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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 January 1904

( WEATHER TODAY Fair and continued cold. J syoi.. XL.VL y?o. 280-12 Pacts. Salt Lake City, Utah, Thursday Mokstdstg, Jajtciary 21. I904v Five Gents. ! I IjECfElF i " C ' - - IILL BLOCKADE PORTS 1 1 Ipn Directs Admiralty to Bar Foreign farships From Certain HarborsRussia M Will Make Concessions to Japan. I Ion, Jan. 21. Cabling from Tokio. respondent of the Standard says I rlvy Council hns approved an Ijordinance empowering the coni ng its of admiralty stations to prc--$;SreIgii warships, by force, IC ne aivsjS1 from entering certain ports in r.i( of emergency. Tokio correspondent of the Dally eph declares the Privy Council, meeting today, discussed a pro to Issue an order, in the event oC .jj4 snactlng a state of siege In cer ii! places outside o Japan and a Ac lot -e jSfjapateh to the Pall Mall Gazette 'jB.erllu declares that the corre al int Is in a position to. announce "fJJely that it has been decided at Jj2tersburg that Japan's wishes n?ie met ln such A way as t0 wit'Mhe mainte...

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. — 21 January 1904

2 The sutt Tathb Trtbuke: Tkuusday Moksten"G-, JAmiAinr 21 ; 1904. I. . . : - 'Uk I, ;' WOULD SHIRK SHAME i i I i ' I ! Latest Move Made by Atter- , ; ni y Arthur Brown. 1 -! I LAW ON REGISTERING BIRTHS i T I 1 1 Helds That Parents Hav Ne ; Right in the Matter. County Attorney Westervelt Rules o , Against the Amended Report , of Mrs. Bradley. mmW 1 Wm The parentage of the latest child r born to Mrs. Anna M. Bradley socms to have been troubling Arthur Brown 1 j more than he should have cared to Hl .have ltr and he has 'endeavored to pre- UC1 vent his name appearing on the ofllclal K ' " l1rth records as the father of the boy. H'i The baby was born to Mrs. Bradley Hjj last October and Its birth was reported H l' -Dr. "Whitney, the attending physl- H, clan. The doctor, in his report, left mmMMr1 blank the space where the fathers Hrj i name should be given. A t'hort time H I'j Inter Mrs. Bradley filed an amended H report of the child's birth, as well as H that of the older boy, Arthur, ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 January 1904

e THE fiA7J JUAKE TRIBUSfe: THURSDAY MOKXtsG, J ACTUARY 21, 190. 3 J 1 . ' ' W THIEVES AT BAR Inree Who Robbed Section Ij Wen in Court. L SHOWED PENITENCE I nt Cass Dismissed in Ploa if Boy's Father. twked Ball Under the Auspices o IJj. D. S. Sunday-School at Park I. City a Success. I TRIDUNK -BUREAU, I pari: Clly. Jan. 20. irhomas Rnnuom. John McL,cod nnd jenry Bate?. 13, Hi and li years of ago jspcctlvely. were arralcncd before City jgstlcc W. S. Ixckhart today on a charge ;pctty larceny conmltted Monday, when fry broke Into a box car and stole sun jjartlclc3 belonging to a party of Greek Ctlon hands. She father of Henry Kales vras present id begged the leniency of the court, rrtlslng to keep his ion at school. The jier boys testified that Bate3 did not Jco any of the articles. His case -was pmlswd. Ransom and McLcod entered pleas of filty. The father of young McLcod Sscd the leniency of-the court, alleging lilt this was his son's first offense. Tho jstlcc delivered a lecturo to t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 January 1904

