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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

;5t h H E THE &ftXT JLAIGS TT?XBUNE: RUXDAX MOlSTEsG, JA3TTJARY 2-i, 1904. 25 11 -------- i li 11 5r a slt with lier parents, ilr. gj. A. J. Ljndcrgaard. - a I" 0.' 17. Jdork came up from Ephralm levelling and preached at the M. rtknleht is here visiting friends. ' Sizzle Hancock Is hero visiting- rcl- vMnrle Lvwlergnnrd came down 4 from Snit Lake, to visit her folks hours. I t cs McCJougan, president, nnd W. "4 oil ward, manager of the Mount trOII company, were in Salt Lake sck on business for the company. J ftgnes JorgeiiFen Is home, after K Iwceks spont in Richlleld. J I o . j iyDolson wont to Salt Lake Mon i rattend a business meeting. I Seely wint to 1'rlce Jlonday. I o i n twentieth Century club members il social to their husbands and a 1 lend? Thursday evening, at the ifch elubrooms. Those present rWMcssrs. and ilesdames J. AW ?rA. Johnsc n, R. L. Madsen, A. C. . Vj. F, Jensen, Jdesdamcs Carrie. .fn. France Jensen. W. K. Brown, I Myinta'S. George Mndscn. James ' Larson, 1...

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. — 24 January 1904

!! 1 H i' ' EBB ISAIiTliAKE TRrsHNB? SUNDAY MOROTNTG-, 'JVKUAJIY 24, 1904. y - ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK. I , v( It Lake Theater Paul Gllmorc In ! , i;l Plummy and the Humming Bird," Z : ; i.'i.iy and Saturday nights and Sutur-i I , i,.v afternoon. ?rand Theater "Hello Bill" benefit a ilurdaj afternoon and night. 1 ' o " I The rather unique title oC the com- i s i -X, "The Mummy and the Humming ':(!," In which Paul Gllmore will be , .tf-fn at the Salt Lake Theater on Prl- i i" Saturday next and Saturday ' f marine?, has attracted much comment I ' i m) aroused considerable curiosity. The 1 peculiar title Is derived from the sou r 1 i briquets given to two of the prominent I characters of the play. Lord "Jack' I , - Lumley, a popular, honorable, young I , gentleman, Is married to a young, hand ' '" some and vivacious wife. Unwittingly, i j ' l.e neglects her much of the time to carry out a series of scientific experl- ( inents, leaving her to her own amuse--i-ment. On account of his devot...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

lie THE B&UEIjABB XRIBUISTE: LTXDAY MORXITG, JAXUART 2-Jb, 1904. 27 Iff -Tiere Harmony Is Law. j fThe Magic Flute v.tfe oC one or tin- .nt onthurlas Inn opfn-gcirs hi New York said jplcnl chronicler on Monday. it'M thr opera tonlsltt?" Magic Flute,' " was the necessary voman hurst into n. lit of Inughtcr ion she could control herself eald: what" , , chronicler of operatic s-mnll bepr with lwcomlnsr gravity. "Ii Flnuto vex heard of such a thins'." ox I Ms Questioner "Who wrote It? wt.' answered th scribbler. "Did ;r hear of him?" ics; there was a longr-balrcxl tiddler steamer with us two yearri-tico, and ava called him Mozart." the ob.m rvcr of musical culture In dtlat" walk' d away whistling "Gil Hnferno " I 8 Music "Notes. I Vera Felt, who will bo the soloist !J '(Hold's band tonight, will tng "Sing. 1 Suid Slumber," by Gounod. ?! A. IX Melvin is arrnnglDg to glvo I otch baJlnd recital early in February. I " I ft Vr. Mont Ferry will slnsr "Our ttc- htT." by Dudley Buck, at the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

