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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 February 1904

; The Salt Lake TKarqKE; MdmSj&TMoKmsfo, ffEBRranrr's; 1904. Ll CLASSIFIED ADS ... I .1 ON PAGE 19 J rnsv cottage on L St., ' AW rfBrlKham. for J11W. V W nfT?rfpant new 6-rm. mod. Jck home on E. Cnd So.. "i 'hole? building lots on teJl'I Bast near 10th South. 11 1A very easy terms. ZjLW. So, S..S ( LITTLE & LITTLE. l,,Pm nressed br.. nearly new, por. WSitrt. e I natl. wood finish, high S3 jmSi foundation, war Brig, and Q. MIKffifr bauly of C rooms, 5 blks. Is. E., l-wStab. bal. same as rent. !.K?!1atc nenr Alta club. $200 per SfBiThu is 2' Per ceni cheaper than tlZMT: inrtv In this block. Errn W vth steam heat, large "B ap 0n Brlrr" nCa1' iM.'.Kf 'ird 10-room mod. house, one UlRS Tcniplp. fine for fiat. $7500. iKSSe the- largest list In the city. Little No W. 2nd So. s4!5 KnK at the FOLLOWING.' if -MlouU U't yu come and sce me )K, L cind to talk prices and term?, they not suit I have hundreds of TK u select from. K brick -room mod.. P St.. between Dl CM T-room.'mod.. corner ...

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. — 8 February 1904

H, 10 THE SALTXtAJOS TRIBUTE: M02nTAY iMOTXnsTG, S, 1904. I R ! ! . wffliJt WEATHER WILL i': BE BRIGHT.- ; . ! FORECAST FOB TODAY IS "FAIR" : , " OVERHEAD, BUT IT IS LIKELY t , TO XJE SLOPPY UNDER FOOT. I For today the weather clork announces 1 Hint the wenthor will bo fair. Yesterday I SCi'.&t-i Hurries prc- J li Ml V, ivalled In the fore- ' ; oon ns scheduled ty ' ! j Forecaster Hyatt, ; 'I f2 riK afternoon wns 1 ftif?k mf Hear, With a falllm; " '! ' eAfwSEv nicrenry. Hie lowest ' I jt-ji u mperature being: 2t' ' I r -''n-tSjv : U'Krfts, while the v ranSfoft maximum was 31. xHvM Reports from Colo- w5p5S33 ratio and adjacent r KrTSj States Indicated ' i SBbS weather conditions H fji similar to those pre ' , N -.vniUnir here. . n ( . I PRESS CLUB AT ; BANQUET. ' NEWSPAPER MEN AND FRIENDS ' HOLD INFORMAL GATHERING i ' ' AT COMMERCIAL CLUB. I i , Two hundred people were at the Press 1 ' club banquet at the Commercial club Sat urday night, ur.d two hundred pcoplo wont I j the limit...

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

IXJ.VL No. 299. Sait Lake City, Utah, Tuesday MonjsTyG, February 9, 1904, 12 toges.-five Cents. ; I Wa fighters of mikado and czar, jockeying for. ' ' I I I POSITION AND GREAT NAVAL BATTLE MAY COME TODAY ! I rzing Debris Marks Path of Fire Cyclone g 'pes of Desolation and Ruin Tell 'he Story of Wrath of Wind pi Panned Flames That Swept Over Business Section i of Baltimore. 8 Si f , Upwards of Thirty-Four Hours the Flames ? laughed Defiance at the Efforts of Firemen Estimates of Property Losses Vary at From $150,000,000 to TU. I $200,000,000. - t N in l A IS , :f-- :f n- jf-jfcer of buildings burned (estimated) 2500. ? na of burned district, 140 acres, or seventy-five business blocks. iiSj! cation of fire (from timo of its inception until under control) ifklrty-four and one-half hours. gwgate loss (estimated by city building inspector) $150,000,000 Wi ca buildings alone; on stocks $100,000,000; by insurance men, Zj: iaildings and Btocks, not more than $150,000,000. y."l cater of pers...

