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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 March 1904

w I I I HHB SAJjT XKE THrBUNS? SATURDAY. MOTGSTCsG3 MARCH 12, 1904. I l 1 END OF PARTIAL LAW IN COLORADO SCost to Stato for Military During the ' Strike Troubles Estimated at S60u,000, !TELLURIDE, Colo.. March ll.-Capt. Bulkelcy Wells, In command of the mili tary In this district, road an order on the streets tonight, signed by Gov. Poabody. I declaring martial law hero at an end. At a banquet given to the militiamen In I camp here, which followed the rending of the order, another order from Adjl.-Gcn. j J Sherman M. Bell was read directing the '! men to quit camp and return to their A 3 homes. , I All the men In camp at this time aro 1 1 residents of the district. 1 1 The effect of the order abolishing mar- 1, 1 tlal law will be the doing away with the 'M press censor, who has passed on all news I m sent out by correspondents for some time I past and the return of the civil authprltles i .1 to power. C It will also enable the union miners. I A numbering over HO. who have been dc- H...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 March 1904

I 4 The Saif LlAKS Trtbtonte; Satukday Momnyg Maiich 12, 1904. H .- mailt; rilnm .j- Issued Every Morning by '-.'I . i Salt Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, rJ Publisher and General Mnnagor. J9 Entered at the Postorilco of Salt Lako Mj City us tiocond-class mutter. J " TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I Dally and Sunday Tribune, one week. J CS I Dnlly and Sunday, one month. 1G0 B .-Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 i Dally and Sunday, three montho .... 3.00 P IDally and Sunday, one year 12.00 f C v Sunday Tribune, one yeav ( Sunday Tribune", six months J- Jj Scml-Weekly Trlbuno, ono year 1.50 S All remittances and business letters jl Hohould be addressed to jj TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. I S 4 Salt Lake City, Utah. II S. C. Bcckxvlth. Special Agcnov. Solo t Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of I I ncc. -12-44-43 7-4S-19 Tribune Bulldlnp, New I 5 "York Western afflce. 610-512 Trlbuno I ( Building. Chicago. I Washington Bureau National Hotel. j. tl Tribune Telephone Numbers. 1 ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 March 1904

Bf , .1 ij r'i i c: : - 1 . NvnMMMMm"a 1 11 - 1W m 1 The flAirp TiATTTG Trtoohei Saturday Moeosing-, scarce: 12, 1904. 5 1 1 ELMER ROSE 1 , CONTROVERSY Miss Page's Struggle for tho .Wife Hf Murderor's Child Is It a "Hoine- Hjl ,. rinding" Association? HH From the day the corpse of the mur- dered rair. Frank Rose was found In EJ a room In Sa4t Lake City with the two- Bfi and-a-holf-yeur-old child clinging to B-l' the lifeless body and crying out for Its HJj mother to speak to him, great Interest Kji has attached to the Immediate welfare Rwj and future of little Elmer Rose. Hkjj The hearts of thousands of Salt Lake citizens have gone out to the child, and ft' lty buffetlngs around have been a y sourco of more thnn ordinary concern, f' The Judge of the Police court sent the 9 child to the Home-finding association, jf where It was kept for several days, 't when It was taken to the residence of t y Miss K other! no Page, on Ninth East l i near East Brlgha'm. V The Page family Is one of t...

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

n 6 The Salt Laxe Tkibtdste: Saturday Moeotng, Maeoh 12, 1904. y 1 1 ( MINE AND PROSPECT; FORMACE AMD HILL MASTER OF CACTUS I IN STATE AGAIN Ml Construction of Big Concentrator to I K Afford New Becord in Mill I Building. I I Provision having been mado for tho Q I reduction of Cactus concentrates at tho I furnaces of tho American Smelting and I J " Refining company In this valley, air. I J I Samuel Newhouse, owner of the Cactus H group of mines out of Frisco, returned I to liis home in this city yesterday, and, -without delay, has under consideration 1 i , ( bids for the avalanche of material to 1 ' be knitted Into tho half-million dollar I plant. While every undertaking to I , which his hand and purso have beon. I opened has been exploited with exem- I plary dispatch, tho construction of tho I' new mill at Newhouse will be made to ' afford a new record in mill construction In Utah. The c3sonce of the campaign , down at the Cactus from this time, In- deed, is dispatch. As eager as i...

