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

drl The Salt Irakis TRimrrm Mo:ntay MommTG, Mjlkch 7, 1904. 3 iM If i FIRE BUGS START COSTLY I'( - FIRES EN NEW YORK TOWN Iv ELMIRA, N. T.r March 7.-FIro broko out In a cigar factory under the Lyceum , theater at 11:15 o'clock last night und coon tho entire block wns a mass of llames. The Lyceum theater, one of tho Rcls's circuit of houses, and owned by D. C. Robinson, was totally destroyed. Tho rest of tho block was putted. Loss, $120, KK. At 1 o'clock thin (Monday) morning a burning rap was found on the Auditorium ' f ELMIRA. N. Y.. March 7, 2:50 a, 4- m. Tho Auditorium theator la now -f burning. It looks as if tho Realty -f- office building might ba destroyod. stage, ThlB theater Is in tho Realty building:, next to the Lyceum. It in thought from this that both theaters wore deliberately set on fin. I COAL BARONS AND , MEN STILL APART II ' I INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March C Prcs- . I I ldent Mitchell said tonight tho situation "' 3 as between tho miners and operators of ; the Central C...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 March 1904

The Saizf Lakej TRiBiJGrag Monday mokotn'mch 7, 1904, Issued Every Morning by Salt Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company. PEERT S. HEATH, Publisher find General Manager. Entered nt tht Postofftco o Salt Lake City as necond-closs matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally aid Sunday Tribune, ono wcok.S .23 ' Daily and Sunday, one month... .... i.w Dally and Sunday, ttro months ....... - oo D'alJy and Sundny, three months .... 3.OT Dally nnd Sunday, one year Sunday Tribune, ono ycni Sunday Trlbuno, six months J-W Beml-Wcckly Trlbuno, one year 1.60 All remittances and business letters Bliould be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City. Utah. B. C. Beckwlth. Special Anenoy. Solo I'nrtem Auvnitlslnc Agent. Eastern of fice -M-fii-47-S-49 Trlbuno Bulldlnpr. New York. Western offico. G10-C12 Trlbuno Building:, Chicago. Washington Bureau National Hotel. Tribune Telephone Numbers. Business Office 3G0 City Editor SSI 3 Rings yews and Night Editor 3S-2 Rlnga Monday, March 7, 1904. H Preside...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 March 1904

ral See Saip Lake Tbibukes Monday Mokntistg, Majrch: 7, 1904. 5 I iH I! , I TALES OF REVENGE 1 ; AND ROULETTE Buauell G. Schuldo? Tolls of Intorest- ing- Tilings He Heard "Wliile I 1 ' ,f ,. ,n Europe. H 1 I So'mo very IntorcBtlns facto and inol B ) derrts tiro related by Russell G. Schulder. B former Assistant City Attorney, who ro B tunlod Saturday nleht from lSuropo. B where ho and his brido havo been spend B Uk tlio winter. B 4 "Wo wore tliroo day at AJocclo, Cor Br , nlca. tho birthplace of Napoleon." he said J yesterday, "and we found the Island one Wif, of ,tho most lntcrestlp.fr places that yve R visited. You need not think that the B vemloUa la a thing of the pasL Outsiu 1 ' era aro perfectly safe, but tho old f cutis VI r still prevail, especially In the Interior of ml - the Island, and It Is eald that the popu- . lntlon 1b actually dccroaslnt' because or. K ; them. Kentucky feuds aro not In It with mi Corslcau vondottas. Tho vendettas nrc Mi t handed down from father to s...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 March 1904

If FlINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL TO RUSH WORK ON CACTUS MILL g Bids for Machinery Must Bo in Hot H Later Than Middle of tlio Mouth. H From the local offices of. tlio Ncwhouso H mines notices havo been, just issued, H which admonish the manufacturers of H mill machinery that all bids must be in H Tuesday, March 15th, tho awards to H follow as soon thereafter as sagacity H shall permit, and work on the stupen- Hi dous concentrator to be dispatched In HL a manner that shall enable it to go into Hr commission next September. It appears H a short time In which to achieve so great H un undertaking, said one of those who H will compete for the contracts, as he di- H ccatort th notify vnstfirrinv. but the rush Is characteristic of tho man behind it. I Meanwhile the "working plans," upon II which Mr. Moser, the mechanical en- , glnecr on the Ncwhouso staff, has been I engaged for several months, are all In I the hands of Manager Battles, and from I this source there can, certainly be ...

