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

jfjjj l 9 Jl WEATHEB TODAY Fair. TxJyi. o. 293-10 Pages. Salt :lakts City, Utah, Wednesday MoitarxyG, Februarx 3. 1904, Five Cents. ! mCLE SAM TO CALL ON NATIONAL BANKS I I ,FOR THIRTY MILLIONS OF PUBLIC DEPOSITS I IpTiCHINES fsll OF RUSSIA READY TO STRIKE Czar Reviews Reply, Pliips Strip for Battle. '&(Ba mm AT FLASH SIGNAL tBecoming Impatient Qvsr ' ll t,1Q Dolay' Jehes Indicato a Peaceful Set jfcnt. but There Is an TJnder EjBtone That Is Ominous. iJPtenburg, Feb. 2.-The Czar has SoSBore him the report o the spe 8rifTKncI! on the Russian rcrponse. rlM papers relating thereto were to him yesterday by the -Mi)uko Alexis, and the Czar Is tHhem earnest consideration. He ' ml j i Viic- finol:lrtn un to 6 n.reiiueitu nix fails evening, and It Is authorl- said It may possibly be several ITSif6rc lhe resnonso 19 forwarded !jjfefltch from Vlcdlvostock, dated ijTliSKind Usucd here by a eeml-offl-LZfcncy, says the Russian fleet at SiFiKlock has been fully equipped iKedlate service and pr...

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. — 3 February 1904

2 The SaXiT jlIake Trtbunb. "Wednesday MoeinXng, February 3, 1904. 1 I: NEW YORK GAS METERS J ! : WORK FOR COMPANY T (l Sensational and Instructive Story Told in a Report Made by y an Inspector in Gotham Who Has Tested h 73,000 Gas Measuring Machines. H j 4- Ncw York, Feb. 2. A report was -f Hj mado to tlio Governor only a fow H ij days ago by the Slato Meter In- -H- H ' npector declaring thnt out of nearly H ' 73.000 meters here one out of ovory H five was defective In favor of the -f H -f company. -f- Hl' Now York, Feb. 2. Mayor McClel- B ) Inn, Health Commissioner Darlington H . J and Commissioner of Water Supply, B i Gas and Electricity Oakley are named Ht j l as parties, in a petition which will be H j filed today in the State Supreme court, ' ' aimed at the gas companies furnishing Illuminant In this city, r Robert G. Langdon, the petitioner, H ; asks tho court to issue a mandatory in. H ' junction ordering: the city officials HL named to investigate the conditions at- H ' i t...

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. — 3 February 1904

s The salt Lake Tribute: Wedesdat Moicms Febrttary 3, 1904. 3 H .-t;.vm , . . : MWM gEiTRAP THIEF l,r capture rviad9 by 0f ficers in 0gd2n' SpEB IN A STORE KjKid Rabbars From Prom WK entory Ralurnod. IAmIo Vendor Arrested for Mis l7, tlng His Spouse Goes Free W -jeenusc "Woman Relented. y TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE. J ? 2tS Washington Street. t Tcluphono 2C3-K, 5 Ogdcn. Feb. 2. tecmen Joseph Bott and William Uhi r performed a clover piece of work i01"! fiiV rooming:, when they capture ant i'glvlDS the came of William Ruddy. t tat of burglarizing the Jewelry ra l C. A Bcghtol. Bott and Fclkor Ji4 r their rounds found the cellar door ii the rear of the store, nnd heard ie In the collar. One of them watched 'tfce other went after help, and Of "ili iWlns'on and Chambers were called. 4-atchcd whllo the others wont into forte ItHar and found the would-bo bur- -fHo was locked up at the police ata- rftR Kissed and Mado Up, iTS'Sltoias Nerden. a tamalo vendor. Is not JjjgTiMiycuted for beating hi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 February 1904

