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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 February 1904

The Sam? Lake Tribtote; Saturday MoKBroare, Febrttakt 6, 1904. 9 H aVEOPiNiONS GIVEN 3 upremeCurt Justices Havt l a Busy Day. ! COWEH CiURT IS UPHELB pjy Wast Hold Responsible f fir Injury t Mathews, y'ery Important Ruling by the Court iu the Matter of Water Bights I in Little Cottonwood. iis gross negligence for the superln lent of a mill to start the machin without first giving warning to the loyees This is the essence of an ,lo'n Handed down In the Supreme t yesterday in the case of Thomas hews vs. the Daly West Mining com v( appellant, ie suit is one- brought before DIs- judge Mor?c, In Summit county, ccover damages in the sum of 520. for personal Injuries. The evidence ,ved that the plaintiff was employed he ,nIU and that on October 3. 1901. le'lving across a belt, tighteulng a he "as squeezed between the belt 'a pulley and severely injured. W Sherman, the superintendent of ralll is said to have told the plaln ho was going to shut the mill down repairs for half an hour, and tol...

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. — 6 February 1904

Br J B 10 The Salt TiAKE Tkdbijke: Satttrda'Y' MoiarosrG, Fpruaiiy 6. 1904. A m " SHOWS GOULD'S HAND B ' Great Road Builders Behind H. ' . Western Pacific. H WHAT RAILROADERS THINK ( Bowling Graon Trust Company Boss Gould's Business. ' Thought That the New Bond- Will TJsb tho Bio Grande Terminals Hl in This City. Rallrqad officials declare that the 150, m 000,000 mortgage o the "Western Pacific Hallway company, which was filed with H ; the County Recorder Thursday, 1b a r : positive Indication that Gould's dream of an outlet to the coast will soon be , realized. It Is asserted that air doubt has been removed of Gould's conncc tlon with the proposer road. The Bowling Green Tinst company, ln whose favor the mortgago was H; j drawn, Is known to be a Gould concern, H, and has floated n number of bond-is- Hl sues In their Interests. Edwin Gould is president of the company and, with his brother, Howard, is on the board of directors. It is known, according to railroad men, as a Gould conce...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 February 1904

The S.&ip f I.' CLASSIFIED ADS ... I llomfiE12 j fcfAuTsTOCK: OF FURNITURE 4 ..-mtous town; good reasons for II ra rw7u.s p. o. Box G13. Nampa. 'I ibO. U lTURKOF 1S-ROOM HOUSE, H must bC sold: owner leaving V , ' DC,V. house for rent, close in. For f fi!lZST3 add F 2 Tribune. sZT t rMNTOK TOURING CAR. COST . ' ,i NO headlamps, 550 worth extra k .' ,u Vr-class order. J1650. Colorado -.it Co 1510 Court Place, Denver. V !!?mB agents for Thomas 3-cylln-V' " pf touring cars, $2600. s239 J J OF GENERAL MERCHAN- 5 " L -tore building, dwelling house, large W - fti. cellar, warehouses and 2-aCre X beVt pari of erowlntr town of MO '1 i.. onlv one other store, 6 sawmills r If n'lfi miles; large territory: coal mine ' ft a relies. 10-ft. vein: best farming tlv In Idaho, heavy live stock coun-Tn-ner lias other business requiring Vu time, cleared $4000 last year; capl-S-quIrcd S5M0 to JSCO0. Address T 15. . bunc $2." StoTAKES FURNITURE OF 7 RM. Mk! close In. Como Quick to The G. C. tSI1 Sf-r ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 February 1904

