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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 February 1904

1 The Saif luAKB Trtbtote? Thursday Mokkdstgk Febrxtahy 18, 1904. ' 5 H IS k FINE ART sts Are Wrkd ; Lake City. UULOID COLLAR i Graft Related In ,a of the Victims. Jtine Calls for aa rionic Ability aa igo Career. &y condemn the class i their living by spccu akncsses and follies of ,ut admire tho Ingenu helr schemes are con devorness with -which d. With a street or a tage of action, these nto Play a- dcce ot arhlch would make tho mate actor. The high er skill is the realistic i they make on the s pocketbooks of their i-DATB TRICK, alest schemes of this ;t been worked In Salt lbed on the witness minal division of the Tuesday afternoon t, tho "sucker" in the ant save his name as He was charged with attcry. Two other ! gambling and swln over him. .VE HIM AWAY, he sort of a man usu i an easy mark. He eet-car conductor In in the United States nember of the signal pplnes. He originated Tne only outward and 1, cf simplicity about him 13 a iid collar on his neck, How J a U enough for a b...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 February 1904

I WOOING THE LAURIE H : New Yorkers ftra After Her I,' Great Wealth. l SNYBER IS IN THE FIELD II Federal Lead anil Park 'City 1 1 Bonanzas. I I! Superficial Inspection of the King H Bingham Con.'s Bond Iesuo . Wt Return of Mr. IttTcComiok. Hj With gossip relating to Utah and its diggings the hotel lobbies and drop-Ins H of New York and Boston are dense, HI said Hon. W. S. McCornick on his rc- lp turn from the East yesterday morning, Wti his physical condition vipibly improved H by the Interval between loans and dis- H-j counts. Perhaps the most striking hit Hh of this i3 that which relates to a dicker Hhj in which the Annie Laurie sroup of Hfjj mines and mill at Kimberly, or Gold Im mountain, arc Involved; nnd while Mr. Hj Kimberly, who pioneered the property into prominence and a period of most Hh sensational productiveness, was unnblo iH'l 1 i, ,1M Hi to verify tnc story ot a suie, nu um, K said Mr. McCornick, admit that Wlllard HH F. Snyder, who brought the mines from Hw' obscuri...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 February 1904

I TtaJ Salt Lake Tkibto?"B: Thursday Mokntrg' Febkuakt 18, 1904.S. 7 SB' , ' i i flflflflj lis Becalmed on Great f speculative Sea. ANI BEARS 68 SOME mrl tB Armse sP,0U,a" jW! tars Fall. M Ver6 Irregular, Being Con 33(d by News From Tar East ii El6ewhve" tliHi t .v Feb lT.-Tho froquenlcrn of JwxcMneo changed their posl market today and sold stocks, SflKi o the buying of yesterday. lEr the party which bought c not courage to continue tholr JUS .trhllo their opponents, who had JES advance yesterday, eaw n pro- SmZiiits wn p1"1"3, and procc,-'ded Vflflflu- Thev had rather more suc iKciintalninfr the declines to the WuTday thftn did th0 bul,s yc " vMlla? ih0 advances. NBotrfB" dullness of the market and iflkrurt compltilats of all commission Bff7f 'lic'i of sufficient business to jfL OTensc5 warrant the assump 88? orcratlona arc exclusively In 75 Ausi?cw8 Items of tho day are STffl the varying movements 5 tPS i "leir that tho movement 1 Si tho Wens of professional trad- At Jtt i tee cha...

