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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 February 1904

5sJ The Salt Lake Tkibxhje: Monday Morotng, February 16, 1904. 7 i i 1 ODOWN AND HALT M Cenditions in Wall 'ij ;stret Market. i MARKET IS STEADY Bljjy Ballimora Fire Net 'rj! Oneffocllvt. ,l! fcsiaess In Stocks the Small Iisecordcd ln Nearly 8 FUr Year3' iILrK rcb. 15,-Tho stock mar- if narked time and at Intervals VrtEialL but' sl,ght aS Wa th dC" ltt3Cb. 11 was sufr,c,cnt t0 maln" . tfffj, the offerings were entirely K. xhcre was an sign of llqul- "iB" d, the professional traders ftSfatike tho short side of tho mur UtfflL'e of the stagnant condlUon of ElBur, condition that usually In IK;, aggression by professional mmta nothing In the day's news SMjrf to have any Innucnco upon bt to'onTI lhe neatlvo lnnuoncc Slif 'lt at absence of selling? imt' no special domand from Bal- ujffiiui l0T fund3 nlcn coun" N6 currency movement to New S-CMwdtd to conUnuo this week. JtMJXiu of the probable shipments MHMjjthlB wek running to lmproba- JBu-cial world, however, Is in a frame of tfind regard ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 February 1904

S The Saxf Ike TMBIINE: Tuesdat MoicasrG-, Febrtjaky 16, 1904:. i II I OGDEN I I I TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE. I I :4SS "Washing-ton Arc, Tolopbono 111 I GOT NINETY DAYS. ; . . Penalty Imposed for Beating His Wife. I OGDEN", Feb. 15. William Pnrwoiis:, who 1 was arrested Saturday nlgliL on the I r hargc of beating his wife, wna given a i hearing before Judge Howell yesterday and sentenced to ninety days in the city Jail. I WILSON APPOINTED. , Undo Fruit Tree Inspector of Weber County. Robert EL. "Wilson of Ogdcn, was yester day appointed fruit tree Inspoctor o 1 j Weber county by the County Commlsslon- ' j The board adopted Iho report of tho Hpo- clal committee, which appears elsewhere I'l In these column, and Immediately elected J Mr. Wilson to the iKJaltlon. The matter of building a bridge over tho north fork of Ogden river near Lib erty won referred to Commissioner Wilson I with power to art. I'( ALL IS ARRANGED. u Big Bull Fight Will Positively Take 'i Place February 22ncL The much-h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 February 1904

jEpTHE SOCIAL WHIRL inc- from 0 to 12 o'clock Col. , : X 3 F Holmes will receive In b STortcort-nd ladles at Fori; E ?f C imc 330 quests Have been bld i " MfS Hoimc3 will bo nts ...j living by Gov. and Mr. Wells, j S1 . ,ue of the New York World &I ilng Item, which -will be of 2 Sh People: Arrivals from TV, .Me Includo Samuel New-house, Je. .hn,.e remained at Clarldge's. ffc After Mra Newhousc returned SB . !. york She Is a very pretty IkP with a wonderful complexion Fome vcs. She Is most cntor- tfB .rd In In(,on 18 l0(ed llpm nS eul tnr. The N'cwhouses arc lfer and though at first they bad wHfrLunrle with fortune, thoy are Pirf a nt their present position and Cif tel Hni tficlr experiences dur JffkS vUr? Thoy expect to have a 1?fiown house later on. Mrs. Ncw JM.Z Intimate friend of Mra. Orrno 4tiiVns MIj Carrie Astor. She. ISnted to King Kdward several '4 fH and he paid her a very pretty SlfA 30 Enp and's King certainly 1?K?S"lo do those things When tho iW" first came East they...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 February 1904