h 1 1' x 2 TELE &A1F LAKH? TBIBUOTS: Satukday Mokntn-g-3 Febrcjahy 6, 1904. 1 I, UMBRELLAS TO BE WORN. '. WEATHSK. CTiEEJwS TOBECAST j j INDICATES PltOPEH STREET 1 WEAR FOR TODAY. ; l.lGfiT -SHOW Tiio varm snow storm that Wcathor Forecaster llyn.lt Gchndulod for yester day arrived on tlrno yesterday morning nud stopped over. H iIj stated by Mr. Hyatt that the vls 3:or will leave by this morning and that ino weather will bo fair. Tills means that It will bo well to carry un umbrel la, rs mounts and rubbars. as thoro I may be light sr.owr. or rain. The maxi mum fempcrctur- ycDierc'ay was F-3 de grees ond tho low rerord 2i desvons. At other points tho tomporature ranged about th siunti, but wJth tho exception of Poca tcllo. Jdo., no snow was reported. Here Is i vhe record: Mai:. Min. Denver Plly Cldy....? C2 Grand Junction rily. Oldy....:: H Helena Cloudy.... K 12 i , Pccatr.llo Snowing.... M .".l 1 Modna Cloudy.... 62 Y.'.nnyinucca P:ly. C!dy....K 22 I1 CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. Ther...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

. j llK "WEATHER TODAY Snow flurries. -r-r'-ru IlijTxyiTo- Salt Liakts City, Utah, Sunday Motig, February 7. 1904, 28 phges,.fivb Oetos. flKADO'S DOGS OF WAR ARE IN THE SLIPS AND. . I ORDER TO UNLEASH IS MOMENTARILY EXPECTED I ij' GOLBEN STORE sloNS PAGAN HORDES Ked Swindler Rounded Upin Pittsburg. fiCER'S SLICK SCHEPIE f&ped to Represent Chines Six Companies. Bundle of Certificates Which -Jfeear to Be Genuine Arrest Is disconsidered Important. JRX "?RW. Feb. 6. Arthur S. Spencer, ZKfiis been posing In Pittsburg for 23El week as an agent of the Chl--L;Kjr companies, was placed in Jail STaBarge 0f Impersonating a United Sfllcer with intent to defraud. jr-Acer Is alleged to have served time lasjjfcfal different penal institutions in -jSuntry, and is said to be one of ''post notorious s'windlers who make rr-KlneEe their victims. 'Winethods in this city arc said to been the selling of bogus regls jMS certificates and also getting ";y'by other means. " T-OMvcer called on Immigrant In...

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. — 7 February 1904

f IBB SAIT LAKE TRIBTmE; ST3KPAY MOKNHSTG-. lBRUAEY 7, 1SU4. 1' IL - AMERICANS IN PERIL Situation in Santo Domingo Alarming. i WARSHIPS GO TQ FRQNT r Rebels Besiego tho San Isidrg Plantation, ii American Marines to Be Landed, and ! -Protection Afrordcd the For eign Residents.. Washington, Feb. C Simultaneously at the State department and the Navy , department today the announcement wao made that a serious state of af fairs Is prevalent In San Domingo. " Complaint has been made to the State department by the owners of the San Isldro plantation that their property had j been besieged, and an appeal Is made for Immediate relief. Other Americans having Interests In Eon Domingo have made similar com- plaints. I Mr.. Jiloody, the Secretary of the Navy, and Mr. Loomls, the acting Secretary i ! of. State, had a long conference with J tho President upon the subject. "With his return to the Navy depart- j ment from the White House, Secretary Moody held a conference with Rear- 1 Admiral Taylor...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

I THE SAX.T XiAJOE TRIBXrrE: SUNDAY MOHNING FEBRUARY 7. 1904. 3 1 ssu.M' . f THE REPUBLICAN SITUATION wjmhi m H- Smih oleyTbe Republican State Jp Committee and the Coming Conventions-Some of p, he Candidates Prominent. TfiMfc TRIBUNE SPECIAL. j IB Vampa, Ida.. Feb. B.-In tho election for lr !.",, year of 19W ho Republicans 01 Idaho V&Bw a comp,oto v,ctorv" Th0y leCtCd "' IKscwb' every official from Conslablo to OT.cnVcldon B- Hoybum was c,cclctl " t'lnJtcd States Sejiator from Idaho there ?o hardly enough Democrats In tho iiJlfJeglslature to nwko tho contest lntcrcst- lltnhJIo tho Legislature was In session IttlftBvcral bills were introduced in regard to Mail, .ranting booming privileges on tho Clear- ; " Mater river and its tributaries. There. t two conflicting propositions, ono -v. ipkaom as tho Wcyerhauscr and tho other Ktaown as tho Schoflcld propositions. Tho & W? Mils for both propositions wore defeated. miKowlns to the demand for "an open river BLko jjjq !ca" cry that...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

