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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 February 1904

Tjm AJjT TjA1 TEiBimE: Monday Moknung, February 29. 1904l Vl . i, vn 10 had tin Intorcst- $LtGt.to eaendS evening. In ad 5K5rt 011 inr ffork several appll Slfto tbo rcc"'r,ho were brought In. 5KL for rncrnrb working energetically 8f&e7 flCW No 12 that It will bo Hsad, ? to beat them In the pros furr matter 10 ".-mhora: at any rate SlSlf? thr a tfood run for tho SD tf looker given on Thursday Athhr Ac two lodjjca. a large SP, 'trw Sescnt and listened a -SfeSiS3 work of tho order as ox SUDrcmo Deputy I. W. Flory I3fd foreman Edgar Howo. A num PlOran'1 Foreman r- b borehlp wcro Hi of PP,ICJ1;i0i!,dc at the smoker, and taltlawr? work at tho'next jTtrill h.a5 Sent Is on foot to pay a Alom Who Ogden lodges at an K .Vn return for "the visit mado by WjccsUoJwojvccks ago. vTomen of Woodcraft 'M'-a circle No. 41 mot In regular Wifh Guardian Neighbor Baker in ! All officers and guards were ItThcrc were no cards for member. 'W S had one Initiation, TNo had lm .hbors from Sliver Mnmplo SPodS...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 February 1904

II TAR AND FEATHERS I FOR EVANGELIST I Montana Mob Punishes run. Itinerant p Preacher for Mixing- 'Up in Their Pantily Affaira. j DILLON. Mont., Feb. 2S. A mob oC 200 1 ttmlght took an ovangcllnt namod Bldwcll 'j to a. point about a milo out of town and 'J treated hlra to a. coat of tnr and feathors. Ho was accused of causing1 troublo In 'j many famntcs. t . t. A Tonight the crowd wont to the house. '! whero ho was holding services and "i wrecked the place. There was u free X llKht, In which mnny were Injured. i BIdwell jumped through a window and t .sought refugo In another house, where ho was found later and taken out of town and tarrod and feathered, lie was allowed 4 io go on his promise to leave town to- i morrow. I SANTA FE TRAINS I SMASH; TWO KILLED 1 SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 23. The 1 1 -westbound California limited' and the Hi I eastbound daily overland on the Santa Fo collided a few mllos out of Point IS Richmond last ulght. Both engineers 3 were killed. A misplaced switch waB ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 February 1904

The SAIjjMngrG, February 29, 1904. g it ADDITIONAL j CLASSIFIED ADS... J f QN PASE 10 J !!!!!! HO.lT-rtnv HOUSE WITH 3 A. 44f Is ''St rAUMS ACREAGE; BIG 1 ?CENT INVESTMENT. 5 pressed brick, Ave rooms. iJ5 .yavst, P"t walks In yard nnd fi KUi.lo U? I2M down, bal ' J rnt. O Engdahl. 221 S. "5 fft'wlSfSSt will tell. The Homer neryVt-iBankbiag. 1' ttnfcte lots? stoclt piano, house ,, 4 Jrge. Ve. 6th South. 32173 "nr REGE REALTY CO. , ?lw OF OUR SPECIALS. bTm iroom pressed brick cottage. Srouchly furnished with new -ill S. stoves, dishes, line new .Tnw has to leave tho city J Sito Siine? tp set away; let us K tbe prlco Is right luHiri Moom L. P. B. cottage, nearly KtllO rods, nice fruit of all kinds. , TjBfcatcd on ca3t eld' iHLi P. B. cottage, bath, electric tKt east front, good shade, and tho JjflEtu bwn shaded, too. HKhTrofJ?, with alley In rear, on East lbBultablc for two nlco cottages, JfSL-iaa chicken ranch, with good slx THY y-k house, chicken houso 60 ft. JHjFpod house for Incuba...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 February 1904