Hi I K 4: The Saltiajge thibue: Thursday Motcnxntg, Jaktjary 21, 1904:. I II " 1 Issued Every Morning by 1 ' Sail Lake Tribune- Publishing Company. PERRY S. 'HEATH, Publisher and General Mnnaper. , I Enorod nt the Fostofllcc of Salt Lako j , Citv i- secand-cliua mutter. , j ' " t TtfRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. . K Pally and Sunday Tribune, one week.? '.2S i , I "Dc'Iy and Sunday, one month........ 1.00 ) i r-uUj' a:.d Sunday, two months! 2.01 1 Tirtil- and Sunday, three months .... S.OD I i Dally and Sunday, one year 12.0 a.i lay Tribune, one year 2.00 Kuhduv Tribune, six mcnths 3-00 i T jl Sr:n!-TV'oekly Tribune, one year 1.50 I I . M rendu uncos and business letters ,. ' cho.ild bo addressed to i TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, , Salt Lake Oily. Utah. .i S r. Beckwlth. Spccinl .Acency, Solo J' E.isfrn Advertising A;ont. Eastern or ' I -H-i3-17--J Tribune Building. New ' York Western office, 010-51'J Tribune ' Bul'.dlnt;, Chlcngo. d ' "Washington 3ui-e.iu 1417 G Street. ' ' Tribunes Telephone...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 January 1904

fsTARBED THESPIANS ige Peoplo Meet Fiery iNemesis in Chicago. mJ IN BLAZING HSTEL I jfrly 200 Thsalrical Mamb'ors Have CIoss Call. md Palace Hotel Tnkes Fire in tho fStirly Horning, and Inmates Have Narrow Escapee. Ueaso, Jrii. 20. Jll-fortunc ot Chiw.KO Itxlcal people durlnjr tho last few -weeks iiagaln in evidence at a. fire In tho nfl Palace hotel, Tndluna and Clark ts, early today; nearly 200 members Jisatrtc&l troupes bshiff driven into tho Sts by the names It wn with dirti ly tbat n. panic was averted and the litened men and women agisted from (Structure In safety. 1b flrc originated on the second floor, po'sodly from crowed electrical wires, l-iras carried qulcltly up the elevator ft by a. draught to tho top floor. eph Northrop, a guest, saw tlie smoke jnotlfU-d the nlpht clerk, who Imme ;'y started awakening the guests. Yhrop stepped into the elevator, ran rard throiifrh tbe smoke and Humes und ied arouse the puests on tlio top lloor. iio balls were soon tilled with exci...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 January 1904

ft J ( thjg saxt Eakb tribune. Thursday MomsiyG, Jajzuajtz 21, 19(M. I i1 : t zr-ilCf I SCRAP FOR OIL LAND HI ! Fifteen Hundred Acres a I " Cause of War. 1 jS0ME SERIOUS ACCUSATIONS Hi i t J! Will Net Imbroil the New 811 H HI HI J Sinking to Begin Actively on Latter H Today Big Crowd Organized H for the Great Event. V To emphasize the esteem in which H territory along- the gas and xll belt is H 'held, Uie irrepressible lawsuit between H rival claimants has made its appcar--x ance, the report from the first gun in HI what threatens to develop into a stub born fight following service on the de Rl ifendants yesterday in an action entl H'j tlcd, William Ochs and W. J. Nolan H against C. K. Rowland, P. S. Kcoph, Robert E. C. TVIlson and Schuyler V. Shclp. The scrap -ft III determine the i. right to explore about 1500 acres of ground near Farmington, Davis coun H j 'ty, this State, for the oil and gas by which it is underlaid, and has begun ) in the District court for Davis county. HnIn i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 January 1904

jnHE Salt Laice TRTuyB: Thursday MoBaoyfo January 21, 19Q4 Tffects trade 1 j Court "Leak" Boosts failroad Shares. HGH C8TT0N REC9RD l I In Pit Maintained, to M I tho Close. si iO Dealings Followed Circulation 3: That Northern Securities 7.1' 311 Bo Decided Mondny. m "SW ork, Jar., 20. There vos a fair fjfactivlty maintained In today's rkct aiul somo show of strength, P.?4j strength was fitful nntl spotty a"narkct was vjowed with some I suspicion by a large element of s on tho lloor. Tho upward if prices met with some posl ilca and the character of some, ed to stlmulato an upward aroused scepticism and had an d effept on sentiment, contrary jrpo-c In splto of tho higher jrlces sent over from London ng and a much more cheerful chances for peace from thero expressed In the decline of war f jrnarlno insurnnco there was free .?.Jl I" 'ow York which proved taio to absorb kl lems to liave been duo to a rc :a war scare In London after our J ipened. It affected wheat as well it,ipL Interrupt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 January 1904

