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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 February 1904

ft 11 I ' I 1 THE SAIF TfjflTTTO TBXBTOinEi THURSDAY MOKNXN"G9 February 4, 1904. ' 11 1 ADDITIONAL 1 ij L CLASSIFIED ADS ... I ' 0N PAIiE 12 V SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. i wC0,T In Come quick to Tho G. C. ' r'co Get that address right. -II .1 TbS vO UPRIGHT MAHOT CASE. h IAhpfla Ust Poll. 717 S. Main. sl,2 TZZvrVRE OF A 7-ROOM HOUSE. -THAItVESS AND TOP BUGGY 1 Jg6 CaU at' 13 lola avc., bet. 3rd and I uUover Jordan. r24C2 k; FtFnEARLY NSW NATIONAL A ritcr. Addrosa R 43. Tribune. MTURB OF 7-ROOM BOARD- KKiTSS for rcnl- G 3C- !S JOUnTeNGINE FOR SALE 9 r5filSKINDS OF HORSES. IOWA ' TSJKi & W So temple. rlOlO 'ffiSTvLB-lyOS WINTON TOUR1NG tft'jFLft 0 two SW hcndlamps. fcO tral'ls, all nrst-class order. mS-PcoSSdo Automobile Co.. 1510 Court m85 nenvcr Colo., selling agents for Smlila 2I-b. P- a,ld 1Cnox iC"n" p" eas ! ctourIn?-car 3 ETalso ROCKAWAY CAR- MgtlsSod order 15 W. 2nd So.. rooaigL rTp3 IN' FARM PROPERTY ARE BB(Uwd rlcht alone In The Intcr-Moun-tfrmcr Advertisers make sales, too. -E...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 February 1904

, i2 The Salt XlAJCe Tktbunb: Thursday MoRypsG-. February 4, 1904. I IS" CITY AND MEISHB0RH009. Ye?terday bank clearings amounted lo G7,5U.4!. as against JMI.KG.CS for the corresponding day of Inst year. 3 , c 1 Friends of Dr. A. C. Behlo of tide city, will bo Interested In knowing that he Is ,1 doing a. great deal of surlcal work now under tho famous Dr. l.orcnr. of Vienna. Dr. William T. GlfrJtson returned yoster 1 day from Bingham where ho haw had charge of tint practice of Dr. Straup for the nast month durlntr the lattor's 111- Ii Mas. In the Federal court yesterday permis sion was -ranted PhlUn S. Maycock to nritctlce law In that court. Mr. Maycock ijr"i'ineraber of ihe firm of Thomas & I ilaycock. ; Jacob A. Chatt?rtou. a bnikeman In the I employ of the Oregon Short Line, tiled a petition In bankruptcy In the Federal I y court yestordny. Ills liabilities wero fixed nt J427.CO with assets at 5107.00. i Tho MJslonary society of the Swedish hureh will meet at 8:50 o'clock ton...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 February 1904

ij WE ATHER TOTAY Wanntamiw :or rain. "j ir0L. xl,YI. ?o. 295. Salt Lake City, Utah, Friday Moriststg, February 5, 1904, TEN phges..Five Cents, H IjSSIA REFUSES TO CONCEDE JAPAN'S DEMAND IN I REGARD TO MANCHOO AND WAR SEEflS INEVITABLE I S 6 PAGSFiG f TAKES 9 IMPORTANT ACTION 518 , ! ' First Mortgage Bond SBj ffor $50,000,000. 5 j LOOKS LIKE, BUSINESS, $ ' 'S Forth tho Gbjscl of tha Organization. tjf, 'Construct and Operate a. Road ttrom San Francisco to dJH I Salt late. S ? Western Pacific Railway com E iflltd a bond for $30,000,000 with onnty Recorder yesterday. The iras drawn in favor of the Bowl Vi Uji Trust compuny. and a fee ? 10 was charged for its filing. T"r- f. Famsworth, cashier of Walker bank. filed the document with r Binty official It is in the form Iprlnted booklet of sornb eighty - Sgei. explaining- the object and (tejjjfj its of the "Western Pacific corn 's and covering the- transactions of tropany up to this time, initial page indicates that St is a J Rortgage. dat...

