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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 February 1904

ill THE SALT liAKE TRIBTjKB: MOiSHDAY MORNTNtG, FEBRUARY 22, 1904. 5 ! I LAMATION WORK W ON GREAT DESERT ; Engineer Newell of the Service Explains How the 18, 3 Exprim2nts in Several States Are Panning Out 'J -People Should Not Be Impatient. il By a F- rumps.) M UtfGTOX. D. C Feb. 20.-Tho ig , fc(rtt of tho poople of the wnolc 1 ,Q ti,e Government's work of rc- ' the Great American desert la $ ' cd the thousands of Inquiries ti ' ft". re rce-Mved nt the ofllcc of W ' a . "r tnpineer For the better under- 'A ' X-jr of those interested. The Tribune x 'f-dent obtained from F. II. Ncw- l1 engineer of the United States U 1 Slon rvlcc. tho following state- i cnccrnlafc' the progress of the work - ! V tr'ef description of the projects f-i,t tnsir.cers of the reclamation serv ' enrjBCtl in Investigations In all t ar;d State and Territories. Their t brine out clearly a fact common- wSKwiaH1 111 olher Wrk Pr" WaiBTcost popularly urged arc frequently i,4wLs ffhen slvcn full study, to be least ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 February 1904

li fHE.SAXT Ij&KE TRIBUNE: M025DAT mORjSHCN'Go EBKUATIY 1515, Ife. I THE BLUE BELL DEAL H Balance n Option Will B j Shelled Out. MINIRITY ON THE BOARD I j Sensational Disclosure in ths I Old Mamnnth. HI Fifteen Feot of Higli-Qrado Coppor Hj j Ore Exposed Polar. Star Nego- K tiations Involving $325,000. I I The unpaid balance on the MoChrys- H , tal Interest In the Eagle & Blue Bell of Hp I 1 Tlntio will be discharged as soon ns the Hjl proceeds of the Bingham Con.'B 51,000,- Hfj 000 bond issue shall permit, said Capt. ft Duncan MacVIchle, general manager HH! for the purchasing company, on his ar- Ki rival from the general ofllces In the l , East yesterday, -while the directors t?! havo cheerfully acquiesced in the rec- m ommendation of TV. A. Wilson as the minority's representative on the board. H President White, said the Captain, will y J further information oC Interest to the f I Eoglo & Blue Bell shareholders will be $ ' released. j5 I The meeting of directors at Bos...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 February 1904

he Salt iake Tribune Mo:ntay Mortstdstg, February 22, 1904, 7 I C$ccret Societies il Wr of Washington. -rhington held It regu "I5 tfOWcdncsdoy evening at 11 S WpSXit - H. Hopkins 31 1 tf ihteh mcetlnsr eight can H infaateil. It w i very C 1 nd the drill team, un f Mr A. G. Mahan, S feWk and the team, to 'J tftfUent,tJdln Mr. Mahan, dc '. I .of credit for Its work. SfSAw thcS 'that tho union Is 3 lrwday evening. February rt'im give a masquerade 8Jl fl'tatt. Invitations nro out .nrt It will be necessary V? l& k" wi-hes admittance that lOaot ind prc-ont an invitation, . jffaffl1"1 without tho lnvl- 1:13 ,-ni bo all tnc nioro Interest- WX T fket that tnc uuuea uiunu IP C Tho committee s composed SxTM- .Ti ccnUcmen. It la now up lKScS do and what kind of IPrfnl they aro composed of. i now up to you to bo pros jSnMday evening and see wJfAt cmo ln cntact wAth jPSlvS of every nation on tho flM There will be hayseeds, Happy Holllgans. G oomy Ylr Jlics and many noted per 1W sure aud bo pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 February 1904

