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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 January 1904

-EAST WORRIES MARKET Violent, Fluctuations in Cot- M " IR0N STEEL U1ET iIk S Activity and irregularity for r ' tha Minor Motals. i il E Tiu Closed the Week With a NetGnin "(w and Copper Is Stronger, Owing itjjjw - to Foreign Interests. 5 Nrw, YoryJan 1. R. 0. Dun & Co.'s Un . ir1 "Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow will 3D j i " say "Violent fluctuations in cotton and ' i uncertainly regarding the situation In tho m far East were. the only signal factors In &fi$ 'f 1,10 business situation during tlie holiday l.,tj;5 I " ,week. Numerous expressions of conildcncc Sij, c are heard regarding tho future, howeve, jX V 7 H especially at the "West unci South. Mami- 0?' "Z 'laclurlng plants have taken a longer vn- loaj ,j cntlon than last year, but many announce, .ij U w resumption of work on Monday. Textile '.vvi i mills are confronted with a lack of proper i'lTi !' PrPrl'JU between prices" of raw ma- urla's and finished products, and it Is '"'"S ; evident that costs of ' production mu...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 January 1904

II JUST OF THE YEAR I Exciting Game of Football I ' at Portland. I BRILLIANT INDIVIDUAL WORK ' 'I Tha Multnsmah Alhlothic Club I, , Against tho Reliance. I j! Tlirco Thousand Spectators Cheer the j Home Team ou to a Well-Earned I Victoiy Over Oakland, j i . 1 Portland, Or.. Jan. 1. In a contest full ! I of brilliant playing and exceptionally well ! i' executed 'individual worIc- tl,c Multnomah J Amateur Athletic club won tho last foot I j l-all same of the season- from the Rcll- ance Athletic club of Oakland 1V a score ! j of IS to 0. Tho same was characterised I by the number of ldcka and the penallz- , ' j I";, lultnomah Buffering CI yards and I j j Reliance yards. Although the weather ,j 5 was extremely, unpleasant, it being cold i J I and rainy, enthusiasts were in at- ! J j tendance, i 8j Multnomah won the toss and Back Jiur ! phy kicked off for thirty yards. Reliance lu cot the ball and broke through the Mult-,'f-l nomah line twice for yardage and lost the ! ball. Multnomah ca...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 January 1904

- The Salt Laice Tklbotte: Satttrjday Mokntog, J apiary 2, 1904. 11 TnB S!pCATEB OIL "LAND E' iSCf ear s Observations by ' HEARD WHISTLES BLOWING It t "' iFirst Location Natica Posted f t Exactly at Midnight. - I r lj$ 5Twclvo, Salt Lnko Citizens Tie Up I 30,000 Acres of Placer Ground ns :ft ! $ an Oil Speculation. 4 : & ;5 fa? S New Year -s was" anything but a holi day for twelve Salt Lake citizens, who $ saw tlio birth of 1901 :imong the Salt jjj Jjniarshcs r.orthVert of the city. Tlie 'oil excitement Is responsible for their . presence on the bleak desert, when ! 'Votlicr people were sitting In their cqm- 3 portable homes or meeting tbeir friends j fat "watch ' parties. ' ' jf" The expedition was undertaken, for ithe purpose of relocating placer claims, i Uwhlch' became open .to location -at mld 1 ,'lnigLt on December 31?t. Equipped to jjwith two sheen wagons, two saddle Worst's, two stove?, coal, a half-ton ot- ! bedding cooking utensils and food for; & frfrses and men. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 January 1904