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

H sj Tbcb Sjult Tiattpi Trebttn: MOjNDat Moigsten-g, Mjlrch 7, 1904. T ! Ill EVOLUTION AUD BIBLE Dean Eddie's Powerful Dis course at St. Mark's. Tho courso of sermons vhlch Dean 3ddio 1g prcachlns on tho subject of "Evolution" has attracted much atten tion, as la evidenced by tho IncrcaslnK congregations at tho cathedral on Sunday mornings. Tho topic treated yesterday was "Evolution and tho Bible," tho text J bolng taken from IT. Potcr, 1-21, "Holy mon of God spako as they were movod by the Holy Ghost." j I Tho speaker referred to tho fear ox ' ' pressed by many good Christians lest tho J Bible should suffer at tho hands of mod- J ern criticism, or as some put- It, tho dls ' covorlcs of science. ( Attention was called to tho fact that . tho Blblo Is an aggregation of many ! works, written by many authors of varied ability, and covering a period of many H centuries. Tho writers of tho Inspired ' ft books were not by any means perfect y men, and, aa In tho case or all work per i 'I fo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 March 1904

the Salt 'Lake Timnnrai: mojStday Moiog-, jNJLlhch 7, 1904. l tSitoifaoZ .m. -J..t - J-'-M, ,. -mill inn iiiiii i ii-m-rr rTTriTTrr-irnH"-n-"r'r"J1 T 1 CAMBRIDGE FITTING FOR THE RACE AT OXFORD. In preparing for the annual rowing duel on the Thames, Cambridge has had some luck that was largely a counterpart of that Derailing Oxford. "t" J Edward Moss the president, has been forbidden to row, and his absence will be a very serious loas to the boat. He Is an excellent and well-tried X oar and his presence In the middle of the boat was of Inestimable value. Owing to the state of the floods at Cambridge the practice at Ely has been contln- jl X ued' the men going over by train In tho afternoon. Along the Adelaide course the towpath has been Hooded for a part of the way. -f HI8H SCHOOL BOYS HARDENING BICEPS This afternoon tho high school boys be gin work on their spring athletic teams. Although the high cchool lads are handi capped in the way of facilities for train ing, they arc not at a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 March 1904

Ban ft1?' THE SAIT IAKE TBlBTOTEi MCXNDAY MOINTN'G, MARCH 7, 1904. 9 j ) I A GOING TO THE WAR ( Through the earth1 Myptery of the Disappearance of a Gotham Boy Cleared by New York Herald Special Service. f NEW YORK, March 6. "I just f trying to dig: to China to get to the war." was the startling- declaration Jj made lato this week in the Children's i court In Brooklyn by 12-year-old George Lockand of Keap street, who was found after a mysterious disappearance, holfv ' ) starved and half-frozen In a cave in . Calvary cemetery, which ho hid cxfca- , vated to a depth of twenty-five feet, The youth's appearance In court cor- l roborated hl9 explanation of his wan- , i dering from home. His clothes were ' torn and filled with dirt, his handa were a bleeding and his knees were scraiched. He wept as he faced Magistrate Fi IS C' gorald, who laughed aloud at tho boy3 ' talo and plight. At tho station tho boy was warmed , and fed, but he would give no explana- ' ; tlon of his conduct until he...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 March 1904

10 The Sat.t TiAinr. jmsrorE: Monday Moknxhtg, !March 7, 1904. J I MILLIONS OF BIBLES SENT BROADCAST British nnd Foreign Bible Society I Placed tho Holy Book at the Titter-most Ends of the Earth. WASHINGTON', Marcn 6. President r nnd Mrs. Roosevelt, Justice Browor of the United States Supreme court, Sonntor Dolllvcr of Iowa, tho British Embassa dor and Lady Durand and many othor persono prominent In official, diplomatic ' and social circles, attended tho services today In commemoration of the ono hun dredth anniversary of tho British nnd Foreign Bible society at SU John's Epls- I copal church. , Justice Brewer and Senator Dolllvcr I were tho principal speakers, ; Dr. Danler C Gilman, president of tho I j American Blblo society, presided and D mado a few remarks, In which ho said D that during tho llfctJmc of the British I and American societies they had clrcu- ' latcd JCO.OM.OOO copies o tho Bible nnd I. parts of tho Blblo to tho nations of the W world. W( Justico Brewer said: "It I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 March 1904

