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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 January 1904

THE ALT JjAJZE TKLSTJXB: FRIDAY MOBXESTG-s To, 3904, I1PPHQVEB0MS: ind Stockholders 3d of Meeting. HELD MARCH 21 30, in 4 Per Cnnt Year Papsr. .000 to Be4Issued Nrw; 10 Reserved to Roth jil(ck Island Bonds. jjffork, Jan. H. President W B. t- hxaBO. Rock Isjlam '& tal)v.a company sent a c1 iu pay lo the stockholders of the jy set jrc forth that at thc'i' et bc C-i March 21st next . icy Snsk d to approve a bond 5 me SJBxc oli-c S163.000.000. 'Ink" tds ;9invrti at the rate a -bper $ to. oturf In 1934. 0,the tal i?O0W0O an- to be issued fo h i.OOO of to be reserved or gvj-iouf k Island bonds. $13, rc cr-rved to be Issued to p-o-rupd to' the amor t of 'Ci' Krhmpanlrs wh'- - jfcy ;e RiVquirrd by thr Bk' are nrcrved In 'Sr5rMff ot ilm 500 000 In ViFJPJf ' '') rfcash copt of future ..-..p. e .tbetlrriTii nts and $25,000,000 re lid by thr trusters to be Issued fie to tune as the company shall JtO the trustro certificates stat ist has. tubscquent to January 'eXi'Ci ded an amount of cash, ...

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. — 15 January 1904

10 i the Salt Lake Tribihste: Friday Moxsyrye,' January 15, 1904 M j I ANNUALWATER REPORT Superintendent Hines on the Needs of the City THE WORK OF THE YEAR Wastofulnoss of Walor Usors Criticised Again. H Somo Pertinent Recommendations as H to Future Regarding Increased Supply of Water. Pome pertinent recommendations in H i'1 lion .to the -water systems and H 'Jpi'Iy of .Salt Lake, are made in the . iiiui.nl report of Superintendent Frank J,. limes, a copy of which was died villi Mayor Morris yesterday. The re 'tori fhows the total expenditures of H ,11 1 diuartment for the year 1003 to have lj.cn S53.5.r.S.22. as against Slf.J50.50 for the ;ir 1902. Of the above amount V.4,:ci 37 was expended for maintenance nf iho system, which is a trllle more t.-au the amount expended the .year i:iiou-. The cost of plant and cqulp mint for the year amounts to 513.G20.1S. of whl'-h $11,050.10 was for TfiS new tltiF. Tljp-'-'' receipts for the year iT i.oun'ed yt 527t)d.0S, making the total .piiro...

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. — 16 January 1904

jfcs& (ftTh Sbtlf fffrkp 9EfthtiriTP PHEEj I L V. y WEATHER TODAY Partly cloudy. g t' . fift VoTj -XTj1 No- 275"-12 Pages. Salt Lake City, Utah, Saturday Mokntg, Jantjary 16. 1904, Five Gents. f LAKE MAN - IS' I HONORED J. Hagenbarth Presidont Live-Stock Association iWIIE-AWAKE STOCKMAN 3fHnvntlen Closes After Eloct-1 I- Ing Officers, tiat tlio Meeting Accomplished" In Various Lines Brief Sketch of Now Officer. f; inland. Or., Jnn. in. With "the ! ling that ono of the most Important ctlngs in the history of theTt'brgan- 1 tion was endetf, and that much was fcmplished that will be for the fu jsuccess of the -live-stock business. the stock Industry, and. most impor tant of all, the establishment of inde pendent packing houses. This has been the watchword of almost every session. The proposition of the stock men to band together in a corporation for the purpose of building and operat ing packing plants of their own, that the packing combinations may be fought and the interests of t...

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. — 16 January 1904

H 2 The Salt IiAKB TmBusrei &xtvkday Mo&ntetg, January 16, 1904. 1 NEW SCHOOL OF MINES i Splendidly Equipped Plant if- at ths University. & I NOTHING BETTER IN AMERICA ... f Whsre Bsys May Become Scientific Miners. Of ,n . yv. Description of the New Metallurgical Building and Its Magnificent i Equipment. J? The completion of the new mctallurgl . tnl building at the university marks an j important epoch In the advancement of the State School of Mines ami places lv It on a par with the best mining schools throughout Ihe entire country. All the ji various departments of this school now have sufficient room so that their work (.an go on unhampered and arc provided with the latest equipments. ,x5 A GOOD WORKSHOP. The new bulldlne; is designed and will ) be used exclusively for mining- and 'Jj metallurgical work. It Is 62x107 feet in extent and is two stories high. The U south end is built of brick and stone and 2" the north or mill end Is of steel con struction, with two cont...

