ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 60,290 items from Salt Lake Tribune, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
60,290 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 January 1904

I I H Tim BAlfiHtAgB TRIBUTE; TUESDAY MOB2sIK"Gs J JJsTJARY -19, 1004, 5 H . . . : - . - I SgSge of murder! vo Unfortunates to Be Ar l raigned Today. Mr SH8CKLEY, J. H. WADE 1 "i Charged With Murder In the First Dogroe, klcy Expected to Make, a Hard ght for Life Sentence Wndc 'Killed a Chinaman in Altn. I. Shurkli y nnJ J. H- VTadc. "both lirgcd with murder in the ilrst de fect will be arraigned in the District fft. at 10 o'clock thiu morning and 'Lcr'jileas to the informations against irn. Both prisoners are now incar- f;rt in tlic county jail, having been to District court without ball. jcKley, the confessed murderer of the Jfeanncn Glcnson and Brighton, will, j tu not guilty to the charge, and it I understood put up a hard fight at j Itrlal to save his life. Ills defense ,' jfundoubtoelly be that ho shot Glea ' Accidentally and Drigliton in sclf iense. It will b-? up to the jury to dc Svlicthor or not a man can shoot an er accidentally or in defending him :Jvhen he has tried to h...

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. — 19 January 1904

(3 Thjb SjMjT Laxs Tribune: Tuesday jMorntng-, Jajxuajxy 19, 1004. INI. S. LEAD FURNACES It Construction of Them Is I Now Assured. T7HE PLANS IN HAND rRelurn of Managing Diroctor I Holdon. i rEvery Indication of Competition in I Smelting of Lead Ores Saw i Evans Placers, h " ' U U To the copper furnaces of the United 'States smelter is' to be added a battery r.of lead blasts. This? Is decisive, said A. F. H olden, the company's managing director, upon his arrival from Callfor 'nia yesterday to remain Indefinitely, Ijjind before his departure for the East hgaln the plans for the new furnaces Liipon uhlch George K. Fischer, the I , ompanj's mechanical engineer, has V )een noiselessly working for some lime, hwill have been ratified and contracts "or material with which to construct "ihem awarded. The correspondence oiled upon the managing director's Jesk pleaded too vigorously for atten tion for him to go into particulars but nt la -v ell known that the furnaces will Jjp up-to-date wit...

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. — 19 January 1904

THE SALT IlAKB TKEBTDTSOi. TUESDAY MOBsIN'Gr, JA2STUAJELY 19, 1904. 7 fl . . ; iJE STOCK Y"oF THE WORLD 'Z, A SlOCKS I St ' : IhlMATED MARKET Itf Clearing of War Ijlouds Has Effect. I 1 TRADING IN STEEL !j5 Generally Had an Up- ward Tondancy. jnated Copper Jumps n Point rMUrond Shnres Also on the MLflvtnice Bonds Firm. '! Stocks and Bonds, il Srk. Jan. IS -The stock market A rt! today to the favorable turn of ijjt! abroad over Hie far Eastern k crnd the notable strengthening of fmonev situation. There was .1 II Ive and broader market, nnd dur- Sl .flnal hour the trading took on 8 like animation. The saroo preference for stocks of inlno Jnnd Industrials for speculative 'ft its that have brn-n In evidence for te was the conspicuous figure of I Ihg. New York Central and Nnsh lllc achieved a 1-polnt itprdarly In the day, but It was net VLelln the last hour of the session ,'JPaul moved up 1. This cx he Hat of standard railroad Htoeks JS dc any movement worthy of no il? eIRock Island stor...

