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

1 The Baits Xl&ke TbirpkB; iidat Moicsg-, Fjbhuaut 12, 1904. r llB KtfSLUGGISH pMs Marks Day n Wall ixM Street. f$j F WAR j FELT Clicks Trid It fittAway I'm but FalUd. jujjM.nd Copper Showed Somo i Mtb to Trade Condi" r KlM 611(1 tb .iv Fib. IE-Only three or four tat away from last night s today. This serves to i'iK. nfelessncss of the trading Kjbhness of the stock mar--SlSiCneo of a holiday was In iWZatoi this stagnation Jmr. ... ot the speculative posl fA WtZ thus clearly Indicated, -YHTcI a holiday usually prompt lIK. to doss up their accounts. KM tspeclally true with tho WKilntlcs of a time of war. Tho of the market during a va discouraged speculative UlrelJV and news of the day bUr Ignored, whether of a fa it runofavorablo character. w'jI Lf.. n-aln encountered sturdy rt-'.ft dODroalng lnllucnco of ft 7 &S' Sad. making an ; ef rtfwo the opening decline. : J m disposition to follow tho i S&e the readiness of effective f - . rear In face of any attack l opportunity op...

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. — 12 February 1904

B'T 111 IN THE WORLD OF SPORT II ';j BALL TEAM ON " j THE ROAD. J jj SAINTS WILL CROSS SWORDS l WITH OGDEW AND LOGAN, ; i . AND MAY WIN. ; J 1 ' Tno L., D. S. U. basketball team lcavos n,. J;'. , for Ocdcn tills mornlnpr and1 tills aftcr : ( " no6n will cross sxverds with the northcrn ' I j ' ors In a league basketball same. They cx- I f,i prct to come out with flying colors in J j ! this panie, - but- look for a rattling good I ' j contest with the 1Ogan aggregation to , , i morrow. Since their narrow escape In t , ! T If st week's game with the Loganltcs they i , 1 1"( have been practicing day and night, and ! ,' are no longer depending on tho partiality 1 1 . of. chance, Taylor, tho old-time star ccn i j 'J lor, linn been out for practice every day ' nnd will participate in the Logan contest. I : I, The locals an? more desirous than ever ' ' of winning this contest, for their long-talkcd-of Colorado trip and future plans depend very much upon Its outcome. Tho i Cheyenne Business ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 February 1904

d The Saxt Lake Tribute: Friday Mokntg, February 12, 1904. 9 ii' 1 pTHE SOCIAL WHIRL ' o'clock until midnight last night FLLty club was thronged with M a more brilliant social seen Pll wn presented In Salt Lake. fc St was there, and. with tho bril- IfSttd rooms, tho beautiful flow- L V'lphlftA muelc and above all Kisi'a new clubhouse, with Its ar- rranscnient and furnishings, made- which will be a pleasant memory v a year for the sovcral hundred -ho wero there. The decoration P n nn elaborato scale, but tho f ,Dd palms wcr0 most cffect,vcly '?ird made the clubhouse altogcth- SuUfuL Rcd and grccn WCrC USCd ' rfOt Va3CS r AmCrlCan BCaU I ETid carnations greeting the eyes of W. T7ats at ovcry turn, while graceful it? formed a pretty background for ICrtctMcP party In the reading-room, MBtd the musicians stand In the. roccp Ksi awl were arranged all over tho F.frcshnicnt3 were served In tho 'bi' dining-room, tho tablo of which MiUractlvc with Us tall cut-glaso vaso W.l.rican Beauties, th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 February 1904

T H p , I 10 The Sait Laice teibunss ntrDAY mojcstng ibruakt jlh, "yu. J IP MILLION ACRES M I TO BE WATERED I' 1 1 ikj (Continued" from Page 1.) I 1( petting back the money invested in the . j li l) required improvements. HAVE ALL BUT WATER. !' -M "The Government officials wore espc- . 'i ! daily struck with the comparison of I . jj our scheme with somo others they have ' , li s' already undertaken, notably the one on i 1 j the Carson river In Nevada. There they j I arc reclaiming only desert land. After j . the water Is placed upon the land the I ' i: settlers must be secured, and the ret- I ; j ' ' tiers must build their homes and es- , 1 ' tablish schools and other public Instl- ' ' tutions. Here the lands to bo supplied .j j "with water are nearly all -in private ' j I ownership, the schools are here, the ' ( i markets are hero and there Is hardly , 1 an acre of land on which water can be . i placed thnt will not be worth at least I I , $50 more the moment an ample supply of wat...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 February 1904

