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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 March 1904

if HI The Bauf Lake TeiBinrai Tuesday Mobhing- Majrch: 8, 1904, H W HH i,v Itching, Burning, Scaly HS f&r Skin anc Humor3 ("UA czemas hashes and rCU Irrigations instantly ie- Vwl lieved and speedily ff2 cured by warm baths I k COT! CUBA SOAP &k3 Efftntle anointings with Cuticura Olct H fcfnt, when DhyaHins and aJI ?W II 'jwiFpe of ' v I Every Woman I AwhIWBVIHA la InloreiteU and should know T fnwlAHMUX utout iho wonderful If va1to M MARYEL Whirling Spr. v 1 V VvlMTho V,E1 Srlort. Jnju l tvtsCvSS'Aw lion and auelir-n. Ucal fan, If TJ "'sS''Jt-Mt ConTonlent. &f'''-'.7y HUfUUM Ir..lUj. I lrhecdDnoiscpplTthe -.t8b&M'&?r I MAUVUJ,. nccopt no '-irr-' h other, but wnil stamp for v '.'. I Illustrated booX-tfiM. UbItc i, ff )Y I tnUiartlcularannddlroetlonii In- W J I, valuiibl- to ladles SIAUVKI, CO.ruS f J? 41 1'nrU Ilovr, .Vow l ork. P For sale by F. C. Schramm, F. J. Hll' tf Drug Co. and Clias. Van Dyke, B Lake Stamp J JfiTtt Them. "VvSSite 1G7 S. W. Templa 1 lrSTi Sal...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 March 1904

i2 Tbce SaitLake Hhbtotes Tuesday Moknxnt,:Maiioh 8. 1904. H UNSETTLED WEATHER Hl "Parity cloudy with loonl rain." Thu balth tho local weather forecaster Togard- ing the olosa of (weather today. Thin moanB. providing of course, tho clouds do not roll by and tho Showers accompany them that thoro will ibo a cessation of the 1lno Italian tiny en joyed ycBtorday, A littla rain would not, however, bo amiss, jig according to the weather bu reau there Is a Uc fldencv of prcciplta- Itlon oinco March 1st of .19 of an Inch. This is offoot by an cxccbb since tho first of tho yoar of .74 of on Inch. The maximum iomporature yesterday was C3 decrees; mini muni, 45 degrees. Hero Is tho record at other points: May. Mln. jXravor Cloudy.., .CO -10 Qrand Junction Cloudy.. ..GO 2S i Holona. . CI car.... 50 W ' Pooatello Ptly. cldy.. M 3? (Modena Clear ..G3 3S ftVlnuoinucca ..Cloudy -H CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. H . W. V. Slielp returned yesterday from an HL (Eastern trip In the lntorcst of the Suit -Lalco ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 March 1904

BIWMQR SAYS THAT THE JAPANESE FLEETMIAENQAGED AND DESTLM l 1 " 4- 4-4- 4- 4- rrr ' j gmm Ak LA ''H I SHOCKING THE WORLD. J 1 j M U 'fflxb 1 1 4- 4- 4.4: 4. -H I 4- Tho confessions of the Mormon 4- 525 I 1 jU V H a, a , 4", THE ONLY "WAY. 4 II 4 Wltncssos ,n tne Smoot caso nt 4- Vfia 1 Hfcii "I- A 1 Mm 1 rtfT yff H WSm Wh'mi'vA Wm fMk 4- Jf yoti are out of employment don't 4- .LH 4- Washington, showing how polyga- MM fH l75fck ll IB ll Ik lx fa M 3 1 I 1 I I II MS loar fironnd 11113 wonder why people 4- 'IH ,4-j mists aro living In open dcflanco of -f jf Hj H H Bx fc 1 B I W U V)A HT Kill B 1 I I I I H do not hunt you up and offer you 4- IH nI1 lfiws are shocking the civilized P j W 1 CLT (1 , 1 I I y B , 11, y YBiL T L Riwy EL. B IL L JMt IL' Iftk'A a PsUon. Put a want In THE 4- HiH Read them In THE TRIB- -h jSsfcgJr fj " vF'' xT T Z1 S TRIBUTE and get results. J- 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-' 4- Q C ' WEATHEB TODAY Partly cloudy, -with local rain. k " " tJ Vol. xiYI. ;no. 328...

