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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

J' ' te5 Sait Iazb TRimnm; guyDAY MoitiTyGr February as, 1904. 19 ; H !,tl to bo sealed at small throuBli tlio rooms. At found dointy cards wltli. , inch, souvenirs sent by club's ilrst president, who 5 California. A box o waa also sent from Cal f n be distributed to the taclS of the Place cards bcautlCul words: da flower for every puest In the dear home nest. V life may our graces 5 way till you come to be ,o hill may you find many , your hearts tlirough the "ro exquisitely beautiful hltc carnations, plumosn lit- red or whlto candles ho center of each Mrs. listed In seizing by her ?lc Arnold Smith. Harry iobert Dalglelsh. ro luncheon sweet strains rendered by Mrs Emma neon llnlfhcd, the mem rollcnll with appropriate which the historian. Mr. ivc a well written report Snpllslicd by ih club In This was followed by a nor given by Mm L. 13. 'critlc-B standpoint, Mrs. i tho work of the federa-f-hc Salt Lake Clubs." expressed by tho morn ing Mrs. IV. A. Nolden Icker among us. but botli Dl...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

SOCIETY. I (Continued from Preceding Page.) a postmaster fit Logan, spent Monday with J Postmaster Clove. Jj I Mrs. D. S. Evcrsoll roturncd homo, j . . Thursday, after a week's visit In Sanpoto 1 county. She reports a most delightful I time among friends. , Hi The presidents of the Sixth ward M. I. A. ; ' wore both delightfully surprised TuesdaM ; j evening by the entire membership of tho r J associations, who concluded to take charge J of tho mcctlnc and turn It Into a .social, U The basement of the mectlng-hoiisc was I nicely decorated, tho evening spent In a v mirth-provoking games. Delicious rc 1 i freshmcnts wore served by tho .young In, i dies of the ward, tho young men furnlsh ! I Ing the Ice cream, i j Tho Misses Duscnbcrry entertained a, 1 few Salt Lake friends at dinner at their ! j homo. IIS South Academy avenue, last 5j Sunday. i 5 Rev. H. N. Hansen of tho Reorganized i church left Tuesday for Council Bluffs, la, Br Miss MIna Houston of tho County f Clerk's office, spent...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

I "xhe Salt SIake Tsimnsms &uTAyr'Mbh3njk&, February" 2, 1904, 21 j rchcstraj TrCOUBhly enjoying r,5' -Mrtincau is visiting in hhe? Smdmothcr. Mrs. fprcston. . BWtoril is entertaining Miss n Rcose ba-vo returned , Jlrs. D- i: visit of a month ct 10 SPCn j,trC. tnc ,sont' , . U Campbell S-Cg.uarnc 3Vn relative?- nt ccntcrvillo has been L t Wrlrht of Ilyrum of Mrs. Carlisle Monday jday. , , . Filrthdav party given rfhtful succesn. College Woman's club SrcffianSe Sculpture In tL Tonic Mrs- George v,ta ih? leader Tho club will 't firi H. ! Slyer Monday , i.,nt oniorlalnment was glv ffS , Ward moollng-houso ll by tho Primary as- that wrd. which was n jgulnc success . nr Miss Mary B. Nlcl f"'' l7att t00k PlaC - ,n TJrht mot Tuesday after S o-ckS at Tho B. Y. college. on of Chicago spent Thursday 3r ct Logan- IHKTI SOeiETY. (Social to Tho Tribune.) druclor Clara w. Rcld of tho B. inert? in Mnntl visiting with his 3. tfllUam T. Reid is very s'ck i bxa confined to his bed Xor mv- , ....

