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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 March 1904

w I - 1 B u The SaxtXake iob-tnte: Thursday Mobnirg March 10, I SO 4. 7 i 1 IN REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS ) I - SURFACE RIPPLE ON j WALL STREET SEA if Another Dny of Practical Inactivity J , in the Great Speculative I NEW. YORK, March 9, Thcro wcro only few llttlo eddies to stir tho otherwise stagnant surfaco of today's stock market. During tho afternoon tho apathy and neg- Iloct of tho market becamo more profound than at any tlmo since tho present dull P period has set In. . Some evidence of an attompt on tho part of professional trad ers tc-rcxtend tho effect of the Northern Securities threat was apparent It seoms to havo occurred to thcao nstuto traders that the Northern Securities case has proved tho slnglo factor that has proved nblo to stir tho market, and that only on tho last two days of tho week, with a re action after tho sitting of tho Supremo court on Monday. To correct this limitation of this Influ enco a theory has been sot afloat that tho court may abando...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 March 1904

HI 8 The 8alt'a5e Te5tote7 Thursday Mobxdstg, March 10, 1904. . fH I'f LOCAL FIGHTERS . GETTING BUSY i I 1 "Kid Price" Looking for Trouble ( Queonan May Fight Clifford in Salt Lake Next Month. "Kiii" Price, f n nsplrlng bantam-weight, it-turncrt to Salt Lake last week from Butte and la now looking for a match i here. Pries la not unknown In thla city, having: fought a number of preliminaries hero about a year ago. lie Is now en- doavorlne to arrango for a disagreement I with som boxer weighing In tho nclgh- i i k borhood of 120 pounde. Prlco gives his fighting weight at 118 I po unde but says he will give away or 6 D pounds If necessary to secure a bout. He U afflrmo ho can get plenty of baching and will meet all corners at the abovo weight. H m Perry Queenan Ip the latest boxer to bo FLgsesteu as a possible opponent for Jack ' Clifford In his next flsht in this city, ' yuccnan has fought two 31-round draws with Clifford during tho last eighteen I months, and the promoters are sugge...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 March 1904

1,1 J HORACE G. BURT 1 ; K TO HELP RUSSIA "iWell-Known. American RRilroad Han K 1 "Will Make an Export Report on Rj J the Trans-Siberian Boad. I jTfe rIt ' develops that In the alleged jT U' K ' "pleasure trip to the Or'ent or Horace Lj ( c. Eurt, lato president of the Union Pa- 1 "'tio railroad, there Is in reality a year's . employment "by ihe Iltisslan Govern- l ' "jnont. with a 5100.000 stipend attached. h He'ls 'to' make expert reports on needed TfA .Improvements for tho trans-SIborian " ,f'roa'd, and tho new Orenburg and Tnsh- , v VlTend railway, and for the two reports , n 'will recelvo the sum stated. !w i. As near a8 can bo ascertained Mr. 'Burt is to consult with tho Russian 'engineers on the problem of building .around Lake Baikal instead of using a Srenjy system forty-eight mlle9 in extent acroea tho lake. He is also to criticize ,the' alignment of the Siberian road and .'its"b"rTdge' and culvert work and the Tho Orenberg and Tas-hkend Una is .Intended to shorten tho dis...

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

10 The Saxt Lake ImBrons: Tedcirsbax "Morning. March 10, 1904. nr i I , "WANT APS" I CASH RATES I lOo per line first Insertion. 5c per line eacli su.lJsequ.ont I insertion. No ad. to occupy less space I than two lines. I Your "want ad." will be ac- cepted and 'phoned to The Salt Lake Tribune office at regular rates by tho following agonts: I ' j BRANCH OFFICES I God be-Pitts Drug Co. Hl 101 Main Street. i ! w. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., ! Corner Second South and State. 1 ' I SITEHWOOD PHARMACY, 1 i 502 South State. ( LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand H1 Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West , and South Temple. i H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, I 511 West Second South. Hl L. M. MAYS, Wasatch Drug H. i Store, northeast corner Second 9 South and Third East. , I W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, llth East and 12th South, Su- I gar House. (j FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS. WELL PAYING ROOMING-HOUSE H of 26 rooms; must bo sold at onco regard H Ices of value. Owner leaving city. S09 East First South. ti53 PICTURE PRATIES AT COST. H Bring ua...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 March 1904