HLj 4 THE SAIjT LtAKJE TROIINB: WEDNESDAY MOItNTCNG FEBRUARY 3. 1904. LJ Issued Every Morning by ' ' Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. J PERKY S. HEATH, ' Publisher and General Mjumser. 1 , Entered at tho Postofnce o Salt Ifixe Hl City as second-clans matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". banv and Sunday Tribune, ono week. .25 Dally and Sunday, ono month. J-w 1 Dally and Sunday, two months. 2.00 Dally and Sunday, threo months.... .oo I Dallv and Sunday, ono year 1 Sunday Tribune, ono year. .w Sunday .Tribune, six months l'W 1 Ecmi-tVcckly Tribune, ono year...... l.w l All remittances and business letters HJ 'Should bo addressed to t TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, I Salt Lake City. Utah. H , B. 0 Bcckwlth, Special Agency, Sole . Eastern Advertlslnfr Agent. Eastern . of flco. 43--t5-47-46-!9 Tribuno Building. New York. Western office, 510-513 Trlbuno 1 Building', Chicago. ; , Washington Bureau 1417 G- Street. Tribune Telephono Numbers. J Business Offlco ...... i ' City Editor. 5?4-3 Bins i...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 February 1904

I BWlJOr JLmBTirraJJ VlinDSBAY MOIIIG, PRTJAIIX 3, 1904:. 5 'H iS IS INVALID of County Attorney Westervelt. 0 ASSESS TAXES ird of Equalization Knocked Out. ficial Alono Coil Assess id Law Providing: Other- Held Unconstitutional, torney Wenterveli has glvon as to tlic relative taxing c State Board' of Equallza- County Asecssor, In which 3oard gets very much the As a matter of fact the lessor Is advised to ignore nltogcther In making his , and to go right ahead as a was no such an organlza tencc The law giving the ; power to levy taxes is de f unconstitutional, and the of the opinion Is to the cf hc County Assessor Is the authorized to assess taxes rovislon of the State Constt m 13 called out by the con int has arisen over the : the property of the Utah llwny company. Before the 'the two companies the it street railway company ed by thf County Assessor, the light and power cpm s State Board of Equallza lnst opinion of the County s called out by a letter from cssor Ben 11. Eldredge-, I...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 February 1904

M' . I llll I I THE MAMMOTH ANNUAL Exhibit for the Yar Is a , Good Ont. ! SOLI ORES FOR $145,452 i 1 High-Gratfi Gold Roik is a ! ' F&ature, I' 1 Five Foot of Copper Ore In New Ground Elecction of Officers ) and Directors for 1904. ! l I ! '( The management of the Mammoth Ml I rlng company, from its Tlntlc propcr- l j '' ties during the year marketed 13,573 tons i j of ore. for which It received J145.452.91, , J with Its earnings from all sources ag ) srregatlnc J1GG.040.02. During the same ' period the disbursements reached a total of $130,460.31, with a net profit of ?25, 4R0.71, although on January 1, 1D03, the I old bonanza from which dividends i amounting to $1,SGO,000 have poured, was encumbered with an overdraft In 1 the sum of 549,537.00. All this was re i i vcnlcd In the annual statement made j by Secretary Wilkinson, at the annual gathering of shareholders during1 the , afternoon, the disbursements show ing that J64.91S SO had been ex pended for labor, $21,679.41 for s...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 February 1904

1 -m3 SAIT JbAKE TJRIBUNE: "WEDNESDAY MOB2sTCSTG, FEBRUARY 3, 190. J H 'Tand lifeless " : treet Market Close to jf lignation Stage. f IN AIWAL6AMATED 2 in In Orient Is Partly tt 5tf: ? Blamo.v Ai- I JHfiUngs Amalgamated Cop- $ Carried the Whole Mar- jfe 13 ) ' kct With It. i. ft a7. r " Feb. 2. The stock market ' W irth" 8tagc townrd cnllrc stilc" 2 1.. Except for the factitious a a few fltokfl lne dealings iillffiblo quantity so far as they fry views on conditions of prop- Jprospects in tho business, In- political world. A mi a flurry In Amalgamated MKttho opening dcallngB, on tho JjKf the Montana Supromo court rEl function to tho holding by WEtf of stocks In other corpora VjKho price of that stock pot only fcfher than tho first prlco and $Jm4 heavily to 11 below last fe,n of the stock was attributed "i - taklns on tho favorable nows. " mi United States Steel preferred, "--TBKjr hand, was considered due K of speculative accounts on tho m Operators who followed tho """"Iffct week we...