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

jj 22 The Sajjt Lake Tbzbtote: Sundavz Moexdtg, FEBRUABY 28, 190 4:. . II : - i - r I si tj lilltlo of interest has been going on in J J the music world of Salt Lake during the j past week, but aa event is scheduled for I Thursday next which would atone for I' i many weeks of dullness In any city. Mme. I Lillian Blauvelt, the renowned soprano l' singer, is to make her first appearance I ' in tlilfl city under the auspices of the I . u Philharmonic GuaranteclnK association. IJi The concert Ib to be held In the- First Congregational church on Thursday eve- I ; f nine and will bo second in Intercut to no I ,j musical event of the year. 11 lime. Lillian Evans Blauvclt is a native i American, having been born in Brooklyn L a llttlo less than thirty-one years uko. I jl a verv early age she evinced a decided :' talent for music and begun tho Atudy of I1 the violin at the age of 7. At 15 It was I h discovered that the young violinist had a I voice of great promise, so the ylolm wab ItI put ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

I The Salt ILake Tbibtje; stotday Moiorore. February 28, 1904. 23 5lswim fc CAPITAL I iSaUWo The Tribune.) IRSannlns women in Wash- ''Ir tr is rs clQrencc DUnn 'lf?the P"tty young wife of -Mr' .five at large from WSf Mrs. Van Duzcr, before v at, six years as- was Mlss ipsfiff Abater of Cynthlana, Ky. Jlowlns but oC tne fcftfl',rl and the gracious tCh rfiiner. Mr. and Mrs. Van i L their 3 years old son. occu home on Q street, just m Jlrclc whe" the pretty t M S,tf been keeping open house 1ft i. the Tuesdays In Feb- ; 1 S byM-Kehoe. wife of j -m ckV Congressman, nnd by U M Ui In m 0rlcntal den' brlght ?f logs-real logs, not gas :f T B monster crystal bowl. 1 i with smllax, holds seductive' j 1? W are other hospitalities ( J"J L which Mrs. VanDuzer Is j ,'Lldc in white lace or satin, R V ! s in her curling dark hair, Jl r receptions rank high in U i Mrs. Oscar Turner of. ? wd Mre. Van Duzer have E l Ia of the season together, i York and Washington be- J . i Turner's departure for Call-...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

H 24- The Salt JLajo Tribute: Suistday Mokstng, February 2S, 1904. - I; ij 1 1 Willi In two weeks- the members of tlio sixteen baseball teams which I compose the National ami American j leagues will be in active training for i what Is exppcted to be one of the most ; J hotly contented campaign? in the history I of the national game-. With two rival ! ' organizations 5'irlving by every means ' i for llic approbation of the public and ! !J ."the spoils that come with tills pa tronage, tJie season will be enlivened i by many stoutly. fought battles. The situation In New York Is interest Ins. Last year the rivalry began with the entry of the American league Into f New York, but the local team was t handicapped by the delayed1 construc tion of the grounds and for transpor.ta--tlon facilities. The local National League club received the support of the fanatics, and this palicinge the. Ameri can league team will attempt to reduce. Bitter na the local war will be, there ' are league Interes...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

5! The Sam? Lake Tbibukei Sunday MoKmyq." Fjbbruary 281904:7 W ' I Sst.i T LAKE CITY, Feb. -fc-Pleaso ' OT n next Sunday's Question and FllS olmn when and where the Uncle Tom dlcd.-A Reader. Wtt law been so many of him that cr thc qucslion- ? ia number of him have yet to die. Cw5 WnrT0N. V' "cb- 22--plGasc pu,b" iWR date of the dedication of the 1 v. Temple. (2) The year that 4 aiJSfrl5 "rS went through Utah, ,Ke -Subscriber. 3 'lrl Kue ? ki1nfoSlon . A and B were play- -5 55$ dX same of cribbage. A .'Jh w?nl,r-not. B plays a seven, A ?s a n"e sSt. 73 plays A six. B ??-! W R run o7 four, and A says it Is S.n "f tnree. Which is correct? ifSnoffou,e & Imrrs-TAIN VIEW, Wyo.. Feb, 22. 5 Ku ptase in your next issue give K fflarae of the proper party to 6 ti l Stly patented article with & fmrte for mcdnl at St. Louis fair, ft ?Jo is there any way of ascer 2 idwr the number of hotels andrcs & vfnis the United States, a. How ?jfr SSllman Palace cars are in use at Q jXt "mo in th...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