Hr ta The Saij? Laice TRisujra: Saturday Moiamre.. Jasfoajrtt 2. 1904. 1' . : I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. .Viimnr-v J II Ryckman onme down AvanL W. Th""?, l aPCr?l New Year's day wflli lila famll. 1 Wothcr for iod..y: VaV trrdax in Snll Lake: Maximum tompera- m. Jl degree; minimum, 21 degiees. TVm Col IliggiuK. lmS b.CCn fr , r. :a the lS or the slum ami resell wc.fk of the Sulvnt on Army In the um; Sl i ? will be m this city Jnnu'iry OTt' ..ml will deliver u lecture on the life oik cf Mrs. I3on:h-Tuokcr. 'Tve G. L. Swendson. ihe wire of the (,nv(inmit ox port In chai se of tho L tab lik investigation, submitted to a aui 1 opomtlon at the Salt Lake Private , isi lt.ll vesterday mornlnir. She rallied j.rinvtly and will. It Is believed,, soon rc 1 in : cr normal lmallh. . Ji.lt- IV. II. Kins; pot In yesterday af lTni.cn from Nevada, where he. has been u pcllntr tf. worne mining- business. He sa tin- nnlv clnud nn the horizon In tni Stat "is the cloning of mines .1 'o.iopah. and these wil...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

WEATHER TODAY Probably fair. n&z Vox,. XJVI. No. 262. Salt Lake City, Utah, Stjistday" Moiustestg-, Jastuakt 3, 1904:. Five Cents. : : : (.my SpUND TRANSIT J018 IN ONE If GREAT MONOPOLY irer ef Electric and Street f Car Companies. Is? I' TT ft--' SEPH F. SMITH AT HEAD VSi rTSnt ef Officers Chosen and Installed. ijiputfger Campbell Asks for $500,000 SW-r to Be Expended nt Once to kfe ; Give Better Service. Sl igii k-4 444 4-444 '4-444 firaa Joeph F Smith, president . 4- isli k John R. Winder, first vlce-prcsl- 4- 18?"; dent. , . 4 t.' Joseph S. Wells, second vice- 4- 'president 4- POtT S t. S. Hills, treasurer. '! R, C. Canir-boll, secretary and 4- 7B5 f5ener.1l manager. 4- !' LiGrand Young, general counsel, 4- jMjj ? V P. Read, superintendent street 4- TC jJVjiUway 1; John M Whitaker. assistant sec- 4- ; rctary i 4- S ' Board pf directors: W. S. Me- 4- M ilCornlck, J, S. "Hills. Joseph P. 4- Ismllli, J It. Winder, -Million II. 4- 1TW T'Un'l. A, W. McCune. Joseph S. 4 Sgl &We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

H 2" Tee.- Sajlt UlAKe Tribute; Sumiay Moeotntg, Jaotary 3,' I90i. -Jf'" I! HEAD MEN ARRESTED I i Warrants for Davis, Powers t and Williams, i ', CHARGE IS MANSLAUGHTER a Compainant Lst Four Mim- birs f His Family. Evidence Showing- That There "Was I Reprehensible Lack of Precaution for Safety of Patrons. I Chicago, Jan. 2. Formally charged with manslaughter, Managers Will J. Davla and Harry J. Powers of tho Iroquois the ater, with City Building Commissioner Williams, were today hold under bonds of ?10,C0 each. Col. William Plnkcrton and Charles H. Plamondon furnished bonds ' for Davis and Powers. Andrew J. Gra ham, a banker, furnished bond for Com missioner Williams. I Arthur E. Hull, whoso family perished in tho fire, and who was tho complainant, was present when tho two theater mana gers and tho city offloial underwent tho ordeal of facing tho charges. The hearing of the cases was net for January 12th. Tho complainant, Mr. Hull, Bald: ALL ARE GONE. "My wife 'and my children, all ...