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

H The Sam? Hake TRiBirjm Sathrdat Moukxg, March 12, 1904. , ' 7 I I fjNREALN OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AMP BROKERS 1 WALL STREET SPURT I ENDS IN COLLAPSE! Opening Honrs on tho Exchange '1 i J Showed Slight Activity, and B Then Fell Back. I NEW YORK, March 11. Tho first hour's I business today yielded almost 03 largo a I volume of business as tho wholo session of yosteiday. I Tho activity promptly flattened out, and ffl during tho aftornoon tho market fell Into I a deeper slough of neglect. Tho early activity was the now familiar end-week discounting of tho possibility of handing down of tho Northern Securities I decision, which has been ju3t as regular 1 ly followed on Monday up to this tlmo I by covering of shorts and recovery In I prices, Tho process was not carried far I today, probably because Northern Securi ties In the curb markot gave spmo cvl denco of support. Somo degree of activ ity In the stock failed to mako any ap preciable Inroad on Its price. Nothing else ecemcd to havo a...

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

H:'!r " - -i...-.- Hk -. . t--H Hi . 1 Hll 8 The Salt Lake Tmswmi Saturday Moknxntg-3 Majrch 12, 1904. H I "I NlfCCd! On8l5yOnt!l0 0 i 1 I ICil In the Big World j ' T O j 1 I IvIK&J C31l Merry-Go-Round J ! of Sporiingville Jjf3iV Ij JOCKEY REED LOSES FAITHFUL VALET SAN FRANCISCO, March li. Flno weather favored tho raclnp at Oakland i today, but tho track was very muddy. A si.v-furlons handicap, which broupht to frothcr somo clever sprinters, was tho main attraction. Konllworth was it hcav-lly-played favorite, with Albula. and Elliott next fancied. Tho result was unexpected, as Am bo, nn outsider, led all the way and heat Konllworth handily. Albula was third. Tho start was a poor 0110 and 131 llott suffered tho most. Ho mado a fino showing, bclns beaten only a head for third money. Surprises were tho order of tho day, as only one favorlto landed. Bill Short was regarded as a (,'ood thins for tho two-year-old raco and went to tho !r post a C to 5 choice. He led moat of tho way, bu...

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

- - iB . . 1 The SaXiT t,atttc Trebiine: Satthrdax MomsmsrG, Mabch 12, 190-1. 9 ll p ' ;1 f 'PROBING CONDUCT OF l - NEBRASKA SENATOR Senate Committee Begins Inquiry Into Charges Against Mr. -J 1 Dietrich. I f X; WASHINGTON. March 11. The Sen- , t atorlal inquiry into the charges against J1C Senator Dietrich of Nebraska, began U li today beforo the special committee in Z. Senator Hoar's committee-room. The Tj 'i Inquiry, which was instituted upon the K Z- demand ot Senator Dietrich, 1p for the ' Z purpose of disproving the charges on which the Senator was indicted last fall Jn Nebraska, and which were dismissed on demurrer. Leopold Hahn, postmaster at Hast en i lngs from 18D7 to 1001. was the first wit- :i m ncss. Ho was succeeded in that office -1 by Mr. Flrher. In reply to questions by Senator Hoar Mr. Hnhn related a conversation with Fisher on April 23, I 1 LIST OF LETTEBS 5 Remaining uncalled for at the postofficc. Salt Lake CJty. March 11. 1904. To ob tain theso letters the appl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 12 March 1904

R 10 The Salt Lake Tribune: Satttrday Moknung. March 12, 19' "'4. l ri - - : II WANT APS"1 Mm CASH RATES HH 10c per lino first Insertion. IB 5c per lino each subsequent IHti Insertion. III No ad. to occupy loss spaco Mm than two lines. j ll Tour "want ad." -will be nc- F-j fl cepted and 'phoned to The Salt I Hfjj ! Lake Tribune offico at regular Mli. rates by the following agents: II ! BRANCH OfflCES H; God be-Pitts Drug Co. Hj j 101 Main Street. H: W. H, DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Second South and Stnte. I SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 1 ! 502 South State. ' I LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand M 1 Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West Hi j and South Temple. ; HI H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, HL I 511 West Second South. J L. M. MAYS, Wasatch Drug ! Store, northeast corner Second H! South and Third East. W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, ; 11th East and 12th South, Su- 8 gar House. I FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. SCHMIDT .fc SCHULTZ UPRIGHT piano, worth M30. -will sell for J200. E. Ekkcr. 233 W. 2nd North. ( tSSS 1 ONE 200-LB. SAFE, NEW...

