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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 February 1904

. I The Sat.t Tiatc-?i Tkibuke: Moxday Moknistg 1KBKTJARX 1, 1904. 3 II i i i i H IpSn IN OGDEN Htflffok for Spring Business m' Flattering. HLIIH6 BSOM PROMISED MjEws of Some f th Leading jjjjp Merchants. B.in a Closet Destroys Wearing fcAppUel Perconnl Notes and Jllnor Mention. W I TIM BUN'S BUREAU, -j ) t" Ecclcs Bui I dint'. I- Vj? 1 Ogden. Feb. 1. J - 5 projects of Ogden In WW seem P. vcrv bright and indications point t Prosperous cr-anon. With the open ly of .-prlng. building, which has been Y' lit. for a couple of monthg, will be 1 5s active j e archlteela report that they arc "1 ftfnc upon a large number of plans fopeclflcatlons for several bualncFS tfa. and a la rue number of resl vuk icon- Many small collages and lene- nt-houses will be erected In the rall ' i 3. dlttrkt for the use of the cm lets of the trunk lines. S jjjiroal crlate men report that there lJ' Ht a vacant house lo be had In the t Investors have consequently de li upon the erection of a number of niti lS and...

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. — 1 February 1904

4- THE SAXT IAJOE TErsinsrE: MOZSTDAY MOEOTtfG- FEBRUARY 1, 1901, I ; , I Issued Every Mornlne by Salt Lake Trlbuno Publishing Company. I PERRY S, HEATH, ( I Publisher and General Manager. Entered at the Postofilco of Salt Lake " City aa sccond-alasa matter. V TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ; Daily and Sunday Tribune, ono week. .5 . Dally and Sunday, ono month. l.w Dally and Sunday, two months. z.uu Dally and Sunday, throo mbnths.... 3.00 Dally and Sunday, ono year J.w Sunday Trlbuno, one year. --J" Sundav Tribune, six months... J.w ' i Beml-Wcckly Tribune, one year...... l. I All remittances and buslncao lottew ' I should bo addressed to I TRIBUNE PUBLISHING- COMPANY, Salt Lake City. Utah, v S. C. Beckwith. Special Arrency. Solo 1 . ' Eastern Advertising Agent Eastern of flce. 45-44-45-47-8--10 Tribune Buildlnp, New ; j York. Westorn office. G10-C12 Tribune 1 Building. Chicago. 1 Washington Bureau 1417 G Street, j i 1 ! Tribune Telephone Numbers. I Business Offlcs ii"A,;:'3M ) Clti- Editor...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 February 1904

1 1 1 IECE 'BAIjT XtAKE TRTBUXE: MOXDAY MOKNXJSTG, FEBRUARY 1, 1904, 5 H J'bBon convicts . jljj SUwe Gives Peniten- tiiry Figures. ' j I INTERESTING FACTS -County Has Strang Lead (in Representation. 'slj i Ptnj stxact of the Information to - ' tuld Before Gov. Wells 'V " in a Few Days. iS R6Uf. cleric nt the Utah State J it preparing an annual report '.Si cord? and conditions of the In- -' ' i, which tflll be presented to the A r la a few days. The report II feat the dally average of prls fr'the year was 160 44-100. Rlfttl t.'ihe vear 1003 there were 131 i received at the penitentiary, rere discharged. Sixteen were one died, one committed sul tvas executed; one was killed r was sent to the Insane asy abulatcd report of the crimes the men were sentenced It Is t (he crime of grand larceny ltd. There were sixteen caes ncn were sentenced for that larglary was. next w,tn four cretllt, while there were thlr tnecs for robbery. In all ht different crimes were rep y the men who -were- receiv...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 February 1904

