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

mlas It any day " 4- 4.-4--. ' V.-" v "WEATHER TODAY Partly Cloudy and Continued Cold. Vol. XXAn. isfo. 323. Salt Lake City, Utah, 'Friday Moknestg, March 4, 1904, J2 phges.-fivb Cents. fl ;i HAVE FIVE WIVES, MANY L CHILDREN, AND KNOW THAT I AM VIOLATING THE LAWS' I! ; (Admissions by Presi- 3 dent Smith of the I ; Mormon Church in S the Trial of Senator Smoot Shake the Foundations of the t Mormon Hierarchy j and Startle World. H I BY A- F. PTTTT.IPS. Hp Trlbuno Bureau, U National Hotel. I Wi WASHINGTON, D. C. March 3. i MfjP. When Chairman Burrows of the Sen- ' w ato Committee on Pi-ivlleges and' Elec- vl'l ttorra, before whom the charges against jt 5 Senator Reed Smoot are being heard, ffAjl announced the adjournment of the com Rjup mlttee this evening the consensus . of, KffJ opinion was that it would have been HBf! better for Mr. Smoot had President Kf j Smith of tho Mormon church not an il ' WilimUHIH 14-fHKH Ij- 1' ' ' ' Of Counsel for the Protestants, Who X v it Attorney for t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 March 1904

; The Saj,t Lake 1 I i HAVE FIVE WIVES, MANY CHILDREN AND KNOW I HAVE VIOLATED LAWS" V' (Continued Prom Pag3 1,) I performed. "Records, he snld, nra kflpl In the four temples in V tah, HQ did not, however, have any rocord, of Abraham IT. Cannon's marriage. TJie dirQt exaniina'tlon was then closed. The defense will take the wies? In hand tomorrow,, FULL DETAIL OF THE, PROCEEDINGS WASHINGTON, March 3. .When the Comm!Ucq pn PrvUcpc? and Eleptlons was called to order this morning seven Senators were present dhalrman Bur' rowa gave the ruling on the questions asked of President Joseph F. Smith, re lating to the polygamous cohabitation of Goorgo Teasdale, a Mormon apop tle. Objections to fluoh questioning had bpon made by the defendant. The com mittee, ruled that the, testimony bearing i upon plural marriages of. any memhors I of the twelvq anostloa. of Which Mr. i Smoot a one, Is eQinpQtorU so far as It relates to such polygamous cohabita tion since September 2(3. 1500, the date of Presi...

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

TBCE SAIjT XiAEJdJ TRXBTOTE: FRIDAY MOKNTN". MAjRCH 4, 1904 3 jfl y T VLADIVOSTOK, RUSSIAN BASE AND NAVAL STATION IN SIBERIA, BELIEVED TO BE UNDER BLOCKADE BY JAPANESE WARSHIPS. ' MM Bf EJ . MAKAROFF NOW ON ' Rj DECK AT PORT ARTHUR Q N r -f- PARIS, March 4. Tho St. Petcr3- j burg correspondent of tho Matin H -- telegraphs that Vlce-Admiral Maka- -f ij roff has arrived at Port Arthur. m f ItV ' LONDON, March- 3. Except for a few T brief dispatches pertaining- to the move- g ment of small details of troops and m ' scouts, no news of consequence regard- ' ins the situation In the far East has L been received1 today. The absence of advices regarding the movement of the ! Y Japanese squadrons leadB to much spec- j ulation here among navy men. In connection with a brief dispatch ? received a few days ago a fleet of Japa- & ne'se war vessels had appeared off Vlad- Wm ivostok. Navy experts bellevo that Ad mlral Togo with a portion of the fleet fbM BAGGAGE FIGURES SHOW f fl FALLING OFF I...

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

i The Salt Lake rKiBtrNi!: Feiday Morning, March 4, 1904. t 'I 1 : ; H I Hilti Jprilmtte. Issued Every Morning by Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, H. , Publisher and Gonerat Manager. Entered at the Postofllco of Suit Lako City n3 second-clasB matter. Hi TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, one vook.$ .25 I Dally nnd Sunday, one month .". l.co Dally nnd Sundny, two months 2.j Daily and Sunday, three months .... 3.00 I Dally and Sunday, ono yonr 12.C0 I Sunday Tribune, one yeav - j Sunday Tribune, six mcntha ,.M J.w Scml-Weokly Tribune, one year 1.C9 All remlttanaes and business lottcra nhould be nddrcsscd tn TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City. Utah. S. C Bcckwlth, Special Agoncy, Bol Eastern Advertising Agent. EnRtern of flee. 43-M-45-7-4S-9 Tribune Building, Netr r York. Western office. 510-612 Tribune 1 Building. Chicago. I "Washington Bureau National Hotel. j Tribune Telephone Numbers. Buslnesa Office 360 City Editor IU 3 Rings Kews and Nig...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 March 1904

