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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 January 1904

sir- M THE FATS? LiAKB TRIBUTE: FRIDAY MOKJSTJsG, JAjSTUABYT 22, 1904. 9 fTGHTING smoot I cal Meeting in the City m Brotherly Lve. !!: jlSCHROHDER 0N DECK ? Wirmon MissUnarlas Try. to Be Heard. 1 Resolutions Adopted Express le Wishes of Those Present s to Unseating Smoot. Wont Joseph Swain ol Swarthmore kjf presided over an anti-Snoot g in Horticultural linll, Philndcl on Sunday, u meeting which fur ijk good indication of the temper of Mntcrn people in the matter of un- jfscnator Smoot JJjjSchrocder, a lawyer, now of Now ul formerly of Salt Lake, nnd a Jfljfot Mori? on practices for many frevas one of the principal speakers, ftS Sarah Elliott was another. TPfREADY TO DEBATE, tijmormon missionaries Invaded th lg and almost caused a riot They Brcmarks several times during the ifcffcs. and ofter the spcakern were h trled to get on the platform and '.Fto tho accusations of the Gentiles, ini'e latter would not stand for and fiThc janitor to put them out, but he mF: This angered tho antis...

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. — 22 January 1904

Hi 10 , Trm salt Lake Tribune: fpxday Morotistg, X aotjaii y 22, 1904. j of yunS 2irfs at this Period of ,ife' or the girl her5eIf are earnestly invited to write Hi 1 WMW JifA ""iM way thousands of yun women; and her advice is freely and cheerfully given. g , MwlX F j Mm& School days are danger days for American girls. Often physical collapse follows, and it takes years to recover ji J Si illiSs 'WmMW If ilTOflf JWr the lost vitality. Sometimes it is never recovered. Perhaps they are not over-careful about keeping their feet M i , -sj kW&f dr)'I through carelessness in this' respect the monthly sickness is usually rendered very severe. Then begin ail- SJ I WmflW fiWFW wf'WWIP mcnts whic" should be removed at once, or they will produce constant suffering. Headache, faintness, slight Iff! f 1 mMh 'i hllMCeC lfef4w vertigo, pains in the back and loins, irregularity, loss of sleep and appetite, a tendency to avoid the society of others, 1$ t 'j , Wm PJW "t'W are symptoms all ind...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 January 1904

I H I VILB SALT XtAKE TlHBUjSnE: FRIDAY MOEOTSTG-, J ACTUARY 22, 1904, ix ' jH 1 1 HEIRESS IN T0ILS. :le of Young Woman Causes Her m jArrest in Order That He May I Have a Talk With Her. oblle, Ala., Jan. 21. Ethel Rovcllc, vyouns- woman from Meridian, said ie heiress to several million dollars in of property left by an uncle, has n arrested on the charge o being a jperous and suspicious character, tie complafnant was Detectlvo R. H. i"d of Meridian, Miss., who said that 'came here at the instance of the i nan's uncle, J. M. Huskey of Me an, who desired to meet and con Uhe woman as to her future. He i'that the reported kidnaping of the fat Meridian was a hoax. ATicket Broker Under Cloud, blcago, Jan. 21. A prosperous let broker in a fashionable hotel by and a general receiver of stolen pertv by night, is the character glv Jby the police to Charles F. Stout, 3. has for some time conducted a cet broker's olllce in the Kalserhof el. tout was arrested on the information H) burglar, who d...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 January 1904