I The Sa"ltLajke Trjjbtjn Monday Moknxln&, Febrtjaiqt 1, 1904. -JL BORE FOR S5.n0C.00G H H Capitalization of the New H j Oil Company. Hl H ' INCREASED FROM $800,000 H 1 Additional Water fir Utah Cup- , per Company. H' Donovan-Do vr'c Scrap Ovor Grubstako j Log Cabin Strike High-Grado J , Rock in Victor Con. j; H f I So favorable are conditions at the Hjl ; j Guffey & Galey oil and gas bore out oC i Farmlngton to results for -which, the ' undertaking- -was Incepted that It has ft . been decided to increase the capltnllza- Hl ! ' tion of the company now being organ- Hl I lzcd under tho laws of Pennsylvania, to 16,000,000, although it wtis originally fixed at but SS0O.0O0. This was decided j on come days ago and as it is agrco- 1 able to all interests, including Mr. Guf- j fey, who-is now in Pennsylvania, and Mr. Galey, who is in Texas, the amend ment to the articles of incorporation l has. it Is said, been ordered. While the HII figures appear stupendous they arc not out of li...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 February 1904

K 'I THE SAIjT JLAKE TBIBTC03: MOXDAY MOBXESTG, FEHRTJAilY 1, 1904. - - J 5al trolley line ; g ilirtdi Farmers Will Ust j5 I EUctric Power. 'i rotvl c popularity of electricity as lotKc power la already evident In Utah itttms to And equal favor In Colorado, kuh judge i"om th0 Incorporation of the H ij,frn Railway and Utility company Djnver a few days ago. The dlrcctora S(L GiOTfH J Spear of Greeley; Charles ' Run 8-t V A Greeley merchnnt; E. J. iwr of tho Union bank of Greeley; li4 f' jr sethman of tho electrical firm i Rtimcr .t SethmaJi. Denvor: and Wll rv --in'son, the Denver roprMcnlailve of :ljjS "vstrrn Electrical Supply company Fh'oS9 Intention of the company to J Jr.hf. farming districts In ovcry dlrcc- . iliJi Orley as tho huh. A branch S. northwest to Wellington. In Lari at Irnunty. and perhaps on to Fort Col- r, Tt 1 Stated In the articles of lncor 5 iuon that the lino will bo built from "- S.J "to Erie on tho Burllmrton & Mln 'Uv n. distance of about forty mile. J.T ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 February 1904

8 Tim BAUT IiAKE TBTBOTTEi MONDAY MORXPTG-, FEBRUARY 3 , 1904. 1 1 IN THE WORLD OF SPORT I FRED CONKLIN TO EN 1 j, TER BILLIARD CONTEST fred conkle. IM New York, Jan. 31.. When, the Na I tional Association of Amateur Billiard I Players holds Its contest for the cham pionship of the United States In Feb ruary. Fred Conklln, the well-known Chicago player, will be one of the con testants. , The games arc to take place on the tables of the Llederkranz club, In this ' city. Heretofore the contests have ta- I!' BIG BALL MEN j. CONFER. MAGNATES FR03I THE EAST ' ; GATHER ON" THE PACIFIC i COAST, J San Francisco, Jan. 31. Edward Han , Ion, manager of the Brooklyn Motional . ' baseball team, arrived hero today. He A Is one of the committee appointed to ' J confer with the Pacific coast managers ' it on tho question of settling differences bc- tween tho bJg Eastern organizations and M tho coast league. James A. Hart of Chl , I cago Is also here, and the two are await ' I lng the coming of Pres...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 February 1904

" THE SALTliAICE rRIBTOHE: MOKNXffG FEBRUARY 1, 1904;. 9 ' ! H I i WHERE TO SHOP. Clljj CRAM Jfl fcroackaKo goods; it Is very fine. X Tca Co., 73 W. 1st So. 3 iTlT Pi'lZE APPLES; OUAKAnT ' 'h eras: choice creamery butter. ).J orJB Utah Produce Exchange. M fcPSo?: 'Phone a. r4 TpAlNLESS DENTISTRY. irtl-CLASS WORK. LOW PRICES. j 4j jp"-4-1 SO MAIN' ST. rtM P,AN3 TUN,?J:l- fflh inf nlnros. with Paynes & Romncy . 5 Co.. C070-K. 10 Richard st. , j r22Sl ?up EST WOOD. PIANO TUNER ' fairer Held". W Main. Tel. 2152-X. jj ELOCUTION. PHKatE DELLE DAVIS PIERPONT r Jffi rammi-rcla! Club bldg. r!724 K' PERSONAL. KVjIES! CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH fctTOj-al Pills are the best. Safe. Re- W rcke no other. Smd -lo stamps Kirtleular. "Relief for Ladles." In AKTVy return mall. Ark your druggist. Htster Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Kpfrfluous HAIR. MOLES. ETC.. .KLjby X-rays or electric needle. Lula KTm D. Constitution blk. rl076. f0VE AN J FOUNDRY WOKK3. KvES. RANGES. CASTINGS.' RE mti and repaired, ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 February 1904