if S The Salt Lake Tribune: Monday Moestcs'g. February 22, 1904. ,i Ij Drift of Politics 1 f It is reported that the death of Senator llanna has brought to tho public oyo a condition that has never before happened , In the history of the Government. Ho died after being- olected to succeed hlm : iclf and before his present term had ex pired. This creates two vacancies, botli , ! 10 bo filled by tho Legislature now In ses- ,. ' i a.on. I On tomorrow night Mayor Morris will : i have 10 prova to thu people of SalL iaK0 City whether he Is the city govern-noni or - ! a bother tho Council has a little hand In ' i ho matter. And there will his plenty of I I citizens there t6 take nolo of the matter. i Roosevelt . band-wagon has been ' vory much overloaded since the death of ''I Senator Hanna. Had the Ohloan lived, t j there wcro not a few who would havo ' I gambled that tho President's automobile 3 would not havo been as attractive to many 5 1 of the men that aro now Hcrombllwr for I 1 a pl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 February 1904

j i The Baut Lake Tbibuoti; MojStdat Morning-, FjEBimAitY 22, 1804. ' 9 ' H ijpDDITWNAL j BttiSSlFIED ADS I Bti ON PAGE 10 I l lMt RICHTBK C6.. U EAGLE IfgWe of that address. 'Phono Ik' II' OAKLEY- 1M faster than any other part il.R jlu Inc restriction: No house than "W You will, toe nur KfRi'Si will go and look at "Oakloy" wca ns lor tho same xnonoy In MSrt oMho city. Why pay 0W Wf- lot BnsU when you can buy iTlWS a lot for $200 namo dlatanco MW&d la iWh. car service first 'iSe the Unh-eraity car. 1st So. st. -5 1 J? end of line and see tor your- W 'vri Investment Co., 78 W. 2nd 3! te. 81,01 i fS rTiuiLDING SITES ON ALL !. 'jijbirtv pari;, very cany terms. tfstrn'ent Co., 73 vr. CndSo. it REE REALTY CO. A1 ti" P- b- one b,ock cast c,ty and K"rinc. a snap. jl tarn' BHado and law; 50x140 fL ll fnur.e between 6th and 7th East li tad 10th So.; good barn and if 731140 ft.; for C5 por cent of B j 3 'fii Lx.- "b on Lake 6t. : '.0x140 ft and 7i ' i'ou can t beat this. kaI b. and frame,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 February 1904

Hri 10 The Salt XiAKEs Tkibthste: Mohay MoiimjSG, Febhujuit 22, 1904:. f .- If! RAIN ORDERED 1 1 TODAY. ' J "Rnln Monday. Tuesday fair and cold ! , This Is the lorsa way l:i which the ? I '"v$TV weather clerk In Chl f Vi'WS cnK' I'erchcU nlcn I 1 nbv&WtJ lm m nis ouservn WS'rV t-ory, tells what kind of waathur this scc Hon nC tho country ' i l vft&SiV, T1,ls helus tho wise, I tfyMJ!K. umbrellas and rain : ' VSfAHai coats will ho much i, I W$ iervals. and last . n evening succeeded ln -v 2ir- n measure. Tho temperature In this city yesterday w.is Ifi degrees for maximum record nnd ii CI minimum, I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD Judgo and Mrs. O. W. Powors will re k ceivo at Llngcrlonger" from 8 to 13 this v evening Instead of from 7 until 10, an at first announced. A pang- of men has boon taken to Saltnlr ' to begin work on the new bathhouses out I ln tho Inke and tho laying of tho new , hardwood dancing Iloor ln tho pavilion. j Prof. Spooner of tho high school and hla ; class In phys...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 February 1904

J 'T j WEATHER TODA-Y Hani, or raow. ill KVI. No. 31 Sajlt Laice City, Utah, Tuesday mokstdstg, February 23. 1904, io phges.five Cents.' ji! II Mi OF Ye!nEMYTBY VERY CLEVER RUSE Jiese Naval General Used Rus 5 sian Code of Signals to Lure i Four of Czar's Little De SJl : stroyers Within His 55? 1 v Grasp. s! " v Ruse Most Successful and the Entire Crews e Vessels -A-re I'-f Now Prisoners of pf c' ' lp War Japanese Fleet P w Followed up Victory rSPI W Smashing Two jjHIi Battleships-Port Ar- ssiMlf :lffV;W thor Is Practically I Abandoned as Mili- S5 ?Jtlr tary Post and Is now ffiSfroso. Simply a Naval Base - - uoXDON' Fob 23 The Nagasaki correspondent of the Dally Telegraph, ca ir cider dale of February 22nd. reports that the Japanese squadron has cap- ism -rfftfiir Russian torpedo boats at Port Arthur by using Russian signals. "ffi dispatch appears to confirm reports from various quarters of a fresh ai on Port Arthur by the Japanese. STfftarvport reached Nagasaki from Chefoo. and 11 a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 February 1904