BF 1 12 THE &ALT JLAKE XRIBTJfE: If KXDAY MOKNEN'G-, JANUARY 22, 1904. ....... 1 I CITY AMD NEIGHBORHOOD, i I 1 U mcotL'vr of the Stale Board oC Edu Uon will bo In-Ill In the office of St:ito V upcrlntendpt Nelson on Snturday, 1 I munry 30th. I a H I lAnother good teacher cm find a position Mill Sunorlnti dent Brown oC Utah untv, who is Inokln?M'or a mule pedn j0iio for FnlriVMd at a salary of $7." per I ' '-nth, I I Mips Maud Miy Buboick. Inwtnidlor of1 ! I ncnlton at the University or Utah. Is i .siting In the Enrt. Sh Is nt tin? present I ime ivplslcrcd at the Touralno hotel In 1 ' Odton, Maes, i i I ' Monotheism" Is the subject of a ljc iro to be delivomi by Rabbi Reynolds .ils evening at S o'clock at tho .fowlsli i n ifTOffiic. It Ik tho I'cgulnr Friday night f rne, to which the public Is cordially lMtcd. lion. George M. Cannon will talk on I hool affairs at the Thirtieth district hool. Mill Creek, this evening at S , rloek. This will be Uv hx:cond In a se es of lectures, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 January 1904

&T"S lfsr SV l jC i ? H4 f''' Pf4 1 ioitt forget to put j HUTGYOIT HAD BETTER M fg jf id SS All 1 i W All IJ& ix I 1 I I I 11 1 I 11 1 YOUR CLASSIFIED AD IN i ifl fj RY AN AD IN THE 8L jp H IT V 7V J 9 I ' (I Jffl MlB M Vm- 1 ? TOMORROW'S ISSUE. S Jl J Vr- V..J,! WEATHER TODAY Probably cloudy, with, local snow. - j i H yoij. XXVI. No. 282-32 Pages. Salt Xaice City, UtahSatubtax Mokstsstg, Jantjarx 23. 1904, Five Cents. 1 -H s! 1 . . .. 1 IEATH AND DESOLATION FOLLOW WIND AND FLOOD jfllfloosa, AH , Jan. 22. A dlsas- iornado swept over Moundsvllle, ttown or COO inhabitants. fifteen South of Tuscaloosa, early today, sa result thirty-seven persons llled and more than 100 'injured, y, business house with the excep ti.i small store, was completely h. tornado struck the city from the est, and mowed a, path a quarter lie wide through the town. ' 'HLTU PERSONS KILLED, lymour of Nashville, Tenn., who !uthe position as operator at the r station last evening. 'A Warren of Birmingham, em-...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 January 1904

THE SAXiT IjAKE TKn3TOO? fcJATUBDAV MomSGCSTG-, D'AJSTOAJTZ 23, 1904. A Hi, r , , , . L vBv I. VICTORY FOB MOSES , ' Supreme Court Decides in Favor of Creechley. j, (. WILL GET A NEW TRIAL ! ' Opinion Based on tho Former ! ' Acquittal, 1 Interesting Point Brought Out in the . Declsloii-rJudgo . McCarty , j Dissents. ' k-' 1 The plea of "nutrefols acriult" Is" oarncdly discussed In an opinion of ) the Stntc Supreme court handed (dovn yesterday In the case of the State vs. i Moses Creechley, appellant The de- fondant was charged with the crime of perjury alleged to have been comnilt- , ted while testifying- In a criminal nc- f tion prosecuted against him In the r Second District court In Morgan coun- i ly. The defendant entered plea of "not guilty" and of "former acquittal" ' lo the Information. At the trial the Jury returned a. verdict of "guilty as I charged In the Information," but made 1 no finding upon the other plea of "autrefois acquit." i 1 A motion for a new trial was ovcr- L...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 January 1904

sE The Salt Lake Trxbtje: Saturday Mohotntg, Jawjary 23, 1904. - - -3 I!iZE IN MINE OFFICE ik Work by, Firemen Pre vints Costly Fire. E CAGE AWAY ; City Voluntier Firemin Hold Mooting. 1 Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Hedges Dies 'After Brief Illness Local Notes. TRIBUNE BUREAU. Park City, Jan. 22. ru started In the office or the Amori FJag company last evening, which, or the timely efTorts of tho Are de ient, would havo laid the hoisting i In ashes. Tho flames v.cro first from tho hoisting: works. The hose it piece was connected, and the men had tho firo under control. It Is lit the blazo started from a stove, laxnagc wna confined to the fixtures a office, which were destroyed. The ng was badly scorched. JM, Firemen's Meeting. he volunteer fire corps of Park City Ijlast night for the first time under the fcf administration. Sixty-one .members fc present, besides quite a number of rested citizens. Ire Chief Wlllard Blrcunshaw was tied chairman and C. R. Wado secro- iwas decided to i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 January 1904

