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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 January 1904

I si ff ? TEE classified j t p i I 1 ly I J F CHy loL Sl ilk: IL L t S 1.!, m L I I GTVB BEST SE" I 1 jf '...i'- WEATHER TODAY Fair. oi. XLVI. No. 287 --10 Pages. Salt Lake City, Utah, Thursday Mobkxstg-, Jantjahy 28, 1904, Five Cents. 1 fl EIGHT A SUICDE oter and Fi :ier Prefer Death to il Servitude z of Potassium! Drug which He Short His Life fflth; and It Was V ken While Doom 8 as Pronounced. I f4 -f -r 4- -r- 2 udon, Jan, 27 --A poet mortem jlhatiun lias shnrn that Whit- -f- fovrlphf commit tod Mdcldj by -f ig cyan!iie of ptlasslum -f Jjj jtavestlgntfon made iuui.ntes -f ft fl'hight must have s-.vnIlo-.ved -f 1 poison while standing before -f ! co Blgham. after receiving A3 icntence It 5s recalled that ii? jSt pulled a handkerchief from pocket and appeared to wlpo 1 face and It la surmised that - ir- E cover of ihls he took tho . 050. 'Site, Jan. 27. The Inquest over iKalns of Whltaker Wright, who DBggftddenly yesterday after being ijwlto seven years' penal servl iVfraud, will b...

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. — 28 January 1904

Hjl 2 THE SALT JLAK1E TRBJTOnE.' THURSDAY MOROTETG. JaJsTUARX 28, 1904. j I I I REPUBLICANS OF IDAHO I . State Central Committee Se I lects Convention Town. I ! WILL MEET AT MOSCOW I , Attc.mpi IQ Heal Breaches In I 1 . Party Ranks. Ii I Hc-s6lution3 Adopted Indorsing llio I. Tntipnnl Administration, and R Ignoring State Government. I) TRIBUNE SPECIAL. L Eolse. Ida., Jan. - 27. At a mcetlnfroC Use Republican Slato central committee 1 Icilay Moscott won ihe nominating con- l! vpntlon from Boise by the narrow inar I ( sin of three votes. The cpnventlph wl.ll, 1 ho held .it the 'Latah coanjj scat on-Au gust lOlii, and the convention at which" delegates to the National Republican cqn j vf ntlqn arc to he' named will be held. In I Pocnlcllo on May ISth. The meeting wj.ll I be ono of the most Important, from ' a 1 i-r-.rly standpoint, of any since the trouble- eomo days of ISStJ. Whllo er.deavorlns: to brlilse over some I of the wide breaches In the party, the R committee's action along n...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 January 1904

p The Salt IlAXB Trebtote: Thxteisdat MOTCsING, Jajsuajtc 28, 1904. 3 ! ifl I Sagged by a gar raden Rapid Transit Com pang !s Sued. Inooo is the sum asked Yifarf Shewing Mads by the Ogden Banks. iness Finn Files Articles of In rporation Insane "Woman He turncd to Asylum Briefs. TRIBUNE BUREAU. ") 209 Eccles Bulldlnc J Ogden. Jan. 25. J hard Watklns yestorduy filed suit at the Ogden Rapid Transit company he sum of fMOO, allopcd to, be due as igcs 'or personal injuries. ; plaintiff allcRCS that on October 19th io was about to board a North Wash n car, when the car started sudd6nly Jragged him some distance, injuring about the back. 1. D Johnson Js tlfl'a attorney. R" SUNDAY CLOSING. ffcfioon Keepers Meet and Discuss the l j& Proposition. I The saloon-keepers of Ogdcn met last I 5Tit to decide whether or not they Y; iould go into the court3 to test the con 1 iTutlonallty of the law regulating aa ons and slot machines. No definite coll usion was arrived at and the matter ent o or fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 January 1904

Hl , 4 The Salt Lajke Tiuke: Thursday Momsnyg, JMUiVRY 28. 1904. ji ;' xt MIn tribune. t Issued Evrry Morning by Salt Lake Tribuno Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, ! Publisher and General Manager. " t Entered at the. Poetofrtcc- of Salt Lake ( 'v as second-class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION"; 'iv and Sunday Tribune, ono weok.J .25 I iv and Sundav, ono month........ 1 00 fftllv and Sunday, two monthH 2,00 I ni nnd Sundnv, threo months 3.00 TViilv and Sunday, one year 12.00 I Sunday Tribuno, ono year 2.W Svndav Tribune, six months 1.00 I Soml-Wcckly Tribuno, ono year 1.50 i All remittances and business letters ' should bo Addressed to 1 TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, , Salt Lako City. Utah. , ' S. C. Beckwlth, Special Agency, Solo ' Eastern Advertising AgonL Eastern of f flee. 43-4-I-45-47-4S-19 Tribune Building, New York "Western office, 610-512 Tribuno j Building, Chicago. Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. , Tribune Telephone Numbers. ' Business Office 3M ! Cltv Editor... 35-3 Rings...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 January 1904