im B '26 TE SAIZF ILcl- & Ijji (Tribune Special Correspondence.) WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. The late i! Senator Hanna was obllsred lo give w!' serious consideration to tho uec- of his a name for the Presidency. His personal I friends, as well as a number of Repub- Hcans who did; not want Roosavelt noml- nnted, urged him in the strongest terms LS to allow the use of his name. From tho a election last fall In Ohio until within j! a short time before his Illness ho was J constantly besieged with letters and Sj personal solicitations that he enter the j race and make a vigorous push for the ij nomination. That Mr. Hanna would ?). have liked the Presidency there is no question. Could' he have Kien a straight 1" victory for himself he would no doubt I have been In the field. Those who were y closest to him are aware that ho K weighed tho matter carefully and de- 1, termined that his candidacy at this time ijl Tvould have been unwise, and might -v have rendered Republican success it doubtful...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

if H Ij The Salt Lake Teeshne: Sottdat MoirNxcsra, February 28, 1904. ' 27 I vfiL - ' 5 Act O IS - l&f O O. Whcbc ; isj i TRACTIONS THIS WEEK. In Tike Theatre Charles Hanford 'p.rSd III." Monday and Tuesday 'bH ' "The Old Guard." amd "The Sfof the Shrew." Wednesday aft Hi , Md "The Merchant of Venice.' ?Mf evening: "The Silver Slip- Si n?hSsday. Friday and Saturday Jai 1111(3 Saturday afternoon- i'lte? Lles B. Hanford will appear In hki Krd ni." next Monday and Tues ?S at the Salt Lake Theatre. otjS: SLnid Guard" and "The Taming of rfcr2 ifchrew' will be given Wednesday Jttrr.oon at 3 o'clock and the cngage t tat will close Wednesday evening j! STk "The Merchant of Venice. Mr. , - 5 lUri's representative, in speaking CO.c the work of this actor, says: Mr.t -id has made his impression on me as a distinctly Shakespearean fand after the usual long and ar appronUceshlp is now in full cn nt of the rewards that await the -'liijer who has demonstrated his right : Bte entrusted with the...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

KflT 1T3GB SALT XtAKE TBIBIOSnB; btTKUATT FKBKU. AK1T 28, 1904. ' I Current Publications. Ilj ETHNOLOGICAL BEEOET. Si Twentieth Annual RPrtt?L?Lg.T? 1 of American Ethnolosy. to Bccretar f Printing Office, Washington. f The report ot tlio director occuPle tho P I first portion of this fine law volume; It jj $ comprlBCS an Introduction, explanation ot M field research nnd exploiatlon, offlc re search and work In csthetoloey, technol ' ogy. coclology. philology, sophiolosy. dc Hcrlptlve ethnology-, collections, and the - various subdivisions of these general to ! Pics. An accompany in paper by W. H. ii Holmes describes aboriginal potlei j ot tlio Eastern United States; It Is "l"1 1 by 177 plates and 70 figures, many of the I plate? and figures taelnc la 1b a wealth of prehistoric lore In this pa ll per and In thr, collections which are made 1 to Illustrate It. The utensils, aitomcn", J implements and figures ot various sorts made by tho aborigines aw very curious and remarkably varied....