B 4 THE BAJjT IjAKE THTBUNE: satubdat Moehbtg, Jantjaky 23, 1904. : . i -ZlOBMii. I Issued Every Slornlng by 1 , , Salt Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company. ; ' I PERRY S. HEATH, ' , Publisher nnd GenornI Manager. ; 1 1 Entered .it tho Postofflce of Bait La.K i 4 City as second-cln33 matter 1 j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ; I Dailv and Sunday Trlbuno, ono week. .15 Dally and Sunday, one month J.W I Dally and Sunday, two months 2.W 1 Dally and Sunday, three montho.... 3.00 ' 1 Dally and Sunday, ono year 12.00 f Sunday Tribune, one year Sundav Tr.lbuno, six months l.w . 1 Seml-Wcokly Trlbuno. ono year .... 1.-0 I All remittances and buslneas letters ' j 1 should bo addressed to j TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, i Salt Lako City. Utah. S. C. Bcckwlth, Special Arroncy, Solo , Eastern Advertising Afrent. Eastern of ( flco. HS-M-5-7-- Trlbuno Eulldlnp, Now V York. "Wcptcrn ofllco, 610-512 Trlbuno Building, Chlcaeo ! Washington Bureau 1417 Q Street. s Tribune Telephone Numbers. i Btislnets Offlco 35 Ci...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 January 1904

, I The salt Hake TMBTOns: Saturday LoirKnsGr3 Jaxuary 23, 1904. 5 "HDDED OB SINGLE? Sjjji Law Marriage Point to Be Tested. w! HO AND UTAH INVOLVED T,A nan Wants Dlvjrce and Half the Property. fcJ' E. Osborn Claims to Have Mar---ed Robert A. Osbom in North Drwf Dakota in 1886. li Ic District court of Fremont county, HbAE'''(v!11 soon bo called upon to pass UArac legality of a common law mar Wfe involving a business man at St. J5ony, very well known In Sail Lake, 'BteMa woman who is now making this lher home. ;e matter comes up Sn a suit for dl &iWt brought by Rose E. Osborn 'gjUpist Robert A. Osborn. The plaln ISppiot only demands the severance of Iss3 paonds o common law marriage but tJ'Sthe court to award her one-half of Bufchusband's property, which is said jMttvaluablo. iBajic Luinjiiuuii, -which .nas Deen urawn VUln this city by Mrs. Osborn's attor j'Arthur Chrlstenacn; alleges that in SljBruary, 1SSC, at the city of Mlnot, X. jfXt'he plaintiff and defendant were - VHfrled ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 January 1904

HT ' 6 The Salt Lake Tpibiiioij Saturday Moigstgs'G, Jahcjart 23, 1904. I 1 ; FIVE THOUSAND TONS ; Remarkable Showing of Sac j( ramento Quicksilver. j AVERAGES OVER 7 PER CENT A Forluno In tho Mercurial 1 Ores. An , Adult Retort to Be Installed at i Early Day Operations nt tho ! I Old Gold Mill. 1 Within the properties of the Sacra mento Mining company of Mercur a J transformation is now going on that at j its completion promises to advance them j to a position among the most prominent ' producers of quicksilver in the world. : J Indeed, its p'estlge as a gold1 producer J.' J promises to be completely overcome by J Its prestige as a producer of mercury, .Its dividends from gold, of which it has 1 distributed ' 51SS.00O to be, in future, It overwhelmed oy mose rrom quicKsuver. 'den R. Bothwell, manager of the com pany, who, with Treasurer McCon- naughy, came in from the mines on j Thursday night, said yesterday that tho i liberality with which the channel con Ualning tho mercurial or...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 January 1904

