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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 January 1904

II fe nsrttk TilMll VW" 3 S 9 1 -A vMrt t&frJ I A ,4 A A A. THE REST OP THE HEWS H jrfe pages; . QlljJE jLL J v C JXIWlfl " Sl' I t SKY t V V WEATHER TODAY Fair. j M Ivol. X7,VI. No. 1263. Salt -Lake City, Utah, Monday Morotstg, 4. 904:. Five Cents, I v jj - " I ; ng UN'S READINESS ' : TO FI6HT 2 SURPRISES RUSSIA V fcted Japs Would Sub N fmit Last (Vlomont. APPEARS INEVITABLE f idpin.ion Prevalent at Le I ations In Peking. i. k ifcased Upon Latest Dispatches 'Vt Sm-Tokio That "Vital Prin ) I " ciple Is at Stake. ' fliiflmjJan. 3. In the variousforelgn . jr-En's here the opinion is prevalent r between Japan and Russia is , Ibk This opinion Is based on the TK pB?dispatches from Tokio and upon Knvlction that it is not a question Itall which separates Russia and iHJtabut the vital principle whether ' vKpossesEcs the right to a voice In Slfcttlcment of questions of Russian ion of J,Iancllurla- R"ssia; has S?Kng Jenietl tn,s riPnt nnu unless UyuRpfy shows that she has receded fSfhirpo...

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. — 4 January 1904

H 1 2 "I'HB BASIS IjAW XBIBOTTE: MOKDAY MOIUSTESTG, 4, 1904. V . ' RflWl I INSIDE VIEW OF JAPAN H Salt Lake Travelsr Talks of H , the Wonderful People. i '. H j NATION LIKE A BEE HIVE j I j All, Old and Young, Happy and H industrious. H 1 I ' Readiness of the Nation for War ' Intense Loyalty, Industry and I Simple Living. Some preconceived notions of the Jap H! anese race are shattered by a Salt "Laker .who recently spent several weeks in the Orient. In view of the threatened war between Japan and Russia his obscrva H, tions are of peculiar interest at this Hi time. 1 NO JAPANSES ORDERS. "The Japanese army," he says, "will need no commissariat. Russia has been represented as contracting: for millions of pounds of beef, but you have not Hj heard of Japan ordering anything. If 'necessary the Japanese soldier can put two weeks' rations In his haversack I and cut loose from his base of supplies, i They need only a little rice to live on, , nnd with this simple diet they perform feats of...

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. — 4 January 1904

s M , THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE: MOJfBAY MOROTNTG OAnTAHY 4r, 1904.-. 3 'H Spam city hospital jlftfliners' Union Secures Funds (M to Incorporate. Jv:pubug may. subscribe H Stock for thd institution Will Hp Bo Offered. Union Officials Regard the Most Diffi IjffiXc cult Part of the Undertaking HK as Being Overcome. op r x f TRIBUNE BUREAU. Park City, Jan 3. ?t5 I union last night the hospital question Vli & came up and the committee which has the fiYfh. r maltcr of collcctlnp funds and taking sub I ecriptions ncccssnry for the Incorporation JH of thc company was called upon to report. lRt t report shows that all tho funds necea . f snry for Incorporation havo been ub 75 i scribed with some to spare. More than ' j "the 52009 required, or tho 200 shares at $10 SjJJS'i fe'a share, have been taken. The matter of j1! f attending to the business of Incorporating HjH i wns handed over 10 a committee which la j3 authorized to act this week and members 8rl this morning say thoy will have had t...