- - - - -y MmMmmmmwBSSmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm r -Hi ' Tmn Sam T.flTm! TRiBraraii Monday Mokntstg, Mjurch: 7, 1904. n . j U ADDITIONAL 1 1 CLASSIFIED ADS . I ON PACE 12 J FOR BALEREAL ESTATE. ) 4 .HOUSTON REAL ESTATE Inv. Co. Loans, Ins. j & $4000 3-rm. mod. br. residence, j f facing cast on 10th East, I near 2nd So. House nicely ( P arranged with part natural . k finish, stono foundation, r -' frame barn. Terms, dls- 1 K count for cash. ' 2000 5-rm, new mod. br. cot- ft ' tnge, facing south on 7th h So. Plumbing and house i- arrangements strictly p . , first-class. ?1C0 New C-rm. partly modern brlcl: cottage, built for home; owner leaving city. Has cellar, closets and ( pantry. Finish, oil and : paint. Terms. , I JlfcOO Good l-rm. brick cottage, with frame barn. Lot 64x 1G3 feet, facing south on 6th So Easy terms. i Our loan department lc an Im- portant feature of our business, i and are propared to loan money J on Improved property at hlgh- ( est values and lowest rates. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 March 1904

I FAIR WEATHER FLAG UP Pair today nnd tomorrow is tho fore I cast oC tho wenther sent out by tho bu- II W&P reau ni u asnmKi"". Tho prognostication for yesterday, so fur eis It supplied to this citv, was xllghtly er roneous. Thcro was no rain or snow, and instead of eloudl .ncss. bright Italian lclcs was tho por tion for Salt Lako City, , , "Tho unsottled weather that had ecn sighted bearing down on Uie city by cho weather outlook, FAIR. vns tlirown oft Its course boforo reaching this city. Tho maximum temperature yesterday I was 63 degrees, minimum 41 degrees. I! CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD, i A. V. Anderson, prcsldont of the newly created town board of Bingham Canyon, nnd C. E. Addcrly, treasurer, wero In iSlon over Sunday. Nows reached this city yesterday of the doath of Jerry McCarthy's father at his ' homo In Walkcrvlllc. Mont. McCarthy i loft loot night and will reach WalkervilJo In time- for tho funeral. A rehearsal will bo held at the Calvary i Baptist church on Tuesday ovcnln...

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

if I RE HO THE ST0RY F NE WMHN WH6 WHS "SB21LBD" T R P0LYGHMIST tL I nj l j ,Vfa fid IP -v (ji 4;4-,:f must eadl ? l T Y' & j B Jf C- V ' WEATHER TODAY Partly cloudy, with local rain. ' I Vol. x:lyx. No. 32T. Saxt Lake City, Utajei, Tuesday Mokntg. March s, 1904, B2 ph6BS.five Cents, j 19 I . - FATEFUL NUMBER OF PROGENY BORN TO HEAD OF " I MORION CHURCH SINCE UKASE AGAINST POLYGAMY I! ; J President Smith at Request of Counsel Checks Up il and Finds Thai He Is the Father of Thirteen jl ( Children Born Since the Manifesto Went Into 1: Effect-Mrs. Mabel Barber Kennedy, Once the I t Wife of a PoSygamist, Succeeds President Smith ', in the .Witness Chair and TeSIs of Her Unhappy 1 1 j Lot as a Plural Wife-Senator Dubois Discusses -w Probable Outcome of the Investigation-It's in B the Air That Smoof Must Go. Hl BY A. F. PHILIPS. Tribune Bureau, 1 NnUonai Hotel, L V WASHINGTON, D. C. March 7. j Hrf The sensation In the Smoot case tcnflay was the advent of Mrs. Mabel Bar- Hidr ber Kenne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 March 1904

I CLOUDBURST LEAVES k WAKE OF RUIN IN ITS PATH. Yellow Creek Valley In Ohio Devastated by a Wall of i Water, Which Sweeps Down Hr the Mountain Side, Carrying Everything Portable. Hl i FXOODWATERS CONTINUE TO j RAVAGE PROPERTY AND IM- PERIL LIFE IN PENNSYLVA NIA , ' NIA TOWNS TWO FAMILIES, COMPRISING FOURTEEN PER SONS, RESCUED FROM SHEL LY'S ISLAND, IN THE SUSQUE Hl SANNA RIVER. H STEUBENVILL.E, O., March 7. The H Yellow creek valley from Bcrgholtz to H the Ohio river Is a scene of devasta- W tlon as the result of a cloudburst, floods B and raJns for the past week, and $200,000 H will not cover the loss. HARRISBURG, Pa.. March 7. The H families of George and John Bcrger and Miss Kurtz, a school teacher, fourteen H persons In all, who have been lmprls- Hj oncd by high water In their homes on H Shclly's Island in the Susquehanna, op- B : posltc Goldsboro, were rescued today. a PITTSBURG, March 7. From pres ent Indications the Monongahela and V i Allegheny rivers will again be at a H fl...

