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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

si . The Saxt Lake Tribune: Siqsday MoRmG, February 14, 1904, v ' 23 H t''rTTrFeb. 12 Has Utah a State ili tUk;;clor if so, who is he. and If no -wh o"!1 . ?1 cnrlnsrs. Ida., Feb. 10.-Wc have 'h! c ol,owi;P questions in re mfnto a couple o points at issue in W t and only "Idaho game" of rlrf We Have endeavored to answer erectly, according to the sentl IKf the. best solo players here: r and C play ft Same oC Bol taS t A ? They form a kitty or pot S "Intcing a certain sum; B plays 38? nSi'ng aclly 60; does he take SUC play a game of solo for hi 1 .. a v lavs several solos and loses v7 V.a tin to the kitty every time. tti "mands that the kitty be cut !S pw5? nioklnff two pots. Can Vii gJfdMe without the consent of B J; a 1 Xo. 2. , - vwllle. Feb. 9. Please answer In S ffiirwhut is good for erysiplas; M i tTbecn taking tincture of iron?- JJ $ult a doctor., , uj' Statellnc, Utah. Feb. Hth. 1 1 1 ffill you kindly answer the follow- J; kJ in Sunday's Tribune Who 1wKc!dent Roosevelt appoint...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

I CURRENT PUBLICATIONS. I THE LAW OF COPYRIGHT. From the American Iiw Book Company, Now York, wo Have the legal treatise, "Copyright," which forms a part of the ninth volume of tho Cyclopedia of Law r.nd Proccduro Just published. Tho trea tise la edited by tho Hon. Edmund "Wot more, a few years npo president of the American Bar association, and one of tho best authorities in tho United States on this subject. The work Is divided under the titles "Nature and Acquisition," "Tl tie and Nature of Ownership," "Infrlngc ( ment," and "International Copyright." Under each title Is massed a conclso ' statement . of tho law, a full discus j slon of the subject In nil its phn.es, with elucidations of every point raised, from I decisions of tho courts, with roforencea bv fooL-notes. It Is a oiost comprchen I si've and valuable work, complete, authen tic and up to date, valuable to have in I any library. I j THE WORLD ALMANAC, j This best of all tho annuals comes to i hand enlarged and improved....

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

Sam? IiAKE Tribune: Sunday MoinsrnsrGrs February 147l9& 27 ffB v: jMHK VII l ! ilT'EACTIONS THIS WEEK " ! ttljj L !-kc Theoiei Howard Kyle in 5 tiary." Monday' Tuesday and University Dramatic club, m . 11 p of Paper." Friday night. ' H a Theoter-Hcld's Band and ro..J Concern company, Sunday .50 CT-unclc Tom's Cabin." Thursday. . ,2 nd Saturday nights and Satur- iPrtit ifternoon. ( V comes to the Salt Lake Theater 5 iff three nights aflda mat- f Ke will appear this time as the Wtf tJsopte bachelor In "Rosemary. S concerns the love of &ir Jas- ft nvndykc, for Dorothy Cruick- rffi K has eloped with Ensign ft at god. The eloping couple haying aJrWf" i,iih an accident are Invited to . rf the night In Sir Jasper's house 1 flit "capt. and Sirs. Crulckshank are d IsTlted. Next- morning Capt. 4ui Scbtonk finds his daughter and her tut Sir Jasper's diplomacy wins other's consent to the marriage. Si &Mle. Sir' Jasper, who has fallen W Ealriv In love with Dorothy, m- ' a lie party t...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