B' " -" 1 SUNSKINEJ-OR TODAY BR "Utnli Fair Monday, warmer In north S portion. '.Tuesday fair." Thin la tho foro- Hi wmi' .nuBi. crW5)t. mado In Chicago iL' n-inounnlng the kind f f of weather this city f ;4.na vicinity may, lok ror today. Thi Lf tJnnwwtorni oC Sotur- M JnL da-v dght continued. B' .JBHmITO -until of tor Kunrlsa j) .rfMK' ycstorday, -when It I VHr broke clear and l SRJ bright and ploaiiartt v X aft day ovorhcad fol- Hi IEHn The storm was f r imam treneral throughout flPHS& the- Stato and la the l ffi. noclcy Mountain Hi " 1 "' i ! .t- region. If CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD 3 Pony S. Heath returned home yoster- Gay from Cleveland, O,, where he was in attendance upon tho funeral of the I lafco Senator M. A. Hanna, o f; Tha Attn, dob hnn oloctcd WilllAm Iglc- hoaxt president; Bennor X Smith, vlcc- 3 president; C. B. Jack, sccrotary; Frank I Knox, trcanurer; Hyrum 8. Young, Dr. V D, M. Lindsay. T. M. Schumacher and C. f w. Whitley, directors. 9 f Tbn funeral of Wardon Dow ...

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

T- i - Br 1 I f, AL TOGO t fei ( y ,9 0 l X 1 A A J a, 1 A.A.yA.A.y SAID MASTER TO li": K , the Art of Warfare EqunUy 'Sft 1 'W48 Vl C W H Vfc' I rfk '11 1oSTB 'WW flP You Don't Need to Stay. 1 If T J Wel1 aa the Salt Laker 41 $ B ltfl fH rr? Vs) I Kg ffg IK IT ll I 1 i 11 9 111 1 Can Fill Your Place Quickly 1 ' Knows tho Value of Adver- 11 0 1 MX -iP III 9 (CI 11 VlJ J L I 1 1 i 1 I I LA by Putting a Want Ad In A, HtiTf in THE 1 sLrLyli 1 lily JSSj .lllw Wwlr1' r&m vJ f the tribune. , - : i; kf I t&sr r "yl y zr a ( . j . ji.: W Vv S ( Vw- N WEATHER TODAY Snow. K.j PVot,. XIjVI. :no. 39. Sajlt Lake City, Utah, Tuesday Moiustcstg, Mabch 1, 1904, ' 12 PftGES.FivE Cents. W . 1 . , , . Ki I Russia Forts- and- Ships at Port Arthur 1 wJJfkgain Under. Fire of Japan's Big Guns H I H H I M t I I M I i M 1 4-iV4-4 i 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 mi iLLiLi. j.ikiki uini k k l.l k mil 1 i 1,1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111111 j a 1 11111 1 1 111111 1111 111 1 1 1111 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 March 1904

I x H 2 Tbie &ait "Lake TnrBinsrs: Tuesday morotstg, jmCakgec i, 1904. 7 1 If FOUND OEAD WITH SKULL CRUSHED IN if ! Mystery Surrounds rinding- of Body I of "Wealthy Tropper in North v cm Wilds. i r VANCOUVER, B. C, Feb. 29. Mystery jf shrouds the death of Matthew Green, prospector and trapper, whoso body was found by Indians near Toto Jcuno Cache. , Tim Indians said his skull had been frac- turcd by a fall whllo huntlnp. They burled tho body. , Tho provincial police, who doubt tho 8torj, arc Investigating, but at the pres i ent season It Ih practically Impossible to J send any one Into tho Teto Jouno country , to discover evidence. t Although thoro Is no dcflnlto ground for suspicion of foul play, thoro Is such mystery about tho death of tho trapper that tho authorities deslro to aBCortaln all tho circumstances. Green wns a woll-known trapper. It !s reported that at tho lime of his death t ho had about J3M cash with him, and hod ninety-five marten, with a number of ' othor skins...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 March 1904