I 'I Changes Are Recom- m mended in Many De li partments of the I j City Govern- 1 J; ment, I' Methods of Making Water H I' Assessments Are Criticised H and Light Company H Iz Scored. Mayor's Ofncc, Salt Lake City, Utah, H i February 10, 19M. fl ji To the Honorable the President and Members of the City Council; Gentlemen: fl ' 1 horowlth respectfully submit this, my I1 flrt communication to you, together with H'' the annual reports of the several dopart-H- ments of tho city, for the year, offering J therewith such suGKcatlons and rccom Hv' inendatlons ns the occasion secma to war K rant. , FINANCE DEPARTMENT. Nl Bonded Indebtedness. The bonded In j", debtcdnesa of the city Is J2.793.CCO. bolnp r1'1 ISS G per cent interest bcurinK bonds or . $1000 each, and U50 4 per cent Interest bfarlnj; bonds of $1000 each, as follows! Hi Issue of July 1. 1882, 10-20 yearn. 5 per MX cnt (series No. A), I5-IS.O0O. ".1 Issue of Mnv 1, 183-1. 10-20 years, G por '1 ment (series No, 5), SS00.COO. .V Is...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 February 1904

The Sax,t Tia-ehr Tribxjkb: Tuesday" Moiusmm February 16, 1904. 11 H isSlHED ADS ... I if ON PAGE 12 j SfrTvTO-VVN-SELLS REAL SSinney writes Insurance. No. SftfiSutb 1-1520 ARD under Walkcr'o bank. iP0 rl90j SferTpBAI' ESTATE. TI1AT9 &jl&ZW Maln; red baJ1 fllgn3-- B-TItk bargains, u. p. r. tTte. money to loan. STtkUBT & SAVINGS CO. ZMmte south of city, $200.00. fft?S. newly bullt' U50-M: TtFrents. loans, ins. 1 So. W. Temple. kS15 TrHain for cash, if front lots on 2nd Wost, Tflfc.fcn ave, Inquire Angus Lam PoperV. SI W. S. Tcm- Umzi Troom piv brick, HpSWirinB part of city; $15C0; SEfw' brick, modern, oil finish, dry Wt&iY casl1' balv.?sy- . 2lL tHIdlnc lots on Stato st. 'I K 5K lots on Sth East, very mW 2nd So. sS SOCIETY NOTICES. 3 ; UtGEXTA LODGE NO. 3, F. AND J i ll will" hold a special meeting ri 'iTuesdav) evening at 7:20 4' Si "or wprk in the M. M. dc 1 1uom Invited ; jLC. PHILLIPS, Secretary. mKS Tuesday Feb. 23rd; cards and IfcSnts; musical, cnterta Inmcnt; s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 16 February 1904

f l, H j 12 Tbce Sait Hake TRiBxnsrBi Tuesday MoionsrG-, itebrxjajry' 16, 1904. w- I 1 J RAIN OR SNOW ,'v ' AGAIN. 'l WEATHER FORECASTER- HEB j1 ALDS COMING- OF SQUALLS DUE FOB YESTERDAY, t Weathor Forecaster Hyatt lias again J hoisted rain or snow signals for today. I trV Tna squalls are proba- iyii bly tho samf that i S- were heralded as duo to k Sm. arrive, yesterday. and JSvSm stopped off whllo en 1 ADrsH route. The weather iHKflBl vosteraay was very ArfiOli mild and Hprlng-llko, 1 aBttl&w the mercury In the IBMSvla weather bureau's thcr fSEStSESi momctcr jumping , for ffTOfEyya very Joy. Tho high ' WtB&i vk. jump landed It at tho ISIK 1 C'5-dcgreo mark, but In Ik vps. tne afternoon it ' '1 gS. v dropped back to 32. j Tcmporaturo, .i At other point.". Max. Min. J Denver Clear. .62 22 1 Grand Junction Cloudy.. W 32 Helena .. Clear.. S 2 . Modcna Clear. .52 S3 I Wlnncmucca Pu Cloudy. .61 -12 H" CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. 1 ; 1 The George. R. Mnxwoll W. R. C. will 'Jl hold Its ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 February 1904