Tjhbvitei Friday MgimrnG Majsch 4, "1904. 5 I CLEVELAND DENIES . ENTERTAINING NEGRO I'oruier President Resents Statement That During1 is Administration a ' Negro lunched With Him. WASHINGTON. March 3.-Durhiff the House session today air. Webb of North Carolina, calling attention to the state ment made a few days ago by Mr. Scot! f of Kansas, that a negro had dined In tho Whl to Houso whllo air. Cleveland was President, aunounccd that he had written tho former President, sending him an cx- tract from tho record, and asking If the I statements made by Mr. Scott were true. "This morning," be paid, "I received the following reply," which ho read amid ap plause on tho Democratic side, as follows-. "PRINCETON, March li. 1M. Hon. K. W. ' Webb, House of Representatives Dear Sir: It Is a matter of small concern to me that a Mr. Scott has toon lit to uso my nanio In a display of his evil propensl- , ties on tho lloor of tho House of Repre sentatives. "In answer to your Inquiry, however, 1 hav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 March 1904

TbLe Salt liAitfi Trtbiike: Friday MoinsnnsrG, MAiica 4, 19t. If ( MINE AND PROSPECT ; FURNACE AND MILL I SILVER KING ANO THE FEDERAL LEAD Indications That an Ultimatum "Will Be Reached at an Early Day in New York. A Tribune dispatch from Washington, D. C, tclllnp of the sudden departure of President David Keith of the Silver KIn& Mining company for Now York J City and Eastern interest in the mes 1 sago that recalled him at an hour when he was preparing to flag a train for Florida, has rekindled Interest locally In the story that the Federal Lead company has decided that It can't get along without the matchless holdings of that sovereign of Park City at its belt. A message from the East during the day says the report that President Keith has returned to Now York for a llnal meeting with representatives of the big lead company, Is quite freely dlscuised thero and that while the prin cipals refuse positively to have the sub ject given publicity, their negotiations, if successful, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 March 1904

MMMwT ilM M M-a -nnmir i i , . ,. ,, ".. , ,- ihiaiitaaMMBMMBMMMfcBaBMBaBiiMiMgEa,! i .- ifi.. -,-' ' ".. '--V-.IB Wf . TlEtfl SAIT ILaJ-E TmBtTNB: ffRXDAY MOKNlNGr, MAUCS: 4, 1904, ' y jj ijj IN REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS ) II RECORD DULLNESS ' IN WALL STREET Several Years Ago Stagnation. Almost Equal to Thai Hfov? Prevailing Among Speculators Existed, I j NEW YORK, March 3. Today's stock ' j markot was aa stagnant fto a pond wlth- r jj out Inlet or oullo't, It was" only In stocks i of a minor grade, and which nro usually obscuro In tho market, that movements lHj woro distinguishable at all. Thoro wcro a I" fow advanccsr o a point or more fn this class. ThcEo advancos gave tho imprs slon of firmness to tho market, which would havo othorwlso boon without any Thoro wcro a fow weeks Iri tho summer of 19C0 when tho aVerago dealings fell near to the prosont level ot dullness, but j tho dullness then was regarded as sea sonable and presumably temporary, and carried with it n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 March 1904

8 TRIBmOI: FRIDAY MOICC 190 I AROUND THE TRACK m ON THEWaMOND FIVE FAVORITES WIN AT ASCOT PARK j I,OS ANGELES. Cal., March 3. A per- Tict dny, a crowd of 4000 and' a dozen 1 books to handle tho money of the bottlwj I public, describes tho conditions at Ascot iark today. Five favorites and a 9 to 5 cond choice wcro llrst to tho wirci and thjro wero long lines behind the books itier each racp. There wero a number ti i sonaalional Unlahes. In tho ono mllo -lar.dlcap Wnswift wan a Arm favorlw. MncnlnK nt 7 to W and colnff to t.ho poot at 1 to 2. Columbia Girl forced him to stveloh his neck all the way down tho last quar rr nnd"l;39i was hunjj up when Wnswift puked his nose In front of the wire. Wane I lcht, upon whoso chances much money v. as laid, was n poor .third. First race, six rurlotmo. purse Revolt won tropic Flute second, Muudo Brown thlrvl. Time. I Second rac mile and an eighth, solum; il Iras -won. Durbar second. Turtle third. l Time, 1:53. ,,, ' Third vace, Blx furlongs, scll...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 March 1904

