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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 March 1904

if II m m THE BAUVIuAKSj TlHETHSTEi TTEbiSrES.DAT' MoKKISTG- jSIilBCH 2, 1904." 'ts' H Ij I NAVAL BILL READY 1 FOR REPORTING i ' AirlncTGaso of $327,000 Is the Only Change Made by Senate J 1 Committee. ' . "WASHINGTON, March 1. A tier only 1 one session of the Committee on Navnl Affairs, the naval appropriation bill f tvas today reported to the Senate. J Comparatively few changes were made In the hill as passed by the House, I though the provisions for a naval train ing station on tho Great Lakes was again Incorporated In the measure. The Increase recommended by the Benato aggregates $327,000, making the total 507.001.73S. Provision Jb also made for a consid erable Increase in the teaching force at f Lhe Nnval academy at Annapolis. ? An Important amendment In regard I to promotions In- the navy provides I that, subject to restrictions imposed by f existing law, boatswains, gunners and warrant machinists shall be eligible for appointment to the grade of ensign nf f . N ter two years'...

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. — 2 March 1904

THE SALT liAJKB THIBUXE: TrJ5B3STESDAY MOB2mG, ISlAHCH 2, 1904. l ! MONTH'S CROP OF ORE Nearly 90,000 Tons Re ! duced in February. NEED OF MORE FURNACES Ore Reserves Are Now De manding it. Camps All Prepared to Increaso Their Tonnages Preparations to Meet the Requirements. "With which to swpply present needs ot furnaces operated In the State the dlffginps are required to furnish 3200 tons of ore daily, -while to maintain the reserve, which is looked after as vigi lantly by the discreet, Is a demand for a tonnage at least 20 per cent in excess of that which is dally reduced. The February record, at the smelters of tho valley proper reveals that SSJOO tons of oro was reduced to bullion or matte during that period, while March opens with a single blast at tho Yampa smelter requiring, at tho minimum, 150 tons more dally. , To this prodigious levy upon their re sources tho diggings arc responding without exertion whatever. If, Indeed, there is any distress, It is confined to those engage...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 March 1904

m MQROTNG, MARCH 2, 1904.' ' 7 II I (TjiTiEALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS ANP BROKERSj I WALL STREET SHOWING SOME SIGNS OF LIFE I Lethargy of Past Two Days Passing Off and Hope of Recovery ' Is Expressed. NEW YORK, March 1. The move ment of today's stock market was somewhat more consistent than that of yesterday, in that prices were above yesterdlay'a level throughout the day, 'hut tho character of the market was not essentially changed. Trading was near tho minimum record for the last fovir years, and! the movement of prices "was so narrow and sluggish as to be imperceptible. There were mlnuteo at a time when the ticker was silent and motionless. The fact that prices moved upwards had no news to account for it. The news, in fact, offered various unfa vorable features. The facts that these unfavorable news factors failed to de press prices was tho subtle reason for the advance. That is to Bay, traders short of stocks who had been awaiting a decline on bad news to cover their contracts, u...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 March 1904

. tecb Salt Lakh Tribune: "Wednesday MobjSxng, March 2, 1904:. j IP, VCnC I Kings and $uem I HI fC I In Squrd Ring I Tlf EDC rLlLKj I QfTnrf,t,Work. (JllJ 1 " 1 I WiKLLKJ PRINCE BLAZES FOOLED THEM ALL He-Was n 20 to 1 Shot, but Ho Won ' "With Ease and Had No Close Competitor. I i I , SAN' FRANCISCO, March 1. Prince Blazes proved tho surprlso of tho racing at Oakland today. He was quoted nt ?0 to 1 for tho mllo ovent and, leading U tho way, won ridden out from Elmer L... the third oholce. Lady "WadHWorth, tho fa vorite, raodo a poor showing. Poesart, tho 2 to 1 favorite, pained a now victory over Flaneur In tho fifth race. Cardinal Sarto was thotiKht to bo the best In tho two-vcar-old race, but he finished third. Light of Day won, with Volna. an outsider, sec ond, Kt Tu Brute, winner of tho last race, 1 was bid up from H00 to $700 by Harry Robinson, anil one of the owners of tho i I Hamilton Blablo carried tho price to HMO. I I at which llcure ho secured him. He later 1 rotrretted hi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 March 1904