i & Tub Saivt Jajie TKramns.- Sunday Mo:r2?xntg. February 7, 1904. L ;- 'more harriman talk Persistent Rumers That He U Is to Take San Pedro. DENIED BY A BIRECTOR Harriman Interests Confined t ' Helding f Bends. ! Borrowing- of Southern Pacific Engi neers Gave Hiso to tho Story of . a Clju-k-rerriman. Deal. San Frnnblsco. Feb. C Southern Pa- ' clflc surveyors are now taking: an ac- tlvc part In locating tho, final surveys L. for Senator W. Clark's Los Anscles L ; , & Salt Lake railroad, south from Ca llentes, Ncv., to Dapgett, Cal. For this reason it Is believed In railroad and ! financial circles that E. H. Harriman, either through the Southern Pacific company or the Union Pacific or his , ; Oregon Short Line, has obtained con I trol of the Clark road, il The dispatch- nbovc has given rise j ' , again to tho old ' insistent rumor that the Harriman Interests have the con I trolling ownership of the road and not I the Clarks. It is an old story, but f 1 every excuse is used t...

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

n THE BAIr LiAKE 'ITOUNEt SlTNTDAV MORTsTN'Gs FEBRUARY 7, 1904. 5 flfcTi A LETTER J Lewis Decides on a Fine Point. ( THOUSAND AT STAKE ,ritnce of Knowing How to Soo!!. I j rence Between the Utah Stove & idwaie Company and the Utah ' (tone & Hardware Company. l Hlttr if ,1,c ,rlVMl 1101111 upon V . Ln implant h--al c-,,;" was dc ' Juj?. L-v.is in th- Distri. i .t!.r.!.v. H.i.' !.: 1-1 ' cTj tisqui'o probable that it would Lt the- EUh Sior and Hard-linpar- m in- i -H 1 Lrdlng to ihc complaint of the Eff, ih. Its- -r.. 1: f Cjj. cf Chicago sued the Utah Hardware companj In the r"';!ll court of rook county. Illinois, Hjor JiMsnu r.t for J--- Th' in Its answer set out that no HKtfton har! cv .- be- a Instituted DlL t that a summons had been 'Vrh Lr r 'll '",f lh" l't:ih J SffiiJ H 'i ' -ainst ibajKh' i - 11 ' "'' ' ' - MugL ,i I! .1 tl- I :! ' 1 ' Sf5Bov an I Hardwan . ..mp.M '5Kv)iCccr of the Stone company, ttejjK. u was ,ir,t known that tl.. i iEt s-ich . or ..r.iM..u In .-: n....

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

I 0 THE 8AJLT XLAKE XKIBTOrai SUNDAT MOKNXyG flTSBllITAKT V, JLUU3:. I: I ! j TWO WOMEN BOWLERS ' ; 1 WHO KNOW THE GAME p&7X cnticu AJir cMcRict. fro7v a DOCK I( New- York, Fob. C Two of the best I women bowlers of Chicago, Mrs. G. B. ( Gardner and Mlsa Lenore Henkcs, will soon be Eeen here In a match eerleo against Mrs. Engelhardt and Miss Nellie Lester of this city. Mrs. Gardner, ac cording to reports from the Western metropolis, is In a class by herself. In Ii 1 " George Slier, tho trrcat prize-fight au thority, discusses the recent Ryan-O'Brien J match In Philadelphia In a way to shako the confidence of humanity in all ring , j contests. Slier says: "After months of wrangling and nrgu ' ' mcnts regarding their respective fistic merit?, Middleweight Champion Tommy rtyan and 'Philadelphia Jack O'Brien en 1 paced In their much-talked-of six-round contest Wednesday night, and according L to reports tho champion's title did not bo- I I come ruflled. Tho flrst accounts of tho i ba...