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. — 18 February 1904

H' 8 IThe Saif Ivke Trxbtote? Thursday Mobrcstg, Februaut IS, 19U4. J 1 ) ' Ml- If LAYING BARE LAND ; FRAUDS IN THE WEST I f Indictments Against Promi nent Men. : Qparatad in California, Oregon, f Washington, Nevada. Charges Aro Hcsult .of an Investiga tion That Has Been In Progress t for Several Months. I WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. As a re sult of an investigation of the alleged 5 wholesale public land frauds In many Western States, the grand jury of the District of Columbia today reported a 1 Joint Indictment for conspiracy against John A. Benson, a wealthy real estate operator of San Francisco; Frederick A. Hyde of San Francisco, closely Iden tified with Benson in land affairs; 1 Henry C. Dlmond of California, an at ' torney representing Benson and Hyde, I and Joost ir. Schneider of Tucron, Ariz., an agent o Benson and Hyde, i, Bench warrants wero Issued Immcdl " ately and Schneider was arrested In this city late this afternoon by Socret y Service Agent William J. Burns, who u has been...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 February 1904

1 " The Sjjlt Iuake Thtbtotei Thxjusdat MoBimra, Febhuaby 18, 190. 9 H ADDITIONAL 1 IttASSlFIED ADS ... ; 5nKBROS. OURBUS fel't doubled slnco moving to &JallE5Ai (near Second South). lm.'l5S vinf oucations wc tell your MAlArf slB,ktMne about business. lUIBBj3l mine", investments, all , Pckn". rrlen.ls. position, iM!- Ji bright or lark flurc. pe.hinr cl-e- Free If not cor !KKrMflffi open Sundays; also , t lrtwr What wo loll cornea Pg flKt!tPonil V1l- roGirrwE hold an- WfPtho wonderful materializing IW t&n every one can seo and 'fc ,h5ir spirit frlcndR Forms np SWSS tonisnt. Every ono wel-lilM-DIclSon Bros.. 159 South HOti rJKss today 11 to . Frco XTXioTT. MAGNETIC bt,pENTERS AND JOBBERS. !TTROUS. 67 B. 3RD SO. ELE- " PERSONAL. ItrcHICHESTER'S ENGLISH iPS Pills are tho best. Safe. Rc EhlK?ki AO other. Send 4c atnmpo rKA& "Re for Ladles" In URfM?Stmi roolL Ask your drugglBt fS.r ChSilwl Co . Philadelphia, Pa. (AIKmiuous HAIR, MOLES. ETC.. JUKjtr X-rays or electric needle. L...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 18 February 1904

' i 10 The SaIiT Iake Tbibtjstb; Thursday MomsrcNGs irEBitUAinr is, 1904. 1 Ili NICE ABOVE BUT ; BELOW ti I Prof. Hyatt, who Jugg-lra In Mmoophi.Tlo ,, conditions, annouucos fair weather for today. Whether or ot It- -will bo, re main to bo seen. H I presumed he jnir-ana tho sky will bi clear or somo thlng like that, for no ono would daro assert Umt walking will be fair In Salt iUdio today. -The thaw which turned h great amount of tho nnow Into .ter veid onlay will In all probability contlnuo JoelnV anil potles- I) ttfans will suffer accordingly. Bo far a 1 could bo learned, no effort .Fas mnde os I I terday bv tho street department to lom , i dy conditions In that Hnc. ,i,. .1 Tho maximum temperature ycsterdn 1 G5. whllo the minium wna 3S. making a mean tempernturo of 2G dofrrecs Tn-. ' total precipitation from 6 o'clock In the morning till 6 last night was .26 Inch. Al other points tho markings of tho thei 1' anomotcr were: ixjnver Snowing.... BG 2 Grand Junction .... Clear.. .M Ho...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 February 1904

' WEATHER TODAY Pair; -warmer. j ' f3yl' y' ' Salt Laice Pitt, Utah, Friday Mokniing, Febrtj.ajry 19. 1904, 12 phges.five Gent. ggAWQP YALU RUSS AND JAP rw latest Battle of Modern Times Is Forecasted to : Occur Within the Next Few Days, and Will ! Take Place in the Vicinity of Wiju and J i Dalny--At Signal Thousands of War 3j Mad Troopers Are Ready to i ; Fly at Each Other. Mobilization of Land Forces by the Mili tary Chiefs of Both Armies Indicates That Both Russia and Japan Are Eager for the FrayLocation of the Opposing Armies as Indicated in Late Cablegrams. iD0K Feb, IS. Korea and Manchuria, will be the theaters of one of the j; tattles of modern times within the next week or ten days. This state itiMd upon cablegrams coming- from Tokio, Shanghai and other points riafd in the far East, all of which tell of the great activity manl jytcth the Japanese and Russians in mobilizing their armies, rfcj the paBt few days Japan has landed great armies of soldiers' at 'tfolnw on the Yalu r...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 February 1904