ift' I , I B , . . , 1 II 11 1 JWashJnglon, Jan 23 Members of the j 1 lmocralic party about the Capitol Mho are avoiding efforts to commit emselves or their delegations to any j ' i rmlldate Irrevocably, have evolved a .in to secure the nomination of the ( post available man when the conven- i -'in meets. Ii is not proposed that the x ' 'legates shall go to St. I-ouls without candidate 10 support, but that they ( I Jould not bei tied up so that they I I nnoL break away when the proper I ' ne comes. To carry out the Idea, the p fin is to have New England go to the T t nvention supporting Olney, New York i I iv McClcllan, Illinois for Williams, , issouri for Cockrcll. Pennsylvania for 1 1 Uterson, Ohio for a favorite son, if '.e party can get together, and the bai lee of. the country divided among I s.irker, Gorman and Hearst. After , 'any fruitless ballots, the very dark J tnse is to be brought forward, and i 'seep the convention In a cyclone of BT. . j-itliusinsm. It is quite a pret...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

Y i Q CASANT OVE-STORY. il Iprospero' a Novel. By Henry 'A ttPubllshocl by McClurc, Phll I SNew York. br of this very pleasant story i uterary repute by "The Cnrdl Sb'ox," the scene of which story W Italy. He must he fond of fend know It well, for this story tno country for Its background, ory of a bright young girl who Italy to avoid a marriage with ton noble to whom she was tore she meets a well-bred, well y young Englishman. But they vqulte unconventlonul way, ncl fhg the name of the other. The funtcrs between them, th rip gfuc, with Us subtle suggestions !frcnccs and quotations;, mak6 ifeadlng. The attoehment bo rn grows, but the young man, or, discover that the girl Is h"c holds oft from mnklng his i"g but when this aloofness Is Sposslblc, the avowal Is made, cts as a condition that she must J ricr money on herself or on .him . wedding, lie hasn't enough to much, but a good-natured and ild lady, who Is warmly inter c young man, comes to the res Ho difficulties are all smoothed ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

30 The Sam Lake TRiBUnsi Sunday Mokivdtg. Jattjary 24, 1904. J llJ-U.lXJ.i.lllXlXlJ.i.1 i.JL.UlXl. 4-t-i.-A-i-i..t--i--A-U-4-4- 4 i I t-44-4-A-a-a-Xg.-J-. 1 l i x i i i i l i i l i. . i i i ... i . i , i 1 i i i i 1 1 1 i i i i i . i i .... . . i i i i i i i i 1 i i i i i i i i i i. a. J- -L jLJ.r i.JLXXi..LXJL.l.X.LJ.i i 1 . .... I The Young Men's Christian associa tion Is the renllon of our generous eltl zens and now with the proposed build ing rapidly under way. It approaches the lime when it will be a much more competent servant In its large and lm loitant Held ot' usefulness The building at the corner .of State and First South streets Is a 'model In usefulness, as shown by thc accompany li g cuts. Much favorable criticism has b "n received from experienced workers lii tho V. M. C. A. on the arrangement and provision. Wise economy prevails Iii'the expendi ture of all the funds, which Is at (he or der of the board of directors, and by check counteittlgned by a director desig nate...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

3m. w H The Sait Lake TkibtosE: Sunday Mokntis-g, J.ajstu.ajry 24, 1904. 31 H fe " - Found Guilty- In (Continued from page 21.) t?!' Plrle admitted In reply to fell's suggestion that they establish Kselves in the French capital, "but n"'t our kind o' dough. I been rub E' round pretty strong since I been pfils side, an' I'm next to how the ley market stands over here. You Bmber that fellow from Vienna t fcfrowed a. hundred from in Rome. Ih'ow lie kept tellin' me to be sure prelum It by the time I said I Ifd? Well, he shows up the whole Itiess. He was a nice enough bloke, Iliad the rocks an all that, but he 7 the kind o' bloke that lets you Bne live an' take trips abroad. When figures up his accounts at the end 1Mb" year, everything must balance 1 Jfc.have a wliole string o' Items jiuj' Ki 'man ain't made o' wood,' but Rfnowf? where lh6m contrlbutjons';' See? Well, it's the same alL . ffi Europe: they all got to know 'fere and bow their dough went, who mit,' and what they got for it. ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