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. — 16 January 1904

4 The Salt Lake Tribute: Saturday Moiixtng, Jaxuary 1G, 1904. 3 ft i KISSED AND MADE UP ibgden Canyon Hot Sngs n0 Cempany Reorganized, r . DIFFERENCES ARE SETTLED Nc Wirk to B Rfisumid on Rs sort In a Few Days. AT 'ff All the Iuticsts of the Old Company Are Absorbed by New One Now Organised. TRIBUNE BUREAU. 1 ;o9 Ecctes Building. Ogdn. Jin. 16 ) l A mff Imp'.'iiJnt meeting of the sloek Kjdcrs of the Ogd'-n i"(inon Hot Springs Bomp.iiv 'H- V ,,J N day afternoon Ell differences r-re settled, und it Is ex I Ep, t;vit v."ti will be resumed on the ' f( -,, : . '-"'" 1 1 I tj.Mit was reached bj Ihfl ecgnnlzatlon of ; L new rompan.i known aa the Ogdcn Can y Sj li irluin ompany, which absorbs lall tl: irt. i thi old i mpati All CS git ' 11 "I'l ' "inpntv r- to I Krrnci'M their stock, and upon payment iaii uf fi" i"1' ' '" 1,,1"iori ,vi" recolvi Bi... 1 . ii. w i n moans . The ofili f r the new i-ompanv arc R. " ,,,,,. im-Hi-iU. A M. V;in tier VHes C-i.-.-pi' si;-:it J. I'oniuk secretary; T ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 January 1904

t 4 The Salt Lajce tkibtine: satuexay Moknxn'g, Ja2stjart ,16, 1904. a 3 Issued Every Mornlnsr by 3 Salt Lake Trlbuno Publishing Company. J PEBRY S. HEATH, Publlslier nnd General Mannper. 3 Entered at the Postorflc or Salt Lake 3 City aa second-class matter- jj TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 3 Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono wock.J .M i 5n"" nnd Sunday, ono month 1.00 J gaily and Sunday, two months .... 2.M : DnJly and Sunday, three months.... 3.00 Dally and Sunday, ono year 12 CO 1 Sunday Tribune, ono year 2.00 '( Bundav Tribune, otx monthn .' l.W i Semi-Weekly Tribune, on year LEO 'J All remltlanccn and business lettcr J should bo addressed to J TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. J Salt Lako City. Utah . S. C. Brcktv-lth Special Acency. Solo Eastern Advcrtlplntr Airent. Eastern of l flee. 4-M-45-47-S-l9 Tribune Bulldlnc. Now VorV- Wotern office, 510-512 Trlbuno Bulldlnp, Chlcajro. ; Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. Tribune Telephone Numbers. " Buslncpx Oftlco 360 f City Edllor 34-3 ninRU News and ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 January 1904

1 H J; 'J-'1113 fcAIiT XjAXE TREBTESE: CSATDKDAT JVlOKNIGs JANTJARY 16, 1904. H IIEAVY DAMAGE SUIT Workman Wants $25,000 Fram Southern Pacific. S NOW IN THE U. S. COURT last f Samual McFarlsna Bnught From Box Elder. lr.iais to Be lermanently Injured Because of aDcfective Ladder j ; ; apd Feight Car. eWi Claiming that 2 defective ladder on a Is? freight car causc him to sustain perma uji nfnl bodily Injur while employed as a ; brakeman on the Duthcrn Pacific railroad. ; Samuel McFarlaie has brought suit li acnlnst the coinpsy for the sun of 525,000 3r damages, the cas- having: been yesterday J5f transferred from lie District court of Box -f; Kldcr county to tie United States Circuit SiU Tnc complaint stages that on November "m 2, VM. when engiged In the performance 'jM, of his duties as abrakeman In the employ ST of the Southern Pacific company, near Si Hopup plallon. oi the Liucin cut-off, a !fl ifbrokcn laddrr jave way beneath his S,iwplghl, precipitator: him to the ground, a ' dis...

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. — 16 January 1904

I 6 - THE RATT LAKJS TRIBTOTBi SATURDAY MOIOTOsGr-, JAUilHY 1C, 1904-, 'iL I BONDING DALY-JUDGE Directorate of Company to Consider Prapositiin. AN OBJECTION IS VIIGEI i New Or Streak in the New j York Assays Well. Breakdown on the Wabash Closes the Mine JTevnda Properties Attract Utah Mining Men. All eyes in the locnl mining world are now turned on Daly-Judge, and the flhoreholders in the property are eagerly and anxiously a waiting the result oC to day's meeting of the directorate of the company. The meeting, which will be held in the company's ofllcc in the Com mercial block, is to consider the proposi tion of bonding the mine for 5300,000 with which to make improvements .md do development work. Thi matter, it Is understood, is wholly within the hands of the directors, and it they sec fit (hey re authorized to execute the bond. Objection to the bonding Ik being voiced I by come of the shareholders, who con j tend that to bond the mine for $300,000 would be equivalent to assessing ...

