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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 February 1904

. I . The SAXiT X,ake Tribtots: Friday MokctetGv, February 26, 1904. 3 j I pCE FOR CHARITY WL Case of Destitution in H : the tfiidst of Plenty. R rOHAN A VICTIM OF CANCER Little Care Except From Wt. Kind Neighbors. ' H i , j- is Barred From Affording I Slef th0 That th HUS" H' i bnnd Has Means. M L unusual case oC ncslcct of a sick 9 i, exciting much comment anions K liJftt of tho vicinity of First North B Itc greets. Mrs. Charles Smith HI i!,n 111 the lost two years from can IS la most malignant form. For 3 ,w Past sho has been confined to her 19 f ablo to help herself In the least. Pi ,vtl "he n:u5 nad n0 aLtcndant' os" M ihen kind neighbors dropped In, and 13 f ,t been provided. It Is claimed, the BBM - (ceSsarlcs of existence by her hus 9 S!i who is said to be well able to give MM rf&i carc which she so sadly needs. am .j. is a competent bookkeeper, who la K P,ytJ regularly and Is also said to bo B .V,r0CT.er of valuable property. The wo H eutaa a daughter of 11 by a former ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 February 1904

1 4 The Sait IiAKE Tbxbune: Friday Moknustg, February 26, 1904. j In 1 a r Isnaed Every Morntnff by J : Salt LaAo Tribune Publishing Company. j , " PERRY S. HEATH, il Publisher nnd General MpnnKer. I Entered at tho Postorflco o Salt Lane, City no stgorvd-clajta matter. TB'AMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. : ! Dolly and Sunday Tribune, one week. 5 .K I Dally and Sunday, one month 1.C0, Dilly and Sunday, two months Dally and Sunday, threo months .... s.w i 1 Dally and Sunday, one year l-W 1 Sunday Tribune, ono year -.w : Sunday Tribune. 3lx mcnthn J- 'il Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year 1.60 'j All remittance and business letters (should be nddresned to -TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, ,J Salt Lake City, Utah. S, C. Scckwltu. Special Ajranoy. Bole-. Eastern Advertising Agent Baatern of-, , -! flee, 43-W-45-4"-- Trlbuno Building. New) ,i York. "Western office 510-ul2 Tribune, rj Building. Chicago. i Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. fj Tribune Telephone Numbers. j Business Of nee r"'i"2 City Edlto- S34 Ktn...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 February 1904

I The Save Xt&gB TKreusrEi Friday Moiraxsr g, Ebbhuart 26, 1904. 5 ! jCrScOF CHAINS IN 1 1 JUDGE DIEHL'S COURT Mflf Conyics Arraigned on Charges in Connection With the T.Bt Break for Liberty From the Peniten-'g-lj tiary Last Fall. !ltc 0f steel and tlio clank of Tie clsmal music In Judge Dlchl's, ! ytcrday morning, when tlio ' 1cts implicated in tho outbreak were arraigned on varioutt charges out of the break. When brought i? gourds they wore shackled hand joJors, ft 1K prisoner. sentenced ,er )K charged with avaault with inurdcr Guard Frank Naylor. omer. F. T. McGurrln, who ap Wcdneadnv to demand a speedy u ho had not hud tlmo to look into nd asked that ho bo given moro 'SL Ho was given until Sal aconSow. mother "lifer." cen ter murder nnd burglary, now rllh assault with intont to mur Jzcbuion Jacobs, took until Bat , make bin ploa. T Vero thrco charges ogalnat Harry Wnddcll, who Is serving out a totycar sentonce for osstiult with a deadly weap on. Ho la accused of attempting t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 February 1904