. ll w HM IW " The Saip Tatctc 'teisinrau Wednesday Morntq, -3dgg3g;g.904. T , H - FELT IN THE MUDDLE I , I Holds Up Four Department Payrolls for February. . DENIES AUTHORITY OF HEADS JA Waterworks, Streets, Engi neering and Sprinkling. : I City Auditor Sends Communications i I ' to Department Heads Giving i Reasons for His Action. City Auditor Felt has taken a hand In. blocking: the business of the city by ' refusing to audit the payrolls of cer- ; tain of the departments. He has held ; up the payrolls of the department cm- x ployces and emergency men in the Wa- : terworks, Street, Engineering- and Sprinkling departments and) returned the payrolls to the heads of the depart ments, accompanied by letters asking ' for further information as to the au j thorization of the employees. The pay- rolls were for the last half of the month of February. The men In the employ of the Waler- y s -works department arc considered ab- t , solutely necessary employees, and fur- 1 ( thermore, Mr. Hln...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 March 1904

The 8aip IdAKE 'Texeottb: Wednesday MoiorarGf-a iMaech 2, 1904. I ROSE IS TO TESTIFY I ftlan Who Killed His Wife Ii to Tell His Story. I ' f HAS NOTHING TO CONCEAL I Attorneys Will Try to Establish I Insanity. I Great Interest Mnnlf cstcd in the Trial I " Testimony for the State I Is All In. I I DISTRICT COURT. I Dlvlelon No. 1-Hon. V.'. O. Hall, I Judge. , , T I Law and motion calendar. I Division No. 2-ITon. S. W. Blew- H 4- art, Judgo, J o. S. L. R- I. Co, va. Thomas I Leslie ot nl. 4. Thomas Fitafribbons vs. William I -f- H. Kllpatrlok et nl. 4. Division No. 3-Hon. C. W. Moree. 4 H 4- JudRU. 4. SUite of Utah vs. Frank Uobo. 4 4. Division No. -Hon. T. D. Lewis. 4 H Jtidco. "J" H A. IL Tarbct vn. Allan G. Lam- 4 4. son ct al. J 4. Allan O. Lamson vs. S. L. t -t-I 4- Water and Electrical Power Co. 4 4. Flora M. Lampon vs. W. G. Ben- 4 1 1 ' 4- ham. X I l CITY COURT. I 4. Civil Dlvlslon-Hon. II. S. Tanner, -4 j 4 Judgo. J jj 4. p. m. Sliradcr vb. Cronin. pi ;p f i The cold cruel fac...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 March 1904

m ' ' iifl A , THE HATF liA&JB TBIBTOTBI WEDNESDAY KOKNISrG, MaEOH 2, 1904. 11 II f""'" ADDITIONAL " "l ) ji CLASSIFIED ADS ... j ) FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. WHERE HEARTS ARE TRUMPS J YOU CANT PLAY A A, STRONG HAND by showing your sweetheart "tho deed to a ' new home provided by J. DONNAN REAVIS. HOMEBU1LDER, AT THE SIGN: "WHOSE R00JjE jf,., 0VER "YOUR Mr. Reavis Is now located .it 73 West Second South street, but will move to magnificent now offices at 32-34 Main St. nbout March 10, and "Tho Z. C M. I. "WILL BE OPPOSITE." GOOD C-ROOM HOUSE "WITH 3 A. fine land, a bargain, c. W. Miller & Co., 312 W. 2nd So. zlSiS RANCHES, FARMS, ACREAGE; BIG list of our real estate paper r t office. Harrington St Courtney, 1G V.r. 2nd So. A TEN PER CENT INVESTMENT. Now house, pressed brlok, flvo rooms, v plumbing, cement walks In yard and street, cloctrlc lights; will rent for 20 por month. Price, $2000; $200 down, bal ance Eamo as rent. O. Engdahl, 321 9. Eighth West r205S IF YOU BUY, SELL OR M...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 2 March 1904