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. — 3 February 1904

Hf s The Salt Tins Tbtbtoots wdjntesday MoiomsG, Febrtiajry 3, 190. j I IN THE WORLD OF SPORT I. ' BASEBALL MAGNATES ; 1 ARE COMING TO TERMS - ' Provisional Agreement Reached Yesterday Between Repre sentatives of Pacific Coast, American and National - , v I Leagues in Conference at San Francisco. 'Son Fmnclsco, Feb 2..V provisional Hl I agreement has boon reached between rcp- Hj I rcsontatlvcs of the PncUlc Coast Baseball Hj league and the two major leagues. A H ) I conference, participated in ltctweeu Ban Hf 1 Johnson, representing (he American Hr ) ' i league: Jnmcs j. I Tart, representing the V I I National association, and Edward flan- H, ; ln representing the. Minor Leagues' a- Hj ' 1 xoclutlon, on tlie one side, and Henry Har- H J rln. James Mori ay and Eugene Bert. rnii- H ' i rcHontatlvrs oi iho local league, on the H I) S other .sldi was licld in thin city today. HLj The Paclllo Const league magnate.? Ht . , stated that no players who had mndo con- H . tracts with Pacific o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 February 1904

1 The Salt Lake Tiucbue: Wednesday Moxumrc-s February 3, 1904. 9 wm ADDITIONAL 1 Bj CLASSIFIED ADS ... 1 SjEjjR SALE--REl. E3TATZ. SSKTTsH-MODERN FIVE-ROOM HnME. Mat side, pood location nnd cnr 'vimWR' V.ipctrlc light, water, etc.; owner .Address G 62, Tribune. ftWK7r4oME. TRUST & SAVINGS CO. WrP1 rho cc land, south of city, S5MM.00. ifera house, brick, newly built. JUfO.OO; Room house, good, lot, $375.00; monthly imljot Trust & Savings Co.. G-SV. iT PR. BRICK, STRICTLY MOD cellar, lawn, shade trees; largo lot, ' Hh-ieasy terms. 'Kflom pr. brick, modern, oil finish, ccl- PM down. $25 a mo. fcoomV brick, new. flno collar; good Eflon JlMO. easy terms. Kip lots on Stato st. at a good bargain. EKrd Inv t Co.. TS W. 2nd So, r2l30 Tffo I OAKLEY. nUdlnj: up rapidly with modern pressed j "1! 'hlW!. No. House to cost less than nil 'i A High level ground, street car, city ' Kr Lots $150 to $250; 510 cash, $5 a mo. t ' ' rSbbard InVt Co.. 73 W. 2nd South. I rMSl An t KEV STRICTLY MODER...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 February 1904

l , CITY AND ME18HB9RH099. During tho month of January M0.sn was taken In as fees In tho office or. , Co'untv Clerk James. Frank U. Blls3 ha been nnnied to suc ceed H. II. Hompstoad as manager oC tno Rockv Mountain Bell Telephone company, Prior to his promotion Mr. Biles was man ager of tho Park City exchange, i 1 r , Jimes N. Shurtclls, an Inmato of tho county infirmary. wa3 brought to t j k ) county Jail yesterday to bo examined .i.s to his sanitv. As a result of the exami nation ho was committed to the asylum 1 ut Provo. , r Tho mission circle of the First "aplt phuich will meet Thursday at -;-0y'th i 1 ' Mrs. Lucas, 230 South Second YcHt. Papers will be read by Mrs. Robinson and 1 ' , 1 Mrs. Brown on Bnpllst work In Cuba and I Porto Rico. I 1 vl G ! U. L. Batlor of 953 Third street foil on nn fey sidewalk at his home yesterday I t morning and sustained a compound froc I J t i.ro of the right arm Just below tho shoul I J dcr Jn falling: Mr Batler struck his arm 0 on a stone step....