6 EHB SAIr IjSB TRIBOTEr FlUDAT MOKNTtSTGr, FEBKXJART 26, 1904. J J . OPTION IS EXTENDED Additional Time in the Big j Congor Deal. BUYING A $400,000 GROUP HJ Lecal Talont Launching Another Hi Bonanza, , Midland, Copper Hill and Others to Hk ' Be United Expert Examinations j Said to Have Been Favorable. Tho syndicate of local talent now pro H1 motlnjr a consolidation of the Congor j and Illinois, the Midland and Copper XL ui yiuups uu jjiiis""" - - f 1 the present owners of Uie territory will, ! it Is said, dorlve about $400,000, has been granted a thirty-day extension of Its bond on the Congor, and to consummate tho undertaking- is at present working J -with a big- Eastern1 crowd. Much of the territory In tho transaction has already i been subjected to expert examination, with results that are characterized as quite favorable. The Congor has long been recognized as a mine ready, under i favorable conditions, to begin the re- Ij imburHemcnt of its owners, while upon ( the property of...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 February 1904

i n The Sait Tj attic Tbibotte: Friday MoBmxG, February 26, 1904. 7 IfiWALLSTREET 4 Take a Noticeable jj Upward Shoot. lAT0RS READY TO PLAY Slight Buying From the Commission Housos. glares Abroad and War Newe J? to Advance tho Market i in All Lines. jrtRK. Feb. 23.-Tho tentative ef 'STprlccs upward which was Yesterday and the day before S'aarKct met with bolter bug ., Tho most favorablo condl .froni abroad again, just as the from that, direction haw previous efforts to advance L-nteinent was of a negative Kelr. consisting In an un- aSfcrwfflchaoccllrrCd o- banking housos at va WfoWo continent nerved to tmosDhero and to crcato the Wfho weak spots were now tho inystcry and suspense .vMrntlr tho view taken In Sets themselves. Tho cx 4sston la Russian securit cs 'fewn tho causo of financial ?b Franco and Germany have looted W tho Japanese naval ffSS tho latest affair at Port wmethlng of an antidote to ffi tho bourses which are -JSed to Russian securities, Si of th fortnightly settle ffi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 February 1904

8 The Saxt Lake Tehjtjots: Friday MoRimra Fjebuxlahy 26, 190 457 ft 1 IN THE WOED OP SPORT H BOISE BOY GOT HIS MAN IN THE SECOND. II ii (Special lo The Tribune.) f riOISB, Idn., Fob. 25. "Eddlo" Bunts of ij.ilso atomicd "Billy" Moore of Now Or- i, leans In the Hccond round of what was to ..uve been a. twonty-round contest at the J Natatorlum tonight, j Mooro was unable to protect his fltom- f ach and every time the men camo togeth- cr Burns planted hard blows at short 0 range around his opponent's heart. ' jr The Now Orleans boxvr was about ton joundB heavier than the local man and nad plenty of apeed. He forced mattora. but Bums bldid his timo and devoted all I nia attention to Moore's stomach and I lioari. , . , U In the first round Moore mnu a tenillc II) rush. Burns Kide-xteppud and Moore uliot IS HOUSES RACED IN MUD ) BEFORE GOOD OROWD i . JH SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 2S.-Iuddy Si icolnp again prevailed for Die races at " Oakland today, but lino weather drew a j Kood attendance. Favo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 February 1904

1 m The Salt t,a'ttb Tktbuio3:Feii)ax Mojxng, Fekrtjary 26, 1904. 9 j H i:rpR00F OF PUBLIC CONFIDENCE 8 ASSETS " " $105 856 311.60 SIGNIFICANT FACTS I The Number of Policies in force is greater than that of 1 This Company's Policy-claims paid in 7 1903 I any other Company in America and greater than that of all averaged in number one for each minute and'' a third H the Regular Life Insurance Companies put together (less one) of each business day of 8 hours each, and, inamount, and can only be appreciated by comparison. It is a greater $89.00 a minute the year through. " I H s number than the COMBINED POPULATION of Con- &sas w 1 , necticut, Vermont,New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Dela- frPfeaa!? THE DAILY AVERAGE OF THE COMPJSNY'S, 11 1 ware, Florida, Colorado, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, : MSL?SiPL I BUSINESS DURING J903 WAS: 'I I Nevada, Montana, Idaho, North Dakota, South Dakota, ill I 359 per day in Number of Claims Paid. "I ' H Utah, Alaska, Arizona New MexicoDistrict of Colum...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 February 1904