yi5 XTHE SiLLTXiAKE XEBLBUHE: ttUNJDAr MOICTGSTG, JAjS'UARY 24, 19CH, 1 I Parle City, Jan. 20. What arc the re quirements of a. i)olicc olllcer in Suit iLake? Whnl Is the required height, i eight, age, etc? J. I. C. Appointees to a. position on the police force must be not less than 2o years and not more Lhan -10 yenrs old, while the minimum weight is IfiO pounds. They must b of sood moral character other qualifications to be judged by the appointing power, k li Levnn. Jan. 21. Please state in what formation feld-spar is found and give si description of it: id est. the kind radium is connected with. (2.) "Was it a. suc cessful operation, the grafting of the $3000 ear? Principally In plutonic and volcanic rocks. "We have not heard that radium is in any way connected with It. (2,) It was so reported. Forney, Ida., Jan. 10. In order to de cide an argument, will you give the geo metrical name to the Incloned piece of paper, rupposlug the parallel sides to le equal. B. IS. R. It is a par...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 January 1904

C WEATHER TODAY Fair. IpVoii. XT, VI. No. 284-10 Pag-es. Salt Lake City, Utah, Monday Moknxntg, Jajary 25. 1904, Five Cents. H IRlPTIlP HI ACT is sweeping over ii y reports from the VFUY WAR! IIF I mA 1 ILi PLAu I SEVERAL states far east look Y LII W AILlllL I M Wave Sweeps MiddleEastern States, I Causing Death and Snffering3FIoods I Ravaging in the South, jfoptrolt, Mich.. Jan. 21. George Dupwnlt. a carrlrag painter, aged fcwas found frozen to death in a fticd. f-r -r- -i- dcago, Jan. 24. Extreme coldj ther is recorded in various sections he' North and West' today. The cold extends over a wide area, em ptig the upper Mississippi and Mis IVvalleys and the western lake re ilk Particularly severe weather is re ted In the Dakotas, eastern Mon northeastern Nebraska, north tern Iowa, northern Illinois and In va and portions of Wisconsin and Kigali. tic thermometer today in this city Btered 11 degrees below zero. There uttering among the poor people and iy of the homeless applied at the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 January 1904

2 THE SALT JLAKE MONDAY MOICSTEST J -A jNTJiVRY" 25, 1904:. I l H mil , ,, , in. i. lie i. mi -in-!' ni.m.Juumf' M "" I j B I -THAT STONEY STARE "Gould and Cassatt Pass Each Other Up. TAKE TRIP THR0U6H SUBWAY Are Guests of August Belmont en Inspoction, Both Wore Heavy Furs, and tho Air Wns Frigid in Several Ways. August T?clmont gave a subway party osterdny and hud as guests some gen tlemen who don't speak as thoy pass c ich other by. When Airs. Stuyvesant l-"Ish and Mrs. Astor Invito women to ntuslcnlcs at which they may meet their former husbands with new wives the thing Is managed neatly, a sort of neu tral zone being drawn In the rooms, which by common consent Is not invaded during the night by the offending per sons. That Is tho reason thcro arc so many groups as many as there nro Euro pean states at some of tho receptions, nnd they all got along without warfare. Mr. Belmont had a delicate task yes terday, as he has only one subway at present and no cross partitions to divide t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 January 1904