WEATHER TODAY Rain or Enow; colder. IHxryi- yo- 307. , Salt Lai,b 0ity UtaHi Wednesday MoEyrye, February 17. 1904. io phges.;fiv:e Cents. ! I llssian Cruiser b ouls a- Harbor Mine and Is Blown mjp, One Hundred and Ninety-Seven Officers and Wden Going to the Bottom With the Vessel Storm Ming Overtakes Regiment of Russian Infantry, 3and Six Hundred Perish From the Severe Cold.. Jg j J- 13 . -. swWM a J7DIENT OF THE 4 B JAPANESE ZAND FORCES h. PETERSBURG, Feb. 16. A 4 ilch iwelved litre from Port 4 VlVr-tf catetl February loth ways 4 'Zifejfetuceo are landing nt Chin 4 I z; Tao, a port on tlio southern 4- ij to of Slanchurla, close to tlie 4- fca Northern railroad. Tho sea. 4 .n; fa cowed with Jcc for a dls- -f :uol fourteen miles from tbc 4 Jl, au ma. llils. would make landing 4 difficult. No Japanese 4 yjjt ii?ln senu on the Y;thi river. 4 4 Japanese are landing provls- -4 srud mimitlons of war at .Won- 4 5, ntbet.Tst coast of Korea and 4 'fcp riiftf Eooiil. U .t 44444444 ' I J w ALE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 February 1904

Bp 2 The Saitt Lake TRinmoj: Wedotssday Mokntng-, February L7 , 1904:. I I?. STATE FUNERAL FOR SENATOR M. A. BANNA j (Continued -From Pago 1.) ! phono w'ere held today between friends I of the Hnnna family here and In Wosh- . Ington relative to the funeral arrange- H I ments In this city. It was announced HI ' by Samuel Mather, chairman of the J local citizens' committee on arrnngc- Hl ments, today, that the funeral train will I leave "Washington at C p. m. Wedncs- ' day, via the Pennsylvania line. Tho ' train is expected to enter Ohio shortly J afcer daylight and will run through all HI j towns along tho road at a slow rate of H .! speed, us it is believed many people will J gather at the stations along the lino to HI. , pay their final respects to the deceased. H ( The funeral train will arrive In Clevc Hj land at 11 a. m. Thursday. The body Hj ' will be taken directly thncc to the H i audJtorium of the chamber of com Hj merce, where it will lie In state HI' unt,l Friday. The fune...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 February 1904

jjtrHE social whJ IBWFT.-, has been tho fconc of E&iiS Jol social events since it has (Hff .Col. nl Mi Edwin F. i not ono lms been planned on WmW' a seal us that of Inst even JZWS tbc noapUable mansion woo SSBSi I" honor of the officers and W?n,rl Doogl-n- From V o'clock Slwcht the rooms were thronged gJM'.n.! tho no presented wa "fin '"tlc!lL Th0 e"tJrC h0y9 otn the entertainment SJBT'Sj and the already beautiful JiJM " .ivJo more beautiful by tho S?ierlcn Beauties were con ttjl lhr decoration of U th Wt lcpaluw were cff-ctlvely placed tiic guests uvro received In 'WKSur-rown, a bank of paJm In the ilA- ,1th tail vaflcA of Arowlcan ttW en either side malclnu a most ef-J3Kt-iccround for tho receiving1 party, ttfKtal'd CoL nad-Mr. nolmcs, Gov. tfWfxdti and Mayor and Mre. Mor the music-room the beautiful "fliKir carw.tlons. with palrrw and -WVere awn. while liyond. In the aB! , American Beauties and spring SfedtorweroMcii. AnWqulslte ftKnrff u rilk richly embroidered In WmnsMlhemu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 February 1904

H' 4 The Saxt ILake Trxbuke Wednesday MomsmG-. Feshuaky 17, 1904. j ij1 Issued Every Morning by ',, Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. PERRY 5. HEATH, 1 Publisher and General Mannper. if Entered nt the PoBtoffice of. Salt Lalc, City na second-clasp matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, one- week .05 Dally and Sunday, ono month 1.09 Dally and Sunday, two months Dally and Sundny, threo months .... .oo Dally and Sunday, ono year U.TO Sunday Tribune, ono year Sunday Tribune, six months, J.J Scml-Wcelcly Tribune, one year i-A l All rcmlttancca and business lettoro ' ehould bo addressed to I TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANT. I Salt Lake City. Utah. S. C Bcckwlth. Special ABoncy. Sole Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern or Jlce. U-l5-47-S-49 Tribune Bulldlne, New. 'l York. "Western office. G10-512 Tribuno . J Building. Chicago. 'Washington Bureau 1417 G Street Tribuno Telephone Numbers. 1 Bualnoas OMoo ju:V.''36!? I City Editor gM- g Newn and Nlcht Editor .. SSl-2Rlnjr3 Tues...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 February 1904