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. — 9 February 1904

H. j J ! . 2 The Salt Lake Tribune: Tuesday Moeotng, Februaby 9, 19P4. m - . . . m' 1 ! ! CONDEMNED CONVICTS ji;,; TO BE TRIED AGAIN j j Four Made Mad Dash for Liberty to Get Extra Punish rri2nt j I ! LegaV Point of Interest in the Case j j of Abe Majors. . I; J ComploInti will be Issued by County , " ; Attorney "Westervelt today against Abe Majors, Connors, Waddell and t, Mullen, the convicts who planned and i: took prominent parts In the dash for J j , liberty which occurred at the State 1 ' prison on the 9th of last Octobor. They j I will be charged with assault with ln j j tent to kill and with escaping from the I ' State prison. An additional charge of robbery will be entered against Wad i dell. t I Deputy Warden Wright conferred 1 with County Attorney Westervelt yes- 1 ' terday with reference to the com j plaints. It was intended that the war- ' rants should be issued yesterday, but 1 the matter was postponed until today because of an unusual amount of busl- . noss In tho Coun...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 February 1904

1 The Salt Ijke TRiBTOns: Tuesday Motssing, Febiixjaky 9, 1904. , 3 1' siiS li wTave viaduct $M - nstcr-Petition Presented M to Ogden Council. M,T pEATH TRAP ABATEB w In city up ,n Arms for ffli J Action. n flreads Said to Favor Proposition, fnd No Season Appears for A 1 i Further Delay. v. 5 9: jf TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE. 1 ' i USC Washington Street, j Telephone 263-K, y $ Ogden. Feb. 9. j L, citr Council meeting lost night . Frd J. Kiesel presented a petl- 'L. the Weber club, signed by ncar ' ms. asking the Council to Im L!r proceed to construct a viaduct 1 Knty-fourth street, from Wall to the Weber river, a distance of J4rf e three-fourths of a mile. NC j lof Kiesel, in speaking In behalf of fition called the Council's ntten ft dangerous conditions of the .1 ; Vre being upward of twenty rall- l mdss crossing It already and others Sdi LSatlon. he said. He cited the L "he construction of several J Lhrtorles west of the city had made 7 '.tr.fourth street the principal en 4 l Clothe ci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 February 1904

Bffi J ; 4. . The Salt Lake TBraxnTE: Tuesday jVIokning. e:ebruary 9. 1904:. jl I? j if he ailg tibtmt, ? ' 1 Insutd Every Morning by , Btlt Lake Trlbuno Publishing Company. '. I ! 1 PERRY S. HEATH, : j I Publisher- r.nil General Manarr!r. ; k ') , Ehtorod at tho Pofltoflco of Salt L.ak j i fclty tin second-clftSB matter. ' , TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ( 1 ,.' Pally aad Sunday Trlbuno. one weok.S .23 1 Dally and Sunday, ono month l.w ' Daily anil Bunday. tv.-o months. 2.W ' pally and Sunday, threo months S.00 I ; Dally and Sunday, one year L.w 1 Sunday Tribune, ono year.. w ; ,1 I " Funday Tribune, olx months J-w f Bcmt-'rVselcly Tribune, one year : 1e2 ' Ml rfimlttance.-i and business letters ' fthould bo addressed to I TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANT, Snlt Lake City, Utah. S. C. Beckvrlth, Special Ajjcncy. Sole Eaatern Adw.rtlalurc Asent. Eastern of fice. 4S-4-I-45-17-JS-50 Tribune Bullain New York. Wostcrn office. 510-612 Trlbuno (J 1 Building. Chicago. I Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 February 1904

1 (flB I SAXT LAXE TREBTOB: TUESDAY MOBSrntfG-. FEBRUARY 9, .1904. i 5 l ' I AGAIN Cas Is Now Before the '4W supreme Court. Mi BUSY FEBRUARY TERM ij pr Brawn's P.dtltitn for ! Writ of Prohibition. TPS J J fe 9 Young Attorneys Admitted to i'& i practice Pred Englo's Ap ! I peal Dismissed. ' i . H i February term of the Supreme iopfned yesterday and a , large ,t of business was transacted. 5. Sanborn of this county and n s. WIHIs of' Wasatch county admitted to tho bar of the State Hon of the committee of bar cx rs. John C. Burnham. formerly orney of Kentucky, but now of iT, was admitted to the bar upon 3 of E. B Crltchlow.. Mtitlon of Arthur Brown to se tfritof prohibition against Judge lo prevent further proceedings in c acalr.s.t him for adultery was under advisement by the Su MUtoTof Mrs. Annie F. A. Hll iklnr for a writ of mandate t District Judge Hall to compel confirm tho report of the com cers appointed to sot apart her Icterest In the estate of Dr. John ib, deceased, was a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 February 1904