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

W; 13 Teds Sajtt Iajle Tribtote: Wednesday Moknctg-, Majrch 9, 1904. 11 IBOY WITHSTANDS SHOCK OF 2300 VOLTS ' Youth .it Woiscr, Idn., Has a Narrow Escapo From Being Elec trocuted, Special to Tha Tribune. WEISER. Ida., M:irch S. About 0:30 o'clock last evening Jnmcs Eaton, a boy , about 13 years of age, had a narrow ca- cape from electrocution by a livo vrlro. Th wlro had neon broken down by falling tries. Tho boy was returning to his home on horcsback when the accident occurred. r It had been raining all day and the street wan muddy and wot at thd time. The hanglnp wire touched his cap, and na he threw up his hand to raise tho wlro ho received a shock that knocked both him and his hcrso to tho ground, llo managed to drag himself to his home, about four blocks away, where ho re malncd unconscious all nlpht, , Two of his fingers aro burned almost to tho bone, and ho has a bad cut on .his head, where ho fell on the graveled road. I I He Is better today, but will lose two I 1 ' "Inie ho...

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

H The Saif liAKM Trebupte? Wednesday Moknxn"g-, jSIjurch 9, 1904. 3 I 5 I WITHIN THE DOMAIN F CTHH f 1 i TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, 1 J 2155 Washington Ave., Tclophono 111 Jj $ FIRST REGULAR TRAINS B I OVER LUCIN CUT-OFF East and West Bound Freights Cross ' the Great Salt Lake Over the New Railroad Highway. Special to The Tribune. OGDEN, March 8. The Ogdcn-Lucin cut-off, eliminating MS miles of the main Una of the Southern Pacific over Prom ontory mountain, and shortening the road by lorty-three miles, was opened to regu lar traffic this morning. The first train to cross tho Great Salt lake was composed of thirty-five cars of Asiatic freight, and was in charce of Conductor Van Tasscll. Tho run over tho new road, which in cludes forty-three- miles of trcstling over the water of tho lake, was made In seven hours' less time than would havo been required bv thr Promontory route. At 1.15 o'clock this afternoon a west bound train left Ogden, in charge of Con ductor Harlan. Pasacnger trains wi...

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

4 The Sam IiAKB '10313 Wednesday M 9, 1904, - ! lu Mmw tribune. Issued Every Morning by Salt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. PERBY S. HEATH, Publisher and General Manager. Entered at tho Postofficc of Salt Lake City an accond-class matter. ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, one week $ .25 Dally and Sunday, one month 1.00 Dally and Sunday, two months . 2.00 Dally sml Sunday, threo months ... o.OO Dally and Sunday, ono year 12 CO Sunday Tribune, one year j-JJJJ Sundav Tribune, six montrm 10 r- Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year 1.60 All remittances and business letters should be addressed to TRIBUTE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Salt T,ako City. Utah. S. C. Bockwith. Special Agency. Solo Eastern Advertising AgenL Eastern of I flco. 43-41-15-47-4S-19 Trlbuno Building. New York. Western office. B10-512 Trlbuno Building. Chicago. I Washington Bureau National Hotel. I Trlbuno Telephone Numbers. I Business Office SCO I Citv Editor ,aS4 3Rlngn D News and Night Editor .1312 Rings I, , Wedn...