lW s The Saxf iSuna TRiBTOTBi Friday Mobotn"g, Mauch 4, '1904. 9 j j j pgl Don't Wait Until Your Sufferings Have Driven You to Despair, With Your Nerves AH B 1 I x SflSvii'i When a cheerful, brave, light-hearted woman is suddenly plunged into that perfection of It is BiP' JSKxfJ Sftpk4 I Li SS0i t SliehasSen feeling "out of sorts" for some time; head has ached, and back also; has slept poorly, been quito nervous, and nearly H& S&M JW' $A v?" TjPmfe. wSi 1 bjj mw'! )fainted onco or twicG; head dizzy, and heart beats very fast; then that bearing-down feeling. Her doctor says: "Cheer up; you have Ki "J Jajf 'iV' 'sSSw ' j I Sfi W W ' dySees nofc gfc right."She grows worse day by day, till all at once she realizes that a distressing female oomplaint is estab- H 8'" ,H fl j j LydlaEPiiikhain's Vegetable Compound instantly asserts' its curative powers in all those' peculiar aiiments of women, and the H p. Sk U SPS''' story recited above is the true experience of hundreds of Americ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 March 1904

10 " The Baut TjAKB Trtbotte: Friday Mobotn, Majrch 4, 1904. I WORK OF WILO WIND I IN COLORADO TOWNS P If Freight Cars Idfted Off of Tracks, Houses Overturned and Other M, Damage Dona. HI DENVER, starch S. Belated reports H '. of damago by wind yesterday and last H night are being received) from southorn H ; Colorado and northwest Texas. In the Texas Panhandle a liurrlcano HI blew freight cars off the track and dara- H ajred ranch buildings and fences. H A Colorado & Southern pansenger HJ train waa brought to a standstill, being unable to proceed against tho wind. H ! At Weston, Colo., near Trinidad, large H I lumber stack3 were demolished and the ' contents strewn over the country. H At "Horencc, Colo., a number of oil H I derrlci.-, were prostrated. The Union H OU company waa the heaviest loser. Tho H top of one of Its huge oil tanks was H I blown olt and sand and dirt mixed with j the oil, rendering It unfit for use. The H f tallest slack on Its new refinery and the H ! boile...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 March 1904

V jCBDEJ 8AM TjAKTS TlUBIJOTi POTPAY Mororora. Mapoh 4f 1904, li H I ... CLASSIFIED ADS FOR 8ALE--REAL ESTATE. A. RIOHTBR, 19 WEST 1ST SOUTH. 3x10 rods, with a G-roorn brick house. on btate sL, near 7th South, with barn, 2750, A 9-room modern, 2-story frame house, adohe lined, hi flrat-cjasg repair, has fur naco and connected with sewer, In the northeast part of tho city, and can be bought on easy terms for $3250. A 7-room, modern, 2-atory framo houso on 2nd St., near M st rontlnj; for $25 por XI Rlchlcr, 13 W. 1st South at Tel HOUSE AND LARGE LOT ON UP ror Bingham canyon. Address H-10, Trl GOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE WITH 3 A. fine land, a bargain. C. W. Miller & Co.. 112 W. 2nd So. clWS RANCHES, FARMS, ACREAGE. BIG list of our real cstato paper fron &t office, Harrington & Courtney, 1G "W. 2nd &x A TEN PER CENT INVESTMENT. Now house, pressed brick, five rooms, plumblnp, cement walks In yard and street, electrlo lights: will rent for $20 per month. Price. J2W0; $200 down, bal...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 4 March 1904

riF i , -bHbbmbB 12 The Sauf tiAKB Trsbtoo!; Friday Morning, M-ditcir 4, 1904. H II UNSETTLED WEATHER jj TarUr cloudy and unsettled, rising H lemrrature." Thu doea the weather I r, clerk announco what H frcBW-. HJio weather today i PPr If will bo. Yesterday I was rtprlngllka and I balmy, but March Is . SB a. vory uncertain BbKI month as regard MH fwather, and rain or dK47) enow la apt, so to jgjyAKl ppoak, to fall from u olear shy. The maxl jHB mum of temperature jYAVb In till city yeflter JBAWJE riay was 46 rtegreoa; ePPHa minimum. 34 degrees. Tlie record at other I m awln.B. jl!Utatmt 1 Ixmver Clear.. ..OS 34 , Grand Junction ..... Clear... ,82 2S i Helena. Cloudy... .20 0 Pocatllo rt cloudy... .32 0 Modena j Clear 66 21 i"Wlnnmucca .Clear... .48 26 I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD I Tbo stage or tho SMt Lalre Theater has teen oqulpped with four prestations, each J with BO feet of hose, and all danger from ; Bra is bolng reduced to a minimum. t ' This evening at S o'clock regular scr j Mos...