B XHE 8SATP liATTEl TBIBTJOT3: MONDAY MOICSTCSTG, JaXUAKT 25. 19l.'4 8 ijH IplEASON UNHINGED Ipman Becomes Violently M Insane on Train. K CAME FROM CALIFORNIA : 11 Padded Cell at Ogden MAwaitlng Examination. finis of Railroad Collision Will Be Iuried on Tuesday The Sum mer School. TRIBUNE BUREAU, :tO EccIck Building. V Ogdcn. Jan. 2o. J tetcnlny afternoon Mr?. Ogratn, a llfornla woman, became violently In ieum an Incoming train. She became so lent that It was found necessary to flue her In the padded cell at the couu jall. Mrs. Ograin' was formerly an In teof the Provo asylum, but some time jjher daughter, Miss Anna Ograin of BTAngclcs, camo to Utah to get her ther. and gavo a bond to the Stato uranteclng to take her mother from the te and care for her. The . woman was cased and was apparently all right un They r.cnred Ogden. Just what dlspo on wlil be made of her Is not known. fol Is lik'ly that If the woman Is all fjt today her daughter will be allowed jprocccd w 1th her. j Will B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 January 1904

( '1 HI 4 ffiE Salt Lake Tribune: Monday morstqsg, J'aktjahy 25, 1904, 1 . . : ... ' ' 1 II j TsBUcd Every Morning by Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. , PERRT S. HEATH, Publluher and General Manager. 1 Entersd at the Poslofflco of Salt laK CJty as sccOnd-olaaH matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION'. Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono wcok.S .25 Dally and Sunday, ono month l.w Dkily and Sunday, two months. 2.CJ) Dally and Sunday, thrco months.... 3.00 Rally and Sunday, ono .year Sunday Tribune, ono year. .w Sfcindav Tribune six months l.JJj Debit-Weekly Tribune, one year...... l.w A1I remittances and business letters should bs addressed to TRIBUNE POLISHING COMPANY, Snlt Lnko City. Utah. !S C. Beckwlth. Spoclal Acenoy, Solo Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of flee C--IB-l7-4S-I9 Tribune Building. New j Tfcrk Western ofllce. 610-512 Tribune 1 Building, Chicago. Washington Bureau 1417 G Streot. HT " Tribune Telophono Numbers. Business Office 1 Cltv Editor 3S4-3 Rings Hj , XawR niul Night Edi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 January 1904

i II K 'WE SALT LAKE TXtIB"U2sB: MOXDAY MOKSTS"G, jASrUAJTT 25, 1904. 5 teT OF THE DEAD I :reng Arguments Advanced I for Cremation. fcTURE BY DR. A. S. BOWER ffaca of Earth fnadoquato l far Buriai Purposes.-. iligious Sentiment Against Crema- j&on Rapidly Disappearing in I M the Light of Science. II !v'sru?some subject most cracofully I fulled might well be said of the lec 1 Wdellvcrod b-v Dr- Albnrt s- Cower last St "In Unity hall on "Cremation." The I stor proceeded on the theory thatwhllo IiJaubJccL of the disposition of the lies of the dead Is always on unpleas 3pno to contemplate, particularly when tldead are our own loved ones, yet fd are duties which wo owe, both to dcad and tbo living, which make It V umbeut upon ua to meet the. subjoct ; j?;. wisdom and common pciifo. Tho li Jdly prowlng population of the world J s It Impcnitlve, In the interest of tho I ifth of the living, that the burial of the A d. shall ovcntuallr bo abandoned. I rematlon Is preferable to burial, th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 January 1904

TilE SALT LAKE TRlBtrjfjii: Moskay MoEirrs'&, Jajouaut 25, I904-. . I: BINGHAM LEAD BLAST Fate to Be Decided at the Boston Meeting. YAMPA TO SHIP MATTE Will Be FUducad at ths Valley FurnacQs. Active Development, With. Eucourag- : ing Results at Mt. Baldy Spar ring for Tonopali. Prospects. Among other things to be decided by Hie directors of the Bingham Con. Mi ning company at their meeting in Bos ton the present week la that looking to the addition of a. lead blast to their cop per furnaces in the valley. Urging It Ij upon them with the zeal of a man who ; has something with which to sustain it. Is no less a personage- than Peter S. , Klmberly, and the recommendations of j Mr. Klmberly are not to be treated con- tcmptuously, no matter how much his colleagues may differ with him upon the commercial aspect of such a, departure. trol the Ilonerine mines at Stockton. He is also, it ia said, the largest Individual I shareholder In ihe Bingham Con. "With I the concentrator at Stockton...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 January 1904