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

w 11 111 . I V ; The Salt Hajke Tbibtots.1 Wednesday MonisxisG-, .Mauch 9, 1904. . 5 I: MRS. NASH WILL I GET A DIVORCE "But tho Outlook for Alimony is Not Bright as Nash Has But 90 Cents Borrowed Money. 4- -!-' j ;f . COUE.T CAIiENDAK. f " Coses Set for Today. -t- DISTRICT COURT. -f Division No. 1 Hon. W. C. Hall, 4- Judge. Con. Jefferson G. & C. Ml- -f 4- ning Co. vs. Hugh L. Bcrjlcy ct al. -f District No, 2 Hon. S. W. Stew- -f .art. Judge. Alex Stlefol vs. Con. -f Railway and Power Co. I '4- Division No. 3-Hon. C. V. Morse. f-' Judge. Sarah L, Nash vs. Albert -f- -- H. Nash. rf Division No. -1 Hon. T. D. Lewis. 'rf- Judge. Union and Jordan Irrlga- tlon Co. vs. Richards Irrigation Co.; -f 4- Job Whlto vs. Century Gold Mining 4- CITY COURT. -j- Civil division Hon. II. S. Tanner, , 4' Judge. 10 a. m., Steffoy vs. Pratt; 4- '4- 2 p. m.. Parsley vs. Boyes. 4 I ' 'if 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4-4-4- 4- 4- 4 I Tho sensational features In the separate j "Snaintenanco and divorce suit of Sarah L....

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

ty The Salt Tmtct) TiminrE: TTedstesday MoiraTjsrGr, Maiicec 9, 1904. I i MINE AMD PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL T I old honerine IN LINE AGAIN Reappears at Sampler With a Splen Hr did Quality of Lead and Hj Silver Ores. Hl The Urst lot of. crude ore to arrive from the Honerlne of Stockton since ac- tlvc production was suspended that the H unwaterlng of Its channels through the Hl long drain tunnel might proceed with- Hj 1 out Interruption from any source, made its appearance at the sampler last H night, tills, said William F. Snyder, H general manager, to be followed by the H delivery of concentrates from the new Hh mill on Saturday. Of the first-class ore H that, according to camp assays, should H ( show as much as 55 per cent lead, 2S H ounces silver and $1.20 gold, there Is H , 300 tons now at the surface, the rovenuo Hl j from this source alone to place the mine i on a self-sustalnlm; basis the prcsont h 'l month, while the output of the mill H ! ' Kvith the crushers running at th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 March 1904

IF H In The Sam? Tjathtc tribttnte: Wednesday MoEraG3 Mauch 9, 1904. 7 I 5 1 1M REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS j WALL STREET STILL DULL hMi SLUGGISH f All Efforts to Enthuse tho Share Mar- ket Prove Unavailing . Bonds Irregular. NEW YORK, March S. Yes tord ay's dis appointment over tho non-appearance of tho Northern Securities decision still, weighed upon tho market today and I . throw It back Into the rut of dullness and I sluggishness which restricted its move ment last week. It was o-idcnt that yesterday's brief ' spurt of activity had resultod In closing Hi H up pretty much all tho short Interest, id which was opened as a result of tho cx- K t. peoted handing dov.Ti of tho Northern Sc- H' r. curltlcs decision. It is expected that as HI , tho week draws to a closo short lines will H W he put out again In a tentatlvo way, to ho covered again on Monday afternoon jfjfti should tho decision still bo withheld. Tho MnPii ' movement of prices today was not con- VijH ' slstcntly...

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

J 8 The Saxt Laice Trxbtotej Wjsdnesbax Morning-, March 9. 1904. , ITOZIER WILL PITCH FOR THE ELDERS Popular Hard-Hitting Young Twirler F ! Will Wonx the Salt Lako ', Uniform, i Announcement was made yesterdny by the management of the Salt Lake ' 1 Baseball club that a contract had been I signed by William I. Tozier. tho youngster who performed in the I ' pitcher's box for the Elders last treason, Tozlcr was on the reserve list lant fiea- H son, but not until recently did ho sign Hi' a 1D04 contract. U j Tozier is at preaent in St. Louis, but I; vill be in Salt Lake as soon as the 1' i ' weather will permit practice. He de- I i clare3 that he has taken good care of 1 I hlmBelf during the past winter, and I , says he can get into playing condition I on short notice. I j Tozier made many friends while play- Hl ;! ing with the local team last summer. Ill : nd there are u. number of persons here- m 1 who think he will be one of the stellar I performers on the Salt Lake aggrcga- lion thi...