M - I I I im -n-.im.iTli 1 n1"1""""-'''" 1 I -. - .. i . . wns the scene of a notable gathering of society last week, when ho and Mrs. Dopew I (Continued from page 17) white satin, hi a little room, silk pan eled, between the two. There are a por trait of the Admiral and of his wife, 1 tooth by Chartran, in the front drawing "room, and signed photographs, framed, of the President and Mrs. Roosevelt. The curious peer with interest at the many mementos fo the Admiral's ca reer scattered about, at the exploded bomb In a fragment of the Olympia, the powder-stained flag, the giant silver loving cup made of individual dimes, the monster silver books as largo as tea tables, containing testimonials, news- ! paper clippings, etc. The Admiral looks younger and fresh er than any of his pictures. Adolescence seems gaining upon him with the months. The Deweys are a picturesque ly devotdd couple. 1 tt e The celebration of Colorado day will be one of the most conspicuous events of the thirty-sixth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 February 1904

fB1 All the war news and S jj ffl H li X teZTT A I !& lX (ft I 11 111 II I II ! over your left shoulder. Bej jH IWjJv JpCWJl' Jvl'Jv kJI JVJvJvl'lv je-j llT S V.. "" WEATHER TODAY Rain or snow. I H flvo71' :No- 305 Salt Lake City, Utah, Mo:ntay Moknxntg9 Febbttary 15. 1904, 10 phqes.Fiv"e Cents. ;! I RMIBS OF CZAR AND MIKADO CLASH - 1 1 : IN- BA TTLE IN THE HERMIT KINGDOM ' I 5 Ixindon, Feb. 14. Cablognuns from Cheioo received tonight announce that land battles are being fought in northern Korea. Ono dispatch, under date of Friday, says: ' "It is reported that 12,000 Japanese troops were landed at Dove bay last Wednesday morning, and that they were met by the Rusians, who engaged them in a hand-to-hand fight. Tho reports say the Japanese wore driven back. It is also re- r i rted that Jnp"1056 troop3 have been landed forty miles further west." II The Daily Telegraph's Shanghai correspondent, under date of February 12th, says it is reported that the Japanese have bombarded Dalny a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 February 1904

I: MATTERS POLITICAL AND OTHERWISE i Tribune Correspondent at Washington Tells of Hearst's Candidacy from View Point of Prominent Party Leaders -Other Affairs of Interest to the West- I ' (By A. F. Philips.) I I i Washington, D. C Feb. 14. The can- I H illdncy of William Randolph Hearst Cor H ' the Democratic nomination for Presi- H dent Is referred to here by prominent members of his party as "perilous." I ( Regardless of this, were the convention HI 1 to meet tomorrow, he would doubtless J- be nominated. He has a complete or- I J Kanlzation. likewise: a "barrel," and the latter cuts a great figure with Demo- crats. Two million dollars 1b the sum Ahich he is willing, it Is said, to chip j 1 into the Democratic campaign fund. I All over the country Hearst clubs are H . being organized, and they will go to J St. Louis to root for their leader. His H boom Is no longer a booYn; It is a rcal H Ity, as conservative members of his H party are now compelled to admit. H Hearst la now leadin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 February 1904

I the Salt Lake Tbtbttete: Monday MoBxnsG February 15. 1904. 3 j -'H mage at the park Slliani Burg Charged With m Awful Wife-Beating. 8R FACE MASHED TO PULP Si nnzied Man Maeia a Maniac f -hvSonia Fancied Wrong. i 2 Aroused tlie Neighborhood, ' 1 the Husband Taken in by 0$, the Officers. ' ' ..i TRIBUNE BUREAU. Ntii Park City. Feb. 11. a! .mm Bur?, an Irate husband, la 05fier some real ' or fancied and wdcVncd by alcohol, in "flEi have beaten Ws wife in a most Sjtj!a-d Ehocking manner 'la; night, jljpyaffi the whole neighborhood of IlE, fiat b' bl frenzied actions. To ViWEits is i a v'ry 'ul,lbl- cdliSon UUF n,j. th result of the urnge she ? tEVnu'P. to lecih arc missing, op I'fc i crrtciiiy closed, r.nd thc vic MjL can .scarcely m with the other, .v,,. two braids of hair was torn rSBfir the roots and her body is badly Witness of the terrible Srtsav that the insane husband de iCtdVrom the first that he would kill 'Krift ami proceeded without hesi AfL to Oo H The stovy told Is as wKT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 February 1904