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

f- ' TH:E BAIT IjAKE TRTBTOsTE: SUNDAY MOKNTNG, FEBRUARY 28, 1904. q mm IN HOUSE, f SKIPS IN SENATE SLa on Bls Requiring American $SfStesels Transport of Gov- emment Supplies. ' ars'GTON, Fob. 27. Tho Sonata to "dfLned nearer to a filibuster than frmcr occasion during tho pres- ,1 Tbo demonstration was mado ?rl ,rt of tho Democratic Senators 1 Rmnlrlnff the uso 01 : 'American WS o shipment of Government "Si j'and amendment after amend- i? rA -n.fl onlv to be laid on tho of Mr. Halo, In charge 1 enAo numerous votes were In- ' r-lUi doubt, so that between rJ r9L5 of proceduro tho entire ses hL5 fa turned. On most of the votes "2?- iSd 1 on parly Unes. but Mr. :70 iff? four times voted with 4 Mr Mitchell tried to Phfumo Arthe bill shall take W J ft in this he had tho co-operation al Dlotrlch and Fulton, Rcpub- 42 o tho Democrats. At tho dav Mr Halo consented to 'lurial mod flcatlons of tho bill, J LSS unanimous agreement was - f PV??te on It next Tuesday. Amoved I to lay on tho table a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

H j p THJ3 8AXT T,ATOa TBIBTOOSi SUNDAY MoitmjNTQ-, FjEBRTJABT 28, 1904. . fc I I CUPID'S PRANKS. 1 Trying His Bost to Make tho "World Go Round Swiftly, f From the grim cell of a New York police station Cupid fired a dart alm- lossly into the air. Across the continent, j over mountains, lakes, and plains, 'It $ flew. Far over the crest of the Rockies j and across the frontier Into Canada, In j far off Asslnlbola It found Its mark Ill the heart of a young Canadian farmer. L pretty Florence Pilgrim, an clghtecn i year-old New York girl, was a paid singer In the Brick church In Hfth ' avenue, but l03t her position through SI illness. She was the sole support of a. widowed mother, and when they could 1 J no longer keep the gaunt wolf of hun 4 ger from their door Florence, grown ft desperate through her mother's sufter 1 ' ings, went to a dry goods store and J : obtained goods on a forged order from J a credit customer. She was arrested h and, having no friends, went to jail. Every day t...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

p)l .' The Saxt 3Lajo3 Teibune: Sunday Moeotetg, Fjebruart 28, 1904. I- I f lARDEN GEO. N. DOW . K GOES TO HIS REWARD fJW State Prison Official Passed Away Yesterday, After a Lingering Illness Many Names Mentioned in Con iT ' nection With His Possible Successor. i:s Dow, warden, of tho Utah I itctlary, died at 7:30 o'clock yes I fey morning; after a long and paln- ' IGhss. For more than a year tho .j ka had been suffering' -with an af fcaof the heart and a virulent caso disease. Several times ho, tn quite low. but was thought 3 t02l Improving up to within a few njjjjKof his death. Ho had been unaolo 3f.fJrfcan his duties for some tlmo and yjjfeii C. "Wright has been acting as lift (fe death was directly duo to a visit 'i to the city last week. He i 5? ent're day In town and re ItlsiB ' Pr'on completely tired The over-exertion was too much ''VEfBHto condition becamo suddenly "rid15, Dr- Tl B Beatty the family 1 'Sp' did everything possible to re Cahjjfcjlilj suffering, but there was ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

I B TBCE SAXT XidJOJ TjRTBTOTE: Stotdat MORNXtfGr, Febkuahy 28, 1904:. i . i : . . IU ' A host of friends in Salt Lako, Ocdcn P ' and Provo will read vJUi Interest of tlio marrlago of 2vli83 Amy T. Pike, aauehtor I of Mr. and Mrs. John W Plko of this I1' ' city, and Dr. Ulysses V. Wlthco of Ocden, I , whloh took place yesterday at noon at tho University club In tills city. Owing to tho ; Illness of Rev. Mr. Ooshcn, tho coremony was performed at the club Instead of at ' tho homo of tho brldo'a parents. Tho ( brido woro a golng-away gown of tan j broadcloth, with hat to match. Thero .wore j no attendants, and tho only witnesses of fit tho coremony woro tho brldo'a parents and P Mrs. Lizzio H. Coray. Dr. and Mrs. a Withce loft at noon for a two months' 1? visit In California, nftor whicli they will , return to Utah to make tholr homo. The ' I lwst wishes of all tholr frlond3 will at ; tend them, yl Mrs. Joseph H. Younj; was the hostesa i at a vory beautiful luncheon yeaterday, 5 given ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 February 1904