J . . Tbcb" salt Lake Tbtbtotk. Fbiday Morkhstg, February 12, 1904. 11 ADDITIONAL jj CLASSIFIED ADS .. . I rK2C7iM & LB. BET- "ft-CB re roods i U 18 very fine. fcggCo.. 7S W.lst So. K AUCTION SALES. jlr&ALE. AT AUCTION OF :feggK'Tru.rce. B. M. Onion, isMi r-7?FRB tfASEBURNERS AND Knd-hand Terms to suit I. X. ffil Store. 23S S. State. o!303 JUNK HOUSES. In brass, rags, bottles, rubber. f 63 E Sth So. 'Phone KD. bS12 DENTISTS. rfviTCHAP tafstrcrcll bldg. 'Phone 1S54-Y. CARPET CLEANING. iM CARPET AND WALL PAPER Kco-Cnrpots cleaned on tho floor. 3 renovated. 'Phono 17S7-K. nll62 WAU PAPER CLEANING. r IDEAL PAPER CLEANING CO., tolL Gott, Manager. Lcr.vo your or TT tte Smith Drug Co. 'Phono 23S. rl074 SOCIETY NOTICES. nj NOTCE-TaTXtH Tko. 1. F and A. M . will hold a ir loathly meeting this CFrlday) February 12th, at 7:30 o'clock, fa Masons cordially Invited. A J. Lowe, Secretary. r MASONS. JboentaTlodoe NO. S, P. AND JLH At Masonic hall first Tues of each month. Mombcra of lister ...

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

HiST 12 Tmf'SAUB IAKB IMBWE: FKIDAT MOB3ST3STG, FEBRUARY 12, 1904. - I. Ii liji RAIN OR SNOW ij TODAY. ' j ; iVHAT THE WEATHER CLEBK . L 3 SAW WHEN HE LOOKED ' " J PHOM HIS TIMER, ijj' Rain or' snow for today is the way Local , s Weather Forecaster Hyatt has figured out ,' I -.v, the wouthcr condi- ' ' ' ' S?YSvkfcv tl0,,s I J (AWiV Aa announced yc-a- 1 SRwraSsiw tordny, tho cold wave 1 ' 4vS&y'WA to0,c 113 departuro ' ' o .; r 1 y yesterday ' I ' &iSC morning, and tho I i ' j i i Ariw dav was warm and J ' I JwwaS pleasant, though ra- ' ' ' lftv t,inr soft under foot i ' ftWw Tn0 maximum tem- ' AaWWVIWI, poraturo yostonluy i ' was -10 degrees, whtlo I jffVd0 PSfN the low record was ! 1 ' j l ' 22 The record at ' i : . oj; vcr other points: t I Max. Mln. , j ' 3Joiivr Pt Cldy ...3S 12 I ', Grand Junction ..Cloudy. .. .30 12 ' j , Helena Clear.. . 20 -S ' ' Pocatollo Cloudy. ..2S 10 Modma Clear.. ..32 t i' ',' "Wlnnernucca .Cloudy.... -v IS . 1 r . . I- .1 CITY AND NEISHB9H08e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 February 1904

