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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

W ! THE SAIiTjLAKE TTOEEi SUNDAY MOKSMTG-. MAY 15, 1904. 5 H I Cbe Summer fashions of pans csBsc 1 JBL.ARIS April 30. In looking jsin around art assemblage of .martly cowned Parisian wo rcen at the RItz, In the Bols, MM the opera or theater one ob uV . that fisurca have cuddcnly from artistic and well put up futfttis" (If 0,10 may usc such a iKflellon of terms) to trim, curv Mn which well define the bust and 11710 the waist Us Ions lost petite XPIona In ot,,cr words- wo aro KESSlr veering round to tight lacing: F'ltfcf the common sense which the W I' today arc credltcd w,tn nos" But who could sacrifice fa6h a'nunion sense, particularly when , are as alluringly becoming aa Wt,t:t today Still It is rather hard I WLxt onc'3 figure so radically with ? ILrtTleofone'B gown, lo. revival of Victorian and direc :lR"Mttimes is directly responsible Jf Lffjne of the waist invisible and Jr j,e blouse effects. La Mode is Jp u capricious in her whims as the Sof woman the poets sing about Kytjln, c...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

! net connected with the apartraonts of a lady, to which she may retire when aho wishes to bo alono or when she wishes to recolvo bor intlmato frlende. The pro9ent day enthusiasm for tho "woman's own" l room In the house has spread to America from England, where It began to toko ! root several years ago and has been thrlv- lng ever since. ! As has been said, Miss Columbia's , daughters and their more progressive English cousins nro giving a wholly now Blgnlflcanco to the corner of the house whose name was formerly the butt of Indulgent, If not contemptuous, maeculino smiles. The up-to-dnto women, however, object to tho old Interpretation of the word boudoir as Indicating a place to ldlo and sulk In Instead of a retreat In which to bu busy and comfortable. Indeed, many women are calling their new bou I dolrs "dens" In preference to the old name. This Is the keynote of Its new uses. It Is the equal of the man's smoking-room or study. To feminine visitors to the home tho rejuvenated bo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

THE SALT JLAKE XRI5UKE: SU3TDAY MORmyG3 MAY 15, 1904. ' . j 111 'ill iSLIBRARY IN AMERICA r IN NEED OF A NEW BUILDING SW ,?he first buildings usually no StHiI by a visitor to Harvard unl '(vis the college library, whoso 5 ?ce tho man line of trolley Boston to Cambridge and L interior Is visited by ri l&WF ia of tourlets. Whether this 11 lbe oldest and In many respects . ff' rniuable collection of books In Ht'cd States, will continue indcfl W.Mr Its present position Is a ques HS bas for mc years past been SS jKgJ,y aKltatInfr the Harvard au SBSflarvard library, for all Its wealth ta45Miltloa ha? become too small for iJeSWjr.i'ty; not In books to be sure. fSBjirtMr facilities for storing and 7W. Vcbi And the time Is believed CslK approaching when one tradition. bSBi-iMvlII be broken and It will no SRir Live (he distinction of being nl &M!iyi only Important American 11- longed to Charles Sumner, for example, more than 3500 books and 15;000 pam phlets, among them a volume once o...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

9 8 The Salt Tu&sb TBrBOXE; suypAT Morongre. Mat 15, 1804. i 1 A-,-?-- I Special lo Tho Tribune. j TA6inXGT0N. May 4.-Pros.dont i Roosevelt was bcslebed by mi ff togrnph hunters Just nt tnt close or Congress, and for some days following A num ber oC members of Congress con ceive! the Idea that It wouW bo a very nlco thmg to get a large number of pho tographs of the President and have thcrn autographed, and aend to some of their leading eupnortcra In hclr dls- tricts. This Idea was conveyed to two or three people, and It spread around, and tho result wan that quite a number of photographs trcre toted down to the little White house annex, with the re quest that the President put his "John Hancock" on them, which he was per fectly willing: to do, when ho found out that they were to be put to good uec I one man who did quite a largo busi ness In this line, said that his executive committee that managed the campaign wa composed oC men to whom ho could not offer pay or other compensat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 May 1904