MlV ' I H'H 6 ;, The SaJjT Lake Tbebtoee; Tuesday Motkzisg, Februaby 9. 3.904. J. I'll j RICH ORES IN UTAH ; I Sensatienal Values in Silver j and Lead. .1 ; FOUND AT GREAT BEPTH '! ' Samples Spread Bsforo th ' Directors. " I ' Sale of Lot Showing Over 200 Ounces I in White Metal A Dividend r ' Is Scented. The management of the Utah of Fish Springs n tlie Deep Creek country will . 1 today market a consignment of ore on controls disclosing as much as 20G ounces silver, with 5?, per cent lead, this , ' being followed by another lot from ' camp which encournges the belief that another piece of bread-money will be passed round in a short time. Afford ing even belter evidence of the splendid quality of ore over which Superinten i dent "Williams Is now revelling were i samples that had arrived from camp during the day for the enlightenment of ihe directors, who were gathered In regular monthly t?esslon. While the samples glittering with crystals of lead and sulphide of silver spoke for the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 February 1904

ffi The Bauf Ta&ke Trxbuintei Tuesday Mopjsten-g-, February 9, 1904. 7 lll Street Stumbles Under fWo Disasters. Si UwS WERE TIMID Was Dull and Listless j AH Bay. : I -s ) - W, j Declines Occurred in Many of I Stocte, but Volume of 3 Business Was Fair. 1 i - Tib 3 -The stock market to Ul SfaN the two-fold effect of iho fW-iin Baltimore end the breaking ATBamstlc relations between Russia -'ETeltlwr one of which was suffi v'IS J,lflcd a sevcre break ,n sL that the rupture between Rus- TtMn has been expected, and pro- dlcountcd to some extent, as Is rnlK ef fpeeutatlvc niarkcts with good JBta coming eventa. WfKii the event was not adequately ?QmjEj vas clearly enough demon i vr tte iSemorallzod tone of state W i, lathe-Paris bourse, which Is the ? fa shlch the effects of Russian -t i sould naturallv converge But i rirkct faced this double threat 7k wi apparent composure nt the , tto Ural decline falling to carry I J Uot priefs down to the parity of .'Bfldk iti level before our tradi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 February 1904

Pit T H ' I'm 3AEF ILtAKE TBtBUKEi TUESDAY MOKNTN"G-3 FEBRUARY 9, 1904. 1 I, , -It t Cable Cutting Followed j J By Stories of Sea Fights I . JAPANESE CONSULATE, 1 . CHEMULPO ,1 i (Continued from Pago ! Col. 7.) Russian embassy no cables- came from ! any source. RUSSIA'S POSITION IS , ' DIPLOiyiATICALLY STRONG I St. Petersburg, Feb. S. The Russian Foreign office la preparing a statement of the negotiations between Russia and Japan. It may be In the form of a cir- 1 eular note to the Russian reprcsenta- f tlves abroad, but It is more likely to I e published in the Official Messenger j ' as an official communication. - I ' The situation diplomatically is dell- i ji j cate and anomolous. Just what action I Russia would consider a cause for war ' j ' under the circumstances is not clearly ' defined, but It is painted out that when ' Japan abruptly severed diplomatic ne gotiations notification was given con- , corning the Russo-Japdnese treaty of ' 1 1S95 and 1S9S covering Korea. These ' ...