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. — 5 February 1904

7 2 THE j&GT 1jAKE TBJBimB. FRIDAY MOBJsTaTG, FEBRUARY 5, 1904. 1 1? A nervous, irritable mother, often- on the verged hysterics, is unfit to care for children ; it J"insM i WMWiMir mB&Tmk a child's disposition and reacts upon herself. The trouble between children and their mothers ymUA wSH ' WmMt m fik calmhJ! henoSelp itfas henrondiLn ?due to suffering and shattered nerves caused by some derangement Jgf Wmm Wkb. of the uterine system with backache, headache, and all kinds of pain, and she is on the verge of nervous prostration. mm flOMuWIH E T 1 PV When a -her finds ithat she Cddnb be ?m andt T iet with her children' may sure con " iglp 'H ' ' " ww ' llydia E. Pinkham's.Vegetable Compound 9B I pllf It builds up her system, strengthens her nerves, and enables her to calmly handle a disobedient child without a scene. jBl WolB ' 1 Iro : 111111 Thc childrcn wil1 soon realize thc difference, and seeing their mother quiet, will themselves become quiet. ePf& jWH ; WM Read wha...

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. — 5 February 1904

THE SAIT liAJCS TRIBTOTE: FRIDAY MOnisllsGr. gEBRTTARY 5, 1904. 3 I FAILED L "Matt" Lillas Got Into RCH ENTERTAINMENT Lrntcls for Ogdsn Being r tb Gave No Warning to Mrs. fsvan Neuterhoom Minor and ' personal Mention. tribi'Nt;, branch office, , Zlli Washington street, "Mat" LHIas wus arrested early yes iday morning by Officer Horrid: on a iJge of having1 attempted to bunco a in named C O. Brown. Tho uchorao u a ehrcwd one. but did not work, grtjt vas Induced to loan somo money Vcor.ductor. whoso namo was s-iid to 'ijjmi1. nrd a meeting was arranged, the VcAntlwe an officer appeared on . team hut allowed the trnrwictlon to until I.Ulas had received a chock JlfO'rom Drown, when he stepped in jH C CITY COUNCIL. S Poking Will Be Prohibited During JH j" Sessions. JM Baokln? is to he tabooed in tho City hujcU. Everyone will commend tho nc ia of President Carr in stopping' the actice of smoking during Council ces ses. For the past two years it has been jiractlco of Councilmen and others t...

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

H 4 The sait Lake Tri3Usts: Fbiday MoEtme. Febrijart 5. 1904. - -aaJu Hl ; Tssuod Every Morning1 by 1 ? Salt Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company. - PERRY S. HEATH, , 1 Publisher and General Manager. Hr J Entered at tho Postoftlco of Salt L,ak City as second-class matter. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Hl Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono week.? .25 Dally and Sunday, ono month. i.J Dally and Sunday, two monthn. 3.W Daily and Sunday, thrco months .w Dally and Sunday, ono year 12. 1 Sunday Trlbuno. one year - Sunday Trlbuno, bIx months ! Seml-Wcckly Tribune, ono year ; 1,60 I All remittances and business lottoro Bl should bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING- COMPANY, Salt Lako City, Utalt. i S. C. Bcckwlth, Special Ajccncy. Solo Eastern Advertising Agont. Eastern of- ' flee. S--45-7-48-19 Trlbuno Building. Now ' York. Wostorn office, G10-512 Trlbuno Building, Chicago. Hj ' Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. Hs I Tribune Tolephono Numbers. J Business Office ........300 N ! City Editoc 5Slr-a B4nga I, News...

