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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

Tirrc Salt IjAKQ tribune: Sunday loicsnxG, Jasttjaiiy 10, 1904:. 23 m m i M iRESPONDENCE TRIBUNE. Engton, D. C., Jan. 14. Another pntlal election Is approaching. Kno provision is made to correct J&n defect In the election machln tierc is no provision either In the iatlon or the statutes for lining a for President or Vice-President he electors meet and cast their ip to the time of the Inauguration, ly before the votes are counted grcsa the Governors might rccon e electors and another man could titutcd Jn case of the death of Isident and Vice-President-elect. or the votes havo been canvassed icclarcd no action is possible, klias been much discussion as to J Sould be done. In case of the of the Vice-President-elect there ie no particular dlfllculty, as the Sent pro tern, of the Senate would Set his duties. But the death of esident-clect would cause a serl imnia. It Is said that the pro would be that the Vice-President tbe duly Inaugurated, and then in as President. In limes of and ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

J 2 The Salt JLakb Trdbotte: Sunday Moi?:ntjkg, Jxxuajts: 17, 1904. 1 Metamorphosis of Corpus Delkfti. In (Contir.irtd. from pRSO IT.) t. tnok orcr to what's the name1 of the I1 .jlacc?". I "Yes, Miss Juno, that was my or- dere.' " I - "Humph! A heap I caro for your I orders $C I don't want to ko." I ' I'm Roundly convinced on that I point, Miss June; you needn't argue I IL a minute." I. ' Wall. Mr. Deathburrow. tt's juet this I waj; from 70UV descriptions of the I ninij. I don't think I should like him, j nor from his actions; but I've great cu- IJ loalty lo see who It Is. IC it wa'n't for I; hat, I'd make you sand Red Head Ij ftcr a horfo and hug.iry to take mc j 10 Tlockftrvllle. where I'm s?.' on a i i JsIL to Flourella. Pease, and keep you t hero with me as bail till he txol back, i Mxit as things are, I'll go, and the poon- . cr w ?lart l he sooner we'll sit there, j "What's that P.ed Head doln' now?" f She hud caught fight of the Kioto i juat as lie had fastened his mouth to ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

j The SaXiT TiAKTi Tiubhste: srarDAT Moksxstg, jastoary it. iyu4L 0 WOMEN WHO H RIDE ASTRIDE toXfi- of tho women , who follow the Xinda both In England and the United lEtcs rifio their horses astride, or man IKfeidd. Custom has dissipated nil tho feSrJacfc ii one oxlaf-ed nealnst this limit, and It If looked upon nvK as th PKocr thing. Thoao women have adopt WfTh custom not with tho dwilro to look 5BnIy but nlmply because It Is easier to JSU hard day's hunting Heated firmly (Stride- than seated sideways. Tho fcml PEe appearance Is strictly preserved I by tt' Ingenious arrangement of tho skirt, iIch falls on either side of tho horse. ITci, all. ladles do not ride bicycles alde Lya. Accidents to women who rid Krlde are, few and far between, fcho point of the hunting habit nowa tys Is that It must havo a eafoty skirt lilch shall prevent Its wearer being lung up" in case of accident. Tho safety Lrt is, as a matter of fact, not a skirt fall but a covering moro or less of tho Iron' typo t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

i expSf watercan sty ijovriiiiictit CUffi Tttiprovc iltol) CSic nyl remrsnt or lj W The Utah lake Government Improve ft nt Project Is up to the people that is?, H the owners of the lands which arc to H: benefited by the lake's beinp con Hl rtcd into a huge .storage reservoir. H c Government Is satisfied that the ft oposcd scheme Is feasible and pracll- Jle, the preliminary report of the Gov H imcnt's experts having been favorable ft the proposition. The Government is H 1 iimiliigly- ready to, undertake the ft' irk as soon as the people whose work H i3 signify their desire to have the Hl trie done and their readiness to cuter Hjj 0 lllc necessary contracts. H "Ii't?r Engineer Newell of the rcclama H n service will be in Salt Lake City Htxt 'Wednesday, the 20th insl., and an Hl' portunlty will be afforded for an c. H "Psion from the people as to whether H' -v wnnt the United States to undcr Hl' c' fils very Important work, a work Hj tlch the best Informed on the subjoct ieve means the...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

