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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 February 1904

Jj The S.ajlt Lake TfLTBTrNra: Wedtesday Morotn"g-, Febrtiaby 24, 1904. g ! 3ff MILLIONS VALUE THE JANNA ESTATE fMflf in a Will Directs Bow His Fortune Shall Ap0rtioned-Beqnests Confined to the Family 11 Insurance Goes to the Senator's Children. ,VD 0., Feb. 23.-By the 0 & Sator Marcus Alonzo ? 'ved today, an estate val- 'MM Is left to the ft ,.o public bequests. The )t j "les are the widow. (Ma .rs the two daughters, VU ,J Hanna Parsons and eifcl f&nalcfc wife of Medill , 3 c; Chicago. 1 '.L C. Hanna Baldwin. Is fcj ZTAn aunt, Mrs. Helen 5 TfiTen 51000 and each of the it - $'490 each. DC) u Riven the homestead S fta furnishings, the stables 539. ' Ji4 ln lleu 01 nS yCar USB1. ;mrs QB0 Senator Hanna ,! Arable life insurance for 1 I ffH three children. The i I at these gifts are not Sssiii p Wo consideration In the Remain is to he divided 5FS:i parts. The first third Hanna to remain as 3fc her natural life and at r ifcTrlNSECURlNG ML COMMISSIONERS I jisnds That Men Capable s ...

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. — 24 February 1904

Oj 6 She Saot IA- Tbibuioi: wudnbsdat Mokkdsq, Febkuary 24:, 1904. 1: AFTER MANY YEARS Hi ! Famous Nevada Productr I Comes to Utah. I I PAYMENT MADE YESTERDAY l ' Half Million dollar Company 1 ' (s Launched. 8! Vicissitudes of an Undertaking: That jjj , Bend Like Fiction Undo Jesso Hj - Knight nt tho Head of It. I'll i The Novado, Park Mining company, 1 , capitalized at $500,000 "with as many 131 .harc of the par value of U each, will l he launched nt Provo today, lis official HD i household consisting: of Jesso Knight, Hj I who will perve it as president; Lafayette Hi I Holbroolc, as vice-president, and R- E. Hjjj j Allen, as secretary aad" treasurer, these, lij ' with Bamucl A. King- and1 J. J. Knight, Hhj constituting: the hoard of directors. Hl With the launching- of the new com- Hjjj j ijony begins the fructification of a H i dream tliat has haunted Undo Jesse H Knight for more than twen.ty yearn, H 1 the achievement of an ambition upon Hj whioh Samuel A. King- has labored Hj t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 February 1904

I j r-" ' -B &mIB TBIBPKEi WEDNESDAY MOKSHTG, EBBETTASY 24. 1904; : ' V ' T" ! I I aoDDERLESSSHIP ?ireet at Sea as to How SfSlUt Would Jump. Ifollows good start In Financial Situation iSfCiused Uneasiness. Vgljdl for MiUions to Pay for IaDeal May Affect Honey Market S&'iL Feb pood start against Jx?ts r"ad6 by Ul St0k mar" "-iJTorninP but 11x0 tono Decani ffl?.SepphHWvo as tho day wore Jjj nf tornooa thero was posl- JRl' a stare In causing this wealt fjK' ibo cevoral factors In cvi- Im'u ml ry cloar' Somo oC thrt Wr-jwmw had Its irapotus from i Kscft vhcro tho success of ycs 1 MslruniT tiio panicky conditions .iBCbourHO was followed by somo 3U4 1' Tt 1" actlon oi thci markct iU to the scpposttion that nono of .jlvances was stimulated by 14' l to afford a better basis for .Bb ttneantrated nature of tho 3 te!MdsoBi9 fears that largo in- hi1 L'qnidauogthoir holdings. 'S-jo felt over tho coming rnJ? IT&rurUleB decision was -an im- fr-iconco In the market, and there TP 'A frtf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 February 1904

