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

5JI The SaitXiAKE Tbibune: Wednesday JSLossxssg, February 10. 1904. 7 t'J 'H jLk Market Develops a i ShlW f Stren9th" 1 RUMORS CUT FIGURE H jniif Naniy Market Showsd 3 I Much Firmer. I jfoma Measure Was Due to Rumor -'3 : Cf Russia Placing? S300,000,- I I oOO Loan in Europe H i ' " "I'H i -1. Kcb 9.-Thc stock market fond the partial resistance to dc & Ston which characterized it yesterday dtvelopcd positive strength today In -UK.f ibe continuance of depressing fac ii The lack of news of a favorable iKw to accounl for the advanco in K dv observers back to the con fflK. lhat vcuterday's fall, compara .K jjht as it was considered, was l-Kur than was warranted by the con ViTtcfc of the Baltimore lire with the vEio between Russia and Japan. L Solent break of State funds in for 1 tlifc nurkcis was again accepted as a ftu-ation this moraine that thorc J'fcflCflnsldcrable clement abroad which Jb Hill clung to a slender nope of peace. ma m, after the severance of diplomatic re 3&K I ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 February 1904

H jj; 8 The SaotJLakh Tkibottb: Wspesday Mqknxntg-, Fsbrtjahy 10, 190, 1 1-1 ! j HIS LOYAL WIFE WITH !; ... . HIM TO THE LIMIT I, ; Ii j Drlvon to desperation by the hungor and i 1' ,1 privation of his four-months' bride, Hcn;y J r "Wlckllffo walked Into police headquarters 4 I lnat night nnd asked for shelter for hlm- ' iij self nnd wife. Tho girl accompanied him, j , i And together they related n ptory of mis- j k , fortune and love that won the sympathy j ' of all the officers who listened, j j ; ' Wlckllffo Is a young miner from a Mon- j tnna town, and Is probably 25 years of ; J !j age. Four months aso he was married, jj ' , but continued to work In the mine until i I ' trouble arose between him and the fore- i ' i man, which resulted In hln dismissal He ' remained In tho ca-np for several weeks In the hope of work, but the opportunity . failed to come. I He had saved a- small amount from his earnings, and Anally, convinced that he i 1 could secure no work at the camp where ! j...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 February 1904

5Jy vRSe'Samt Lake Txubunis: "Wednesday Morotng, February 10, 1904. 4 q . TiDDlTIONAL 1 iJcUSSlFIED ADS ... I ;S ON PAGE 10 J 1 AUCTION SALES. I g the choice of them for SS.50 1 1 -z'is thai cost to JC. will .i ?ntoCtaSt cost from S3 to K ; SSt l the low price of 50c K i to make room for my new 1 ftrh will be delivered aboul V ,'-5,B0t foil to call If you want V KeDfurVlturc. beds and bedding r -l rf? irs value. Remember the 4 uth West Temple st.. 3 doors f I fflajuralt"" Co. so53 2 tSklocated now in our 1 Trt r 2nd So., and are carrylnsr i toek of now and nd-hand I S?cMds in tho city. Terms to f Furniture Co.. M E. 2nd 5 bTEBS. BASBBURNBRS AND cJA. id-hand Terms to suit I. X. "sSl jrfSasd 1 Store. 233 S. State. ol303 jtfCTRlCAL SUPPLIES. "TfciT K,. lireo stock of latest chanae j jiLEIeft Co.. -to B. let So. I :t COAL. '15 faf Coal Co.. 53 W. 2nd So. Tel. I SOCIETY NOTICES. j - c RITE NOTICE. -THE FOUR mK; bodies of the Scottish Rite aP!al meeting on Wednesday ; 't tth Inst., at 7.0...