H 10 ' the Salt Ijakb tribune: moxday roB3nyG-iBRUAiiY i , i9i)4 j I: CITY AND NEI6HBIRH00I. . , 1 Arcathcr for Today Fair. Tho maxl- , I mum temperature yesterday was 40 de grees; minimum, 19. - Hon. William If. King will be umiblo J tn address the Reviewers' club at then 1 . meeting this afternoon and tho programme " . ' will be In charge of Mrs. Delano and Mrs. Georgia Snow-Oarletnn. s ... Utile Crystal Taylor, tho oight-ycnr-old granddaughter of John IT. Kcdd. who lives on Sixth South, fell downstairs Sat urdnv forenoon and broke her right nrm above tho elbow. At last accounts the little lady was doing nicely. 1 ' The Press club has Issued invitations to Its annual banquet, whlcli will bo given at the Commercial club next Saturday eyen j ' ing. All who have received Invitations I must send In their acceptances not later i than next "Wednesday to secure scats, as the list will close on that day. I Tn tho account of the tragic death of. i Josoph D. Culder yesterday morning an 1 in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 February 1904

11 V J? V T7TSATBZHR TODAY Partly cloudy, with local snow. 'S? r0L. XLrYl. No. 292-1 2 Pages. Salt Lake City, Utah, Tuesday MOKSEsrG-. February 2. 1904, Five Cents. H 3 YSTERY OF A RED HORROR. OF SEVEN YEARS AGO II $ SOLVED AND MURDERERS ARE BEHIND THE BARS I jgiROFF SAYS INSPECTORS Impted his father itional Disclosures in f Machen Trial. I WAS TEMPTER sr Groff Immunity Considerations. & Groffs Price of Fas e Reduced, or Gov ild Take No More. , 1. -Samuel A. Groff. o street letter box fns nlshlng ol which con o have been improperly ik the stand In the pos I how ho conceived the the device and the of n to tlnd some one be take an active Interest d been adopted before proposed to work up ior of It among the country. The witness lever spoke a word to fastener other than to to a question put by e test, that It fitted too he said, he had never diiz, and after making h hhn witness said he aln until last summer, ml BY INSPECTOR. 1 A. Grorf on the stand off. son of Dlllcr 15. response t...

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. — 2 February 1904

H.1 2 " ' Turn Ratp Lattti Tribtjnib. Tuesday Mo:R:Ni3S'Gr5 Fjgbruaux 2, 1904. 1 . 1 UTAH'S EXHIBIT REM - . i Will Be Forwarded to St, J Louis This Week. 1 COMPRISES MANY CARLOADS I! I Aftermath of tho Salt Lako S I Poultry Show. . i 1 What It Cost Ogden for Road Work f , During Last Year Personal ; I Minor Mention. i f : . V , . TRtBUNE BUREAU, t j ' 203 Ecdles Building. J !j Ocrten, Feb. 2. ) . j "Director-General Whftaker was In Ogden ; yesterday, completing arrangements for Iho shipment of the Utah exhibit to the World's fair at St. Louis. The 'shipment Is lclng divided between tho different rall I roads, and beforo tho end of this week tho entire exhibit will bo on tho road to ' St. 'Louis. Three- expert geologists are i row In The Held collecting mineral specl ( 1 menu,. One Is B. A, Perkins, a United j States field engineer of the geological survey. Another one Is a graduate from l Stanford university. Mr. Whlmker has received 'five - tons of hematite nial five tons of magnet...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 February 1904