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

m STOCK YOF THE WORLD Tj STOCKS J moDUcA -vmo n ey: IpAUSTLESSONE rare Seemed to Have jljumed Its Ferce. SmENDED 10WNWARD fwas Sim Abiirptlon of If Still Preferred. mated Copper Also Absorbed, jjjrXov.ement Wis Without jnation or Iinprtance. 3Xt'ockB and Beads, fer', Jan 15. This was another ijKon sequential :esults In tho Bpket and o llstlcs and neglect The war firo seemed to ned Itn forco U foreign mar ISstartcd prices lownward. but bs met, or ratier the felling Wwitinued. Movenenls for tho m day wore drsiltory and pcat ISero was pome absorption of Imles Stel prefixed nnd of ttSrd Copp?r, vhich seemed fipus.de condltlols. but theso Bfjwere wlthou animation or Eire In Pacific dall was based position that th withdrawal of Jsteamshlpt fo'l use as trans ee of war betwen Russia nnd iuld Increase to business of my. The heavj Influx of cash by the prllmnnry estimates k's currency memcnt was nc th languid intrcst nnd tho wed barely steely and Intense ly '0f the rccclis by tho bnnlts ct" e...

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 January 1904

' e " f he salt Eake Tribute: Satuiscday lUOKsitre, January 16, 1904:-. I; SPRING TRADE OPENS v-. Activity Manifest in Mid I L winter Operations. V STEEL. MILLS ARE RESUMING ! Mar Cke Furnaces Are Be 1 . " . ing Put in Blast. War Talk and Weather Conditions Have Operated to Raise the Price of Food. New Turk, Jan. 15. Braclatrcct's tomor row will say: "ThouRh not thoroughly cjioned yet, except at the Southwest, spring trade Is bcxhuihi? to liven up. and thte, coupled wltli a large voluino of clcar t ii:co iiale.s by retailers, gives an appear ance of ncllvity to midwinter operations. t The Industrial, situation shows lmprovc ' sncnt, particularly in iron and slecl mill resumptions anil In the pulthig'lnto blast nf more coke furnaces. .Little or no frlc- lion rccms to attend numerous -wage rc I ductlons scheduled for tnc current month, and though weather conditions arc a. bar to activity - In outside work, an active spring is looked for In this line. "While war tall: and weather condi...

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. — 16 January 1904

mmma . : ! - toWM SjlG RAILROAD GHANGE Promotion of Mr. Bancroft Subject Much Talk. i ;Smeans no other changes 1S8 Relation Botweon Shsrt Line and Union Pacific. Nfl rhought Thot Olixstead o the Idaho Division Will-Be Bancroft's jM 1 Assistant. i 't Talk of Mr. Bancroft's promotion, was i Jbout all that was heard yesterday in the railroad ofllcca together with spoc iulatlons as to wlut changes would be j ft made in the offices here and who would j benefit Uy them. a'? $ T,,c vlrtuul ncrr of tll(! Short Line jj- with' the rnlon Pu-lflc under one oper pjjatlvc hoad was a surprise to all the officials, who had no Intimation that thc clos! relation to be established Bpvcrc even talked of In headquarters. 'SlThey all acknowldgcd the wisdom of Jliticfglng1 "the blgiest- feeder to the Uhion Prtclflc"- vlth the larger sys Tltem, and pi edicts greater results as ifto dividends and the cutting down of , ilopcratlng expense than have ever been Wplttalned by cither road. This cqneoli nEfntlon d...

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 January 1904

I- SCORES POINT Court Decides Certain Papers Not Competent. MR HEATH ON THE STAND Never Saw Eithor of the Sroffs Until Yesterday. Cross-Esaniinatlou Eigid One, Wit ness Beinff Put Through a Long Line of Questioning. Washington. Jan. 15. Robert J. Wynne, First Assistant Postmaster General, who was on the stand when court adjourned over on Wednesday, today continued his testimony in the postal trial. IOn cross-examination by Mr. ivumicr, the witness said he did not know wheth er Groff fasteners were attached to ru I ral free delivery boxes or not. There -wore many things connected with the Postofilce department, he said, that he ! knew nothing about. "I am trying to learn," Mr. Wynne sarcastically re marked, "and am doing the best I can." PIIAXK ANSWERS. Mr. Wynne was plied with questions calculated to test his knowledge of a number of details of the rural free de livery service, but they were met with a frank "I don't know." the witness? adding that whenever he wanted cer tain Inform...

