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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 February 1904

TtosmT .lake TRiBTOTErf SATuiDxrMDiyxyG, February 20, 1904. 3 W IN" ABOUT J IH011 OFFICE' I jjf WAWP ACSULATE. QfiflWlLfl Greeks Petition for Local Kep-C-V itBentaUve. nK v 35--Osdo Greeks have itimcDth Mtition signed by more than aTS ( asking the Greek Government SP' a'vlce-consiil nt Ogden. NIo J"70 , Grecian student At the Ogden Jis. (s fltnorinFr the movement, ktlO!Of.M , 'ir done on account of the ia'S 11 1SJvr of Greeks residing In Og- S ""ffft fact that but few of them n Imx & end ish ad are therefore. In a S. iw ' 10 protccL them8elves ,K Ttr aJIMtgW-'3 v'ai: iN Charged Witli Perjury. fK Attornoy Halvorson yesterday m information charging Jesse V. tfciBU sn., J - Slli nerlury. The infonnn bMfdlo "tcndant bovo falso . .i jUss Boberts at the Grand. i unbrts always a favorite In rD "ted The Frls-ky Mrs. John- ' audience at the Grand last YRpJ M Us Roberts was greeted w th tho 15 6Bf reception time always marks lor 3 ncc here She will be soon this 4' , it the mallnco In "Peg...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 February 1904

. & THE S.AIT TuAKE TRIBUTE: SATURDAY MOICsTnsTG3 FEBRUARY 20, 1904. 1 II' I . A X f lesued Ervery Morning by Salt Lnlto Vribtmo Publishing Company. ; PERRY S, HEATH, ' ' Publisher and General Manager. Entered nt the Pootofflco oi Salt Lalie, ' City kb flcconrt-claag ma.tle.-. I ) TERM3 OF SUI5SCP.1PTION. Daily aud Sunday Tribune, one week, J .25 Dally ana Sundity. ono month 1 CO Dally a.nd Sunday, two months -.OT Dally and Sunday, three montha .... 3.w Dally and Sunday, one y?nr 12. w ' Sunday Tribune, one year Sunday Tribune six months J.w i Ecml-Wockly Trlbuno, ono yoor l.oo All remtttancen and business letters ' should be addressed to TRIBUXE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Solt Lake City. Utah. 3. C. Ecckwlth, Special Agency, Solo Kaefrn Advctleinir Agent. Eastern of fice. C-14-45-47-4S-19 Tribune Building, New York. Wcmlcm ofnee, 610-G12 Trlbuno Building, Chicago. Washington. Bureau 1417 O Streot. Trlbuno Telepliono Numbers. Business Offico J City Editor CS4-3 R nga 2 News and Klffht ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 February 1904

iff vl J lIHE BAIF LaKE TRIBUHEf SATURDAY MOM-DT FEBRUARY 20, 1904. 5 ' I SpTHR SOCIAL WHIRL Si TI'I Walker's tea, to bo glv 1 Vn from 4 to 6 o'clock, in a3 K Buford. will bo tho chief 2 rfw of tho day. Mm. Walker ,i by a numbor of young !tt3 Jill later bo joined by tho !5'or a" infor,,ml cvcnlns" llllli j Mrs- Pardee hnvo taken l?j , t tU Kcnjon. whero they J ''.u tint'1 tl10 deParturo of thc jV U AVclIs entertninB Infor- 1 Hovt Sherman leave a j Say for a visit of several rvl California., , vounc Is expected from $ 1 Vn Bed carnations wero used V 'iR-M0;. of tho dlnlnfl-room and J carna ions in the parlor hi :J tallica were hand-painted 3n nn l the prizes at slxty- Xn b"1 Mrs 'Benedict Mrs. HJ Jfffj! Stewart and Mrs. ' (-1- . SM i u nnt at tho Konyon, whoro &mti tho departure of tho lKV JjfSe PhUippInee. 1 ?y (. r frilcmitv of the University J i-riteUons'for its annual ball, tfia iho assembly hall of tho J51 m Veils. Mrs. Rebecca E- Little, r.V & ncsUun . Mrs. GeorKO M. , ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 February 1904