B iq The Salt IjAJOe TKrcranE: Friday Moknxn"G, February 26, 1904. f INT AND ABOUT H w TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, $j 2SS Washington Ave., Telephone 111 I 9 ' WANT EXPERIMENT STATION. H Fruit Growers of Weber County Will i Petition Legislature, jj OGDEN, Feb. Efi.-Tomorrow afternoon ft tho Fruit-Growers' association of Webor V countvVlll hoia a mooting to perfect Its I organization by tho election of officers. I It Is said that as soon as tho association 1 Is In working order a petition will ho pro I pared which will bo presented to the 1 Stato Legislature, asking for tho ealao Sj Ushmcnt o an experiment station In c ffi her county. They allege that neither of m the two stations now In operation K 18 nnv direct results to Weber county, and I ho fruit Industry Is tho leading one I of tho county tthey ask that a local sta ff lion be established. IS Inquest in Jackson Explosion. 1 The Coroner's Jury, I? rendering A? ft verdict ns to the cause of tho cut-off dlb- 3 at"r of last Friday, may b...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 February 1904

SBJBBHSBBB l The Salt Lake Tribune: fkcdat Moknxstg, ITebiixtaey 26, 1904. 11 i . I : I Bi ADDITIONAL j icLASSlFlED ADS ... I W ON PAfiE 12 j M ?Sap building lots. JSSTII EAST AND CTH SOUTH f AR LINES, ELEC. LIGHTS, iVvTER. 36 FT. BY 6 RODS. $C0 u 'balance on terms de- ik gD AT 1 FER CENT; ?m A ! v. c rods $75 cnsh, balanco on 4 C'.yJrlA I at 7 per cent; $225. j rt caJh. balance on terms 4 hi 7 per cent; $500. , kt? ' corner. $175 cash, balanco on p jfteSS at 7 ror cent; 5o50. I i MONET TO LOAN 4 REPAYABLE jEJIALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS. j1 H(MES BUILT TO SUIT. U AND SPECIFICATIONS FUR- NISHED. J. ! ' f THE STRINGER CO.. i si WEST 2ND SOUTH ST. slSSL I'll? THE BALLS ARB TO j THE ROMAN CANDLE LLL-cs-and ability aro to tho homc- w bSlness. There's plenty of cn--5Rud dependability In tho business P'ffDONNAN REAVIS. I I HOMEBUH-DER. I II AT THE SIGN: lL.C ROOF IS OVER YOUR .4 We" HEAD?" tm R.arls l now located at 7S West 2nd .jErtHet, but will move to magnificent Jt 'Heta at S2-34 Main street...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 26 February 1904

ft 13 - TH:E SAXT !Li TETSUOSTiJ: FRIDAY MOTOmSTG, FEBHUATttT 26, 1904:. if? I I . 1 1 " 1 1 ' 1 iii ii i - - i ", ' -r-r SPRING, GENTLE SPRING Ht Tho weather is settled, and according to Kl 1 th -weather clorlc umbrellas and storm- Ha i a ooaL. vrlLl not be In voguo today. "Fair" 3 ! f sCL is tho way tho slg- 1 1 tvtoPU nnl flag of tho j wuajhor b u r o a u I Yesterday was an HR a I .-rftf Ideal uprlng day. T I FSaBKr Tho thrcatoned JJ WVRHl storm, with a fnll- H'; 4 If. ; ygffBR- -3 Ing morcury, which HU ran w.is predicted for s X luBS Wednesday night ' X icTmR and yeBterday, sldo- ; j rf wtjt stopped this city , ; 4t3SB5i ond went north, j i d vL Tho maximum Hj J " nrii . temperature yestor- ?! day was 03 decrees; low, 10 decrees. Hli Horo 1 the. record at othor points: j Max. Mln. axmvr Cloudy..., 70 M Grand Junction Cloudy... ..0 Jft galena. C ourtjv ..SO -i H ' Pocatollo Ft. cloudy.. ..5 s Modena Cloudy.... 64 4S 1 iWlnnemucoa. Clear.... 63 oC 'j Blue Point Porfectos, Two for ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 February 1904