K, Th-e s-t JLake Tstotb: Wednesday MoBm February 24. 19Q.. p IN THE WORLD OF SPORT I ; HADDOCK THE MAN I FOR 0. OF 0. COACH h l Advisory Committor and Athletic j Council Hold a Joint Meeting' and j Unite on tho Michigan Man. j I At a Joint meeting of tho advisory com- j mlttco and tho nthlotlc counctl or the Uni versity, which was held yesterday aftcr- 1 Toon, Joeph IL Haddock of tho Unlvor- 3 Pity of Michigan was nolectcd unanimously to nil tho position of Coach at tho Unlver- ?, Blty, recently made vacant by tho rcalRna- tlon of Mr.- Holmes. A number of other prominent canrtidatas were considered, but ! tho consensus of opinion was that Mad- j dock was pre-eminently the man for tbo " 1 place. , A lettor of application was received from , Maddock somo time nffo, to which Prcsl- : dent Kingsbury replied by asking him to ! ' Immediately forward his terms. Tho Ict- : . .t ...... i i .....i J morning and tho result was the afternoon 3 The first application considered was that j) of Wi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 February 1904

I THE SAUSIaAKE TKTBOTTEi IDkESDAY MOBamsTG, FEBRUARY 24, 1904. 9 ft OlSSIHED ADS ... 1 till ON PASEIO I W : .OAJtLEY mWli fister than any other part LlYl ' cPTjnildlniT rostrlctlon: No house Kill fc- ftan $1050. You will be our U H ' STse 1 nnd look at "Oakley" Ifi n for tho same money In Wtm hof tho clly- WhypayS20 EWT rX lot East, when you can buy IW IS lot for ?K0 samo distance mW " vS&Ja iV high! car service first ST : &ho University car. 1st So. ot. F i 7Ynd of Hno and see f oryour i Investment Co.. 7S Wgid 71 Jl tTlN TOWN SELLS REAL J J j.tc3lnsurance.rNo. .; .GODDAUD. under Walker's bank V q fsiDB CORNER PAYING ! r-t; a snap. ; ajheuti cosy 4-room cottage; . ffleSt. bcauUful, sightly build lQkrZ u?isv payments. Sfist SWe cornor, 20 rods frontage; J, railroads- S u 211,1 So- Room 01544 3 bTBUILDlNG SITES ON ALL '' Ji Subertv park, very eaey terms. Investment Co.. 7S W. SndJSo. jfcriiTATE, MONEY TO LOAN, iJiri gfc Cannon. 24 E So. Tomple. X JrrEf-ROOM HOUSE, TWO LOTS. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 February 1904

jfl Sij Saic Lake Tklbtote: TTiiiDSESBAx'MoESrarG PfiKUAK5-v24,"i904. I I SHOWERS AND COLDER II' - T.rr The weather man SI AlCTvMfi did last evening:, the V Ttumm&k tftrwt shower setting i' A5fiKpfi Jn early and contlnu i J?MlFVD at Intcrvnla i Iiroughout tho night, 1 ; Additional showers f ' L-tohL are promised for to- WfMr " day, with eokler fSflPR- weather. Yesterday TOtwflrW -.1 the mercury' high IMrVflrPl -ccord was 63 do-f-ws rSrk grcco; low, 43 dn ? L V 1 ' frees. Tho reading . .t ut other points. , i Max. Mln. l: !Dnvor . Clear. .CS 41 i Grand Junction Clcai.6 40 Helena Clear. -t c (Pocatello Cloudy..B4 3S f Modona cloar" in I Wlnnemucca Cloudy,. 5S 40 I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD 'i A man on car No. 79 on First Sooth t street had his pocket plokrd of S3 In cash nnda bunch of keys alter tho theater .ust i A nchcdulo of tho assets and liabilities of the McConnhay Jowclry cpmponjr, bank- rupt, wan filed In tho United States Dls- i trict court yesterday afternoon. The 11a- 1 bil...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 February 1904