j 6 The Sait Lake Tbibttnte; Satuiuday MoicgrtsGr, February 2o, 1904:. 1 H CAN SUPPLY A MILL H; Astonishing Disclosures in U the Leg Cabin. I j STILL DRIVING ON GOLD I ! Bfg Bodies That Afford a Fine Margin. H j Visitors From Philadelphia Wnrm TJp HM j Over Southern Discoveries, and IT j Congratulate Management. ILl "With a volume of srold-boarinE' rock Hjj Bufllcicnt already to Justify him In the H ' construction o a mill with which to ra- H jj duce It. Dr. P. A. H. Franklin, presl- H j( 1 dent of the Gold Development company, Hpjl i whose wealth of mineral-bearing- terrl- H lj j lory bejrlns tvhere that of the Annie j Laurie of Gold mountain ceases, ar- "Jl rived from camp ajjaln yesterday, vlal- H-;j hly Impressed, notwithstanding efforts H; to carry his' achievements modestly. In H! ( tbo Log Cabin tunnel, through which Hj 'he first of the arteries in a great sys tern has been punctured, the recent Hj! strike, says President Franklin, has de- Hj veioped as work has progressed, a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 February 1904

, THE SALT LAXE TRrBTHsTE: SATURDAY MOROT1stG,'FEBRIJAIIT 20, 1904. 7 I SAT STANDSTILL fjLr Day i Dullness Bfrrks Wall Street. ft LOSSES IN INACTIVES I jj of Actual War Nws !i ) Unimportant. , ' ; - " IS a o Strong Bank Statement I Jisolneffective-Somolit-S Jwding in BiB Coppers. l5 ! " " f LrnrK Vo H -Tho inaction of l f JL market was a natural o- 1? Shaor of the market on I' ' ths week. The efforts ? &j having Proved unavailing 1 11 "Ws or to advance prices. ? t'oCKo up their attempt to- Amalgamated Coppcr riTislt not a single stock of Z LI moved as much as a 3 S"u,ht's level. Some 4C jjfB ."SR. aTilSl S 8 W'Jfof iflccs. nearly lroper- I SJWir'Vordpi account was tho 1 d2sfJ?L feature of tho day. and I? lfta of the uneasiness felt I- i ft threat of complications of "j 'rcra In tho hostilities In WJt.?0- in .the . threatened out- hJuuinfc Private cables ro I 'rirtKSre upon tho markets g&'d Paris where some fears ls2i es5t of financial ombarrass t iitr these money centers aro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 February 1904

Pi I , 8 fHE SAIF lyKB. TRIBUCNB: SATTJBDAT MOICnHCNG, FEBIlUAUX 20, 1904. ; BIG RAiLROABS- jj, WANT' $419,900,000 Tremondous Sum to Bo Raised for the ' Betterment of Sixteen Lead- (i ing Systems. Tho blir railroads of the United States ( arc arranging- to Incrcaso tholr fixed A charges to meet the expense of pnst and i futuro betterments. Tho aggregate out lay required ' by sixteen corporations la 1 54O0.TO0.OCO. All this amount ha3 already been authorized by secret meetings of ! railroad directorates. 1 n inauy cases t o 1 noccssary bonds and stoclca huvo been is- 1 sued, but not distributed. ? In all cases the new srccxirItIco v.nl too- come preferred Hens on the Property and will bear Interest. Banking tntltujlonB f and the public must furnish the funds. With tho almost unprecedented apprecia tion of securities eighteen months no all the rnJlroad companies made blp con- J tracts for bottermcms. ?' were mado for new equipment, nev. II bridges, new rails, changes In grades and f o...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 February 1904