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 February 1904

IMbACLASSIFIED AD- I fg wjjjjC toT I "h uf Itf A I Hl ll Inl il 1 lil lix SUNDAY IS A GOOD DAY I HIIrTISEHENT. YOU ABE 1 SA j I 1 )W JT I It ifLJ' il I 1 I 1 1 I 1 IT TOR CLASSIFIED ADVER- i Ibb to get results, j fy II J VWilr W V V & 1 H Jw"'' V, Jr w--- "WEATHER TODAY Snow flurries. j;jfc ' yoLTxT.Yl, No. 294-.. Salt Lake City, Utah, Thursday MoBararg. February 4. 1904, TWELVE phges.five Gents, Railed hand of czar showing and belief mi Iggggfl S THAT RUSSIA WILL STRIKE FIRST BLOW I 41 Iv Half a Hundred Men, Women and Children Slain by South African Tribesmen-Bodies Muti 'tjs lated and Homes Burned. ' aMfHk 73 .--s ym, ; 1 owmtsas! j SbnJTja West irww: 1 J n : T?r C v ;L L J 1 ! -JWOTEFG T7JS SC2VT. d 'pjSKSG HI ,30 UITT-'WEfT JLFKPCA- fjHKn, Pet. 2. Col. Leulweln, Lieutenant-Governor of Germnn Southwest .ynd his forces are safe In the southern part of the colony, according to RK MBclal dispatch sent over the British lines from Capo Colony. 361 " arrived recently at Port Nollot...

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. — 4 February 1904

Bl 2 The Aatp Sake Tkebtjnb. Thxtrsdat Moeotqtg, February 4, 19G4. J, B GOOD COUNTY ROADS H, i Commissioners Adopt Stand- ' : ard Grade for Highways. ! SLAG TO BE USE9 IN PAVING B Output of Smeltsrs Better Than B Gravel sr Ston j. - . Uniform System Established for the 'Entire County and Large Sum to H 1 Be Expended This Year. Hi i H ', A movement for better roads through H Salt Lake county has been successfully n Inaugurated by the Board of County V ' Commissioners. A resolution has been H , unanimously passed adopting a stand- B I ard grade for all of tho roads In the H county. The Commissioners arc alt In H favor of better roads In the rural dts- H trlcts, and havo been working upon the H matter for the past year. The science H of road-building has been carefully H studied by Chairman Anderson, as well H as by Commissioners Standlsh and "Wil- H In their experimenting the Co'mmls- sloners have found that graveled roads I' do not pack and do not stand the wear. II The broken stone ...

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. — 4 February 1904

I The Salt Lake Tribune: Thursday McmmKGs Ibkuahy 4, 1904. 3 1 pEARHF PnlSON LIFE i British Subjects in the State j t Prison Demand Liberty. fll - 1 fU6IT1VE FR0M CAL,F0RN,A 1 prisonsr Says Ha Is Wanted. If in San Francisco. HRvor Thirty Thousand Pieces of Bag- II ga5e Handled in Ogden Depot I During January. I TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, i 21S3 Washington Street 1 Telephono 203-K. Ogden. Fob. 4. William Watson and Robert Lester. Kyoung "Englishmen, who were sent to the 9 'penitentiary by Judge Rolapp a year ago m n conviction ot robbery, are determined W regain their liberty. They havo cnllst 'lA the aid of the British Government, ijf ?ihroush the Consul at San Francisco. m fThcv were accused of robbing a man il tfroin Coalvlllo who had befriended them. !nEW HOME OF TxE TRIBUNE. fHcndquarters Established and Jlan 3 ager Appointed, f The Tribune will herenfter have an of fice of Its own In Ojdcn. W. E. Kneass N 'from the business ofllcc In Salt Lake has 8 'bn appointed manager of the Ogd...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 February 1904