1 WEATKER TODAY Bain or snow. 'j 3X1 VI. No. 315. Salt Lake City, Utah, Tbltjrsday Mokntktg, Febrtjaby 25. 1904, 12 pages. five Cents.- 'ill 11 1 i Ll-JL-L-X 1 1 IXXllllJ.Ai.i-i-l-Ll.Ll 1 1 l ! l. 1 l . i i .... i .....i ...... . . .......iililill Viceroy AloxiofT. il - t, I ! I " ' " ------- i-- -i iii I i View of Port Arthur, Showing Entrance to Harbor, Off "Which Yesterday's Naval Battle Was Fought. 4- i i j i i i i x i x i i i iiiiiiiiii iiiii iiiiiii .I, i - iii l.ii iii . . . . i i . i i . . i . . i i . i i i i i i i i x x x x j, -j, -I-ial a t4-t-l4-i4-4.&- MMU -&-4- UHHMtMHMI ' M M II 1 IKriese Admiral, Hoping to Again Catch the Slav Sea Fighters . Napping, Planned to Sink Hulks at the Harbor Entrance J I W and Bottle Up the Warships-Attack Found the Russians on the Alert and a Fierce Engagement Followed, the Attack- J I 1 ing Squadron Being Put to Flight, It Is Claimed, After Several of Its Vessels, Including Two .Warships, Had Been Sent ; I 1 to the Bottom-Populace...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 February 1904

Mm'1 ' If' 2 The SaXiT Lake Tribtote: Thursday Mob2stqt&, February 25, 1904. IP II LONDON DISCOUNTS ALEXIEFF'S REPORT r 1 f ' British Experts Find It Difficult to M Bolievo Japan Lost Any War j ( ships. ' i .i LONDON. Feb. 2-1. Vlcoroy Aloxlcff s r dispatch to the Czar of Russia, clcar- ing up the doubts caused by the sen- satlonal versions of the last Port Arthur affair, was received In London ' too late to bo published in the early editions of the morning papers, but It confirms tho opinion, founded upon earlier rumors, that Admiral Togo I made a daring attempt to bottle up tho : i Russian lleet at Port Arthur and al j ( though Viceroy Alexleff asserts that the entrance to the harbor at Port Ar 1 thur is still free, the fact that Admiral Togo's fleet, minus the vessels injured Bj, in tho courageous exploit, was soon j steaming at full speed on a southeast J course from Wei Hal Wei, Is intor- proted as an indication of the Japanese 2 Admiral's satisfaction with the ac- Ifl comp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 February 1904

1 'II J THE SAXT IjAKE TRIBTOTE: THTORSPAT MORXEIsa, FEBRUABT 25, 1904. 3 ! I IN AND ABOUT 1 ' jOGDEN tik.ll TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, I ivafhlnston Ave.. Telephone 111 J liOUBLE AT OGOEN yor Glasmann Nominates ffS Democrats fer Office. REPUBLICANS OBJECT M Vely Party Row Is Now en "V) ! With Serious Rosults. rlA 0f the Sexton, Who Was Dis R H ' ippointed Nomination for City mi ' physician Withdrawn. IWCGD Fel) 2i--Pollt,c8 18 at lho IL4f point In Ogdcn, nnd all on ac HEt of lho llttlo llasco In tho City Coun Httet Tuesday evening. Tho general yCSK&ic docs not appear to be aware of tho ftwfErfj cf the situation, and a little inside SJLj-fc-j. may be Interesting. Tho Trlbuno ) CUn t-a r.ot vouch for tho facts of the case, it-T Elvlnff them as told by the parties kJ tiKorflng to the story, Mr Jcunc. the 3 tm crKDt Incumbent of tho City Sexton's DtJJ good Republican, by the way ! 4U called upon to contribute to tho Re nal? (rtlican campaign fund and did so, ex iffdlr a reappointment I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 February 1904

K.: 4 The Salt XiAKE Tribtohs: TmrasDAY Moknxntg, February 25, 1901-. I It! 1 li Issued Every Mornlnnr br 1 J Salt Lake Trlbupo Publishing Company. PERRY S. EF.ATH, J ii Publisher end General Manngcr. j Entered at tho Poatofflco of Salt xaxs, I 1 City as pooona-cla. matter. I I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, ona wcok.$ .25 , ' Doily and Sunday, ona month l.w 1 , , Daily wul Sunday, two months 2.W, .( Dally and Sunday, thrco months - " ', Dally and Sunday, one year 11 n Sunday Trlbur.o. ono year. Sundav Trlbuno, six months i-J" Bcral-weokly Trlbuno. one year i.mi I 1 All remittances and business letters Bhould be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANoT, i 1 Salt Lako City, Utah. t S. C. Bockwlth. Spoolal Affenoy, Sola i , Eastern Advortlalnp Agont. Eastern of f. co 3--45-47-43-i9 Trlbuno Building. Now, York. Western office, 610-612 Tribune Building. Chicago. . .! Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. I ' Tribune Telephone) Numbers. Buslnosa Office "C ,Si;"54J2 I I Citv ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 February 1904

