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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 January 1904

1 ins 2fe Salt Ca k f tribune, ipi I & fe" " "" "WEATHER TODAY Fair, j ol. XJjVI. No. 289-10 Pag-es. Salt :Lake"City, Utah, Saturday Mothstng-, jAmjARY 30. 1904, Five Cents. ! III Russia's reply be a i messageof peace? m States Minister at Tokio Cables That Japan MLooks for Answer Tomorrow, and British Em jllbassador to Russian Court Says It Means Peace. w mngton, Jan. 23 The State dc- it has received a cablegram iTlted States Senator Griscom at feted today. In -which lie says it ted from St. Petersburg that the Jansu'er to the last Japanese (Irbe delivered tomorrow. There tfmatlon as to the nature of the tpt the message, isoclatcd Press has the authori se British Embassador at St. Ifrg for the announcement that il'an reply, v.hlch It is expected delivered tomorrow, is satisfac igh no further details are ob Jlt is assumed. If the Informa the Embassador is correct, that tias made certain concessions, it Great Britain will . prevail pan to accept them as satisfac- 11$ Ifcatemcnt o...

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. — 30 January 1904

Hl , 2 The salt Xiake tiubttjnte. Saturday Mossting, Jajntjary 30, 1904. ' j OFFICES WILL REMAIN Bancroft Says There Will Be l " No Changes Here. SHORT LINE SFFICES TO STAY I ' Union Pacific Offioos Will Re main In Omaha. I Now Head of the Great Eailroad Sys tom Pays a High Tribute to j' Salt Lake's Climate. Vice-President and General Manager r TV. II. Bancroft of the Union Pacific and Oregon ShorL Line talked rather freely yesterday regarding the rumors i i ' that have heen afloat since his election. I He trnid emphatically that there would be absolutely no change In the person nel of the ofTice forces here, and that the rumor about doing away with the Short Line office forces and merging them with the Union Pacific offices had absolutely no foundation. The Union ! Pacific offices at Omaha, he mid, would I remain at Omaha, and would not be transferred to Chicago as had been sug gested. ''This Is the finest climate In the i world," said he when he was asked hpw soon he would start o...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 January 1904

PI I THE SALT liAKE TRIBUNE; SATURDAY MOKMESG, JANUARY 30, 1904. , 3 ' H p$500fl FOR A LIFE Ministrator to Sue Seuth- Wp'L FOR 9GDEN CANYON M'nito Appointed to a Posl- jftisn in Philippines. iTyear Graduation Esorclses at the jcentral School Minor Mcn tion and Personals. TRIEUNE BUREAU. W. 09 Eccle Building. V Ogden, Jan. SO. j Suit will be filed In Brlgham City yf by M D. Lessengor. as attorney E. D. Bcllo, administrator of the es 3pf Domnnlok Becnstro, deceased, nst the Southern Pacific Railroad pany. for $5ttO damages. The corn it alleges the deceased was crushed to jffjbetwecn a couple of bearding cars f oRiip last April The defendant was Jng water, and, when passing be n the two cars, they were struck by tngln and deceased was caught iie 8U the drawheada and crushed and tried so badly that he died almost in-Uy. Syeak, graduation i exercises at ogden tl midyear graduating exercises were 'at the Central school yesterday mom largo nuTrtbr of the friends nnd onR of the school were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 January 1904

4- The Salt IjAJZE Tjroiinb: Saturday jNIoejstgs-g, Jaisiiit 30, 1904. 1 J H ' Issued Every Morning by Hj Salt Lafco Tribune Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, B Publisher and General Manaqer. Entered at tho Postofflce of Salt Lake City as second-clans matter. H 1 TERMS OF SUnSCRIPTION'. H Daily and Sunday Tribune, one week. 5 .25 H Dally and Sunday, one month J.w 1 Daily and Sunday, two months .... -.w H Dally nnd Sunday, three months.... -.09 H Dallv and Sunday, one year J-.w H Sunday Tribune, ono year.... z.w H I Sundnv Tribune, fix months l.w H Ceml-Wcckly Tribune, onft year l.0 T All remittances and business lcttern H should bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, H Salt Lake City. Utah. H S C Bockwlth. Special Agency, Solo Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of- H flee, -C5-i-5-78-4D Tribune Building, New V Tork. Western office. 610-512 Tribune- H Building, Chicago. Hj Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. H: Tribune Telophono Numbers. Hi Business Office. S0 T Citv Editor. !4-3...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 January 1904