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

Mj The Salt Lake Teibiine: Sunday Morotstg-s Februaut 7, 1904. 7 H ?ffl WORLD OP SPORT 'JyTbeaten at basket j ball by logan boys ' -nKovo, Feb. 6,-Thc B. Y. U. basketball M, Jaa defeated by the B. Y. C. team , (ifffwttn In one of the most exciting it rfcicver played in Trovo. The score J WhJ end of the fl.st hnlf was 11 to 9 In IlWjM 0t the visitors, ant, at the end of ;l?,iwLe was 18 to 17. The locals com- i -Wtn'fd of "nfnir decisions of both referoo "StfiE'oBPlro i" n0t calling fouls on the aoSi oWera when thoy should, whloh, claimed, cost them the game. This SpkPL ,Mt icanuo ganio to be played In Scum the winner Tth ' iptured the Burns Kandi- cap With Ease. i 28 iS EIGHT TG ONE SHOT ft, ni ithir In tho Cap of Young S5? Hildebrand. H ( fegin's Horse Lead From Start to 'f Finish, in a Field of Six 1 teen Good Runners. Ik, I Un Francisco, Feb. C Modicum, car jj iM pounds, and ridden by Hll frand, won the flO.000 Burns handl- nd to P at InSlesltle todav from a hiEh- tea field. Claud...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

, THIS MQRNINS'S NEWS. H? ; ALL OVER TUB COUNTRY Charge H mado by attorney that attempts havo been H mado to tamper with the Jury lit the H Machcn postal case. ...Senator Hanna seemed stronger yesterday. ...Only wo man H patont lawyer in tlio country wins Jo.000.0W) H ' J ' case In Chicago Senator Hoyhurn of H.' ' Idaho proposes to make models of war- H ships for landsmen to look at.... Col. Bui- H ler acquitted on the charge of bribery nt H Pulton, Mo. H FOREIGN Diplomatic relations be- HJ twecn Japan and Russia broken oft and H Ministers will leave for home. .."World B -war Is predicted in London as result of tho Eastern complications. ...Americans in H San Domingo appeal to tho State depart- 1 li ment for protection. H, MOUNTAIN AND COAST-Sonalor Du- H! bols designates two vice-presidents of tho H , Notional Board of Trade for Idaho.... H ', ?2,2o0,000 irrigation schema hi tho Big H Horn basin, "Wyo., approved by the Sec- H rclary of tho Interior.... Two candidates H for tho Repu...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

E The Saif XassTT 1904:. 9 lTiS!N OOUNGIL iw Ta,ks From sme of ;t Utah's Thinkers. r 5S SUCCESSFUL MEETING i g W Wolls on Politics In Ppt, I the Schoels. jL . htktn In Favor of the For ili3t1 jtion of a State Heading 'm' I Circle. L L -r i if& tm Relationship of the State S'liv to lh0 P!lblic Sch00ls"- fi r-.j" -f, Kingsbury. University of -f To-V few Can the Rural School Bo ' ' I Moro Attractlvo to Its Pu- S .president W. J- Kerr, Agrl- iril college. trcl dl3CUlon- Can the Superintendent -f i too Teacher to Contlnua -f pwff'onnl Growth? lTo. J. -f ttt fcKnisht, Principal Stato Nor- Twining school. 3! serai discussion. , biennial convention of the city rrisTr, ;,;.. public school super In tend- ITuii :tho State of Utah closed yc3-nT- with the above programme. The i$s made by Presidents Kings SCHc nd Kerr In the forenoon were We, dealing with present prob- the educational system. The Pby Prof. McKnight in the af- Seas full of wisdom and sound fiCf, sedations, aDd altogether the H...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