m f; ; S The Sait Lake Tbibiiioj; Fexdat Mokning Febiujabt L9, 1904. I If MURDERER RUN TO 1 ; EARTH BY A WOMAN I; NEW YORK, Feb. IS. After an un- i remitting search of nearly seven weeks, ) during which she has walked day and j , night on the Bowery, spent hours in unsavory resorts nnd exhausted every 1 j , resource of a skilled1 detective, Mrs. 1 i Katie Duffy of Brooklyn today caused I the arrest of a man who Is accused of ! being hor husband's murderer. . I Richard Duffy, her husband, wa fatally stabbed on the night of January j ) lot In front of a Bowery resort, and be- J I fore his death said that the wounds . j had been Inflicted by Charles Devuno, i Tho police used every effort to cap- ' ture Devuno, but in spile of a full do- I I-!, MILLIONS OF MONTANA j MAN GO TO CHARITY , NEW YORK, Feb. IS. Half a 1 1 million dollars will be given to Hj j poor relative.? and (o charitable J Institutions through the will of Hj !. Louis Gans, formerly a resident H- of Helena, Mont., who died...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 February 1904

The Salt Lake Tbebuntb: Friday Moknxntg, February 19, 1904. $ ; 'rxTav about a ijO H 0FFICEi I Ap. Train Will Bo Bun Over the $ ' W Linc Today' ! I i F'b 10 -The first regular V ' across the bosom of the h M " .nue will ho sent over the f.v . rA SlU, .ofI today, unless all signs i....: P jyfo rk tho opening of traffic Uie cutrnff- lrains will bo sent over 2 ?' 55 Is absolutely certain that F.ulcs of Practice. : 1 , rules of practlco In the w i,i court have been Issued. 'I & WAwnt feature In the book - 1 ff ,us for the terms of court in .' a tis d3US,,intles nB follows: 4' ntj'-Commenclns on the nth f nd CVC,Y month and 5 "J $ 7 r'nunty-ConimoncIng, on the 1st M "".I every month and ending ;-I 'tfty-Commcncinf: on the 26th -'I pSf S and every month and ending 'a,t day- -. f Briefs. ' r , p rcrrin Is to lcavo Sunday for a ' c,,tic Northwest. X' S Joha F. Chldcster was In town V'-J ' Surs yesterday. "'3 'i!l.r Fruit Tree Inspector Wilson was jS ; &ke visitor yesterday. l tl Fle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 February 1904

I 4: The Salt Lake Tribiine: Friday Morrirg, Febrtiajry 19, 1904. 1l Issued Every Morning by ill Salt Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company. j PERRY S. HEATH, ifi Publisher nnd General Manage r-T . ) Entered at the rostofflco of Salt Lako jl, City an second-class matter. i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. !( Dally and Sundny Tribune, ononveck.5 M 5 Dally and Sundny, one month l.w ! Dully and Sunday, two months 2.00 ill Dally and Sunday, three months .... o.TO 'I Dally and Sunday, one year 12. w J' Sunday Tribune, one year fl Sunday Tribune, six months .......... i.w ; Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year l.w '! All remittances and business lettors V chould bo addressed to J TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City. Utah. J S. C Bcckwlth. Special Agonoy. Sola . Eastern AdvertlsInpAgont. B-J?101",- II ' flee, 3--15-47-4S-49 Trlbuno Building, New '! York. Western office, C10-612 Tribune- ' j Building, Chicago. Washington Bureau 1417 G Streot. j 1 ' j Trlbuno Telephone Numbors. Business Office -;""."35 J Ci...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 February 1904

