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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 March 1904

MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMmMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM M f The SaXiT XiAXE Teibthoi: Saturday Moknixg, MarcjbTd 1904. 9" II Hi I " .. . , III I J NEW DRUG COMPANY READY FOR WORK The reorganization o tha officers and 'directors o the Ncldon-Judson Drug com pany mado necessary by tho Bale of tho business to Eastern parties, was effected - yesterday morning: by the election of Ed ward C. Smith of St. Joseph, Mo., as president; John P, Cobb, vicc-presldont and manager; John J. Judson, treasurer; - F, L. Pearl remaining secretary. . The above, with L. M. Smith of St. Jo Bcph, compose tho board of directors. Mr. Judson lias been -with tho company oinco Its organization and Mr, Pearl slnco Tho Messrs. Smith are capltallBts In St. Joseph and havo been Interested In tho yj company slnco Its incorporation in 1S93. f& Edward C. Smith in vice-president of the M Hundloy-Smlth Dry Goods company and 1 tho C. D. Smith Drug company of St. Jo- I 'ceph. I D. M. Snlth is preside...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 March 1904

1 1 10 The 8-41.1 IxSKB ItensTOnai. Saturday Moknxng, Mabch 5, 1904. 'H I PROF. S.H. CLARK WILL LECTURE I I Delightful Sorica of Iiectures Ar I ranged by the Indies' literary I and TJnivoraity Clubs. Prof. S. H. Clark of the University of j Chicago will give a ecrics of dramatic I ' Interpretations at Barratt 'hall, besln- nine: March 14th and extending until the 26th. It will be remembered that 1 Prof. Clark appeared here laet year, at j which time he was given so cordial a ! reception that It was decided to Invite him out to Utah again. He appears I now under the Joint auspices of the La I dies' Literary club and the Unlverelty of Utah. He will deliver a course of I ' eighteen lectures, which are Bchcdulcd as follows: Afternoon programme at ! o'clock. ! , .March 15th, lecture, "The Tragic , Ideal"; March 16th, Interpretative rc 1 cltal. "Armgart," by George Eliot; j ' March 22nd, Interpretative recital, "An ' tlgone," by Sophocles, a tragody of nac ! rlllce; March 23rd, Interpreta...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 March 1904

ill , fee SATTiAirra Tribtotej Saturday Moirntstg, jMaroh 5, 1904. 11 j ! ' ADDITIONAL j 0 h. CLASSIFIED ADS ... 1 I ON PAGE 12 J IFOR SALE--REAL ESTATE. A. RICHTBR. 39 WEST 1ST SOUTH. 3x10 rods, with a C-room brick house, on Siato St., near 7th South, with barn. $2750. A 0-room modern. 2-story frame house, ndobe lined, in firat-clasa repair, has fur nace and connected with sewer, Jn" the northeast part of the city, and can bo bought on eay terms for J32G0. A 7-room modern, 2-story framo houso on2ndfst., near M St., renting for J25 per A.' Rlchtor. 19 V. 1st South 8t. Tel GH. HOUSE ATD LARGE HOT ON UP per Bingham canyon. Addreos 11-10, Trl GOOD C-ROOM HOUSE "WITH 3 A. fino land, a bargain. C. W. Miller & Co.. 112 W. 2nd So. clWS RANCPIES. FARMS, ACREAGE; BIG list of our real estate papor frn ntvfflce, Harrington &. Courtney, 15 TV. 2nd So. A TEN PER CENT INVESTMENT. Now house, pressed brick, flvo rooms, plumbing, cement walks In yard and Btrcot, electric Hshto: will rent for...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 5 March 1904

. Ji I The Qajf IuAKB Tbxbitke: Saturday Mob2sxntg, March 5, 190, I RAIN OR SNOW TODAY fl Hj Equlnoxlal waaihcr la netting In a little bit earlv this year, if ynterday ib to be r-TCTrrv takon aa a, sample of H flvW?jV what may bo expcct- H aifel'ixTi. during 1,10 rc" 1 ' frCpffi nmtndor of. March, H .W$W weathor man sayu it -HI "vi11 b0 cloudy, with HI Jiwia? snow or rain squalls. HI ip'ATC.f, rain or snow .squalls, HI IrwWKnj According' to Mr. 1 V$Vr&n Jiyatt, the weather H1 iSVftS5n, forecaster, yt-sterday ! tlSKVMVS' was 10 unsettled, Hl ry und unsettled it was. Ml v45 1 f 1 Rain ami snow vjv- squalls alternated at intervals with lltUo rays of Hunshlne. was H' tho record. h Tho maximum tompcraturo wan 40 de- Ht grec-, minimum, S2 degrees. The record nt other points: H ' Max. -Iln. Denver ..Cloudy.... 48 14 Grand Junction Cloudy.... K 2S Holena !ous' 35 : Pocatcllo Cloudy... .42 22 H. Modena Clear.. ..S -1 f Wlnnemucca. Cloudy.. ..Go 30 I! CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. i i Tho real e...