ffkwGmmmmmmwKmmmWmmBB " : ' ' TBCE jSAfP liAKB TRTBTOTEi TBTDIISDAT - MOIlOTKG-a MARCH 10, 1904, 11 H I GOVERNMENT OF PANAMA CANAL " Commissioners Should Bo Clothed T With Legislative, Executive trad J Judicial Powers, Says Tnft. n WASHINGTON, March 0. Tho eub- yl committee of tho Sonato Committee on Interoceanlc Canals today hoard Secro- tary Toft rclatlvo to legislation for tho Government of tho canal zone. Tho Sec rotary strongly recommended legislation by Conjrrcs3 clothing tho canal commls ym filon with legislative, oxccullvc, Judicial m and adralnlstratlvo powor ovor tho canal strip undor direction of tho Prcsldont Ho 1 waa opposed to any Judicial control, and f. 5 etatod that If thoro are two boards "you D -will havo troublo on your hands all the h time." t I IIo said provision for oxtradltlon should t bo mado and that tariff duties ohould bo i Imposed on goods coming from tho oanal ( strip to tho United States as from foroljrn , countries. In order to provent smuggling-. Tho...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 March 1904

P THE eLHSSIFIEO HO EPITIM WILL BE FUND ON PHGE 10. DON'T FBIL T REHO IT.,, ;!H I ! 12 The Sjjxt Lake THiBtnrai: Thursday Moejsixn'Gj Mauch 10. 1904. tB I FAIR AND WARMER ! ' H , .TTiirmor weather today. Tho forecast of "Weather Prophet Hyatt Is prabably air. All kinds of weather marked yes jtcrday. First thero irrus rain, then snow, then more rain, then a Uttlo aunahlno and well, yes, thoro wwi mud. The matter of fore casting weather In .this section and In this month Is moat .difficult, as It Is I hard to tell what .in hour will develop In the way of a change, The maximum temperature yesterday was 37 degrees; minimum, 31 decrees, Tho 1 record at other points: Max. Min. Denver . , Cloudy.... 70 32 'Grand Junction Rain. .. 72 40 I rHclcna . Snow.. .AR ia 1 iPocatcllo . ....Cloudy... .3 32 'Modcna . Clear.. ..62 Wlnncmucca. . .... Cloudy.. ,,fvi 25 It CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. The local bank clearing for yesterday -were J50l,0,2.57. Those for tho same day last year showed a totfU of $Si...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 March 1904

II I- HOW M6RMH HIBRHR6HY ROLBO 0R RUIHEP MBU WH SOUGHT PLITIHL MITORS I Jj V y Jr S v WEATHER TODAY Unsettled. I 'H nj Vol. SL.VI. yp, 330. . Sait Lake City, Utah, Friday Morning-, March 11, 1904:, 32 phges.fivb Cents. II ! Dl Former United States At , torney Critchlow Tells the Senate Committee How the Heads of the .Mormon Hierarchy jl v Ruled or Ruined in H Politics-Case of Moses Thatcher, Who Came 1 , -ro Grief in Trying to Become United States . I Senator Against Orders Id af the Church His i torian Jensen Sheds i j New Light on the In : ner Workings of the h Church Corporation. ? ' WASHINGTON", March 10 One of "the most Interesting and Important fea j t tures of the Investigation of the Senator f Heed Smoot case before the Committee i on Privileges and. Elections was brouKht out today In the testimony of I E. B. Critchlow, formerly an assistant W United Slates District Attorney In l) Utah, who told the Moses Thatcher cpl- ' ' 'r -f APOSTLE RTJDGER CXAWSON. 4- Apostle Clawson w...

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

F 2 The bait uucb immos: frhay MoimryrGi, frLvKCH 11, 1904:. ' 1 $12,000 A YEAR FOR CANAL C0MISS10NERS . WASHINGTON, March 10,-PrcsI- - dent Roosevelt has fixed tlio ual- -f 1 4" ar,os of 11,0 Isthmian Canal Com- ! mlusloners at $12,005 per year, and Jn J- addition thcroto ?1G per day whllo 1 4- they aro on tlio Isthmus. ! tlHIHHH I! RAGE TROUBLES IN r i OHIO CITY ABATING Militia nnd Peace Officers Have the 1 Turbulent Element at Spring- I field "Well in Check. I SPRINGFIELD, O., March 10. Tho raco R disturbances which novo terrorized tho H I town for the past thrco days, as tho rc- 1 j suit of tho murder of Patrolman Collls 1 I nnd tho subsequent lynching of the negro. I5, Dixon, who shot Collls. aro being held B , well lit check by tho thirteen companies I of State militia. The authorities aro of I tho opinion at 9 o'clock tonight that no I moro troops will bo needed to control tho situation. I J I Both Chief of Police O'Brien and Shcr- lh Iff Routzahn believe that It would be a m...