I The salt liassis Tbibtjkej JTexda-t Mobstn-g, February 19, 1904. 5 jiH RFOR FARMERS I BY GOVERNMENT AID 1 pf0gressin Nicely on the Utah Lake Reservoir Je Scheme, and All Obstacles Are Being: Jl,. Brushed Aside. ' Hmniltt oppolntod by the committee of the proposed t Relation under the Utah "lenient project, to formulaic foliation between the taxm Government, met yesterday of SUtc Ensinocr Doro C"ganlr.od toy decline Col. 7 Hdmes caaimian and Prof. 'J'iwUirr. The third member : mitteo I Attorney F. &. f,?T S :dIded to hold an & $e on Monday. Februury tet IcL otim-ney of the sev SniSSlSereed in the cil c?SLt are invited to at fi& PSnV it if hoped to A' i the real business basis Sh actual negotiations can be .nl nlan upon which the ff prJSedlni I to tfve tho con panics '200 second-feet of IS Sd-fect of water which l!W.Jnert estimates can bo pro Rm Uteb laUo and the Jordan 'ifSchMSe for the rlehts which SS f already pones. That iSSSseoond-fcel for the Gov K dispose of as a ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 February 1904

p I 6 The Salt Lake Teibtjke: Friday Morning-, February 19, 1904. 1 j HONEBINE'S NEW MILL 1 Plant to Go Into Commission j Monday Next. : TO REDUCE 450 TONS DAILY i I: ! Structure Completed at a Cost ! of $85,000. - Ores With Which to Supply It In- .! definitely Now Exposed Event ! Important One at Stockton. i i $ The new concentrator with 'which the i mlnc3 of the Honerlne company at Stockton have been equipped and over j -whose big battery of tables the wealth of an almost cxhaustlcss volume of JJ milling ore will now Into the- pockets j; of tho shareholder, will go Into ac- jj tlvo commission' on Monday, accord- J! Ing to assurances received at the gen- 'I! oral offices during the day from Super- ljj intendent Raddatz. With thla equlp- y-. ment the dreams of those who have contributed ro freely to the reclama- 3; tlon of a group -which was courted by i fo many, the Newhouoe crowd Included', i will have hegun to fructify, the earning of dividends Inaugurated. 'A. The plant which ha...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 February 1904

m HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHIM HHI I Tide SXlt joica "rKmnCTi Friday MoimnsG, Febktjajrt 19, 1904. f ;' jJL Continues to ?:?rl( Wall Street. ARE HOLDING BACK !lWbr They Aro Walt frThat Something. EfcOhio Shares Thrown on ,Fifttasb Suffers. hL- Feb. lS.-The stock mar SJifto swpiatlon In the course Siwiw wwilHnP"9" of the pro Jl"; urday was a striking &F,74 rlsid lirulUtlons upon the -SErf tte current market. Even Tm, ', few ami limited, and this YlC'-ed as the common ox BKtt Immobility o tho mar IKfHseffbat remarkable, how-Hfc.- an occasional spurt of s!mV$ execution of orders for ttocla seem equally wlth- ffcwCtohU3 suggested that ScMlona eharc In the mat tm &rctd by somo more ac-jf-Bi .Ufni forces, with n pur '7L' $ iartct in stable cqulll HSir the working out of other financial world. Cer- 'itWns Bothinc m today's ,nc,ws SSfLnt over the outlook for fmSva of tho selling: was ill -r, that tho traders wore tSMl d-ctinea In prices, as they 6 .Vivco to bo toward the nd ;i4yar and Tuesday ...