jl The Salt Lake Tbtstose: Saturday Mokeing Jajstuary 215, 1904:. 7 jKTREET PUZZLED i Daring, but Un n Leader Bobs Up. I Ions are heavy ploon Thought to Bo a l-Ctttin Kln. R'Blocks of Shares Hurled On) Portion of the Mar ket to Another. k, Jan. 22. Another day of ac ariod trading in stocks marked jag of the speculative campaign In' tho laat few days. The man jlch tho enormous blocks of iiousands of shares were hurled iortlon of tho aiarket to another ;Tent evidence that the leader- 10 market was In daring and Aands. KTonly news from a stock mar Koint was made up of surmises personality of tho nowly active flparty and the identity of their .whether on the buying or the t Somo of the selling- was open jthc Interest of tho principals in ship, while their brokers were at other points with ostenta 'Sclferation Tho usual dlfflcul ng skillfully conducted spccula- ions was therefore felt on the o anxious boardroom traders, it to follow the movements of operators, ular supposition was that t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 January 1904

I S The Baut IjAKE Tribune; Saturday MoKfnGsTG, January 23, 1904. I I . J BENEFIT A BIG SUCCESS 1 I ' Athletes Do Well for Widows I , and Orphans, i 1 j PRICEEIS ARE ABOUT $1500 j . i j ' Clevor Itxing, Wrestling and i j Atlethlc Feats. 1 Great Crowd Pills the Theater and Cheers Local Favorites Some of ; v the Principal Features. I f( Tlio liencllt entertainment nt Ihc Salt ; I J.ako Theater lout night was a complclo I success, and If there waa any one who wrnt away dissatisfied lie In one of those individuals looking for a desd to tho world for nothing. It wns nlso a success llnan- tally, and tho widows and faaiilles of the I mo murdered carmen, Amaia Gleason i ' nnd Thomas Brighton, will receive about h ?1M0 from the entertainment. Every scat jt !n Uio houoe from the parouctte lo tlic I ovorJlo-n-InpT pallory wns tnken, and hun- I i'td3 more occupied chairs on tho stnjrc. Thero were many women in the boxes nd a fair sprinkling of ladles' hats I throughout tho lower circles. 'CROWD...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 January 1904

S - . . THE BAIflTXiAKB IIUBTOE!; SATURDAY MOENIKe, JANUARY 23, 1904. : 9 H IILKTRUSTTHELATEST licago Combine Gets Con trol of Entire Supply. BACKED BY $4,000,000 ghl AdvancD in Prico Will Be Made. t. duct of All the Dairies and Farm :rs Within Seventy-Five Miles ' of the City Secured, ilcago. Jan. 22. Under tlie name of e Chicago Dairy company," Chlcngo tallsts arc formlnp a corporation de ed to control -the milk supply of CM 1. Organized under tho laws of the e, tf Maine, tho company has an au Ized capital of $4,000.(0 Within a fow (3 according to A. F. Hatch, attorney one of the promoters, the conpany proceed to close tho optlons'lt now s on the business of milk nrma In 5hlcago. Ifi 3Pn5 option Is held on the stock of the j glchmond-Smllh company, which holds J5, :bntracts for milk supplied by 2530 far- mcrs within a radius of seventy-live mllca jTf. Chicago. 'l"hc contract runs from three ij' live years, and aRgreeatcs 10,110 cans rj?j day. Options havo also been secured SDl rer...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 January 1904