pw iiL i ?AZi a rn lH 'CtrTvS S'b nfiT i "4lk a lr 1 C'l'' H & fHKik m H lM ffl !f M My Nor any ono Sn business can af- Liacrs now. At? ff ffl WvM UP I-tt ! II AIImH In I I R 0 1 1 U I WS S ford to be- without a flrat-cloas ? .1 n housebo dcrsn v M zm M ffl W Sh 1 I I V C 1 0A HK IP J P iNll SfllHl', S newspaper in times llko these.; Ij Tic Trlbuno Is read, to I i I 4 1 i I 9Lj 1 fllvw Ms vfefe-Lritf II wJIW Jlfr' j The Tribune meets aU require-? , p jH 1 jjgS ( m WEATHER TODAY Colder, rain or snow. KTxlVI. No. 303. Salt Lake City, Utah, Saturday Moknxn"g, February 13, 1904, 10 phgbs.five Cents. j! (IK A DO'S WAR FLEET DISAPPEARS I AND. SURPRISE ATTACK LOOKED FOR j I B.i 'Skri'dlon;, Known as tha ot ' Iho jXuHian Navy, Com-Ki.i,- Black Boa Fleot. Now Ln One Theory Is That the Ships Have Sailed to the North With a View of Damaging the Russian Fleet at Vladivostock, the Chief Russian Base in SiberiaOn the Other Hand It Is Believed That the Strategists of the Mikako Are Planning to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 February 1904

I, ' 2 THE SALT XiAKE TREBtTNT!: SATURDAY MORNING-. FBBHTJAKX 13, 1904. 1 I MIKADO'S FLEET IN jj DISAPPEARING ACT mm n; (Continued from Page 1.) : ! Hu , F that a land battle would take place not ' far from Seoul. 1 1 In any case, the Japanese preparations 1 f, are made with a view of closing In on I'1 1 any body of Russian troops that suc- Ht i , ; coeds in forcing Its way Into the Interior j , L of Korea. , ; Mobilization of the army has been ef- i 1 I fected without hitch. The transporta- ' tlon of soldiers and supplies by mean? it j of the railway from the interior to the HT coast proceed with great precision. I- U i STORY OF BALTIC FLEET 3 'J GOING TO EAST DISCOUNTED J I i Berlin, Feb. 12. The best denial of 1 .3 the statement that Russia wishes to a 1 j .' T send fifteen warships through the j i I Kalsef tvilholm canal was made at the Navy department, where it was said that Rusela has not fifteen ships in the Baltic that could readily be sent to tho far East, seven or tight be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 February 1904

1 The Saxt Lake Tribute; Saturday MoirarcsrG, Februahy 1 3, 1904:. 3 H( ftt Sff lS AND AiiOTJT 10GDEN -i3lrBLTfE BRANCH OFFICE, ffiff&gton Ave: TQlcphone 11 J jJLgr UALAIP VISITS OODEN UNSUCCESSFULLY. IH(i Lfol Story of Tholr Relations S w th wman' wii B fuses to Go With Him. ' . t : f Mftlald a Frenchman, came to (Da 'icrday In search o his wife. Cfl ,Scs from Salt Lake and, it is i"1 fi?I IoS o" St!Uc StrCCt ln Ul0t iH S da!a thnt tho woman, who was Ml Lilly Dnvls or Council ' rLU'wlth another man. Malnld il. ' rflhe womon In an Electric avenue : -rf.nd rprang through the window fcwJT-w hut "ho escaped through a rear I iJkrtnian was located by the police LK'th-Seenlffif or H, six r Malald In Omaha r, K'wS Hvlng with her widowed ftBE. MaTald. bv line presents and wily jBSS. in alluring nor away ?K5 home, and In company with him vBoiiSn woman sho went to New mVh e MalaTd forced her Into a lite sitiftf , t nter they went to South Da Smi thSc life was resumed, until Arrested ind s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 February 1904

W ,! The Salt Lake TitcstosrE: Satkrdax Mokntptg, February 13, 1904. ' I 'i ' Issued Every Morning by 1 j Salt Lake Trlbuno Publishing Company. ; 1 l PERBY S; HEATH, ' 'i 'in Publlshor and GenornJ Manager, i iSji Entered at tho PootofQco of Salt Lak City ns second-claaa matter. I . , j TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. ' ;!: pally nnd Sunday Trlbuno, ono week. .25 111 DMly and Sunday, ono month 1.00 , 1 ' . Dally and Sunday, two montbo 2.00 ' Dally and Sunday, threo months S.00 I ; Dally and Sunday, one year U.W I 1 f Sunday Trlbuno, ono year 2.00 Sunday Tribune, six months 1.00 Seml-Weokly Trlbuno, one year 1eo All remittance and bualneas letters, ( I ' " should be addressed to , ; , TRIBUN12 PUBLISHING COMPANY I ; ' T Salt Lake City, Utah, i ! - 8. C. Beckwlth. Speolal Agency. Sole Eastorn Advertising Agont. Eastern of- L flco. 4$-44-45-t7-lS-49 Trlbuno Building, New : Tork. Weetorn office, E10-G12 Tribune J 1 I Building. Chicago, H j "j Washington Bureau 1417 G- Stroet. i i -, - I Tribune T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 February 1904

