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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 January 1904

fi The SaxtJLakb Tbibuetb: Tuesday MorarasrG, January 26, 1904, , . . 3 lil I SHE FAILED TO DIE in (Wan Has Grave Dug for Mother-in-Law. :nse in wells- case Dittoes Arranging for tha Summer School. Council' Tackles Dog- License tioa and Other Matters Pcr ;onal and Minor Mention. TRIBUNE BUREAU, ) 500 Fccles Building, J Ogden, Jnn. J :ullnr story camo to the attention Tribune last night from tho of the Sanitary Inspector. There I i grave awaiting the reception of In the city cemetery, but that alive and kicking and Isn't likely ?ady to occupy the grave for some i come, il days ngo, It 13 said, a well gentleman called upon City Sex JI. Jonne and ordered him to dig '. Infomlng him that his mother 's -Taw was dlng He presented In pay I nt therefor a twenty-dollar bill. Tho I cton could not make tho change, and L if gentleman told him that he would ifthc change and come back and pay fn. He hadn't boon back since, and re Is an open grave awaiting an oc ant and a mother-in-law in a fair wa...

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. — 26 January 1904

T H 4. The 8ait XiAKE Tbibthte: Tuesday Moknxntg-, Jastuary 26, ;! r . . . . . r , Isnucd Every Morning by Hj Salt Lnko Trlbuno Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, Publisher and-General fjer. Entered at tho Foslnfflee of Salt Lako T City as second-class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Hl nallv and Sunday Tribune one week.? .53 Dallv and Sunday, one month J.w Dnllv and Sunday, two .months. 2.W Dallv and Sunday, three months.... 3.00 Dallv and Sunday, one year... Sunday Tribune, ono year.. -w SUndav Tribune, six months 1.00 Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year...... l.w AH remittances and buslnces letters should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMrANT, Salt Lako City. Utah. S C Beckwtth. Special Agonny, Solo i Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern . of nre .-M-43-H7-t8-4D Trlluine nulldlnrc. New Tork Western office, filO-512 Trlbuno j Building, Chicago. Hl "Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. Hj Tribune Tolephono Numbers. T' Business ornco :::,,:-:,3(W l Cltv Editor.... 3513 R ngs ' -I'd Night E...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 January 1904

ft the sajjT lake tkebto: Tuesday Moiostn-g, Jajsttaiiy 26, 1904. . 5 H I.ER TRIAL BEOiNS Douglas Soldier Up on a Grave Charge. DNTJNUANCE REFUSES ury Socurad and Taking Df Testimony Begun, v Told by Miss Edith Gill, the I ;cixm of the Assault Prisoner grill Try to Establish Alibi. V Stria! of Tliomas R. Fuller, the sol I 'charged with rape, was begun be- Q Judge Morse In (he criminal division Jo District court yesterday. Nearly fntiro day was consumed In securing IEy, and tho enly witness examined fcEj!lss Edith Gill, tlio victim o tho IjMnal assault mane on tho night of Dc jfcer 33th last. Fuller ror tho tlrst timo il fired In court In citizen's clothen. Ho represented by Attorney E. O. Lealh District Attorney Elchnor is ffiutlnc tlio caie In behair or tho '0 iLeathcrwood moved for a contln of the trlhl on the ground that ?J. Martin, a material witness ror the iso. Js 111 in the hospital at Fort gins and unable to appear In court lie, present time The defense aocks rove an a'.Ibl ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 January 1904

B'i 6 ... THE SALT LAKE THIBUKE: TUJSSDAT MOKNTPTG, jAytTART 26, 1904. I THE W00DSI0E STRIKE HJ Most Sensational of Season at the Park. H SIX FEET OF RICH ORE Hj Reclamation of Another Pienoer H. Producer. Splendid Achievement of Prof. Jen- Hj ney Hcturns From Cnnip With Samples of His Find. The night's arrivals from Park. City, HL report Intense :xoitement over the rc- H; covery of the long- lost ore body In the old "Woodside mine mid the almost Ht ' positive assurances of Its reinstatement P i'mong the most formidable of the Park's producers. Among those wlip-, came down was Prof. Jenney, under H, whose management tlie reclamation of the old producer has been ut last par- H tlally accomplished, that jgentleman HL himself as enthusiastic, perhaps, as is H permissible in one. who has served so Hl long an apprenticeship In the diggings. Hjl The Professor brought with . .him H samples of the ore that were exhibited H to personal friendn at the ICnuLsford R hotel, and he has no doubt t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 January 1904