'j Issued Evers Mornlnc by Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. PERRY S, HEATH, 4 Publisher and General Manager. Entered at the Pivatofflcc of bait Lake, 1 City as second-class matter. . TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. , ' Dally and Sunday TrptKinc. one week.J Z5 Dally and Sunday, one month i.w I Dall and Sunday, two months ...... ;.W 1 Dally and Sunday, threes months .... 3.00 Dally nnd Sunday, one year J.J Sunday Tribune, ono vnr f'SS Sunday Tribune, six ninths 1 Scml-Weskly Tribune, ono year l.w All remittances, and business, letters ' should bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISH!! KG COMPANY. Salt Lake CKj . Utah. , S, 0. Bnckwlth. Special Agency. Sola 1 Eastern Advert Jslnp Ajtt-nt. Eastern of fice, 3H-J317--49 Trlbisne Building. New, York. Western office. 510-512 Tribune Building Chicago. "Washington Bureau-t-1417 G Street. , Tribune Telophozve Numbora. . Buslnoss Office . ii'l'r3 J City Editor - 4 5 R nga A News and Night Editor. 3S-I-2 Rings Sunday, February 14, 1904. Of course, you could...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 February 1904

1 The Salt Lake TsiBinsrEj Moxday Mottjstgk Fjebruaky 15, 1904. 5 i j IFEELS TO BE "BROKE " TfvROlt THE UNDER SIDE OF LIFE IN SALT LAKE CITY. ! JflST1 wniTTBN 73 Y A REFORMED WEARY WILLIE. jjj riua written by the man ro mldaysaKO. apoou who at- JSjc.dhad WrUtCn,an0UlH S Hi lone" Intended as a farewell A He now has employment rlt Ho v,roto this story for ' 1 nr do vou know how It fools to 1 M Have you felt tho lmpotenco iXll without employment anil f T lUien to my tolo of woe. dissertation I will ntnte W3,,', that Salt Lake la no f JnTdtv of Its size during the ?"5 Th'cv nro all equally ob Cto a stranger seeking employ iho holidays' delirium has I .L market and bargain coun rtK thu Indian summer farnt settles a moveless tftrfutry. U la Inevitable', It it?, 'ffiquenco following pro Tho city cannot bo unaplo to furnish sltua uUrtunato exiles of other FSEE' rrTHIsf,PBNED LIKB Inln tho most thoroughly pro !ft of the dull season I routed room d at onco proceeded . iftftVlnc for work. I ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 February 1904

.. WILL ACT AS UMPIRE Hi H Harry Knight Leaves Hastily Hi for the East. H I, , , ' NEWH8USE AND AMERICAN H Woalth of til Old Sterling M' Greup. - ' Projected Changes at Yninpa Smelter ' ' The Skunks to Go Mammoth, and the Ore Market. Replying to . tclecrnphlc summons, Harry Knight, the-, well-known, ore- I buyer, yesterday departed for New Hlj ! York city, where, it Is eald, he will Hh umnlro negotiations between Samuel I I Newhouse, owner of the Cactus group l' of mines, out of Friirco. this State, and -j( Uie American Smelting and Refining company, preliminary to a contract for v' a reduction of the former's output at " the latter's furnace?. As stipulated in an informal agreement between the ,( ' . rrlnclpals on the eve of Mr. Newhou5oE tl departure for Europe, from which part " , of the world he has juat returned, the I American Smelting and Refining eom pany Is to receive the product of the d i 'actus concentrator and first-class ores 1 " from the mines for a period, of twenty ...