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

I rHE 8jJLT:LAJgE Trxbtotej Friday MORIST.N'G-, February 5, IttU4r, 5 H fSHE IS FLIGHTY Stockdale Denies the jations of His Wife. Dw1 Lanawer to the complaint for dl tctUj S hjch was begun by Amelia R. 1 Ikdale against her husband, W. H. IV 'Male s llled ,n thc D,str,ct yesterday by the defendant. Prac--i w w every allegation made in the M) ulfllnt s lenled hy Stockdtl,e- Jclaim3 that he provided his wife L 'proper medicines when she was 111. JH i also iroided a nurse. He denies J I1 cliorse of using abusive language : railing to provide any necessities. He :T jc-s that she left home through feur MU, aj, but, he uays. she was of such jtelj Sji-ht' disposition that she would r jjeniy leave him without notice or and S aw'ay for weeks at a 3Trr biadmlts that he called her brother 3"L S,r" a "puppy dog." He claims. Sver that sufnclent cause existed s using such epithets. He alleges riTm 1Mb wife Is not a fit person to have ! f.L of their child, because she neg- ft it. and he has often r...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 February 1904

HI G The Salt Lake TraBiiNEi .Friday Mobxeng-, February 5, 1904. I I' MILLS FOR THUNDER Feur Nw Plants Ordered for the Regin. THE WINTER'S DEVELOPMENT 1 , Gild Ors In Extraartflnary H' Abundance. 1 ' One Hundred and Forty Stamps Now Hj Piled Up at Terminus and Boise I Provisions for Sp'ring. j Wherever systematic work has been done upon Thunder Mountain results K" i j have been favorable, and While the Hr i I nvorage rock is low grade, so simple are Hl the methods required to extract the precious metal, wild H. B. Fulton, who P i came direct from camp yesterday, with ! the East as his destination, that the ! margins will compare favorably with those of other camps that afford a , I higher average. Indeed, nothing has H occurred to demonstrate other than that Hl the ores of Thunder Mountain arc free ' milling to a depth of TOO feet, said the 1 traveler, nor Is there anything on that horizon to Indicate a change. Mr. Ful P ( . ton wn? among the first to plant his K I stakes on Thunder...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 February 1904

K '1 W I The Saif TjATca Tribune; Friday Morotstg, February 5, 1904. 7 H pTiT WAVERING iition in Wall Street 55 Continues. , iH NG DULL, PRICES OFF Ul ,3 jf ti "ally th Market j Fall. lOjj Grains and Cotton Takes si -tfind Out of the Share Ma ket, j J - til Tork, Feb. 4.-Stock market op ft. i'.today were under tho samo con tfi j is or several days past, anil tho P' li fct' of prices again bocame waver 9,t "uncertain after yesterday's de ' lewnrard movement. The sharp " i the morning, while prices of cot- slumping, and the subsequent cotton, pointed to a sympathy l6.two movements which leaves t that the collapse In cotton is b more or less approhenslon in MjNKj'eral apprehension that tho long V crisis in the Russo-Japancso con jw' i it last at hand was a factor In raatlon in stocks hero as well 03 iii m flock markets. H utter Jump in grain and drop In ms tho empirical conditions of a & "outcome But tho highly artlfl dltioas In the commodity markets, Hi the excosslve epeculatlvo c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 February 1904

H . TKE SALT XfAKE TBIBtOsTE: JfinDAY MORSTB FEBRUARY 5, 1904. 1. mi 1 1 I. - i 'L I 1 THE WORLD OP SPORT 1: , BRIGHT WESTERN STAR I fit tiriiiitj , WHILDEBMND I' Snn Francisco, Feb. A California can lon.t of a crack Jockey in Illldebrand, who has come lo the front within the last six :nonths and is now considered to 1 b one of the beet lightweight JockeyH ' v.o'K riding: on the Pacific coast. Tho boy can ride at eighty-seven pounda nml was the most successful Jockey dur 1 hig the coast summer meeting, bis work it Sacramento nnd Seattle being partlo . ulnrly good. "Vic" Gilbert, who formerly j , had charge of tho boy. took him to So- I" ' LEWIS VS. ROSS. y 1 1 1 ' ' MEN ARE READY TOR THE " WRESTLING BIATCH TONIGHT. ' j Lovers of the wrestling gams are ox- I pcctlng one of the brat exhibitions of tho j , ' j wsson at the Grand Theater this even- ' ( Ing, when the Lewis-Ross contest Is pullet orf. f Both men are aid to be in the best t of condition Lot is is the ex-mlddlo- Charles Ros...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 February 1904