I Tee S aip ItAKB TBTBTOnsi Tjtorsday Motcsixg, February 25, 1904. 5 I I ffrjTHE SQCIAL WHgRL 2 Konrns have- left fLn'oth4lr way west. Mrs. Cn' r-:ur.i to Blt Lake, Senator -irrthcr a, far as Chl n eoln? ta-k to Washington. ! ... f Holmes will not receive afi-rnoon. but ono wock from t'ora 3 to G o'clock, Mrs. ijl "receive l't the nrL Rallery. --0 call will have tho plcnsuro r'r rc coI,cction oC lrl3h' . Srrcdlah. Chinese and Manila if't'ts ""0 Ir.vltntlona will bo Iirj f.t all of Mrs. Holmes's friends . 'corJIflfy vrelcomo, , -d Mrs. J A Dansherty of Tort 'c crc la the city, spending a , hh S1 J'nko 'r,cnda- Mra-U-r will bo very pleasantly ro- as Mis Mary Kinney, one of s3poPUlarbd.cs. ' ..in- ladies enjoyed a. delightfully i afternoon yesterday nt the eg. h,"e or Mr A. IV. McCuno. no and her coueln. Mm. Ward, L th; hostessei. MB- tr c puffer of Portland. Or., will SJw In Silt Lal:c on Monday to hc "ST!.Y Miss Ella Budderaor to Europe ViljHolv Land. They will Icavo on jDPy ind will...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 February 1904

H . 6 EHE SAIT IjAKE TRIBTOTE: THIIRSBAY MOKNITG, FEBRUARY 25, 1904. II THE SAME OLD PRICE f'j Lead Miners and Smelter j ' Renew Agreement. i ' WILL SETTLE ON $3,50 BASIS ' Contract of 1903 Is Indefinitely 1 Prolonged, j : I No Dato Fixed for Breaking of J Ground for Copper Smelter , 1 Whitley's Eastern Visit. V Tlio agreement of 1003 between the j 1 lead producer and the American Smelt- J lngr and Rertnlng company, under I which the former has received $3.50 J per hundred for his product, has been J renewed, and those figures as a settling IU price In the local market will continue 3 to rule Indefinitely. It was none other than C. W. Whlt- 3, "nay, local manager for tho American, I by whom this Information was brought ' from the general offices of the company y In New York yesterday, the news crush j ing, with terrific violence, the hopes of -jji those who have been relying on New j' York prices, less- 10 per cent, lmmc i dlately the compact of 1003 expired, tfj The situation was e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 February 1904

i n "I TEE BAIV Ti&KR . TRIBUIi THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1904. 7 ., 'I lr Off-Day With Wall Sstreet Brokers. ifj gf THE MARKET WEAK jflng Dfsclobed Exlstencs 'I tf Short Interest. S 1 101 fjmJcet Qulet-Torelgn Ex--ijf 'Advances in Response to Hi iHijJju . became halting and irregular tfT'nifiwIiat decreased volumo of moderato gains established infilL tuly rart of tho day woro ' llrfrlost Tho motive of tho early SJfS not very clear, but it was at llis a covering movomont omons rtL 7h9 borrowing domand for Ktfc tas exchange this morning KWptb cxistenco of a considerable JCtft. Tbls promptod soma of tho IK 6uke the long sldo In tho hopo Out rtho short Interest Tho signs STshort position woro not want K liir but In tho then suspicious f ISoWltwos bcllovcd to 1)0 moro ttan wl. Tho professionals - LjSvlnced that tho real llqulda W S Ks concealed by tho bor- 3-xk3 for temporary delivery 3- VbU 'h0 character of tho soll .3 & feeling this morning on Sfli htt thit tho selling mo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 February 1904