I 12 The BaufIiAK Tsaaaxnmi Wednesday Mokotig. March 2, 1904. 1 MAY BE SNOW OR RAIN I ; "Probably cloudy -with local rain or I.; snow" This is Iho reading of weather JndlcallODU by loeni (Forocaster Hyutt vesterday in siting Tip Llio Tvoathnr prob abilities for today, frhe snowstorm an nounced for yester day mlsjv.d connco lions somewhere, irtnd up to loot wen Jnff bad not put In an appearance. It miay, however, as cvnnounccd by Mr. JJvalt. arrlvo today. 1,Thn maximum I temperature yestcrnay was uaurera, minimum. S7 degree. Othor Points. Max. Denver Clear. ,.g3 2J Grand Junction Pt. cloud. ..o2 24 Helena r;;-Coud""',,' Pocatello ...Pt. oloudy.... 32 Modcna ..Ccai'.... j Wlnnomucca Cloudy.. ..4S 2S I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD I Attorney-General Broedenwas in 0gd6n I nncitcrdar on buslijoas. I Tho fees taken in by the County Clorfc during the month of, February amounted to 51507.30. I . Friend of Mr. and Mrs. Jackron Crane will bo sorry to loam that their little son. Jackson, died at Los ...

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

) ' K fj U jf l Cirf .'T) A. . A SUCCESSFUL MERCHANTS " ' ;.$v!Bk 1 f EVERYTHING NEW. 4 f i L sr . S Lev I ' Qfe' 1 "111 $M- WGkkW MW fMm Get results from advertising in Tho YfflWl In the way of news from the seat 4- A rtiL -ItgMMItL? . J I I 1 ll 1(7' it I ! 11 H 1111 ill Ix Tribune, because it In a NEWS- 4- HaSHIi I t of the war In the East, and full re- fif B WWl HjhTTr 1 I H A I IA iU I I . I 11111 II t PAPER' 111111 11 K0CS home3' i 1 j Ports of the Smoot cane. In The ft 88 B I l7 5Sv f I R .(11 il l V ILy LLI LLJ1 L IL.4k. f Whefe purcha"e3 nro Planned. Ad- 4 'J f Tribune. Subscribe for It regularly. K$J J i 1 1 jSSlj flL lJL 11 WWV 1 1 ? x.t ? 2 gflB f jf5rnd don't mlfls anything. g sy A X ( I WhB WM Q WEATTTFm TODAY Partly Cloudy and Continued Cold. , ;jj Mp Voii. XI-.VI. !No. 322. Salt Lake City, Utah, Thursday MorasnprGr, Mauch 3, 1904, 12 phgbs.Fiv;e Cents, f :v m Mead of Mormon Church Lifts the Curtain and I II JOSEPH F. SMITH, I 4 President of the Mormon Church. 4 Penn ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 March 1904

I .2 THE SaLTIxUSE TlLtDTnTNOB? THURSDAY MOIOSTDS MAUCH 3, 1904. ' x j I! VINDICATION FOR j , PERRY S. HEATH I Attorney-General Robb AdmitB There- l: Wns No Evidence Against I ; Hanna's Friend. I WASHINGTON. March 2. The Sen- ate Committee on Postofllccs and Post- I roads today heard Attorney-General II Robb of the Postomcc department. In advocacy of a bill to prohibit guessing contests carried on by newspapers and circulars. This bill avbs prepared In the I Postofllce department and introducpd HI by Senator Penrose. During the course of Mr. Robb's state- ment the subject of the postofllce Inves Br tlgatlon was referred to. Senator Cul H berson asking If some men had not been protected by the statute of liml- tatlon. Mr. Robb said he believed such H was the case. Senator Culberson then asked If Heath was not one of thOBC I protected by the statute. Sir. Kobb an- swered in the alTirmative, adding that op account of the position which Heath occupied both ofTlclally and politically he-...