34" ADDITIONAL jj M, CLASSIFIED ADS ... I it ON PACE 10 j icIQAB MANUFACTURERS. Afa 5n tcU you what you are. Smoke Cigars. 3 for 25a s2lS -J T1.y A. BIT FOR A CIGAR nyou can" get the Blue Point Per " A, the same price, mode by Whit ll Dallas, and sold by dealers ovcoj- , DERMATOLOGY. nr.? tPBRFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES. DOU- C I ?infand all facial blemishes removed, rv J- SSS olmples. oily skins, blackheads 'Ce pores cured. Mrs. Dwlncll Mc The Cullcn. suite 76. rJ3 TH& i CLAIRVOYANTS. v' rTR WRITING AND MATER I A L- riianco (meeting) Sunday nlpht. Co mo Fiecolvo a message from those you 60 Q tSSn" any language; every ono In jt N'o extra charge for reserved seat. , 5d.Dlckeon Bros.. 1594 S. Main. s235 JXBLL YOUR NAME AND JUST itvou wish to know about business, irik rB. rironerty, mines, claims, money. Ull Ss all love affair, friends, adapta nlll money and an thins else. Rcracra D III "frto If not correct. If you cannot call 111 'u to us. Arnold-Dlckson Bros.. 1594, 11 lialiist. Come toda...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 February 1904

15 WARM, RAIN OR y ' snow. " U3TBRELIAS AND ETJUBER F0OT- WEAE THE PROPER THING T0- DAT, SATS "WEATHER MAN. According to Weather Forecaster Hyatt, ' ! rainstorm may bo "iSiSK looked for today. ' 'r,,c maximum tom 1 t'ernturo In tliis city yesterday wan P2 dc l MM - KrecB, while tho low i thermometer was S2 5 I E5W' degrees. I S '( S" Those conditions ' I prevailed.- generally 1 r.- throughout Utah. S7k TiA.i, ind 1" I501" Colorado ; "ARM RAM omj Nevada. Tho record at other points: Max. Min. ; Denver PL-cloudy.. ..U 20 i Grand Junction Clear.. ..H2 14 Helena Cloudy.. ..31 S ' Pocatello Cloudy.... -J I IK Modcna PI. cloudy.... 60 15 ! ' Wlnnemucca, Cloudy.... SS 20 Hi CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD, t ; B Tho second lcctrlc power pasponger cle- i vator Is being installed la Uio D. F. 1 fWalkor bulldlnr. kkkVT o Tlic County Treasuror has. sent out col lectors to levy on personal property for delinquent taxes. Lfl ' , Harry Do Windt. tho great traveler, Hjji ' "who loctures on "Purls to Now York...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 February 1904

! IS ht Halt Cafe i ibutw is I ii 1 " , fciyoL. XJ.VI. o. -96. Salt Lake Pitt, Utah, Saturday mobsiks, February 6. 1904. TWELVE phges.fivb Cents. I WSSIA MUST BEND TO THE DEMANDS OF MIKADO I 5 1 OR FIGHT, IS WA Y JAPANESE AMBASSADOR PUTS IT II IciN SENATOR 3 j BEARING DP BRAVELY m mm . U. S. Senator M. A. Hanncu -j- "T4J mmM-44HHH-H-444- : the Noblest Roman of Them All, Senator Hanna 5! Displays Wonderful Fortitude in His Hour of I lllnessHis Condition Is Not at All Alarming. fejfi5Bl :jHFashln?ton, Feb. 5. In his pray- 4 ' gffi the opening ot the Senate to- 4- HiT-wL lbe chaPIi:iln' ReV- Edward 4- s'lBwett Hale, made reference to the Hi! ot Senator Hanna. saying- -f- ixTKPatbcr, ro ask for those -who arc -f ttSjBsreai sorrow, we ask 'or those on bc3 of B,clcness: wc" 4- -Jfc for thoso who aro ministering; to 4-"tm-that thou will give them life 4--tl light and love." 4 3Jft4t4 -T 4-44-4-4-4-4- tension, Feb 3. Senator Hanna's rd Eiai) Js officially announced by hi3 Tljj dans to be Ir...