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

Tmn SAUT Jj&KB TETBTOTBj TUESDAY MOKOT2?TG MABCH 8. 1904.-. 3 H (' l WITHIN THE DOMAIN F DTHH H IN A2TD ABOUT 1 j TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, j B 24S6 "Washington Ave., Telephone 111 jgj J NO CLUd 10 MAN WriO ASSAULTED WOMAN j ' Police Capture a Suspect, but the Vic- tlm Foils to Identify Him, ' and He Goes Free. i Special to Tho Tribune, j ; OGDEN. March 7.-Thc pollco arc at sea as to tho Identity of a man who attempted , a. criminal assault upon Miss Tllllo Han- I L cock Sunday night. , Yesterday mornlne tho officers secured a clue that they thought v.'ould lead to tho 1 1 capture of the culprit, but when the suh- ( pect was taken before the young lady shn could not Identify him. : She alleges that her assailant had a dark moustacho and the suspect was smooth shr.ven. I One circumstance, however, was suspl- clous, and that was that tho suspect's i shoe fitted the footprints made by the Girl's assailant. The suspect gavo a satisfactory account of himself and tho officers were satisf...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 March 1904

4 rFHE 8 Tmbuiste; Tu 8, 1904. ' Issued Every Mornlnpr by ISalt Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company, j ' PERRY S, HEATH, I Publisher nnd General Manager. Entered nt the Postofflco of Salt Lake City as occor.d-class matter. , TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dnllv and Sunday Tribune, one week.? .25 Dally nnd Sunday, ono month J.tfJ Dally and Sunday, two months J.w Dally nnd .Sunday, three- months .... a.w Dally nnd Sunday, one year Jj--J Sunday- Tribune, ono yoav r Sunday Tribune, six months ' Scml-Wcekly Tribune, ono year All remittances and buslncGS letters should be addressed to -TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City. Utah. S. C. Beckwlth. Special Accnoy. Solo Eastern Advertising Agent, knatcrn . or I flee, -M7-4S-tt Trlbunft Building. New Tork. Wcotcrn office, 610-512 Tribuno j Building. Chicago. . I Washington Bureau National Hotel. Tribune Telephone Numbers. Business Offlco 4ci"ViiinM I , City Editor - Nowii and Night Editor 3S1-2 Rlnga I, Tuesday, March 8, 1004. It I How can you doubt ...

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

The Saot liAKB TeibitnBo3 Tussdat MossmsG. Mbch Sj III l 44.fi4. I MANY OF AMERICA'S BEST JOCKEYS NOW FOUND ON THE PACIFIC COAST mm pkm ' wMm i " : v.-- i Herewith are pictures of well-known Eastern jockey? who may be seen on California tracks next season. These i lads have never ridden on a Western S track, but since the racing- at Jngieside and Ascot Park has attracted so muc'n attention of late, a number of Eastern ridera are contemplating- a trip to the coast next winter. Until this year Eastern jockeys who came "West had an easy time and won almost as they pleased. This season, however, things are different. Some of the best boys in the country have been riding at San Francisco and Los 1 Angeles tracks, and Eastern, jockeys I would have to go some to beat the Cali fornia rldera to the money. Even Arthur Redfern, who made such an enviable record at New Orleans two j years ago. is unable to outstrip some I f of the youngsters now riding on the California tracks. Hildebrand, Moun-...

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

6 The Saxt Lake Tribiine: Tijesday Motsqxing, arch 8, 1904. H 1 1 I nmi km prospect; fmrnace and hill 1 I THE RICH ORES OF OLO GALENA Intenso Excitoment Over Disclosures r Mado "by Salt Lake Talent at tho Camp. From old Ploche, whose pleadings for several years have fallen upon his ears. I came Judge John "W. Burton ycstor I day morning- with a story of disclosures i In the old Nevada camp that cannot fall i to arouse the attention of capital and rovlve Interest in Its long-neglected opportunities. It was about thirty days ago that the Judge, with Robert I "W. Brady of the San Pedro's forces dispatched an expert into the country. I-; and while he was unable to pick I off the bargain that hod been D originally commended to them, I ho did return with an option on a ten-foot hole In n most likely look V1. lng group that was In few hours made nj tho foundation for the PIochc-Nevada Hi ... . TtnK imt oo I! con. -Mining compunj. . jui i much dispatch was the prospecting or the ground pros...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 March 1904