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

1 ' i j 10 Telk Salt tttw Thtbotts: Wqd:jst;es:dax Mokntng- FuBirciAmr 10, 1904. I tJll B,; : : . - . :l . FAIR WEATHER j FOR TODAY. FORECASTER HYATT SAYS IT lb J . WILL EE A GOOD SHOPPING ; 8 i The snow flurries scheduled for Monday 1 w night anil yesterday ovldontly Old not like i . ; 8 ! I mjto the bright sunshiny ; ftr weather that prc- i 1 1 if vailed horc and went 1 I , i Scurrying over into : I , -western Colorado, In B ( Tk."3 whero a hCQvy snow- a I , OKt- fall is reported. Dur- ffl ' fl42rfv in? Monti ny night i drV&ffiSRr .hero was a silent 1 !' 1 J xsSs jnll of snow hore. I byyB For today Weather ' Tews Forecaster Hyatt an X !5Bft pounces fair weather, i i fffiSSia The maximum .tem- I ' ftraSSK poraturo yesterday BBsfflaS was SO degrees; mln rP. imuin. 0. At oth-r I . - nil , points the record 1 . won: ,1 ! Max. Min. Denver Clear.. ..40 IS ; Grand .Junction :.. Cloudy.. ..JS S 1 THelonn Clear.... S S 1 Pocntollo ... .Cloudy.. ..30 IS , 1 Modena Clear.... W r. I WInti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 February 1904

: u sic-Sae in 0 i wkJ i i & v (TjI 1 i ( S I Ir v&JJ j 9 IBllllIi '1 f The Trlbnne ,3rlng8 'H i1 H jj . ' ' WEATHER TODAY Snow flurries.' NO. 301. SaIjT Lake City Utah THimSDAY MoiraDSTG, 11, 1904, ' .10 PHGES.-FlVTS CENTS. ij I TEMPORARY CALM FOLLOWSTORM I j! OF BATTLE ON SEAS ACROSS PACIFIC I ! In Seizes Masampho, Which Controls the Korean Channel, and 8Hl ill Establish a Military and Naval Base There-Attempt P by Russian Press to Offset Effect of Naval Re- verses by Publication of Unconfirmed .' Sji) Dispatches From Far EasL ""'. it Transports, Containing 2000 Russian slj iefS Reported to Have Been Taken by apanese Cruisers Off the Entrance to Seoul 1 Troopships Are Said to Have Struck 'heir Flags When Ordered to "Heave to" l! iy the Japanese Squadron !. ; , '. a Wednesday, Feb. 10. The Japanese licet Is still off. Port: Arthur and rrr isofaseneml naval engagement are hourly expected. dtx. ( .UCCC53 of Japan on the sea would carry enormous advantage and jjllj- decide the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 February 1904

Biff '(I H i' ! 2 The Salt Lake TurcTOSjE: Tbxtrsdat MonmG, February Tl, 1904. . I' j'; 'FAVOR BETTER ; SCHOOLS. 1 (' lit - ' ' i TRUSTEES AND COUNTY OFFI- : ! , j ; CIALS WORK FOR CON- . J l - SOLIDATION. j ' " TJio trustees of thu school district pro- ; ' ,; posed to bo consolidated Into District No. jj j 5 met with the Board of County Commls- . J . sioncrs and County Superintendent of M '' j Schools Ashton yesterday.. The trustees ! i I 'of I3lff Cottonwood district, Nos. 2S and 37, .' , did not receive notlllcatlon "of tho meeting ' In time to be present but telephoned that ! j tht-v were In favor of the consolidation. j : The two Ttiylorsvlllc districts, N'os. 33 nnd C4, were In sympathy with the propo- i i sltlon. but the county officials had some . i objections to overcome from the trustees ( ,1 of the three Murray districts. Noa. 21. 25 i ! nnd K. Whllo they opposed the consoll- ' i i datlon of the districts of the county Into 1 1 elzht districts they were In favor of thu i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 February 1904

. I T&S Jb&KE TmSuSEl 'JlUXTR SI) AIT JStOTCsIXG, FEBKUAUT U. 1904:. 3 ' TijAND ABOUT JOGN THEATER. J L of incorporation to Be Filed 1 rHy Gets One Year jj Briefs. N'i i- rrinuL-xn: special. Bll ' l Jl -AiUHes of Incorporation Kl.ce Amusement company are l,H SlUi CouiUV Clcrlr today. .j v " civilized for K000' w,lh "J .f's'nrcsldi-nt; T. C. Brantley., f Jj nt r M. l'oulscn. treasurer. i oli'ii now vaudeville : m Vs. Vo 35 "Washington uveinio. j 4 5" fVou wlil b- provided wltli a '3 aS fclflt 415 ,,C01,,C- U -i Hoy Gets One- Year, i J nn '(f man convicted of F-' 'lS cln ck o-i Chinese restnu an.Vt. . firih street, wns yesterday e Paw JW Ro!:,,i lo onc y0ar .1 V Rr '' r brewery and was J ffiw Friday JVr sentence. 4oJl ij rood Inspection. Tt cr.i insif'-tor Moroni Ileincr will SEjt ftSfJ Se .:u.-r part of this week 1 VikV on in-pectlon of the rat al " r, ciur. l m This Is the cen tSi ennlpg Industry of the State ? ftff'f Mr IK-Jnor'H Snvcsllga--1 Jjjih: w ""h.d with interest. 7...