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

THE SAIiT-IiAKE TRIBUNE; STINT) AY MOTCNING, J-AsTJABY 3, 1904. 5 iMmW! . . . . . " . . , .. , , , "" H 'RT WHILE COASTING CUTiss Gay Newcomb of Salt !w Lake Injured. $ I ACCIDENT AT PARK CITY W I hi$ r I Young Woman and Parly Nar i rwly Escaps Death. lis I" ajjejjg fcre Coasting in Bob Sled, Steersman ejjjj t Lost Control and Vehicle Plunged Over Embankment. ' eR f - - TRIBUNE BUREAU, fc1 I Park City. Jan. 2. tr 'I M accident occurred to a coasting S ipirty about midnight last night, in vhich Miss Gay Newcomb was severely r-Ql4 'i' hurt and rendered unconscious and faefi Eleven yunS men ,;ind women narrowly .fjjj escaped death. A bob sled, which was ffi jt coasting down Woodside avenue from lljf thc catholic church to the vicinity of BES'i I the railroad station at a terrltlc speed. 'iPQl L.-hot out of the road and over a rocky yaS ten-foat embankment, struck the basc 'iQ . of the acrlnl tramway tower opposite' '' the terminal and crashed Into a pile of i rocks. MIes Ne-wcomb. who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

I 4: . The 'Salt "Lake Trebuoth: Stostdat Mop&msTG. January 3, lM. .. - ' ' -- I EXPECT A GOOD SEASON H Lucas and McCloskey Off for H the Nrth. I MIEN'S CHANCES ARE SLIM H Fate Will Bo Sottlid at Mcet ng of Magnates. Baseball Conditions in Salt Lake Are H Highly Satisfactory, and Strong Hl1 League Is Anticipated. H i The baseball magnates?, President Luca$ and "Honest" John McCloskcy hied oft yesterday afternoon for Butte and Great Palls, leaving1 tho local sporting public none tho wiser for their two days so HJ Journ In Zlon. As to the exact naturo of tho work which has been transacted with Hl the local club members during the sovcral meetings which have been hold, they had absolutely nothing to say, but no one who happened to get a glanco at their smiling cour.tonancca could doubt for a moment but what entire success had attended their every effort. President Lucas, when asked if ho hnd Hj anything to give out as a result of tho 1 ecvoral club conferences, said in a most conte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

I II .THE S AXT XlAKE TRIBimE: BUOT)AT MOHjSTEStG-s JA3STTJAIIY 3, 3904. 5 IETburt steps out fTisident of Union Pacific itj Seeks a Rest' IEEN A RAILROADER 35 YEARS 8? i A i, 7 fas Made Many Improvomants fp f in Operating Railraads I Kjfji c00ic the Position, in 1898, After Re V t ceivcrship, and Has Done Much 55; If for tho System. fS I ll fomaho, Jon. 2.-Horacc G. Burt, r'sl fretrident of the Union Pacific railroad, 3 jaB banded In his resignation to the tl Hrectors. It is understood that It will F i'b acted on at the next meeting o the 1 frturc. "1 lAt Mr. Burfs office It was stated that ""1 se will take an extensive trip with Mrs. i Surt for the purpose of securing a rest, fls active railroad service has ex jTi fcded over thirty-five years and. it J slated, he feels need of a complete V. est. The trip will be of several "M nonths duration. 4 l BECAME PRESIDENT IN 1838. President Burt was appointed to his present position ln February, 1S0S, Shortly after the receivership of the "...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

I 6 Im3 Bait Lake Tbjbtjtste: sxjsday moeistdsg, Januarys. J-yM. ffi-s: I GREAT YEAR IN SPOUT H Horss Break All Previous H Track Records. H 1 flNE RUNNERS AND TROTTERS H Somo Noiabio Events Among ths Athletes. Hj ' What the Fighters Have Done No Hj Brilliant StaTS Have Been Developed. Tlio. past season hac been proline In new records. The harness horses have taken H l lie lion's share, although the thorough- hreds have not been far behind. Old marks by the score have also gone by the hoard In athletics and other sports. The list follows: RCNN1NG (AMERICAN RECORDS.) Jl"LY 1 Alan-n-Dalo runs one mile In 1:37 4-5 nt Washington Park. Lowered August Hth by Dick Welles. Jl'LY 1 Rag: Time runs seven and a half fjrlongs In" 1:32 1-5 at Washington Park. Jl'LY 2-Glassful runs a mile and onc- sixteenth In 1:14 3-5 at Washington H Pa rk JULY'3-Jano Holly runs six and a half furlongs Jn 1:1S 3-5 at Washington Park. Lowered by Van Ness September Uth. 1 Jl'LY 17 Africander runs one and ftve- eight...