Br i ii Hf J 'Lim H at.t 8 1 A TCTfl TEIBTIKE: TUESDAY MOKNTJG-, MARCH 8, 1904. 7 ktttttK i . . I r vllN REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS I WALL STBEET STILL IN THE DOLDRUMS Another Fit of Lethargy Marks Open j ing- of Week in tho Great S Speculative Center. NEW YORK, March 7. Thcro was a short-lived spurt of activity on tho stock market this morning and some nppcaranco of nervousness, owing to the general con viction that tho Supromo court would hand down Its decision today In the North ern Securities case. This supposition ex tended as far as London and affected Americans thcro beforo our opening. Ap parently tho expectation was modified bo foro tho Supremo court assembled and tho early declines wero pretty generally recovered. When it was definitely an nounced that tho decision would not coma today, the market relapsed into a degrco of stagnation that has not been equalled beforo since tho present era of dullness set In. Northern Securities ltscljC was forced down nearly 2...

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

rS The SAiiT Lake TRiBTOTEi Tuesday MomcmG. Maiich s, 1904. 11 ' HOUSE BURIED UNDER AN AVALANCHE OF DOCUMENTS ! Postmaster-General Unloads What He Terms a Lot of "Useless' Reports and Papers on the Members of the Lower Branch of Congress. H' WASHINGTON, March 7. Whoa tho H Housvi convened today a communication H from Uio Postmaster-General was read HI in which It was stated that tho depart- Hl ment was burdened with a lot of usc- , leas documents, and Messrs. Bates HI (Pn.) and Barrett (N. Y.) wero ap- H ' pointed a committee to mako recom- , f mendations as to their disposal. Hi Mr. Ovexstreot, chairman of the Com mlttco on Postofllccs and Postroads, called, up the, privileges report on the Hay resolution callinfr for certain Lnfor- i matlon regarding: the line ofl "in lluence" by means of the House to se- H) euro increases, etc., In salaries of H' postmasters. There was a full attend- H unco of members. H Mr, Overstreet said the committee 1 H had unanimously directed him to re- H'...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 March 1904

li CONDITIONS EN INDIAN - TERRITORY INVOLVE DANGER. Report of Special Commission ers of the Government in the Matter of irregularities In Connection With Affairs in Territory Sont to Congress. i tTN" TRANSMITTING THE FIND INGS OF THE COMMISSIONERS THE PRESIDENT MAKES SOME SUGGESTIONS "REGARDING THE CLOSING UP OF THE COM MISSION WHICH CHARGE OF AFFAIRS IN THE TERRI WASIIINGTON. March 7. The Pres ident tod transmitted to CongTcss a. report ot Cliarles J. Bonaparte and Clinton Rogers "Woodruff In tho matter of Irregularities In tho Indian Terri tory. The President says: "I call special attention to the condi tion oi affairs In Indian Territory as therein set forth. In accordance with tfV the recommendation of Messrs. Bona 7 parte and Woodruff, the members of the commission to the five civilized tribes have been informed that If they are to continue in the service they must cease all connection with business op erations of any kind in the Territory, where it is possible that their ofllc...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 March 1904

The Salt Laktt. TiDira: Tuesday Moiosten-g, March 8, 1904. ; I. pffANT APS" CASH RATES I 10c por lino first insertion. 1 Cc per lino each subsequent insertion. No ad. to occupy lesa spaco than two lines. Tour "want ad." will bo ac copted and 'phoned to The Salt Lalto Tribune offlco at regular ratoa by tho following agents: BRANCH OFFICES Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. 101 Main Street W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., I Cornor Second South and State. SHEHWOOD PHARMACY, ' 502 South State. ' I LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand 8 Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd "West 8 and South Temple. Q j , H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, j j 511 West Second South. 8 L. M. jVtAYS, Wasatch Drug j ) ' Store, northeast cornor Second I ' ' South and Third East. D ' 5 W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, B j 11th East and 12th South, Su- gar Houso. ! FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. 1 GOOD COW FOR SALE; 343 CURTIS 1 St., Waterloo. tgK 1 1CGGS FOR HATCHING - BARRED H Plymouth Rock, White Wyandotte and H I Rhode Island Reds, $1 por 15. Crossbroolc H , ranch. 3570 S. Tth East...

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