if JL'HE SALT LAKE TRIBUTE: TECDBSDAY MOBXESTG JATTAKT 28, 1904. 5 I hH 5M i lm- " i i l 5 HB1 HOUSE CLOSED i iods Company Goes In to Bankruptcy. NAME RECEIVER TODAY . fis Fixed at $80,000 ftrj Assets $35,000. ITrouble for Somo Time Past, tjlnde a Hard Fight to XWonthcr the Storm. f ton of creditors asking that House company oC this city red a bankrupt and that a re appointed to take charge of. Ipany's stock oC goods was yes lied 'in the Federal court. The referred to Charles Eald iree lu bankruptcy, and Uie de traa cited to appear in court Hahow cauflo why It should not red a bankrupt. It Is claimed tsiare about 3S5.000 and the Ha i&O.WO. A receiver will probably olntcd today. The creditors petition with the amounts al jjjie due them, respectively, are its: ant & Co.. Xow York, SIOHO.SC. oS Sz Hllder Bros., New York, &Bro., Philadelphia. S-H0.S0. ileton & Co.. New York, $115.75. etltlon alleges that the Lace wrnpany Is insolvent and thot frs have admitted the com li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 January 1904

1 q The Salt lake ''eibukb: Thttbsday MoitxiG, JAyiiAirsr 28. 1904. ---- I I' GAS IN THE VALLEY Issuing From New Bere Near . : Farmington. SPOUTER WAS UNEXPECTED j Smolls "Vociferously" of Pe troleum Bolow, I 1 Well Visited During Day by Number of Persons Much Excitement 'Round a Quiet Town. At a depth approaching -100 feet in the bore for oil and gas out of Farmlns ton the first meter v.-as encountered on Tuesday afternoon, and since that time I the llluminaiit with mud and water has j been spouting from Jt. To verify this , ; Dr, P. S. ICoogh, who has been most i cordial and most liberal In his .support of the enterprise, in which all Utah it I Interested, left for the spouter yester day morning, accompanied by Charles K Rowland, who has been so energetic In the field, the latter's son and James T. Fulton. So powerful was the pres sure of gas. said Dr. Kcogh, that Mr. Odell. one of the drillers, who was at ' the top of the derrick, was drenched I with the Jiquidescent discharge fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 January 1904

j The Saxt Lake Tbibwe; Tbxtrsday Moknin-g, -Taotjahy 28, 1904 7 iLATOeS WARY IK Off-Day in Wall Street. p INACTIVE, LOWER ffi Were ef an Insignifi ICfcint Character. Shares Showed Some Activ Under Operations by the i Bull Party. Kc, Jan. 27 The lassitude which :3&"kc i,sclf manifest in yester wfTng In slocks was still more in (today. The dealings fell at times 7fnalEiiiflcant proportions and tho lfe of prices was narrow and ir EThc more favorable turn to the htouny did not avail to sustain Mfet, any more than the dopres iMho foreign markets yesterday SjJioM back prices In the face of Melons of the dominant spccula lyy That party was rather quirs Wy, or restricted In tho field of its K'of the cessation of tho upward tit was argued that tho light ,Pof selling offerings was in favor mrket, J)ut it was suggested on the ma that the light realizing on the Kf to demonstrate a very small me following for tho speculation '.about lifting prices os an lnvl Ethc outside nubile lo come Into...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 January 1904

8 XHE SAJT IJ1XE TEIBTOTE: THURSDAY MOEXCG, JHjART 28, 1904. II IN THE WORLD OF SPORT ' I S!X FURIOUS BOUNDS O'Brien and Ryan Fight to a Draw in Philadelphia. EASTERN MAM WAS BEST I i 1 ' , Had His Qpponsnt Bsatsn First 1 , Four Rounds, Exhibition Was a Fine One and the Largo Crowd Was Enthusiastic ' $5000 Divided Between Men. Hl Philadelphia, Jnn. 27. Jnck O'Brien and H! ' Tommy Ryan fon.clit one of tho fastest B' 1 4j f-ls rounds over seen In this city tonight. and l)io riiilrulelphlan had a slight od- H nntagc. O'lJrlcn clearly outfought Ryan H in the first four rounds and In the fifth H i dropped htm with a haul blow to the H Uw, Rjan took tho count of eight and H i.une up groggy. Jle saved himself by Ht -Duelling until he hnd rcgnlned his benr- H irg.. A moment later Ky.in drove a W iclous left to O'Brien's stomach which K brought the Fhlladolphian to his knees. H Ivy u seemed to regain his wind as tho H round progressed and landed repeatedly j H O'Brien's stomach with virions ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 January 1904