I T':i',r!'i; WdU Creditors. 'f M i i fe? 1 M l' !l S r.rc aioy J5.-NoUco was jf-M M Jk. A. Il a. l flB X I a V x . . ) . M . . - Humor of a Battle. III iif.' ' i, mm w mwt mm Wivmtit mm 1 1 fpaJ1. V ( y I V T heard oast of Nowchwang at 5 I I I 1 1, I 'w lRttT V.. -- WEATHER TODAY Fair. o'clock this morning. I 89 U&W'.i jt-- . ' I h$j;i; i ;. gjVno- 3 0. 6aJjT lajce city, Utah, Monday Mosmft May 16, 1904. 12 phge3.fivb Ce I 1 1 IS i piS MAY 1 1 NOMINATED M js Democratic I Park Horse. dieted Temporary Chair lEiiof National Conven fW tlon at St. Louis. i'Epce t9 Duplicate Bryan's Oratorl wLl Peat by Shrewd and Bril iljL liont Speech'. i''JL (0 The .Tribune. iMiSHINGTON. May 15. The po 1 llllwl interest here centers in U). p-obable action of the Dcm- ccratlc convention. "Who is to ii nan that President Roosevelt Weal?" is 1110 Question oftencst hctoitlon in the Democratic camp Kzsve strongly every day toward tsalKitlon of a "dark liorso" can Bu S3 In 1S36, when William J. Ei eim'cJ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 May 1904

H - 2 The Baud Lake Tribuot3: Monday MararorG-t Ma.x 16, 1904. - -- : : .Tjt II " ; ' 1 ' of Infantry, ten guua and two squadrons of cavalry, from Seludtcnan, on the road to Mao Tien passs. wast on May ll In Tafanoop valley. Slncn then thcro hae J bben no news of tho movements of the JiJI force, which loads to tho conclfifdOn that q. it haa branched on! westward toward Hal Clienc "A detachment of tho Japanese vnn " Rtiard loft Toulntsou May 13, Bouthwurd, twi and was pursued by our Cossacks, who '- i oxchrrged nhotH with tho Japanese rciir puard for half an hour, and, having- In the Zz,, mcantlmo (Uncovered an ambuwh propartd -v by tho Japanese, retired. "Our scouts ascertained that a Japanoau ' frrco of two regiments or Infantry and caary had apbroachud Ernlaoufnn. i .v "Our lino of patrols between Luna Chan Tlouan and almadza had a skirmish w.lth r Chinese bandits, In which three Cossacks ' and throo horaea wcro killed, threo Cos "h sacks Bllnhtly wounded and four ml.iplnp." 'T "M...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 May 1904

i SAIiT liAKE TRTBtnyE; MOiNTPAY MpRNUSTG, May 16, 1904:. 3 -Mf,' 'jiH IE EXHIBIT f GAME FISH Paradise for Anglers ' at i Louis, (superb Display of Perch, ' Jroqt, Bass, Pickerel; Muskeliunge, Etc. 1 ' yuBsylwmia, Minnesota and Mis led Furnish Many Specimens Hi.; rrom Their Streams. 3'!MCiil T)l2 Trlbun0 41 'it T. LOUIS. Mo , May 15. Anglors who km vlflt the "World's fair tako delight Jill jE the live exhibits of frame fich. In ,hi pace of Forestry, Fish and Pennsylvania has twcnty-slx rttiiums In which arc displayed the m'mt snd rtrcli that Inhabit tho Adlron Wlccc i ircams. Missouri In a similar man .Lr ahon-s the choicest of the finny txlbo ML h f0UDd In tho Interior brooks and rSfV-Tirs, and Minnesota has added to tho Vl' j-jon tho muskellungc and. pickerel so Ytji;vccr furnishes two of the moat in- Jiifos fcaturcD of the display, an iJm Vtspiiui of blind fish taken from cavo W-ms In the Ha Ha Tonka region In Wii&e county and a monster Mississippi ia.-rirr catfish that occup...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 May 1904