' Tbde Saif t,atttc Tribute: Tuesday MoiiyG-, Iarqh i, 1904. " . 3 H H Q TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE. j B S g Waohington Ave., Telephone 111 b IPStUdi) HuR3 UF GREEKS BOB UP r Grecian Consul Serves Notice on tho f , Southern Pacific, "Warning It f Against Settling Claims. I A OGDEN, Utah. Feb. 15. George H. Rfll TBolomltl, consular agent for Greece, -who JI arrived from Bultc, Mont-, has served no- Qffi tlco on tho Southern Pacltlc Railroad H company, warning It against settling ' claims "for damages growing out of tho Jackson explosion. In which sixteen k 1 Greeks l03t their lives rio has discovered ij an effort on the part of Interlopers to de- A H fraud the real hclra, who live In Groece. I! II ftlAYOR VETOES BILL f TO REPAIR CITY HALL I Ordinance Granting Franchise to Og- I den Rapid Transit Company Is v Passed. mr Tho City Council last night received a Hl ! communication from tlie Mayor, In which Hu 1 ho vetoed tho action of the Council In au- MU t thorlzlng rcpnira of tho city lmlL ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 March 1904

I 4 The SaxtXluvE Kubunis: Tuesday Moktcn-g-, jMajrch l, 1904, t jfl Icsucil Every Morning by Salt Lako Tribune Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, Publisjior and General Mnniiper. Entered at the Postofflfco of Salt Lako City as socond-cla&s matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily and Sunday Tribune, one wcok.J .25 Dally and Sunday, ono month l.co Dally nnd Sunday, two montha 2.m Dally and Sunday, three montha .... 3,OT Dally and Sunday, one yenr Sunday Tribune, ono yoai- z.00 Sunday Ti lbuno, six montha J. Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year 1.50 All remittances and business letters ahould be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANT, Salt Lake City. Utah. S. C. Bcckwlth, Spoclal ARency, Sole Eastern Advertising Apont. Eastern of fice. Tribune Building. Now York. Wcstorn office, C10-512 Tribune Building, Chicago. Washington BuTeau National Hotel. Tribune Telephone Numbers. Business Offlco 350 Edltor-ln-Chlof 019 City Editor 584 3 Rlncs News and Night Editor.. ...,.3S1 2 Ring Tuesday, Maro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 March 1904

The Samp t,&oti tribune: Tuesday Mobtn-g, vIakch i, 1904. 5 ieOSE JURY IS READY Tjwelve ftlen Secured to Try the Wife Fvlurclerer. PRISONER STILL INDIFFERENT Admits That He Killed His Wife and Talks Fraely, 'Cost tho State $1500 to Secure the Jury 338 Men Examined Against Over 1200 in iMortcnsen Cnsc. H- -4- ' rr- -f '-f"l-, -t- GJorgo V. Stocking-, i. 4- I 23. ararpotts. -f Robort Bockstcad. , -f J. J. H. Lialiaiet5, ' ' -f- ' James Moffat, -f--f Richard Ilosva. -f 4- J.ohn Rtdor. . -f f J. H. Gnrrott. Hyrum IT. Pcteraort, . " ' -f -j- Kephl Bowthrop, ' ; John B. Rcid. -f Edward T. Waltofi. The abovo jury has been secured to listen to the evidence In the case o the State against Franlc Rose, the barber charged with the murder of his wife in . tills clly on Christmas day. The jury was completed about 4 o'clock yester day afternoon, when the three last named proved acceptable to both sides. The Introduction of evidence will begin I this morning at 10 o'clock. After the I iury-pan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 March 1904

H G The Sam? Tiatttc Tjhbotte: Tuesday Moknttg. jSIauch i, I90i. jfl I OUTPUT OF FEBRUARY H ' Month Closes on an Impos H ing Exhibit. I A BIG CROP OF COPPER Settlements Made In the Open Market. Production Reaches Nearly $2,670, Hr OOO, With Some Oro Going Out Prepare for Bigger Tonntige. February in tho ore and bullion mar kct closed on settlements a&ffregntlne $1,703,500, notwithstanding tho heavy storms and bad roads that at intervals made it impossible for the producers of eorne of tho camps to reach tho bins. During the samo period there wo- for warded from the "copper furnaces" of the valley 2,921,643 pounds of copper bullion containing gold and silver and of the value of SS7G.492. this swelling M. the total to $2,660,992, without reference to bullion that Is piled up In each of the storehouses. In addition to the ores reduced at home, there was probably 6000 tons permitted to go to furnaces without the State, while March, open ing with tho average road cleared for action, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 March 1904