M The salt JjAKe TiratnsrE: Tuesday Momrnra-, 'January 26, 1904:. ' II $ TAKE -TUMBLE r ive Seems to Affect f Speculation. Si WERE IRREGULAR : 'Stocks Foil Off Frm Sffni tf Tws Points. '1 ?i-Pears of War in the Orient T&London to Throw 50,000 yfchkrcs on the Market. UKk, Jan. 25. The movement of ,guch had crept slowly upward fJmUa until last Thursday, when & )Wn to advanco rapidly on a large JfWjR business, turned backward to ilghowcd net losses on the day's "KThe weakness was not at any "'Bi mul lncro WflS a nerloQ Jfcfter the opening, but this -was BEf no avail In tho selling of ' ihc rca'ctlonnry tendency gained y jtc day advanced, and tho clos ..V fcalc and active. Many of tho ijj :Tlve stoclts lost 1 to 2 points. -J tided St. Paul and tho Grangors, K ind Southwcstcrns and United J el preferred. These declines are kui cans severe after so consldcr- dvance as haa taken place, but pn was decisive and unmlstak W re was much more news to ac i It than there had been on tho fh...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 January 1904

I IN THE WORLD OF SPORT I A CHANGE FOB BOISE May Crowd Ogden Out ef Northwestern League. Spokane, -Wash., Jan. 23. W. H. Lucas, president of the Pacific National Baseball league, states that Boise, Ida., I) may' be admitted to the league. The hronicle quotes Mr. Lucas as stating: "Whether Ogden or Poise will Unally he decided upon Is a question yet to be ki ttled. . They have both hewn pro ( tcctod and both are good towns. Boise is very anxious to set into the league, 1 and from all we can learn baseball will j f.y there." I SUHPBISE.-AT LOS -ANGELES. Favorites "Went Down Before the ' -Scrubs iu Big- Races. ; Los Angeles, Cal., Jon. 2o. The firit nd second races at Ascot today furnished 'hIgesuEpcises..A'gnes.Mai:Jc,al? t 15 to 1.. taking .the- first, and Ocyrohe, at the same odds, winning the second. Lunar, tho odds-on favorite, failed to get In tlie money in the, third race, i Farmer Jim, ,7. to 3, winning. In the fourth OccftnlbreJun-svvon' handily from I Gruzados, lowering the t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 January 1904

T 9 THB SALT LAgS TRIBTOsTBs TuESPAT 5IomrcsTG, J ACTUARY 26, 1904; 9 jH WES FROM HONOLULU ? A. Cunningham and Bride j I Start Home. If LL TARRY, ON THE COAST Jjjj triage Licenses Are Now j I Unauthorized, Kernor Toft and tho Grand Vizier ? of Persia Entertained by HEb Honolulu. H tGOr.RE5POXDEXCT3 TRIBUNE. Si ronolulu. Jan 17. Col. J. A. Gun 's! gham and bride, who liave been wllng their honeymoon In Honolulu, J! jvh today in the PncMc Mall stcam If S Korea They will spend a few i y rs in California before returning to ?Lake. visiting Coronado and Mon Ifei sy During tholr Stay in Honolulu tt p. have been guests at the Alexander IjSg hotel 5 vlslt to the volcano Kilauea, on iMslanJ of Hawaii, was made, during Lch time Col Cunningham rode over K. to inspect the plantations and g"p and cattle ranches. He fell into pcrater and severely sprained his t:"arin. back and ankle. Col. Cun iluiin had decided that if any sood ier.ties were offered ' for sale ho fid Invest. Hp went over the Puul...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 January 1904

! 10 THE SALT liAEZB TRIBffifrE: TUESDAY MOIGSTSTG-, JANUARY 26. 19'-'4, 1 Ij IN SENATE AMD HOUSE i Resolutions and Debate Oc cupy the Senate. 575,000,000 FOR THE ARMY Appropriation Biil Passes the Heuss. Number of Bills Passed in Both 3rcmcb.es of Congress Tho Mor- gan Resolution. "Washington. Jan. 25. The Senate to day heard further discussion on the question of appointments to office mado I during Congressional recesses, listened f to a speech on the Isthmian canal ques tion by Mr. Morgan and passed a number of bills of a semi-public character. As a result of the debate on the ap pointment question a resolution asking for specific information concerning the nomination of Y. L. D. Crum as Col lector of Customs at the port of Charles ton, S. C, was passed. A resolution asking for similar Infor mation concerning, the nomination of , Brlg.-Gen. Wood and other army olll coib went over until tomorrow. Mr. Culberson introduced a resolution drawn up by a committee appointed at I a recent...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 January 1904