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

j THE SAIT TrCCBUaSTE: SUNDAY MOBNTBTG- jAmJARY 3, 1904. 7 H gREAT BANK GLEARINGS ffflillion and a Half Business j: i Is Recorded. I CHURCH BONDS ANB MERGER P f $8 I Two Chief Items That Swelled rg I ths Clearings. ; Condition of Other Lines of Business a;1 S About the Same as Those of jj; a Tear Ago. 1 1 ' Thc first nus,ness day of llie nt'w year proved a record-breaker In bank elear tins 1" this city. Although yesterday I '5Vas a half hollday the bank clearings 'iJf I reached the enormous sum of 91.437.2S0. F as compared to S561.69G for the corre cts I spondlng day of 1903. This large ln- I crease does not mean, however, that .T.'?i the amount of money involved In reg it')! T 'u'ar business transactions of the city f has been Increased to that extent, there 'jfy f being several unusual Items which flg- ure In yesterday's clearings. The most Important of these was the paying off 1L$ ' of a half million dollars of church bonds, J.J i minus only 530,000, the disbursement -Jit having ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

1 S TB00 SALT - IuAJE TRL5T3CNE: SlJjtfDAY MOBdSHDSTG JAjNTJARY 3, 1904 H CITY ANB NEIGftBORHOJD. Tho Lidlf.V Caledonian club will filve a Burns pav the 25th of January at the Harmony lialJ. Hl The foe received in tlio County 'Clerk's orrir during H.o month of December. l&W, amounted to J2CKT2.24. Will H. Klnncrslny, ossayer for the Contact Copper company, near Tonopah, has returned to tho city. I M. Earl, after spmuliug the holidays L with his family In Salt Lake, wdl return lo St. Anthony, Ma.. tni3 morning. . Hi Congressman Joseph Ho"cll? !s i Hi the nfternoou tram over the Rio Orando Western for Washington. D. C. yeslcr- ! Dr E O. Jor.e of Murray and wife have returned from Denver, where tho I Doi tor was Jn attendance at the surgical , R v Bruce Kinr.ov will hold services to ' 'ilgi.t'at Calvary Baptise 'church. -174 Lost , Serrnd South, nt' 3 o'clock. - Wednesday evening a box petty will be Riven by the l ladle. 1 There '.till bo a rr.ectlng'of the Phllhar inoiilr rn'-lctv...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

SAUT TiAKTB TRIBTOEEi SUSHDAY MOHNESTG. JAOTJAHY 3, 1904. 9 H Et life to lynch ylrs of Board of Pardons ! Show Mercy. IsHOOTING NEXT FHIDAY Svict Lynch Tolls Story of I His Life. ijl. rr 'jr Prisoners Testify to Good fc Jualities of the Mnn How Ho Pfj '' Savecl Guard Jacobs. J it death penalty Imposed upon i'es Lynch, for the murder of Col. frey V Prowsc In the Sheep Ranch ,t'5 ibllng-housc, was yesterday com iRi ed lo life Imprisonment by the iisi e Board of Pardons. The prisoner. -ifchas been under death watch and )MVsjRnced to be shot next Friday, was Jpcome' Avith emotion by the action ijpjTijKe board, and gave way to his feel ift?In teals when ndvised of the de- SSjlLwSNT TO TUB PRISON. rpc board met in the Supreme court 'irifcB1 yesterday morning, but upon the ' Imjcatlon of Gov. "Wells, adjourned to Xxj ; State prison to hear the testimony ts4 tavor of the prisoner's application. T J'of the members of- the Pardon rd were present, with the exception b;!s? 'h'e JustI(:c Baslcin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