: I i The Salt Lake Trxbiine: Tuesday MoByryG, Febkuaut 2, 1904. 3 H TAi MAN TRAVELS m .'in search of spouse x&b pJbune SPECIAL. P& EvanstonWyo., Feb. l.-For several tfj ?nf Washirion Tracy has been scour- h c the A'ntr' ,n thlB vIclnltv ln :'"lch ofls wife, whom He say Tiij ? lopeJ t11! a 'ounff man' tak,"P wllh : 2 ' her W f their savings. The Tracys SSL ; jlved ni Jlper, Utah, and were, happy EvU untll theipcarancc of the young man, KuV whose nqc 's unknown to Tracy, ap- -'iT A FOOT-RACER. if Hlity Came in Handy When It y ; Ceme to Chasing Lambs, ;Rfl I01 8torv comes from a sheep &10 P 'n outhc Utah. Not long since .-tS i. I?an frcsh from college work. W" i? 8efl by hls father that If he Ut and d0 hard work for a -0JJ u ' , years- at the end o that time ti itl!,nt W0Uld slve m a responsl- jitf' Thir! n wuh h,s housc- 1 to'rh0" C0nacnlcd to this proposition ), J be hCianB for a starter. taln J" made areements with a Jl in , "h?pman to W the young KtM f Sa,arj' Tl,c arr...

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. — 2 February 1904

S i THU SAIiTlAKE XREStUNJii: XUJtfSAY JlOICNT2sTG, JBBBKTJART IS, lyU4. ll ' Issued Every Mornlnff by ! Salt Lake Trlbuno Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, Publisher and Genoral Monaper. ) Entered at tho Pojtofnce of Bait LiAKt) , City aa sccond-claas matter. ; I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' DcJlv and Sunday Tribune, one week. 5 .25 'i Dally and Sunday, one month. l.JW II Dally and Sunday, two months. 3.W i Dally and Sunday, three months.... s.w I Dallv and Sunday, one year JJ' I I Sunday Tribune, ono year. f-w I Sundav Trlbuno. sli months i.w . ',' 6eml-"Vcckly Tribune, one year...... l.w All remittances and business letters i hould bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, . ? Salt Lciko City. Utah. ; S. C. Beck-with, Special Afronoy, Solo ' Eastern Advertising AsenL Eontern of- ficc. 3--4517-4S-19 Trlbuno Bulldlnic. New , j Tork. Western ofnee, 610-512 Tribuna ) ' Building. Chicago. j j Washington Bureau 1417 G Street ) 1 Trlbuno Telephone- Numbers, i I Business Office- Vl'V:."2...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 February 1904

iii" I JB j ' he Sait :lake Tribune: Tuesday aioRyiyq, Pebrxjaby , mo4, 5 IEnkcustomers to i ; pay for bank checks A kake Clearing-House Adopts a Rule to Relieve the J Banks of Printing Check-Books, and Placing the 7 . Cost on the Depositors. 4 f V, future loral banking llrms ; fare members of the clcarlng f charge depositors and others jeckbooks which heretofore have famished free. The minimum lis 10 cents for which a book of 1 jts v, III be furnished. 1 feclston to charge for the books i ) Jcjiel by the executive committee ! 'salt Lake clearing-house, on the IL' ( January and became ea'cetlve Tile banks have decided that jErs'arc as well able to stand the tot the books as Uio institutions. ijnse of any lithographing or s X Dcy wollt thal may be eslred (o be borne by the customers. The 1t B6 tuIc has been ndopted by the tair i se committee of the clearlng- rTa and a"cr Febmaiy 1. 1301. cheek ("damage ASKED r Injury Filed Against the Rio Grande, ralmstrom brought an action l0 damagf...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 February 1904