1 1 - ) Tee Salt JjAKb Thtbihstb.' Wednesday Moknto. February 17, 1904. 5 pTH A HISTORY lie Handled Only by Mcreat Experts. V; ij ,oB9RN DISPOSITION ij j A jesperale Attempt to I I Kill Man- '1 TbatBecnlls Hugo's Gun 1 igwdBofaltostorinthe Treasurer's Office. r " I ' of a fo expert havo been J the big eteel chest In the fv Treasurer Carbis. The " Ktnaworth of Denver, Colo. !,,, gait Lake yesterday and be 1 futse afternoon. Although ho K 0 business thirty-five years iUrf foroo bard propositions In ' Almsworth admits that ho i fdjte of work before him and 570 or three days' work In JdcoroflheMsvauIt. t u Vhlch has been In tho County rt efflce since shortly after tho ft rl firt bas a unique history. The LK Ltsoi two, an upper and a low- nt each with a separate Inch door wlih two combination Uzbeks of the upper door work . tots also tho lower lock of Ur Th0 u,)pcr l0Ck C 1110 ir fcowever. will not respond to Jt of patient working. Several km cr.deavorod to discover the Oft , but without...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 February 1904

H 6 The Salt Lake Trtbtostb: TVedk-jesday Mobotxg. February IT, 1904. : II TO ADO A REFINERY 'j U. S.r Company Plans a Val (! ley Plant. I ASSURANCES FROM THE EAST ! Mot'ais to Bo Fitted fir Cin sumors list. I President Evans and Powerful Asso ' ciates Decide on Perfect Equip ment for Custom Smelter, i ,1 A communication from the East says f that o perfect Its .equipment, in this! alley and to clothe Itself In iirmor t that nil rivals must respect, the United I States Smelting- company will follow up i Us installation of lead blast furnaces I Ith nothing- less than an -up-to-date ,j roilnery that its product may so upon 1 i)e nuirkct ready for commercial rc y rjulrcmcnls. It Is further volunteered that the company has declined to en- c roach upon the earnings of its mines i:i this State for tlie sinews with which ' ' to provide, these equipments, and that t! for menn with which to pay for lead blasts aa well iu a refinery the pro ' I mctero will reach into their own 'I jiockdis. 'fh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 February 1904

Vjf ifVAl The Salt JLAfcE TRiBtnte; W:KD:NiESDi 17, I904;r 7 :l W&- .. i i , ! . H zmmm coveh J$ f Wall Street. ' ILL INCREASE IN SALES ?f IlYerk PuM,c Utility .Shares Cg th Business. ijJj Copper and Other Shares .C'pjd, and Even the Bond S Y Was Off. TORK'. Fcbl 15--Tha amount of "iE. ,oD in stocks today was slightly TKn yesterday, but tho character 'Hcirkct was unchanged. WfZi ncfasc in business was dona Ltot r.ur of tb0 markoti th0 3aJes ! tlaio reaching almost as many ' ror tho whole day yesterday. I'Bl-tintts ,l 0tivine niovemcnt iMTfonnoed to tho Now York public yg jcd Whlch was without cxplana- m?inr nw development, it was re s', fci Swan effort of tho party leaders to ?! b the market into somo animation 14 m l .rurt prices moving. : J ttfo railroad slocks wero Included ..Zi towmrat It failed entirely to at a following and was abandoned, f $nfXcd to. drift Blow y back i irirtfs level or below It, when the S their prottls United States vSi FhIW I was heavy at all times. S$...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 February 1904