I : -STATESMEN "IN DEBATE j ' Senate and House Members ( - Have a Busy Day. A PLEA FOR NICARAGUA i t (( Patterson of Colorado Takes President to Task. i Food Bill Goe3 Through With a Hush, i nnd With Slight Change u j . Amendments Rejected, i f "Washington, Jan. 20. Mr. Patterson todny completed and Mr. Piatt of Con- 1 r.'ctlcut began a speech on the? Panama T . Icanai question. Mr. Patterson declared that the Prcsl--a dent was largely responsible for the re P . volt in Panama, and announced his de pi rldcd preference for the Nicaragunn k route. Mr. Piatt toolc this pronounce tj ''lent for Nicaragua as the text for his ! ' remarks, taylngr it explained the mys i tcry of the othcnvi.se unc-xplainablc opposition on the part of the Dcmo r . eratlc Senators of the- Panama treaty. 1 ' Mr. Cullom presented a number of j t petitions for a service pension bill, aay ' ins: that he lias received such petitions i Ji-om almost every G. A. R. post In y Illinois, and that he- hopeil they would ha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 January 1904

fees on the stand iposits of Machen Figure in jL "Letter Box" Case. ACHING OF WITNESSES r itrnoys Squabble Ovar M I mission ef Tostlmony. fcncss Unable to Identify Initials "A. W. M." as Having Been, Jf Written by Machen. shjnston, Jan. 20. In the postal today the. Government gave ;c evidence to show the relations Tin? between Machen, the GrofC triers and air. and Mrs. Lorenz con- i niftK the sale of letter box fasteners he Government. ?vcral witnesses from Cleveland and "eSo having certain connection with iliing institutions, testified to various rfoslls by the Lorenzes of checks of (SirGroff for large amounts and to tain debits made against their ln IHual accounts. japt. II- Baumgardner, Machen's ithcr-ln-law, secretary of the De jjt Trust company of Westminster, alio testified as to Machen's de lls with that company. COACHING OF WITNESSES, fife' subject of the coaching ofwlt ces" by Pcstofllce Inspector Mayer kin came up. and Douglas for the Jense said he would Include PostofTice...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 January 1904

r ''iff 10 The SaltLaxe Tkibtjote: Tbtuhsdat Mokotng, Jajstuary 21. 1904. I TO MODIFY ORDINANCE f 1 New Theater Law in Chicago i i Too Stringent. 1 1 CONFERENCE ON SUBJECT Manager of Bluobsard Com I pany Toils His Story. 1 Coroner's Jury Encounters the Star Witness in the Case, and Ho" Has an Unpleasant Time of It. I' Chicago, Jan.1 SO. It la probable that the City Council next fonday night will again consider and revise the new theater ordinance. A meeting between lic theater managers and a special j committee of the Aldermen will be hold g( later in the week, at which the nian " rgors will announce what Is physically possible for them to accomplish In making their theaters safe, and' at the t wme time reopen for the remainder of the theatrical season. There Is -a pen oral feeling among the Aldermen that the essentials demanded of the theaters before they are allowed to open their doors Is somewhat too stringent, and modifications may be made at the regu lar Council meeting next Mo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 January 1904