v , X13CE SAITltAKB TraBUKhJi SUNDAY jNIOKNTSTG, JANTJAUT 17, 1904. IV iiSF' i " i f 11 lQUEST10NS.g ANSWERS) It Dako City, Jan. 14 Please an- in your questions and answers of --N '. Sunday how "human" la pro- 1 iced. Is the "h" silent or not? A ilcrlber. ire u e h la not silent. lkTr? f or -fJ faj, Jan. 13. Please give In Sunday's n? s'of The Tribune the postofilec nd DjBiL? 9 of Hon. J. P. Morgan, the mtl TST Ure. Subscriber. - i. 219 Madlton avenue. New York ij . itl $. jI0 it Lake City, Jan. 14. Please state text Sunday's Tribune the market rtS of tungsten, and nlao molybdenite. -j ibscrlber. ingsten metal runs from So cents to er pound. Molybdsnum ore of good lity Is worth WO per ton. . fecatello, Ida., Jan. 12. Will you IfitEac state In your next Sunday's paper Kwnumber of 10-ccnt pieces coined in BKyear of 1S94? Also If there Is-nny JHBntum on same, and by who, If any? K-mere were 2,050,996 dimes coined that Jkt, so It Is not possible that a 10-cent 6 of 1S94 could be at a pr...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

I' AGAINST CO-EDUCATION ! " Woman's Unfitness for LIlKher Coeduca i Hon. Bv Elv Van do "Warkor. M. D., rommipslonef of Schools. Syracuse. New York. Tho Grafton Press, Now "iork. A remarkable, work, tills, and of tho very behest Importance. It in written In much p -af a polemical spirit, and 19 devoted to a !, considerable extent to cssallinp tho ideas I or assumptions put forth by tho advocates I ' of coeducation. That it is a powerful work Is evident at a glance, and this impression ' In nmplv confirmed by a carotid reading of the book. Tlic author is. besides being tho Co-nmlEoionor of Schools in the Now York city named, a physician or repute, Mid his , convictions on tho subject oi his work arc i , vnrv decided, aid thoy nro atronply e:: ' pressed in it. The work may fairly bo said to be authoritativo on tho facts relied upon I for the argument, and that it is a very I rough shake-up for tho complacent, stupid. 1 or ignorant defender of higher coeducation Is certain. There can be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 January 1904

(lil She Salt fake Utibmit 1 tkj --Jr WEATHER TODAY Rain and colder i - I 5 cxl. XT.VI. No. 277--10 Pages. Salt Lake Pity. Utah, MOxday Mosm.-JAyUimY IS. 1904, Fite Cents, i MteenTage iif BEATH IN j MAMMOTH CAVE Iffling Adventure of Bu'si fss Wen in Kentucky. NEARLY CAPSIZED ii Slght-Seslng In Groat ?tl, Cavern Perilous. fiftes Who Wore Piloting Party J ujjfrevcnt Terrible Disaster. wehlff vlllp. Ivy.. Jan. 17. Eighteen dcl yfto the Conventional League- oC iiuSUgsion Merchants were thrown 'jKicy water of Echo river which Vffilr ortuous cour through Mam 'rl,lj&ve and were wived only by tfie o tho u,dc' Jonn :selson aild gjfoic vork of Charles A. Muehl fljrl of Pittsburg, Pa. The party an Is Chicago; Frank E. Wng lgo; John H. Baraett. Chicago; ni, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. A. !i, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. l. Muohlbronncr. Pittsburg; S. Pittsburg; H. C. Rogers. Buf . Stncey, Minneapolis; Ed Tub- It. Paul; Mr. and. Mrs. J. W. n. St. Paul, and Miss Lucie jston. if of the cave over Echo rlyor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 January 1904