1 1?3E SAIiT JAgE XJEHBTOEE; MOXPAY MOIQmTG, J.AaoiARY 25, 1904:, 7 S My was drunk ls!ept While His Pris ?jf B oner Got Away. &KHIS HAT AND GUN m id to Coma to Town by 1 imlss of a Few Drinks. m J -I Was Made by Patrolman hS a. -J y, Who Will Receive Reward H jf 30 for His Vigilance. jafij R,Devolk the Fort Douglas sentry JHsappcarod Saturday In company -taiprlsoncr who had been placed In , '&Jrno. ws captured on Stato street . p ,8iird South at an early hour yester Wjjfcrnlng by Officer Caroy of iho city Jfworca. vte'lIAT AND GUN GONE. IJIEXwaa minus his hat and his gun , Tfeund by the officer and had no IdoT. 7Wjie had left them. Neither did he fjMhc whereabouts of Force, tho prls rBihom ho had aided to escape. The VJEfrii sentry admitted that he had JMq a drunken sleep In a Victoria alloy dive since 4 o'clock Saturday after noon, he (having Just awakened .ind gone on tho ptrcot hatless when tho officer picked him up. Shortly after making tho arrest Officer Carey accompani...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 January 1904

t3 XHEJ EAUS Jj&3B TRIBTOE XOlTDAT JNIORIHInG' jASffiX&Y 25, 19D4. v J IN THE WORLD OF SPORTS i photo armus. Ij Xev. Tork. Jan 24 Much to the snt- v 'far-Won of tlic New York Baseball pub jc, Roger Bresnahan will be round .laying with the Giants in 1904. His zcod work last year made him a favor- I PROVO MiDGETS WIN I Husky Basketball Players at Logan Defeated, j THE SC0RE WAS 16 TO 9 ' Logan Playors Lose Haads in l Sscond Half. P Controversy Over Arbitrary Rulings 1 1 Nearly Breaks Up' the I . Game. TRIBUNE SPECIAL LoRtin. Jan. 24. Tlio bnsket-ball game in Hie B. Y. C. gymnasium last evunlnp be 1 .ween tho U. Y: U. anil 13. Y. C. toanis re sulted In a victory for tlic former by a score of 10 to 0. The Urn half was interesting, both sldefi I s .owing up well and playing good ball, I the score being 7 to C in favor of tho lo I cals -it the end of the half. Tho last half I .as a miserable counterfeit of tho game. and for a time It looked as though It wouul not be finished. The ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 January 1904

H the Salt Lakb trtbuke; Moipay Mokntetcti J-atlajry 25, 1904. 9 jH fltLY FURNISHED ROOM'S AT ?blo prices, first-class table board: M-ic: 3724 So. Main. rH5S KCLAYTON ; ROOMS S2.G0 TO ?5.00 M(csb. State st. rlUO ,'.mK AND BOARD. $1 DAY UP: fiKatcn. 2T0 West So. Temple. rlOlo 7"tr. TELLURIDK. ROOMS 00c UP: IK week. 22 E. 3rd So, DMO MERCHANT TAILORS. TO ORDER, J15 UP. FIT GUAR Sorenucn c Lara on, li5 W. 2nd pBClAN3 AND SURGEON3. lJ(iEvN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN. tWBrooks. M. D., Constitution blk. Jr rl077 jB FINANCIAL. -3FEU FOR PAR AND ACCRUED fiM't' a choice 7 p?r cent S2SO0 lonu vSn'ortfcage; blp margin of security. uEbs for particulars, G 31, Tribune. qggl rlDll OPTICIAN 3. DMBIA OPTICAL CO., 250 MAIN, pale anil retail nianuf. opticians: S; MASSAGE. j $ C M. TRIPP. MASSAGE AND J it'le treatment. 35S S. W. Temple. I 7" JAIN LESS DENTISTRY. OSTON DENTAL PARLORS. E1-CLAS3 WORK. LOW PRICES. if 12C SO MAIN ST. rDM - LADIES' TAILORING. -I Z t it HIDGIN. LADIES' TAILOR, 323 ' rd So., next t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 January 1904