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

SHF WITHIN THESE PHGES THERE IS A GLHSSIFIBP ftp EDITION. " LOOK IT DP. W jl i inn in i i f Kl ".i 1 -MaMMM,MMMMMMMM,,MI,CTMMMMM,IMM , M 'H J 4. 4. -J- n--, L4 J! 4fH& Id V (td ttt;f"," 1 I HVl ; . WAE IN ORIENT The opcr- Sife fl iy 9 M V 1 CTI H . . EACH DAY brings to light ;l :M 1 ' ' , ntions of the Japanese and Pus- 4- -vJJS"7 S V k I KS Jm 1 mti&k i'lM Hlfc'fc 'N itf now and startling revelations I 'H Hlf 1 ftina forces. It is like a game J g $f9 ferS iBf Si B I (B IB Sfl 11 111 IB II B IB 1 eonceralnS' tho mysteries of the J hi V 1 4- of chess. Get a WAR MAP with SB H I ' IS 1 1 W ft 1 Sul El ilk J W I 1 1 1 1 1 I Mormon Hierarchy. The Tribune I H Hj V.1 this issuo of The Tribune and 4- WJ J H H 7 ZT (8L ft , I R 88 ky SLy JJL liL Vtad JUt lliiBP JiHw ifc' JSW A is PublIshinS all the disclosures. 4- 1H 1 4- watch the moves. 4- ll l TT T T W W T W V Subscribe now. H 4- 4 V ' WEATHTODAY-Partlv ! Jl Vcxl. XJ-.VI. No. 325. Sait Lake City, Utah, Sunday Mokotng, Mabch 6, 190...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

2 ' The 641r Iij4yBiBinoi: Sukdav Momsw, March 6, 1904. I IM'INTYRE REPLIES IN MINING CASE Conflicting Statements Made by Brothors-m-Lav Regarding Ajax Idinlng Stock. In the action broucht by J, T. Dona hue nsalnst his brothor-ln-law, Samuel Mclntyre. In which 20,000 shares of stock In the Ajax Mining company in Involved, the defendant yesterday filed, an answer In the District court deny ing ho used fraud or misrepresentation In securing any kind of a settlement from the plaintiff. The complaint which was filed last November alleged that Mclntyre had Induced the plaintiff, his brother-in-law, to turn over 20.000 shares of stock to aid him In controlling: the policy of the Ajax Mining company, of 'which iUdntyre wna to be tho. general man ager. In consideration of the transfer, , It is alleged, an agreement was entered into whereby the defendant agreed to carry the stock without cost to the plaintiff. , . It Is further alleged that In March, 1S96. the defendant sold 10,000 eharea of...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

f J YALE OLUB HAS Mf y:- TAFT FOR GUEST J i ! Secretary of War Handsomely Untor- K tained by Pormcr Classmates H at a Banquet. I NEW YOTIIC. March B. Secretary of , Wcr William H. Taft has been entcr ' . tained at a dinner and reception at the iTale club here. About fifty men were there. Including several members of the Secretary's class, '7S. No speeches were made and at the dinner's close Judgr-i Taft was escorted to the library, where HK. v ho" shook hands with several hundred IB; I fellow graduates. IaB I Secretary Taft was compelled to make i a brief speech. He referred exclusively . I to the Philippine islands, saying: K' " J "c aro not there to treat the Fill- flB : J plnos as a conquered people Many of jjHp I tho 7,000.000 Filipinos aro Christians. IH Thoir relbjlous IdoaJs, however crude thoy may be, aro essentially Christian in character and in this respect they differ from all the other yellow races. "The natives are learning English Ij rapidly and appreciate the value to...

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

l 4 The & attp Lasic "stoBinsns; Sui7xAY Moiosttg, jMajrch 6, 1904, I (Pork of tfte I Women's glubs... ' Death of Mrs. Shattuck. 5 Salt Lake clubwomen who have had i the pleasure of meeting Mrs. L. Brace Shattuck of Chicago during her several visits to Mrs. William A. Ncldcn of this ; 3lty, will learn with deep regret of her i ifeath, which occurred in Chicago a nhort lime ago. Mrs. Shattuck was not only a noted parliamentarian and one of the most prominent clubwomen of Chicago, but was also widely known for her philanthropy. She was a member of the board of lady managers of the Chicago World's fair, and It was mainly through her efforts that the old monns- Itery, La Rahlda, was converted into the Jackson Park sanltnrum for babies, and thousands of sick little ones have been cared for there during the summer ' months since. During one summer alone 8000 of the poor sick babies and little J I children of Chicago were cared for at the home. A prominent clubwoman of the city in spea...