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

j I - - The Salt Lake Tihbtote: Wednesday Moicstcng, March 9, 1904. 9 , I j WILL DEVELOP " V CENTRAL OREGON Contract for Construction of Colum - bia Southern to Be Let This Month. i!8! PORTLAND, Or., March ,8. It la I understood that the contract for the construction of the Columbia Southern railroad from Shanlko to Bend, Or., will ibe let early this month, and that active construction on the extension .will commence within the next month and be pushed with all speed possible until the road is completed. In an effort to avoid trouble from Bpeculatora who would obtain property I along the rlffht-of-way for the purpose of mulcting the company, the exact route has been kept a close secret. It haa been definitely decided upon, never theless, and all rights-of-way. It Is said, have been secured. It Is understood that orders for rails have already been placed in the East and will be on hand by the time sufllclont grading has been done for track-laying to begin The completion of this road ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 March 1904

H 10 THE SAXT TiAKT. riaBTINB: Websday Moenxntg, MaTaCH 9, x t ipWANT ADS"'' I CASH RATES 10c per line flrut insertion. 5c per line each subsequent insertion. No nd. to ocoupy less space ! than two lines. Your "want ad." will be nc ! cepted and 'phoned to The Salt Iako Tribune offlco at regular rates by tbo following agents: BRANCH OFFICES ' Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. j 101 Main Street. W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Second South and Stato. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 602 South State. 1 1 I LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand i i Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West and South Temple. I J H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, j 511 West Second South, j 1 3 L. E MAYS, Wasatch Drug j I fl Store, northeast corner Second South and Third East, s W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, B 11th East and 12th South, Su j gar House, j FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. LAYING HENS FOR SALE. 103S E. 4TH 1 South. ttCG HOUSEHOLD GOODS, CHEAP: nouso for rent. -MS West 3rd So. liCO K0 TETRO. 34C; 1000 NEW YORK. 91 C; COO Butler-Liberal. 1014c. Will buy COO Sac ramento, 20c...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 March 1904

i J ?PHE BAM' liASISMtBTOiTEt "WEtoTESDAir MOimXNG, MAIiCH 9, 1904. II H I ! WALl OF MYSTERY BIDING HORMOH HIERARCHY V f GIVING UNDER BLOWS OF SENATE BATTERING RAMS H j t (Contlnuod Prom Page 1.) crs htid married plural wives and that two of his sisters had married Into polygamous families. MOTHER OF KENNEDY "WOMAN. I The prosecution called to the stand Mrs. Emma Matthews of Marysville, h Utah, mother of Mrs. Clara Mabel Ken- nedy. Mrs. Matthews said she had been a member of a Mormon family L for twenty-five years and Is a Mormon herself. Bho ha been a plural wife, but I Is not now. Mrs. Kennedy Is the child j of Mrs. Matthews' first husband and was born before Mrs. Matthews becamo a Mormon. Mrs. Matthews said Mrs. Kennedy is 2G or 27 years old and had gone to Diaz with her parents sixteen years ago. Mrs. Matthews said that while living at Diaz she had known Mr. Johnson for two years prior to his marriage to her daughter and that she had had no ob jection to her daughter becoming hi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 March 1904