2 . Saltike tribiine? Monday MoiosTcstg, Jaitua-ry 18, I9U. Iiuenitemd house I - ; Both Branches of Congress Will Have--Busy Week. CANAL SUBJECT ON LIST i .-. I! t t Inquiry ltV Conduct of Post-1 offillBpartment. j, 1 Ono Appropriation Bill a Week Is the ' Record the House of. Bepresentn 1 tivqs Will" Attempt. . II' I I AVashingtoir; Jan. 17. It is the Inteh Ij Hon of the SeTTaio-lo begin the week by 1 npain taking up'the resolutions having I1 In view on inquiry into the conduct of i the Postollke department, and it la the If' gCHornl undcrsl.'iftdiiig that they wlll bo I . refrcd totst)iV,,. Commit tee on Postof-I- llccm after d." confpara lively brief dc I W: rvv;, , I' , Senator HaKVwho lias general charge I 3 of 'Yhc reSolulion-s,Vvi)l make a brief statement concerning them and prob l abjs will bcfbl'lowetr'by Senator Gor- i man, It Ts'e-nected "that Senator lit Spooner will add to" his previous re- mnnku on thjs iUbJerU lut his stale ly merit may bc jioijtjjpncd ,u.ntil later i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 January 1904

I THE SAM? ItAKE TRIBUNE: MOISDAT MOBXDSTG, JjITJAUT 1 8, 1904:. 3 I lM iSROBED ON A TRAIN ung Woman Creates a I I Sensation on Overland. BBIT FEAST FOR P60R d-Ups Hickoy and Balnts t Be Sentenced To si ay. .1 of tho Laat of the Band o Al leged Bandits "Will Follow That of Monroe. i TRIBUNE BUREAU, y ! S Ecclcs Building. V ! Ogdcn, Jan. IS. j hero tt.ts something really sensational nh on the Union Pacific train which jelled Ogden at an early hour yestorday rnlnfir. Shortly boforo reaching Ogdcn iJalNdfssed woman, ivho was riding In of tho coochefl, aroso and began to tovo her apparel. Tho passengers wero astonished tlm nono could Interfere, theforo her attondant could prevent ,f pho had removed nearly everything ihnd on. Sho v.'as llnaJly subdued and, pped In blankots. removed to a closet, no sho wait again dressed and a ca.ro watch kept over her until sho arrived 32den. ftlevrloped that tho young woman la 410 and la being taken to California. jvraB accompanied by a lady who ed her ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 January 1904

B H 4 TliE SALT'JLAjXE TREBUKE: MONDAY MOROTNtG, JJsnCJAKX IS, 1904. 1 li . i i . Ill ittj - ,4, 1' Ijaucil Every Morning by V Sail LaktTTrlbune, Publishing Company, li FERRY HEATH,. Hi - v - . f . Publisher and General Alanagcr. Entciod at, thg T?o'stoff!rf of Salt Lalca II, city na second-class matW I' TERM 3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. I allv and Sunday. Trlbjino. one -week. 5 .25 II' lniy r.nd -Sunday, bno month ... 1-J H; Dally and Sundav, two raonthB I IThUv nnd Sundav, three months.... 3.00 Bj,rnlly and Sunday, ono year 12. on IN Pundf.ny Tribune, ono year z.oo I, Pundav Tribune, six months i-w I Senil-Wprkly-Tribune, one year 1 60 III .II remittance's " nnd business letters II should be addressed to I TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY". I Salt Iike Cltv, Utah H S C. Reekwlth. Special Acency Solo ' Tastern AdfrrGslnir Acnt. Eastern of . if're z.i.ii.ii-4$.io Tribune Bulldlnc. New I; York AVectern office. 510-512 Tribune I r-nUdlDR. Chfcaco. j Washington Bureau 1417 Q Street. Tribune Tolephono ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 January 1904