J, 1 . .the Salt Laios tktbtohe; Saturday zzoi&rnsG, jaktjary 30, 1904. - IB Through MTHETRAP idsffrry D Egbert, a Double flurderer, Pays Penalty . "WVith His Life, in Oregon st Words Were of TjWParningf to Boys. "gj fiero, or.. Jan 20, "My friends, you fc Jnc a condemned man; take me as a k; keep your children off the street, ?'above all, out of the saloons. Gen- jen, my heart aches for you and ts i children. Bad rnlslng and bad pony Is the direct result of my ST jifall. That's all. My heart is too ho say much- I have repented my Pith t c above words fresh on his ithe trap was sprung exactly at 12:42 rk, and Harry D. Egbert, the mur- fv J : rarney county, October 14, 1903. paid UlJ 'penalty with his HCe for his crime. M rt died bravely. 1 id,' wry Egbert, alias Jack Frost, ex lllll ct DUrs'ar ant niurdorev, was 'm jedlfor one of the bloodiest crimes ''. ' committed in the State of Oregon, , Wiling of John G. Saxton' and his Watd Pinion, In the Wild Horse valley. iber H, 1903. S...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 January 1904

T H 1 ;( i 6 - the salt ttte Trtbunte: Satuicdat Moics-xntg, Jatjajeiy 30, 1904. 1. I: CASH FOR UNCLE SAM Week's Earnings Reminis cant of Old Days. ORE ANB CONCENTRATES Lassaes Sanding Some High Grade Rack. Possibility of Its Return to the Divi i dend Column Mill Is Now- ' Producing Steadily. HL The prodigality with which Uncle H Sam of Tlhtlc has responded to the needs or the troaBiiry during the week encourages the beilef th.it it will rc ' appear in the dividend column the prcs Jr cut season, the receipts, -according to an exhibit made by Manager Chipman H yestcrdny. amounting to $5710 .slnco Monday lust, while live, more carloads of ore are at the sampler, wiih another consignment of concentrates to reach it t!:ls morning. An analysis of the atatc Hp j juor.t reveals that to' the -week's earn l)'"s, the lessees, of whlcli th'.ne are five H sets now operating in the old stopey in liumbv.g ground, contributed $$Q0O, one M, carload of ore from this source mnrket- t Jng for $?C00, n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 January 1904

I 1 I ' rHE BATTTTi ATTIC XHIBTOSTE: SATTJIQtt&Tf ISlOinZlJsG? 0; ltfU4.T 7 . : 1 ONTO MiGAWBEB iters Are Waiting for fi&S ithing to Turn Up. Si " JAY IN WALL STREET 2 u3 f Shares Wavarlng and vJm i Uncertain. I Regarding the War Situation jji1 five Far East Helped to lsV Paralyze the Market. rJc, Jan. 2?. Prices of stocks hal .7 nffi uncertain movement today, iy deserved the name of fluc '.gh purine the courso of the day JjAj.l ;t enmo almost absolutely to a Tho undertone was heavy, and the slight advances at ono fned wero Indifferently held. ; (the conviction that some sort ) .was near at hand In the strained A n the far East helped to paral I Ifttlvo activity. Even tho com .' irketn reflected some dlspoal- 1 rait tho dcflnto outcome of the ,'KpIy to the Japanese proposals, in. borts of the ninh of food shlp ; roas the continent to fill Rus h's . orders were of somo slgnlfl . 'to the effect of war upon do rtWj ' ialnces here It Is pointed out PAka no S2.11S.CO0 which the s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 January 1904

; 8 KEE SAIT IjAKEj TBTBTOTE: SATURDAY MOB2SncyG JCTAinr 30, 1904:. I IN THE WORLD OP SPORT I JERRY IS SECOND REST H Sieleff Got the Decisien in H the Contest. I ' FIGHT WENT TWENTY R6UN8S Good Crowd Witnesses! Merl torlous Exhibition. Hl McCarthy Claimed Ho Should Have Hnd Decision, and the Pair HLj Hay Meet Again. ' "'It vas the Dutch" (hat got the de- i ldon In the twenty-round' bout between Otto SlelofC and Jerry McCarthy at the Grand theater last ntght. It was a fast Hj fight between the Irish and the Dutch Sor the wliitc -weltcr-welghl champion rhlp and every one was satisfied with 1 the way they -went at It. Sieloff took the aggressive from the start and fought for ' just about all thcr was in him every round, Jerry, the local favorite, Jicpt on the defensive, only straightening up H' from -his famous crouch three or four H times durinsr the game. He was fresher. apparently, tlian Si'eloiT at the end of H. the twentieth and would have worn him Hr cut in a few more rounds. , E...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 January 1904