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

H fHE SAIiT JUAKU TRXBTOO? FRIDAY MOKNING, MlAJRCH 11, 1904. U DEVELOPMENT OF I 1 PHILIPPINE ISLANDS - . , Secretary of War Toft Tells Cou- I forence of Millionaires of Isl- .. and Possibilities. L. NEW YORK, March 10. William II. HI Tart, Secretary of War. came here today LI 1 Qmi had a prolonged conference with aev- cral men prominent In railroad and flnan- clal mattors. Including Sir William C. Van ! I Korno, chairman of the board of directors j ' of the Canadian Pacific railroad; Vlcc- ri President Turnbull of tho Guaranteo Trust n company; E. H. Harrlman, president of 5 tho Union and Southern Paclllc railways; George Peabody. I.indon W. Bates. Mllnes J Green, a railroad builder: J. Gilbert Smith. ), n wno ls novv bu'ltllnK electric railways in 3 Uf Manila; Col. Edwards, chief of the bureau B of Insular affairs; James Speycr and n Charles II. Tweed of Speyer & Co. The representatives of the Spoyor firm I wcro with tho Secretary for an hour and ( n half. Tho conference was he...

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

I 4 THE SAIT JLAKE TRIBUNE? JH REDAi MOKM.NG, .M ARCH , 1004. - I I tht pHilg Tribune. 3 Issued Evory Morning by Silt Lake Tribune Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, Publisher find r.on.ral Mnnasor. Jl Entered nt the PoatoffiCe of Salt Lake $ City as second-cla.se matter. J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'l Dally end Sunday Trlhune, one week S .25 I Dally and Sunday, one month ... I.B '4 Pally and Btinday tWO months ...... X.JW I Dallv and Sunday, three months .... 3 TO i Dally and Sunday, one year -. U W "J Bundny Tribune, one yeai JJ I Sunday Tribune. f-x mrnths W ' 1 Bcml-weekly Tribune, one year 150 II All remlttnncps and business letters should be addressed to I TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COSiPANT, H Salt Lake City. Utah v S. r Reckwith, Special Agency Bole Eastern Advertising Agenl En-tern of ; flee. 43-4-ir-17--49 Tribune Dnlldlnjr. New York Western office. 610-612 Tribune. I Bulldlnc, C'yileac:o. Washington Bureau National Hotel. I Tribune Telephone Numbers. Buslnecs Office s"' j ritv Edit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 March 1904

mm .- mm t& the Salt jacti trtotests? ieeday jVIoestdtg, March li, I9U4. 5 - ! GOOIB'S OBJECT $ v in COMING WEST He Purposes to Straighten Out a " Number of Crooked Places on Hi3 Lines Running East find West. The- construction of Missouri Pacific fl and Rio Grande cut-oifr. -winch, to- UI ' Kother with the building $r the Postern Pacific railroad from Salt Lake Clly to j Stn Francisco, will" shorten the- Gould I route to the coast more than a thousand inile. is believed by Colorado wiseacres to have been a matter of serious con sideration by George J. Gould and his railroad presidents on the occasion or their recent tour of the "West. Tt If understood in Denver that plans r. are being- consummated for an exten- Ut sion of the old Missouri Pacific line from Kansas City to Salina. Kan., through to Denver, which will give that road a straight line from Kansas City I to Denver, instead of the present roundabout route by way of Pueblo, or cutting off a distance of 120 miles by the co...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 March 1904

In 6 The Salt Lake Tkxbtjne: Fpjday Mokniug, Maech 11, 1904. ! f MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL j II GREAT WtALTH OF I j Mm MOOSE I ' Output of Idaho's Big- Bonanza to HP Come to the Furnaces of Salt H' Lake Valley. H To the enormous wealth of oro al- H ready being: fed to the furnaces of the American Smelting and Refining com pany's mllUon-dollnr plant at Murray, -vvlll come for an Indefinite period the enormous wealth bf jho Mlnnlo Moore mines at Bcllvue-, Ida., this under a contract which was yesterday signed up by Irving' E. Rockwell, president Hl and general manager of the mining company, C. W. Whitley representing the company. While the gross value of tho wealth comprehended by the ajirce- Hl ment Is not known. Manager Rockwell thought It would, perhaps, tower into some millions, and yet the real depths of the Minnie remain to be fathomed. Mr. "Whitley was not talkative. On the contrary, he was provoklngly taciturn. The rejuvenation of Minnie Moore af- Hl fords about one ...