Wi! 10 The SaXiT Iake Tiucbtote: Socndat Mornxn'Gj February 7, 1904 1; j fl Pennsylvania Watches Utah; Great Interest in Oil Prospects TO RECLAIM OVERLAND N Ill-Starred Property to Be 1 Reopened. H ; EXAMINATION IS CONCLUDED Findings Most Favorable to Hi the SViinss. Jlccoivcr Clark of the Opliir Mill Docs the Work For Its Redemption j $30,000 Is Subscribed. The properties of the Overland Mining company at Sunshine are to be ac corded another opportunity In which to ' redeem themselves, this with the consent of the District court of Tooele county, H'j 1 and under the direction of E. W. Clark, H' ' who was over n year ago designated ns receiver of the company's holdings in that ill-starred camp. To this end prom inentinterests in the old undertaking have been working for some time. FI nally Receiver Clark, who is serving ' Senator Clark of Montana as general 1 superintendent of his Ophlr Hill mines H , in Ophlr canyon, was taken Into their confidence, and an exhaustive sampling H of ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

wj : The Saus ILake Tbibtotei snyrDAY xoRffmGr, Febrhajry 7, 1904. H H plWALL STREET iculation Was Dull and Spasmodic. fjL BIG PLAYS MADE 5$jK'8!nB Day of Wa3k Fer" Js;ca8td Ni Imprevomon?. pWlsylv;mia's 550,000,000 Borrow 'lased That Stock to Slump -gect of Bnnk Statement fSL York. Feb. C-Tho action of to HSrUcle market Indicated a. feeling of : apprehension over tbo subject of SSiE loans than over the Impending war J nwMtth far East Prices rebounded from WrilKht opening depression reflected BU foreign stock markets, whero tho Jfcc of a peaceful outcome was reported rWlwll abandoned. 2, BSr borrowing of 530.000.C0O by the Pcnn mSi'nla Railroad company Induced very n5E eniiiff of Pennsylvania stocks, tho QljE; Company owning tho stock of the rowing corporation. This loan and tho un J u was a prciudo to fllmllar borrowings by other railroad cor Eatlons caused a marked Impression In SnjKbncnt all through tho strccU The loss 7(B5Mj,encsvlvanIa itself reached 1, at the p'ric of the morn...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

12 THE 8AIT liAKB TRIBOTTE: STOTDAY MOKOTNG, FJEBKCIAPJT 7, 1904:, , ! Issued Every Morning by Salt Lake Trlbuno Publishing Company, j PERRY S. HEATH, ; J Publisher and .General Manager. , i 1 Entered at the PoetoMcn of Salt Lata - , , City an eoeond-claao matter. , TEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono week. J .25 Dally and Sunday, onp month 1.00 . I Daily and Sunday, two mouths 3.00 Daily and Sunday, throe months 3.00 ' Dally and Sunday, ono year Sunday Tribune, ono year 2.00 Sunday Tribune, six months l.W 1 Bomi-Weekly Tribune, ono year 1.60 All remittances and business letters lj should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COM PANT, Salt Lake City. Utah. S. C. Bockwlth. Special Agency. Solo j Eotern Advertl9ln?r Agent, caotorn or , . ncc 4C-IM5-J7-S-4I Tribune Bulldlnjr. New .: York. Western office. B10-512 Tribune Building, Chicago. ' "Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. Tribuno Telephone Numbers. Buslnepa Office City JEdltor 3S.I-3. Blnffs Isewo and Iij;iit Editor 3SI...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