The S.Air Lake Thibtoo: Tuesday MonOTNe, JjvmlrAiiY 26, 1904. 11 M j? PERSONAL. ?CT SWIMMING AND FLOATING Jfleally taught at Sanltnrlum. r20W NCT SWIMMING AND FLOATING tMcally taught at Sanitarium. IVILL COME. COMMUNICATE AT Look sharp. S. rl7S7 BtES' CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH ?f0yal PIHs arc the best. Safe. Re- Tcke no other. Send 4c stamps rtlculars. "Relief for Ladles," In Ibv ictum mall. Ask your druggist, iater Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa. It k6S ERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. ETC, vod by X-rnya or electric needle, Lula ks, M D , Constitution blk. rl076 ffr L03r- RBEAVER FL'n GLOVE. ABOUT fcOth; C21 E, 3rd South. Reward. rl816 ft PAINTING. K-SON & SON. PAINTER AND Ector, 172 State st. rlGSO ILB FR1ZE APPLES; GUARAN tresh eggs; choice creamery butter, it prices. Utah Produce Exchange. 1st So.; 'phone 423. r4M DERLEG TEA. FINE. 50C POUND. Ante M. & J Coffee (best). SOc pound, im brand Coffee, 17ac pound, Mountain T.. 73 w. 1st So. r3S5 MACHANICAL ENGINEER. .- - iGER F BURMAN. 411 SO...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 January 1904

22 ''IIE SATr LiAKE XRXBOOTS: TUESDAY MOROTNG, tT AjNXT AR Y 2B,,:'1904:. 1. ISs CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. Rev, Dr. RusfcII Conway of Philadel- phla, ono of the best known Baptist min isters In tlio country. Is expected In Salt . Lako In a few days on his way to Call 1 fornlc. Dr. Conway Is the fnther of Mrs, K. G. Tuttlc. formerlv a resident of thin city but whoso home i now In Philadel phia. Mrs. Kale Waller Barrett, vice-president of tho National Council ot Women nnd record secretary Qf th' National Council of Women, wns a Salt Lake vis itor yesterday. In tho ovenlng at tho Ktnyon hotel Mrs. Barrett held an infor mal reception, -which wan attended by a l.umber of clubwomen ot the city. Editor Leslie 12. DlllInKham of tho Mnckcy Ida., Telegraph, la In thft city conferring with tho Commercial club and oiflclals of the O. S.'L. with a. vlow to hc , curing a branch of the Short Lino from D lackfoot lo Mackcy. He 1h equipped with an array of facts and figures and ' presents them so forci...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 January 1904

" . jj. - "WEATHER TODAY Partly cloudy; unsettled; rising temperature. ' I " .- : Vox,. XIjVI. No. 286--10 Pages. r Salt Lak-e City, Utah, Yekxves:dat Mokstn-q-, Jaktjaky 27. 1904, Five Cents. t : . . - In Whose Financial Opera ions Dazzled the World Dies Fiihm an Hour After Being Wjndged Guilty of Fraud, r.idon, Jan. 27. Without exception, the London papers express satlsfac- vith tho salutary vindication of the law in the case, of Whltakcr lit, ami admit tho justice of tho verdict nnd of the sentence. The ard alone, in an editorial article, expresses sorac surprise at the severity a sentence, on tho ground that there was a certain degree of extcnua- n the peculiar circumstances which Wright was placed under. -f J -n "don, Jan. 2C At 3 o'clock this aft-ir-WhItaker Wright was sentenced J?n years' penal servitude. At 4 k he lay dead on the floor of a (o6m in the law courts. Whether !ok his own life by poison or vcr death in its natural course If" the law of its fulfillment will $5own ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 January 1904

Hf 2 The SaJjT IjAke Tehsunb: Wednesday Moemng-s tfAj$UA'KYX70 yu4. j : BURN PRISONERS ALIVE Atrocities by Rebels in South West Africa. GERMANY IS APALLED Bidios of Enomy Boad, Muti 1 fated With Axos, t Troops Ato Being Hurried to tho , Scene of the Troublo With All Dispatch. -f London, Jnn. 2C A dispatch to -f the Central News from Capetown, - says the bushmcn, with tho rebels -f-r- In German Southwest Africa, aro committlnf: terrible atrocities. Tho -f limbs of the dead nro chopped off -f- and prisoners are said to have been -f burned alive, -f Berlin, Jan. 2G, The news of the tor turing to death of Germans In South west Africa received here today through British press dispatches caused the most painful Impression among the public. The colonial oITlce was with out confirmation of the report, but the statements made are not discredited. Director Steubel of the colonial olficc asked the Reichstag- budget committee i lonlal appropriations as he was too busy sending off troops to Sout...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 January 1904