IIBThas a Tick" I ;,pmmarcial Body Objects to L I Freight Rates. TW TARIFF SHEET T0DAY lllfrlff en Sims Commedlties 'VKincreased 17 1-2 Per Cont. ffilioad Officials Claim That They HHavc Actually Been Handling K- Somo Goods nt Cost. When til- committee from the Com SrcJal club reports on tho freight-rate fslncsw tomorrow night It can report mi tho Pueblo Jobbers and Shippers Soclatlon has token up the matter, fo charging: discrimination .In favor Jbcnver and too high tariffs. Thin is thought to be' the result' of mmunlcatlons with Salt Lake men, iose movement would be stronger If fcthcr city o considerable ylzc took f. the cudgels at the same time and in Similar way. Pueblo Is on the Gould fc, which Is one of the offending ids, and It is thought probable that Sconccrtd movement might aceom tsh results where a lone move would it. The Pueblo dispatch reads as fol- ucllo, Jan. 17. Pueblo jobbers and t Ippcrs will hold n meeting In tho Busi- 1m iron's ,iPH0cIalIon rooms In the On il hlc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 January 1904

1 I G THE SiT LAKE TRIBXHSTE: MOJsDAY MOP3TESt&, JAJKUAJTZ IS, 1904. I II IIP THE CASTRO jingham Safe Involving $60,000. SILVER . KING ANNUAL S9hns to Start Up Copper Mountain, ltration of Keystone Ores to n With the Spring- Thaw De lopments at Cluster Group. IlCastro group of- mines at Blng pver which there has been so Jrlvalry for several years, has I Into the hands of an eastern I represented by none other than I Patten, of Ogden, said Nicholas the venerable owner during the c option under which the pur Is sought covering a period of onths and requiring the payment it SG0.000. To clinch the privilege rchaslng syndicate bus already a small piece of the needful to dlt of the owner and In a few xploratorj w.ork that shall de f fate will have begun under the m of Air. Van Patten, who haa een a prominent figure In the es of the State. It wns over years ago, said Mr. Castro yes that the group with which he parting was acquired by him and he lode by which it is traversed rly defined...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 January 1904

5 f THE SJuuT IRAKIS TSIBOTTB. M02STAY MOIGSTCNG, JASTUAIIY IS, 1904. r H fr Secret Societies Mh Loyal Americans. OslOi It Lake assembly No, T20, Loral Amcr ."a s. met In regular session Friday, J-in-lflil iloth. with President Miller In the $4 r. Four candidates v.vrc duly im- al ard 011C application was received. Si inpcincnta wero completed tor tnc :e and card party to be held In our 5l fLandrum's, January 22nd, to which yft friends aro cordially Invited. iJ 4 Women of Woodcraft, a oodbtne clrclo No. -11 held its installa :of officers on last Tuesday evening, 3!00, jarv 12th, with Utah camp o. ifuew officers of Woodbine, being ar ts kl In their new regalia, looked very Jafl1. f Indeed; also the guards, with their Ti1 fstaffs. No. CIS guards did lino work 9 sr the leadership of Capt. Simon.. The IjJtfi rramme waa very nice; also the rc-".-.1 foments, , , , Slyer Maple- clrclo No. 10S met In usual gj? i on Friday evening, January ICth. !S ro were sA-eral visiting neighbors 3 i 41 a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 January 1904

S THE BALK W;AKE XRIBUSTE; MONDAY MOKJLNG-. JANUARY IS, 1904. Ij I- AGAINST IT Hello Bill" Company Has Been .Disbanded. MANAGER 'UNDER Aft RE ST liaged Violation of Contract i Causos Traublc, ompany Is a Good One, and Hrs iPlayed to Four Large Audiences in Salt Lake. The "Hello Bill" Theatrical company jsod its season with the performance en In ihls city Saturday night, and sterday Melville Kellogg, of the firm Goodhue & Kellogg-, managers, was :iint of four of the members of the sbanded company, charging him with Ing an absconding debtor. Kellogg is taken before Judge Diehl, who held in under 5200 bonds to appear In the .MI division of the City court at 10 lock this morning to answer (o the arge. ACTORS PAID IX FULL., rhe actors admit that they were pnld I full for their services up to and In iding last night's performance, but ry claim lo hold contracts which pro be that they can not be discharged lor lo the close of the -theatrical sca k without two weeks' notice or two ek.s'...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 January 1904