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

f 11 1 1 Jji ! 4 The Salt XiAXe Trxbto-os: Tjetursday Mokntstg. February 11, 1904. f i -i, 1 . : ' i a! T j . ' fl ' Jtmitd Every Morning by 1 ' ' ,j Belt Lako Tribune Publishing Company. Hl h PERRY S. HEATH, H ' Publisher and Genornl Manager. . I .1 Entered at the Postofflco of Salt L&k ) C(ty as second-class matter. l ' ; TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. ' pally and Sunday Tribune, ono wcek.$ .S6 1 ' I Pally and Sunday, ono month 1-00 ' Dally and Sunday, two months. ...... 2.09 1 ' , Dally and Sunday, thren months 3.00 H ) ., Dally and Sunday, one year r J fcdnday Tribune, on yar 00 1 J li Fundav Tribune, alx months l w Hll ! Eftm)-Weekly Tribune, one year 1J 1 i ' All remittances and 'business letters. H ; I should bo addressed to : ' TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, - Salt I,a ko City, Utah. H . j E. C. Beck with. Special Agency. 8ol 1 ' Eastern AdVertlsInc Apent. Eastern of- H fico. 43-4M5-47--t9 Trlhune Bulldlnsr, Now 1 , , York. Western office. 610-612 Tribune H ( Building, Chicago. . W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 February 1904

yil TjmE Sam Laice Tribtzoste: Tkuhsda y Moknxntgs February 11, 1904. 5 W I m. Damage Case Filed j&j atCa!ville, Jj lnKfilDGETHE PLAINTIFF 0,000 far Injuries j(CIV.d at tha Mine. jiUponHim Through an Open 4 lie Through Negligence of fcUpnny, He Claims. ; . J 3 " ipp suit was filed at Conl- 3l f ar for injuries sustained flS; a miner. December 3rd 4 ;;S.ptolntrccltc8thattJ,enlnin- rd to go to and from his B a Bo-ale.from.the SM-fpot level III iicinwiy which was kept in a II jnJ unsafe condition' by the m t n open oro-chulc. the com RW, was maintained beside this fcLoUE" w,,ich orc WDS dumpcd iflBials '0 the SCO-fool levels As JjErts going oft shift on tho morn v wtrcber 3r.lr it Is claimed, a I IE, of rock Ml out of the chute Into Jiifc-iray. causing him to fall a dls rJKliy to sixty feet to the level DbAJtir was crushed, bruised nnd tIBiK'i and kncjolnl were bro- " nfct he will bo permanently dle ttl !iS Toore was mashed and pcrmn- .Trolen nls eves were arfected, "5" t w permane...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 February 1904

B 6 The Salt Laics Tribute: Thursday Moictqt( Eeebtjary 11, I9ti4, ' ! RAILS TO THE CACTUS ! l Survey to Bb Inaugurated ! i SAM PEDR6 WILL MOVE ji- ,j Engineer Brawn is Nw in tho ' jl Material for Newhouse's Stupendous 1 i ' ' Concentrator to Be Ordered at . i ' ' an Early Day. j il ""' . 1 As foretold at n time when local ln- Iteresls, without reierence iu i - ; 1 oral offices of the American Smelting 1 mid Refining company In New York, received asKurnncu from the rulers of ,j Hie San Pcdrp that connection between ' I Its lino and the Cactus group of mines ' 1 at Newhouse. the survey preliminary to grading and the laying of rails? has . bopun. construction to be dispatched, said Fred Bettlea. resident representa ! tlve of the Newhouse Interests, to a ! , I completion ivlthln the next ninety ' days. It was during his absence that ' Mr. Eettles, accompanied by "Engineer l Brown of the San Pedro and other of ' j the company's officluls with the engi i. j nocr for the. Newhouse mines. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 February 1904