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

FV i 1 rJE ftATr "IjATTTC TIOBtt:"FIIIDAX MOKNINCfi MAECH 11, 104. T ! " ' nEALJ1 F BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS) I'- NEW DULL RECORD . IN WALL STREET HE Yesterday's Business in the Spccula tivo Mart Broke All Low "J Records. I ffl KBW YORK, March. 10. Today's busl- '3w ness on the ntock exchange wu3 the W smallest In years. The slight increase in I I ' market animation thus far this week I re uavc way to practical stagnation today. ;. "When tho record of the first hour's busl- "ess became known as only 30.000 shares, something like despair seized on all whose interests nro dependent on tho activity of business in stocks. A large propor tion or tho day's business 19 dono In variably in tho first hour of tho session, owing to the accumulation In offices or orders over night. This unpropltlous out- ' look was fully borne out by tho subse quent trading. 1 There wero long Intervals of total idle- ness and some minutes between single transactions. The day's sales of SG.OOO shares' of A...

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

' - : " iiilllfffftlMfiqBqWfl jB HI 8 The Salt Laice Tmbtotej Friday jSIoiusing, mauce 11, 1904. t i IKbI If j . MONROE HOPES I TO 0OTB0X JEFF p Miner Thinks That With McCoy's Conching Ho Can "Win tho Championship. I I I I Followers of tho .squared circle will treat I the fighting abilities of Jack Monroe more I -rlously slnco tho e.v-mlncr demonstrated I ids superiority over Tom Sharkey In that I : six-round nffalr at Philadelphia one week I io. It sometimes takes a long while be- V fore an aspirant for pugilistic honors la R token seriously by tho followers of tho Jk, gome, but slnco tho light with Sharkey li thci :nnmbers of the boxing fraternity have decided that Monroe will do. I The match between Monroe and Jcffrlos: which will bo decided at the Yosemlto Athletic club of Snn Francisco on Mny 30th, was mado In record time, and thero aro no strings attnehed to tho articles that riro llablo to cause a. hitch in tho bout. Jeffries showed that he was sincere In Ids j proposition to...

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

B ' THE S-AITIiAKB TJE0BU2OS: FRIDAY MOItOTNG-, MABCH 11, 190-1. 9 k II y WOOLLEY CASE OVER I i t FOR ANOTHER DAY 1 'Skirmish. Oyer Idaho Appointment IH - Continued Death Adjourns W, the House. 1 ; ' : . JTT ' , WASHINGTON, March 10. The Sen- Oj -"N ate today passed a number of bills re ' latino to Alaska, but foiled to act on 1 the measure authorizing-the oloctlon of j ; a delegate in Congress from that Terrl- j tory. Mr. riatl of Connecticut op- j posed the bill, "and because of hla oppo Bltion and his desire for time for dls- cusslon It was not pressed. The Alaskan bills passed included those for the Improvement of roads, the . pg maintenance of schools, the appoint- ment of an additional Judge and the f extension of the coal laws to the Ter- r r,torj'- n . j j Several othsr bills wore paseeu, m- l jfi eluding one increasing to $100 a month H f the pensions of ex-soldlera who have f i become totally blind on account of ser- p K vice. , ' When tho Senato reached the reso Gftfe lut...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 March 1904

Kl 10 The Sajlt !Lake teibotte: jeiDat Moknxistg, Maxch 11, I9t4. j jH mm I pWANT ADS" I CASli RATES H . 10c per lino first insertion, H - j i Dc per lino each subsequent HI i i insertion. HI ; No nd. to occupy less space H i than two linos. f Your "want ad." will be ac- ' cepted and 'phoned to The Salt H ' 1 Lako Tribuno office at regular HI ' rates by the following agents: lr BRANCH OFFICES H Godbc-Pitts Drug: Co. HI J 101 I-rain Street. ! W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., H Corner Second South and State. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, H 502 South State. 8 H I LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand H Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West H and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, H ! 511 West Second South. H ! "L. M MAYS, Wasatch Drug Store, northeast corner Second ; South and Third East. H j W. R, CLARK DRUG STORE, H llth East and 12th South, Su- gar House. IFOR SALE--MISCELLANEOUS. SURREY AND ILVRNESS, CHEAP. 725 W. Eth No. j5 GO-CART. Ko SO. STH EAST. 1S21 GOOD PAYING RESTAURANT DO lns $-10.00 per day business. AddreES Id...