f Tint Salt Lake Tiffisujm' TTbdbsdat MoPuNxng, Jaxu-AJeo: 27, 1904. 3 I. SCHOOL SITES Committee Looks 0er und in Ogdon Canyon. RTAINED BY CITIZENS soma Rovanue Derived Frsm Pollca Court. !s Military Band Explains Why Joes Not Join the Musicians' Union Minor Mention. TRIBUNE BUREAU, 203 Ecclcr Building. I Ogden, Jan. IT. J fcrday morning Prof. J. M. Tanner, IT Linford. J. H. Paul, Cleorco H. Shall, James Sharp and D. O. JIc Jthc investigating commltteo appolnt gfselect the site, for the proposed sum jfechoolp came to Ogden to Inspect sites offered In Ogden canyon. They SJraet at tho Union depot by the local ojiltees and given an informal recep 5t tho Weber club, leaving at 11:15 the canyon. io" local reception committee, conslst fot Fred J. Klesel. W. G. Wileon, S"o IVrlr-ht V f Plvp.nrn T C Mr. jTjohn Watson, Charles llolllngs hV William Allison. R. V. Emmett. ESMoyer, William Olusmann and Wil- RflHughoo, took the party in charge fpolnted out the several beautiful uhrough the canyo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 January 1904

W I H 4- THE &&LT ItAKff XBIBinm WEDNESDAY MOTGsTXG, JANUARY 27, 1904. Issued Every Morning, by Salt Lake Tribuno Publishing Company. 'perry S. HEATH, Publisher and General Manager, h Entered nt the Postofllce of Salt Lako Hr City as flecond-clnsij matter. i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION., Dally nnd Sunday Tribune, ono week. J -25 Dnlly and Sunday, ono month. l.w Dally and Sunday, two monthn. 2.0J Dallv and Sunday, three months.... 3.OT Daily and Sunday, one year . JZ.W 1 Sunday Trlbuno, one- year f-y Suudav Tribune. six months.. Eeml-XVookly Tribune, ono year...... 1.60 All remittances and business letters . should ho addressed to Htj TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANT, Hl, Salt Lake City. Utah. S, C. Bcckwlth. Spoclal Agency. Solo H, Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern oT flee, -13-44-45-17-4S-19 Tribune Building. New Tork. Western offlco, 510-512 Tribune Building., Chicago, Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. H Tribune Telephone Numbers. V' Business Office Cltv Editor.. a-3 Rings JsTfo and N...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 January 1904

M .THE SALT JUAJKJ3 TiOLBTJjSTE: TTEBXJSSDAY MOICsXK'Gb JATJAHT 27, 1904 5 III ICHELL RE-ELEGTEO od Mine Workers Again Honor Leader. GRESS FINISHES WORK d CommHteos Proposition , to Qperaters, .. of 15 Cents Per Month in Addi- Ition to Present 10 Cents Per Capita for Strikers, dfanapolls, Jan. 2C President John Sell, Vice-President Lewis and Sec-ry-Trcasurer Wilson of the United ie-Workcrs have been re-cleclcd Bout opposition, according to the lltlof the convention, announced to 5 The full vote of the organization Igfnot cast. Mitchell received 02,633 fs Lewis. 91.S10; Wilson, 91.S75. Ie report of the scale committee was pted. Indianapolis was selected for inext national convention, a commit Avas appointed to draft a memorial Sonor of the Hai-wlck mine victims fadjournment was taken until to irow afternoon. tfe United Wine-Workers practically pleted their work by deciding on abmonds to be made for the central petltive field. The report of the g committee asks the operators to pn the...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 January 1904

Bl ! 6 The 3aut Lake TRiBTjasnE: wedxesdatc MobxosG, JjOhjahy 27, 1904. i 1 RECLAIMING WEST DIP : Gold Again Coming From its Channels. ARTHUR MURPHY'S SUCCESS I Forly Porsons Now Affpded ( Employment. Clean-Up From 80 Tons Daily Exceeding- $6000 Per Month Oth ers Invited to Join Hint. I The enterprise promulgated by Arthur F Murphy, succeeding- the West Dip. out of Mercur, will have been reclaimed I within the year, and upon its dlsap- 1 polntmcnts reared a cimp that shall be H not the least productive in the gold bearing sisterhood. Mr. Murphy, who was In from the Dip again yegtcrday. says that in the rehabilitation o the Daisy ho has experienced no difficulty j whatever, that the ores, of commercial quality aro occurring- as ho said they would in well donned channels, and I that the originators of the company I might have succeeded had they exer- clscd a finer discrimination and con jj fined their extraction to these channels instead of wandering into the lean and ! hungry strata ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 January 1904