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. — 19 January 1904

S l'EB Am' TjATrgfl '-ffRIBTOTBs TUESDAY MOKXIXG JAARV 19, 190-1-. J I NO HITCH lil SIGHT V Good Baseball Assured for v Salt Lake aud Ogdsn. j 1 FOUR-TEAM LEAGUE GOES L Soason to Open in Zien Tues- tj . day, April 28, t r Const Cities Ave All Cut Out, and r, the Outlook for Good Sport l,( v. Ig Tip-Top. , ' l . ; "- , ; "A I '.nil p. .A"unt -,.fJ:in. IS. A meeting vny j V!d by tlfe magnates of the Norlhwest- J m U:gue-todnyiat the Finlcn liotcl,' and j n iv.is deckled jo ctnbmco In the lenguo ; the cltits or Unite, Salt bake. Spoknno i .ind Ojgdpn. ' The conforonce was attended ' l5 President Lucas of the league. John '. McOoskcy of Salt Lake. Tro.sldcnt "U'il- Ii Hams of Spokane and President L.mo of c 'hr cuttc club. Mr. McCloskey held Os , dm proxey. - i t wuh dciildcd to have each club post a ' Uv( it of $IOto-to guarantee ilnishlnc the nson. and llifn forfeit has been postfd. I The schedule will 1k arranged at n mecl c hie lo bo called by President Lucas. The magnates discussed...

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. — 19 January 1904

-, y:..- 8mz84:&M&'tt&9$$' -TUESDAY: MOKSECG, jAKTGdKY 3,9, 1904. 9 Mi SIatomigal marvel Ian of 23 Had Vital Organs of Octogenarian. Burgeons are puzzled I rango Caso of Wm. McGrath Who Died In New York. Rtopsy Discloses Ono of tlie ilost temarkable Cases in History Little Known of Subject', iv York, Jan. 3S. Encased Ik-lllijn the body of a man 23 -years old, 4 jlcLdoclors of the Lincoln hospital in tfTTa city have found, the vital organs fit belonK to an octogenarian. The iscovcry may be regarded ug one of IS most surprising in the history of , post -mortem examinations, jand,-so far I? known, stands alone, although it fears some resemblance to the case of Ke peasant girl. Jeanne , Uhl, who Jroused irtterogt among French anat ? mists about fifteen years ago. ' Kvilliam McGrath was admitted to nc hospital about four weeks ago, suf jrlng from Intense pain in the lower iftrt of the back. In the region of the ilSheys. He had lived in or near New J rork all Ills life, there ...

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. — 19 January 1904

10 The &Air Lake Tribune: Tuesday MoKxnsa, Jaucuavx 19, 1904. ik I WHAT BANCROFT SAYS v Great Changes in the .Unioji f Pacific. Av v , 1 GROUND SHAKES AT 8MAHA if- 5 .i - ... i, , ' Harriman Condemns tho Shops r and Tholr Outpuf, ISnnf Old Employees Will Walk tho I , Plank, and $500,000 Will Be Spent at Once, r i -6)' I .TRIBUNE SPECIAL. , ' Omaha, Neb.. Jan. IS. That the ap- I If ointment of William lu uanuron a Jj'icnoral manager of tho Union Pacific Railroad would be followed by seveml Lmiportunt changes was to be expected. ''Announcement came from Mr. f.an-I'-roft today that the shops at Omaha 'uv-. to be made the biggest in the -'t'nlled States and to make them profit able some of the foremen employed , during the strike will be discharged. hi When Mr. Harriman ' vHtod the 'hops about a month ago he was great ly dissatisfied with conditions. He found that the expenses are dispropor tionate to the output and that the q'.radc of work is very low. The ex mlanutlon offered was ...

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. — 19 January 1904

R SALE MISCELLANEOUS. (part OR ALL, OF AX OLD ESTAB ieU business In this city, with an ln tmcnt of over J30.O0O.CO. paying a net ,nt of $700.00 a month. The buyer must fC cood business ability, capable of Inc management, together with at it $15,000.00 in cash to invest. For rur- Information address G 21. Trlbmj m . roV IS THE TIME TO GET INTO ilncss. Restaurant and furniture of fi m cottnpe all for $550. Location good, oornlntr-houae. 11 rooms and 15 rogu fboarders, J100O. Miller & Miller, room Bt. James hotel. riiV GOOD "WORK HORSE FOR SALE OR ilj!.. 'JS 7th East. rllSl "ARGE PACING COLT. I YEARS OLD. fejor trade 121 E. Ith South. rll8 iOP BUGGY AND HORSE. $45.00. CAX.L 1213 Iola ave.. bet. 3rd and -Ith South, tryjordan. 'OR. CASH, THE FURNITURE OF joni cottage nt one-half the original Kf. Add. G 23. Tribune. rHCa Rl)0lrSIJI?E CHEAP; PAR gjluavlng town. 133 N. 7th West. rllC9 riJRNITURE OF A B-ROOM COT-Ccl-,J1W, rent $13.50. 720 So. W. Temp o, jf. rl 1,9 HeSH JERSEY COW AND HEI...