L i n tidg'Salt Lake Thibtote: Monday Mokn-estg, atuaiiy 251904. H'H H; CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. We-U her for today-Fair. The maximum , trmporaturo yesterday was 31 degrees; 1 minimum, 21 degrees. l hristopher Dlchl has a. badly sprained - .shoulder, caused by a fall Saturday after- noon on an ley sidewalk. Ho was able to leave his bed yesterday, however. HI Three new posioffices have been cstab llshed In Utah. viz.. Saltahv Lakepokit H Ami lilter. and the service from Ogden to Kdcn has been changed so ax to taJ.e in Hunts-vllle. decreasing the route lvo U miles H Mr? Harrv O'Nell underwent a delicate l op. ration at the Salt Iakc Private hos- H plt.il vesterday morning. Tho surgeons K In attendance wrp Drs. Lewis and MUo. W Tin patient stood the operation, well ana M is getting al-jng nicely. ) H There la a good time coming far those who have Invitations to the social session at the Elks' clubrooms next Wednesday H idgh' Stunts -will bo done- by several professional!, Including membe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 January 1904

lott want to buy, U cr j l S Vf lf (f f4k 'Itr l''f fflf fW j (m change anything, try an ffi J( g g X P I I I iF frQ Ik (Si F 4 I E I I I 1 1 I IK S WaUfc in our defied Ad J I H 'jjjjj Nte-"'' L- V itS WEATHJEB TODAY Probably fair. j OI... XT-iVI. NO. 285-12 PAGES. SAXiT LAKE GlTT, UTAH, TUESDAY MOKNXNTG-. JA3STUARY 26. 1904, FIVE CeTS 1 $1 7 i M. i fH TO HUNDRED GO' TO DEAXH II jBQUOIS THEATER HORROR s Ijyor Carter Harrison and Other Officials of Chicago Held Responsible for the jjj Terrible Holocaust. -if i5"1 Jan. 25 The coroner's jury M ffor three weeks has been Hsten l evidence relating- to the Are in roquols theater tonight returned a p?by which the following persons ijjl icld to await the action o the f jury: L1 ter H. Harrison, Mayor ot Chl- fcf J. Ds.ls, proprietor in part and W of the theater. Marshal William H. Musham. rge Williams, building commls kot the city. ard Laughlin, building Inspector Williams. Ham Sailers, fireman in the thea- a ! rr ies E. Cummings, stage carp...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 January 1904

Hii f s The SaIjT Lake Trxtote: Tuesday MoiarorQ-, Jajstuahy 26, 1904. ' -I II: TRADERS CAUSE WAR Trouble With Hereros Due to Credit Syster'V LURE NATIVES INTO DEBT Fallura to Pay Followed by j Ferclblo Solzure of Cattle. 1 i German Forces Sustain Heavy Losses in Attempt to Relievo Okahandja Many Settlers Slain. i Bflrlln, Jan. 25. An official dispatch from Windhoek, German-Southwest Af ' ica, cays the Germans have lost heav ily In an unsuccessful attempt to relievo Okahandja, that five settlers and their 'utlre famlilc have been murdered and .hat the Hereros have been threatening Windhoek. Light has been thrown by the. Frank furter Zcltung' on some of the contribu tory causes of the Hereros' rising In " German Southwest Africa as the result of statements made to that paper by a traveler who has Just returned from Windhoek and Okahandja. ,The mcr: chants and the traddrs allied with them ' are charged with purposely Involving the natives in debt. The Frankfurter Zeltung's Informant a...

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