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

. . . trrH nJI The Salt "Lake TbibthsEi Monday MoBrnsTG, Februaky 15, 1904. 7 I s BBbI d THE RIOT ACT JB cai)nn Denounces the fl Knockers In Guard. THEY TALK TO! MUCH IjLoiil Office Scrts1o th n ! Nawspaptrs, ;?! ; Lto Be Made to Secure a Better $i elmoiy-Another Meeting to Be :7 '! Held February 28th. " 'A- L feature of the meeting of the 2Ca Siard officers held at the arm fi P"Xdny was a heart-to-heart, 5 f,5ftom.tl.cshoulder talk by S john Q cannon on "What I JK About Knockers." As a matter mL Gen Cannon pretty well mo tlE thc Proceedings, although It 'BBfctly V5"'1 hi fault- fEtt a full attendance of offi Kf the cUv companies, but if there nJ: sny knockers present they had J!? for not caring to meet the Gen SSitmarts in the open. It was also Jfljto tbat the General's call for eug "fiwkiiin regard to some means which mto b adopted to revive interest in 'mxetional Guard, to the end that it Wtbe strengthened to at least its fflw&m reaulrcment, was followed by -fmjas silence. 4l...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 February 1904

I 'imp h 8 TECS Bave1j&K& TEttffiBi TSZGT)y? M0ItaX5T?a FJUjaTO-ATtT 15,' 1904:. 1 I VIEWING RUINS OF TUB "BALTIMORE FIE. TD A T TTMOWTT,. TJ'aV). M. .1lt 0' week aco today the crnt fire broke out, and seven days thereafter Jt may be truthfully sulci that the city has shown a - recuperative power that must be accounted extraordinary. The energy exhibited by Mayor Mc Lane and the whole city government in I BOY SIX YEARS OLD RUN IN BY POLICE Fred Rasmussen, 6 years of asc, with the assistance of Wiley Corbott and Ma tron Turncy, aged 13 and 15, respectively, attempted to prevent the celebration of the Chinese New Year In Plum alley last ' j night. As a result of his depredations the 1 J youthful marauder was taken In cuatody, i ) with his two frlcnd3, by a police, officer j and escorted to headquarters ( The. three lads arc .newsboys when they ' work. At other times they have no spe ' clal occupation, but the torture of a Chink is their highest glory. Chlnntown was ' engrossed...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 February 1904

1 nm J This Bam Ixflics Tbtbtotbi Monday Mokntng, February 15, 1904:. 9 j CLASSIFIED ADS ... 9 I ON PAaE 16 j K-REAL ESTATE. 5 this 1 a paBn' 1,0COV-aa fPiot goes for fcM. i! ff-e you're rTUv HAND several i T-rooiiodcrn homes, and . feft. modcrn' por' fSEShi So, a -well . b'.-f-sed brick, por. bath. 2 l.ir? hot-water heat, 3x10. $5700. an P-room mod. homo. bath. : tor. beautiful 2x? lot, i kSf,cfti uducod to J2S-30. 'T' fn onrt of city, a 10-room g1o.l?t.Po 1, furnace, natural ! Jot on Sth B.. uor. bath, toilet. '" ftuM, hall. Pantry, closet, cellar. i Fi.rfSc. ror. bath, toilet, c 1.. J iWtMIc floored. (2HX7 and r. 5 viithly mod. pressed brick, j jKooS barn that cost $1000), j, ihcea mod. pressed brick, on E. " .nid. brick. large rooms, por. t ft Brighara. WJOO. " i tnobire, on 4th w., zt.v. S E and 2nd So.. 120O. K XqR WILL TRADE FOR CITY i 5i beautiful farm of SO acres on j -rtom house, with other out- ; Hi weed; owner anxious to sell, 7th Eo. sl i sr 3i de cornerT paying t freca...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 February 1904