I m The Saizt JLake Tribtotei Saturday MomsmsTg? February 20, 1904. 9 j ' H SuSSIFIED ADS ... 8 T.Mn ) VjsOOlETY NOTICES. ATTENTION ALL. SIR CAiutBied to attend the fu- MKJffdi : Thomas Hlllx. at Odd WW i o'clock Sunday. till at 3 ocioc D0UGLASi ilCrrJi0 Clty Tent N- afrkoillS 'VWcrrVTA LODGE NO. 3, F. AND 'it U Masonic hall flr.it Tues Wkwi nf'cach month. Members of WCf?Igfrclodge3 and sojourning breth- 'i gfv'KP SHERWOOD, W. M. ! PHILLIPS. Secretary. V -TToDGE NO. 1. F. AND A. difltri hSl, second Friday each m&n ot slater lodges and so 'dlji iBSen 'nA0Rdoandn- tajyij jrflWg. Secretary. 'ttfetl. tfiwAH LODGE NO 2. F AND i Hchall. second Monday each M Brs of sister lodges and so n 1 wihrrn In pood standing In- JAM E 9H BRO W N, TV. M. j jfljgR DIEHL. Secrotary. i lliJi" IrTn TEMPLE, A A. O. N. M ncsday,of each month Ma- at S p. mV All nobles sojuprn- F JE "NINGS. Potentates mgi lOXTS, Recorder. jgig' -jfcrrCAMP w MEETS EVERT 1niNK?M3t at S o'clock In Knights of UMila3, il Main s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 February 1904

f 10 She Salt Lajb" TeSuStkT Saturday Morning-, Feerumy 20, 1904. 1 I'! 1 SNOW STORM, i COLDER, y, i . AmotlMr chaugo in tho weather i hor , , ' aided toy Local Forecaster Hyatt, and In a it y (bullotln issued Inst 1 I S$ ovcnlng it- 13 nn" I IS nounced that them fif. , will be a. drop m tno VjS JSk ' rtempcraturo an-d enow will fall. It l dySSSRMy fll0t llkcl" "owover, SBBlSg that a blizzard llko iraST' iiat of ,ruv3day 1 " evening will prevail. (Ll yft Yestorday tho high .T a - J$F record for tcmpom i Zr- t"ro was 40 degrees: i- tPTSt I '0W) i9, Tho record 3UDD DROP at othor points was; Max. MIn. rwver Clear... 15 Grandr Junction ? Dlclcna Part C ': Focatollo In Modena ,J??-'''jj -4 Wlnnemucca Cloud.. ..44 I j CITY AND REIGHBORHOOD Bowman Johnson of tho oio jmar totto. is said to bo qulto ill in California. " Tho reconstruction of tho first floor of tho Constitution building; an described In ' jho Trlbuno thrco weeks ago, has begun. 1 Tho contract for G. S. Bell's S3500 Tost- tten...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

isi nfliiB QiMlf' 4Tilf flftf Snif it p rri M 'll''''''''''"' WEATHEB TODAY Fair. vLz - I lXJ-VI- 311 Salt Laice City, Utah, Stostday MoKSTOe, Pkbrtjart- 21. 1904, 28 PaGES..FivE Ob-ntts. H mnJ of Czar's Picturesque Cavalry Surprises a De 1 tachment of Mikado's Warriors, and a Battle H Ensues Russians Make Prisoners of a Number of M Brown Men, Securing Valuable Maps and Papers . Feb 20 After days oC expectant waiting news comes of a sklr- ' the Russo-Japanese war. It was not, according to the report 1 from Port Arthur and as handed to the public by the War '"ndon, much o a fight. It was a land fight, though, and S what the public was anxious to hear. The dispatch says: M ltnd encounter occurred Friday. A picket of Cossacks at small detachment of Japanese troops on Korean territory. CacL captured some Japanese prisoners, on whom they found & papers The collision was presumably between rccon '"lt nrHP! A general engagement is not anticipated immcrtl Ai5ther dispatch from Port Arth...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