'"n-TfT-rrr.mmr WW rHttt , ;V? SAjgsES-f - . ' ' B HHH " 1 ' acHfll , uflfll u The s.axt!Laxe TRTBxnsnE: Tuesday Moenhg, Mauch l, 1904. ' T mm iLL STREET LIKE I A FEEBLE OLD MAN Atapt to House Brokers and Specu sitors From Tholr Lethargy Proves Unavailing. , N7 YORK, Feb. 20. Tho fceblo walng of prloen in today's stock mar- kobpresontcd nothing moro than tho f fat:s attempts of a few 8ma.ll room traa to And a movablo spot in tho ' mat for cither an upward or a down waaouraa. T rango of tho day's oxtromo movc mewas at an avorago of considerably lwfian a point, and tho cxtremo from Satlay'n lovel was no moro than a small irton. Tho aggregate ealos for tho day we'171,900 sharos. Thoro was a. day's rr.a of 18B3 than 100,009 shares in August of t year. Tho !owc3t for tho curront yezmtll todp.v was touched on Fcbru aryth, when 173,000 shares wero sold. Th who mako a profession of stock ex chra dealings, cither as traders or as corteslon brokers, look with npprohen Bloit tho normal pnrlod ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 March 1904

IflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflfllflflflflflflflflflflHflflfl I : S The S-AiT Lake Tribttxe: Tuesday MoB2EKrG-, March 1, 1904. 1 jjfl FIGHT OF GIANTS FOR A BIG PURSE t m Ohtunplon Jeffries and Jack Munroe Matched to Tight in California in May for $25,000. NEW YORK. Fob. SJ.-JIm Jeffries ami Jack Munroo altmed arilcli today to light for tho heavyweight championship of tho world at tho Yoscnilta Athletic club, San Francioco. during tho last week in May. A porso of JIS.OOO Is fruarnntood, The purs Is to bo divided 65 par cent to tho winner and 35 por cent to tho losor. Tho st&koholdcr will bn Harry Corbott of San Francisco. Each man Is to put up a forfait of $5000 and tho club Is to post a forfolt of S0C0. JamoK C. Kncldy of tho Tosemlto club offered 520,00a first, but when this was declined ho raised his offer to S2S.O0O. Billy Dolaney represented Jef fries and Harry Pollock epoko of Munroa. Eddlo Graney of San Francisco was asrreod on for refore.e. I STAR PITGHER F0R SALT LAKE Lo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 March 1904

W, A K The Saip TSnrrc Tkebtotb. Tuesday Moeotng.Maiich 1, 1904. 9 II H 1 . jY- OB Oil UNDER SURGEON'S KNIFE HI If JTegro Train Hobbcr Does Not Dio Wk . From Injuries, a Mob Awaits H ' Him With Rope. H MERIDIAN, Miss., Feb. 25. Tho H I kUHns of Postal Clork Stockton I has caused grrcat excitement. Af- Bj 7 tcr Paris, tho alleged murderer, vrna placed In jail here, a mob MM . j gathered about tho stronghold. HI j 1 Fearing a 33'nchlr.fr, the Sheriff no- mf, i fined Gov. Vardaman, and tho K Chief Executive has ordered out H tho local' milttin. Hj K: BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 20 Ac- Ht' i crordluff to reports received by the offl clals of the Alabama Great Southern Kg railroad, tho shooting of two postal M B clerks on a northbound train today, two H It miles north of Meridian. Miss., was part H': of a plot to rob the train. JK i The shooting was done by Jim Pario, 97 J a negro, who boarded tho train In the Hr i Meridian yards as it was pulling out. H. 13eforo it was under good' headway Pa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 March 1904