H The Salt JLakid Teobuxb: Mo:ntay Mokntn-g, May 16, 1901. 1 luucd vcry morning by Salt IaIco Trlb- uno PubllshlnK Company. PERRY S. ! TIE ATI I, Publlohcr and General Man- j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". Dally and Sunday Tribune, one week. -2S I Dally and Sunday, one. month J-JJ i Dally and Sunday, two months Dally and Sunday, thrco months ..... ! Dally and Sunday, one year J;-J" ( Sunday Tribune, one year Simdav Trlbuno, six months Semi-Weekly Tribune, one year J-5" All rnmlttancea and business lettera chould he addressed to TRIBUXE PUBLISIUN'O COMPANY. Salt Lake City. Utah. 1 C. Reckwlth. Special Apency. Solo lantern Advertising Aiont. Ea si rrno -T no. 43-4 MS-47-18-19 Tribune Pulldln. 1 Now York. Wstfrn ofilcc, P10-513 TrlD 1 r.ne Building. Chicago. No communication In relation to mibll h ePtlon In or business for The Trbins sliould be addressed to any flviatial or officer of this corporation, j"'," ln; to publication should be addressed to the Editor df The Tribune, and communi cati...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 May 1904

J the Salt Ijakz Tmmnmi Mostdat MotiinG, may 16, 1904, 5 fd t: ;j ' IOf Merest to KJometi , 1 j 1' FROM OVER THE SEA. , If BY KATE M. CLE ART. V indent mid-March morning! iA , turouolw sky. across which ' J Xtisd ? El raced In radiant rlv ( ,r,t that bordered the broad i Tt"'e tl e residence district were ' 1 SslV Important, each having jj frets of the coming summer ft fS" mie approached a charming I VfSt back from the street. It 1, i340 -"house, all Rubles, and g;ir t Hrmi lulling windows, and vorl 1 Xfndi Tho windows glittered 5f !'K ffi'croswd the broad, kindly 1 A'VfSrcdlsli maid who opened to him. ,. ffiS'itB easy enough to J fl4,KShood auctioned by con Ji to br other caller. But to him niways been po gay. eo cour ftS the kind of a lover that W'. -rorlQ perforce must love, she lfu Spoble to speak the sen tvfA u h lo bc greeted; 11 S, Lena!" he said Quite Ptjh as though she had held the IVfi1 or him in the old fashion, in- Wtiol standing stolidly on the H'iS I know Miss Ruth wis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 May 1904

LmmT i LsflHT 'm H 3CHE SATPliJKR TRIBXINEi M02JDAT MAY 16, 1904. I I f News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill,) COPPER COMPANY'S PRODIGIOUS PLANT Equipment to Bo Increased Along tho Lines Originally Projected hy Founders. pv HE teething period of the new con I centrntor In Bingham Canyon at Jl an end, and hla labors In this lo- I callty momentarily concluded, D. C. Jttckllng, managing director the 1'tah Copper company, will depart for tho plants of tho United States Reduc- '. tlon and Ruflnltifi: company In Colorado tomorrow. Thfc merlin Of tho tjtupond ntis undertaking at Bingham having boon verified In a plant that is now rc rtudnir ahout COO ton? of copper, gold and Bllvcr-bearlnff ore daily, the man actfment has now under consideration equipment which will enable it to re duce from 5000 to 7000 tons daily, and to thlfi end a decision will haVo been reachwt at a meeting- of Intorest.i tifuly )iext month. To the concentrator at Blnuham all the units fpr which it is pos...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 May 1904