et out the big mitts. mther Man Promises Salt Lake fifeomething- Liko an Eastern W" Blizzard. J !?.' Lockout! There's a cold wave Inff! It Is predicted by the weather ' irtment, and the weather department t ck It Just right Tuesday night, so 1 fput. Tho cold wavo Is expected for 2 h. and cast Utah, Northern Arizona ? fivestcrn Colorado, with frost warn- yor CaJlfornla and southern Arizona, i lt looks as If a "spell o'wealher" wis i ie Salt Lake's lot for tho next few i fall of snow Tuesday was the decp 1 in sovorul years. It was asserted, and ight satisfaction with It bocauso of iwater supply It insures. The ther inetor went pretty low last nlht, and able to ntay there for a few days. 'B SOCIETY NOT1CE3. K MASONS. A. S, RITE NOTICE. The T co-ordinate bodies of the A. A. flRIte will hold their regular ithly meeting this evening at :S0 ' ick. Installation of ofl'icrrs in the Istory and othor lmnortant business L Tofflcors and members aro roqueMed , ittend and all sojourning Scottish R...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 January 1904

I CITY AMD NEISHBQflHGOB. 1 Yesterday's bank clearing? amounted to V Sh7.tilT.3J, as compared with for I I the same dav of latl year. " " I F 11. Woodwaul. manager of the Mt. I 1 Plrasanl Oil company, is spending a few das In Salt Lake, a guest at tho Cullcn. r i A O 1 I' Miss Belle Olson has Just graduated '.oin Hie Kcogh-WrlghL training school lit for nurses and -will continue to make her lionu In this city. I " . I j lbert Thompson, an oW-Ume mining man and well known in this part of the ! ountry. died In this city yesterday aftor- ioon Thompton was about Oj years of , The funeral of Judge D. S. Dana, who llrd In this city, will be hcldthls aftcr 1 oon at 2 o'clock from tho undertaking parlors of S. D. Evans on South State dreel The Interment will be in Mt. Olivet ' nicu rv. Friends of the deceased aro m I uted to" attend tho funeral services. , . t, V F J Hugonbni'th, the now president of xhi National Live Stock association, ar rived vcaterday from Portland, when' the i nventlon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 January 1904

1 JL n Mj (fP If . I lipfY "Z'il I il fiT& fessV 1 fil 1 ntffo ""li H' f I 0ur clasBified Ads arel H SKassified Ads will help you. J SB li 1 111 9 1 lm 1 1 S S K 1 I I B II Ik growv So wln yur tusi- Sfcry an advertisement and) LJ 1 I i T--5& I I I I (fi H HlM , lllIIESl. ness if you use them. lfLJlJ lv wfJv "vv J m js i-r --Jr S "-i WEATHEB TODAY Possibly cloud y, with snow flurrios. ;fl IX '1 jafVoii. XXVI. No. 2S1-3 2 Pages. Salt Lake Oity, Utah, Friday Mobxjcsfg-, Jaistjart 22. 1904, Five Cents. M py , 1 . i . Hanchurian issue blocks way to PEACE IN ASIA I 9 S44'4-4-4-4-4- 4-4-4-t A NEW GOLCONDA. 4 St Id Hush to New Diggings in 4- I New Mexico. 4 lahla Fe, X. M., Jan. 21. Owing 4- K Sn unexpected discovery of gold 4- ife 1 wildest excitement prevails 4- IS' luntl Tucumcarlo on the Rock 4- rtj-J tha railway. 4- iuslncss men have closed their 4- res and arc Stocking 10 the placer 4- S ds eighteen miles east oC Tucum- 4- hi 'Jo on Relto creek. Threo 4- ' ndrcd men are on tli...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 January 1904