H 1 1 ! J ' Hri , 4 The salt Lake tkistoos: Thursday Mokising, February 4, 1904. ; II t ' Issued Every Morning by J Salt Lake Trlbuno Publishing Company. ' PERRY S. HEATH, PubllBhcr and General Manager. , Entered at tho Postofflco of Salt Lak City as second-class matter. I' TERMS OF1 SUBSCRIPTION. , Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono week, J .25 i Dally and Sunday, ono month 1-00 Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 Dally and Sunday, three months 3.00 Dajly and Sunday, ono year 12.00 I Sunday Tribune, one year 2.00 1 Sundav Trlbuno, six months .... 1.00 I ' ' Ecml-AVeokly Tribune, ono year 1.C0 ' All remittances and business letters i! should bo addressed to S, TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANT, ' Salt LaJto City, Utah. I S. O. Bcekwlth. Special Agoncy. Solo , Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of tice. -13-H--15-47-J3-4D Trlbuno Bulldlne;, Now York. Western office, 510-612 Tribune Building, ChlcRSQ. ' "Washington Buxenu 1417 G Street. Tribune Telephone Numbers. i , ' Business Office 3C0 City Edit...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 February 1904

IEBOE 8AXT lAKB TBTBUKEi TKTOSPAT MOEm FEBRUARY 4, 1904. 5 H JmEAHETWO SIDES tfMurrty Would Lose by Hav . P ing Postoffice. ?rv,c N0T 8(3 prompt 4 vantage of Being Annexed' I to Salt Lake Office. S f - 59 j?4 fell Curried To and Fro on the Street -Cj Cars Now Would Have to Wait '1 for Trains if Change Is Made. HA l-Thtit is some- difference of opinion, appear?, as to the advantages which ijould accrue tp Murray from having a H jortoiflcc of its own. It is urged by wine that there are even greater ad raniages lo the patrons in being sup Wm ilied by a station of a" first-class office dm ;at,er than by an independent third IP ilasB office. It Is pointed out that when K Murray had a fourth-class office of its su jwn prior to Its having been made a LOT Nation of the Salt Lake City office, wfij ;io and a liaJf years ago the town was t U reiving but one mall a day, while It t now receiving three malls a day. ' ; Another Improvement recently .gained, ifo meet the demands of the business I B...

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. — 4 February 1904

Hjl 6 The Salt tmke Tribtint5j tjjxtrspay aio:KKriNG February 4. 1904. I I1 TEN THOUSAND FEET I 1 : ' Aggregate Length of the Mt. i i Baldy Tunnels, r I , A GIGANTIC UNDERTAKING i' I' Gald-Baaring Oros Cannot Gat I 5 Away, i' - i I ' All Avenues to Unite at Common. Cen I j tcr of Convergence Contract for the Fifth Bore. ' i ' I To award a contract and .Inaugurate F .f i ' work on a lower tunnel, with which the y t. 1 sold-bearlng- ores oC the Lop Cabin 1 Kroup of mines out of Morysvale arc I ) lo be opened up at trreatcr depth, Prcs I Irieni Franklin will depart for camp this morning, after an absence of scv i eral months from camp. "With this I started, the systems through which the i ' Gold Development company Is boring I ,( Its way Into the gold-bearing zone will j ' have been increased to five, each pene i j iratlng a different portion of the zone, I with all heading for a common point at which they will unite, the central I station to be at a depth greater than h any which has ...