I The Sam? Iake Tribtots; moay Moktostg. May 16 1904. 7 Jr!- 1 'ill if NOT KEPT CLEAN i Tells of Difficulties Besetthe Enemy of Dirt. Usin MAINTAINING A dirtt city. . vour neighbor's rake retum it. " fmen to thrombins in your rckensvtaltliii?. J tte Sybase receptacles ,ve street. ; ireful to haul only such ,.e B9 looks good to you. f 5 employ enough garbage rS to eo around. ,.t arrest any one for steal- 5TT ltvere a crime to cleaa , rour back yard," said a. dl" known citizen .of the t Side a day or two ago, "it 5 impossible to dovise more nrtans ot discouraging a man ' jL -We have the Health de th8 Womana clubs and the hora all preaching cleanll 7 Jot of less noisy but more flaencta compelling us to may , flr3t place there are malign tdch deposit tin cans, bottle, ockery. lre ruBty barrel toe yard. We never put auch ere ourselves and we cannot jr neighbors for euch things t0 in their yards in the same tr must either grow from the in down from the sky here are advertising dodgers la ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 May 1904

1 I 8 The SAir Ike Tkesttnb: Moxdat Moknintg, Max 16, 1904c 1 I 8 Saints Win inil FTTtTr I iERRERA ( jHMF I 1 1 Last j I TRIBUNE jkb I SPR T b Ly! I ELDERS WIN : FINAL CAME Spokane Got but 4 in 11 Runs, j "Snak - River" Loucks Is No Longer a Mys tery. ' r , . ' i". Heavy Batting by the Homo Team 'Put the Crepe on Spokane's Door. .PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE. Standing- of the Clubs. . W. L. P.C. Boise 11 C ,617 Spokane : .... 0 S .529 Butto : 7 S .167 Salt Lako '. 5 10 .333 I Yesterday's Games. Salt Lake. 7; Spokane, 4. Boise, S; Butto, 4. Ylb EFOnE a Pothering of nearly 2500 B fans, the Elders celebrated their JLf Eom awuy by taking the last game of the series from the Spo ' ka.no club yesterday afternoon on "Wal ker's Held. Heavy hitting did the work for the Saints, "Snake River" Loucks I- being touched up an even dozen times during the melee. Herr Wiggs of Cab I huge Patch fame, held down the rubber I for tho locals, and allowed the visitors I but seven hits. Seven of the Indiana fann...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 May 1904

I The Sait Xiakb TribtotjB; Mospat MoKNm&, Mat 16. igtH. 9 'lH,M'l Candidates il Mentioned. Relegates to Methodist Con- erence Talk of Saturday's S Pathetic Events. to"3 Criticise Summary Action "Jaken Against the Five Aged , Church Lenders. f OS ANGELES, May 15. The hap 1 3t I penlngs at yesterday's session of j c ileth0dlst General conference, ; v.heri a vote was taken upon the SjWrtsient or five bishops, fuml&hed a ' 4kVV W?lc of dlCUEslon amonK tnc dclc" Mwitcj today- ' 2The general opinion of the delegates 1 vl-st ',T!ien tl,e rcporl ,s nrcsentecl t0 jSjjnotf morning- It trill show a decided iJaW" favor o Lh report of thc imcopacy committee, recommending : for m, ietlrement of Bishops Vincent. '-IftHen, Andrews, Mallalieu and Foss. m ' Hil'nmpi nnd determined manner in W Th!fi the subject wns put through the J .KGfertuce yesterday In the face of 1 JtiWE rts 10 Postpone definite ac .Tj'J until Monday, was much corn er jcaied upon, 'OSi -jtyc are a certain number of dele ...