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

H " . the Salt Lake Teis-cgos: Sattodat MoimxsrG, Mabch 12, 1904. 11 H I1 foOD WITNESS AGAINST SMOOT Testimony of President Joseph. F. Smith. Hurts Case of. Mormon Senator. I If President Joseph F. Smith of the Mor- I mon church had been especially retained 1 to help pry Apostlo Smoot out of his sent ' In -ho United States Senate ho could not A hao succeeded, batter than he has dono 6 through hl8 remarkablo testimony as to J conditions In Utah, After having admitted, says tho Wash- I Ington correspondent of the Chicago Trlb- j une, that ho himself was living at the present nimo with five different wives. President Smith went on today and was betrayed Into open dellance of tho author ity of tho United States. Having admitted ho had violated tho law, and that most of tho apostles of tho church had dono the same thing day by day, Mr. Smith calmly announced that tho United States had no business prying Into his prlvato affairs; K that his living with more than one wlfo was a matter sole...

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

I THE eLHSSIFIED, HPS N 10 WILL HIP Y0 IN FINDING WHRT Y0U WHMT : II II 12 Tbce Salt Lake JPribtote: Saturday Moiaro", Iauch 12, 1904. ALL KINDS OF WEATHER ,,, Klblv EllOW." Tim w.nilq flin Vmllnlln for I 1 I m today's woather Is sued last evening by p'orccostor Hyatt. It moans practically a continuance of .the mlxcd weather which 'was Salt Lako City's portion yesterday. How long tho unset tled condition o tho weather will con tlnuo Is not officially announced. It la (probable, however, that Home of the (storm that lias boon ripping things up on I tho Pacific coast will drop lu on this section. Tho maximum tcmporaturo In this city yesterday waa 45 decrees; minimum, 28 degrees, r The record at othor points: Xonver PL cloudy... .K5 "0 Grand Junction Cloudy. ...EC 31 Helena ; Cloudy.. ..44 0 Pocatello Snow....4S 30 "Modona Pt. cloudy.... 52 32 .Wumoraucca Cloar....52 2S I CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. Utah lako roso sis Inches duvlngr tho month, of February. o The real cBtato transfers yester...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

H ' ' 'I II r- yMATRmL OI5USSIN MRY FRESHHOW POLITieHL D0M ,F SMf I II 4-4-4-4- KStw'-Ul W L4 LJ ,4fT M S? s-i $ U H J X "WOMEN" WILL TAKE HEL1L SS j 1 I H O A, 9 . . FIRST NEWS OF BATTLE. 4- l 4- posted. Road It. P X t' ( tics thai must coon be f ought. " I ; Ly V V V"EATHER TODAY Pair; warmer. I Vol. XJYI. :nq. 332. Salt Lake City, Utah, Sujedat Momsnsra, jMarch 13, 904, - 32 PHGES.fihe Gents. I I CURTAIN FALLS ON FIRST 1 ACT IN SMOOT INQUIRY Mi ! Senate Comittee Takes a Recess Until Additional Witnesses Can Be Summoned From Utah-Positive Statements by Attorney HiSes of Salt Lake City During Adjournment Teasdale and Other Well-Known Polygamists Will Be Sought. I . Special to The Tribune, I "WASHINGTON', March 12. The- lira case was concluded today when the cora imittoe upon whom dovolvcB tho task of tain his eeat In the United Slates Bono From present Indications there will of the molodrama is ro ached. Tho Decor ywhen another batch of witnesses from Ut 1 make their bow. Tho curta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

I I H 2 The Saxt .Lake Tim3insrB: Sunday Moiiamra, March 13, 1904. 7 H If BOY KILLS MAN FOR ", CRITICISING FATHER ST LOUIS, March 12. John Kicly, t on of Chief of Police Klely, tonight I 'hot and killed City Sanitary Inspector v Tohn Silence J Klely immediately surrendered to the police It Is stated that Silence was )verheard by Kicly sharply criticising he einclcncy of tho lattor's father In he capacity of chief of polico and took Tho altercation finally resulted in Silence shooting Klely In tho hand. Klely then shot Silence In tho abdomen. Chief of Police Klely la In Hot Springs, Ark., on a vacation. I FRUIT GROWERS HEAR HOOD TALK C. H. Smith of Davis county gave an Interesting talk on "Treo Planting" be- fore tho members of tho Salt Lake County Horticultural society at its semi-monthly meeting yesterday after noon. Tho mcetlnc was well attended I and tho speaker waa listened .to with Interest. Mr. Smith spoke of tho necessity on the part of tho former In buying trc-oa from the nu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