H 1 . . the Salt Lake Tribune: saturdat moknetg, Jajtdxrt 30. 1904; 9 Ijl IDollar Teag I 8S Preniiiini AilCoffeesl i Free ""spices r cents Baking WtbEach yorth Powder W L They are Beauties Iff A thousand kinds yjl CeI to Select from. j ? It Pays to P j$ jJL Trade at j Kg Great American Importing Tea Co's p tr k 245 MAIN ST., j Jy jZTY' UTAH' 6T for" a prize 3$ I H lists in Legal Battle for I'? j $300 Plum. i If3' & ABD OF JUB6ES UPHELD Si! . JS in-Sult Granted and Writ if Mandate Refused. toss, Of E - Vln Evans and J. 33. Fairbanks B&ten In Their Suit Against the WoAt ; Utah Art Institute. TtH . mar;: i 5S 1 ' Ttf j the mandamus action brought by ifftn Evans and J. E, Fairbanks L ftt llnst the Utah Art Institute et al. C'W -compel the awarding of the State of H3d tt ot $300 to the plaintiffs, Judge rday granted the motion of h J defendants lor non-suit and refused $f" i' flTit of mandate prayed for. The ? Ttt whi.h has been on trial in the Dls- let court for the past two day...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 January 1904

H, ; 10 THE SAM1 IjAKB TSJBUNB: SATURDAY MOTCSTXG, JAJARX 30, 1904. 1 Hr 1 Ix ; -: ' CITY AND NEI6HB0RHOO9. ! ' President Frank J. Howlett of tho City p'ouncll atitl wife left yentordny for a ten la ns' visit In California. Tho 15-year-old son of Councilman Comor nf Lohl Buffered the nmputnllon of a leg i , nt the Holy Cross hospital yesterday. Sarah Ann Shoebridge, who wo born l In England eighty-one years ago and 'has Jived In Salt Lako for fifty yearn, died if old ape at 90 Grape r.trect yesterday, She was the wife of Dr. C. E. Shoebridge. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made. John McCloaky reported at tho police I station yesterday that someone, had stolon ills bUKgy from the shed back of the Vnl I :'y House. H found tracks leading cast an Brlclmni street, which caused him to suspect several local millionaires of tho iarcon. r Six cases of chlckenpox wcro reported to the Board of Health ofTIco yesterday l frhe patients are Sidney Nelson, aged 10. . m Lake avenue; Ray Penr...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

mm .-L' f WEATHER TODAY Partly cloudy a nd unsettled. fo7"1- No. 290--.' Sam? Lake Pitt, Utah, Stohday Moemg, Jajary 31, 1904, " jtivts Cents I llarvels of Radium, Rumors of War and Talk of Peace I tfKi laH ,"4.44 ey.d..' i tor ?i ,100,000. 4 ?iS j if. Ulopcd Copper Claim in 4 G.i rfzona Brings Big Price. . 4 2 hec, Arl&. Jan. ax-Probably 4 Vew, hcst price over paid for an 4- idopwl property in Arizona 4 tS DlU today 1,1 th tran,fer C shattuck-Costcllo group of 4 V claims from their Blsbcc 4 ' & 0 Eastern capitalists from 4 7' . superior copper belt. Tljo 4 -J aeration is JU0O.00O. 4 ? 1' purchasers are Archie M. 4 p. J wbn of Dululh. Minn- Mar- 4 a Wkl Wtlfon of Superior, Mich., A. 4 atrj fc of Sr. Paul and Thomas 4 on of Ashland. Wis. 4 s. heaviest owner among the 4 WirS, rs is L. C Shuttuck, a proml- 4 itV franker and mining man of 4 The property comprises 4 icrcs, sltualcd in tho richest 4 Vnf the Blsben district. 4 144 4 444444444 44 cue ; , i f PR1BUNB SPECIAL. Sb! ,a,...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

I v Tttv, p,atw "Rattr Trtbukb. Stosdat jMoes-jdst6-, d-amr-AJtT 31. 1904. ' . Ijll UNCLE SAM OUT OF GOLD. , Washington, J.in. 30 For the hrst time in many years the treasury finds itself without any gold coin in itsr-vnults. It is explained that this condi- tion Is the result of an unprece- dented demand for gold ccrtlfl- f catcs during the time when the -f i mints have been fully employed I in coining Philippine silver and I subsidiary silver for the United States. The increased demand I -f for gold certificates, which could 4- ; -f- only be issued for gold coin in v -f the treasury, came about I -t- through the needs of large bank- ' ing institutions In the great com- I, 4- merclal centers which had large ! amounts of notes of small de- - nominations on hand which they 4- wished to exchange for gold cer- 4- 4- tiflcates of larger denominations. 4- I 4- The Secretary lias given in- 4- i 4- structlons for the mints at 4- I 4 Philadelphia and San Francisco 4- I 4 to begin the coinag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