2 The Salt TjATCf) Texbthstb: Sunday Morning-, February 21, 1904. 1 I': DEPARTMENT HEADS !; . IGNORING THE MAYOR " Will Re tain Their Subordinates in the City Offices and Await ; the Action of the Courts as ! to Pay. I 1 I Mayor Morris will bo Ignored by the several heada of departments In the city government, do far as his letter notify ing them that the payrools of the em ployees will be held up, is concerned. This has beon generally agreed on. , Able attorneys of the city have been consulted on the question, and it Is an .almost uniform opinion of the lawyers ' that the Mayor's premises will not bo Indorsed by the courts. One lawyer snld that the subordinates of the departments could remain In their respective stations Indefinitely, and that they must be paid until their successors are legally employed. A man, It 19 held, who does hlo work ac cording to the instructions of the chief , of department, must be paid for his 5 services as though thero was not the , slightest frJotion ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

jjj The Salt Lake Trebtote: Sttoiday MoKimsrG-, February 21, 1904, 3 jfl PTIST'S LETTER FROM PARIS I. Young Writes of the Success of Three Utah ists-Thc Joys of the Country About Paris. IMstt Spe31 Correspondence.) f - Jon. Plirls' n3 usua1' 3osB 1 J,.e swt dear old-world gate; ,nJC always or soothing to a i American, so different hit we are used to at home. mer hero has been oplendld Z time past-qulte like spring, for warm, so eprlng like, that Lie a friend and I went for a few To the country; down to a little word Fontalneblcau on the Sag; Moret-sur-Lolng. Like so miBht say almost all of the i?..S, It is brimful of m frret was at one time a walled J the gates are still standing, lucent storm structures at mi of the old principal street, ito from the ninth century as tre old chateau or the church., H on the Loh'ff nnd 011 ttie cdP surest of Fontalneblcau, It Is ;SC,f spot for artists and for people o live in the country and still J Sin easy reach of Paris. There !",;.csont sove-al ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

H-m 1 4 The SaXiT Lake Tmbme! Sunday Mokntg, Febru-Aiiy 21. 1904. Sl ! ' 4fs2 I! NASH VS. NASH : IN DISTRICT COURT Revelations as to the Unfortunate ' 2omestic Entanglements of Woll- ' Known Salt Lako People. ; divorce case of. Sarah L. Nash vs. Al bert H. Nash, former postmaster and member o the lant Legislature, which was up before Judge Morse In the Dls y trict court yesterday. The plaintiff broke down once -while on- the stand and gave way to sobbing. She testified to infidelity of her husband; said she had I lain unuor trees ail nignt 10 wuicu unii, said Bhc had struck him over the shoul der with a heavy umbrella and he had pulled a revolver upon her. To help matters along the attorneys Indulged in unseemly tilts and W. H. King, rcp 1 resenting Mrs. Nash, was once called 2 down by the court in no equivocal language. The plaintiff is represented by Attor neys "V. JI. King and J. W. Burton, and , Nash by C. S. Varlan. Mrs. Nash is a ? largo striking-looking woman of the , brunett...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

i The Sajlt Lajsie Trtbtttstb: Stjstdat Mokntrg-, Febktjaby 21, 1904. 5 1 FA SAL AWAKENING, ions for the Expected Rush of the SpringActivity at Various Properties Uranium Ore k Shipments. icpeclal to The Tnoune.) i J Grand County. Utah. Feb. 18. I '0,f,-T3 of spring begin to show 4 a' at preparations being made direction for the most prospor ever witnessed In the La Sal "W',elent prospects arc not dl Tto S one particular locality. ; country In general, so far Is operations are concerned There Vrable substantial development Sns on in a quiet and unostcn VXF throughout the several ml 'alltics. and tlie pleasant wln rtiiher ha'i been a factor of much Latise t0 mlnlnff operations. JLhilv so has this advantage been S of much good to the advano RteSts of Gold Basin, where the lMtte Alining company Is operating mfZa cale by the erection of a big aiSe plant, as v. ell I as dovelopment afc", mining properties J. H. Clark IK npral manager., and one of the owners of the property, is per- 1f,''...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