Si, THE flATF TjMCto TRiBinsrEj Thursday Mokntntg5 cT ACTUARY 28, 1904. 9 i! , , ' IToF TALK IN BOTH I SENATE AND HOUSE. Mate Resumes Con ideraliofl of Pa 1 1 nama Canal. $ I tifi Ihlnston, Jan. 27.-The Senate illng3 today included a speech by j Simmons (N. C.) In support of the 3 ma canal treaty, and the passage $ number of bills and resolutions. IJi Simmons ivas the first Democratic - lor to favor the measure on the of the Senate. Jlin& the bills passed was one tins to citizens of Porto Rico and Philippines the right to take ad iige of the naturalization laws of country, but Mr. Spooner moved consider the vote, which prevailed. b resolution authorizing the Corn re on Privileges and' Elections to jftupon an investigation into the against Reed Smoot of Utah passed after being amended so ns authorize the committee to sit & Ihe, Congressional recess. r . PANAMA MATTERS. n the resolution on the Panama k situation, Introduced by Mr. a, was laid before the Senate Mr. , wns (N. C)...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 January 1904

HI, I ttm : in The att taktb Trbbtotb: Thxirsbat Moksxstg-, Jjvxuart 28, 1904. 1 M; . l It I; , CITY AND NEI6HBIRH0O0. , J. E.' Baker, buyer of women's suits nd wraps for Walker's store, leaves this morning for Eastern markets, i i A C Slrobcl lias Just resigned as mnn- ;.ger of the D O. Caldor's Sons company, . , ! t lie resignation to take rteet on Sauir . 'day noxu President N. W. Clayton will J fill tho offico until n ikw manuger la ap pointed. A meeting of the Blate Board of Edu cailon will bo held In tin-- Ofllco of State Superintendent Nelson. In tho olty and ronnty building. Saturday movnlyg al 10 , o'clock. Tlio meeting 1p called for the. Ij.urposo or granting ica.-Jiorn criam;.uuj . :u-.d diplomas and tn Into stcjw inward preparing an educational exhibit' for tlio World's fair to be given at Si. Louis. I A meeting of the State Board of Horti culture was held yostcrday in tno DCh cret News aimo.w Plans for the, your h work on the experiment ftm at bt. . Ceo'rgo wore discuss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 January 1904

( 11 " I'j s J 31 ,A'MM'AS,OTD"' ' to -wJ WEATHER TODAY Fair, j jfoii. XXiVI. No. 288-10 Pag-es. Salt Lake City, Utas, Friday Mokning, Ja2tuary 29, 190'4, Five Cents. ! H ffAH IRlATFON nOYEnENT ADVANCING RAPIDLY I iSH EXPEDITION TO If TJML . i Army of Tibetians Is Being Assembled and An Ittsck On the British Camp at Tuna Is Feared jjj Irctic Weather Prevails and Position Is Perilous. I jjiumbl, British India. Jan. 2S. Col. .Younghusband, commanding the 4 i Jhr expedition to Tibet, has received a personal visit from the 4- n-Lamn. one of the five great Lamas of, Tibet, who delivered an latume warning him to return to Gtintong'and promising , that there 4 j idbc serious trouble if lie did not do so. 4 J argc reinforcements of. Infantry and cavalry have already reached 4 I Tifielian camp and more are coming from Lhasa, and Shigaslo, the 4 S iSi. 505ls expected that an attack will bcmadc on Hie .British camp at 4 rtwhen tin- Tibetlans are sufficiently reinforced. 4 nTihe meantime the Br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 January 1904

2 The Salt laios TRiBinsrs. Friday Moknxn"g- JAmjAHY 29, 1904. 1 II; IN FAVOR OF PROGRESS Annual Report of Strest Sup ervisor Condie. WHAT DEPARTMENT COSTS ' The Work Accomplished In the Past Year. Some Improvements Strongly Urged and Many Valuable Recom mendations Made, i Peter S. Condie, Superintendent of Streets and Irrigation, yesterday filed his annual report for the year 1903 with 1 the Mayor. The report Is thorough in i ,, every detail, and aside from the rccom ' inendatlons that are made contains some valuable Information that has never before been made public. The expense of the street department for the year amounted to $-9,215.50, and that of tho irrigation department $21,33S.1G, making a total of $70,034.02 for both de partments. This amount, less $9G2.15 for work and material furnished other departments, leaves the net cost of the ! street and Irrigation department at -5C9,D91,S7. The total cash receipts of tha department from poll taxes and ' other sources amounted to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 January 1904