L j 6 the Salt XiAjoj teibunu.' Tuesday Mob:kxr,g-, February- 2, 1904. COPPER CROP SMASHES RECORD I: THE CHOP OF COPPER New Record Made in Janu I' ary's Output. NEARY 3.500,000 POUNDS j Splendid Exhibit by tho Valley I Plants. Ii - i . 1 ! ( Value of Product Approximately u V1 $750,000 Tonnages of Ore Re 1 . duced During- the Month. i t The crop of copper bullion-containing sold and silver during1 the month of January exceeded all previous records, j ' the output forwarded by the various I plants in Salt Lake valley to the East I 1 ern refineries during that period attaln j lng a total o 3,175,150 pounds, of which volume 2,S03.1SO pounds emanated from the Independent plants, the American j Smelting and Refining company report ' lng -with the balance. While the valua i I tlon of this splendid output from the j I copper furnaces cannot. In the absence ' i of data that Is inflexibly withheld by ' i, the local managers of the companies, I i bo accurately computed, it can be said ! witho...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 February 1904

- Tee Salt Take Tbibuxe: Tuesday Mokntdstg-, February 2, l90i. 7 I WS LISTLESS lot" yif Harks the Market $ i Wall Street. $'f $i Is INSIGNIFICANT I 5 Sj fiealatlin Leeked Up- S53 Wlth Misgiving. fSM: .!?; f Hontana Courts in Amal i4' 1 Case Caused Shares in. Nl it Stock to Advance. SI, ? Feb, 1- All of tho Interest M"rtock market ccntorcd In a fctlvo Issue?, which woro derations special lo thcra !ng no bearing on general Incsa conditions. Lho market was Inert and rs were Insignificant and llmost imperceptible. Tho ot the stagnation was un rcallratlon sharpened by leu- of last week's events that the January boom rtlvc, and that speculative . Wd balked at tho leadership r' Struct It Into tho purchase of ho condition of banking ac the expectation of a check to 41 uUtion of rcseryoa In New "Mat iDted as a warning that tho i&nnlattd activity by specu ri rtioas had about passed. 2 etous" figure reached by tho - k of tho banks is In Itself T 0 txerclso an Intimidating ef 25' cnlative o...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 February 1904

: ' H;i ! s - ' The Baut Lake Tribtote: Tuesday Mobjstdntg February 2, 1904:. - II; IN THE WORLD OF SPORT I: -, B. Y. TEAM WINS ! THE SOLDIERS FROM FORT j DOUGLAS MEET THEIR WATERLOO. 1 , TRIBUXK SPECIAL. Logan. Fpu. 1. The bnskctbnll game In J tins H. V. C. gymnasium tonight between i , ( 1 Use Fort Douglas and Agricultural college te.-imx was won by tho locals by a score j of is to 0. This ls the llrst public game that the college lwya have over played, and throughout the entire game they save a good account of themselves, oul- playing the soldier at every turn. The pimo wns clean and iree from wrangling, i rough house being the order on two or j i three occasions, however. Altogether It L i was .an Interesting and fair article of basketball. The llne-np was as follows; . 1 Fort Douglas. Logan. , r . Nowman center llawley 1 i l linker 1-f Finlausen Rnrrlcman r.f Adams . Hancock l.g llernnson i l.uffier r.g Taylor Summary: Score. Fort Douglas 9. A. C 1 IS: field goals, Fort -I. A. ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 February 1904

I THE SAIiTliAKE TlOBUXE: TUESDAY MOUXJDSTG, FEBRUARY 2, 1904. 9 H pBJECTS TO GRAFT 'lljl nciiman Fernstrom Has H I a New Hobby. $ f " 1 f$ A COLD RECEPTION S8 Sinfton Oil Company After i a Franchise. M ft iij Board Hotter Gets Back Into I fee Council and City Attorney Hy I 2)cy Benders an Opinion. fifncllninn Fernstrom made a bitter M:,Uperntlve nttnek on Joseph F ?jnlght. Land and Water Commls feE, nt the meeting of the Council ffclpht. I v-Mch he referred to the Kiisfoner's position as a "graft." lAEven ills partisan colleagues offered fcipport lo thf accusation. Fcrn cr n insisted that the Council InvoH- . the omce of the Commissioner WL; karn how It If conducted. j rcmarks were occasioned by a HI munlcHtlon to the Council from jfcnl&ht. It was requested that a fft1 M appropriation be mode to cm J3,i -Jjohn b. Law son as carpenter on j! 'tort ard Salt Lake City canal ed ij elsewhere In the department at a ' ' ry of 13 per day. The communica S Explained that Lawson was attend...