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

i 1 The Saif JLks tkibottb: sugstdax MoRirasrG . 'jolkch: o, 1904. 5 ' 1 nl if - 1 H J ONE USELESS OFFICE j ( I State Sealer of Weights and I n Measures. ' NO TESTS EVER MADE Official Nevor Called Upon as j Provided For. I l JStato Auditor C. H. Tingoy, Wno Has ti j Held tho Office Three Years, Has Ej j Performed No Service. f There is a public office In tho State of V. i Utah that might Just a9 well be abol- H , Isbed for all the business that is trans pi ' J aoted. The ofllco in question is that of tj State Scaler of Weights and Measures. H It is an ex-oflflcio position and is occu- 4 pled by the State Auditor. For three 1 1 years State Auditor C. H. Tingcy has jf held the office, and during that time he I has not been called upon to act in the ! official capacity of Sealer of Weights (j , and Measures. And It is oafe to say ( ; that no other Incumbent of tho office has aver made a single test of instruments of weights or measures of quantity. The largo set of Government scales th...

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

g'BiTS MakOSTo, ISgft. H I HORSE GAMBLERS I WITH GREAT ME H --The nerviest horso gamblers In H America live out In that sylvan retreat II whence Mary MacLane halls, Butte. II Mont.," raid the owner of a string of thoroughbreds now being trained out l at the Bennlng courso. saya the Wash II lngton Poet- "I was taking lunch at a II Butte club one of the most sumptuous H clubs In America, by the way one day II last summer. The telephone In the grill II room of the club was rigged to the place II called In Butte the 'Calling Off Joint. It a central headquarters, that is, where 11 nn operator calls off the results of the II races all over tho country, so that all II hands with telephones can know the H winners and practically tho whole H population of Butte plays tho ponies. Hj The megaphono was tacked onto the Hi telephone, the first race at one of the New York tracks being about due. "It was a seven-furlong race, and tho fast horse but notorious quitter, De Hi murrer, was In the lead a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

j The p at.t ii iflTrra tbibtnte: Sunday Mortn, Mauch 6, 1904. t .1 VI i mi ii ii i iii m i inn' mill 1 1 I I I I II I i i i 1 1 in ! i i i i i 1 i "i - i rrnn l mimim h iiimhi mi ' I ffl'' c. If . fi ICf il T P C-. REVIVAL OF INTEREST : I IN HORSE RACING ; Local Horsemen Arc Laying Early Plans for the Coming , " Season and Many Good Races Are 1 Promised. I' J ; Although tho enow has scarcely dls . appeared from the ground and fair US, I ' woathcr Is evidently some moons dis ' J tant, horsemen of this city have awak I onod from their wlnter'B lethargy and ' f ' ' are looking: forward to some good sport " '' 1 at tho tracks this summer. Thero aro it , any number of men In Salt Lake who J ; would rather take a spin behind a y : I ' blooded horso than eat a turkey dlnnor, ' ' and alroady a numbor of them are tak 5 , I ing dally Jogs with their horscB, al I though tho roads are still very formlda I i Tho outlook for some good harness 1 r L racing- this year is brighter than over j B bef...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

II s 'xhe Salt Lake vtBrasra:' stotdat Momsrcsr. March 6. 1904. ' ' . I I OGDEN I TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, H MSS Washington Ave, Telephone 111 W I TOOK Of" HAILWAf MAGNATE GOULD Owner of Mirny Miles of Steel Ralls Makes a Flying Trip to Ogdon. Special to Tha Tribune. OGDEN, March 5. George J. Gould was In Ogden for a short time yester day. Ec came In on a special train con sisting of four cars, and remained hero until 11:30 p. in., when he departed for Salt Lake. In the party were Mr. Gould, his two sons, Jay and Klngdon, President Jeff cry o the Denver & Rio Grande, Vice-President and General Manager Thome of the Texas Pacific, President Trice of the International & Northern of Texas, Vice-President Kramer of tho Colorado Midland, Ben Nlchol of New York City, W. F. Mc Clelland, private secretary to Mr. Gould, and O. B. Huntsman, tutor to Mr. Gould's sons. Mr Gould stepped off the train whero he was met by tho newspaper mon. He was very cordial to them and talked briefy. Ho pa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