I The Batp Tiflmn Tbibtotei Thursday Moiustdtg, Febbtjaut 11, 1904. 7 jj', A - . 11 Kuoiow jExctss Scares the .Money Market. ! PRICES IRREGULAR ! irJfit Speculators Still j Timid. i " " Jge Eefuscs to Close Snt- Jfte iy Aftcr Llncoln's t-thday Anniversary. j I - Ufc F' 10-ThH NCW t jit exchange will not close 5 February lSth. the day Ssblrlhilaj. which Is a jiy The decision was 3 today by the governors "SxitexchrnBC to whom the I fjr the doublo holiday had 4- wL Feb -The average- level BTtte stock market got back to jEJt was Monday night. That 'fUKCOVcrv of yesterday was viae no now developments to to reaction but there was -t force to the considerations ttrf tho nmrket on Monday, frfactor In checking the nd distrust felt ns to tho con 'rfihe operations which carried sshwked by tho very patent i In United States Steel on tho &)t trader, and tho very Elation by which It was TRt this by bidding up a few iW and. there. Thcro was a fSlnc ako that lnc mark-up -lerdav bad been raoro o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 February 1904

Hi. i ' F30 SaM ISSKB TBIBDSB: HX)JXm$Gs FEBTTUXnT 11, 1904. f fr. ! ' ' iiii.uli; "iwfTii'iiif , irlVi.ii ., 1 i; tiwV I? ;, ; J MAGNIFICENT UNIVERSITY CLUB ! WILL BE THROWN OPEN TONIGHT '' , : One of the Notable Social Events of the Year Will Mark the Open- ing This Evening of the Beautiful Brigham Street Home 'I ' I of the College Men of Salt Lake. :r! - University Clubhouse, Brigham Street, Salt Lake. I This evening at S o'clock the doors ot ', i he elegant new clubhouse of the Unl- j verslty club will be thrown open for the t " I . Hrst time to visitors, and the event 1 promises to "be a memorable one in the j !' history or the social and club life of the ' !' t-Ity. For weeks society has been on the ' j; (iui vive of expectation in anticipation I of the event, and that the anticipations 1 will not be disappointed is a foregone conclusion. In addition to the attrac- 1 live finishings and furnishings of the , ' 1 I interior of the clubhouse, palms and cut i I A flowers In profus...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 February 1904

1 11 t; The Salt Laice Tkibtote: Tkuhsday Mokntntg, Febiiijabx 11, 1904. 9 , ' g CLASSIFIED ADS ... I ,J OSPAKIOJ f jAy, GRAIN AND COAL. &!1 Zros commission co.. ftt, nER R?ta'tc st. to 9 E. 3rd So. U4, from otP g49 is & -5Tfeed. COAL. WHOLE itL Marino & Co.. 125 E. 2nd ,sq, : v.j 'accordion pleating. Si ND ACCORDION' 0 J3 g-nnens. 47 E. 1st So mU3 t$,) Intingandpaperhanqing. ' h& 0 niw Paper Is arriving SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND. I. S'l THAKD. FRENCH. GERMAN Vi ff Hone. 25 D F Walker. rl7S, 1 Str- r !, CASH REGISTERS. 5 TrirDHAND, CASH. TRADE pfejayrfson-SlOUlt Co . 4S E 2d So. I A biT, CASH REGISTERS. . OS ' SP sai BKcnt. No. 221 Main st, fc.-' rtei'h register repairing. Sccond- Vf rietffay In stock. nIBSO AUCTION SALES. I HEATERS, 1JA3EBURNERS AND L nd-band, Terms to suit. I. X. . -a Hand Store. 23S S. State. olSOS - ,( SOCIETY NOTICES. 60VIC NOTICE-MT. MORI AH ""V 'So 2 will hold a special meeting ,Tnraday) evening at 7 30 o'clock, iTfU i' r i deereo work. Masons qunll...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 February 1904