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

4 , The Salt LajE Tribute: Motday MoKNisrg, Jaztuaicy 4, 1904. y Hi h ' issued Every Morning by j Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, Publisher nnd General Manaec r. J Entered at the PoHtofllcf of Salt Lake H I City as second-class matter. H TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. J Dally and Snndny Tribune, one week.? -2- t TnW nnd Sunday, one month J'VV Dally nnd Sunday, two months ' Dnllv and Sunday, three months.... ,' Dnllv nnd Sunday, one year -J" J Sundnv Tribune, one year.. Sundnv Tribune 5lx months Seml-Wcviv Tribune, one year...... i.o" , All r-?mittnncea and business letters HU ' should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING POMPANT. ' SnJt Lako Htv. Utah. ' s c P.c'-iwlUi Sppcnl Acencv. Sole Kast-rii Advrt ldnc Acnt. srn of poo 4J-Ji-7-4!. T.-Iln "Rr.lldlncr. Npw York MW-m ofP.re. G10-G12 Trlburie Tiiilldlntr. CMrnirn. Wanhi;ion Bureau 1417 G Street. Tribune Telephone Numbers. rsncno- ot(r ....sen 1 Til'' Fd"f"" Wil Tlnra News and Nlcht Editor 3S4 ?R!ig3 Monday, January 4, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 January 1904

Mr t U The SaltTlAKE Trlbjinb: 'Mqxday MoKgnyG-, Jastu-a-ky 4, 904. 5 H t "" iiH fcDN MOFFAT LINE . 1 inager Ridgway IVIakes an r Interesting Statement. " t ESULT OF FIRST YEAR I. , - ; jiltndid Outlook for the Im ' ! ; mediate Futura. Ir 'tho Construction Work Is Being IJuphed, and What the Road JUteans to This Section. . serai Manager A. C Ridgway of Colorado-Utah Construction, com , vrho has been in charge of the -on the Moffat road, makes the fol ig Interesting statement to the Den ?oat of the accomplishments of the Denver. Northwestern fc Pacific ay was organized In 19K for tlic pur--of constructing .a trunk lino over nost direct route obtainable between UIce of Denver. Colo., and Salt .Lake Utah. Explorations and surveys demonstrated the fact that over at three-fourths of the distance. It J be possible to construct the line ; Important valleys in the direction d. which would give a line with grades, good alignment and cheap ruction. Onli two Important dlIdes n be crossed, the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 January 1904

H THE SALT XtAKE TRIBUNE MOM)AY MOBMTft 4, 1904. ; . ; - , I I N Er S -C PRQSPECTlywfe GREATEST I i ; -WIN 1 N G , J PROSPECTORS 1'i NDU SIRY oi j .i' -a -w, L: - Qt I BINGHAM'S BIG OUTPUT i Yampa Smelter Calls for Additional Tonnage. INVOICING THE RE BODIES Mono Mill to Be Turned Into Scrap Pile. Eureka-Ophir Mine Makes a Big Showing Black Diamond's Future From Calientes to Goldfiold. I With the blowing In of tho Yampa smelter In Bingham canyon yesterday morning the draught upon the ore bodies of that camp will have been Increased to over S0.00O tons per month, or approxi mately double the tonnage forwarded from It when lead was In the ascendant. In Yampa furnaces the management has prepared Itself to reduce 250 tons of ore daily, but the more observant have found that the average furnace Is cap able of a little more than the scale, and It will not astonish friends of the Yampa should It be made to treat 300 tons or more when It shall have settled down to Its utmost. At all events ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 January 1904

I m . THE SALT iLAXE -TKIBXJISnE: MOlsTDAY MOENESTG-, JANUARY 4, 1904. 7 H jA Secret Societies. fVHm Loynl Americans. &'yiKt Lake assembly No. SCO. Loy.il Amer held open meeting January l, 1G01, !' '(stolen friends were Invited. The evo H Knots devoted to dancing and cards. "" Jtcshnicnts wcro served and every one fcnt enjoyed themselves as they can ii.Kgiih the L. A., and as a result wt Si 'fcet to seo many new faces la our )j 'Es very soon. Next regular meeting r.V;Kry Sth, W. R. C. . liMtp regular meeting of the George R. : '-'Rwell w- R c- wl11 DC hcId ,,L lh0 i.NiBt place Wednesday, January 6, 1904. jj ?Ktic.iilcr3 arc requested to attend, with Rcbeknh. ' Jwriarn Rcbckah lodge No. 5 held Its 3Klar meeting last Saturday evening. o'tfiKs 1W Rcbekahs were present. The 3 Eitary's report was received, and 11 2rtEcd of much Interest, showing a not 2 icm of membership for the term of thirty gVHBBbers, This makes 120 active and en ' Kldstlc members on Miriam's roll. Tie 2 Kaurer's ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 January 1904