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

if ISE Six" LAKE TflBBtTSE: TUESDAY MOBlsESTG, FEBRUARY '9, 1W4 ' 9 ; ' ili . . : : II 1N HOUSE AND SENATE Senate Votes Aid to Lewis and Clark Fair. PANAMA CANAL BEBATE Sonata Passes a Number if Minor Bills, tferld's Fair Loan and Resolutions Occupy Attention of House Membors. Winston. Feb. S.-After listening ,:icclie9 by Mr.. Hopkins and Mr. niv In support of Hie Panama canal waty he Senate today passed the bill ranting assistance to the proposed Lis and Clark exposition at Port ed Or The bill as amended so as ETrjirf'oK I" exposition on Sundays and Vi St-Provision for a permanent memorial W 'to Lewis and Clark was eliminated. J Thc Panama canal question was then fit Len up and Mr. Hopkins? addressed icS Senate In support of the canal .' jtrwty , , , !-- ft Mr Clay followed, announcing his '-'iofnlion to vote for the canal treaty. '.'"S t?but at the same time sharply criticising ItM conduct of the Administration with WeR Laimg with the situation In Panama. ha ' $He announced his co...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 February 1904

Jl, 10 THU SSXFItAESl TKESUlfiEs TUESDAY MOItNl, Fli3BKCJAI?T 9, 1904, i r - 1 . IUBlazing Debris Marks Jj'ij Patfi o Pre Cyclone b: j . alw5zs- lg 111, bn ssgsfeprs i Kilifeliiiifsi p-j11I! mjmU mm mwmwBksr: minm IrriTii , r--' -- -Jr-, --:y;r ;-;V-'7 -a , j Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Building'. II ' ' (Continued from Paso 1.) I i oulldlng caught fire a number of times. I md whenever the doors were opened a 1 "howcr of sparks was carried inside. I . J. Frank Supplce, a competent au I ' hority on factory statistics, estimates I hat the number of persons thrown out I , f employment will reach 50,000. Others I ' lave estimated tho enforced idleness at I ' jreatly more. I Like a grim tower In the ruins stands I he walls of the fifteen-story Contl- I , lcntal Trust company building'. The I , ' , valla of the Baltimore & Ohio build I " I ng are standing, but tho Pennsylvania i ulldlng, directly across Calvert street, . 3 razed. Only the walls remain of the 1 . nce stately Eq...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 February 1904

THE BAm li&KB TRCBtJKE! TUESDAY MORNING, FeBRTIAKY 9, 1904. 11 j f ADDITIONAL j 'CLASSIFIED ADS ... I ; j ON PASE 12 j J.' i Tpn-VIN FOR CASH. IF 4 'l 3 front lots on 2nd West. ' -f Jtii vo lnqulro Angus Lam- -4 ?gSSe?PaperCo..6lW.8.Tcm? fe3 fvjjj GsyUlXE BARGAINS. . '.'J jl Cosv cottage on L st., b I MuKEndSo. rFJ I 'irS' of choice Innd ' '3 .,r Hth So. and lllli Choice bulldlns lots on "I jjjfeg- nd So- .115 ' I 1 1TTL.E & LITTLE. - J ' rri-spd br.. nonrly now. por. 3 "SfltL " U tL wood nnlsh. high foundation, near Brig, and Q. ' jw-beauty of C rooms. 5 blks. N. E., !&te near Alia club, $200 per ' "i Si. Is 2S per cent cheaper than &'ty m this block. W p?o deep, on Br!, near Sen. MKrtfftnd lOcoom mod. house, one 3 TemP e fine for flat. $7o00. X (ftTSfe. the city. Little. No- -1 -"d So- 3 AT THE FOLLOWING. IF isuld cult you come and see me. &Wi it glad to talk prices and terms. , they not suit I have hundreds of ilS flJjcfcT-roomniod.. P sL, between : H-rocm mod...

