ! il I la eight other savages under H ' 1,...

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. — 12 May 1904

I METHODISTS 5i PATRIOTIC $ Aroused fo Enthusia- ism Over Address. ,ei :,! southerner Stirs Delegates (0 Wonderful Degree by lt Eloquent Peroration. Te, $ jjtxittlo Business Transacted by the (jnertil Conference in Los An il geles Yesterday. I , C .31 i OS ANGELES, Way 1L Practlcally al I co business was transacted by the I I; Methodist general conference to dar '-N10 earI" mornlne session ?I fa5 devoted entirely to a consldera "jr "lion of the report of the committee on A -rsrdts, ns reported by Rev. Dr. T. B. ft Xftlr. chairman. The reading- and dc 'Iffhatlns oi the various sections govern rMln?r (be manner of transacting: business ' Vts'the floor of the conference and the Btijtference of motions and resolutions to sSlwnniltlces took up the lime of the fc3csfercncc until recess, at which time 5ttt report was left unfinished. There iTP ic many sharp passages at arms be ' U irrtc the parliamentary experts, which - 1 !5xffhat enlivened an otherwise dull iTC iJ featureless session. Af...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 May 1904

mM :f jr ; 10 The Salt ILake Tribtin thuksday Mobotng, Mat 12, 1904. hiiih 1 i - - M I mi f "WANT ADS") I jf1' ' j; CASH RATES: I J j Ji ii, 10c per lino first insertion. ?S '' c Por 0flc- subsequent -J (V ij it insertion. B ' 3 R ' L i than two lines. '('!J Your "want ad" -will bo oc- 1 - ' i . ceptod and 'phoned to Tho Salt . ( , J Lake Tribuno office at regular j Ji ,) j '! rates by the following-agents: !.,:!t';: BRANCH OFFICES. . n Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. I -lj !V .jl 101 MAIN STREET. :i H W. H. DAYTON DRUG- CO., i lf ' j' i corner Second South and State. , H , 1,1; SHERWOOD PHARMACY, , i ',. 502 South State. ! ' ''I LEAVER DRUG- CO., GTond " ' lip Pacific Hotel, corner Third 1 ' ' 1 I'. "West and South. Temple, i'!;' VIRMILLION'S PHAR- I ' I ' j MACY, 511 West Second South. 1 V I 'Phone 1838. l ,j I WASATCH DRUG STORE, 'i j1, 5 corner Second South and Third I ' I 1 ;!' I East. I I , j, j W. R. CLARK DRUG- STORE, j j I i I Eleventh East and Twelfth Ij v ( j j South, Sugar House. 1...

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. — 12 May 1904

- I j The Salt Lajse TRiBinsrE: Thursday MoiryiyG, May 12, 1904. ' " . , ii - H I MS I' SLEUTH ACT : - - W0 to a Female TY Sherlock Holmes. I) ntly Young Woman, Well Enacted, Adopts Pro I f,ssloii of Detective. - l4de a Splendid Record Thus " Ur in Banning Down 9 tod, : ' criminals. N . . "J UlN'APOUS. May ..-This city e J S a f",a, SherlCk H,meS 1,1 "4 i,o person of a pretty young wom- ltorci; imi descendant of one of the old- roBt prominent families in the r.?S5f o5rte ' making a reputation Sradty and enterprise that Is put- 314 tb JTtci of the members of the detect- SL to shame. The young- lady Is nuit Tyin 3- Nttle, and she la a grand- Tj james Noble, who was a SbSkiA States" Senator from Indiana K .UK to 1S31, and of Noah Noble. oinf Governor of the State from 2 '""Wltat Catch. I & Xoblrt first exploit was to ar eLf itvomen on the street and deliver S' butt k sergeant at the police ' VflsJ . 'Sfcc ir employed by the Chari l ttpnlntion society, and for several ttni ,24 thre ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 May 1904

' .1 'I : ! 4 . 12 The Sait Iakb TRCstrNEi tbxtbsday mokstdstg. Mat 12, 1904. -If If Mm NARROW ESCAPE f OF A LINEMAN '' l' i Receives Two Thousand Volts of 1 1 i ' i II Electricity and Falls Twenty- I1 jjj j Five Feet. I ,; I- ' ! f7ILIjTAM' A- ending, a linc" 1 ! P I 1 ww "ian oC thc Rocky Mountaln -'' " t ' !(' M knocked from tho top of a 'Utjy! f 1 Iwcnty-flvc-foot pole by a live wlro . . ' about 2;S0 yesterday afternoon, when , ) ( . .; two thousand volts of electricity passed ' ! J' j . through his body. He might have been ' ,; J serlouslv injured had not his fall been ' (( ,:, ! broken by his striking a fellow work- ' ; man who was standing on tho ground. , , !i,! ' Fording was at work on a pole near ! . ! ' ' the cast entrance, of the City and Coun- 1 j ' 1 I tv building grounds, when he 'seized i l i' ; ' 'J with both hands a short circuited wire i I J'B J ! and was knocked senseless to tho I ; 'til ' ground, twenty-five feet below. The II ( j ' j workman at the bottom of th...

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