ffi .. . 8 : The Salt Iocs ' -fS BURIAL -OF-MRS. ROSE ! Scathing Talk by. Rev. Peter A'Si'mpkin. LARGE CR9WS ATTENDS Beautiful Music and Profusion '".''.v. cf Flowers. . . Striking Lesson. JJrwn From the. Do 'plorhble Tragedy hy the'Offlci '' nt'ing Minister. Another act of the Rose murder dra ma was enacted yesterday afternoon, when Mrs. Maud Rose, who was so 1 foully murdered by her husband on Christmas day, was tenderly laid away fl In her last resting place. As for her relatives and kin, there were none pres- ent, but conslderato people of the city left nothing undone. The large crowd that attended gazed eagerly around to get a glimpse of the murderer and the ;; little child, but all in vain, for the for- mer was locked up In his cell at the county jail, while the latter was at the Children's Home-Finding association Hl amusing itself with childish sport. l Promptly at 3 o'clock the Rev. Mr. Simpkin took his heat in the pulpit and the large crowd, consisting almost Hji entirely ...

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

' i -THE SAIF TiATTW XBIBUNEj MONDAY MOKNTQsG JAOTJARY 4, 1904. 9 gfcOES FOR TRUST GO. ll)jfmistic Cemment Contained JplDE PUBLIC IN ALBANY Eimts Out In Connection With .Shipbuilding Affairs. 'Bjgperlntcndent'N6w York State Bank jB'Department" Ib Very Severe on V 'B Trust Company of Republic. I BLsUbany, N,. T., Jan. 3. Drastic com 'Bfcenl upon the conduct oC the Trust I Kfompany of the- Republic in connec I 'Bon with the affairs of . the United Ktatca Shipbuilding: company is a fea I Bwrc of the annual report of- Suporln- -fchdent Kilbourh'of the State bank de P Wrlment, made "public tonight." .'Kl'-'Unon the first intimation that the BtrtlBt company had made unusual com ll'M&Jtmcnts in the case," says Mr. Kil m Bfourn, "a. special -inquiry -was lnstl- Kited by me to ascertain the facts, and 'ft was amazed to find that undertak- 'm9QBs na ecn entered into and liabill jlljjpes Incurred which not only jeopar dy IpTrrfl tho solvency of the trust com 'Ipaiiy, but flagrantly transgr...

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

HH 10 '1HE SAJuT JUAKJS 1033 UOTS: i1QjSTDAY JMOBCTDSTGa JAmiABY 4,130 4:. .fc. Ifi' BALL ON THE COAST j'! Peculiar Schedule of Games i for the Season. BLACK LIST IS IN FORCE Reservation Clau39 of 1902 Stll! In Force. Committee Chosen to Make Terms "With the Magnates of the Big;' Leagues. San Francisco. Jan. 3. At the mcctlns today of the officials of tho Pacific Coast Baseball league It was decided to divide tho season into two sections of four months each, the first to commence the opening week of April. Tho teams win ning tho championship of the half soasonn will play a series of nine games at the close of tho second half for the champion ship of tho year. Thcso nine games will bo played at San l'rancisco and Los An geles. Lots were drawn for the opcnlng ony games and resulted as follows: Seattle will nppcar at San Francisco; Oakland at Los Angeles, and Portland at l'rotsno agalnr.t the Tacoma club. It was announced that Fresno capital 1 ad been secured by Manager Fisher and tho ...