H ' 10 The Saxf IlAKE Tribtote? Tuesday Mobnikg-, March 1, 1904. jH I! THOUSANDS OP PACKAGES . ! Season Again at Hand When Senators and Repre sentatives Have Chance to Make Glad the Hearts of Ranchers-Postal Changes Ordered. BY A. F. PHILIPS, I Tribune Bureau, National Hotel. V WASHINGTON. D. C. Fob. 29. At this season of the year Senators I and members are busy in supplying their constituents with seeds, requests for which come In a Hood to tliclr deelcs. These requests In some In stances arc not only peculiar, but fun ny. For Instance, one received today bj' a Congressman from a New England State read thus: I "Please send to me and a number of my relatives (the names of whom were given) some prarden seeds. I also want a gasoline engine of eighteen horse power, a. wood saw and a barrel of gas oline. Please send them right away." The seeds will be sent, of course, but the Government has not yet begun to supply the other articles. Each member of Congress receives from the Agricultura...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 March 1904

HPH ..g-ja . ,mrrrrmn,v,rfnd..vjm . , "HS5 HHHHJHPHHHHHHMHii!HH 111 SKatW lH .' ' IHE SAUT LAKE TBIBTmBJ TUBSDAT MOKNXN", MAEOH 1, 1904. 11 II Ii f ADDITIONAL1'1 X ' 1 ... CLASSIFIED ADS ... 1 IFOR SALE REAL ESTATE. 1 GOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE WITH 3 A. ; firio land, a bargain. C. W. Miller & Co., A 312 "W. 2nd So. clWS . ' RANCHES. FARMS. ACREAGE; BIG list of our real cstato paper r"ft at office. 1 Harrington & Courtney. 1G W. 2nd A TEN' PER CENT INVESTMENT. Now house, pressed brick, five rooms, plumbing, cement walks In yard- and street, clsctrlc lights; will ront for $20 per month. Price, $2000; S200 down, bal ance same as rent. O. Engdahl, 221 S Eighth West r2(03 IF YOU BUY, SELL. OR MORTGAGE property you should havo an abstract of the title, which will accurately Indlcato every defect In tho title Is your title per fect? Our abstract will tell. The Homer Abstract Co., Deseret Nat'l Bank bldg. THE REGE REALTY CO. A FEW OF OUR SPECIALS. , A modern 5-room pressed brick cottage, ne...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 March 1904

i H H -i o THE 8AIS1 liAK TRIBOTTE: TUESDAT MOTlSFGr, jVIAJRCH I, IttUft. I "SNOW," SAYS HYATT 1 "Snow." Thus tersely did Local Fore ! raster Hvutt ansxver an Inquiry as to ' rn-s .what tho woathor today f V'rU-ould be. To tho layman 1 Tvvrho onjoyod the bright I fsunshlno and balaiy ulr of I fffiji:" ventorday a snowstorm I I 'JE&f'-? today seemed among tho I AV$& I "' least oC tho probabilities. ' I ': But the woathor man 5 ryfiSm&l I f reports on tho high and ' 5 JEsSsSP h low, tho air currents nnd other mystic things lndl eate snow, and no Bays xStffcHpi? "snow." Tho fall of the k beautiful Saturday night ""jSsSsKSS lland Sunday morning was pSKHfo ..--'Ijtho heaviest of tho sea- 5i '.-Sj- 5on. Under the nuns raVH Sunday It soon dls ....KCdixti. L inter tho rulcn of tho ancient axiom about March coming: In llko a lion and going out llko a lamb, and Vice versa. It Is reasonable to count on tho presont being tho last month of dlsagrceablo weather. , . Tho high mark of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 March 1904

u iMte4aqmUl . --""- ' " ,iI- 1 1 1 -' 1 f.-f :- -J-n - -- - , ---J"HHj 4-4-4 4 g WEATHER TODAY Sncrw. V V-T H H j Vol. XLiVi. No. 321. Salt Lake Citt, Utah, Wednesday Moigstdstg-, limcii 2, 1904, 12 phges.fivb Obnts. Ij Several Apostles and Others Who Could Shed Most U Light on the Polygamy and Church Interfer 1 ence Issues in the Case, Will Not Testify Be ll fore Senate , Committee in Washington. I f Fresh inquiry Into the character of the witnesses most desired by the Sen ate committee investigating tho qualifi cations of Apostle Reed Smoot, has led v to an exposition of the fact that the 1 -witnesses moat deslrc-d by tho commit tee aro not to bo had. It was given out by tho church newspaper that great willingness had been shown by the witnesses to be subpoenaed, when it Is now claimed that those on whose- testi mony the protestants most relied! In onJer to prove that the apostle Senator is cognizant of and) has approved of a polygamous Institution, f were not It was pointed out ...