10 irrrw gASJPliSEE TlTuftDSS: Moxday Mokotng, Febbuary 15, 1904. 1 I? RAIN OR SNOW, SAYS MAN. JUPITER PLTJVIUS TO SPRINKLE ' LAWNS TODAY. OR MANTLE '1 OP WHITE WILL FALL- jl "Utah Fair in south; rain or snow In j north portion Monday and probably Tucs- I dny." Tills Is the forecast for today's weather made by the: weather bureau In Chicago. Yostcrduy the weather In this city was up to sched ule of Local Fore caster Hyatt. The Chicago man, It would scorn, also lc n o w r. something .about the variety of avcather due hero to day. Last evening the sky became over- i RAJ OH SNOW, enst and there was a J feeling of snow or rain In tho atmos phere. j Tlio high record for the thermometer 4 I wtorday was 35 degrees; low, 21 decrees. I CITY AND NE16HB0RHQQ3. ' A, J. Mailoy. a prominent capitalist of New Haven, Conn., who Is well-known In (, mining circles In both Utah and Colorado, arrived In the city yesterday from tho J Fast. He will snend several weeks look m lng after his intercuts In th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 February 1904

JI PH y - Jig VA 4fT T) f -k4 ' I Jft LJj I L 7.'4, I jfl ' m & rdL 'm MTI (M Tha other day a man lost j ' ' ' 1 Kttfat ad in The Tribune Y g IT ) "SSk ll IS 1 All Ivk Ix II 1 If 111 II W scmo valuable pnpccrs. Ho 'i IIL results. Try ( one, if I I 1 SIH I I W (P M MM , J I, III L L JL ItA. recovered them by adverti9- H jKrSiit results.- i( J ; jyjlL IJL Jfij WiEwjs yr JfysW wwy lILJ !: H iS,N, " "" t- Cl " i WEATHER TODAY Bain or snow. XJV'I -yo-' 3Q6- t Saj,t Lake" City, Utah, Tuesday Mokshdstg-, Fekrtjabt 16. 1904, ' 12 phges.Five Cents. j H MflON' MOURNS DEATH OF UNITED Q I i STATES SENATOR MARCUS A. HANNA I Triors of . ' iczar and japs' i playing at tag Ilk the Mikadoes Military Forces Are Be ring Mobilized and the Fleets - Are I Scouting for the Vladivostock Sqtiad ;ron Russian Forces at Port Arthur Arc Patching Up Their Crippled Ships. k 1: liV,. jfi0x;Fcb 16. The voluminous djspatches from the fur East published as mornlryr are again characterized by abwnec of real light ...

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. — 16 February 1904

H ,! , 2 The Salt Lake Tkebune: Tuesday Moknino. February 16, 1904. i 'i : ! : -1 n If, QUEEN LIL FAILS TO GET MONEY !j Senate Bill Appropriating 200,000 N for Ex-Ruler of Hawaiian Isl- I IUldS 1edl WASHINGTON, Feb. 16. In his i) prayer opening tho Senate today, Chap- j lain JInle referred to both the critical n condition of Senator Hanna and the ! j Oriental war. " Immediately after the conclusion of . the prayer the Senate, on motion of Mr. Cullom, went Into executive scs- ' slon. The doors were reopened at 12:32 j o'clock and legislative business pro- ' ceeded with, j; Mr. Proctor, from the Committee on , j Agriculture, reported the agricultural appropriation bill and gavo notice that he would ask to take It up tomorrow. J The conference report on tho urgent t deficiency bill was presented and I 1 nrrrpftd to. , The House bill authorizing . the Di- '! rector of the Census to co-operate with "J1 the State of Michigan In tnklng the ' census of manufacturers of that State v was pass...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 February 1904

11 THE SAITLAKE TRTJBTrjSTE: TOUSDAIT MOKSTNT&, FEBRTJAinf 16, 1904. . 3 PON MOURNS THE DEATH OF I SENATOR MARCUS A. HANNA f fC-t!nucd il!"1 PaKe L) mr N.nnN- Feb. 16.-The death of 4- Hanna has brought out a 4- iSlt' ! ion? obituary articles in 4 S'Jon papers this morning, 'ho tor'nl comment on his 4- W: tr buYc is paid to his mar- cr as a political organ- 4 fV4 3! K hc was looking for his "ftlSk m- wife has my handker W ,b2, senator whispered. Lth of the family, when told of WK at once recognized It as M1?". favorite rejoinders in good Mtl, h' f 'J )i n which Mr. and Mrs. m SSSr f he missed any pcr KSSde. especially his hundker- feSyterday the P.l ticohie unconscious, and the ftfd awt Bcem to kiiovv what was Km uTwut him. When It was W ihflt there was no chance for re K nrrangemeni wns made to have fe Sk taken by Sculptor U. S. Kiv.r and that was done early this Jr The cast will be perfect, and BP;' n It may seem, will show the Ca lls' usual fullness. The Senator's IJSs little ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 February 1904