WrttfL the classified, ads in CTjT I L L 1 . y A a friT .A, W I A -i ALL THINGS come to him -f j H WIL STTNDAT TBXBTJNE, SH iHlll ' 1 ' i 1 Vl I L Him I nlnl 111 who waits, but speedier re- ' H 7, you nro in need of f g t MX 5k 1 11 1 A I lUfe ' IX (A i , B 11111 1 I f suits are obtained by usinff 'f H hL i1 tpoL1' Na 31T- L Sajlt Lake City, Utah, Saturday Moknxntg, February 27. 1904. 12 fhges.five Cents, 1 j ir t eveLowE of flhme 1 1iJ iw 1m 1 I feJ! Jp Russian : A f W ' I INS B" ESSEWDS ON THE BHC I m Ikl I ll I I FORBES CLOSING $ H I i m $ eiTY OF ROCHESTER I 1 J jTk i ml I if I 1 IN ON EHC2H OTHER J WW Jl 1 B 1 pester, N. L Visited by the Most Destructive Fire fill Ifs BistoryBlaze Started in Early Morning and fyged Unchecked for Several Honrs. Feb. 26.-At ii tonight ten engine wore ourlng gj ot water on tho ruins of moat l,rtlall dry goods quarter oC Roch r Oliree of the tvo department ain Roolioster v-cro consumed in u'hleh cauMd a Iohh of more i J3.COO.000. Tlu? Sibley. Linds...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 February 1904

H'j 2 The SALTliAKE rimjimB: Satvkdasz MomzmG, Febkuaky 2T 1904. v I I;' Labor Troubles Painted in :j Lurid Words Before Con- gressional Committee. J. C. Craig of the Citizens' i Alliance of Danver Tells 1 Why He Is Opposed to tho Pending Conspiracy fifleas j ur0, I i WASHINGTON. Feb. 26. "Colorado can literally be called 'bleeding Colo rado owing to what has taken place there In the last ten years," said J. C." Craig, president of the Citizens' Alli ance of Denver, in an address today before the House Judiciary committee, m opposition to the conspiracy bill. Mr. Craig was the first speaker at to- day's hearing. He devoted his time to a discussion of labor troubles of the State. He recounted the various clashes between the unions and the mine ope- Irators, which ho declared was at tended by violence and abuses on the part of the miners of such-.i nature that the newspapers of the State were un able to publish the assaults. MANY LIVES LOST. J ' He told of many lives being lost ', thr...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 February 1904

j; The 'Salt Tjatttc Teebtine: Saturday Mok3Stcstg3 February 27, 1904. 3 j, H UNB BRANCH OFFICE, I jSncton Ave, Tchonc 111 J 1 GJri Said to Bo Enamored oC ,1fliJr?y nn Offending Black, ttl hrv Feb. 2T.-IU tlc JIinilcip.il court If T ' ,ornlng John Phillips, a nccro, Dfl,W n " d Sfd sent to the rock pile ii'Sffl . ,wvs Tho crime for which -A arrested was consorting with jl !?? of a well-known family and tief, n't the Ogdcn hleh school. A Ml ic"nf ettcn) wrc found written by Jmij l-jlxr of 'elX ,R.r na3io "Olive." and 0J 4' f& the negro In many ySM .er ne. The neKro was unmtin- irin, to state llmt the love was all f2 ?ffiVs sldo that 1,0 dWn-t care iJS 'a1 or her The nepro Is said to iS ff-ltcrt the slrl in hor home. u! i ., Hardman, who has Just re- '. orrls ar"" , ' t San irninciaco. un V Xt Charles Sawtclle. who for- reffil I" Owlen. has Invented a 'H tJle Sasollne motor for automobile 5 that J3 certain to revolutionize l.earrlttgc busbies. A company Effofflzed in San Francisco...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 February 1904