T II t VHE SALT IrAKB TRXBUKE; FRIDAY MOKMyG, J-ACTART 29, 1904. .3 jl I IS IS ACQUITTED t of "Net Guilty" in Robbery Case. , BANK IS PR8MISEB Court Froes a Miss mated Wsnian. Zrt Robbers Rounded Up by ilroad Detective Minor ention and Personals. TRIEHNE BUREAU, 2 Ecclca Building. Ogden, Jan. 29. j Ing out for over nineteen hour?, i the rase of the State of Utah r; II Wells, charged with rob rned a verdict of not guilty, tlf an hour before they returned let the jurors sent In a noto to lsklng If they returned a verdict Ry if they could recommend a from the court bo passed upon ant. They were Informed that cither find the defendant guilty I or not guilty. Jerstood that tho discussion In om was at times animated, and that until Into ycBtcrday morn of the Jury revealed the follow Three for conviction aifd flvo Lai Tho three Jurors held out , but gradually they were won a unanimous verdict was ac he defendant, le for which George Wells was the aiding, abetting and coun robhery of tho Za...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 January 1904

4 the Salt Lake tkohnte:' Friday Morsig, Jastuart 29. 1904. I It ' 1 Issued F.vory Morning oy Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. N PERRY S. HEATH, . , Publisher and General Manager. J Entered at the Poslofflce of Salt Lake City aa Fpcond-claas matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono wcek.S 35 Dally and Sunday, ono month........ l.TO Dally and Sunday, two months 2,00 Dally and Sunday, three months.... 3.00 Dallv and Sunday, ono year 12.00 Sunday Tribune one year. 2.C0 I Sunday Tribune. six months 1.00 Seml-Wcskly Tribune, ono year 1.60 I All remittances and business letters I should bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. I I Salt Lake City. Uiah. S. C. Bcokwlth. Special Agency. Sole ' Cistern Advertising Agent. Eastern nf I flco. --15-7-48-3 Tribune Building. New York, Western office 610-512 Tribune Building, Chicago. i Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. ! Tribune Telephone Numbers. ' Biislne-is Office 35 Cltv Editor. $34-3 Rings News and Night Editor 334'-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 January 1904

51 THE SALT'IjAXE TBIBTJISTE: 1-"RIDAX MOItNTGS'G-, JANUARY 29, 1904. 3 l f -LUNGED SPIELER : IN DANGER OF MOBS 3 s first work undertaken by the WL ike City Society for the Suppres rid Pretention of Strange and il Noise;," said a well-known t ?yestcrcday, "should he to cut n Ithe flower of his youth and the "v.; of his hmg power the vigorous ly A L young man who 'spiels' so i'fl piisly for the variety show on M lc- South street. Talk ahout fhi ?"ln a voice that fellow could 'jflKa first-class sawmill and never ;JmI1p hflS a foghorn faded on every count. His voice wouldn't stop toLBc, but it would start a scrap In jKghly civilized community. The day when he bellowed 'Nex' P iRce g'in right away a mule team tjhi'tay on Tenth East and a woman Sifflt In the Dooly block He I? a .LKnan In stature, but he has a mis Te wn'cn In'nt oe nls fortune if , lie could only out it up Into sections and not try to use- It all at once. The boy may be all right In his way, but he's a disturber of the pe...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 January 1904

T HI C THE SALT T,ATCR TRIBTOrB: lTffl)AY MOKNTN"G Jaotjaey 29, 1904. I p. . - If. I; EIGHT FEET OF ORE Fine Disclosure of Copper : ' in the Centennial. APPMACHING MAIN CHANNEL I Gold and Siivdr in Character istic Values. Another Instructive Lesson on the Continuity of the Ore Chutes in j Tinlic Limestones, ii Eight feet of ore containing from S to 4 per cent copper, with characteristic values in golrl and silver. Is the story brlelly told of a disclosure on the 1-150- I foot level of the Centennial Eureka, and r , ' to inquire Into which Managing- Dl j rector Holden and General Superintend ent Allen departed for camp last night. In the average property the manage ment would have characterized It as "a I strike." Not so v.l'h that of the Tintlc bonanza, who explained It as simply one of a number of "small arteries" i leading to the main channel, which lat- j tor Superintendent Brown believes he Is I rapidly approaching. Upon the level above the main channel reveals a width which Is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 January 1904