l J Tide Sam? Lake Trebtote: Sunday MomsnGsTG, Majrch 13, 1904. 3 H r UREASE IN CR1N1E AND CAUSE OF IT President Hopkins of Williams Col lego Discusses Growing Evils. JsEW YORK, March 12 That there' has been a marked Increase In crime and criminal tendencies among all classes and that this condition has been due to semi-conscious suggestions from various causes, among them the vulgar ity of newspapers, debased theaters, Im pure literature and divorces, all of which may be remedied is the belief ex pressed by Henry Hopkins, president or Williams college at a meeting here of the Patrla club. "The foundations of the personal character of our national life are se riously threatened." lie said, "by ugly features of the present time. There Is abounding evidence of an alarming In crease In crime of every sort, but partic ularly of the kind that undermines hon esty, chastity and respect for law. "Thore Is a growing- Inlldellty to finan cial trust and consequently a visible loss of confidenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

( ' ' k9M9Bmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwfwKI ?,'"--iTif"'" J" "' , iwMmMmMmMmMwlMmMmMmMmMm H TEDw HfiXflP IlAKE TRIBUNE: MOilOTNG-, MARCH 13, 19041, 1 Wm of tu I! Women's HI Who Will Bo PresidontP HH One of the Questions of interest to M oldb women throughout tho country Just now Is, Who will be elected presl dent of the General Federation of Wo men's clubs at the coming biennial in St. Louis. Two names; have already been promlnontly put forth for the po sltion, those of Mrs. Dlmles T. S. Dcnl con, the present Incumbent of the of flee, and Mrs, Snrah "Platt-Dcckor of Denver, ones of tho best known and M most popular club women In all tho i country. Two of tho principal nddress cs at tho convention will be mcido by these two women, Mrs. Denlson to make the address upon the opening of the convention, and Mrs. Decker to speak on the subject, "Is the Ballot of Heal Value to tho Working Woman?" The election takes place on May 25th, tho last day ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

i 1 WD' H HI The Salt Lake Tetbtjkb: Sxinuat Mokning, jSIaech 13 1904. K I i HEAVY JUDGMENT I FOR JOHN JONES H Verdict of S6O00 Against tho Street R Railway Company for Injury In- H fiicted. Upon Plaintiff. W Judgment for ?G000 damages was rS lawarded to John Jones In his suit fj against tho Consolidated Hallway and l-H Power company by tho Jury which ro- Jri turned a sealed verdict In the District CjJ court yesterday. The plaintiff nought W to recover 515.100 for personal Injuries R J sustained while in the employ of tho V defendant company as a conductor, It I was alleged In the complaint that the , J plaintiff on October 14. 1001, was A thrown from his car and severely In- 1 - Jured, tho accident being- duo to alleged ), negligence of the defendant. Ifj . Virginia iiining coiipan"y; i DEPENDANT IN A SUIT Si ' Tho Virginia Mining company et al. : aro mado defendants In an action I , brought In the District court yesterday by N. Albert Sherman, who seeks to I ( have a resclslon mad...

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

6 The Saxt TiAttb Tejbtote: Sundat Moknin"g9 March 13, l90i, H I USi IIIL KlnL I Iff with me.h and horses Mi JruKUvILLL H RINGER FOOLS BOOKIES "Wise Ones" Bumped by a Clever Turfman. j One of the smoothest tricks ever worked on a "Western trade wao that H' manipulated on February 26th ut New H; Orleans by T. II. Grinin, one of tho best-known horsemen in this country. By a clever piece of work Griffin out wltted the wily bookicB ;uitl won :i nlco roll. Howovor, he was subsequently nusponded from tho New Orleans track for his coup, and the stewards of tho WcBtern Jockey club havo been called upon to settle the matter. On February 2Gth Griffin, started, a Ally named Sweet Popper in a two- H year-old race at New Orloans. It was B Sweet Pepper's first appearance in pub- 1 He. Reports had been spread among- bookmakers and other "wise" ones that Griffin had a fast chestnut two-year- B old in his stable, but no one knew tho filly's name. "When tho horses ap- k pearcd In tho paddock for the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