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. — 9 February 1904

j! ; 12 The Sait !Lake Trxbue: Tuesday Mommse. FEBBTJAinr 9, 1904. I I j f ' UMBRELLA DAY I AGAIN. , ' 1 t i. ; (WEATHER MAN ANNOUNCES ; ; ' 1 THE COMING OF SNOW jj FOB SALT LAKE, j ' ! The weather bill of fare for today, as j' written by Forecaster R. J. Hyatt, In- I I ' lfUA eludes a drop iu tho 1 , . T T-Cd temperature and ' i! ' &&4''-''3 unom. Whether It it I '-pSf? wHl Buulno, ! ' I I old-fashioned snow- ; I , storm llko that oC 1 : ;'-WWtir' y .J"l week, or "flur- 1 1 ' ZlkfSite : rlc3," as the weath- 1 ! ,'i!?-,'v' r bureau calls thorn. J I ' s not announced. nSSo$a Tho weather yccter iS&iaW'' "'" Vi ly was fair and nc- ?fiVfS (J cording to schedule, i , - !& . '.J Tho highest tcmpcr- I' .vj -.i- ature was 33 degrees, , J I 'lowest 20 degrees. 1 , ijiu rocoru at othor points wnsr 1 C , Ma.x. Min- ' I) Denver Clear... .M 11 II Orantl Junction Pt. Cldy....U 14 i Helena Pt. Cldy.... 4 S Pocatcllo Pt. Cldy.. ..32 IS Modcna Cloudy.... 3 1 1 Wlnncmucca ., Cloudy,.....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 February 1904

JRotj1- :No- 30- Salt Lakh: City. Utah, Wednesday Mobstng, Febritakt 10. 1904. 10 PRGES.Five Oekts. H j ; I SW0 BATTLESHIPS AND ONE" U CRUISER SMASHED OFF I! PORT ARTHUR ' 1 - . """J tic Brown Men Behind the" Guns on . the jgikado's Ships Put Five of the I Enemyfs Most Powerful Fight- j ing Machines Out of i business a Russian Officers Wounded, Nine of the Crew Kiiled nd Fifty-One Wounded in Battle Before Port Arthur Attempt of Russian Warships to Prevent Landing of D n apan?se at Chemulpo Resulted in a Fierce Battle in Which Two Russian Ships Were Destroyed. - i ROOJQ 1 1 kFco, Feb. 9 The steamer Columbia has arrived from Port Arthur with il news of the attack by the Japanese fleet upon the Russian fleet In the 1 Wide of the harbor of Port Arthur. The Columbia was In the roads 3 Use and felt the first shock of a torpedo explos'Ion at 11 o'clock on Mon- - Wt. gjjj! ie attack continued all night and at dayllcht today two Russian battle- Szi one first-class Russian cruiser were seen t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 February 1904

1 Hi I H 2 The Salt liAios TribtjjSGB: Wednesday" Moknxn'Gj February 1 0, 1904. n ! : . -wCtri I JAPAN DEALS RUSSIA TWO CRUSHING BLOWS IN SEA FIGHTS I,, PASSENGER STEAMER jj f! IN MIDST OF FIGHT , j Brittish Mail Carrier Columbia Was Between the Fighting ' I Warships and Sustained Slight Damage I ; " ', From Stray Shells. '!. 1 I; ' I Chee Foo, Ffb. 0. The British steamer k ' I Columbia, which arrived hero today from J I j Tort Arthur, bringing news of the at l( ' , tack by the Japanese Meet upon the Rus t i slan Jleot, reports that the Columbia had ! a narrow escape from Injury, Her pas sengers and crew were very much excited 'I ' In regard to her dangerous position. i While going out the ronds at Port Ar- I thur the Russian crulaer Novlk got be- i , tween the Columbia and the Japanese Meet. Shells which passed over the Novlk I struck around the Columbia. Her Hag was t 1 cut Into splinters and one shell fell on her dack. The faces of those who wore on deck were blackened with powde...

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

I The Sait jLakhr Tribute: Wednesday Moigstcng-, February LO, 1904. ? ijlllB TollR. POULTER. III CiflLeJit- Browning Notifies B-.Biley Bound Over 3riefs. dfui. l! TRIBCNE BRANCH OFFICE. M,UI5jj 2bfi Washington avenue, 0(nb Telephone 2CZ-K. E Ogdon. Feb. 10. ' fc Poller. who owned Iho prlzo idmI'iSS" w aL tho, saR I-ok,c ''TO. uas .1 kick coming accord ' 1 WSh'vav f tbinkins. Ho alleges -IfeSn aSlcles haw appeared In Tho MlJF', Muavo done Him an Injustice. plaW &iSrs,res 11,0 Trlbun0 10 ST ? Vs awarded first prize on cock- Lcchorn class and that the iiF1-1 Sr 'w who 53 prM'denl Un rouHry association, and one of V, w poultry JuUgea In the country. IHSu' TIL action of the Salt Lake man- Ufof. 'cntlKiy unwarranted 1 scored lrt bird twice before ho entered W 'Sok and It was again scored at W. ft?j.o and won first prlzo. Be- "SSR and Salt Lake shows tho het fSors became bent, and Mr. 'u 'ffiv put the splint on to keep "fc :iSU oft. The splint was In 'isV? 5 m and the judge of the show...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 February 1904