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. — 16 May 1904

10 The SAlrliAJtE Tribune? Monday Morotntg, May 16, 1904. J 1 '; I! '"W ANT ADS'M CASH RATES: 10c per line first insertion. Be per line each subsequent insertion. No ad to occupy leas space than two lines. Your "want ad" -will be ac cepted and 'phoned to Tho Salt lake Tribuno office at regular rates by the folio wine; agents: BRANCH OFFICES. Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. 101 MAIN STREET. W. H. DAYTON DRUG- CO., corner Second South and State. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 502 South State. LEAVER DRUG- CO., Grand Taciflc Hotol, corner Third West and South Temple. VIRMELLION'S PHAR MACY, Oil West Second South. 'Phone 1S3S. WASATCH DRUG STORE, J corner Second South and Third I East. I W. R. CLARE DRUG STORE, I Eleventh East nnd Twelfth j South, Sugar House. I DIED. COOK" At Mill Creek. Mar 15, 1KV. of diphtheria, Eva, daughter of John W. and Barah Reynolds Cook, aged 5 years Inpt January. Funeral will be held from family resl ,J dence. Eighth "West and Fourteenth I South, at 2 p. m today. Interment will bo...

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. — 16 May 1904

The Satt XiAKE Tribtote: Mostdat MommsrG, May 16, 1904 3 ll 11! I fel'JKti? W ought to bo Uff3 em person will loso ES iS ftSd want to rfell out' fSito va'u'f; -Y then Is about tho ,nL?7 Thi "great majority to bu Yor to buy when burln?; th'H "is sociable, &w 4Uke " and consequently, 't ma mud In tho c'.ty suitable SS'SSw "on the street In fet? UcKnd Street J&0V find homo; $M0. $$Sk Sottas of G rooms. J Jj!Cht(l location, modern, , fcburino15.2ndS aLs"fS.TCt?' offer this pf choice bars" Blore. ntM on Capitol hill, Tor $1000 rlSSat "of tho house; muat be . .Am b house, suitable for arcJldAnce. lot 24xl0, i?DJni sIl at a sacrifice. Lo- SHfh south, war B . IK hoVe, lot 3x10 rods, nice "jffl fence, outhouses, si Bhap at 1 , fc, new, .water In kitchen, on J?'itr&.. lot 40x140 to alley, w!.it To . J, P. Mahan salesman, iTfftgrtoni' 16 and 17. 'Phono m BT0P!! jfAilE tour PRICE. MtoidnP oums must go at once. K ihoir value t ,,Vroom modem brick on float f-St modern brick on a 3rd S...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 May 1904

12 She Saip IaAKB Tribtote: Moistday Motcning May 1 6, 190. lt i , . . mt II Tp GET DIVORCE Strange Experience of Omaha Girl. Came to Salt Like City to ; Wed a Carrier of Letters. '"Medley of Blondes and Brunettes Causes Wonderment Among- Per sons on Elg-hth Street. LH' TJ'ARRIED on her arrival .from Oma- jmM ha; requested within a week after Lfl-H' I? JB her Arrival to begin proceedings for a divorce; introduced by her 'husband as his "cousin"; compelled to j-haro her husband's house with a strange t "woman these arc somo of the- startling: ' facta related by Mrs. Charles A. Inlow, neo Ireland, who started for her homo in Omaha last Monday ovoning. The matrimonial status of Inlaw, who In a letter carrier and lives at G03 Eighth ; fltmct has kept his neighbors in a fever of suspenso for tho past threw months. When ho began housekeeping in January tho housekeeping was done by a slender, black-haired ghi who was known In the neighborhood as' Mrs. In low. She was H- quiet, pleasant and...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 May 1904

I tiMl V r WEATHER TODAY Fair. icrP . , , -t- & , ' liafl 4 ';r; H yXTvVTT yo. 31 sait Irakis City-, Utah, Tuesday Moiosixg-, Max 17, ?9Q4.-. 14 prges.tpive Cents. II I' ill fctais Are Determined to I Make Stand Near Lk Yang 3 " siJI2vG TON. il.v H- An intinialion lias reached officials of the Japanese legation here to the hat a great battle is imminent in the vicinity of Liao Xaug, where the Russians are determined to IJf jantl. The rumor cannot be traced to its source. iJflieJaPanese 1,opo occul)y ral3T within a few days. Dalny is not fortified, the only fort in the ..-"being one midway between Talien Wan and Kin Chou. After 1he destruction of the submarine fc 'aiTnlfen Wan the Japanese intend to land additional troops there and attack Port Arthur. pflAN ' J SAVES A LIFE pfl Agent is Shot I by Bandit. 3 m of Section Foreman Miss From Her Home m to His Defense. 1 . j Tj funded Man to Bench, Stops Rav el Blootl, "Wires Headquar ( ters, Captures Fobber. r. PAUL. Hay 1G. Reports r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 May 1904