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

1 i H 1 !FHE BAjLT TiAtng TMBTOTEi imiDAY MOROTNTG MAJRCH 11, 1904. ' H i f ; . Jl iaPprf !li Btcjfiure that woman s ,,5?:4I' S Ill DE N! C7 vbl the most thorough female regulator known to medical science. It relieves the con- (Cfej iSlt! ii 1 jTPm MffS I dition which produces so much discomfort and robs menstruation of its terrors. !' 4v ilwMiII Women who are troubled with painful or irregular menstruation, backache, ji If M WCVvl) P5f! J bloating (or flatulence), leucorrheca, falling, inflammation or ulceration of the jf mWWpm. lM Jpii uterus, ovarian troubles, that " bearing-down " feeling, dizziness, faintness, indi- mSWW WWWl J llr uj) IS) iP gestion nervous prostration or the blues, should take immediate action to .ward WW l'WWM1 j'fl n y V Irl ' IIP' I seious consequences, and be restored to perfect health and strength by 8 KSftN M ' tl lp1. M J8L I taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and then write to Mrs. W ? W0 IwlP H yff j bso doinlnd JjTe oT ThUSandS CUred j H ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 March 1904

HI B';'?H ij THE CLASSIFIED HO EDITION WILL BE FDNP ON PRGB 10. DON'T FH1LT0 REM) IT,' . WM II 12 The Salt Laice Iribtiotb: Feiday Moksing-. March 11, 1904. A IHjjl I UNSETTLED WEATHER H H Another day of unsettled weather Is H 9 scheduled for today. Forccas.or Hyatt Jins hoisted tho sig nal showing cloudy weather, with rain ior snow. Out on tho Pncinc ihe 6tormy petrel Is fivlng, and nlong tho Pacific coast one o tho most severe storms In recent vcars la raglna:. It Is expected to head astward. and this Vlty will probably feel .tho effects o it in a lay or two. i Tho maximum tcm- Iperature In this city yesterday wan &t ue SrecB: minimum, S desrees. The record at other points: M,n I Denver 1'- cloudy.. ...4 jM Grand Junction pt. cloudy... - Helena """B 4 Modcna ?,le?I-J5 A I Wlnncmucca Rnln.... -a H CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. TesterdQv's hank clearings -wore So3G, as against 5-S7S.IT5 for tho corre spondlng day lasc year. H l Dr C. M. Benedict has been appointed j physician and surge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 March 1904

II - (THRILLING OOEL ;SA0rNADR BETWEENTuosTosED,fE TRPEB0 eRRFT 1 - tlon of THE TRIBUTE tomorrow; l y . , , , . , J fl i Jr V.luir "WEATHER TODAY Partly cloady and unsettled; possible snow. ' ft J? ; Vol. xlvi. !N o. 331. Bait Lake City, Utah, Saturday MaRarare, ftJjmcH 12, 1904, . 12 phges.fivb Cents. H I1 LIPOLSTOLMETOODS Dq Attorney Critchlow Adds Additional Facts to Hts Expose of the Workings of the Heads of the Church Corporation, and Tells of Smooths First Candidacy for the Senate ' WASHINGTON, March 11. Tomorrow or Monday will sec a temporary I nyV adjournment of the Smoot hearing, pending the arrival here of additional .-witnesses, -whom the Senate committee has decided to summon. With the con- jj ; teluslon of the testimony oC former United States District Attorney Crltchlow l i of Salt Lake City, Attorney Hiles, also of that city, will be heard. Mr. Hiles's I name is last on the list of available witnesses, i The sensational features of the fight against Senator Smoot will...

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

I j 2 THE SAIF T,ATTTC Tribiihge; Sattjrday MosarcsTG. Maroh lj). 1904:. , ; . I HEIRESS FREED FROM A HASTY MARRAIGE -f; Special to Tho Tribune. I HELENA, Mont. March 11 On I the ground that the brido was o f unsound mind and that tho bride- l( 4- groom had induced her to consent -f to tho marriage through fraud, 4- Judgo Henry C. Smith this after- y -f noon nnnullcd the marriago of Al- 4- bcrt C. Italclght and Miss Mathilda 4- Kcssler, which occurred In this city 4- 4- July 3rd tnst. 4- Miss Kcssler is an heiress and a i 4- beautiful woman. At tho time of -t- 4- her marriage, as is recited In tho i complaint filed today, sho was en- I -f gaged to be married to CapL Goch- -f : 4- rano of tho Twenty-fourth infan- I FLED FROM RUSSIA TO ESCAPE WAR SERVICE NEW YORK, March 11 Of the 2055 steerage passengers brought today by the Graf Walderscc and landed at Ellis" Is land, 3S0O aro Russians, many of them, it 13 said, being refugees who iled to cscapo IKjssiblo army servlco against Japan. ...

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