H fjW ftrtttwOUnesol Clas- 4- (Pti W H fff P i V f ' ' I 5 itfed Advertisements Was "-g IB Wr jl ' 1 0? & S4A4 TEL:L Y0UB "WANTS to 4- JB 'Sb TRIBUNE Score Yes- A Bll fl SizSw TB I I I 7 (TO 1 $ I W lflW 4- tho People in the Classified lS ! 7, d Every 111110 WaS 18L JF J I I (?i J J) g S I P J I 1 1 1 I P ? Ir Pages of THE TRIBUNE- 4- 6 J . jfcsult-Producor. 4- TOL-sSfiA 1 JUL ScaST 9L 1 , SL VL j S5y(lL JJL Hl !L 1L1 (L, BL I EL JL ill L SLyv -r You Know Who to Tell 4 i 1; yTJSr WT V W JJJWW Tour TrouWen to. 4- ''t ' C- ' V WEATHER TODAY Fair. . l '7 3 319 Salt Lake City, Utah, Mospay MommrG-, February 29, 1904, "10 phes.fivb Cents. I illiniinary Battles Be lWeen Scouting Par ities Mark the Approach if of the Main Portion the Warrior Bosts--fpussians Attempt to Morprise Japanese Out most. 4ivlces From the Front Toll of 'disembarkation ef Vast Num rjjjjgr of Japanese Troops In ;oia Vicinity of Chemulpo '(Mladolvstock Reported to Be JpiDckaded by Japan 3sq War-Jaihips--Russian Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 February 1904

B; 2 The Sait:Lake tribute: moistdax moeotzstg-, iolbrtjakt- zy, im I - - : ife II GUNS TH0N0ERE0, 1 ' BATTERIES ROARED If Graphic Story of Soa right at Port p Arthur by a Russian Corre- Lj spondent. , LONDON, Feb. 2D. A Russian corrc- apondcnt of the Associated Press at Port Arthur, cabling under yesterday's P date, describes the combat between the J Russian cruiser Novlk and the Japan- jj eso squadron, following the attempt oC K? the Japanese to bottle up the Russian M fleet in Port Arthur February 24th, as rj. follows: I "The Novlk, Impetuously bearing K down on the squadron of the enemy, was observed to fire on the Japanese ji flagship, and she then immediately , opened fire with all her batteries. The Japanese answered with a running lire. ' "The guns of our squadron thundered i and the batteries of ihe forts roared. iJ The battle had begun. "The Novlk, nolng at full speed, did ; not give the enemy a chance to aim, but flew by, her bow guns belching forth solid shot. Then, turn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 February 1904

1 THE IiAKB TMBU3JE: MONDAY MOK5H3STG, FEBHUABY 29, 1904. o H jjjj j J IN AND ABOUT H Sff ''J TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE. 1 1 ies Washington AVC" JS Si ! BOILERMAKERS' STRIKE. !? " ' " m : m the Men in Ogden Shops Lay j Down Tools. Vfl t OGDBK. Feb 28-Tho boiler makers' M i i solute in 0Bctn. Not one of yMj . qhowcd up for work today, and Wt e B!2,ri2v2 that tlioy will not take up Vfl 't'foS S again until their demands arc K ; ,belrXl with So far as known nothing nfl ' complied IJ" Indicate whether or not H l! d?h?l IroU organizations will bo m ?. At m sympntfiv with the boiler fM L.ra It Is EJd, however, that the mnt Bl -n be brought before tho Trades and Si ?rf .fembly and If the railroad com- ! wJ?q nol comply with their demands &"otgorSan.atU.s will be called out. i!TBD3UNE WILL BULLETIN 3JEWS FREE TO OGDEN CITIZEN ' -, residents of Oftfen aro Invited to 1 riiM bulletin boards In front of Tho I lhn! office 2W Washington avenue. S? The Trlbime will bulletin all the lm Stint news o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 February 1904