1 J 2 THS BAIT 1L&KIS TRIBUNE; TUESDAY MOKlSXSrG-, JMAY IT, LU. 1 I PENSION POET RESIGNS PLACE i 1 , Commissioner Ware to -Give Up Office. Wlshfis to Go Back to Kan i sas to Grapple With the ! Divine Afflatus. j Soine-of the Sunflower Methods That I ' Astonished tho Old-Tlme ii ,i Bureau Clerks. I HT ASHINGTON. D. C, May 1C i iw EuGGno F. Ware, Commissioner I y f oC Pensions, has handed hla rcs- Ipmatlon to Preaidont Roosevelt, to take effect at the pleasure of the lat J .er. The resignation ha-s been In the hands of the President for some time, but i he has urged the poet-law yer to remain h it his post for a -while ionger'ag there Is io desire to select a new Commissioner during the National campaign, and It Is probable Mr. Ware will remain at the j head of the pension office until after ' election. ( For months rumors have been current i o the effect that Mr. "Ware desired to I ' lay aside the cares of office, and tho Ii j ''resident knew Mr. Ware's wishes a j. long time befo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 May 1904

j The Saxt XiAicb TBrgrraE; Tuesday MokszesG, May 17, 1904. 3 H'"'! ' jjiH III aih Uncle Saei5s Soldiers ; After Moros. Iforce Under Gen, Wood Is I Marching on !s!e of, I Mindanao. Take Expedition Six Days' f iHsri Marching- to Reach Place L Wliero Ambush Occurred. F f- ASH1NGT0N, May 16. The Mo r0S who attacked the.Amc-ricnn troops on May S and killed two officers and a number of men, be severely- punished by Maj.-Gen. ( Scard Wood, who Is marching on the j ri w'th a forc& '15 offlccra and hen. Maj.-Gfn- Ainsworth. military WrttarV.' todftJ" received a cablegram Gen. "N ado, commanding in- the lupines, in reply lo a message ask L. nnrticulurs i-oneerninp the move il&p ncalnrt the Moros In Mindanao. -Ih i Wade's mage is as follows: 3rl-Gon Leonard Wood, with 450 ;,J'4"nncl men. are en route to recover & bodies of our killed. Two of the fambor who erc previously reported ijSkd'have come in. It Is learned that jjr men who wore reported killed are -'-Thtre Is ro trouble out...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 May 1904

i 'xas s.air ju&ias xniBTOra;: Tuesday Morning, Mat IT. 1904. ' 1 H i r 1 W 1 -i Issued flvcry niornlnp by Salt Lake Trlb r une Publishing Company. PERRY 8. HEATH, Publisher and General Man ' '' ngcr. I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I Dally and Sunday Tribune, one -week. Dally and Sunday, one month J i Dally and Sunday, two months 1 Dally and Sunday, three months Dally and Sunday, ono year 'm i Sunday Tribune, ono year - Sundav Tribune, six months Seml-WceklyTrlbune. ono year - All remittance and buslncao lettors ' c should be nctdressed to l TRIBUNE PTTBMSHINO COMPANY, j Salt Lake City. Utah. J S. C. Bockwlth. Special Apency. Solo r Eastern Advortlolnr Affont. Eastern or . New York. Western office, G10-512 Trlb uno Building. Chicago. No communication In relation) to publl I , cation In or buslne for The Tr"ne . fOiould bo addressed to any IndlvldmT or officer of thlM corporation. Matter rcln.tr intr to publication should be addressed i to tho Editor of The Tribune. nIcommuirf. I catio...

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