K 2. The Salt Lkb Tfjbiinis? Fbiday Morstdstg-, Jaihtajry 22, 1904. 1 I I SHE WOULD BE FREE 1 ' ' 1 Serious Charges (Vlade by i c , IVIrs. Heagren. 1 1 - r ! LEFT HER WHEN SHE WA.i ILL I ! 1 . I Charged With Beating Hrsr en Various Occasions. X Hit Her on the Head With a Punch- ing- Bag and Deserted Her for I Another Woman. ' The amended divorce complaint Med by Alba L. Heagren nirainst Edward B. Hongrcn. Ip the District court yesterday. Is ono of tho most sensational paper.? o ; Its kind ever recorded In the cour.ts of ' this State. The crounds alleged In the Ij, complaint ore cruel and Inhuman treat s' i mcnt. and of 3iich a nature as to be I almost Incredible of belief. 1 , Tho plaintiff alleges that she and the 1 defendant married In this city on Dc B comber 14. 1501. and that for more than I a year tho defendant has been guilty of I extreme cruelty. During the Christmas I holidays tho defendant Is alleged to have 1 told the plaintiff that If she received 1 nny presents from her...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 January 1904

; , THE BAJjT XjAJZE aDBXnsrEj lIDAY MQIvI-slTTG, 22. 1904. 3 I f-FAIRS AT PARK CITY ty Council and Commis sioners at Outs. DirlALLPOX BILL IS REJECTEE I Steps Taken to Provlda Bettor l Fire Praieciion.- j Iwshal Instructed to Round Up Truant School Boys nnd Compel Them to Attend School. TRIBUNE BUREAU, : P.irk City. Jan. 21. ,i a mooiius of the City Coun Lizl night :i communl lon front P. II. Xccly, County Clerk, lccrn'np tho for caring for .Al Mc 11. wl'o Is destitute, was read. Mr. civ 'nformo'J tho Council that the Jiity Commissioners hail allowed only If .he- biH presented, or r3.C0. The Re ikr v.i3 Instructed .to return the let uit'i a demand for the payment of bill in full. j ily Attorney U B. Wight presented a nn:u:McitIon from the county refusing :iOTr a bill contracted by the county lny the recent smallpox epidemic. ir,g to alleged errors in sajd bill. Coun v.cn Rasband and Wight, were ap-yuju,i!l-(l lo attend the next meeting of Sfhr- commissioners and adjust the mat- JnJ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 January 1904

r ' H' 4 , ' THE SAITIjAE TKIBUNE: FRIDAY MOBNXBTG, JAJARY 22, 1904. I I Ieouctl Every Morning by I ; alt Lako Tribune Publishing Company. r 1 PERRY S. HEATH, , Publisher nntl General Manager. 1 1 ntered at tho Po3toiflcovof Sail Lake i , i y as cecond-clasa matter li I TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. j .lyand Sunday Tribune, oni; vreelt.S i jj lly and Sunday, ono month. 1.00 i lly and Sunday, two months 2.00 I I lly and Sundny, three months .... 3.00 I lly nnd Sundny. ono year 32.00 ! lilny Tribune, ono year 2.00 I idny Trlbun flx nicntlis l.W j nl-WVekly Tribune, one year 1.50 I "I II remittance? and business letters mid bo addressed to I RIBUN'K PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City. Utah. . I C, Beckwilh, Special Agency, Solo . tern Advertising Agent. Eastern of-HI--17lS-ID Tribune Budding, New wk Western office, 510-512 Tribune Idlpg. Chicago. ishington Bureau 1417 G Street. & j Tribune Telephone Numbers. slness Office , 3&0 . I v Editor Rings I ' ws and NlBiit Editor Kl-2 Rings Fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 January 1904