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. — 19 February 1904

8 ' IfeE SAIP IvAKB THEBUNjE: TPJCDAX MOKjNXNTG FEBHUAIIT 19, 1904:. 1 I 30THA TO BE SHOT Supreme Court Refuses Ap- I j pea! far New Trial. I j J ATE OF EXECUTiQN NOT SET I ' Jrlmt Commlttod In San Juan H i Two Years Ago. H .'riBoner Shot and Killed Hie Wife ''i cmd WillioJJi Tibbotte Bccauc-o ' of Jealousy. Hj; 4- H . COURT CALENDAR. Hfjj f Cases Set for Today. V DISTRICT COURT, -f ' Division No. 1 Hon. W. C- Hall, -f H ' H Judge. Law and motion calendar. Hj!, M Division No. 'i-Hon. S.'W. Stew- H- v art, Judgo, Orogon Short - Line Hv - Railway company vs. M. C. Vox. -f f. et v Division No. 3 Horn C. W. Morse, H, " f Judge. No court. 1 Division No. 4 Hon. T. D. Lewis, H '. Judge. Utah. Savings & Trust com- H',! h pany vs. S. Bamberger. Rio Grando Ka1 v. Western Rnllroxd company vb. S. -f- i I- H. Lynch, etc. v CITY COURT, ni - Civil Division lion. H. S. Tan- K, . nor, Judgo; 2 p. in. Shradcr vs. h'i1 . J. a. a. a. -A- a. -i- -i- 4- -4- 4- -- 4- ; The Supreme court yesterday deni...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 February 1904

I m jl The S-aiiT lake Tbibute: Fbiday Mobjtostg, Febbttahy 19. 1904 9 ' SmzZ ' mm ft jl mum, 10ARD OF HEALTH 1 DUMPS MR JACKSON i j C.1L Jackson has received a backset jt '.Vs aspirations to be clerk to the tad of Health. Health Commis si lKT Stewart has taken a hand In .id k mttcr and a merry war Is on. th Mayor named Jackson to aC uetti Horace H. Smith without con- sifcf the Board of Health or the v:Hih Commissioner, Dr. Stewart 1 ao irUo the legal status oC tnc ifl wtfon. The result Is that Jackson j tlred a jar yesterday when the ill SaJth Commissioner put W. G. Mar- ' foreman of the Sanitary depart-(- A In charge of the office to which tt tiror Morris had appointed Jackson. lj$ Clerk Margetts will discharge i'i b duties until the matter comes be- fci the Council for final disposition, -y itie meantime the Mayor's appointee Z around the Department of and !s wearing a worried look. .Ill Hiyor Morris says his act of noml- whg Jackson is fully authorized by 3' (-;ter si. Section 1...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 February 1904

, 10 teoe Salt Lake TRiBinsTSi Friday moukxng, jnsjmvASx ;uo4. I I Baltimore Fire Loss Now Placed at $40,009,009 . ,ravv;ri-ri.'vnTKTre1 TITT I 11 ITf 1 -I III I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 I II I I II 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I MM I I sRUIH OP THE JOHH E HURT BUILDIHQ - WHERE FIRE STARTED.-, u ! TQaLTIMORB, Feb. IS. Insurance cx w' I - ports wero In an optimistic frame of ! mind today over tho prospect that tho ag i prepato Insurance loss will bo much Kmallcr than was at nrst anticipated. They '. are now confident tho loss caused by the conflagration will not exceed SIO.OOO.COO, and that It will not be under SC.OCO.OOO. Tho first doflnlto estlmato they wero able to rnako on totals was through nn Associated PrcPfS dispatch from Albany printed today, Klvlng the losses of companies doing busi ness In New York, reported officially by them to the Insurance commissioner of New York. This list Included sixty-eight of the largest American and foreign com panies, and tho total of losses reported...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 February 1904

1 The Salt Laiee Tribxtotd: fkiday MoicstgsFebrijary 19, 1904. 11 n J CLASSIFIED ADS ... ' society notices. W f.fSaltLako City Tent No 2. ? r?r KOT10E. - WASATCH 1 t$0Mcr A m.. will hold a special 5 --2 rvrlday) evening, February ftli ';Sk Woric on the E. A. PFjff Masons cordially In- h A J- LOWE. Socrotary. jflj r- MABONB. -SStTlodc ol V 5 Vt Maaonlc hall first Tuea .t '(' ,ph month. Members of fi?J feerV sojourning breth- 1 iSjSffvK P SHERWOOD, W. M. 4:, $ , .r riULLIFS, Secretary. Xrs 0f sister lodges and so !PIH in i Eood standing In- S' ptt Wfllipen ' a. BROWN. W. M. JU r LOE. 6crtary l rTTAH LODGE NO. 2. F. AND S 5 v.mrIo hull, second Monday oaoh v? KVtotn of clstor lodges and so- , tOlfeS JAMES H ROWN. W. M. j ctOPHER DIEHL. Secretary, St S p m All nobles sojuorn- 'K&ft F JENNINGS. Potentate, . ,. eROWN', Recorder. M -ffOOPifEN OF THE WORLD. IJJfTcamtm ! !?3ftt at 8 o'clock In Knights o 5 SB I Si fcLl. fH Main street, tie RUSSELL. Ccr.s-l Commander, ht i SETfMAN. Clerk. f...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 19 February 1904