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. — 2 February 1904

I 10 The Salt TjAke Trxbtote: Tuespat MoiomH Februart 2, 1904, j Ij QUESriON OF PRIVILEGE 1 i' 1 i, ' ' Senator Dietrich Ceurts 'an 'J Investigation. i i . j COMMITTEE IS APPOINTED ; j Raprosentativs Bakor ef Now I York Mas a Grievance. Following' Disposition of These Mat tors, Soap.te Hesumed Considexa : tion of Panp-ma. Iu House. ' ' TVaohlngton. Feb. L In tho Sonato to- ! day, after routlno business, Mr. Dietrich of Ncbra6l:n, rising to a Question of per sonal privilege regarding the recent ln l ft dlctracnt agalnnt him In connection with i the postoffico patronage. In Nebraska, read ; a Gtatcment regarding the court procecd ' ir.gs and his acquittal on the ground that i ho was not a Senator at the tlmo his al leged malfeasanco was sold to havo oc I currod. He said he felt an explanation was duo ( , the Sonato to dotcrmlno -whether ho is lit i to Pit In tho Senate, and ho offered a reso I lutlon authorizing tho Prnsldcnt pro tern. f to appoint a commltteo of flvo to mnko a full I...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 February 1904

The salt Laigs Tribute: Tuesday Mokning-, February 2, 1904. 11 H II KITmcigr ROOMS. POR. M. . ttOLr w u, 2 line collarB. flno ioi room for 3 more HE'c blkfl! cast of our ofllco (roar), IKm frame, adobe lined, bath, toilet. JBErM . nut'l. wood, fine lot. with V$fr'v. Knare N. E. bench. fflod bride fine barn, shrubbery. yfcrpSki. etc S. E.. J2509; owner go- 'Jrt' i pressed br.. new; nat'l MBPfcivTtorV. wide porches, etc.. near m" Th a Place will rent for JSO. Jlffiliw terms will only cost you H iBptr- & Llttl- y- 4 w' 211(1 S0, jMl'KJjomE TRUST & SAVINGS CO. BHkL dhok land, south of city. 5200.00. MRj&ffiSe. telcfe. newly built. JMW.00; twEm houje. Eod lot. 1375.00; monthly ifflEiroDse Trust & Savings Co., G-SVV. -B bargains! rt,,.. brick, E. Bench, I122o. W"- Dr clc 4 blks. P. O.. 52SCO. tjW.'ioT niiir Main at.. "close." 00 rod. Krtr Nor. Bench. S. E. front, coUage. shade, etc.. Su. E.. ?100. E' brick; near R. G. W., $1500. KVllK ca.. 510 cash, o mo. rtE! house, "clos...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 February 1904

! 12 The Bam? IugR Tribotte; Tuesday Morning ITjebrury a, 1904:. 1 Hi 1 CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD The regular monthly mooting oi the I C ity Board of Education will bo held in H ' , i ho session chamber this evening nt j i o'clock. HH H . I John P. Cdokc. notlco of whose death nppoorcd in The Tribune yesterday morn- 1 ' ing. was a brother of -Mrs?, Kva A. Dykes of Salt Ia ire. H I Cov. Tlobor M. Well will address tho teachers of Utah next Friday night at the ii teachers' biennial meeting, to be held lu 1 this city on Friday and Saturday. Feb- H i runry th and ilth. H i Tho police yesterday mornlnK found tho horse and buggv reported to nave, bo civ . stolen the night before from A. S. Mlsh- I kind. Tho IiorHO wan lied to a tree, on , , East Fourth South street. It was taken j from Tenth South and Statu streets. H ' A reception will bo given tonight at the H' Calvary Baptist church In honor of Dr. O. H O. Booth, the now pastor. Dr. Booth nr- W rived In tho city Saturday from Pratt City, H...

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