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

mm uvntmu VI Hnfw ll v- . the SaXiT IuAKE Tkibxin: Thursday Moknifg. Maiicec 3, 1904. 3 1 B fwiTHIN THE DOMAIN OF UTAH J W IN AND ABOUT H J H TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, S -42S Washington Avo., Telephone 1U jfl Ml MMi HiIi'ijiiiii IHIIII iiill "I iHHWHII II V j TROUBLES WITH ROPE 8 Mrs. Helen Nngle Commits Suicide at Home of Mr. and Mrs. 1 ' Special to Tho Tribune. OGDEN, March 2.-Mrs. Helen Nagle of Rossvlllc. Kan., oonunluca aulcldo this morning by hanging Tho deed was com- : mined at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. D S Davis on Twcr.ty-nrst street, where rl i was a suest. Tho cause of the ; act I? supposed to have been despond- ' 0ITht. woman's body was discovered about S ?clook. when Mrs. Davis, her ristcMn Inw went to Mrs. Nagle's room to call her Not finding her there she searched Iho house, llndlng the lifeless body hang ing bv a window cord to a beam n the roof. She had mounted' ahlgh chair and adjusted the noose and kicked the chair "TA? said to fn-o.uS-' anl.TSnTa Kfr of icftielr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 March 1904

H 4 The Salt Lake Tkibuote: Thursday Morxting, March 3, 1904. j H Issued Evciy Morning by Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH. Pnhllsher and General Ma noser. Entered at the Postotflce of Salt Lake City as necond-class matter. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, one week. 5 . Dally and Sunday, one month i-CO Dally and Sunday, two months --W Dally and Sunday, three months .... 3. TO Dally and Sunday, ono year l-.W Sunday Tribune, one yoav j.0 Sanday Tribune, six monthn J.OO S&nl-Wcokly Trlbuno. ono year 1.50 'All remittances and business lotters rtibuld bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Salt Lake City. Utah. S. C. Beckwlth. Special Agency. Solo Eastern Advertising Agent Eastern of fice. J3-4I-1.VIMS-13 Tribune Building. Now York. Western office, 610-512 Trlbuno Building, Chicago. Z-' i n ""nshlngton Buroau National Hotol. Tribune Telephone Numbers. Business Office 359 City Edlior vU 3 Rings N'fws and Night Editor .W-2 Rings Thursday, March ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 March 1904

HI jMy Vv !Phe Sait Lake Tribune: Thursday mokntstg, Mabch 3, 1904. 5 H j 5HANCE FOR ORATORS "State Universities of Nation to Enter Contest. MUNICIPAL RULE THE THEME i Affair Will Culminate at the World's Fair. 1 University of Utah. Tnkes Steps to Be Among the Number to Try I Oratorical Conclusions. At a mooting of tlio colloge students of the University held yesterday afternoon, With Prof. Muud May Babcock presiding, It was practically decided that the Uni versity of Utah would enter the National oratorical contest between State universi ties. The representatives of seven univer sities will meet In a district contest and the seven members selected In theso seven district contests will compete In n Na tional contest which will be held in tho Hall of Congress at the St. Louis exposi tion on tho afternoon of June 22, KOI. At tho conclusion of Prof. Babeock'a ex I Jilnnatory remarks It was moved and sec onded that sho appoint a committee of three to visit President Kinsbury and find ou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 March 1904