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. — 6 February 1904

' 2 Tice Sait Haras Tribune.- Satokday mosstsg, February 6, 1904-. Ij RUSSIA MUST BEND TO JAPAN 4- ' HAYASHI CONFIRMS INTERVIEW IN LONDON f- Tarls. Feb. C Tho London corro- -4- spondont of tho Matin snys, In n -f dispatch, that ho has submitted to -f , - Baron IJaynshl, tho Japanese Mln- later In London, a translation pub- -f llshcd In a London evening news- -f , 4- paper of the Interview with tho -f I Minister printed hero In the Matin -f I 4- (and which was cabled to the United I States by tho Associated Press). I Baron llnynshi declared tho Mntln I ' 4- correspondent had faithfully rcpro- I duccd his utterances and that he was ready to repeat them. '! - I (Continued from Page 1.) Japnn on Monday. While the contents of the response nre carefully guarded, ' they are known to be conciliatory, and to contain Important concessions, al though maintaining Russia's former i position on some of the main points cov ering Manchurln and Korea. A diplomatist close to the RuBslan J side of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 February 1904

1 si The Salt Tattpi Tribtxote: Sattjrdat Morning, February 6, 1904. 3 kpKcR CHARGE W(eged Bunco Men Placed Under Bonds. isTRICT COURT ORDERS , I Uborof Motions and Pleas Dispsssd ef. ii T Jttung Works Among New Indus fliltt Ctries for O&den-Personals and "llj Minor Mention. 1 k t TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, A. ,il 24S6 Washington street, VJ it Telephone 2C3-K, y I. Osdcn, Fob. G. Pl'i 'ort LUlls and James Kinzy, ibj. 0 are charged with attempting to "WI feK C. 0. Brown of ?tOO were ararifrned I 1 stcr'day In the Municipal court upon ! ' he charge of obtaining money under list pretenses Their hearing was set ' or February 10th and the bond fixed it 30. which neither could furnish. l LAW AND MOTION" DAY. i 4 t fotions Heard and Orders Entered in tfeisi District Court. B3' ijn the District court yesterday Judge iolapp heard the following matters: Kendall vs Standlfbrd, continued S Without date. . JFarr' vs. Lawrence. Order made Z.? rithdrawlng all stock In cxccsb of IG,- 5Ki 5 shares i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 February 1904

H. 4 The Salt Lake TKiLanoara: Saturday Moenhstg-, February 6, 1904. f I- Tnsued Every Morning by J j Sail Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company. . 1 PERRY S. HEATH, i Publisher and General Manager. Entered at the Fostofflco of Salt Lnkt ' 1 City as second-clasa matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono week,? .23 1 Dally and Sunday, one month.......... 1.00 Dally and Sunday, Cwo months 2.00 Dally and Sunday, threo months 3.00 Dally and Sunday, one year 13.00 Sunday Trlbuno, one year 3.00 ,J Sunday Tribune, six months 1.00 Ecml-'Woelcly Tribune, one year liM -Ml remittances and buslnern lettors should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. ; Salt Lalio City, Utah. S. C. Bockwlth. Special Agency. Solo Enatcrn Adverti.Hlnif Agent Eastern of : flee. 41-15-47-15-49 Trlbuno Bulldlnp, Now ; York. Western office, C10-512 Trlbuno Building, Chicago. Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. Trlbuno Tolephone Numbers. Business Offlco : ,-SSO 1 City EdltoiL. 3Sfc-S- Rlnga ! News nd ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 February 1904

I fHE SAIF liAJCT TRtBTOTEi SATURDAY MOBNXBTG-, FEBRXTABY 6, 1904. 5 I PiT FALL OF SNOW KES FARMERS REJOICE iorm of the Year, Passes Over Utah and Wyoming, iving the Deepest Snow Seen in Salt Lake Valley in Many Years. 'f he snowstorm promised for yester- by tlc rather department came rj'Jj : schedule time and in even Greater DiS flume than was anticipated. The bcgaai falling about 0 a. m. In 5 r feathery flakes and by noon the iund ivaa covered to a. depth of about -e Inches of fresh enow. Then the fall k ' j ictnie more moderate and ceased nl 5 Lthcr for two or three hours in the W afternoon. After the dinner hour 0 'ere was a renewal oC hostilities, and a f -S oclock last evening: the snow was 'ti ! ivis inches deep, with tho prospect u : Ticw of as much more falling before itorrn would be over. According to ilk e'lwa1 weather bureau the storm was i 'ntral yesterday over Utah and Wy irhleh makes it certain that this Srbits received a valuable addition i ihe stores laid up In the ...