w THE SAXZF liAKH TElBimEi TUESDAY MOROTKG, FEBRUAKT 16f 1904. 1 ' a I Issued Every Mornln? by , Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, j Publisher and General Manwer. i Entered nt the Poetofflcc o Salt LaK N City no second-class matter. I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. i Dnlly una Sunday Tribune, one week.$ .25 ' i Dally and Sundny, ono month 1 W j Dally and Sunday, two monthB 2.w , Dally and Sunday, three monthn .... 3. TO l Dallv and Sundny, one year l.w ! Sunday Tribune, ono year , ") j Sundav Tribune, six months Seml-Wookly Tribune, ono year l.w All remittances and business letters I should bo addressed to ' ( TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, I Salt Lake City. Utah. . S, C. Beckwlth. Special ARency, Solo Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastorn or I flee. 43-14-45-Tribune Bulldlne. Nevr. i York. Western office, 510-612 Tnbuno Building. Chicago. I "Washington Bureau 1417 G Stroot t Tribune- Telephone Numbers! j i Business Offlco 4 City Editor 2lnR8 -j Nc-wa and Night Editor 3S4 2 Ri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 February 1904

KToHMII. SNOW Starred For Sixty Days by the Suprtme Court. M0z m w- W,LKINS H.!ec Bsskln Wuld Shut SineinOut Permanently. JJj, crows Out of Serious Reflec Claimed to Have Been Made Against Justice Bartch. 5 ' ..ey Aiviros E. Snow has boon tTthe privilege of attorney tJl the bar of this State for the J o months, as a result of the dis ft! ,,t proceedings Instituted against t ."d W H. Wllkins and J. M. Bow ft 3hl attorneys. Snow escaped .by t&lr of his teeth from permanent 1 ' ' en and Wllklns. too. would i Ken disbarred had Chief Justice L ben permitted to mete out pun "t commensurate, in his opinion, i? ie rravlty of their offense- Jus '5 "guSto writes a dissenting opinion, 6 !TtIcfc be holds that Snow and Wil . .hould be permanently disbarred Eft Li which Bownan Is censured for c ifirt in the reflections cast upon the 3 pneter of Justice Bartch. ) he proceedings arose out of a case ' M bJ' o"e Morrison against Snow i( I? to haw a contract. In which he j iwrtd U5.000 shares of s...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 February 1904

Bn 6 THE SAJTliAKE TRIBTrNTE: TUESDAY MORIsTN'G, FEBHHAHY 16. 1904. 1 I; DALY WEST'S ANNUAL ' Th Splendid Exhibit Made at Denver. :1 ;j C8MPANY'S BI6 SURPLUS J 9rs and Concentrates That ' Brnught $2,382,257. ' Labor Draws Down a Munificent Sum During1 Same Period, ns Did the Merchants, i i J The management of the gront Daly A "West of Park City, during the annlver j sary which terminated -at yesterday's J meeting1 of shareholders In Denver, pro A duced and marketed ores and concen H trates of the value of $2,3S2,257.52, passed around dividends aggregating lj $1,332,000, and inaugurated the new. H year Tvlth a cash balance amounting to Sl.ril,996.2S. An analysis of the report 1 which was spread before the sbarehold t crs shows that during the period cm . j braced within its folios there was mar- ketcd from Daly West ground proper 1 44,470 tons of crude ore, for which $1, 373,103.30 was received, the metallic con- tents' of the rock averaging BS.5 ounces ! silver, 20.5 per cent lead, ...

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