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

'fftmmmmmlBmWmmmBmmmmmBmmmmmB - The Salt Lake Trebxhste: Mosdat Mokntetg, Jantjary 4, 1904 11 H gjK SOCIETY NOTICES. I1 ;1kieti333 or lodges wanting a . fH(a change should Inspect tho new Tit llaBC'nlshcd and 'renovated Knlsrhts of INIKmbus hall. Jennings block. For par Slurs ece Slelzenbcrccr. 15 W. 2nd So. f piioi . mt MASONS. 'HIrGEN"TA LODGE NO. 3. F. AND A. - visfc.t Masonic hnll flrat Tuesday each BBth. Members of sister lodRCS and so '4mR&lns brethren Invited. k 1M' NED W. HEWITT. W. M. fc" jBlOSES C PHILLIPS. Secretary. ft ;BfTAK COMMANDERT NO. 1. - BlBhts Templar At Masonic hall first uraday each month, S o'clock. Sir m Mights Invited. A 1K CHARLES F. JENNINGS. E. C. m l-m; h. WILSON. Recorder, ipTASATCH LODGE NO J F AND A. -JJ, Masonic hall, second Friday each Bnth. Members of sister lodces and so- IHtrnlnjr brtthrcn In coorl ptnnrtinr ln ' A- BROWN. W. M. -i'.'J LOWE Secretary. r'lfcr. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2. F. AND t, KM, Masonic hall second Monday each fBbnth. Members o...

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

p 12 rHli3 SAIiT EAKE TlUBTOs. M02TOATT MOICsIKG-, jAnjAHT 4, 1904. I J1! CITY AND teZIGHBORHOJD. ( ,. Weather for .today: Fair. Yesterday In ' Salt Lake: Maximum temperature, 3 3c I'l grces; silnlmum, 24 degrees. I o ' i Father Murphy arrived home last eve ning- after a pleasant holiday vacation I tpent among friends In Montana, and Is ready to rcsumo his Echool duties at AH Hallows this morning, i ' nie holiday Is over for the schools, not only the city schools, but tho other rrchools as well, and this morning pupils, old and voting, will rcsumo their work i where It "v. as dropped before Christmas." O u Rev J. PI. Brown, formerly of'Hannn. Wvo., preached to a large-sized congre gation at tho A. M. E. church on Frnnk- lln avenue. Sunday morning. Ilia sermon , was Instructive and was attentively lls ' tened to. a i Evergreen lodge No. 151 of the Fraternal I Union of America held an Important meeting, last Monday night. Another meeting of a business nature will be held this evening,...

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

5kjT V. .. N ' WEATHER TODAY Cloudy, -with occasional snow. Voii. XJVI. No. 264:. Salt Lake City, Utah, Tuesday Morotstg, Jaakt 5, 1904-12 Pages, Five Cents, fluPPEARSTO sfc NEARER AND NEARER ;SyS RUSSIAN PRESS SRit is Said to Be Peace j fully Disposed. p-OF THE SAME MIND Edi's Government Does Net J : Desir Bankruptcy. Ife rtheless, "War Cloud Is Constant hSiJ Growing, "With Evidence of tfSi Hostilities at Early Day. Vi ' HOh idon. Jan- According to St. Pc H Grg Novoe Vremya, the Russian Li rtiment is trying to avoid ;var bc N1B tit As peacefully disposed and the nese Government is doing the Jbecausc it docs not desire bank Ky.'itnd the British and French are everything possible to maintain 'Nevertheless," the Novoe Vrc $ Continues, "war approaches nearer FtyTjj Hearer." y Sj-ovoe Vdemya, which Is decided SiaJj iKlmlstlc, blames the chauvinism j ' Japan people and press for the at crisis. 3ai f REPLY OF RUSSIA. W!f 'ices from Toklo say that the Rus 4. Forlelgn Minister, Count Lams V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 January 1904