4 The Salt Laice TiOBins: Satuhday Mokntog,, February 27, 1904. P Issued Ev?ry Morning by Salt Lako Tribune Publishing Company. K- PERRY S. HEATH, fi I Publisher and General Monger. Entered at tho Postofflce of Salt Lake, Clly as ncjonfl-class mattor. 3 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. F, ' Dally and Sunday Tribune, one week.? .23 ; Dally and Sunday, one month l.co DaJh and Sunday, two months 2.W, ! Dallv and Sunday, three months .... 3.oo 1 Dallv and Sunday, one year 4 S nday Tribune, one year z- Snday Tribune, six mcnthn i.w Seml-Weckly Tribune, one year...... l.w "f All remittances and bualnoso letters 4 should bo addreeaed to l TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, ,) Salt Lako City. Utah. Ji S. C Beckivlch, Special AKency. Solo A E-ssern Advertising Agent. ?lcrn ; ! flee, 43-U-15-47-4S-49 Tribune Building. New; nH York. Western office. 510-512 Tribune .jj Huild'lns. Chicago. Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. H Tribune Telephone Numbors. Business Offlce -i";'?'35- ji City Editor M-3 ngs j! News and ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 February 1904

J TKS Silft liASB TBIBTOTBi SATURDAY FEBRTjAKY 27, 1904, 5 . j H Urifllcritful Informal hmcneon waa . P,t.,,...d w&s hostess. Yellow SOS. W?, carried out In Use decoratione. ."i'trpiec toeing of daffodil, with 'Krtlloff- bbon cxtondinc dlag Ib -oes taD, 8-n(I candelabra IKnn yHow Covers wcro laid for ?;ifr M. Hempstead's guer.Ln wcro H?Htr M- W1W. Mrs. -Alma Katz, !: S Grant Young. Mm. IS. A. Tripp, f'jr'flvillas) p.okl and Miss Af ton Young. . Jj; jascpli E- aliirli- was bostciw at a ill rIV'a! 1UUC)l'V),1 y''Ster'lay al Nr lL -ccj is horue from fallftirci'.a, ts acco&ipimlrd bi3 famtly several IK. Mr' j, The family will remain In " flmTrftUg for tnne liino, and Mr. Wood ffl lEtfs 'J1 his sun-Jn-law, F. J. Ilogen 'fErji weeh improwd In health. Iff lt jjiice friend of Soulra Coop. A.A Linlwrnlnr of his marrta which yft- iiqq on Thursday evening In Now 1 A Ifl l"-'d0 W3JI MJ!o- Canncn 1'0SC. -3 pccapll"'03 French jflrl whom Mr. 5". 'I Lrtftfhon studying In Pari h a. fow "p Mr...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 February 1904

01 j 6 fHE SaIP ILJKE SATUITOAY MORXDSTG, FEBRUARY 27, 1904. . In : PRESIDENT DERM HOME j: Impressed With the Gold j Mines of Mexico. ' CAPTIVATED BY THE CUBAN i jj , Did Not Invost In Bonanzas of I Annexation of Cuba the Dream of a 1 Large Element Down There The J Yankee Much in Evidence. I Whilo Hon. John Dcrn. president of the I Con. Mercur, did not bring back with him I a Cuban bonanza as a souvenir of Ills $ ' tinimn, into that, rccion of rcses and I . in which he was accompanied by Sirs. Dcrn. ho did return yesterday with Ids avoirdupois visibly increased and a fund ' of most instructive information on tho newest of Republics. In his voyago Mr. 1 Dern proceeded hy way of Mexico, at the capital of which latter Republic he met many Americans with some Utah forces among them, while in tho diggings there tho Stato Is Quito freely represented. Tho mining interests in tho cstato of Victor Clement aro Quite highly spoken of at the capital, while it is quite generally con ceded that H...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 February 1904

l- The Salt Lake TmcBTrNTE: Saturday February 27, 1904. 7 I NmEET INACTIVE "to V jlt it Boost Pr,ces ? pgain a Failure. jMoS HAVE TO GIVE UP. iSlock Sales Fall Under J Million Mark, ; . ' c& Losses and 0ther Mat" ill fciftltlntheSlnandal ; "H World. ; l4 1 llsu4ioBK, Feb. M.-An attempt was itfEy the rally In prices on stock yeeterday BtlH further todny. AUtEl sains ero established, and iKter lel the demand had ncar th0 zcro ,,olnt thRL abandoned tholr efforts to yifc lis rise. HIyeVu wmo lncrcaso in selling mmm. tat this did not havo much no K Klijng n fact had tho appear W triers' ventures for a foil nftcr iyk It demonstrated that prices W Lwup- Yesterdays rally had miS tack 10 nout ,tno V;1 tw ' left off on Saturday last. K measured about the ro il - X; S&facter New developments . -i Sef Importance but tho curront Seated th continuance- of soma "i ?rorablo features which havo i Jcarkct under pressuro for some .. ft Railroad earnings presented 'MO factory showing with tho e...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 February 1904