il m 12 The Baus T-.Aurm Trxbtjnis; Fkiday Mokntgnt&, Februahy 19. 1904. WARMER AND I FAIR TODAY. jj ' Aooordlnp to the local weather office, .' tho cold snap which set in "Wednesday will take Us dopn.rt.uro to lav, and tho weather hvlll bo fair and wormor. Tho mer oury yesterday read 3 (IcKTeee for the maximum and 17 do Krees for tho mini mum. Thor In somo warmth due to Salt .Lako City, ns the nc-i cumulated deficiency in temperaturo Is 19 Idogrnep. Tho dr. .flclcnoy may como sill In a bunch and von un the record. 11 Morcury readings at other points ye tarda? wore: Max. Mln. Denver - PL CVdy....30 10 Grand Junction CICHr....jO -G Helena Pt. CJ'dy....j6 U Pocatollo Clear.... 34 IS ? Modon Clear.. ..36 IS I ftVlnnomucca. CKar....43 Ij: CITY AND NEIQHB0RHO8D 'il Tho Infant daughter of IT. S. PernRtrom i j I Hied AVodnosday night, aged nbout two I months Tho little ono was a granddaugh jjjj 1t of Councilman Fervtstrom. Hi Temperance rally tonight. Fobruary 39th. at 7:30 o'clock, nt...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 February 1904

' QL WEATHBH, TODAY Fair; -wanner. 1 ' I I H I II I Ml I.I I I I HI j :Vol. XJjVI- o- 310. Sajlt lakE city, Utas, Saturday 2vroR:tf:nrGc, February 20, 1904, 10 phges.Fivb Cents. I I S Dg4 Q SCORE I fSSIAN ARMY MASSING TO THE NORTH OF SEOUL Is Believed That the Czar's Generals Are Planning Move Against Korean CityTroops Ponring Into Harbin. .AZDOX Feb. 19. Another day of anxious expectation for news of a clash LyK'n the armies of Russia and Japan in tho Orient has come to a clone results. It is probably yet too early to expect news of land engage- but the masses seem to think It time there should be something doing, Atiich the bulletin boards at tho newspaper ofllces closely. cJTefor a few brief struggling dispatches that came through today telling massing of Russian troops at Harbin and movements In connection with fciobillzatlon of the Japane? land forces, there Is little news of moment. One enm from Toklo would Indicate that the Russians are planning to storm L The dispatch says w...

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. — 20 February 1904

H 2 THE SALT IiAKE TltlBXTNTS: SATUKDAY MOKNXHTG, FEBRUARY U, 1904. . , witness the conveying' of the black ens- l i ket, bearing the remains of tho Sena tor into the church. There they( stood ' with bared heads and moistened yes ' as tlie cortege moved into the edltlcc 1 where the last earthly tribute was , paid the dead. ' Promptly at noon the funeral cortege left the Chamber of Commerce bulld ; Ing, preceded by a platoon of police for ' the church. Following the police came troop A as guard of honor. Then came carriages ' containing the pall-bearers, the Wash- , ington delegation, the Governor's staff, Chamber of Commerce committee, Loy I al Legion committee and delegations roprcEcntlng various civic societies. Prior to the removal of the body from tho Chamber of Commerce 'to the church the wealth of floral offerings which were banked about the audlto ; rlum were removed to the church. There they were placed near the chancel. Admittance to the services at the church was by card a...

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