I a The Salt Lake TiffisusrE: Thursday Moeotistg, March 3, 1904:. I II IN STOPE, TUNNEL, DRIFT AND MILL, 1 i , i I THE HONERINE WEST Launching of a New Stock ton Company. CAPITALIZED AT $2,500,000 Over 200 Acres in Heart of the Zone. Prominent Salt Lakers Add Another to the List of Active Properties in the Old Camp. "With oyer 200 acres on the mineral bearing zone at Stockton, and a cluster of ledges from which orc3 of the value of several hundred thousand dollarls have been raised, tho Iloncrlno West kilning company, with a capitalization of $2,600,000 will bo launched today, a campaign of energetic development to follow at once. As the christening of the youngster Implies, its estate, which embraces as many as twenty-three mining claims, adjoins that of the Ilon crlno Mining company on the west, Its territory traversed by the latter's main ledge, while In the unwatcrlng of orc beaiing channels with which the zone is catucombed, those of the new com pany have been Included. The Bun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 March 1904

I V The Salt Lake Tribtobe: Thursda't Morttgng, March 3, 1904. 7 I nEALVi 0F BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS I WALL STREET STiLL FLAT AND LIFELESS Attempt to Revive Interest in Specu lative Shares Again Fails Heavy Railroad Borrowings, i NEW YORK, March 2. Tho stock mar- I kct continues flat and lifeless. The feeble 1 oscillation In prices Is not sufficient to I offer any margin of profit over tho cx I penso of commissions, and tho consc- emenco la the entire absentation of any outside interests. Occasional now devel opments that might be supposed In times of ordinary activity to have a bearing- on values arc passed over vrlth apathetic in difference.' Tho causo of tho stagnation la not entirely clear, and still more ob scure In tho coming event, which may servo to break tho deadlock, j Ono of tho lmmcdlato Influences upon today's market waa the unsolved doubts Aver tho outcome of the Paris settlement, which Is still In progress. "While no trou ble has yet developed, the apprehension...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 March 1904

1 ,. H , MM S The S.A37T JLakjb TrergronE: Thursday MoKirare, Makoh 3. 1904. ij I STOLEN LAMP CAUSE OF NATIVE UPRISING Insane German Arouses South African Blacks to Desperation and' Murder of Whites and Destruction of Fac tor Buildings by Fire. I BERLIN, March 2. The YlMnR of na- live- troops in the Crosa and Niissananj? rivers region of Gorman Knmenin, ' "West Africa, resulting In several fac- torics of the Northwest Kamcrun being-, burned and four Germans killed, ns announced In these dispatches Monday, was caused by the eccentric conduct of ' Count Von Pucckler. and vrna directly due to the theft of a lantern from the Northwest Kamerun company. Von Pueckler, who was the Govern ment's District Commissioner, was re puted to be a quiet and sensible ad ministrator, having: sound, knowledge of native ways and character. He former ly was an employee of the Northwest Kamerun company, but recently had been employed by the Government. Herr Schoeller, president of the com pany, received In...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 March 1904

, The Salt TjATTTC T&sumfi Thursday Mokotng, jMarch 3, 1904. ' 9 B IN THE SOCIAL WHIRL I- Tho Good Time Card club vat enter tained last evening: at tha home. o Mr. ond Mrs. George Romncy; Jr. Tholr home w.ib very prettily decorated for the affair, llhe colors used bains' white and preen. fy?ctj'-threo was the- same played, and a. troost enjoyable venln? was passed by all. Mr. and Mrs. William Van Alen of Og- Men are visitlne' In the city. The I. S. C. H dub Is to be entertained mext Monday evonliur by the Misses Holt ' ls.t their homo on Fifth South. J A The University "Preps" will give a, U .oanclng party In the Muaeum hall at tho B University Friday evening, March 4th. I Mr. and Mrs Will C D'ruchl entertain I the Oxford Lyceum club at tholr home I thin evening-. The subject for the evening f will bo Japan, and thoeo who will take, part will be- Miss Beatrice Davis. Miss Mammle Banks, W. A, Prlco and Mrs. Mrs. David !b. Hemphill entertains today ?t an afternoon party, this bein...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 March 1904