8 Tee Salt "Lake Trxbuotji "Wednesday Moiiottstg, February 17, 1904. 1 - - "- -- I j M IN AND ABOUT M 4 1 TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, j 2S5 Washington Ave. Telephone 111 Jg If RLiOiH' UJ PHOMONrOHif POINT, j "Work. Has Already Begun, and It "Will Bo Pushed to Completion. ( OGDEN, Fob. 16. Some months ago The I Trlhuno published n rumor to tho effect 1 that the Southern Pacific Rallrond com ! pany would hulld nn Immense pleasure re 1 sort on Promontory Point as noon as .the I Ogdcn-Lucln cut-off was comp eted. 1 his I rumor. It may bo safely stated. Is now a reality. Already more than p'xhty of tho plica that arc to support the mnmmoth ' buildings have been driven, and the work la going ahead :ih ranldly aa possible. It Is Stated that the resort w 11 be one of. tho largest Inland rosorta In the United '( States. IProbato Court In the probate division 'of tho District court yesterday, Judge Rolapp made the Hrcory. deceased; petition for discharge of executors ernntcd. Estato Zephamlah Camp...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 February 1904

1 I'm; bavt lake Tribunei Wednesday Mokktstg, February 3.7, woi. 9 i(B ADDITIONAL j I CLASSIFIED ADS ... I Ibrso n a l. llnTOL'S HAIR, MOLES. ETC., IfifcERFLUOLa j , ctrJc nC(fdle. Lula constitution block. s!215 lf MASSAGE. jfff PHYSICAL CULTURE. IMTftKELLA PIERCE. PIER--jfc Commercial club bid.: SCHOOL; COMMERCIAL. SMI Piorco nnd Miss Davis. fftTcCHOOL OF ORATORY. g bldg. Telephone 13ST-Y. sS5 HT" OPTICIANS. fBlA OPTICAL CO., :0 SIAIN. tWff.i. nd rotaJl manuf. 'opticians. LADIES' TAILORING llirRBROS.. LADIES' TAILOR MSty All work first clnos. 319 sftjt sU'13 Of HVY, GRAIN AND COAL. KJtr BR03. COMMISSION CO.. 1 "Sri from State ft. lo O B 3rd So. SOCIETY NOTICES. r MASONS. , ARGENT A LODGE NO. 3. F. AND L A. M. At Masonic hall first Tues fi day of each month. Members of lister lodges and sojoprnlnff broth- FRANK P SHERWOOD, W. M. " OjB C PHILLIPS. Secretary. 'HATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.. Uiwnlc hall, second Friday each. r Members of sister lodges and so sbj brethren in good standing...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 February 1904

3) ia tse Saxt xake tkibthstb: vvkdstesbat Mok;nTN"G, Februaih: 1 7t 1904 3 I JUPITER PLUViUS HAS A MAD FROLIC ; Sain, Sleot,' Snow 'and Wind Unite lr in the Worst Storm of the . Year. 'i "With a'ruab and roar n storm nwopt ; hown upon tho city late yesterday after- J J A. 'llmo and driving belated nodostrlans into Moorways and shops for shelter. Tho J storm, accompanied by wind, sleet and kmow. rnicd without cessation until lato In 'tho night. I . The storm area extonded ovor nearly all 1 1 'tie intcrmountaln country. During the forenoon It rained throughout tho Salt H-, Lake valley, over Xova.ua, Idaho and h! Washington. It snowod inr Alberta. In Salt Lako the rain was brief, but heavy H' clouds hung over the city. It began raln- ing again Into in tho nftornoon, but soon 'changed to sleet. , r The Rleot was coon followed by a plcrc- 5ng wind, which whistled dolefully on lc T' swept round corners. Peopl'5 who were H" -cpon the streots began .a hasty retreat. 1' Women tugged with th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 February 1904