4 IEna S-AI3P XtAKE Tribune Moxday Mobning-, Fsbruaut 29, 1904. v Sgp 11 Issued Every Morning by j Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. If PERRY S. HEATH, B Publisher and General Manager. F Entered at tho Postofflco of Salt LaK, I City oa second-class matter. I TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. I I Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono weok.J .25 I I Dally and Sunday, ono month l.w. Dally and Sunday, two months. Dallv and Sunday, thrco months .... 3.w I,- Dally and Sunday, ono year Sunday Tribune, ono year Sunday Tribune, sir months I ! Soml-Weekly Tribune, ono year All remittances and buslne-38 letters J should bo addressed to R TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, K Salt Lako Ctty. Utah, r; S, C. Beckwlth, Special Apcncy. Solo J Eastern Advertising Acent. Eastern of- H flee. M-4S-47-48-9 bune Bu I York. Western oMco, 610-512 Tribune i Building. Chicago. ' "Washington Bureau 1417 G Streot, 5: Tribune Telephono Numbors. Business Office Ab'VwwS City Editor SS4 3 RlngTi News and Nlffht Editor .. SS4-3 Rtne 7 Mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 February 1904

j teE &AIT IlAKE TRIBUNj3i MiONI SIARVELOIIS WEALTH r OPENED TO THE WORLD !( BY THE MOFFAT ROAD I ifiliiaia G. Smith, a Stgh Official of the Company, in an Address Before the 1, Denver Chambsr of Commerce, Tells of the Kiches to Be Brought Within the j Reach of Mankind by the Bailding of the Denver-Salt Lake' Line. a ff.1am c. Smith, formerly Lieuten I U-Govcrnor of Colorado, and now an I Kti of the Moffat railroad company, I Wtts'Oil the Chamber of Commerce I V Denver one day last week on the I Lveloua mourccs of the country I' Lucl. which the road is lo pass. The I portion of his address fol- I ''- a reported In the Denver HmoB: I hre mw come- to the Ysunpa coal Held J , Joutt county, which is 1000 square I , extent, with an estimated total I . - nf seventy-live feet of coal; 0 I fc.Vnf tbi) urea la bituminous I af n t anthraclto o the I il,f mnllti Statistics have been pro I ?,d Printed by the management of I tlSwny in book form, giving the au 1 thickness of the various coul ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 February 1904

(3 THE &AUF XtAKE TJRIBU2STE: MONDAY MOBXPSTG, FEBRUARY 29, 1904, j NEVADA GOLD' GAMPS I Salt Laker Makes a Circuit of Them. GOLDEN SUNBEAM'S RICHES H' Rights of the Miner in tho jj Nation's Senate. j i New Boilers to Serve the King Con. Mt at Park City Bingham. Tram- H ways as an Outlet for Ores. Hi While he did. not return with a Gold- Hf fleld gold mine In his game bag, he did H return with a most formidable opinion Hj of the country, said William T. Oster H'f on his arrival from Nevada yesterday. H; With tho camp much excited and prices Hf away up In the gamut It Is difficult, ln Ht deed, for a chap of limited resources to H acquire a foothold1 over there Just now, H he added, and quite naturally he sought H other fields. While the deepest work- ltfgs at Goldileld- did not exceed 125 feet H when ho shook tho gold-dust from his B feet. It Is not without evidence that the Hti ledges by which the gold-bearing zone 1 1b fissured, are capable of great depth. 3 Certainly disclosur...

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