Ml M H 10 The Salt Tjatttc Trtbitne? Thuhsdat -Moknestg, IMarch a, 19U4. , ' H I ! 1 TBE WORLD OF SPORT I; TOMMY OR JACK? QUESTION AT ISSUE I Ambitious Local Boxers Are Training Hard for Their Set-To and Each Is De ! tcrmincd to jfoake the Other Bite the Dust. - i Jack Clifford. I --lAlllllllllllll JL11I1I1111," Tomorrow night Jnck Clifford nnd Tonjiiy Mnrkham will meet In a twenty- round bout at tho Grand theater. The match was to havo been between O'Keefc nnd Clifford but on account of tho slck . ncss of tho former the management was compelled to llnd a substitute, and the ' rholce fell on Markham, the plucky little I Eureka fighter. ' Markham has taken part In ten battle j iin d In each ono has scored n knockout. , FUSTIAN PROVED ' A GREAT SURPRISE H 1 LOS ANGELES, March 2. There were H several surprises at Ascot Park today, the H v biggest ono of tho day being In the fourth Hl 'I nee, when Fustian, at 10 to 1, defeated H . I Golden Rule, Pat Bulger, Americano and H ' Bucclcuth. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 March 1904

if fBDs Salt ILake Tbibtotej Thursday Moicntn-g, March 3, 1904. 11 y. ADDITIONAL 1 ' ... CLASSIFIED ADS ... j I ACCORDION PLEATING. if SUNBURST AND ACCORDION 'pleating Mrs Jenncns. -17 E. 1st So. ram CLAIRVOYANT3. "VE TELL, YOUR NAME AND ANY- ( thing you wish to know without asking aucstlons; free If not correct; 10 to 0 dally. Arnold-Dlckson Bios., 1594, S. Main at TONIGHT. SPIRIT FORMS APPEAR unvellrd; all can sec and talk to them; everyone velcomo. Arnold-Dlckson Bros., f ICDVi S. Main st. Telephone 21S1-K. UC3 F ASTROLOGICAL AND PALM READ- Ins Tree at Arnold-Dlckson's, S. Main PAINTINO AND PAPERH ANQING, W A. DUVAL L, 121 W. 2ND SO., TEL. ; No. 1145-1:. Our new jiapsr 13 arrlvIiiR HAY, GRAIN AND COAL. ZEILER BROS. COMMISSION CO.. removed from State 6t. to 03 E. 3rd So. . LADIE3 TAILORINQ. " SEIDLER. BROS., LADIES' TAILOR Inp a specialty. All work first class. 310 Main Bt. sllJ3 ENGRAVERS AND DESIGN ER3. DE BOUZEK ENG. CO. CUTS FOR ill purpoaos. 27 W. B. Temple. r337 II SOCIETY N...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 March 1904

If1 I I j 2 The Salt "LflKrc Tribute: Thursday Moeotng, March 3, 1904. Hi . . x il Ij . DOWN WENT MERCURY ! I "Partlj cloudy and continued cold," la j ' ttao wcntbor programme for todny accord- I Ins to the doductlons made by Forocnstor Hyatt. The storm ahat was promised Mew Itself out after sv light fatl of snow yesterday forenoon, ftnd the aftm-noon opened bright and clear with a falling thermometer. T h o Idgh rocord yester day wns 61 dogrcer.; tow, 21 degrees. At other points t h o Imorklngs wcro: Max. Mln. I Denver Ptly. cldy....CG 23 ! Grand Junction C car.. ..CO S Helena . Clear.... -4 2 1 Pocatfcllo . l,0VJ rc MoJeno ..Cloar....S AA'Innemucca . Cloudy. -s I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD TcKlnrdny'fl bank clearings amounted to HGl.2ll.22, as against 5105.3St.04 for the- cor responding day of last year. Tho Twentieth AYarrt minstrels will give a delightful entertainment In the Iwon ilcth wurd annex hall this evening. A atrong programme Is announced. i ThomaH KUleon. train dispatcher f...

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