2 the Salt Lake Tribune: Tuesday MoRsmsr Fjebhuahy 23, 1904. Ij BANDITS ATTEMPT TO r WRECK N. R EXPRESS I I HELENA, Mont., Feb. 22. A opeclal to the Record from Billings Bays thnt nn j attempt wns. made Inst night to lioTd up ; I Northern Pacific train No. 1. the North Coast Limited, westbound, between Far- l ' go and Vnlley City, N, D. '; j A rail was removed by the would-be ; robbers, but they were discovered and 1 1 Ifollcd. A po:e Is said to be In pursuit, f ! ST. PAUL, Feb. 22. Ofllclals of the f 1 Northern Pacific here said they had ru- t nors of the attempts to wreck the truin, hut Investigation proved the stories I , filse. Hl Tendency of the Times. The tendency of medical science la to ward preventive measures. The best thought of the world Is being given to the subject. It Is easier and better to prevent than to cure. It haa boen fully demonstrated that pneumonia, one of fl the most dangerous diseases that med- leal men have to contend with, can be prevented by the use of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 February 1904

I ..... The Salt Lakes TiHBrara)! Tuesday Mokcstng, February 23; 1904. 3 H 'SLI -nSS BRANCH OFFICE. g II From ButtTwill Investigate . M cjiths of Countrymen. ' wb "3 -Trouble between the WA rovorcnt nnd the Southern V JS m ounl of the killing of the: 2 J "c. twenty Grrck. In the cx tyh KfC JacKiwn Inst Friday. Is prom pt f at " 'k viCP-Consul at Butte Is M to Ogden and. It is ; said, will JUr t" hRW the railroad company OAllry PfyL lives of the dead men. If f'tc "ill enlist the support of the gG.rnmi to enforce his de- v r.i-M-s will be burled to 1 ftl j0rn nnd the remainder will 1 ftt fast as they ean be f JVh0 undertakers H -mnl V J- BurK.0, ono of the DJB e to accept as tho remains IS?5 a box containing a few rt and some neeh, and claim Jfi" debris 1h boon cleared fc8m the en"of the explosion his fltK,i,. Le irthed Their story ap '''Cne out by the fact that & : Bulls Wore Too Tame. S4I pv Feb. 21. Senor Helurich I I3 ... r.L bui3 furnished three 1 Entertainment for about SEW ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 February 1904

H The Salt IjAKe Tribtote: Tuesday MoRNiyG, February 23, 1904. jL: I Iaffued Every Morning by j Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. I PERRY S. HEATH, I ' Publisher and General Manns"-. I Entered nt the Postofflco o Salt Lako, j City na nccond-clasa matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION'. Dallv and Sunday Tribune, one week. .25 Dally and Sunday, one month 1.00 ' , Dally and Sunday, two months 2.OT Dally and Sunday, thrco months .... : Dally and Sunday, one year 1Z.W ; Sunday Tribune, one year -w Sunday Trlbuno, six months JJ" . Semi-Weekly Tribune, one year ' ! All remittances and business letters should bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, u Salt Lake City. Utah. 4 S C. Beckwlth. Spoclal Aponcy, Sole i Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of-, ncc, 43-M-45-47-4S- Tribune Building, New Tork Western office, C10-C12 Trlbuno Building, Chicago. Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. i Tribune Telephono Numbers. U Buolnoss Office j:,,A,u;,SG0 City Editor , 334 3 R ng Nowfl and Night Editor Ring ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 February 1904