H . 8 The Salt Lake Trtbtjb: TinmsDAX Moknistg, February 25, 1904. & I I SLOW PROGRESS IN ROSE TRIAL Illness of District Attorney Eichnor D Causes a Postponement of the I Case Till Today, f COURT CALENDAR. I Cases Set for Today. I j DISTRICT COURT. j -f Division NTo. 1 Hon. W. C.'Hall. Judge -f i : Francis Cargoes ct al. vs. tho ,4- Mackcy Printing and Binding com- -4- t pany; potltlon for confirmation of 4- sale by receiver, -t- 4- Division N'o. 2 Hon. S. TV. Stew- -f i ! -4- art. Judge. 3 -f- Oregon Short Lino Railway com- 4 j , pany vs. Moylnn Fox ct al. -f i i Division No. 3 Hon. C. "W. Morse, -f- j Judge. 4 -f State of Utah vs. Frank Rone. -f . Division No. 4 Hon. T. D. Lowls, -f I ) Judge. j jj -f- Thomas Roscamp vs. Henrietta -f jj Roscamp; Utah Savings and Trust -f '' company vs. S. Bnmbergcr. -f- CITY COURT. -f q 4- Civil Division Hon. H. S, Tanner, -f 3, 4- Judge. ? 10 a. m., Dart vs. Boyd; Flshel -f- Jjj ' -f- vs. Morris Somncr, 4" 31 f 2 p. m., Hodges vs. Snow. -f- O...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 February 1904

it i Thb Salt Lajce Teibtotej Thxtesday Morning. February 25. 1904. 9 j I ijt - " l if ' Ji 1 1 MI . Cut showiag how tho Japanese will cross tho Yalu river on pontoon oridgt) when they invade Russian Manchuria. From The Graphic. j I 3 1 1 WOMAN WHO ANTEDATES j REVOLUTIONARY" WAR DIES Ta CHICAGO, Feb. 24. Sophia a , Gab whose birth antedated the Jfil Bevolutlonary war, if her asser- 3. t!on3 were correct, and who was -f 31 , opposed to have been the oldest Ell tfoman in Chicago, Is dead at the Cfl I tome for the aged and Infirm col- , cr people. She was 129 years asSff 1 fl!i. . 'i&W According to the aged woman's y statements, she was born in Yir- 5 I pinia In 1775, before the Declara- -f- vl ti0D of Independence. She lived -f U j, on tne plantation where she was ft born until freed by the proclama- 4- i tion of President Lincoln. fi ! ?HEEE KILLED AND S I EIGHTEEN INJURED 4 rfflCAGO, Feb. 21. Three men were i iv'd and elehtecn Injured tonight by an rrtlos!on that entirely destro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 February 1904

10 The Salt Lake Tkbuot: Tjotksday MoitNTisrG3 February 25, 1904. IK DETECTIVE TELLS OF CONFESSION IJ Jllno-Ownera' Sleuth. Tostilies in the P Trial of Alleged Train Wreckers at Cripple Creek. Is : . CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo., Fob. 24. K. c. Sterling, sccrot service nRcnt of tho l' Mine Owners' association, waa tho prlncl- 1 pal witness today In tho trial of Sherman ' Parker, W. F. Davis and Thomas Foster, vj officials of tho local Miners' union, on 3 trial charged with conspiracy to wreck a -J . Floronco & Cripple Creek passenger train. A Sterling testified to receiving informa- Vt tlon from Charles Beckman, also In tho I employ oC tho Mine Owners' association, i but posing as a union sympathizer, that :A a plan had been perfected to wreck the ' train on a certain night In November. 3 Ilo described the placo whore, ho enmo J upon tho alleged train wrcckors at work, j their flight and subsequent arrest. Ho gavo testimony concerning: tho con- i fceBloh acciired from Charles McKlnney, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 February 1904

lj . TBCE SALT LAKE TREBOTTE: THTJKSDAT MOICSTSTG, FEBRTJAHY 2o, 1904. - ' 11 H STadwtional j m CLASSIFIED ADS ... 1 lj ON PAfiE 12 j 1 p0B SALE"REAL ESTATE. S . ?$; Soman candle ft' : ,,rv and ability aro to tho homc S, sLne"s, There's plenty of cn H d dependability In tho business S 'nONNAN REAVIS. 1 IIOMEBUILDER. S?. THE SIGN: ft ' -r ROOF IS . OVER TOUR jSj fife ' HEAD?" ( w is now located at 7S West 2nd tS - " ' -OAKLEY-t y,r un faster than any other part V Building restriction- In o houso to i3 than $1000. You will be Bur H 'WLu w 11 so and look at "Oakley' ly "hnrcalns for tho samo monoy In S$Sm of tho city- Why pay $2000 hiding lot East, when you can buy VmA o lot for S200 enmo dlstanco tf &d la high car service first . Tike tho University car. 1st So. st. "lltnTS IN TOWN SELLS REAL l&ns money, writes insurance No. ffitsiu rl5:c ftfF ROOMING-HOUSES. iJjpfisGODDABD, under Walker's bank Jj eAST SIDE CORNER PAYING rfr vf nt: a snap . m, -Southeast, cosy 4-room cottaso; ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 February 1904