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 January 1904

I The Salt LlAKE Tbtbiike: Saturday Mobig, Jajstjajrt 16, 1904. 1 11 TB E. TEAM LEAGUE i Make-Up of the acific National. Iff ': jtT LAKE AND OGIEN IN ' i ?! itiTiam t HaviThru Wnks I f at Hema and an Read. W lloskey Says They Have the M Itfoney, Manager and Players, I and Don't New1. Seattle. jf TRIBUNE J'ECIAL. Ife Spokane, Wash.. Jarj 15.-Presldcnt Lu i of the Pacific Natlonnl Baseball 5 fcuo and ManaKcrJMcCloskey o Salt iko arc In the cltyP attend a meeting 'i tho directors. "It Indications today M rongly favor a fob-club league, con Fj iting of Spokane, Bttc. Osdcn and Salt ike, leaving out th -coast cities. Tho V bason is expected u open about April A Kh and last Blxtecmr eighteen weeks, 15 1th five games per vek.- 1 'The defection of Didalc of Seattle at 2 tTo last moment will ot haVe Its lntend Z. fl effect. Before a jply was received firom President "Lucas query to Seattle al eday to confirm tho pss reports of Dug ft ale's pell-out, Lucas nt a wire to Ogdcn 4 &tlfvlng th...

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. — 16 January 1904

f 12 The Salt Lake TKiBuyis: Saturday MoamG, Jajstuary 16, 190L I CITY AND NEI6HB8RH03D. I Mrs Margaret Madson of 373 Wc3t Third I North street, underwent an operation at I Hi.-- Kcogh-Wrlght hospital yesterday I morning. Shu rallied well from tho shock , and was resting easy last utRlit. . a 1 Owing lo Indisposition of E. A. Wall, chairman of tlic new Board of Public "Works, the meeting called for yester dny was not held. Tho chairman will call the members together as soon as he Is able to be present. - i n Edward Browne of Bingham Is at the Kcogh-Wrlght hospital suffering from a. severe wound In the foot caused by a rusty will. It Is behoved by the. attending phvslclnns that amputation will not be m-cevsary. although the foot Is In bad cc ndltlon, Tomorrow Bradslreet's will say relative, to local conditions: "Wholesalcra report a slight Increase In business. "Weeding of lock and special salos customary at this period are the main features In retail clr e!s. Money reported easier, ...

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. — 17 January 1904

k . 3S?fl it iff fi f s EJL?!liy BIJJJv SCMJl' vi'W'Jv J Jl-JUflJiJil IUv v l!!!!!ii!Ll ' J ' WEATHER TODAY Probably cloud y, with local snowj colder. Toi,. XXVI. No. 276-28 Pages. Salt Lake City Utah, Suniat Moektg, Jantjakt 17. 1904, Five Cents. pouncement Made That Russia WIS! 1 1 Not Accept the Latest Pro- 1 1 posal by Japan. 55$ i m and Unfounded Ru fjfors Add to Complica- Ins-The Situation as ivewed at Washington id in Europe, if I Petersburg, Jan. 16. It Is now Ei Ically certain that Russia will not I Japan's last proposition as an Oj Ity. Russia Is ready to agree to In points, but on others the For 1. office believes Russia cannot rJjThi officials arc of the opinion ;he way Is open for continuing the j iatlons. and there Is no indicatjgn : Russia will seek to delay her an p 'which probably will be ready in todays. jlCznr continues to talk peace, and ikmagcr-Cznrinn, In conversation, -ked: "War Is a horrible tiling. w(J"wlll not be war." IK he meantime Viceroy Alexlcff and (l...

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. — 17 January 1904

H 2 Ti-HW GAXT JU3JOU XJKJLBUIOfl OXJisDAX JiXOICmTG-s JATUAUX JLO, 1904:. I, AT DEEP GREEK ; Strike in Salt Lakers' Ground Across Nevada Line. 1 THE ASSAYS SHOW UP WELL A Gineral Round-Up if the Dif ferent Gamps Thare. Much Activity in Developing Mines, "With. Results That Are- Strikingly Satisfactory to tli9 Owners. CORRESPONDENCE TRIBUNE. Callao, Jan. 12. After an absence of Jtaur months trom the Deep Creek coun- Irv vrrnr onrrvnniirtiin t lins rntiirnprl tn I his old haunts, there to find himself more at h6me than during his long vfslt In the- city of Salt Lake or Ogden under a doctor's care. "The great mineral-bearing' ranges of this part of the world are still here, -with their outstretched arms to the fortune v seeking thousands, but at present under the guardianship of a few of the faith-' ; ti'isl, whose lives have been too far spent ri research. to abandon their long-treas-' uxpd finds for new fields. At the present time more than the usual amount of de- velopment.work Js ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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