11 The Sajlt Lake Tkebune: Sottday Mokntist&, Mjlrch: 13, 1904. 7 I EASTERN HORSE ! 1 TAKES BIG RAGE 'Ostrich Outgamcs Auditor for First J Place in Valuable Race on tho ti Crescent City Track. M NEW ORLEANS, March 1. Tho clos- I Ing honors of tho Crescent City Jockey I fi club's mooting fell to tho Eastern con- Ji tingcnt, whon Ostrich landed tho prlzo of tho season, tlio JCC35 Crescent City Der- ? by. Tho Eastern colt's only rival In tho ' betting was Capt. Brown's Auditor, C to B j being laid against Ostrich against 7 to C . on Auditor. Helgcrson took Auditor to ! the front on tho first furlong. Ostrich fol- k lowing closely, and from that point It was H a two-horso race. Auditor opened up : gap which Ostrich only succeeded In clos ing as they rounded the stretch turn and I 1 headed for tho wlro. It was a diivo all pa through the stretch, and at tho ond, Os- ; jS trlch, well ridden out, had a scant length 7 I I to tho best of It, Auditor btatlng Conk- li JiJ ling throo lengths...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

I I H 8 Tms Sait LtAXE Tribtodb: Sunday Momrare. March 13. 1904. j ! WITHIN THE DOMAIN OF DTHH f . 10 C44H4D4-i W.--f O IT IN AND ABOUT TRIBUTE BRANCH OFFICII, 3 2tStJ Washington Ave, Telephone 111 U I ASKS $15,000 FOR LOSS OF AN EYE Explosion of a Blank Cartridgo "by a Docoinotlvo Basis of Damage Suit. Special to Tho Tribune. OGDEN", Mai tell 12. Charles W. Peck hos brought sutft against Ogden Union Hallway and Dilpot company for 515.250 damages for personal injuries. The complaint alleged that last December, while defendant vV.'as crossing tlie tracks just west of the Union depot, some per son unknown to him placed a blank cnrtrldgo on the track which was ex ploded by tho wluttda of a, passing en gino, a pleco of the shell striking him on the eyo mid destroying the sight C. C. Rlchnrda i3 plaAntiff's attorney. ITKOUBLE TOE, llOY WITH j INCmJDIAB.X TENDENCIES i Special to Tho Tribune. OGDEN, March 12. Somo one whose namo could not bo ascertained tel ephoned to tlvi Chief of Po lice...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

t . : r. :-.:i:.v...y-,-v . ill Si' '. ill Hi 4 The sat.t Lake" Ti?iKtnsT3: stostdat Morning-, March 13. 1904. . HEARING CHARGES A: AGAINST DIETRICH Bennto Committeo Puts in Another Day listening to the Evidence. ; ' TVASHEN'GTON, ' March ' 12.-Jacob Fisher, the present postmaster at Hast ings, Neb., resumed hlB statement to day before the special Senate commit tee appointed to Investigate the charges against Senator" Dietrich. Fisher said that he hod not asked Hahn what the ofllco paid and llntly contradlotcd Hahn's statement that he had asked Hahn to consult a lawyer for him to ascertain whether he would have to pay a note he might give to Dlotrloh to secure tho appointment. "I never asked him," he said, "and no note was given." PAYMENT OF MONEYS. Edwin C. Francis, deputy postmaster at Hastings under Fisher, was tho next witness. Replying to questions by Mr. Piatt, he said that he had ocreed to pay hnlf tho rental of tho backroom of the Dietrich building and had done so for live m...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

H , 10 Tjeee Salt Iaxe Tetbuxe: Sunday Moemg, March 13, 194. ' I MIME AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND HiLL 1 I. OUTPUT OOES TO BINGHAM Will Forward Throo Thousand Tons Slontlily to Furnaces of tho Valley Plant. Upon tho Bingham domains of tho "Fortuna Mining company, one of tho most formidable of the crop of young sters that were launched during the week, active work will bo rcsumer at once, the campolgn underground to fol low the erection of bunk and boarding houses, an assay office and other sur face Improvements, while at the head of the administration will be none other than Ernest Bamberger, assistant manager of tho Daly West, his super intendent, James Dart, who has been long prominent In the diggings of that ramp. Of the productiveness of the For tuna's possessions the fact that it . , has obligated Itself to deliver 3000 tons ".of ore monthly to tho furnaces of the Bingham Con. smelter affords the best evidence, the ores, which were carefully -sampled prior to the contract for the...

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