1 H 7 The Salt Lake Tribtote: Y3edstesbat MommsTG February 10. 1904. jl ' 1 ! Issued Every Mornlnjr by ih: l Salt Lake Trlbuna Publishing Company. i PEBB.Y B. HEATH, ; 1 , Publisher and General Manager. , : J I EnUred at tho Poatofflco of Salt I ' I City ae iccond-cleusa mtUtor. I ' ' , I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, j ' Daily and Sunday Tribune, ono wcck.S .25 M ' , Daily and Sunday, ono month. lw : Daily and Sunday, two months .w i Daily and Sunday, tbmo month 3.w I Dally and Sunday, ono year ! i Sunday Tribuno, ono year.. , ' " ' Sunday Tribune, nix months , J V; Semi-Weekly Tribune, one year j I All remittance and busineos letters ' I should bo addressed to ' i TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. ' ! 1 Salt Lake City. Utah, I I s. C Bcckwlth. Special Agency. sol J 1 Eastern Advertising Apent Eastern ,or- : i York. W6tern office, E10-613 Tribuno ': Buildlnr, Chicago. ' j Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. ! j , Tribuno Telephone Numbers. ' Buoinoss Office 'MV'yi2 I! Cltr Editor MtrS j News sud N...

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

I n II The SaxiT !Lake Texbtoste: Wednesday MomrosG, Febrttakt 10, 1904. 5 j 1 yLm Court Gives Opin es jn Four Cases. ijjllllGE UPHELD IN ALL ILmpHcatlen Caused by W0Jamfls Malloys. i i jftse of Agnes J. Twiggs vs. 1 1 staid of Land Commissioners If Lout Opinions Axe Given. i t HI j 1 i Vrlnions were handed down in ! iXwurt yesterday. Each of ft affirmed the decision of the I S ami all were written by Jus Srtr and concurred in by Chief I aikln and Justice Bnrtch. I Lfeion of the lower court is af 1)1 forte case of Aencs J. Twiggs iff state Board of Land Commls- j plaintiff brought the ac obtoin m writ of mandate the Board of Land Commls , compel the Board to award UlntIK the preference right to , a piece of land 17x4-10 rods, ijkt county, and to credit her , vaUe of certain irnprovc 3t was rendered in the trial fjyor of the plaintiff, directing defendant Board recognize the preference right to purchase tid to credit her with the ap ralue of her Improvements. .Jendant appealed to the...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 February 1904

1 j 6 The Salt Lake Tribune: TTedtesday Mopjstgstg, February" 10. 1904:: j If'; COPPER BELT OUTPUT j! li Over 750 Tons of Ore fVlov- - ! ing Daily. j f NEW LOCOMOTIVE NEEDED ; i Drawing Heavily n thi Bes- ! If ' ten's Bins. ' ' Yampa and Columbia Each, Supplying s ! 1 - Plants With a Steady Tonnage, 'II -As Is Commercial. 'i ' ' ' Ovor'thc Copper Belt's system of tracks, by which the hills at Bingham ' are being girdled, there is now passing i for reduction at the valley furnaces I' about 7C0 tons of ore dally, notwlth- , r.tandlng the winds that howl and drifts that rear themselves within the cuts, ' ) ' said' Harripon Clement, superintendent of the' railway, on his arrival from camp yesterday to confer with Asslst 1 . , ;-.nt. Manager Bayly. From the bins of i the Boston Con. he is now drawing, j about. 175 tons of ore. that appeals to i , hlm-like mighty profitable stuff, dally, with assurances that he will be supplied i 1 with at least 200 as soon ns the weather improves, while ...

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