Ik The Salt Lakb TRDBmsrE; Wednesday Mobster g- January 27, 1904:. 7 b '. bpA llME OF SEE-SAW y Go, Down They Go, tions in Wall Street I Is A WAITING ONE taking Markad Opening frhsn Cams Slump. ijj ton Exchange "Was Marked Vj iiseuce of Outsiders ijloilroad Shares. ric, Jan. SC. Today's slock mar iftabsorb a considerable volume h wkihg again, especially during i"i part of the day. This It did to 5 Feat effect, but therc was no fehown to follow the advance, larket relapsed into the dullness II lUa characteristic previous to Ira movement The market fbc waiting for a fresh move by Stive, party which assumed tho Jof the rlso. as the outside pub Is conspicuous by Its absence, played a part in tho restriction y's business, but tho sales for ant from that cause wero In Volume. Returns of railroad lings for the third week in Jan Tcomlng to hand, arc of mixed but the average ratio of In ij, last year's corresponding pe rly maintained, ihlson statement for December V- decrease in net earnings...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 January 1904

8 TDE BAXJSIjASM THIBTHSTE: WEDNESDAY MOEOT2s"G-3 jAmJAKT" 27, 1904. 1 THAT PANAMA REVOLT H i Senator Stone ef Missouri Wants Investigation. CANAL TREATY UP AGAIN H House Still on Urgont Beffci cncy Appropriation. H Representatives Williams and Boutell j Enliveu Matters by n Politi- H cal Tilt at Arms. Washington, Jan. 20. The time of the I' Semite today was again divided be- j l ween consideration of the Panama : question and other subjects. There was , only one speech on the canal and it was made by Mr. Stone of Missouri, ivho "poke to a resolution directing' the Sen ate Committee on Foreign Relations to make an Investigation Into the Panama lovolt. He contended that the circum stances indicated complicity on the part of the United States In the secession of Panama and urged that in the interest of the country's good name all the facts i hould be known. I Mr. ITeybum of Idaho mode his first speech In the Senate In support of a 'pHjiutlon introduced by himself pro hibiting railroad...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 January 1904

s.1 !Tbce saot TiAtna TRETONEt "Wednesday Moknxng, Jajstcjahy "27, 1904 9 ; 1 1 t - pBAD FOR FULLER tpr Being Tried for Crim. ;lf inal Assault. jTRY Ti PROVE AN ALIBI f liny. Will Nil Permit of I I Repetition, L Jned Clothing of Alleged Ilant of Miss Gill Intro duced as Evidence, il of. Thomas R. Fuller, the mrged with criminal assault s Edith Gill on the night of 13th last, consumed another ? In the criminal division of ict court yesterday. A large '. witnesses for the State were and a net of strong clrcum evldcnce has been -woven le defendant. The prosecu one witness to examine this ind will then rest its case. It own how much evidence the has to introduce, and conse f.whcn the case will be concluded fbe foretold. The defense, It is tood, has several -witnesses who ling to swear that Fuller Tarns at t the hour the crime Is alleged to Den committed Attorney Leath- expects to be able to prove an for his client on the night in n. crime and all the circumstances neotion with it are so...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 January 1904

m 1 10 xhe SAiT XlSJSE WEDNESDAY MOBSTffG-s jAaSTUAlRT 27, 1904. ,1. H.'l ! CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. H' Gov. Hcbor M. Wells is Uio recipient of an Invitation to deliver a, Llnce-hi L'11! "I1,: dross In Denver on the night of February VJth The Invitation Is extended by A. M Stevenson. , Tnder tho auspices o the ladled aid 1. xocieiv of the First Congregational t hurch. Miss Agatha Berkhoel. contralto. 1 will give a. recital and concert pn Iobru- arv I2lh. In the church, assisted by sumo of' the best artists In tho city. Hradstieol's says of locnl conditions: "Wholesalers arc busy with plans for an artlvc spring: campaign. Weather condi Hons portend an unusually pood tuturo. Retailers aro closing out winter lines and placing only illllng-in orders. Collections M If. Deskv Is now in Los Angeles. I1 where he It; ru'stlcntlng for several weeks l l'rom there he will go to Texas. Old Mexico and Now Orleans, thence by boat l to New York city and other Eastern mar k kcts to do the buying for h...

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