I. The Salt Imke Tkibtotb: Sitkpat Mokstn-g, Jajhjary 31. 1904. H liGUS LABEL MAKERS rW MAKE A NOVEL PLEA 'Wrork. J-- so.-"Why, your nJ9' shouted William Strauss. "I am UtafctatiW business man and I cannot Einot help that," replied the court. toiQ4fcfio sentence of the court that you twKniiam Haas must serve ton days 2Pn awition w payIng a llne 0 5500 'Gfil. Imi voUr honor." cried Haas. "I am Kn Europe on Thursday next I f. jinked my passage and have my Uokets. It will ruin, mo to co to jail." "You tried to ruin many men bv these counterfeit labelE," said the Judge, "and the sentence of the court will not be chauged." Both remonstrated loudlv as they were led away to jail. Strauss and Haas were found guilty of counterfeiting and selling labels. The Judge who heard the caso sentenced them by first announcing a fine of $500 each. They seemed pleased at this, but when the Judge added "ten days In prison" they sprang from their chairs In protest.. Legislators dodge 2 vote for senator sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

H s 4. The Salt Laics TRE3TO3S: susmAY Mommft jr actuary 31, 1904. H DROPS OUT OF SIGHT H Ogden Police Asked to Look H- for hissing IVIan. H WILL BE SLUT OF TOMATOES H, 1 Stockholders Sue fer Recovory sf Mining Shares. ' Child Culture Club Holds an Intor- cstlng Meeting Union Depot Baggago Chief. Heslgns. TRIBUNE BUREAU 209 Ecclcs Building:. V H. Ogden, Jan. 31. ) Chief of Police Browning has received a letter from E. D. Wlghtman of Oak land, Cal., asking for Information con corning the whereabouts of II. S. Hall of that city. It Is claimed Mr. Hall stopped over in Ogden while en route Hl from Denver to Oakland, but he has not H been seen or heard of since -writing to Mr. TVightman to that effect. Col. Hall is described as being a man 6S years of age. with gray hair and Hli . moustache, weight 175 pounds, height 1 about 5 feet 5 inches, and ho wore a 1 medium dark business suit and a soft brown hat The third finger on his fi right hand had been amputated at the second joint. He wore...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

THE &AUT JjlAKB TRIBUKBi SlINDAT jAmjAXCY 31, 1904. 5 H H sod of litigatiOxN Cal ; SWAMPS THE COURTS. district Court, Even With Four Judges, Is Submerged Under a Mass of Legal Business That Is Piling Higher Each Day. . fiS fencing that there arc now sj, ta oi the Third Judicial DIs- ' J ri'the pressure of business Is fit Is Impo'Klble for them to S.S rfth the esses and figures sc ar fi the County Clerk's office tturts to be 2C3 cases behind In lt? tor M03. All four courts ,m fcr almost continuously and are working hard to keep Wi ie litigants, who are constanl- to them for a settlement o Iuces. A few figures from office will sunice to show ,-hlch the work Is piling up. LES OF INTEREST. , yCar a total of 970 cases the District court. Of this were civil actions and 1C1 tl cases. The fact that 2C8 cases were actions for dl Ence that the marriages are Ihey should be. The great the divorce suits come up Hall, but a large number all of the other Judges. It 'y that this class- of lltlg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

H , 6 'XSB SAITEAKE TBIBTOTB; SOjSPAY Moksikg-, Jactabt 31, 1904.'' . J If SLUFF SUCCEEDS POKER AMONG ARIZONA SPORTS I Social suoccss in Arizona no longer dc , penda on ono'n ability to play draw r.tud poker. From Proscott to Blsboo It Is fluff, morning, noon nml night. Whoro the gnnie c.imo from, who Intro duced It, and wluit l( nntcreder.ts were no one seems to remcmher. Tor two years sluff haa been growing In popularity every day, and the man who cannot pluy It leads a lonely Ufa 'Sluff la chcapor for the stranger than poker, for, oa a rulo. it is not played for money. Drinks for the crowd Is'iho usual I penalty of losing- a game, and strangers I aro supposed to buy the drinks In any 1 event. Llko all card games. which attain 1 sudden populurlty, sluff Is easily explained I and ciulckly learned. In spite OL luj sim plicity great .skill can hn developed, ami i Arizona has many crackajack players. Ordlnavllv a gamo takes ubotil fifteen n.lnutes. In Perircc. where It la now tho fash...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