HP I I'M' H 'J-tecb ailt Ijake xhibtinIj: Saturday MoRSncsTG, January 23, 1904. ra ''ANAMA IN THE SENATE 1 1 loiliver Resolution Adopted !) After Debate. ! l COPE OF THE INQUIRY 1 1 lllman Wants to Know About I Constructive Recesses. , I Louse Puts In Day Passing1 Pension I Bills; 200 Measures for Holicf ! ! of Vets Go Through, i Washington, Jan. 22. The Senate to dy adopted the resolution of Inquiry mcernlng affairs In Panama lntro jeed on January 5th by Mr, Gorman, 1 id listened to a speech on the Panama I jj jestion by Mr. Dolllver and another i the subject of recess appointments. W- U The Gorman resolution reads: I p V.esolvcd. That the President be re- I JC3ted, If not In his judgment Incompatl- I c with public Interest, to Inform tho U i I natc: I FIrsrt The dat" when and the clrcum- H f ajicca under which the United States II J : the; first time and each succeeding timet I iuscd a military force in tho Internal H fairs ot New Granada or Colombia, un- H T the treaty of 1S4G; w...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 January 1904

1 M the Salt IuAKe Tmbhise: Saturday Moitnxg, JAsrUA!RX 23, 196i. 11 IHEN TRIAL DRAGS neys Squabble Over Ad ssien of Testimony. ' nglon, JAn. 22. In a postal trial jvcral witnesses were led through a line of juesliomn? ny the As Dlstrlft Attorney, most of which, cxplnlncd. wns for the purpose Ing a personal Intercut on tho Machen regarding the Introduc iho Groff fasteners. Tho Gov nnnouncrd that It was noaring pletlon of ita case. :ounscl for tho defense briefly had on the statement made at the yesterday's sessfon by Mr. Con t Machen on a salary of 53500 a 1 managed to make 520.000 a year,' rad secured permission to wlth s remark, saying that hi would ict the defendants on any state U fell unguardedly from his lips, luted trnni;crfpt cf Machen's ac Ith tho Union National bank oc later Md. then was admitted, on ess understmdlng that only fiich were shown lo relate to Machen rar factions between him and the fendnnts should be considered : -Pfftcharil discharged the rule' rstcrday ngal...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 January 1904

12 THE SALT XjAJCB TEIBITNE: SATUHDAY MOKyCTG, JAOTABY 23, 1901-. s I 1 ; CITY AND HEI6HB8RH80B. ' The regular preaching scrvlco ,at the 1 IHff M. E church will be dispensed with jr i omorrow ami a musical programme sub i ultutcd In Its place, i . . I ( I Allen T. Dorsey. wlio l'tf now traveling ,, ror the Surburg Tobacco company in the . Western States, has just returned from i ho East and will remain in SalL Lake j'J wo weeks before starting out over his ' crrltory. 1 1 . I An oltl-tlmc resident of Sandy, William uurdi-a.stle, died at that place, yesterday iftcrnooii ut the advanced ago of ', " iffars. Eight children, all grown, survive I Ir Uar.lcnstlc. Funeral services over it Ik remains wilt be held at Sandy td 1 i norrow. I The big extension 'ladder at the Fire i J , leparlment wns taken out yesterday und I I Jut through Its performances for the cn rrtainment of Chief Webb, this visiting I I licman from Australia, Mr, Webb was i aken around the city by Chief Devlne, und paid a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

bw - - - WEATHER TODAY Fair. 283-32 Pages. Salt Lakts City, Utah, Sunday Moknxn'&, Jaextaky 24. 3904, Five Cents. I El. NATIONS ' 00S I - . - '- REPLY I IE OB WAR m HE MAY BE CAST TODAY Russia Concede Japan's mand, tho Question. ? I' i KING UP ITS ARMY j 1 iStf Peace While Prapar- ling for Conflict. if 'l' jrKegarding Situation in the Hast Crowding Each Other Thick and. Fast. 5 1 ifi-lhur, Jan. 23. High omclals jjthcy believe war or peace will ;' lied upon today or tomorrow. ) falcon ference of the heads o all Jrtraents of the Manchurlan ad atlon orders were Issued that a every available army and navy Jfnan in Manchuria be drawn up I ks a list of those indispensable (civil administration, which It is ble.to send to the front. It is Jthat the reserves total 80,000 mlk of the Port Arthur fleet is 5-Just outside the mouth of the jjfxaval and military stores in (quantities are being bought on ifltlbn of immediate delivery. Jmlralty authorities, answering sj on the part of ahlp owner...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