, If THE SAXiT Ti ATTTi TKIBTOra: SXINDAT MOTUOTSTG, FEBRUARY 7, 1904. 13 eDToF WARSHIPS m WILL TELL OF NAVY Senator Evolves a Plan Whereby People of the Interior Ttt May G"a2e Upon the Wonders of the Mod jfjjf em-Fighting Machines, I LespoKdbncb tribunes "tl nn Feb. 2. Senator Hey vfS &o is anxious that the peo feJlJ ,CJS estate should know more irJ?J Shlpa than they do. partlcu jjj E the one building and S r the Gem State. 1 ?8 it end he has Introduced a bill the Secretary of the Navy to I be constructed a fully com r i fcjel of each war vessel in Un- i navy which is given the name State or city. These mod :4fc Llmllles of fighting machines g3 deposited In the capltol bulld- e states for which they are 'M fer in the city hall of the city U for a city. bS insure 19 regarded as one which JH Iruct the people and arouse pa- Sentiment in the youth of the Ufck 10 -that they will be anxious & the men behind the guns. It S- be acted upon favorably and R become a law Idahoans who e...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

?' l4: Thjs Salt Lake Trtbtdgoj: Stotday MOJtfnQSTG-. Fjsbrttaby 7, 1904. I Id. , BICYCLE THIEF TAKES : I ' UP A NEW LINE OF WORK i , I Jack, the clothesline slrlppcr, Is abroad ! or rather he was abroad, hut Is now safoly 1 behind the bars In a coll of tho city Jail. I His nomo doesn't happen to be Jack, as ' i that slven to the desk sergeant. Is Ernest Sundqulst. It was the suspicious action of the man , In trying' to hido behind a trco on Fourth l Itast bi-lu-een Third and Fourth South I fnat nttracled the attention of Mounted ii Patrolman dive shortly after 10 o'clock i last night. Upon placing tho man under ur- icst tho officer found a number of nrtl i i !m of wearing apparel In hls possession. Tho policeman had to lead his horse and , , I he fellow managed to drop several of tho II clothes before arriving at Ihe pollco sta , ifon. Tho two pieces of clothing which Sund nulst placed tho lenot valuo upon as ovl doncc. or thewo at lenot which he still had upon his arrival at tho H...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

I BUSINESS TONE crchants in Good s Over Outlok. ,5 HELP GREATLY) Is Mors Activ Than for Months, rease in Bank Clearings is a Good Volume of Business, sums up the business alt t Lako city this week In a i follows: enthcr this week has helped Wholesalers report Increase favorable conditions are cvl larco number of new under jenccd. Considerable East seoklng mining Investments, n aro very much oncouraged f the Improved situation. ImOEt without exception that ado better than It has been ibe holidays, but that Jt Is letter than last year at this ivlval and Increase Is wcl s also inevitable It Is slm inlng of the effect of the i which are coming to Salt newer factors which must s at once ou account of the Idencc In Salt Lake's future es la the assurance that the f.c railroad is to push coo- line from this city to San its assurance came during lie filing of a $jO.C0.O bond i to be used In tho construc d with confirmation of the jellc-f that the Western Pa a Gould line nnd Is to form which ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

I . ' SNOW FLURRIES t -. " rWERE SIDE TRACKED TO EA8T- .WARD OF OITY, BUT ARE j ( EXPECTED TODAY. The snow flurries expected yesterday 1 1 were sidetracked somewhere prist or fcn .Lake City, but yfei-v "Weather Forecaster l$Pw iz Jlyult has ndvlces TinJ (that they will reach HflKV hero somo time to 1 " ASR doy. Consequently n iffi signal Hag reading WPSS rSnow flurries" for 1 JEfTn Sunday. Following I cBBafSiw the storm of Friday 1 JKfiJWi lie mercury took a I $& drop, the low record I1 flSKHrtt iov yesterday being I bKII n 'decreed. Tho I Mb& J .maximum tcmporu I ' W k turo was 20 degrees. P i t l vt A warm wave seems D -r rtMT Mjri ho central over 1 ; LIGHT OHCW Colorado and Ig llke I 2v to i-caoh hero about Tuesday or I Wednesday. I At Denver vestcrdny the maximum tcm l pornturo was 01 degrees, minimum 31 do P crocs. Tho record at other points follows: L Max. Mln, Grand Junction Clear.. ..GO 20 t Helena Cloudy.... 1G S : Pocntollo Cloudy.... 34 2' Modena Clear.. ..42 y jW...

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