! 8 The SaitLake Trtbxtte: Satokday Moetn'g-, February 27, 1904. f IS 1 OZAR'S FAREWELL ! TO GEN. KUROPATKiN 1 1 Bids Wnrrior Chief GodspeKl and 1 ' Sucoeas in His Under -" . taking, i . . . ' ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. 2C. A stlr ;i ring manifesto 10 the army was issuod by the Cnar today in tho form o a mcs . j jpe to Gen. Kuropatkin, the" commun al der-Jn-c-hlef of the Russian army In the , Far East, as follows:' "Although as head of the military ad )! 1 ministration since 1SSS, you havo worked I wjlh energy and nj-sldulty to reorganize and perfect the army, your work is not ot done. The hour has come when I ; mus: summon you to head my valiant army, to defend the honor and sover i elgnty of KusMa and her soveraign ; i (shtE in the Far East. Xnowlng your j J brilliant gifts and eminent preparations I for battle, I am glad to entrust to you E tho ivsponolble command of my Man H thurlan army against the Japanese, on J our leaving your work nn Minister A May Ood help you In your difficult ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 February 1904

H SSs" Sam? Lake Thtbuxe: Saturday MoiamG-, Pebkxjahy" 2771904? T I SKandsheavy PjAMAGE FOR INJURY Ml to Secure. S25.000 Piled in Dis- L Court b7 K. I". Holmberg Sf ffor Shock From Live Wire 4 ! 'Si ... CO CALENDAR ffl f Gases Sot for Today. 3 fd' motion calendar. . 5! SRSfKo.S-Hon.C.W.Moe. J St SeofVtahvs Frank Rose. q jSonNo.Hon.T. D. Lwls, ?Hnritta Roecamp vs. Thomaa CITY COURT. tfjfl I Oril Dlvlslon-Hon. H. S. Tanner, J. aw damaso suit was instituted in 3' 'rtitriot court yesterday by- John fiE-wr m odminletrator of the estate UmLtin F. Holmborg, deceased, against HI'' "tts the Minneapolis Steel and 'UJEUjit company complaint allages that tho defend OJjjfVtiie ongaged as a structural Iron worker in the employ of the de- .i7JSr?')nipa3J'. came in contact with a iS.ScwJr on December 1. 1003. and v8Krf Bhock from which ho immedl- IPR &seaeed was 28 years of age, and fe and child who were dependent 'Xn Ma. i PROGRESS IN SECURING HOSE JURY urors havo been secured in the rial of F...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 February 1904

iq The Sait Lake Tbootte: Saturday MokniGs February 27, 1904. 0 1 (PRESIDENT SIGNS ' ' CANAL PROCLAMATION 1 1 Exchange of Ratifications Takes Place and the Treaty Is Now Formally in Effect Legal Questions On-' 5 ly Remain to Be Settled. 13 WASHINGTON', Feb. 26. President u Roosevelt today signed the proclamation 8 putting into effect the treaty with fit Panama regarding the Isthmian canal. S As soon as the proclamation was I! signed It was returned to the State de- I partmcnt, whero the exchange of ratlfl- I cation had taken place between Secre- i tary of State Hay and Minister Bunau- Varilla of Panama. j Tho Cabinet was in session when the I proclamation reached the White House 1 from the State department. Secretary I Loeb took the document to the Fresl- fj dent and he signed it immediately. S The President may not send to I the Senate his appointments on the . n Isthmian Canal commission before the f. first of next week. He has been in- 1 rormed by telegraph that Benjamin M. 11 Ha...

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