TP H , ; 6 The SaIiT Laths Tsibuns; Sunday Motgsttn'G, FebrtjjOix 21, 1904. I r , Issued Every Morning by , Salt Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company. PERBY S. HEATH, ' 1 Publisher nnclGcnoral Manager. , Entered at tho PoBtofflco o Salt Laxe City as fvocond-olass matter. j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. H' Pally and Sunday Tribune, one woek.J .23 T Dally and Stihdayi one- month. 1.C0 t Bally and Sunday, two months w Dally and Sunday, three months .... 3.00 ' Dally and Sunday, one year lj j fluncfciy Trlbum, ono year z-w Sunday Tribune, 6lx months i-J '' Soml-WSokly Tribune, one year ! All remittances and business lotters should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, .1 Salt Lake City. Utah. I 9. C. Beckwlth, Special Anency, sole Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern ,or B. nee, 2-45-47-l8-tt Tribune Building, Now T York Western office, G10-512 Trlbuno r Building, Chlcaco. Washington Bureau 1417 G Street., ; Trlbuno Telophono Numbera. , Business Ofnco J city Editor 8S4 3 Rlnso H' Kowa and Night...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

Ufc , ' , : 42 US STORY OF EVENTS 6S 310 BEEAK WITH JAP AN Jte- irs? ilTZRSBURG, Feb. 20. A Rus- sat of the events Immediately Ss" the rupture with Japan Is y lathe Official Messenger to Mm? lie object of rectifying ccr f3tl' aliments from Japanese ) ij tccount it is stated that on fu?J t' the late Japanese proposals, "7.1 7 icth, the Government imme--wsj receded to examine the Jap jtatrk cscds and on January 25th M. si! & Japanese Minister, was lb reply to his Inquiry that J hid Intrusted the proposals tstliSwrial conference, the members i iJBEl1 January 2Sth and ' that his Majesty's decision would prob ably not be given before-February 2nd. On the last named date Emperor Nicholas ordered the preparation of a draft of definitive instructions to Baron do Rosen, the Russian Minister to Ja pan, based on the deliberations of this conference. On February 3rd identical telegrams were sent to Viceroy Alexleff and Bar on de Rosen, containing the text of the I draft of a proposed Russo-...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

8 MDB SAIT IjASB TRIBTOTEf SUNDAY MOBimSTG- FEBRUARY 21, 1904. I w m t i in i i- 1 i. i I, , BECK BEING SAMPLED t Story of a Deal Involving ;j Transfer. :! EUREKA HILL THE BUYER ; Col. Trumfae Representing the Vsndors. Interesting Story of iN'ogotin.tions j . Now in Progress Relations Be- , tween tho Companies, jj "While Ub verification last night vras i; impossible, It 1b being exploited 00 a fact none the less positive, that tho j k properties of tho Bulllon-Bcck Mining; it company at Eureka are now undergo- j , ing examination preliminary to tho L: consummation of a deal by which tho p! conveyance to a neighboring company Rl is to follow. It was said yesterday k' morning that the purchasing company was nono other than United States, but this war denied. It was then said V, that the Eureka-Hill was winding its i embrace about it and that in the truns- r. action the Beck was being represented '. bv Col. Isaac Trumbo. This was more L;i logical and is hitting, perhaps, nearer (I1 the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