J 10 The Sait Hake Tetbxjot5. Sunday morning, January 3, 1904. ' I' I WAR DRAWS NEARER Russo-Japan Situation Re garded Desperate. H ' ENGLISH DISLIKE FOR RUSSIA British Look far a r?opotitin of Crimsan Tactics. Japanese Squndron of Six Armored bruisers Espected to Seize Korean H( Fort of Hasanipho. St. Petersburg, Jan. 2. It appears to Hi be true thnt Hussla has decided not to accept Japan's precise proposals, but Hj the foreign office today Informed the J Associated Press that Foreign Minister Hf Lamsdorlt and the Japanese Minister, H Kurino, are still conferring with the Hf view of arriving at an amicable settle- H ment. UnofTlcIally, the situation Is re- Hf garded as being most serious. London Hjj dispatches say: . WAR PARTY STRONG. Zs'o word has yet been rece'lved here tending to show when the Russia reply H! to Japan may be expected. Foreign Sec- retary Lansdowne has informed Baron Hayashl, the Japanese Minister, that he fears that the war party In Russia ts In Uic ascendant, a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

5sl 'XTECE SAIT HAKE 'ITEtTBtTRB; SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, II SfiHelodramania: ISe Acute Stage 91'' of a Strange International Disease. T0hn Worno in the London Sketch. lift til llDiV w "Darling!" she fobbed, clutching him wildly "we ere yery happy, but it will "4Jr 'M not last!" tf4tjjE "He Imprinted some passionate kisses .'Jl-and stroked her beautiful hair. She looked up at him through blinding tears. rJ$l "Ton will always love me?" she cried. r SifJB. . "Tijcrc may be a time," he whispered, ;lrcW '"when I shall suspect your fidelity on ijyR-fcntlrely -inadequate grounds, hut It will i ah come right in the end, dear." LL' iK "And if any body lies me down in 3HT front of a railway train you will drag MI shall always be there, dear, every ' hhne H happens. But why do you ask these questions?" r i "Because I am afraid. This Is a IP! I Btrange, wild country." II '; "But everything always ends all Vlr 1 r'Yes, dear; but the middle part is so ' uncomfortable. And what will happen Tl ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

I l I ! 12 . The Basis: Lake Tribune: Sunjday Morjsngstg, Jatuary 3, 1904. ; ; JUs: I 1. Issued Ever- Morning by Salt lake Trlbuno Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, Publisher and General Manager. Entered at the Postofflce of Salt L.ake City E3 second-class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally mid Sunday Tribune, one week. 5 .25 , I?AlJy and Sunday, one month DMly and Sunday, two months, Dally and Sunday, three months.... J "; Dailv and Sunday, or.e year Sunday Tribune, one year '! Sundav Tribune, six months J-w fiptr.l-TVeefelv Tribune, one year...... i.w All remittances and business letters should be addressed to TRIBUTE PHBLJSHINCt COMPANY. Salt Iake City. Utah. , S. C. Peck'.vlth. Special Accncy. Sole Eastern Adv rtlslne Agent. Kastern of llce. -N-o-7-4S-3 Tribune Bulldlnc. New York. Western office, 510-512 Tribune Building, Chicago. Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. Tribune Telophqno. Numbers. Buslnpf Office .....360 City Editor 334-3 Rings Mftimsfng Editor .38 2- Rings i ' -i ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

I jl The Sait Hake Trtbutb; Sunday Moirotn-g, January 3, 1904' 13 H Sf . : jpNDAY MUSICAL RESUME j t POILO BOYS IN LUCK. lal0 QUflTtotte Has 1,011 En & t gagemeut. Si The Apollo male quartette, which has vf' en touring: California several months, t ;n0W located at Los Angeles and has rUli fhed a good contract to appear at the , ' ildcck Casino theater with a Weber !Ficld3 production. It Is a light op Si ui s,,nnd burlesque, and the quartette Is tJn j je(I fGr the full season, thirty weeks, ftj fcy are living at C35 Hill street. The flitj is-Angeles Times says of them: '&! ''There Is a male quartette at this viiJjH tyhousc now which would do credit " many a comic opera company. They it' jg the beautiful 'Hcldelburg' from he Prince of PHscn' with fine effect ital1 iich better, in fact, than it was sung jtej ?the quartette In the otherwise splen- g aggregation which gave the show khh Mason." ' k BOHEMIANS TO ORGANIZE. I t'i lab Crops Out of the Bohemian Af- ' fair Last Tuesday....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