Im AN EPITOME OF THE WANTS OF THE PEOPLE OF SALT 'LAKE WILL BE FOUND ON PAGE 10 : H 12 The Salt t.attr! Thebtote: Wednesday Mokkxntg, M-arch 9. 1904. I '! RAIN OR SNOW, COLDER I Aes announced by Forecaster Hyatt, the Pno Italian weather of Monday gavo way yesterday to rain and I umbrellas and storm coats wcro In demand. For today Mr. Hyatl announces that thore will bo a contlnuanco ot the rain, with a falling mercury. If It does not rain tho fore caster eaya It will snow. I Tho itorm of yester day won .UonUcil by tho heaviest fall of rain for somo tlmo, .20 of an lnoh falling. It was I throughout tho Stato so far as heard I from. Tho maximum temperature yesterday tras 65 degrees; minimum, -W degrees. Tho record at other points: Tcmpensturo. Max. Mln. , Denver Cloudy.... G! 33 Grand Junction ...Cloudy.. ..to 50 Helena ...Cloudy... .51 M Pocntcllo Raln....Sil Ai. i Uodonn JPt. Cldy....G-l m I Wlnnomucca. Cloudy.... 52 AG i CITY AND NEiGKBORHOOD. V ' C. M. Jackson has boon oleetod secr...

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

I ? IMOST SKILLFUL MILITARY ACHIEVEMENT OF AGE CREDITED TO MIKADO'S MEN I 11 . "Hfc L4 Li rfTHk Ftf ..""BliL? i -'P 4 4: 1 1 I JT 1 CTn V) a CLOSING SCENES. "ffil li T WEATHEXt TQlJAZSr-EraliaMy- fair- -j Vol. XXVI. No. 329. Salt Lake City, Utah, Thursda y Moiustog, Mauch 10, 1904, 12 phges.-five Cents. H 1 SENATORS MAKE ANOTHER TRIP INTO g M0RM0ND0M WITH HEAD OF CHURCH j D President Joseph Smith Recalled in the Smoot Case and Further Questioned Regarding the Doings of the Apostles and Other High Church Digni- a taries-SpecuIation As to What Action the Senate I Committee Will Take. 'H a . ug$ "4- "WASHINGTON, March 0. Several offlclaJs of the Mormon church to- -f Mi '--titled in the Senator Smoot case before the Senate Committee on 4. fr'jj M Privilege? and Elections that they had plural wives and had continued 4. B V; io .practice polygamous cohabitation since the manifesto of 1S30. I jf rri Just before adjournment for the day tho committee held an executive yi. . session for the p...

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

Bn : 2 0jece Salt JuAK& Tribune: Thursday Moj&rorG, March 10, 1904:. Hh! I! i ARMY BILL PASSES IN THE SENATE i , House Takes Up the Hay Resolution Regarding the Postofilce Department. WASHINGTON, March 9,-Durlng con sideration of tho army appropriation bill In the Scnato today Mr. Bacon protested r against the acceptance of the statue of Frederick the Great of Germany, tendered by Emperor William, on the ground that the former German King was not In sym pathy with American Institutions. Mr. Stewart defended Frederick against what ho characterized as Mr. Bacon a , gross misrepresentations. Tho army ap propriation mil was passed. Tho Scnato" also passed the Phlllpplno shipping bill, after speeches in opposition I fry Messrs. Culberson and .Patterson. I IN THE HOUSE. WASHINGTON, March 9. That an In vestigation of the Postofflco dopartmont by the Houso of Representatives will re sult from tho publication of tho report Involving members" of C6ngress In that connection was Indicat...

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

iff s t THE SAIF JLASlE TRXBUKE: TEDOHSBAY MOKNXffG. MARCH 10, 1904:. q i HI h GEN. WOOD'S CASE f AGAIN IN SENATE H Brief Prepared by tho Lato Senator H Hanna Summing Up tho Ij . Charges Read.' "WASHINGTON, March 9. Tho con- j tested appointment of Gen. Leonard "Wood to be Major-Gcneral of tho army was taken up today in executive ecb slon of tho Senate, and after listening to a brief prepared by the late Senator Hanna, summing up the testimony j,,, which had been given in the hearings Bm before the Committee on Military Af- Bft fairs and several affidavits obtained MBI ' since the hearings closed, the Senate tK r I adjourned. Senator Forakcr announced iJBW' n that he would move to take up the case jrHHR' at every possible opportunity. jflHM Under such heads as the case of E. KHT G. Rathbone, the veracity of Gen. rhBj "Wood the Runcle article criticising the fHHl' i administration of Gen. Brooke as mlll- jjHsl tary Governor of Cuba, tho concession RjWrf to the Jal Alai company to con...