"m 'mmm 5sJ " THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE: FPJDAY MORNIN&s 29, 1904:. '7 fl T WmM 00ST ATCHISON Slot the Day on Wall HI Stre6t' 1ER FOR SHARES fvi Parly Allows the jjjffiis to Slip Back. Iirtes Steel Active, but Weak, yEer shares Were Not in j Er Splendid. Condition. 1 1 & fjc, Jan 28 The speculative V ill has persistently supported V Sgh the later stages at the re S desisted today and allowed flp bad: without any apparent "5" JjreslsU During the morning a 3 fas executed in Atchison, which y Ttock a large fraction over last Jj fwhlch was attributed to the ' mill parly for the purpose of j I Jthc market It was accom i 'ever, by the rumor that Atchl- In to be listed on the Berlin :he fact that Atchison has a 000,000 of bonds for sale was furnish a motive for stlmu narket for the stock. The as ineffective in checking the idency elsewhere The rally ur was palpably due to cov t contracts by room profes polnted to on inference thut lllng had been on tho short learsr however, found it so...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 January 1904

H; ' $ fHE SAIr.LAKB TRIBTOTB: FRIDAY MOKJQsG, J.A2TCJARY 29, 1904. J I IN THE WORLD OP SPORT I THEY BEAT THE BOSS i Big Gambler Is Whip-Sawed . by Little Ones. ! ' J 1 NEW WAY TO PLAY RACES I ! 1 A Padlroom Magnate Makes Theusands far Others, i i i Unique Scheme Worked by Clerks of a Bookmaker In a Conspiracy to Rob Their Employer. i Sow York, Jan. 2S. A-ftur havlnj? boen Iob-i1 several day?, n number of pool ifoms here controlled by :i bookmaker who Is credited with lia.Yins: won nearly St .000,000 on the racetracks last season reopened. "Yhon the places woro rlcseil It was said to be due to Use raise In nrlcc by the telcjrrnph company for raclnir rfMills, but, according- to the Jlor a d, the true reason wtw that the pro prietor discovered a conspiracy among mployecN whereby more than ?0,()O had been paid out In five month:?. A new staff of men now run the rooms I, H Is understood that all wagrers made ' In each room were honestly recorded on ' raeh shoot by the conspirators, but ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 January 1904

'4m rH fl- ' The Salt Lake Tribune: Friday Mokntn'g-, Jajshcjart 29. 1904. u H fMBLING TAX RAISED; 1 WOMEN TO BE SPARED LKstion of the Chief of Police to the New System Greatly iKtrcngthensd by a Pitiful Interview With a Woman MllL of ths Unfortunate Class. Il'lch tarlft on cards went Into ef night with the arrest of George proprietor of the Znng poker ifrhe arrest was made by Officers frand Leaker, who have been do HTte cpod tfork for two days in 5b': clothes. Jjast time Hayes was arrested, fjirce weeks ago, he was released to-bail and escaped with $75 fine, inlght he tendered the usual ball Jas thunderstruck when the desk fot informed him that the ante 7U ecn raised to $2,09. M feayes is evidently one of the few tjin Salt Lake who do not read 9 Tribune, or he would have known f So flavor had determined to in $ ilthe tax on gambling. He did avc the $29P. but was given an '4 tunlty to rustle, and came Jn In a iurse of an hour with the requisite 2 n. gold, bills, silver dollars, half...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 January 1904

H 10 The Sam? Xke Tribute: Friday Morrisx? Jastu&ry 29, 1904. .1 i1 " : : . ili H' CITY ANO NEIGHBORHOOD. n 1 H W. S. McCornick was registered last night at tho To ura! no hotel In Boston, He H Is In tlio East on business. H A meeting oC teachers and officers of St. T Paul's church will be held Immediately at H nt thn close of tho regular service this evening. H St3to Superintendent. Nelson received 1 -word from Superintendent Bowman or I Carbon county yesterday to the effect that I lie Is In urgent need of a Rood principal H and a Hrst-clasc primary teacher. H There will be services at the Jewish syn- H ngoguc beginning at 8 o'clock this cven- f Inc. The address will be by Rabbi Louis M G. Reynolds and. his subject will be Con- BL celt." Tho public Is cordially Invited. Bl Hl Frod ICInnoy. a young incorrigible, who l was released on probation by Judge Morso Ji n. month ago. Is back In jail. Truant Of- R llcer Sporry found him plnying cards with Hr a pan? of young toughs In a va...

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