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

111 ii - liiOT-T" 7H agg---- - - L .. .. ..r I 'MB M DN'T FHIL T0 GET H ePY OF THE TRIBUNE'S SPLENDID WHR MRP TOMORROW MainearnQlnftoutlt 8B WEAIHEH, TODAY Ejuii' or snow. ' :' Vol x:lyi No 324 ' Salt t.attfi City, Utah, Satoiuday 3VIoknxntg, March 5, .1904, 12 phges.-fivb Cents. H IfcUnder X-Ray Questions President Joseph F. Smith Lifts Higher the Curtain That Hides the Skeleton in the Hier archy Xloset and Methods of Priests .and Apostles Are Revealed Thatcher Candidacy and Other Incidents Figure 1 in Hearing of Smoot Case. 4-4:4::4 4"4:4-4444:4-'4:44-4:444444444-44-4-444 4 BY A. F. PHILIPS. v 14- TRIBUNE BUREAU, 4 National Hotel, 4 WASHINGTON. D. C, March 4. i 4- President Smith continued his evidence today before the Senate Com- 4- mittee on Privileges and1 Elections in the Smoot trial, j 4- He was cross-examirTed by the defense and had" not concluded when " y ; 4- tho hour for adijournment occurred. 4- The feature of his testimony was Ills continued defense of his polyga- 4-4- ...

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

Hj 2 The Sam? Iake Tkebtvtb: Saturday Morning, March 5, 1904. I mEEm II RICH MASTODON LEAD I STRUCK IN KLONDIKE ' I SEATTLE. Wash., March l.-VTho -f ! complcto form o a mustodon was 1 'discovered at Hillside,, on Quartz -f- creek, today, according to a dls- -f 4- parch recolvcd by tho Poat-lntelll- 1 - gencor from Dawson, Y. T. It was - Imbedded S3 foot In tho earth when '; - found, and It necessitated tho uso -f f o( a steam thawing plant to un- -f 1 earth the immenso animal. -f 4- The hair and tho akin of tho -f 4- boast nro In a perfect ctato of prcs- -f crvatlon, although tho flesh Is -f f somewhat decomposed, and tho big tusks, which remain fastened to tho -f '4- skull, arc In good condition. -f It Is estimated Hint tho skoloton 4 Is worth about $3),W. us thoro aro 4 - but ono or two of them In cxlstcnco - in ns good a condition as this. 4 I. m 0IMWEDD1E i MAKES EXPLANATION Convinces Congressional Committee ; That Franking- Privilege Has Not J Been Abused by Him. ij 1 i "WASHIN...

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

JV The Batt iake Tkibune: satuhdat Morning, Makch 5, 1904. 3 J 1 WITHIN THE DOMAIN F 0TM1 I W IK" AND ABOUT 1 TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, B & 2455 Washington Ave., Telephone HI H fmm kest AUri an r KEEPERS WIN CASE District Court Holds That Ordinance Prohibiting Booths and Bozos Is Invalid. Special to Tlio Tribune. ' OGDEN, March A most important decision was handed down in the Dis trict court by Judge Rolapp this morn ing. In effect it is that a City Council lias no authority to paea an ordinance abolishing booths, screens or wlneroom3 in public or private business houses so ' long1 as the same are conducted legiti mately and do not menace the public health, morals or peace The case has attracted a good deal ot attention. Some time ago the- Ogden City Council passed an ordinance pro hibiting booths and screens In restau ( ranta and ordered the proprietors of. r Chinese eating houses to remove the same from their places of business or cut them down in such a way that everything would...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 March 1904

4 ' THE SALTliAKE Tribxine: Saturday Moknestg, MARCH 5, 1904. B I Issued Every Mornlnc by I Salt Lako Tribuno Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, I Publlshor and General Manager. Entered nt the Postofllco of Salt Loko City as socond-claa.i matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono wook.$ ,25 Dally and Sunday, ono month l.w t1 Dally and Sunday, two months 2.OT Dully and Sunday, thrco months .... 3. TO '' Dally and Sunday, one year Sundav Tribune, one year - w Sunday Tribuno, six months J-w Soml-Wcekly Tribune, ono year l.w) All remittances and buslncaa lettoro j should be addressed to ; TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. : Salt Lake City. Utah. S. C. Beckwlth. Special Agonoy. Solo j Eastern Advertising Accnt. Eastern of- nee. I3-4J-4S-47--SS-49 Tribuno Bulldlnjcr, New York. -Western office, D10-612 Tribune Building. Chicago. Washington Bureau National Hotol. Tribune Telephone Numbers. Business Office 3 City Editor SSI 3 Rings , News and Night Editor 3S4-2 Rlngn Saturday, ...