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

4 IKB TBTBTOTO; THURSDAY MOKOTN-, MARCH 10, 190C tS, j Ii ; - : ; j Issued "Every Morning1 by , i Salt Lnko Trlbuno Publishing Company. i PERRY S. HEATH. I j Publisher and General Manager. ; Entered ot tho Post'offlce of Salt Lake I City as aecond-clasB matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' Dally and Sunday Tribune, one wcck.S .25 Dally and Sunday, one month........ 1.00 'Dally and Sunday, two months 2.0) Pally and 'Sunday, throo months 3.00 iDally and Sunday, one year 12.00 Sunday Tribune, one yea. 2.00 'Sunday Tribune, six monthB 1.00 'Seml-Wcokly Trlbuno, ono year 1.50 i All remittances and business letters jmould bo addressed to 1 TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City. Utah. 1 S. C Bcckwlth, Special Agency, Solo , Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of- flee, 43-44-4C-47-4S-49 Trlbuno Building. New York. Western office, 510-512 Trlbuno Building, Chicago. "Washington Bureau National Hotel. I 1 Tribune Telephone Numbers. I ' Business Offlco 300 I i City Editor 3S4 3 Rings j Iows an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 March 1904

B Tjede Sait TiAwn Teibunib.' Thursday Moicshostg Mabch 1.0, 19C4-. 5 1 'WOMEN SUPPLYING I ! SINEWS OF WAR Hw Clubs, Societies and Associations Are HI .Kniaing Ftuids to Meet Expertises Hi ' of Campaign Against Smoot. I j ' I 1 It Is a woman's war that is being H l waged on Reed Smoot. The fee which HI jl has been paid to former Representative !M IB , Tayler o Ohio, says the New York M)l Herald "Washington col-respondent un- K der date of March 4th, was fj nilGed by women and lie was B,nj enpaoed by women. "Where the MM fee that was paid to former Secretary MM J. G. Carlisle, who is also in the case, B5 came from is not known-, hut the ac tive lawyer in the prosecution ap pears as the repreeentatlve o the wives T) and mothero of America. u The magnitude of the part women are playing in the. fiffht on- Apostle Smoot Is' just being realized The organization whir.h started the ball rolling- Is the Interdenominational Council of Salt Lnke. This Council is composed of mlnlstera and layme...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 March 1904

7 o The Salt liAicB Trtbtote: Tjiuksday MoitisrnsrGs jMarobc 10, 1904:. , la fl . : - jr. HtlLfl V I , - '! ( MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL 1 I ; LOCAL TALENT I GOES TO NEVADA H Management of Montezuma Mines H J Organizes His Forces for Wcst- lr j oni Undertaking. HI To personally prosccuto the campaign of HI development at the properties of tho Mon- tezuma Mining company aL Montezuma, H Esmeralda county, Nov., M. L, Roodcr 1 camo In from Boston yesterday morning H on his way to tho "Western camp. With tho Montezuma group of mines that wcro ' being profitably operated long before Jim Burlcr stuck a pick In tho earth and drew out Tonopah, the old Nevada miner la familiar. Tho properties, Indeed, havo been productive of ores of the value p H 5500,000, whllo $200,000 has been cxpondod In 1 equipmonta, including a mill and furnaco i tor tho reduction ot Its ores. The big K company of which Mr. Rocdor is tho gon- 1 , i oral manager as well as necrotary, and H ' which Is capitalized...

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