T 1 J io The Salt Iake TElTbotte: Thursday Moiotdstg, February 11, 1904. HHF.' ' I - - wr?-:n Ij'i l SNOW FLURRIES V. L TODAY. ! j COLD SNAP IS ON THE MOVE ' , i! AND WEATHER WILL BE . j( J.J WARMER. ; wj j. I1! A cold wave which descended oil this : j'; : section Tuesday evening continued ' i ' : throughout yestcr fey: day, and ono of the I J " lk winter, C above zero, i ' lijffjlt was recorded early ( 1 I jrgHREfi yesterday morning. ; 1 4jS9P The cold wave Is SfttCrti moving eastward. : : 53H& pernturc with snow i K5bS31 Hurries- Is scheduled H3 for toda. ! ' t?"S n c maximum t VJaSKft temperature yester- , I , (4 v day w'n? 2G degrees, j I ' ) The' record at other i Snow Flurrif. points follows: I Max. Mln. J TJcnvrr Clear.. ..3S 12 : ' ' Gn.nd Junction Clear.. ,.32 10 ; ,. Helena Clear.... A S 1 ' Pocatello Clear.. ..2 10 ' Modcna Clear. ...W i "Wlnnomucci Clear.. ..2$ U l I' CITY AND HEI6HBORH00I. i ' Yesterday's bank clearing amounted to j4")'o,MI.."in, or S3S.2303 in exce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 February 1904

SSI IDLlIC sKJlT 1L,HSC (I vL llOttlllE ' liiiiN II tfl ' ' WEATHER TODAY Rain or snow. $ ;'j3TjYI' yQ' 3Q2' Salt ."Lake City, Utah, Fpjday Mobxdtg, Pebruart 12. 1904, 12 PftGBS.Fiv:E Cents! ' I I WATERS OF THE YELLOW SEA RUN ' I 1! RED WITH BLOOD OF JAP AND RUSS I A L. . . ' bnese Forces Attack Russian Stronghold In Manchuria On Land and Sea and a Terrific Engagement FollowsSeveral of the 1 ' Japanese Warships Damaged and Many of the Crews J Fall Under a Raking Fire From the Russian , 3 ! Guns-Fleet of the Czar Suffered Heavily, ' tese Ships, in Maneuvering for Position, t Between Shore Batteries at Port Ar 75pur and the Russian Fleet, and Under a Joable Fire -Russians Dismantling Taller H lufldings at Port Arthur in Anticipation Bombardment 41 ik. ! . at : ; - . 5 Jon, Feb. 11 Another sea battle has been fought between the Japanese Kjjan fleets off Port Arthur. W'a (jus arc lacking, but from brief cablegrams that have passed muster of i 55 cenwrs enough facts are given to show tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 February 1904

H J'J Tjbce Salt Lake Trebuke: Fred ait MoiarorG-, Febhuary 12. 1904:. 1:1 i I WA TERS OF YELLO W SEA j 1 RUN RED WITH BLOOD ! (Continued from Pago 1.)' (i 1 1; Varlag: remained on jjoard his ship and i 5 ' blow her up after the crew escaped, i ,j !! Part of the crew swam to a French ship i and others got ashoro. One report says j , tho French warship notified the Rus sians of the Japanese approach. The ) ; i Korletz engaged the Japanese cruiser 1 " first, while the Varlag protected the ' j 1 ' transports. The Korletz was soon de- ; otroyed." i i , n . "WHAT WILL THE RUSSIANS I;1 , DO THEN P" ASKS A JAP I ! j St. Louis, Feb. 1L The members of 1 ' the Japanese World's Fair commission , now In St. Louis have sent a cablegram ; ' to the Mikado, congratulating him on i I the victories won by his ships from 1 ' Russia. "We will have victory after victory, now." said one of the commissioners, as ' he laughed and bowed thanks for con- ; - gratulatlons. "In two weeks you will hear that our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 February 1904