The Salt Lake Tbibuntb: Stjstday MoKNXEsr&, Jaotjaiit 31, 1904. . 7 H ITHREWTHE TURK llgssian Lion" Wins Great p: Wrestling Match. im Hj))pH PRIZE WAS SI 0,000 rnpionsliip of tho World Al so at Stake. (Efccst Called Out a Great Crowd of W3m. Londoners, Including. Many ... I EMs' wmen- inffendon, Jan. 30. In a Gracco-P.oman pJEgtllns match at the Olympla tonight JFpthe champlonrhlp of the world, a ifW e of $10,000 and a side bet of $500. Qj TSi Hackenschinldt, n Russian, won w "grst fall within one minute from j&L med Madrali, a Turk. Madrali's n vas dislocated at the elbow by the ' and Hackenschinldt was declared; dinner of the bouL "he Olympla as crowded by thou ' ids of Londoners, whose Interest had in' aroused by reports concerning- the Jmratlons of the men for the match. T" ten had been going on for several cks. SiAfij loth men took the mat apparently In fli ijplnk of condition, Hackenschmldt Ighlng 20S pounds and the Turk 221. I&'tf if.the ringside the betting was C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

T fl. 8 THE SAIf liAKE TBIBUKBi SUNDAY MomsTNT&. J&KU&ECX 31, 1904. I REGISTER FOR VISITORS HIGH IN THE TOWER I, There Ja now no excuse for any one to - b mutilate the walte and casing of the tower In the city and county building by Inscribing their names with pen, pencil, paint or Jack knife. The custodian of ilie building-. C. V. Anderson, lias se cured a large register, -which will serve the egotistical purposes of all visitora to leave their mark behind them. The register Is a large book, in which vlsit j ors may place their signature?, with J aate of visit and place of residence. ' A vlalt to the tower of the joint bulld- I, Ing Is one of the principal features of a visit to Zlon. There are many people I living In In? city who have no Idea of the great height of thlB tower or the immensity of Uie view that can be ob tained from his commanding position. . "When in the top of the tower the ob server is on a level with Fort Douglas, fur out on the east hills. A good vi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

i The Salt Lake TBrgrorE: ptotday Moksxsg-, J.orcr.A3nr 31. 9 H 3ASHED INTO POLE; m MET INSTANT DEATH rjmil Accident That Bsfell Young: Joseph D. Calder Yes CWT terday Afternoon While Coasting With Friends jS. ; 011 tne as Bench in This City. I -clock yesterday afternoon Jo Calder, the 17-ycar-oId eon of jlder, happily left hJs home to ,e pleasures of an afternoon ami 1" ,css tlmn onc nour llia lifeless body was brought his heart-broken mother, rrible catastrophe occurred on South street, Just below Tenth n company with Clyde Wls bose brother was almost killed une hill less than a month ago, hi.. ,lMin tho i 1 1 1 nn n smnll ,s numb u"' - ft id steering by the lylns jfjttfcod. The first and second ere highly excitlnsr and more tfeaslng to the 3'oungsters. who ter the Icy track at a break-neck 0n the next trip all went well Ik ftecp incline of the hill was J I Suddenly the schooner struck 1 ding rock and bounding Into the Ihed with full speed Into a tole pole. As the Calder boy was l...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

; 10 The Sait Laics Trxbotte: suistdat Morotn'g, Jatjahy 31, 1904, J I" : : FOR THIRTY BULLIONS Another Stupendous Com I pany-Organized. I SENATOR LEWIS'S TRIUMPH j List, of Big Mines Passas the ' Examination, ' Pounder Leaves for tho East on Heels of the Expert To Issue' $0, 000,000 in Bonds. When Stale Senator A. B. Lewis flapped the train last night with New York as his destination ft was, with powerful Eastern alliances, to perfect an i amalgamation of mining Interests, a ' consolidation of mineral-bearing areas I in Utah and Nevada, ihat shall have as a capitalization no less than $20,000,000, co-operating with him some of the most prominent Jlgures In the realms of finance, The new company Is to be launched as the Monarch Mines and Smelting corporation, one-half the chares at which It shall be capitalized to be placed In the treasury, while de benture bonds in the sum of 56.O00.0CO drawing 5 par cent per annum and run ning for a period of twenty years will be made to provide t...

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