ITEL WRECKED BY GAS lates Awakened Frem Sleep to Face Death. 3 BEAD, MANY INJURED I Blawn-Out and Tap Floor Collapsed, rietor and His Wife Among the ctims, Their Bodies Bein In cineratedList of Injured. Marlon, InJ.. Jan. 21. Three pcrsonu' ice burned to dentil, two fatally and Sfbndly Injured In a ens explosion that k tecked the Scltz hotel here early to- Wfnk ifia.il: Charles Bcltel. proprietor of I ejsholel, nnd wlfo; James Devlin, pro I letor n the cafe. EJ ritallj- Injured. Edward Gasklll and Ij jjjL llobls, oil well contractors. lerlously Injured: Thomna Twlpp, Ran liBiddle, John DIcherty. John Schott, is Carrie Tllnsr. Orvillc Bcltcl. Harry Ntol. TVllli.im Bant, Frank Gasklll' and l5 Penii Cnsklll. The seriously Injured were kuosIf - of fI hotel. Til hptel was situated three Jes from the center of tho city. Kat iV safc Is said to harp escaped from a. pc-Hno that panned near the building, Sjbnsoment being: filled, and when the ms on tho first Moor began to 1111 with sas It was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 January 1904

i 5 THE SALT TiATTW TRIBTOTB? FRIDAY MOKNTNTG, JA5TUART 22, 1004. ,1 I: iTHREE MILES OF ORE f 1 Extraordinary Disclosures in t tha Balaklala. l. 1 1 FIELD MANAGER IN T0WN 1 1' f; Western Exploration Co.'s Big Acquisition. y 1 Wailing on. Furnaces to Begin Reim bursement of Those Who Have ' Developed the Group. O ' It has now been conclusively demon strated that ore bodies upon which the .Western Exploration company of this Slty Is founding another great copper, jold and silver-bearing proposition in ,ho Balaklala group, Shasta county, b i California, are continuous for at least y hrce miles, said Grant Snyder, field I Manager for the big corporation, on Ills arrival from the west yesterday, md furnaces only are now required to blaco It" among the most productive In I he country. Recent developments on he enormous ledge, which reveals a I Vldth of over 500 feet on the surface, 1 iiavc all emphasized this, while a dls- Iosurc In hitherto unexplored ground IL vhlle assessment work was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 January 1904

The Salt Lake Trdhni: thiday MoiomzG, Jazhjaky 22. 1904. 7 if S TAKE TO COVER II I profit Taking Marked Ifty in Wall Street, if J t WERE DEMORALIZED it ?ros F,nd T'ioir ay 41 1 to the Exchange i; 'M i (Was Active Throughout the V and Transactions Aggregated M fife V. rer Seven Million Dollai-s. II Jg Fork, Jan, 21. Tho Influences $4 Jiave been gathering forco for 11 ma In tho stock market caused j&urst of activity and strength to--5 Ich carried the wholo market to 1 level and routed a largo and .' short Interest Tho rush to If tho shorts was an Important tjfcj'n carrying some of the most QHocks upward, and the speculators ro long of these stocks wcro able $ftKtnc,rt nronts nt 11)0 0XI)ensc of vflprlsh brethren. The movement v .Sout any Important news devci ftjl Jbeyond those that have been S lacusslon for several days. Thero 1 tendency toward crystallization of ct that war between Russia and sjllkcly to averted for tho pres llc foreign markets continue to $1 hesitation and Inact...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 January 1904

S 'J-'-HB SALT liAKE TRIBUNES T-RIDAY MomsJCS"G,' 22, 1904-. I I MORGAN GIVES DETAILS Explains Panama Annexa tion Schema in Senate. POLICY ,0F THE PRESIDENT Piatt Befends President in. the Panama Matter. House Di3cusscs Army and Navy Appropriation Bill in Commit tee of the Whole. "Washington, Jan. 21. Senator PI alt of Connecticut concluded his speech on Pannnm today. He defended the course of the President throughout the Pana ma revolt, and eulogized the Executive personally as brave and fearless. During the morning Mr. Morgan spoke In explanation of his bill for the annexation of Panama to the United StatOF. basing his argument on the I ground that the pending canal treaty contemplated that result. . Mr. Morgan spoke of the difficulties which the country has encountered In Panama, saying that they arc not of the country's seeking, but were due to th precipitancy of the President of the United States. It was, however. Im possible to undo what had been done, ind he contended that fu...

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