m WOULD A DOG" 1 of Testimony in the Dewey I jjjrfer Ce Begins at Nor f ton, Kansas. ! i t I Feb. 12. After nine ! v a Jurv was secured today fSaunt-ey Dewey, the millionaire ,B ami his two cowboys. T 111 ifcride and Clyde Wilson, on the - -J cf killing Burchard B. Berry on R, ranch In Northwestern Kan-F-iihe UiWne of testimony was. ii the Jurors are fanners. McCovn In h,s npcnlnestatc- ,., t'ic Slate, said It would be tmtV Dewey Cattle company out to secure, by lawful or un L,' c3ns. all the land they could. ',Slrr cattle trespassed upon the W the Berry family; that Dewey f , ' i armed men to jrunvd these RrfthaTlt was the Intention of k ta drivf the Berrys from the Dewey had, McCormlck as S Ih-oatened to drive the Berrys ' Vjiy If possible. If not he would jj th-m out." : L threats. It wou d be shown. rade by Dewey and McBride on ; 7calons. It would be shown i r rwev lay In wait .one week i a "hot at Roy Berry and thnt i jjia, I can shoot him as I L :jJhcot a dog." "JLyi shown tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 February 1904

Iw : 6 The Salt Laxe Teibuke: Sattjrpax Moeot3stg, February 13, 1904. 1 I SAW ALTA IN WHITE : ; Michigan Crowd Enthuses - ! Over the Camp. ; 1 1 MUCH ORE IN SIGHT ; I Surveying for th Gslumbus's Mill.' V, . jil Contract Let for Tunneling on Copper M j jjjj Prince Soutli Columbus Driving jjji by Night and Dny. !', ' '' A partj' of Michigan bonanza, chasers I U which has looked Into bargains at Alta J under the ciceronage ot E. TV. Griffiths ' I and Tony Jacobson returned from ;. c-amp last night confessing its astonis?h- ,' I' I mcnt at the manner in which the old camp has been endowed, but declining ij to discuss the group lor which it is ne- i jij gotiating or the identity of the wealthy j' ;j crowd which is seeking it. However, j '! 'i negotiations are progressing with a fer- ' ;; vor whlcli encourages the belief that ; j ! they will succeed. Mr. Griffiths; whose return to the , camp was after an Interval of five ' months, says that during the period . ' many achievements' have be...

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

1 . M J Tjxe Bam Tkebtoti Saturday MQRyiye, February 13, 1904. t JinH EjS FOR CHINKS Want Live Ones for Hew Year's. pPLY IS INABEQUATE ( 8f Eastern Poultry Arrives Today. b ggs Camo in, and the Stffl Soais-riour Advances. are in great demand on t In view of tho Chinese ebratlon. which opens next. The supply Is vcr-short and flL a lost? to know from 'rjpplV Is to conic. A shlp .JcS chickens will be In lo f ro-CD stock will not answer 0' the Oriental feastcrs. Jof sulrion wore received K they were not nearly ndo- tho demand. A few cases a lucre received yesterday nnd L readily at Ml a case, lemons of nne quality arc on 'la pSt quantities The pro-;-r;-all I very good, gwd yesterday 10 cents a .jjlsrailcs. f Grain and Straw. t-ERS1 QUOTATIONS.) :::' ::::: ;;;;;; i'.h A ;, ........ 1.403. 1.45 ' 1.50 ..l. "1-25 ' So. . 1 jf. :bt pade 2.20 paunt .. ......... -.jO J "' .'. 1.S0 1.10 Meats. f, rr pound... 5 .06 ?-07 H p?r POur.d .0i3 H per pound .03 XK, per pound Oo i07 :b, ptr jiound .07Hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 February 1904