2 The Bajjv Lake Tribune; Tuesday MoiiyxN-G, Jastuajxy 5, I904:t - Ii v MESSAGE ON PANAMA Presidant Transmits Ons on Subject to Congress. I DEALS WITH CANAL QUESTION Likewise Halations of Unitad States With Republic. Presents to - National Legislators Statement of His Action Up to Present Time of Law of 1902. T ( Washington, Jan. 4. President Roose- velt today Rent a special message ' to Congress dealing with the Panama canal question and the relations of this country with Colombia and Panama. i STEPS UNDER CANAL ACT. President Roosevelt says that he lays Hj1 before Congress a statomcnt of his action I up to the present time of the act approved l 1 June 2S. 1002. by which the President was authorized to secure "for the United 1 Stales the property of the Panama Canal Hl company and the perpetual control of a 1 I strU? sl-: miles wide across the isthmus 1 of Panama, It was further provided that "sh6uld the President be unable to obtain for the United States a satisfactory title i to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 January 1904

I The SAiiTltAK TeibotiU' Tuesdat Moigstg, Jastjatht 5, 190. 3 H fiiMINAL "STATISTICS ytelfeork of Wober County Sher III iff a r )BpRESENTED COMMISSIONERS jSKfi tiring Past Year 1336 Crim HK inal Papers Were Served. Kn Over Nino Thousand Miles "Were 523l' Traveled by the Officers in Serv ffip incr "Warrants. i TRIBUNE BUREAU. JXf) Ecclcs Bulldlnc. V Ocdcn. Jan. C. i The Bonrd of County Commissioners :t yesterday but did but little business, jst of the time wna taken up -with lls itnp to the rcportn of couny officers, none; he most Important of there was it of Sheriff Bailey, as follows: 3ontlemen: I hand you herewith report work done In the Sheriff's office from nuary 4, to December SI. 1003. 'rlsonerfl sent to the State prison: Mur r Wm. r.cese. AO years; "Wm, Brown, 40 nrs, Harvey Bass, SO years, jobbery Dan lllfcglns, 1 years; Win. atsoin 5 years; Robert Lister, 5 years; is Smith, 5 years; Harry Campbell, 7 3urglary John Kelly, I year; Albert iyley, 1 year; Fred Engelkc. 1 year; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 January 1904

4 .TfitE Salt Lake Tkibtote: Tuesday Mojustostg, Jaitoart 5. 1904. lT Issued Every Morning by 1 ,J Salt Lata Tribune Publishing Company. PERBY S. HEATH, i Publisher and General Manager, i Entered at tho Postofflce of Salt LaKo City as sccond-claaa matter. , TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune on week. J -2 rtnllv nnd Sunday, ono month Dally and Sunday, two months. Dnllv and Sunday. tlire months.... 3.j Dnltv and Sunday, one year J-" Sundnv Tribune. oni year. - JJ" Pundnv Trlhuno. six months i-w Soml-WVoklv Tribune, one year...... i.w All remittances and business lottcrs Ghoulrl be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBL-TSHTNO POMP ANT. I Salt Lake Htv. Utah. S C Beckwlth Sneclal Arencv. Solo Eastern AdvrrtlFlne- A cent Rntorn of fIoP 1?-49 Tribune Bulldlncr. iSew York. WePtern office. "510-512 Tribune Bulldlnc. Chlcaco. - Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. Tribune Telephone Numbers. Pucpn Office ii "iV:; S5(J Ollv Fd'tn-- 1 Blmrs News nnd Nlclit Editor. -3S 2 Rings Tuesday, January , 5...