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

r mi wMwaiirtM , ,r, t - - . nlH Hp The Salt Lake Tribijios: Saturday Ioiotcstg, Lmcn 5, 1904. 5 H f , ARIZONA JOB Ij i PAID Bip MONEY m Urn Zsiitic T. Stoddard, Secretary of tho !HJ ? Territory, Resigns Because At- HB ' - tempt Was Made to Cut Fees. H "WASHINGTON, March 4. Isaac T. Stoddard, Secretary of the Territory of Arizona, has resigned and his reslgna lion has been accepted, to take effect April 1st Some time ago charges were filed flj ' against Secretary Stoddard. He was charged with promoting the incorpora .tlon of companies In Arizona for which ho received lucrative fees. In Itself this was not contrary to the I law, the Secretary is entitled to the H a fees of his office, but when the Gov- HVy rnor and L.ejrislature of the Territory HVtv Fought to curtail the Secretary's fees Awil nnd to put his office on a salary basis HB 1 Mr. Stoddard, it is charged, endeavored Hap I to prevent the action and not only re- H fused to exhibit Mb foookH to a Leglsla- HK. I live committee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 March 1904

I. MINE AND PROSPECT ; FURNACE AND MILL 1 : : J THE UTAH MILL 1 FOR MINERAL EXHIBIT l! i I Diminutive Plant and What It Looks lj Like in tho Big- Shops of f j tho East. It l The diminutive concentrator ivlth j which tho Utah mineral exhibit at the ; St Louis exposition lo to be featured if ' It, indeed, Is not tho feature of a na- T tion's display of the metals with which j Its diggings are endowed, has been prac- tically completed, said II. V. Croll, the L ubiquitous representative of the Allls- V Chalmers Machinery company, at whose fl big plant in Chicago the novelty Is j "being: constructed, on his arrival from 9 tho East yesterday. While the machine by which the passing multitudes will be I taught how cany it Is to got commercial j results out of Indifferent matrjees, will f be a dwarf compared with tho stupen- 8 dou plants in practical use, mcchan- l ically It will be as complete In its or- h ganism as perfect as the latter. That, f j the spectator may follow the raw ma terial...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 March 1904

. ' ' -:1 .... -.i i. , 'hnll lB "r t M irr-iiTTlHlhTT-Tr Trlfr . wM The Salts Lass Trxb-ottes Satuhdax Moknxntg-, ISIauch 5, 1904. 7 lfl If i IN REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS J UP THEY WENT AND DOWN THEY GAME ;Wall Street Shares Show a Slight Rally, and Then. Specula tion Slumps. NEW YORK. March 4. Activity was Bllghtly stimulated In tho stock market today, but without effecting any more ap preciable movement of prices than on the dullest days of tho week. Up to noon tho number of shares traded In was not far below the day's total yesterday and tho day before. From that tlmo tho market dropped back Into Its dull rut. There was noth ing In tho day's news to explain clearly tho spurt of activity. Traders were seemingly Impelled by the Idea that per manent activity Is Impossible, and that tho longer It continues tho more likely la an attempt to put an end to It to prove Buccessful. Today's demonstration, although con i ducted with a llttlo more confidence and determination t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 March 1904

n S ' The Ratt ;LajE Tribtotb: Saturday Moiusnnra-, Maiich 5, 1904. ll I AT RINGSIDES-TS- ON TRACKS - SHE - AROUND BASES I JACK CLIFFORD IN THE 8TH ROUND" I GIVES KNOCKOUT DOPE TO MARKHAM I Clifford's Iting Face. II Tommy Markham was knocked out In I the eighth round by Jack Clifford in a I twenty-round bout for the light-weight I championship1 of Utah at the Grand I tlreater last night. The Eureka boy I put up a good fight, under the circum B .stances, but the better condition and J experience of Clifford won the battle. 8 f'lifford was practically unscathed1 and J fresh as a clam after the light. Mark 1 ham received some hard jabs and will doubtless feel the effects for a while to I come. Two or three right punches in I the solar plexus are what put the Eu J! jtke. lad out In the eighth. f The contest was pulled off before a I good house and general satisfaction was cjven by the evening's entertainment. V long wait before the preliminaries nd another before the main event were I m...

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