The Salt Lajee TinmnsrE: Friday MoKNnsrG February 1 2, 1904. 3 !' 1 1 H PTnd about 1 SilKE BRANCH OFFICE. MK'ten Ave Telephone 111 J Wf, NEW TRESTLE. SlLanent Structure for West Arm I 'fP of Lake. Feb 11. Work has been be construction of the perma--1 Z tie near the sink on the west iDif Mr la. The new trestle is J(f 1 distance of -S600 feet on the itThl and Is to be the permanent UP.it two big derricks are being .Jfor the work. A new tele- jf ?.SSn will be established here to - i?rn as Midlake. ! THEY STOLE JUGS. 'Ij L Went to Reform School for 5 f Their Action. I L Iad9 named Bremer. Eastman i. ? ; rkson. were ordered committed 1 school yesterday by Judge ltert The" are the boys who JM vie "el's warehouse some days ,?aJ ?Moie a number of jugs, which Vi '"id to various saloonkeepers. ! poison Was Perfume, larocent looking little two-ounce K'St perfume caused all kinds friieraent at the police station S- nlsnt George Miller had Sea by Offlccr Chambers and "tn the police- station to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 February 1904

H l 4: THE SALT XjAKVi TRTSTOTE: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1904. 1 II I ) , ; j n JJI( Iisuta Every Morning by , jj- ' ,; Salt Lako Tribunes Publishing Company. . ', jl' PBESY G. HEATH, j j ' fi ii PubllBher and General Manager. I Jj Entered 'at tho Postofnee of Salt Irfita ; J Ji City Qa rocond-clftas matter. ,4 i i 1 , ' j T3RM3 OP SDBSCPJPTION. ' I Dally and Sunday Tribune, one -week.! .25 , , D&lly and Sunday, one month 1.00 , 1 Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 ; : ; . Dally and Sunday, thrco month .00 j i' fi Dally nnd Sunday, ono year 12.00 ui Sunday Tribune, ono year 2-00 i i Punday Tribuno, alx months l w Semi-Weekly Tribune, one yar 1.60 i J All remittances and business letter I Jl, ohould lx addressed to I ; 1 1 I TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1 i Salt Lake City, Utah. I , S. C. Bockwlth. Special Agency. Bole i . Eootern Advertising Afrent. Eastern of- I nc. 43-44UM7-lS-t3 Tribuno Building. Ncnf ' York. "Western office. GIOIS Tribune Building, Chicago. j "Washington ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 February 1904

1 rrB I . The Salt Lake Tbibme; Friday MoKiriNa Febuxjary 12, 1904. 5 JlfrH pBEATER NAVY SlSf Ships Will Cost Nearly ff $100,000,000. M IMAN MAKES OBJECTION 3 'f Vessels Includos Five U '! I New Battleships. ; Lt Declares That the Amcri- j sacrifice of Navy. fs: ;T0H U-r'oa, Feb. ll.-ln the report cm fcj" f! appropriation hill to the 'todW by Chairman Foes of the 1 Affair" committee, the gnuntlet tic, 7 Senator Gorman In his 3S -ttf Pllc-V of lntcrnal ii71Pror !TS Place of naval construction. Is with vigor. Tho report eays: 1 committee recommended the isUon of more than tho usual S rubers in view of the fact ft) Wtiar we provided for Ave large ty) jPV T!lls gSvc n bctlcr,pr- $! bstoour navy, fllfl , judge public sentiment, it Is in L llie continuance' of the policy 'ir-dlji kflsgup our navy. If we stopped at i Would be left behind the leading Itf: IjlHOf tee world. Cli American people will not indorse j" fcy of sacrificing the American ! ffer infernal improvements nor is Ijysucli ne...

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

H fl ! 6 The Salt Lake Tbebtote: Friday Mobxcntg. February 12. I9-'4. I HL i . - . II jM MILL FOR THE DIPPER Te 8ft Equipped With a . j. Concentrator, j f MUCH ORE BL0CKEI OUT I if Conditions In American Fork l j;: .; (( Canyon, j Camp of Many Triumphs Again Be- I ( j I Ing Sought by Capital Much ! Developmont Promised. I S I ! ' ji I Immediately tlie trail is opened and weather permits, said Leonard G. ; ' Hardy, manager of the Silver Dipper I ' mine? In American Fork canyon, yes I terday, the company ivill begin the In- I ' slallntion oC a mill with which to con- I I centrate the large volume of second- j ) class ore which has heen blocked out and which will bo made to afford a fine ; I commercial product. For this the com pany has provided a fund, and while j . the plant will not be the largest of a cluster which is to be erected in 1904, I i the foundation will provide for such i i enlargements as the condition of the ! ore bodies shall Justify. In addition to j the milling ores...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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