si I g The Saip Lake Trxbuste: Mcxnday MoiDst&, jAsruiLRY 18, 1904. - 9- 1 kIp- . . m Iff society notices. Oil MASONS. !jft ARGEKTA LODGE NO. 5. P. AND A At Masonic ha!l first Tucedav each bnth. Members of slater lodges and so urninir hrthrcn Invited. If PRANK P. SHERWOOD. VT. M. KOSES.C. PHILLIPS. Secretary. KTASATCH LODGE NO. 1 P AND A. Masonic hall, second Friday -acri anth. Members of sifter lodirof anfl o 'JJ prning brethren In pnnl tnnd nt in fo, fed. A. BROWN. VT. M. Ik. J. LOWE Secretary. ?TT. MOHUTT LODGE NO !. V AND JM. Mnsonlc hnll frond Mondnv ach onth, Mcmbprs of sister lortcei nnrt mo urning br"thrn In rrnnrt cfondlng: ln tert, JAMES W PROWN W. M. CHRISTOPHKR DTKTTT; flrcretnry. ET. KAi AH TPMPT 13 A. A. O N. M. JfThtrd Wenegdnv of nch month. Ma gi nlc hnll at S p. m. AM nobles sojourn SB e Invited m ,f (IP JPNNTNGS. Potentate. SflfA. BROWN Rrn-ftr $ i "WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. J DEEl?ETCATi:pt'B MEETS EVERT -Srldav nlrbt nt o oVlocU In Knights of T-pfMos "n M.nln s(r...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 January 1904

IICIfY AND NE16HB6RH009. I Attorney .T. IT. Ryckmat) .ha been at mc over Sunday, having mn down from Ivanston, Wyo... - . I -Mrs. Charity Collin of, A I to- In at St. larks hosp'ltUi'sutTc'rlug. with pneumonia. Iio is getting along nicely. I , - " .Weather for' n'tVdny RafrT and colder, lie maximum-temperature yesterday wan degrees minimum. 20-dejrecs. I T,f a. A ' This evening at T o'clock the annual rlh supper will be served at Unity nail mi-nuVvh. regular attendants and sub rloere to the ohilrch Following the Ippi. tne annual meeting and election, of Inofi-s will he belli and later an Informal Iclal tlmo enjoyed, I Because a Commercial street woman dc hu.ded that ho give 5, -which alio llnvtrt ho id"6tolfrn from her, Stelios .f-shoiv. a Creek. last'nlght beat the wo un In a ?hnfl manner and left her o.traU on .tht ground from a blow i.ih lit ptrucls Mv In the fate. Ocrr firster apprehended Thcshow and landed Im in jail, i Held cannot af.or(l to. give- many more I ch programmes ns...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 January 1904

ION, ON THE BACKPAGE l j CLASSIFIED ADS ON THE J" Q C V TOATHER TODAY Hain and colder l goii. XLiYI. No. 27S--12 Pages. Salt Laktd City, Utah, Tuesday Mokntistg-, Jantjary 19. 1904, Five Cents, 1 lORBLOCKED B IN PLANS FOR I FILLING OFFICES iblican Members of the jfuncil Get First Blood. i CONSIDER COMMITTEES library Directors Named IWItfieut Opposition: Board of Public Works Sends in nmunication Urging- Appoint jfcnent of an Engineer. cjy Library Directors -f . . filllam J. Batcman. -f Ifales Young, -f-Ifred Lambourve. -- I ilTn D. Spencer. i n, Frank A. Vincent. ' fa. JI. J flay ward, p- fa. Joseph 31. Coin:. . i vs, Isaac Jennings. 4 ' xs. Stanley H Clawson. -f if ' dSn Morris last night submitted to ty Council for confirmation tlie -5f George W. Snow for city en !nd Joseph V. Eldredge. Sr., for SXton, and, as predicted in The 1 JeT: the appointments were referred - ort to the respective committees. Slmau Precce, from the Second invent v Ith the Democratic mlnor conflrm the appoin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 January 1904