11 W THE WORLD OF SPORT v!i) HERRERA WENT OUT i i IN THIRD ROUND J ll Mexican Was Completely Outfought j,' 4 . by;Louie I-ong", Although Botting , l; .Was All on His Side. , i1! jj j Anncondn. Mont., Feb. 12. In n fight ! ' tonight thut wn a -whirlwind from Btnrt ' I jj f. to. finish, Louio Lon? of Oakland knocked j ' ) j 5 out Aurella llcrrcr.'i of BakcrsfleUl. Cal., 1 r In the: third rour.d of what was to have ' , !i boon' a twenty-round ro. The betting was I rtll In favor of Herrora. 1 J i Lone showed hlmnolf the Mexican's su- ; I J' porior at both lonsr range and in-llghtlnp. j !N In the third I,onpr "landed a tcrrltlc right i ! I ' ' to the jaw and Hen-era -went down. Dur- 1 J i lug tho excitement; somcono pulled the e ' timekeeper's gong. Great cxcltoment ' 1 '. I prevailed and tho referco had to wave : the man to their corncra and after a , ! minute's reflt they cinv together again, i'l and Long went fit Horrcra like a tiger. I twlco putting him to the mat, the second ' !' ti...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 February 1904

I J The Saxt Lake Tribune : Saturday Mokntostg, Febrttart 13, 1901. 9 t fFB CLASSIFIED ADS ... I It .ONPAfiEIoj llBrTMPncUR. K CTS,; 500 SUN m Cg Hatton. -0 E. 2nd So. sS13 Jft "AND-POWER ROCK n3ft 7MW.So.Tem- IrTTpARM PROPERTY ARE -JP,Irfrht along In The Inter-Mouu-llrKff Errs make sale, too. " jft-T iTsO ROCJCAWAY CAR- iCt . 15 W. 2nd So., rooan 23. i-ws OF HORSES. IOWA few, So Temple rlOlO -7c OF "-ROOM BOARD ggffiS. O Tribune. kr ?:sjaicAs& --Disappear! i j A ."irt "of growing town of GOO 6 .i one other store; 6 sawmills tf'ti flics' largo territory; coal mine fcm S. 10-ft. vein: best farming IfcJSo heavy live stock coun fW'J i' 0t.her business requiring cleared flCOO loot year: oapl to WW. Address TU. j!et. rVTON TOURING CAR. COST g ffjM T headlamps. $50 worth extra M$-class order, 51650. Colorado Grille Co.. CourtPlace. Denver. fSu auenta Thomas 3-cylUv It p. touring cars. rewo. so SSrevN' FEB. 10 AND 15, ONE traue. Blnple harness, tent, two KVithlnes, commodo dresser, fol...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 February 1904

If 1 ; 1 THE SALTAIR BATHING PROBLEM I j ! HAS BEEN DEFINITELY SOLVED ; , 1 1 1 ! Two Hundred New Bathhouses to Be Built at Once Over Deep Water and Connected With ; 33: the Pavilion by Promenade Walk-Work Will Be Done Before the i J Opening of the Bathing Season. I' j, M The bathing problem at Saltalr has j 'j'fl been solved. The board of directors of , m'H the Salt Lake Beach company havo , ,1 JJ finally decided upon a plan whereby jjj tho old pavilion will not bo dismantled j or moved and the patrons of' the resort '! ; j will bo accommodated with a dip In 1 j1 j; the water without a half mile walk, in , j J1 j bathing costume over the intervening: , ' jjj sands between the pavilion and the wa- j 'A tcr's edge. ij! Two hundred bath houses arc to be i -jj built out over the water and connected i v with the pavilion by a wide plank walk. : ; The old bathhouses will be In no way ' ' disturbed, and consequently tho sym- ! 1 . ', J etry of the pavilion not destroyed. The j , L work of...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