1 -. i st : Tlm gftir ILA&m 'I'itngTDSH; TtresDAjf MOmsjje ItEEKUakY 23, 1904. 8 , gpEZUELAN CLAIMS j jy matter decided Ijfogtts Tribunal Finds in Favor of England, Germany iisjJl and Italy, and Instructs Uncle Sam to "-I Execute the Decision, i .11 I , ;lflVGL-E, Feb. 22.-The nrbltra ''ES'nal which has been consider ilma of the blockading powers fcSllal treatment of their 2Ka!nst Venezuela has decided 1 " 3 . that tho three blockading: lift'1 Britain. Germany and if! let the right to a preference of il tt ot the customs duties at La ft' j Puerto Cabcllo. the litigants i f elr own costs in the procedure lOilKriieMually the costs of the- trl ' The United States is commls )K Scarry out tho decision of the - ,E within three months. ' j I TRIBUNAL WAS GUIDED. iirirfBg Judgment the tribunal "1; ut that it Has been guided by 5ftSti law and the equlty of th0 ''Kluri tba the protocols signed at SjUrton February 13, 1903. and tallSrir e Protoc-ol of May 7th Mf the obligatory nature canno...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 February 1904

H 6 Ehe Sajjt 1AKR TBXBmm: Tuesday Mobxthstg- fisbrxjahy 2y, 1904. " IALTA'S BUSIEST YEAR 1 1 Campaign to Exceed Any in j Its History. TALK OF AN OLD TIMER i John StllwelPs lefiance of the i Avalanche. k Emma and Flagstaff "Will Bsrame tlio r Present Tear Waiting on the Tramway to Cnnip, Derylntr tho dangers of tho demo bc- j! tween tho valley and Alta, several thou- sand feet above. John StllwelL the sur- jj vlvor of a crop oC snowBlides that ex- ceeds the record: of any camp of corrc- J aponding activity on earth, drew out for 4 tho diggings again yesterday morning, 1 after placing: orders for spring needs fi up there. While tlie cabin, occupied by ,t rn cUrr-ol) fnr imnrft fhnn a. nunrter of 13 a ccnturyi Is right in tho pathway of the fl ynowelldes, It has withstood) a dozen or more attempts at demolition, the last "i slide to descend tipon It four years ago, A and while Its windows were shattered J and the pit bolow filled with debris, the occupants of the cabin were undis- to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 February 1904

I 4 '.. - SALT liAKE TUESDAY MOIUsG-, FEBRUARY 23," 190' f 'I I PfG'S GIGANTIC RIGATION SCHEME lalf Millions of Dollars Will Be Expended ion of Arid Lands Army Changes of Interest to the West, J! (By A. F. Philips.) 3i (SMoiaI to Tho Tribune.) & LqinfGl'ON. D- C. Fob. 22.T,ho 3 project In Wyoming for S X tho Secretary of the Interior has St: pjl aside $2,500,000, contemplates Si trectlon of a dam 170 feet high, 1 h inay ultimately be extended to lift f:. fcet, and which will flood about f- a acres- A conduit la proposed v!-fb tho canyon of the Shoshdnc. A 5a capacity o 1000 second feet, to X Lnly open cut and tunnel. !Sl canal covers the high lands and i ii-fts an area about lwo mllcs 1,1 I Si, above the proposed Cody and ' fcjfcirr wnal The main line termi "5 S t Eagle Nest creek, but can bo 'ft Ltiaaed on grade to carry water If 5 Lsary through the gap into Clark's tlMv" flowing north into Montana. EThh- lines tfrmlnato at the Bad Ginorth of Garland, but may be ISfrued to cove...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 February 1904

Hv q Tbce stLaice Trbhwe: Tuesday Mothstsg. Kebuxjabx 23, 1904. I OIL-BURNING ENGINE : CAUSES COSTLY FIRE IBAITFIRSFIBID. Cal., Feb. 22. A I. lS-'W today the enclno nttachod to the wet bound Santa Fo limited took llro -wlillo stopping- at tho Tohachapl station on the Joint track oC tho Southern Pacific and Santa Fo. Tho onclno whs an oil humor and tho oil caught tiro bolwcon tho tank mid the cnslnc ' An explosion followed, wrecking tho locomotive and setting tiro to a hanrtsomn composite coach immediate ly behind. Both wore destroyed. From hero the flamca upread to tho depot, a framo structure, which burned rapidly to I- mnw. mil 1 I ........ PICKING MEN FOR CANAL COMMISSION 15 "WASHINGTON", Pb. 22. President Cas- natt of tho Pennsylvania railroad hnd a conforenco today with tho President ro , KardJng tho acccptanoo by Alfred Noblo. 1 tho distinguished engineer ion? connected with tho Pennsylvania ayatcm, of an an pointmont on tho, Panama canal corumls 4 tion, which haa been offered...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 February 1904