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. — 19 January 1904

12 The Salt ILaio Tklbxjots: Tuesday jSIohxhstg-j Xjstta:ry 19, 1904:, I ; : , I I CITY AND NE16HB0RH00B, The Slut Ho-inl of Insanity will meet nl the State mental hospital at Provo on 'lhursdny. 1 The regular monthly meeting. . or the. h Sttc Boai-il of Corrections will be held at f the State prison tomorrow- morning- at. 10 I n clock. v - ' Thr Stale Board of Examiners, mot, In regular monthly sosslen yesterday ana j passed noon all the claimb present d for their apnrpvnl during tho month. I .loin Lundnuint, who was 50 Brlouslv injured In an accident at the High and I Bo. ailne a few day? ago. la gotUnrj along I iiU m at the Kcogh-Wright hospital. 1 ' Mice Ti. Rogers has purchased from the . T tab Savings and Trust company tho orth half of lot 1. U)oclc 10, plat D. which 1 's located on the' southwest corner of Second and E streets Tho consideration 1 ami d Is 31G.C0P. - I Mrs. G. Dlckermnn. who was operated or for hysterectomy Til the Kcoch-Vrlght Hospital yesterday morning, -la ...

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. — 20 January 1904

HH l jlF YOU WANT TO BUY, gj j'''' - I ,' V ' Jr S V- WEATHER TODAY Threatening; local snow! Jl. xTjYI. No. 279-12 Pages. Sait Lake City, Utah, Yedx.esday Morxdstg, Jajntjart 20, 1904, Fivtb Cents. I llEAT IRRIGATION PLAN II ileral Officials and Salt Lake County Farm jiers Will Discuss Utah Lake Reservoir I J- Today at Bingham Junction. :I ;Satransformnlion of Utah lake into eat reservoir for irrigation pur- jfhas passed from the domain of dilation into the realm of proba J Prof. CI. L. Swondsen has dem ii&ted that tlie scheme is physically !) iblo and Prof. F. II. Isowell, liydrographor oC the United geological survey, is ready to lend it to the Department of the as roon as satisfactory ar cnts can be made with the i now holding water rights he Jordan river. BJECT OF HIS COMING. Newell arrived here- yesterday an from the West. The purpose islt is to arrange meetings with mere at which the matter can f Chief Hydrographer U. S. Geological Survey.' v ,yplained and the 'sentiment o...

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. — 20 January 1904

HT 1 2 THE &&IF liAKE XBIBraTE: WEDNESDAY M0ROT5sTG, JANUARY 20, 1904. 1, .... .r - - -iii j tffHWfW-HHHHtlHIHmwm4WfmitHm tHHHUMII mHHifH-H-H t NIMH t 44444441 ItHUlUKHtHHIII 44444444444444-444444444-44444444444 44444444 Mr-t44444444fj ! SWEEPING THE PRICES FROM THE SKY ! j J Invery Bom Brings Them Dow With a ThudL j 1 1 " th Off f SS Prices Rule in This Yearly Sale. " t j .f44.H44-4444444-4444 r , , If! Millinery .Under Price Offering; Hl'l All trimmed hats-25 PER CENT TAKEN OFF REGULAR fRJCES. ; H'j4 Special lot of nicely trimmed hats, broad variety, regular $-'. 12.50. 53 and 34.. H? X 0neBPcvCearha'tsesL quality and all colors. Instead of 52.50 and $2.75 caclv-95c.; Hj'l French felt and camclhalr hats, dress shapes -and flats, $1 to $i kinds Goc ; PiT t each. 1 " Hle I Ostrich. lips;, three In bunch, formerly 35c to 50c. clearance loc a bunch. 1 4- Coquc feather boas, different styles, formerly $2.50,and 53. clearance oOc- X each.. HP X 4444444444-44444444444444 44 -i tl...