' 1 " WEATHEB TODAY Rain or snow; colder. j iXJ,yi No 308. SajjT Lake City, Utah, Thursday MoRjrarG, February 18, 1904. ' 10 PflGES.-rFrvu' !! I VKATS WHILE I .MPS A-GUNNING GO ighty Army of vUttle Brown Men Being Sent to J the Front, and Attempt Will Be Made to J Flank the Russian Forces at 3 Port Arthur. Si - : T c-ZZJVZUZALj V2HW " JPA.ZJSiyT " in ALNT is a Rus3lan port at the southern extremity of Manchuria and a place of considerable commercial Importance. The Russians have established y a military post of considerable magnitude. Dispatches a few days ago were to the effect that It was reported that the Japanese were bombarding ifcjtoivn. The report has not been verified. A few days ago the United States decided to establish a consulate at Dalny and Edwin V. Morgan Is now ik Ma way to the far East to look after American Interests there. t)Jb8nleTort Ar pi(foo cable was cut yesterday. Is FRANCISCO, Feb. 17 The Bcdil Pacific Cable company is W from Hongkong that the tirthur cable...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 February 1904

H If 2 The Salt Lake Tkebxine: Thtjrsdat Moknustg-, February 18, 1904. i Ii DEVICE TO PREVENT . TRAINS TELESCOPING ' Lawyer Senator From Idaho, Evolves an Idea That May j Prove a Life Saver in Railroad Collision Commer- I cial Side of War Between Russia and Japan. !! I(TrIl)iino Special Correspondence.) 1 WASHINGTON. D. C, Feb. 13.-E.vcry- ( fody in Idaho knows that the junior Sen ator from the Gom State, Woldon Brln 1 ton Iloyburn, is a famous lawyer; that (I his fees are always largo and that In i many cases they exceed hl3 salary as Sen- ' t ator As a lawyer he was plways a busy i man, as a Senator he Is a hard worker, and Is ao busy as when In tho practice of r Is profession. 1 Knowing this, It will surprise them to A know that ho could And tlmo for other ' work, but he has. Hanging on tho wall l) of tho room in the Senate annox set apart tj for the Committee on Manufactures, of which the Senator is chairman, Is a plc ! lure of a locomotive engine and car, tho I former showing w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 February 1904

1 Tede Salt Lake Tribune: Thxtrsdax Moknestg-, Febrtjari: 18, 1904. 3 !(B Mi-- " .... IjMRYMEN'S CONGRESS ffl OPENS AT LOGAN mt dance Large and Session Promises to Be of Great Bene ftltfit to the State Mayor Robinson Welcomes the Dele qf ius in a Speech and President Murdock Replies. Ilal to Tho Tribune.) 17Tho Utoh Dairymen's iwmMea at 10 o'clock this m I-oaan tabernacle. Pnl r Murdock of Hcbor City The" dttv was a irust Invitlntr fWninp brightly, and the w-el-)f last night dolnff ay w th U and water that othHrw.se J dlwsrceahl-;. Too Agvlcul Vvcl vrl.110 the delc isscmbllDB. At oa orly hour batter and chows wore Bent naClo ana separator of vaxl vere placed In different parts The victors oiTlwd early, rom tho county wero flow In on account of tho drlv MontMurJockenlled tho con fer tho room wns filrly well jtpoii Smith of Logon offered aid wtra President Murdock R. V. Clarl:, Mayor E. W. x-Mai-or Lorenzo Hansen, US' Hatch of Wasitcn. Wlllard f : fitt Box Elder. Ortoo Smith and i ELC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 February 1904

H f 4: The Salt LiAKE Tkibtjste: Thursday Mobkikg-, February 18, 1904. jj : ill?! I! 4 " " r Issued Every Morning by I Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. J PERRY .S. HEATH, S Publisher and General Manager, Enterod at tho Postofflco oC Salt LaK, I City os oocond-claaa matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily and Sunday Tribune, one week. J .20 i Dally and Sunday, ono month l.w f Daily and Sunday, two months -.w ! Dally and Sunday, three months .... s.w Dally and Sunday, one year I Sunday Tribune, ono year -w Sunday Tribune. six months Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year . All remittances nnd business letters ' should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City, Utah. S. C. Beckwlth. Special Agency, Solo Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern or flcc. --4M7--9 Tribune Building, New York Western office. 510-012 Tribune j Building, Chicago. , Washington Bureau 1417 G Street it Tribune Tclophone Numbers. i BualncoB Office iiy'irH A City Editor Sin ' Nown and Night Editor 3-2 Rings Th...

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