J; ' The SAirliAKE Tbibunei Tuesday Mobotdstg, February 23, 1904. o i H ADDITIONAL j fel CLASSIFIED ADS . 1 1 0N PA8E 10 J InZrAX OLD HOUSE IS IflMKE PLANTING SEED . 11 LlKFOR A SAD In SEQUEL, i J . nro cesspools of expense for I lt9Si"lle new houses need no such I! t JSat no more for taxes and In ' i f$A sell twice ns quickly. The ' t &r hou for the money, cash or j DONNAN REAVIS, JJ , At the Sign. IVl ' noof Ib Over Your Hcndr -4'-,,eSve about March 10th to ground fjnlS St.. and -The Z. C. M. I. jtjosUc" the new offices. I. KANCH (SNAP). J1O0O. ti.rm br. on bench. 32WJ. C RICHTER CO . 11 EAGLE Sure of that address. 'Phono al-lEO -OAKLEY uo faster than any other part ,y Building restriction: No house Us than HMO You will be aur Vou will go and look at "Oakloy" h renins for tho same money In !f of the city Why pay MOM Mine lot East, when you can buy Wl ft lot for $2(0 same distance jround Is high, car service first iko tho University car, 1st So at. . end of Uno and .sec for yoh...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 23 February 1904

IT 10 Ml (SALT XtAKE THIBU2STE: TUESDAY MORJSnGSTGc FEBRUARY 23, 1904. Ijffe 1 RAIN OR SNOW TODAY QL bQ tllC weatlier HI j; il ' caster Hyatt of H ' iSlFi his cit3r "ystcr" Hfj nfifSwRi day's temperature Hi jtjfffjrrA was: Maximum, It ' jKV 56 degrees: miiil- H j ) HKgjpA lum, 42 degrees. It; early Sunday "oveuing- was general Hi throughout the State. Ij CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD H ' Tbo real estate men of the cit- will - ako luncheon togothcr nt the- Commercial f club at 12 o'clock Wednesday. HI ' The II. B. Messon:rr mentioned in- this i column as being wanted by me I'edernl LI I authorities or lorgery la not the gentle- (man of that namo who has been employed t as an engineer by tho Denver Rio Hi j Grande, I ' Mow-? of tho death In Now York of Mrs, ; M. AT. niunt on February 6th reached this H.T chy vostordnv, causing deci regret anions tho ladv's many frionds. Mrs. Blunt for f onorlv resided at Fort Douglas, where her vj husband, Col. Blunt, was In command. i Next Thursday, February...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 February 1904

( Vva- -WEATHER TODAY Showers; colder. jjj IolTxJ1' y- 314- Salt Lake City, Utah, Vedsday Moknxing, Febru.ajiy 24, 1904, 10 phges.five Gents! i H WMIRAL TOGO'S LA TEST NA VAL COUP I I ASTOUNDS BRITAIN'S SEA GENERALS I STof" Four Fully Primed Tor L(lo Boats Without Desperate Engagement Marks New Record L Naval Warfare Whereabouts M Czar's Vladivostock Fleet a Mystery --Port Arthur Fleet Is Mow Under Orders to Keep Out aof Range of the Enemy's Guns. 11 J ' D0N, Feb. 24 Cabling: from Chefoo on February 23rd, a correspondent of the Morning Post says 10,000 more troop, liave landed at Chemulpo nnd that he has received confirmation of the report that some Japanese luifd at Plseon bay, others at Tallemvan, and that an engagement occurred the night of February 12th. i corespondent at Seoul of the Dally Mail reports al panic at Pingyang, Korea, which is regarded' as heralding pueh of the opposing armies. vD0X, Feb. 23. Details of the latest naval coup by Admiral Togo's ships, la the capture ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 February 1904