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

',v;-;s HBHBHBHBHBHBHBHBHBHBhI (-4hhhhhhhhI h! hYJ I 2 THE S-AiTltAKE TRIBTTTrE: WEDKESDAT MOXtfTTSTG:, MAnCH 2, 1904. I I I POSTAL TROUBLES I IN THE SOUTH hWJI H ' One Postmastor Gives Feud as Reason I' , : for Resigning Dynamiting- of H an Arkonsas Office. HI . H WASHINGTON, March 1. Postmaster H w 13. S. ParneH" of Junction. Union county, H Ark., has resigned hl3 office, and In his H letter to tho Postmastor-Gonoral Bays tho HI actlpn Is duo to a political feud, to cscapo HI which he Is going to leavo tho State. H LITTLE ROCK. Ark., March 1. Former HJ Postmastor Parncll Is said to havo moved HJ to Oklahoma, where he has a brother. HJ Tho latter recently resisted a requisition HJ from tho Governor of Arkansas on a HJ ' chargo of ombezzlcmont, alleged to havo H been committed In Union county, Arkan- una. Uion a hearing tho Governor of Oklahoma refused to honor tho requlsl H llon- 11 was alleged that It would bo un H sflfo fo1' Parncll to return to Union coun HJ ii-. Arkansas. Tho T...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 March 1904

1 The Salt Ia&ke Teibuotj: Wednesday Mobsmen g-9 March 2, 1904. 3 f ; .. M IN AN3D AB0TJT 1 Bi j j TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, H W 1 24S6 "Washington Ave, Telephone 111 B I': I 1 Wp 1 ViCc-C0rt6UL otNJi j WARNING TO RAILROAD Text, of Notico Served on Southern Pacific Company Regarding Settlement of Claims. j - j OGDEN, March 1. George N. Tsolomlti, i Gieclfiu Vice-Consul at Butte, who Is in Ogden. proposes to poo that the Interests of tlio families of the Greeks killed In the cut-off oxploslon aro protected. Yester day Mr. Tsolomlti called at The Tribuno Bureau and asked that tho following no tice, which ho served upon tho company, be published: "To the Southern Pacific Company: "In pursuance of authority In me vest cd, I. the undersigned, George N. Tsolo mlti. c bsular Agent for tho Kingdom of Greecchercby serve notico upon you not to pay or settle any claim or demand f against your company on account of any f personal injurv sustained by and subject of the kingdom of Greece in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 March 1904

Ji --r- t- vt1 BBBH H -4 The Saxt Iajo: Tribiintb: "Wednesday Mokntntg, Majrch 2, 1904. fl Sa tribune, Issued Every Morning by Salt Lako Tribune Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, Publisher nnd General Manager. Entered at the Pontofflcc of Salt Lako City ss sccond-clnyn matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily and Sunday Tribune, ono week. J .25 Dally and Sundnv, one month 100 Dally and Sunday, two months 2,00 Daily and Sunday, ihroo months 3.00 Dallv and Sunday, one year 12.00 Sunday Tribune, one year 2.CO Sundnv Tribune, six mcntho ... 1.00 Scmi-Wttkly Tribune, ono year l.uO All remittances and business letters should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City, Utah. S C. Beelcwlth. Spoclal Agency, Sole Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of fice, -i3-Ji5-17-4S-9 Tribune Building. New York. Western offlco, G10-512 Tribune Building, Chicago. Washington Bureau National Hotel. Tribune Telephone Numbers. Business Offlco 3 GO City Editor SS4-3 Rings News and Night Editor 35...

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