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

HI i 1 H 6 The Salt !Laice Tribttnej Saturday MOBansre, February' 6. 1904. u j 11 I1BEAKS THE RECORD ( lonsational- Quality: of Mer- , cur's Cinnabar. , I EARLY- SIXW PER CENT ' Ire of Value if $200,000 Niw ll Exposed, 'rocluclion of Quicksilver at th&'Sac ! ramento iu January Dividend ill March- Is Assured. i The monthly exhibit by the Sacrn I lento of Mercur tells of the-production r ; 77 flasks of quicksilver In January ; addition to the usual output of gold ulllon which passes through the hands I ' f ICnlsrkt & "Wat-nick on the way to thy I ' -'astern refinery, while a picked sam le of ore from the mercurial ore now olngr through theretorts shows a per eniage of nearly CO per cent qulcksll . er, with the average better, perhaps, Ian any belnc mined In this country I i ndeed the report shows that the nver ! i ge the past week attained as much as 3.5 mercury, the gold- that Is not burned up" passing Into the slag and I n to the dump, where It Is permitted j 5 learn that al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 February 1904

e1e$ on cotton H:Street Market a Drift ; l ing Match, LATION WAS LISTLESS Mtm Blamed for In- 'llScllvity In Stseks, Jl0a,ifenor5 Also Cut a Figure l$J&t"I,ived Beinonstrfttlons jKr in a Few Lines. 'lwlLlc Feb. S.-Today's stock mar-Vti.-tmtt drlftluff match, operators for WE part standing Idly by and llkne amalng fluctuations In the Earkct and awaiting tho expected JSuteomo of the question of peace ;,-n t,c far East. Tho mere fact yxSBtUd condition of tho cotton mar-s-jfficlent to exort a depressing llSt on stocks, whether the prico of iffKas advandnir or collapsing. As 'of fact the rebounds In that $9WviTC of almost equal vlolcnco xjifc Crops- Kalif marl.cts were also Inclined tbKWad I-lttlo llGht was to bo had in5o markets, therefore, on the a Kol peace or war. 7R'rtln arbitrage brokers wero Idle. me the almost stngnant condition "? Bn operations pending tho seltle- Br the Question". Tho weakness of ' more marked as tho day pro- V m-ard during the latter part of tho loi'cs of a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 February 1904

( )' 1 8 Tide Sajjf Lajos Tribtote: Saturday Moksotg-, February 6, 1904. I ROSS IS THE VICTOR H Took Twe Falis Out of Three HI From Lewis. H ' 1 BATTLE WAS HARD FOUGHT ' 1 Ftrty Minutes Consumed In : th Struggle Lewis Took the First Fall lay Apgrcs Hf ( sive "Work and Better King Generalship. , ; ' , 4. Lewis, first fall in fourteen mln- ' . titcs, witli linlf Kelson and lop hokl. 4- - Ross, second fall in four minutes. 4 fl --"wlth half Nelson and wrist hold. 4- after using front strangle with arm 4 H 4' loci;. i 4- Ross, third fall In eleven minutes. 4 H 4- with Nolson and arm hold. 4- 1 : 4. 4! 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- 4 4 The sport lovers in Salt Lake missed perhaps tho best wrestling mutch ever ulled off here by not turning oul to ( ::c-c the hard-fought contest betweon F. I 1 s. Lewis, ex-champlon of the world, j and Charley Ross, champion of Utah, at the Grand Inst night. The house was less than half full when the cur H ' .ain went up. and not a great number B anic in after. ...

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