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

P; JL THE SAIT TiATCB TRIBTmE: TUESDAY MOKNTNG-, o, 04:. 5 " SKbceof long ago Els Its Story of the Rav jj&'mx' ases of Tima. WKATTl sings her farewell fjfrns Audience Is Very Gener 6liS PlaUS' fhjjQpee Great Singer Wonderfully Pre Wffil sercd, but Hor Singing Gives WJjk Little Real Pleasure. tfPatti was a great disappointment to IV'h Those who expected to hear beautiful If.L Singing, but to those who made allow II j I inco for her years und who could ap- 'h predate the wonderful nrt with which ihc covered up the ravages of time in tier once magnificent voice, 3hc was not. tii ihey even expected her to show more fenlllty In her voice than she did ex- 5 SiH. and lliat was a Good deal. r' j-H manner of tricks known to sing S :rs were employed by this consummate Tilstres3 of music, and hundreds of her fearers did not know that the dramatic breaking short of the high notes wno Kg Jonc because of Inability to hold them.. Pattl's high notes were not only forced. Ibu were metallic, her ...

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

Pj 6 THE Sam IiA: Tkebtote: Tuesday MotGt, Jatuxky 5, 1904. i - " pf -t r-"", : -e f V I N & S 4 PROS PECTS 1 UTAHS GREATEST I I fcgjjj nm g J p)PECTpRsj y i n d u siyy g BIG COPPER STRIKE I I Celumbus Uncovers a Six H Foot Breast. I ALL OF ALTA IS EXCITED H Cams While Annual Meeting Was On. Sensational Disclosures In Virgin Territory Company Took in Near 1 ly S100,000 During Year. mmm 1 J i Hj The financial statement with which Hj 1 the Columbus Con. Mining company Hj closed a most prosperous anniversary yesterday afternoon told of receipts ag j gregating $98,000, of which sum S2S.S29 j was derived from the sale of ore from Hi its mines at Alta. The disbursements, including payments on the acquisition HL j of property, the erection of buildings and equipment generally, In addition to mining, reached as much, although in the treasury at this time Is a balance of 41,000 shares that on the local mar ket could be readily converted into Hj j a big cash asset. The manner In which the...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 January 1904

1 The Salt ILaeje Tiheuosde: Tuesday Moknxntg, J-attaby 5, 1904:. j H STOCK T-OF THE WORLD ZA ST0CKS J I I mi IN STREET rket Dess Subject to In fluence of War News. Xt first hour showed ri Wora Gains, Which Were I Lost In Secand. ation'in Money Market Was Sat inctory, Which Caused a Hard- ening- in Stock Market. ! Stocks and Eonds. Tork, Jan. 4. Today's stock mar is less subject to the Influence news than on Saturday- The feel it some other event than an out jf a war between Russia and Japan be overhanging the market had In? to do with the sharp reaction he carlv bulge- But the Influence war news was not entirely lacking: reaction as London renewed Its on the advance here, and Japanese In London did not hold all of their juying in the flrst hour was rather tatc on the part of thoso who had locks In ha6te on Saturday, nnd aw nothing In Ihc early foreign 3 todav to warrant the extreme enelon of Saturday. Tho recoveries first hour were quite violent In ases, and were quite generally as...

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

nj" o The Salt Lake Thibtcntb:' Tuesday Mokiusg-, .Takxtaky 5, 1904. , I1 H, AGH WINS BY A NOSE IK fj,. Barney Schreiber's Celt ) Wakes Good, i' ' I FIRST TWG-YEAR-OL0 - RACES , i Winner Is Well Played by Tommy Burns. Good ,Work Enables Him to Beat Prince Brutus, the Favorite Constable a Surprise. ' I San Francisco, Jan. 4. Racing was re sumed' at Oakland' today in tho presence of a largo crowd, and Interesting: sport was -witnessed. One of the attractions was the first two-year-old race of tho j year. It resulted In a noso victory for j Henry Ach, a Balgowan-Ursula II. colt, bred and owned by Barney Schrelber. Ho was ridden by Tommy Burns and well played. The muddy going, duo to the early morning rain, favored him, and ho j was enabled to beat Prince Brutus, the favorite. M. A. Powell, an outsider, was 1 third. Bums also took tho mile and a slx- I tcenth race on Incubator. Constable ! ' proved a surprise by winning the third " at odds of 15 to 1. Nullah, the favorite, pot away poor...

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