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. — 20 January 1904

The Salt Lake Tj::-stote: Wednesday Moioo2sG3 jAaARX" 20, 1904. 3 I i , ,1 rial set fob march I Shockley Gets Twa Months I to Prepare. 3REETED BY A LARGE CROWB Bays "Nt Guilty" te th Two 51 Murdor Cliaros. Case Set for Trial March, 22nd,- After Jm a Wrfmle Among the At l tornsys. Ml M. Shocklc-y, the confessed .murderer of Motorman Amaea Gteapon and Conductor Thomas Brighton. Entered a p lea or not guilty to the two ghargea of murder against him In the District court ycGterday, and his ca-Kf-j?as been set for trial on March 22, 1004. The large crowd that had gathered in Jhfi courtroom shows the strong Jcurioslty that has been aroused among: the populace over the young man. Every eeat in the room was occupied, Snd not a few women were among the immense crowd. All eyes were centered "upon every move of the prisoner, and it Is reasonable to predict that the trial o"f the case will excite quite as much if not more Interest than did the Peter Mortensen case. District Judge Hall was on th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 January 1904

W- V 4 THE SALT 1AKLE TKDBUKB: WEDNESDAY MOJttsT2sTG, J-AJmAJRY 20, 1904.' 1 14 4 ; f Its ailif.n&unc.. 1 I?auod Every Jfofnlnp by I . Salt Lako Tribune Publishing Company. I PERRY S. HEATH, Publlyher and General Mnnnccr. t Entered at th. Posloftlco of Salt Lalco , ty na second-class matter. x t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I illy and Sunday Tribune, one weck.$ .3 ! illy and Sundny, 0116 month 1.00 J illy nnd Sunday, two months 2.C0 1 illy nnd Slindny, three" months .... 3.00 I 1 illy nnd Sundny. ontf yonr 12.00 md.iy Tribune, one- yenr 2,00 : nday Tribune, elx months 1 M ml-AVcelcly Tribune, one year .v 1.B0 l ' Ml remittances and business letters ould bo addressed to I I CRIBUXE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City. Utah. I 5 C. Bcekwith. Special Agency. Solo D i iftorn Advertising Apent. Eastern of J 1' I3-I4-1.V47-IS-10 Tribune Bulldlnp, Now I 1" rk. Western office, 610-512 Tribune I 1 illdlnK. Chicago 0 ashington Bureau 1417 G- Street, b Tribune Telephone Numbers. 1 . mines Office ...

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. — 20 January 1904

1 it The Salt Laice tribune: Wednesday Mobxestg-, Jaxtjary 201904. 5 ! HD KETCHUPS SOLD Sjjj (tail Dealers in Bogus Stuff !? te Be Prosecuted. I JBhplaints issued today Mmult if ft Carsful Invastiga !S Hon by Officials. Hjpvcn Brands of Catsups Analyzed gffifand Found to Contain Harm ul Coloring Matter. 'Ijfeojnplulnls will bo pwom ioilny against Kglproprletors of several storos in this SJcliarpInp them wjth violation of the kM'c-fond laws. The violations consist In Vtjscnincr nnd olTcrln? for sale of nxlul toted conditions ketchups and catsups, jeta arc olovcn brands of ketchups and JtSups lclns sold in tho markets of this and not a single brand Is free from Iteration. State Food Inspector 3lo- IlUIelner has had bottles of each make chared and analyses made by the Stato aiJsfc. ire has become tired of tho con (cid violations of the law?, and Intends jrago a lively war on the retailers of Jclty who porslst In soiling these adul itfil prodtictH to the public, to results of tho analys...