li ,1:4: 'XLJ$ SAJjT JUAKIE XIITDBUICT: SUNDAY MOEiOTG, jAIslJAItY" 3, 1904 , I I M&s"t PROSPECTS lUTAHS GREATEST; I NING J PROSPECTORS y 1 N D U STRY 'j COPPER RANCH STRIKE H Yellow Metal Appears in H Gig Percentages. H FIND IN THE JEWEL CLAIM HI Capped by Eight Foot tf Inn Carbonates. HK Manager Lloyd Returns With. Sani- Hi pies and Particulars From the I Beaver County Properties. i From the properties of the Copper Rnnch Mining company out of MUford came Ben T. Lloyd, mnnager of them, HH ith samples of ore and the particulars Hjl oC strike which' compares favorably Hb "with the mo?i sensational in the Hh chronology of that great copper, gold . and silver-hearing region. The sam- pies afford typical examples of the best quality of copper carbonates, consisting of malachite and ozurlte, with particles of the red oxide, and while an average 1 had not been arrived at by the assayer. it is not extravagant to fix it at 12 or 11 per cent, said Mr. Lloyd. The dls closure was made In ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

the Salt Laxe TnrBinsnE: Sunday Morning1, Jaotjart 3, 1904. 15 iH ClIVE STOCKY-OFXHewoRLD STOCKS i prices badly shaken I Fear of Clash in Far East I Affects Market. 3 f WALL STREET SURE OF WAR 1 Amtrlcan Asaurancas Not Fa- vorabla t Oparations. .i f ' s sjjj Harkot Closed Active and Weak in xjWli I' Spite of Spasmodic Bailies, but zsji) 1 Losses Reached Four Points. J" Jii jHj I jyew York, Jan. 2. Today's violent V ' break in prices of stocks was sudden and i unexpected,' and the grounds for the I -heavy liquidation of the 'day aro not clear . - & even now although It Is evident that an it tcuto apprehension of the effects of tho jjjf J eomlnff outbreak of war between Russia iTrisj i nd Japan was tho Impelling cause. The S I news of tho day was rather moro hopc- tful Iks of tho possibility of avoiding war, but rgjj I Wall street has accepted war as tho as- j lured outcome of tho situation for some jJSJ timo and has viewed that outcome with Silii I PParcnt equanimity without sell...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

M' 16 XHE BAJjTJLAKE TRIBUTE; SWSJAX MOROTNtG, JAOTJABT 3, 1904. i WORK OF WOMEN'S CLUBS ITho Cleofnn. At the next meeting of the Cleofun, to be held on Tuesday afternoon, Janu ary 5th, at the home of Miss Emoltne Wells. 1C Eighth East street, Federa tion day will be observed, and a most attractive programme has been ar ranged. Mrs. A. C. Ewlng of the La dles' Literary club will give a talk on i "Art In the Nineteenth Century"; Mrs. I Kinney, president of the Utah Fedcra , tlon of Women's clubs, will t talk on the importance of federation, axid Mrs. C. i If. McMahon, General Federation ( m'c 1 rotary, will tell of matters irclatlrig to the General Federation or Women's clubs. Each club member Is: privileged (o Invite a guest, and the presidents of the other women's clubs of the city are cordially invited to attend this meet ing. Ladies' Literary Club. ' Next Friday afternoon the regular meetings of the Ladles'. Literary club will be resumed after the holiday vnca tlon. A debate will...

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