; , WEATHEB TODAY Clenr. ! froSLVI. No- 304. Salt City Utah SuyPAT MOKNISTG February 14. 1904, 28 Pa6BS.-grvB qEKts. j ! I f 00 MING OF HE A VY GUNS SIGNALIZES- ' I RENEWAL OF FIGHTING IN ASIAN EAST I lf Cable From Port Arthur Leads to Belief That 1 the Japanese Are Attacking Russian Outpost at I the Mouth of the Yalu River, Opposite Wiju 1 -Disappearing Japanese Fleet Sighted Off I Port Arthur and Evidently Plan 1: ning an Attack. iisident of Port Arthur Who Witnessed the ; Naval Engagement of Monday Last De-' j dares He Saw One of the Larger Ships of ! the Japanese Fleet Go Down Wild Ru ;.mors of Germany Taking a Hand in the : Mix-Up. rlcr.doii, Fob. 13. After two days the ' mystery surrounding the where weti of the Japanese war lleet has been cleared In a brief official cablegram re-l at St. Petersburg. It Is dated' at Port Arthur at 1:20 o'clock a. m., itairy ISth and reads; , , -' ' Tte llfUts of the enemy's ships were seen off Inkau' on the evening of i-axy nth " ', ' It rays ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

BtoFTT it ! m 2 . The Bath Lake Trxbtine: g-craDAT Woimrna, Februatit 14. 1904. 1 , 1 ;'! SAYS DEWEY GROWO yl; FIRED FROM AMBUSH i Damaging Testimony Givea Against 1 J Millionaire Ranchman and His Cowboys. I I Kansas Clly, Mo Feb. 13. A special )i to the Star from Norton, Kan., oftyo: j I 1 In the trial today of. Chaunccy Dewey, I ' the millionaire ranchman, and his , I ! cowboys, V. J. McBrlde and Clyde Wll I Eon, for the murder of Burchard J3erry j ! damaging testimony was brought out I i ' by tho State. i ' Beech Berry testified that on tho day '. ' of tho killing at the Berry farm ho Baw i i McBrlde. from behind the watertank i : rle up and rhoot Burchard Berry. IIo 4 also stated that it was Dewey who had shot Hoy Berry in tho jaw. Beech Berry told of going with Boy I and Burchard on tho fatal day to the I 1 homo of AlpheiiB Berry, whero the I ; ( ' Bhootlng took place. ' , , "My father and Alpheus," wild he, I , "wero near tho watertank when we or- ; rived, talking to three men...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

1 1 r The BAimliAKE Tsueunex stotday Moknjjng-, February 14, 1904:. a lH -dm 11 i 1 1 rSTMINISTER CHURCH FOR SALT LAKE CITY ? I ifl-ork wm bc csun with the opening 7 r.pring on the now Westminster 1 rby(erlan church, to be erected at I C corner of First "West and Fifth I tath streets, plans for which have L uh been selected by the church trus P Ls is the result of a competitive con- fi i, q which both local and outside y '-Mtects participated. The plans I in are those submitted by J. A. pure!) Appointments. jjt. Evangelical. jWiv,. Savior's Evangelical Lutheran IMuKb Fourth East between Fourth and r'li South. Sunday services at 10:50 a. TOTlaEr.pllsh and 3 30 p. m in Norwegian. 'Voire cordially invited to attend. A. G. IjliOvero, pastor I Methodist. E. church. Ninth East and First . i, D. M. Hc-lmlck, pastor. Preaching I a. m aud 7:30 p. m.- subject in tho Icr, "Lincoln", in the evening. "Tho itrom of Sin". Sunday -school, 10 :l; Epworth League, 6:S0. You are illy invited to these s...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

H !! n & the Salt Laxjh TursusrE: Stjxdax Mokkxn-g, Jjekzoasx 14, 1904. I . SALT LAKE CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY,., I 5 I j J Salt Lake's proposed new public 11- j . brary hulldlngr, a donation to the city ,'t t by John Q. Packard, the well-known hi pioneer and mining man. Is to be built j 1 ; during the present year. Fred A. Hale, ' Dupervlslng architect of tho structure, 'I ' i . Is now receiving bids in accordance j J ! with the approved plane, and, In the event that tho cost docB not exceed tho ' I j appropriation, which Is ?75,000, work j ; will be begun at once. Should tho blda J overrun the appropriation, there- may , be some delay In revising the plans; but ' ,i this Is not considered likely. The plans have been drawn by Helna ; j & La Farge oi New York city. They call for a handsome building of the Ital- i la'n Romanesque order, of the height ' t ' and form of three stories, but with only , j two floors, the space of the third story , , being occupied by the lecture-room g...

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