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. — 4 February 1904

1 ThESaIT TBIBTOsTEi THURSDAY MOKNTfrG, FEBRUARY 4, 1904. f . !EWEErS SLEEP pr Day of Inactivity in share Market. ! ' si11 LATION AT STANDSTILL a. ' ; is. . t f W. C. Whitnoy Effects jf S&me Slocks. s I . Xotal Collapse of the Cotton 1$ Als0 Hftd tt DePrcsslnE "'V Effect on the Market. ! I fork, Feb. S-Tho lethargio con iw itock speculation today wos 1 ft emphasized In tho absenco of a'll tprcuiatlvo movements In lndl- tecVs, which Isave helped out tho fj sraniactioJiG for several days SL ailmu in Amalgamated Copper JT( ponnr.l again today, and Its prlco UML nuTOKly- United Stales Steel hio fell Into a relatively unlm- Kpjsjtlon. Both stocks showed WKts of resistance to tho declining VMr yfcich was manifested in the Krab'sls of the demand for stocks 'fcbated today to tho fears of a 'Bin the wild cotton speculation. ; weauent financial damage, "Paper ""mn cotton or stocks or anything !t ' .'ininnHhlft and In a manner un it ' t their wiping out Involves rcaJ '! w. oil that. X Ss n...

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. — 4 February 1904

7 I IN THE WORLP OF SPORT I,' ll : ALL-AROUND STAR FOR f NEW YORK BALL TEAM I One player who has been signed by the New York National League club for the season of 1901 is worth more than passing notice. He is a modest sort of i chap, although very Jealous of his reputation for earnest work on the flcld. His , name is John Dunn. He Is better known as "Jack." i In the summer of 1D03 Dunn was called upon to fill short .stop, third base , and second base. McGraw considers him one of the best men to have on a team I for his ability to play anywhere. II j LEWIS ON HAND NOTED WBESTLER READY TO 1 TRY CONCLUSIONS WITH ROSS, LOCAL FAVORITE. ) , 1 . : t,l , 'I "Frank S. Lewis, tho Puclfic coast' I ' wrestler who is to meet Charley Ross of , this city, in a bout at the- Grand nocct Frl- , day night, arrived In tho city Inst evening j K from hio home at Baker City, Or. The match is for a $100 purso and 75 per cent 'j of the gate receipts, 25 per cent of the ro- I telpts going to tho loser. Lewi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 February 1904

iTif The Salt Lake rjRiBTOnE: Thursday Moknxntg, February 4, 1904. 9 H TrtKinE . 1 I : H !ifi OF THE ONION ,cj Probes Character if a Saleon. IEM9CRATS SIDE-STEP tr Goas 8vr for Ansthsr Woik. Refunding Matter Discussed un-Help Wonted in the City Kecorder's Office. A !fle City Council met In committee Ak 'the whole last night, for the purpose considering the recommendation oC ,vor Morris that the raloon license 5$ 'the proprietors of the Red Onion t?J lit on Commercial street be revoked. J3 STj. Davis occupied the chair, and T srs. Yaney & Frnzler wore present, it4 jdy to show cause why they should fjj t b deprived of the right to run elr saloon. Judge Powers was also in the interest of the defend- s in the matter. , it TVfls all more or less of a farce, id there was no definite action taken. jg.iS continued until next Wednesday "fcV? ht at 7;30. for the purpose of giving Hr&S c City Attorney an opportunity to pke ail Incstlgatlon. The Council S laniber was niled with witnesse...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 February 1904

H, . 10 THE SALT IxKE XR-BOTTE: 'ITTHRSDAT M01rTT(, FEBiRCJAEY L904. 1 ) - : . -I' 11 ST. LOUIS FAIR LOAN Proposition Strikes a Snag : " in the Senate. DEMOCRATS MAKE OBJECTION I Lively Exchange as to Legality I of Movamorit. , ; ) House Occupied With the Diplomatic J and Consular Appropria- tion Bill. i 1 Washington, Feb. 3. After almost 0 1 allowing the amendment to tho urgent 1 deficiency bill providing for a loan of i I ?l,COO,000 to the St. Louis exposition to 5 get through, without any discussion I. i 1 wnatever, tno senate toaay cnangca i tactics Just as the vote was about to be taken and began a debate on the loon provision which continued for four hours and was still In progross whon the Senate adjourned for the day. i The debate was precipitated by a point of order made against the I amendment by Mr. Bailey, who maln i talned that the National Government ' was not much concerned with the suc I cess or failure of any exposition. He , - was supported by Mr. Lodge and Mr. , I...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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