Pj 12 The Salt IuAKE Tjribitnb: Thxtrsday Mokntn"g, Eebbuary 25, 19(M. J ; n I! HANG ON TO UMBRELLAS ' Tho balmy summery atmosphoro ot yes d fcerdav Is, according to tho local weather '-n, (forecaster to give I jiawWnh iway to rain or snow j jjuiivfitv today. Tho showers I FMa thai fell during 1 jlAi (Tuesday night It ap I &1M tncars wero not heavy ' MiSX&et lonouch to mako up -Mvft 'or an existing do 1 ifws iilclency In prcclplta StMlfeT " alon, and as a con " filffKSfflfek Voqucnco a snow or i rainstorm mutjt 1 jflo?j3 7x f'he high mark for i taL f j 1 tho thermometer yos v .-: - tcrday was 61 do i KTccfl and tho low 40. nuiklw it tho waxm j cat day this far this season. Tho rocora ' at other points waa: Mln J -n-,.r Cloudy..&i' 3S i grJuncdonv::::;cloudy..g g I a::::::3rcS:: J Tho Continental Life Insurance- and i .Investment company. Governor H. i. i Veils, president: H. Tyrcc. v cc-prcsl-A dent and general nmnajcr: "J . S. mc ij Cornicle, treasurer; TV. H. Cunningha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 February 1904

1 1 v?'" 9?M A wf J Hfc fS P ftf !: - I AFRICAN feeling: CjrT 1 if 1 8 f& . i . WSl AJaJ a , SEWATOS SMOOT'S case in J M hick in St. Petersburg:, -fc il I& nfif lUll t ' fS ' F' JI3 V H fY TjSJWi Hff rgm Washington promises to be aBitB reward usors of J I Hll 7 1 1 B HH All Iji (ft R N 8 1 II I 1 H 1 1 moct interesting. Subscribe J I ilWBUNE'S smnll ad -H IIL JF jl 1 W , Ttf (t W I I W (f I iI H , VJ J L I I 1 I I II 1a now for THE TRIBUTE, ! lll 41 lB'T xfe? Jlrlr fW sP Fw v tlbutit01 tel1 ym' U I rl "- C- -WEATHES TODAY-rair, : ! H - ! : 1 WyoiXL.VI. 316. Sait Lakts Pity, Utah, Friday MomriNG, Pjebruajiy 26. 1904, , 12 phges.fivb Gents. 1 I I j Pleet of Japanese warships as they appear when engaged in throwing shells into a town. Tho shins are generally cut up into two divisions, and steam in a circle in opposite di- j" WJlrtttfoM, ono division using its starboard batteries and the other its port batteries, Starboard is tho right-hand side of a vessel looking toward its bo...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 February 1904

j 2 The Salt TjAKT, Tiobiine: Fktoay'Mokotg, Februajo: 26, 1904. . M I Any Other Medlcisie in the World. 1 ft Mr S annua s1 are greater than those of any other medicine exclusively for women. p 'A t 1 if holds the record for the greatest number of' actual cures of woman's ills. This fact is attested by hundreds of thousands , I I ' "M'S I ff et-ers from grateful women which are on file in the Pinkham laboratory, and which are constantly being published. ppf p j jl Ii W ' Merit alone can produce such results. - Good advertising serves to call attention for a time, but merit alone can stand the jg ; fl jJi sPecasts now agree that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the most universally successful remedy jjj '&Mr Pif Jl v for woman's ills known to medicine. vStgfj ''feW - All sick women should note these facs, and placing all possible prejudices aside, should realize the truthfulness of these vjjjjm ill JlS Irl 1 statements, and that a cure for their troubles actually exists. ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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