if 1 ; 2 The Salt Lake rEXBUKTE: Wednesday MomsrcsrG Fjebruahy 24, 1904. Ii 1 TROUBLES OF SHEEPMEN 1 AIRED INWASHIMTON ij Utah Delegation in Congress, Discuss the Situation in j Emery County With Regard to limiting Grazing I Facilities on the Manti Reserve. 111(1 fBv A. P. Philips. I (Special to Tho Tribune.) "WASHINGTON, D. C Fob. 23. The , last Issue of the Emery County Pro- Kress, received here today, contains an attack upon the Utah Senators regnrd- ing the Brazing of sheep upon the Mantl forest reserve. The article Is mislead ing or its author misinformed. s The IVIantl forest reserve contains 5S4.000 acres of land. In retting this apart as a forest reserve the Govern ment, through Its officials, had no in tention of depriving tho people of the range it afforded for stock. Tho one Bthlng kept in view was that it should not be overfed, hence the orderB that Individual applications must be made, so that the number could be regulated before applications were granted. Senator Smoot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 February 1904

The Salt Lake TRrnuxE? ivedsitav Mokntng, Pebruatit 24, i904BpHBlJ 'fKd 0n Cnupo of Disaster at Jtm H - "'r adjournment sBf'F inQU'Jt vcr lhf remaln" " lnOgdcntl;30 TlMtif' 1 brtrtnK flWrtJ" ih(i W1,r ..... tei rvll.-n f J"Htlro of the- I - : """ e& , ;' Ww,h,i -.i.r.rt and Arthur LT . ir:"-' ' aing tl ft M nt 4 (fr ,. ih- w?undcd B (r,, conductor "f the f', questional Courtney ' l2B2rf si"'"' Wp8 a til ' B.1i. " " 11 Mk0d UQt optno ,,, ,,, stat0 HindM? ' M Wmm- , ( ho kl..d of air brakes on 'Sfe. V H -'." I.- ..... kno lOSAKff, wi.:. r 'rait. i"'"1" m'"'h iw;1;;;..... n.- r ;; : he MBWT. !' w ' ''"- " ""' U bSCrii he sav. tli.it .If "' !UM..n p.' "'" ' ' .1 liim 1 I "If Wh-.l I..: In about ftv minutes after f - I llrK, ' "IBrwd v .v lh. n.-xC "Iti.fss, who 1 mi- tory At the time m.,r''..n lie was in the caboose ff 1 R'.-k !mi-..-...'.t'-'y went out to I . 1 drIo n 'I""' , , rr,v.j ... " ih conductor of the water trahi. " 1 i- fV.ul.-l to 'i""1 11 u ll" 1 " 8 ' ; r tav'll't:"'.'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 February 1904

I lesued Every Mornlntr by i Salt Lnko Trlbuno Publishing Compony. j PERRY S. HEATH, !i PublLihor and Goncral Slnnascr. V Entered at tho Postofflco of Salt Lake, r City aa feocond-clmre matter. 1 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, one vreck.5 .25, H Dally and Sunday, ono month. ...... l.w, Daily and Sunday, two months z.w 1 Dally and Sunday, threo months .... 3.W 1 Dally and Sunday, ono year J-.w Sunday Tribune, ono year fw I Sunday Trlbuno, six montha j Soml-Wockly Trlbuno, ono year : , All remittances and business lettera I should bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, j Salt Lake City, Utah- I I B. C. Beckwith. Special Agency, Solo I, Eantern Advertising Agent BQstcrn i of- I flee. -13-14-45-47-48-49 Trlbuno Bulldbig, Now i York. Western offtco, 510-512 Trlbuno j , Building. Chicago. I I Washington Bureau 14.17 G Street j Trlbuno Telophono Numbers. j Business Office VwiA '! City Editor v-3 R nga j I Now3 and Night Editor 1S4-3 Rings j J Wednesday, February 24, ...

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