1 K 3 THE SAIiT LAKE TELSUNE: BTJjSTDAY aiOKSHSTG, jAaTCTARY 24-. 1904. JjLf I! 'BURTON UNDER THE BAN 1 :St. Louis Grand Jury Indicts Kansas Senator. " -NINE CHARGES IN BILL Accused of Accepting $2500; as a Bribe. Accusation Grows Out of tho Investi gation Into .tho Methods of Get-Rich-Quick Concerns. .St. Louis, Jan, ,23. Tlic Federal j grand Jury today returned an Indlfct ment against Joseph Ro,lph Burton, United States -Senator ' from Kansan. 'chargrlnir him on nine counts with ac 4 coptlnt,' Ave checks of "?500" each from the Rialto Grain and Securities com pany while a United States Senator, for his alleged services in Interceding with the Postmaster-General, chief postofflce inspector and other high postotllce offl ' dais to induce them to render a favor J able decision, in matters affecting the permission of the Rialto company to " use the malls. ' MaJ. Hugh C. Dennis, president of the company, and W. B Mehaney. asso ciated with him, arc named In the ln- dlctment as the men w...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

. Sf XEEE 8 ALT XiAKE TBXBOTTE: SUNDAY MOEITOG-, JASTUAHY 24:, 1904. a H 2Sl? . . SVE TEACHERS n Will Give Royal Wel lcome to Visitors. iS'S TRIAL DRAGGING ! itn Route East Relieved ' tf $70 on Train. - County Sugar Growers Meet i Adopt Old Scale Pulpit Themes for Today. .TRIBUNE BUREAU. 200 Eccles Eulldlng. Ogden, Jan. 23. . geaients have been complotcd to In tbo educators who are scheduled Ogdcn canyon and report upon tho ti o a summer school. Tho follow unlttoca have been named: tlon I. "W. Shurtlll'f, president y board: William Allison, Suporln Clty Schools; Thomas D. Dee, in Board of Education; Ercd iret, City Councilman, portatlou Judge Henry H. Ro lon. "William Glaamanu, Mayor, oaeph Stanford, County Coraniis DavJd t). McKay, principal ncad--. Rollo Emmett. City Councilman, es Hon. William G. Wilson. Coun tmlesloner. Robert S. Campbell, avid McKay, State Sonator; Lion, s'elson, Mayor of Huntsvllle. itertalnmont Judro Henry H. Ro i"fichalrman. Angus T. Wright. I. L. V Charles ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

B ; 4 Tub Salt Hake Tbibukb. Sunday Morotstg. January 24c, 1904. 1 , DITCHES NOT PRIVATE 1 ! Rfian Can Run Water Through ') Anether Man's Property. I j ' VERY IGSPQRTANT DECISION ! Lower Court Uphold by the Mi' Supremo Court. I I ' Importanco of Irrigation and tho 1 j j Peculiarities of "Water Laws I j Pointed Out 1j An opinion handed down In the Su , premc court yesterday In the case of , E, J. Nast vs. Lee Clark ct nl., appcl ( lants, afllrmB tho decision of the trial cpurt. The action Is one wherein the plaintiff sought to condemn a rlght-of-iay In a ditch owned by the defend i ants. The complaint alleGed that the ' plaintiff was the owner of eighty acrea J of land situated In Utah county, which I land without Irrigation la arid, barren j and unproductive, but with Irrigation i -would produce in abundance; that the , defendants own a tract of land north of I the plaintiffs and that they bring water I in a ditch from Fort Canyon creek to their prcmiccs. The plaintiff claimed to ow...

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