' TME SAIP liAKE TBIBUNIGi SlTNDAY MOBSTXfrG, FEBKUjRY 21, 1904. 9 W IN WALL STREET 6pression In Trading and S ! Prices Prevailed. INCREASE IS SHOWN iA j Ug Off In Earnings of tht fin Railroads. y; : ' ad Bnow Blocktides on Many !j ff ! lines Have Effect on the SfiJ ! . itT YORK. Feb. 20.-Tho character of i k market showed no chango today "i? lt of tbo whole week. Tho cf 1$ ct tho day's depressing factors were ISA Klemte and woro well resisted But iiJW rZ .ho depression w overcome all ln 2A tlB tho market abruptly terminated J5 S nd to be a waiting demand 15 Efleeto on any declines, but no buyers - it tend to follow any advance. Tho ih. l ltfl prcsauro upon the market came Sforclun sources. This was well ab rj? , and prices wero at no time down E London parity. Tho Bontlmcntal ef tZ? Let tbo decided upset In tho Paris and E - bourse was very slight. Tho se- Jjlnes on tho Paris bourse aro at , 2Sw S financial needs caused by tho 'NS in Russian securities, which are "SIe at tho presen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

if i H ; 10 THE SAIiT TiATTTC TREBTOSOS: SUNDAY MOItNTNG, JTEBRUAHT 21, 1904. Ii KID NICHOLS TELLS OF MANY CAMPAIGNS hi 'A. baseball player for sixteen years Is the record of Charley ("Kid") Nichols, f, tho new manager of the Babes. t Few players can boast of having i entered the ranks of tho professionals at so early an ape as did Nichols, and fewer still can claim the distinction of having earned a living at the game for sixteen consecutive years. Especially Is this eo of pitchers Nichols, In his lone experience, has played only one position. Tho average twlrlcr loses his speed or acquires a "'glass arm" when ho has r been at the game about five years. Many a player who will hold down an out-field In some obscure minor league the coming season, and who has done tho same thing for numerous sca iJ sons past, was formerly among the star ! Blab artists of the major league. But Nichols's arm la still good, i Tho sixteen years of steady pitching 'i: have done lltllo to dotract from the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

w ! l i THE SiLLT TiAKE TRIBTJNa. SmSHDAT MOKNXN-G-, 21, 1904. 11 IplD SAINTS : GROW AMBITIOUS J ' of Blood in lucent Contests )j trvt3 tho Victors on to More lift ! Ambitious Efforts. ' mat the basket-ball season Is .te Saints, spurred on by their triumphs, aro busy making pre ,ns for tho coming spring track An athletic meeting will be tomorrow, at which a captain tnaser will ba elected for the season. Tho most probablo can I'oro "Bis Joe" Smith. Of lie nd Sidney Christy. The contest Stably be between the first two, fof them are strong track ath nd are deserving of recognition. xras captain of last year's team (d that he would not be a candl j3 year. However, If he can bo ed upon to enter the race he will i good chance of being- elected, annlng over the present mate tho Saints thoro Is found a no bencc of sprinters, and it Is on e'pf work that Coach Bean will i do some tall work If he Intends it oft tho State championship. iVas their fastest man last nd ho Is not back at school. tr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

H: 12 The Rat.t Tjattb Tmbthste: Sunday Mokntng Fjsbruaby 21, 1904. I - I&r HOW THEY BEAT THE STREET RAILROAD "Here, hero, quick! Thoro's your i If car," and the speaker thrust a atrcoKi j car transfer into tho othor man's hand. L t It wns not a caso of a friend dying . at St. Mark's hospital, nor was thcro a I' matter o momentous Importance- do ll ' ponding upon the man's presenoo at a , I ' meeting, Thore was only a nickel at stako and the actions oC tho two rac.n upon the corner of Main and Second South street at the noon hour hardly justified tho hasto of tho one In reach ing his follow or tho latter' s celerity In boarding a Warm Spring's' car. Upon maklncr a cursory Investigation I "i of tho matter It transpired that tho : two men wero clerks In a store; that tho one had just returned from hla ' luncheon and the other had left for his midday meal. The first man lives In the eastern part of the. city, the othor y lives over In the northwest quarter. The ono goesto his dinne...

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