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. — 20 January 1904

W I I (3 THE SJLLTLAKE TRIBII3TE.' "WPyESDAY MOKNTyG, JA2sHJAllY 20, 190 I ; TO REVEL IN WEALTH J Piling Up a Surplus of I t $150,000. I -MONTANA'S FINE EXHIBIT m ' 'Ore Bodies Increasing With I ? i ' Every Shet. H i H ' jTwonty-Five Tone of $100 Rock Com H J ! ing Daily to tho Surface H "Ghost" May "Walk Soon. H 11 ' A report which yesterday came to lo H r cal interests In the property of the HI .Montnna-Tonopah company, Nevada, I, " reveals a condition underground which yi (compares favorably with conditions Lrj Won the historic Comptoek in Its palmiest days. Not a paragraph per j .talnlng to the company's ledges but Is Hi :embcllishcd with a story of hlgh-grado 3 ore, none of it affording a valuation of jless than $60 per ton which class will find a profitable market in this valley Hh Nltli the completion of the Tonopah 'j (railway while some of it yields sev H cral hundred dollars per ton. Without H I iortlng or discrimination whatever, in H -deed, the management writes that It ...

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. — 20 January 1904

jt i . z VE STOCKY-or -he WORLD ST0CKS JRODUCAS" U"6A MO iv FY y I IN WALL STREET ! dt Less Animated, but . 1 Dialings Heavy. I ISLAND ANI STEEL jjng Capitalists Again Jtln tht Spoculators. Jting Sales Resumed on Late Re Mrerj Features of the Day's Z' Business. Stocks and Bonds. Ll'ork, Jan. 19. Tho promises held lithe late stock market of yestcrdny 1t' fully realized today. There was Kth In the volume of the dealings Fthe breadth of the demand, but the 2lon did not hold good throughout folon, and the pains were yielded for 1st part before the closing, which JrcKulnr Great hopes of an cnllv Jiarket were built on the special ac 'fand strength yesterday of Rock band of U. S Steel preferred and ond mortgage 6 per cent bondw. Imovements were regarded as ovl Jjof a return to speculative activity teoiof tho leading capitalists of the yho have refrained from any nota feratlons In tho market for some Tho coming lnsuo of tho new rc Ttbond Issue of the Chicago, Rock t& Pacific railway was...

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. — 20 January 1904

I I 8 'myj Salt Tjatctb Tbibunb? "Wepjsbsday Momsrg, Jaisttary 20, 1904, 1 ,j VETOED BY CALLAHAN I 1 Cannot Accept University of f I Utah Offer, i I ' ' "'" ! EASTERN MAN TO BE CHOSEN j j 1 " ' Prasidsnt Kingsbury Will Go ? Aftor the Best, i i - . i. - ' n . i Ho , ; I ' Yost,' Camp and Other Authorities on , I College Athletics Appealed to I Redden in Fnvor. r F f j The uITorls made to prevail upon Mr. I Callahan to accept the position as I conch at the University have- proved J I futile. "When seen last night Callahan j I' said "It is an utter lmnosfilblllty for Iv mo to accept the position. My busiuess rj J duties nreof such a nature that l.can- fii not possibly sjfmrc.tlic time sucji a po- fj j sition would require." However, I shall be pleased to do anything in my power K I to advance athletics at the University I ! and bring them to the highest possible L ' standard." Ml .s a result of Mr. Callahan's decision I letters have been written by President i ( Kingsbury and others co...

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. — 20 January 1904

THE fiALTLAKE TRIPTTyp!; TTedxesday Mor-ntxg, Jaxtatcy 20, 1904. 9 TpMBERLAIN'S POLICY Bin's Former Secretary piscusses Commerce. Reives great qvation pirates His Wtll-Kntwn All Financial Views. 17111 Base His Future Arguments JjPro-o Hi- C-nten'ions Upon ylljl Bo'"xrf! ot Trade Returns. coJ fcl to .mffo.-..tion i" today to hear JdK Chnmhr'aln ipmk. . afchamhoi lnln. who was accompa Wiy hi? wlO. rec-i ' ' Treat o a MHo luan lv d'.'.ariHK that the (ncial . ! nv.- of the fed Kii clom h . hen hoard from 'fcsard !. I-;-- ' r i '-M'osata, hut tiMcws of (It- , iit-rns of London Fnot i ki'.ov n Ho de-ired to ap how Hie felt on the , feet of hi.- lump before the operi H M pai li.im r.i but ho regretted that to It? i i.n-i"'lr, il eharacter the Dg would not hao the npnoi -gfir Of oiinc dl: ily f-T or against I ChunihTlair. "ho s.-iid ho be Ljfc.'d the ?ii!ie 1 1 uiieiu ho need in jjgBrovlm - "ui i . i ; l enually to rtnll.t;( London, tlu.n proceeded Mterat-"- hu woii-known flnanHal XiM. Ho f...