. .-- .r , Zi! iM - The Salt Lake 'Trxbotte: Sunday Morcisn3rG Mabch 6, 1904. 9 J j I J SHALL WE HAVE GREATER l(j -1AVY OR SAVE THE MONEY I Senators Put in a Day Discussing the Proposition I as to Whether a Greater Sea Power Insures I Peace or Whether it Courts War. II "WASHINGTON. March 5. There was J ' an Interesting exchange of views Sn the 4 j Senate today between Mr. Nelson and Mr. Hale. The Minnesota Senator in, k 1 the course of a brief colloquy with Mr. I Patterson concerning features of the I naval appropriation bill expressed the ( I opinion that there Is such a common Si allty of interests on the part of the t 9 United State?, Great Britain and Japan I as to protect China, against dlsmem I berment. To this statement Mr. Hale, K In chargo of the bill, objected sharply, ; '! saying that the portion of the United 1 States In the present Oriental war is that of neutrality, and that ho could not allow to go unchallenged any statement ' j in the Senate Indicating a national In ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

II MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL ) i . , j I THE UTAH CON'S. WEALTH OF ORE Reserves, Greatest in Annals of Xlno, Now Estimated at No Less Than $25,000,000. "With the present output of Its valley I furnaces to be materially Increased with enlargements which are progressing to. a completion In June, there Is no reason why the Utah Con. of Bingham should not continue Its record of dividends, I said Manager R. H. Channlng on his i reappearance at the local offices of the company after several weeks In the East, yesterday morning, and while he positively declined to qIscum any pos sible Increase In the distribution, an Increase In the earnings naturally begets such an expectation. Not only this, there " has never been a time when the stu pendous tonnages In the property were so great as are they at this period, and while the management has declined to release its totals, It Is no exaggeration to fix the value of reserves now literally blocked out at $25,000,000. All this, how ever,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

The Rattp Tiathb Tetbotte. Sunday IvIoknxntg, Majrch 6, 1904. 11 ' jM iu "iNREALri OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS-AND BROKERS) I" CLOSE TO BILLION DOLLAR MARK Loan Expansion Shows Anothej jj f Enormous Increase Wall Street I Shares nt Low Ebb. NEW YORK, March fc-The stock mar ket came under the lufiuence of the threat of a Northern Securities decision on iron day and lost more of the small gains which had been established by the slow and laborious hardening movement of the -whole of the week up to today. Tho mar kot closed easy and at declines running to a point In a number of tho prominent 1 Btocks. Tho volume of liquidation was H, unimportant and Indicated nothing more r than traders' positions In the market, but the Impelling motive was clear enough and wis corroborated by the weakness of northern Securities Itself on tho curb, -the bank statement was without anv in- lluence. The Increaso In cash was slight ly leas than expected, but tho fact that thero waa an Increaso at all Is evldenco ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

!j 12 The SxtLake Ttucbtdste: Sunday Morotstg, Majroh 6, 1904. y H Issued Every Morning by Sail Lako Tribune Publishing Company. PERHY S. HEATH, Publisher and General Manager. Entered nt tho Postoftlco of Salt LaKo City as cecond-class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Trlbuno, ono wcck.J .25 Dally and Sunday, ono month. i.w Dally and Sunday, two months w Dally and Sunday, throo months .... 3.TO Dally and Sunday, one year Sunday Tribune, ono yeav Sunday Tribune, six montna Somi-Wockly Tribune, ono year l.w All remittances and business lcttcra nhould be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lako City. Utah S. C. Ecckwlth, Special Agency, soio Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern or llce, 43-14-15-47-18-49 Trlbuno ?udln York. Western office, E10-512 Trlbuno Building, Chicago. Washington Bureau National Hotel. Tribune Telephone Numbors. Business Office 'VliiJ City Editor 3S 3 Rings New and Night Editor SSt-2 Rings Sunday, March 6, 1904. I Still. Steuncnberg made a v...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