H o the Salt Lake Tbibuot:: Tuesday Moicyns-&. Jaihtary 10, 1904. , 1 . j : : i ZEXPERIS,AS TO, WATER mm- ' v - . JJovernTOt Authorities to I; : Confix With .Itafmers. ltlC I'. H' 1 MEETING" '0F GREAT INtEREST Commlttoo to Investigate tho f Jrriptlpn Law H-.iVill Confgslth' Gov, polls'-and the Hl State Ltu:d SoadiESubjcct For- i1 est Reserves "Uriclcr Probe. p ' Chief Engl'riedr "Newell of the Govorn Bi mcnt recIimuTUoTf service, who Is to be there "Wednesday to treat 'with the hind-, i (owners in relation to the project of H f ' ransoirning Utah-,lake Into ,an Ini relation rcpervolr? 'Ttroeccoinpanlcd -to this cltyMjy Gjfford Plnchot. chief of t the divlg!onpf forestry of the Depart nicnt of Ar!cul"rurc.r D. TV.' Ross, cn Hh glneer In charge of the Government "eclair.ntion ' 'service for the district H, comprising TjLtahd Idaho, ami H. N. m. lavage, consulting engineer on the fll Sweetwater 'aanV,'ln" Gallfornia, one of the foremost,. Irrigation pr.ojccts in the entire Wct."" M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 January 1904

1 n ig -The samp Lake TiaBm: TujdaT MoiarGr j:A.Diri9, 190,. 1 s H EalTboys on obunk Jisgraceful Sight Witnessed at Park City. t JFFICERS INVESTIGATING h Ian Who Furnishod Liquar to B. Prosecuted. I Patrick Clark Injured in a Run away Accident. TRIBUNE HUH BAIT, Park City; I Jan. 39. j unsldtiablt Indignation and threats of irBroHccutlon arc expressed here over the IS set (nat whisky was sold last night to M lour bos tru- ildoft of whom la not over vGSjf yeans of .ig The youngslci-s pot two uarts of whisky and proceeded to celc ira.tr. Tl:c results were any thing' but (lcnsai:t to the boys. ,A physician was H irinniotud and found two of the lads In tfgh a erllloil condition that heroic treat ill iiejit had lo ho reported to restore them. Jlmic part who Hold the liquor to the boys jlK'lll ho prosecuted. SILVER XIWG- MEETING. Mjjoard of Directors Chosen by the SjJ Stockholders. gffStockh Ami? of the Sliver King Mining ppmpany nut today at the office of the omi).mv and ikcl'Hl the foll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 January 1904

H -I . 4 , ' The Salt Lake Tjhbuke: Tuesday Mojsix&, jAyrciARr 19, 1904. ' Issued Every Mornhip by 1 Sail Uko Tribune Publishing Company. Ik PERRY S.-HEATH-, PtibllRlior :vnil Gi'iu-riil MniniKor. 1 Entered nt tho PotoMco oC Sail J.nkc City 7ia Hcwnd-elnfla milder. ' TERMS, OF Sl'HSCRIPTION. Dally and Sundny Tribune, one wcelc.S .05 Dallv and Sundny, oils month 1.C0 1 Dnily and Sundny, two months r... 2.M '.Dally and Sundny, three months 3. CO Dnlly and Snndny. one your 12. CO r Sundny Tribune, one year 2.0n J Sunday Tribune, .six TUCriUiSJ 1M' Scml-Wcekly Trlbunc.-dno .year.'....' l.E c All remittances and business letters should be addressed to f TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Salt Lake City. Utah. S. C. Bcekwlth. Special Asency. Solo Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of t lice- 43H-t5-J7-t-19 Tribune Building, New I York Western of lice,. -510-G12 Tribune 'Ilulldlnp', Chicago. ' i fl Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. v Ti'iburro Telephone Numbers. 'BualncBS Ofllcc 3C0 .City Edit...

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