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. — 20 January 1904

W LU lHE SAJjT IjAKE TKIBUNE: WEDNESDAY MOJQTXKG- JASTUAJBY 20, 1904:. J - I ; ATTEMPTED ASSAULT I j Strious Charge Against Ne- ' gro Arrested at Ogden. j PARTNER OF J. M. 3H0CKLEY I? .- Another of the Held-Up Band ' .1 Convlctod. I " 1 Proposition to Consolidate Canneries I of Ogden Site for Summer i School Notes. I I TRIBUNE BUREAU. "1 J 209 Eccls Bulldlnc. f J r, Ogden. Jan. :0. ) I Robert Ford, a negro, was arrested hero I yesterday by Detective Sullivan and ( "locked up on a. charge of attempted tis- I p ciult. It la alleged that the accused at- kli tempted to assault MIes May Robinson H" of Salt Lake City In a sleeping- car on H the Southern Pacific line. Early Monday H morning tho lady was awakened by the Hj negro, who waa attempting to enter her : brth. She screamed and frightened him H , away, and the train crow appeared pn ' tho scene and throw the negro from tho U train Tho matter wsis reported to tb j i Ogden polico and tho fellow was arrestcu H! as stated. I FACTORIES 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. — 20 January 1904

(At H S THE SALT TiATTffi TEXBTOsTE: Wedsgesday MoRKmsTG, Jatuart 20, 1904. II I i ... i i : H I Inate and house 3 deration ef Panama 1 i H tonal Bill Resumed. Leb WITHOUT DEBATE I r! Bills Passed in this i Senate. f i ; i Takes Up the Pure-Food Bill, Kt Does Not Complete It u Amendments Offered. tfington, Jan. 19. The Senate re- j(fess than a minute today to dls- frthe motion to refer to the Com J! tipt Poslofllces the various "ycso I' liooklng to an investigation of 1 KtofHcc department. The ques I Rd been previously debated for J t .a time, but today no Senator A ifeted any disposition to discuss It ffl and it was adopted without a if ve vote. S 5the passage of a half dozen bills 1 hate returned to consideration of I ajiania question. Mr. Quarles I for almost two hours in support 7A course of the administration, and ' pilowed by Mr. Patterson, who ilKd the President's course In Ifta. Mr. Patterson was subjected ffjKy Interruptions, and had not con Slkwhen the Senate adjourned. Wf...

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. — 20 January 1904

9' f 12 The Sajp Lake Tribihse: Wednesday MoRjStng-j J-astuaby 20, 1904. I CITY AND NEl'6HB8RH00B. , ! ' Mrs ApiM bsbornn. WA 10M nnd Herr Mowjew.lcl will plo a moih, c-oltnl at thw Post hull' on Sunday oven- t , ig next. I I Tho (Iret ca?e of typhoid feycr report 1 I ( Inco January lOtli was that ofbaC hils- i. onsen. recorded yenterd.'iy. The pa-lent ' 4'.j years old ami liven Hazel court. R.imond Witt, who was opnraj'il on at I 1 t. .Man-K hospital yesterday. Is lt Ing I iici.lv. Sir. J. W. Bryan. P-lfo a patient ! it Si. Mark's, Is reported to be much J 5 inr-roved, I 3 f if Auditor Felt will .today issue wav- , ant for the s.Mnl-monthJy salaries of tho I. nr.rtsnent employees or the nlrc" goverii- L J nent The total of the payrolls amounts ii 'iy.-Z-. . . nr. A A. Kerr slipped and fell on the 1 v payment on Second South .street 1 nj.-sdav evening and dlsloojued his right I rm in the full. Or. Scott is attending: I ' dm -ind looking alter his practice. II e .-i 1 C'l.' idr J. No...

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