The Salt Lajte TREBixra: Sunday Mohnxn-g. MaroecG, 1904. 18 m R FRAOE GROWS BETTER B Isest Week s'nC9 tho 0Pen" H 1 ing of tha Year. H JOBBING BUSINESS GROWS H ) Unsettled Weathor the Only H J Bad Factor. ! Merchants Look lor Great Activity in All Linos With, the Open- fl- ' ing of Spring1. ' n Retail merchants of Salt Lako report fl I that the past week gave thorn a. larger fl i trade than any previous week of the present year. "While business generally fl t la not yet what It should be, as com 1 ; pared to last year, when tho growth o ' the city is taken Into consideration, flra there la every Indication of early lm fltu provement, and oven a better year on fllj the whole. Tho unsettled weather has ftir been a factor In delaying the spring- re H vlval in trade, but this very factor, fli with tho unusually heavy precipitation fl which it has occasioned, will be the fl r making of greater business later In the HR session. The Jobbing trade is already flt . Improving steadily In almo...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

l ; 14 The Sait Laitf: TEunxtsns: Stotdat Moknxn-, Mabch 6. 1904. '1 t I I Reselts Is What AH Advertisers, Both Great and Small, See That They Fine I MARRIAGE LICENSES. ' Lngenc R. Swartwoub, Salt Lake City.. 37 Bertha Cropp. Salt Lako City 2S Georgo F. McCornick. "West Jordan 21 Mabel Jones, Union.. - 13 tlcorgo Blahop, Salt Lake City 23 Elsie- T. Jones, Salt Lake City -1 Charles O. Wnhlberg. Salt Lake City... M Anna Swanson, Salt Lako City 3 Goorgo Rolfe. Salt Lako City.. 21 Mary Anderson, Salt Loko City l A. G. La Munyon, Helper 21 Julia Wahl. Helper iy James P. Kelly, Red Cliff. Colo W Henrietta Ren, Red Cliff, Colo W Thomns C. Swan. Salt Lako City. 21 Blln C Ilcnncfcr, Salt Lake City o Carl Peck. Salt Lako City 17 Morgarot Saunders, Hydo Pork 13 Edwin L. Wright, Salt Lake City SO Augusta. Olson. Salt Lako City -3 Lawrence K. Klrkman. Elslnoro...-. ICato Mnrquardson, Elslnoro a Jnmos C. Cattron, Salt Lako City 7 Elizabeth Sprunt, Salt Lako City 2o Thomns Capstoek, Bingham 37 Mln...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

in nl Lf x The Rat.t Latte Trxbttotjj Stotoay MaEumre, Mjeich 6, 1904. 15 l (j ' Them In The Tribune Yoolt Agree When Y.oe Look These Columns O'er, j 1 - , H FOR 6ALE--REAL ESTATE. HOUSTON REAL ESTATE j Inv. Co. Loant, Ins. Hj 1 $4000 S-rm. mod. br. rcsldonce, I facing cast on 10th East, I near 2nd Bo. House nicely Y. arr.ar.ced with part natural j Jt, finish, ctono foundation, 1 frame burn. Terms, dls- ( count for cash. mmf J 12000 5-rm. nw mod. br. cot ipce. facing south on 7th mW So. Plumbing and house fc arranpomonta strictly ' first-class. K. , B J1K0 New 5-riu. partly medorn n brick cottago, built for , V horns; owner leaving city. mw fl Has cellar, closcta and H. B pantry. Finish, oil and Kj i 2 paint. Terms. y ' $1300 Good 4-rm brick cottage, , -with frame barn. Lot (Ax 1 i 163 feet, facing south on HU Ctb So. Easy terms. UKM Our loan department in an lni- l portant feature of our business, mmm and arc prepared to loan money ' on Improved property at hlgh- H ! est values and...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

16 ' The Salt Lake tetsuie: Suistbay Moiotdto. Iarch 6, 1904. 9 I UNSETTLED WEATHER "Partly cloudy, with possibly rain or enow," to tho olTicJal forecast for tho MjfyX . v7cathor today. Bo r when you go to I ohurch or for a stroll jgA. tako your rain coata ro and umbrellas. fcO Unsettled weather ' jflfflBL -w- 111 bo tho rulo &EHt8&XF& throughout th prcfl jFSgpSy ont month, tha lattor w j WEHBM port of tho month, i5yBtcJ after tho equinoctial X aaBL period has passed, In HEX I'koly to be pleasant. J JeKKS This surmise la baseil ijEwSSr on tho fact and ff& bucked by tho an B. clcnt oilom that -Qa..., tW wjCrc Murch comc3 Jn Utc a. lion uno goes out llko a lamb. Tho mulmlum temperature yesterday , was IS 4e:reN, minimum "JO degress. Tho retfilnir at other points war: Max. MIn. ffcnver Pt. Cl'dy....S 2S Grand Junction Clear.. ..5b Helena Clear... .40 Focatollo Clear.. ..-JO Modena. Clear.. ..6S WlnncmuccA Cloudy. ...iS . H CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. Tho P. N. G. olub will m...

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