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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

'- - " ' t lfeJittiJJiBBBBBBBBBBBBfl 1BBBB1 il The salt Xaxe xrohne: biindat Morotto, March 13, 1904, n II 1 I IN REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS SLUMP IN WALL I STREET CONDITIONS Comparative Figures Show a Tre mendous Falling Off in Vol udio of Business: NEW YORK, March J2.-The stock roar- BBBI iet dovolopod some activity today and a H sathor positive tono of weakness. Tlio M weakness was largely sympathotlo with H tho preesuro upon Individual stocks, espe- IBH daily Metropolitan Street Hallway and j Metropolitan Securities. Tho liquidation BH tn those two stocka gave aliens or urgency H and cost tho former 4i points and tho 1 latter 8 points. The selling was unexplained by any nows pBHI regarding tho property and was thought t likely to bo duo to Bettlement of one or two largo estates largely Interested In tho BHl i!I p,y- PunnsylvanJa was also freoly pressed for sale and broke through tho BHI ?,u,pp2Lt whIch has been In cvldcnco abovo BH i;2- ,Tho prlco touchod lll'A, whi...

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. — 13 March 1904

' yHj H 12 Tfflj B-AJT TjATTFj TrUDBTJlSrE: SUNDAY MOKN13S"G-, MAJEtCH 13, 1904. .. II Issued Every Morning: by Salt Lake Trlbuno Publishing Company. PERKY S. HEATH, Publisher nnd General Manager. Entered at tho PoHtoMco of Salt Lake City" as second-class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, one week. J -.25 Dally and Sunday, one month........ 1.00 Dally and Sunday, two months . 2.00 Dally and Sunday, three montha .... 3.00 Dally and Sunday, one year 12.00 Sunday Tribune, one yeav 2.00 Sunday Tribune, nix months 1-00 Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year 1.50 All remittances and business letters should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Solt Lake City, Utah. S C. Bcckwlth, Special Agency, Solo Eastern Auvertlnlnc Agent. Eastern of fice. Tribune Building, Now York Western office. E10-512 Tribune Building, )ChIcago. Washington Bureau National Hotel. Tribune- Telephone Numbers. Business Offlco --350 City Editor 34-3 Rings News and Night Editor 3S1-2 Rings Sunday Ma...

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

0x1 9 II K j SAIIT liAKB TKIBTOTEi SUNDAY MOKOTCSTG, MARCH 18, 1904. - f8 II iSTORY WEATHER RETARDS BUSINESS And Yet Trade Is Fully Up to tho Standard of a Year Ago, "With a Very Bright Outlook. "While the opening1 of spring activity In 'trade and building has been delayed by continued unsettled and utormy weath er, the last week lias been a very sat isfactory one from every point of view. Retail merchants report business fully' up to the standard for the time of year, wholesalers are unusually busy and new houses are springing up on all sides in spite of snow and mud Tho condition of Salt Lake's jobbing trade is particularly favorable at this time. Many of the wholesale houses arc absolutely ruehed with orders, collec tions are uniformly good and there Is every prospect that tho year 19 to bo a record-breaker In the volume of busi ness transacted This condition of af fairs comes In the nature of an agree able surprise to the Jobbers, they having anticipated a measure of dullness on...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

The Salt Lake raiBinj jsijtoay iom Minion 13. I I The Greatest Department Store in the World Is to Be Found I I "WANT ADS" CASH RATES i 10c por lino first insortlon. f Cc per line each, subsequent J insertion. I No ad. to occupy less space (J than two Hues. V Tour "want ad." will be ac ' ccpted and 'phoned to The Salt M Lako Trlbtinc ofQco at regular I rates by the following agents: BRANCB OFFICES s Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. ! 101 Main Street. ( W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., I Comer Second South and State, j SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 1 1 502 South State. ' I LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand ; Pacific Hotel, Comer 3rd West and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN. DRUGGIST, 511 West Second South. L. M. MAYS, Wasatch Drug Store, northeast corner Second South and Third East. W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su gar House. CASH REGISTERS. H NATIONAL. CASH REGISTERS. 08- H car Groshell. ealc agent. No. 221 Main st Expert cash register repairing. Socond- hand registers always In a lock. nlSSO NEW OR 2ND-HAND. C...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

Hf '. .. - . r -r--mnmgmiiTiriwii i TirTmmirir (! mi n-m frr ftn if ni ' -', y.JM t$f I " IB mi The SaxtLake Tbibtttte: Sunday Mommsro, MLarch 13, 1904. 15 IB m 1 a . i , M . m Jn These Pages. If You Want Anything You'll Find It Here. i I 7 FOR BALE REAL ESTATE. $1200 BUTS COST COTTAGE HOME; 4 rooms, lino lot, fruit, shado, lawn, hedge. i $1GOO for 6-room brick, easy payts. $3750, worth $M00 S-room modern home, furnace, good lot. etablo. $100.00 buys first-class building lot. Easy payments, f Other real cstato bargains. E. J. WILLS. 15 W. 2nd So. St.. t!045 . Room 20. Tel. 2141-X. CHEAP COTTAGE1 $1800.00. Good 4-rm. br. cottage, pantry and clooota; nicely arranged for comfortablo home. Frame bam. Lot faces south on 6th So. and Is 54x163 feet. Will take port payment cash and balance- $15.00 per month at low rate Interest. $1200.00. HOUSTON REAL ESTATE TNV. CO. U047 TUTTLE BROS., H9 MAIN STREET. $4200 Buys a very nice 7-room modem brick houso and fine lot at No. CGO E. Cth South st, 1...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

I THE eLHSSIFIEO HPS N PAGES 14 HMD 15 WILL HIP YU IN FINDING WHRT YU WHNTV I H 16 Teh Sait Lake Tkebunb. Stkpat Mokstgst&. Maboh 13, 1904. . x jH I FINE WEATHER TODAY ! "Fair and wanner" lor today 1h tlic story tho winds wafted to tho weather (u ,11 - i iu-. man yesterday. Con--4r scoucntly, tho nt tendanco at this churches should ho J5vi large, as tho nun will phlnc brightly and ' JEC lu0 n,r w"1 150 sofL iKWi and balmy. During jmfivtffi'iiSl 11 houro ycator- J yf-JutA 'dav tI,e weather was ; 5fwVr5 threatening; but In . SffiffiRk itho afternoon Uio l&flW skies cleared, a pre X fffisiivSftl curKor of tho. fine flfta&i wealhr nchodulea SftsgsEfi fr today. H &i lt jB pjjpQct,,,! that -- - 'rr thla section will now enjoy sovcrul uays of pood woathor. Tho maximum temperature yesterday was A2 decree: minimum, lf dogrecs. ; Tho record at other points: Max. Mln. Oonvcr Clear. ...CS 30 Grand Junction Clear... .03 32 tTolnna Clear. ...40 23 Pocatollo Clear.. ..S (Modena Pt....

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

Jfc t " " - . : f :u:.Lx.r ,.tv.. , til lilH mj The fiATr Lake Teibune: Sunday Mobotng, Makch 13, 1904. IT WM A ; M Mark Manna: President Maker jCEEDj i I It was not until Mark Marcus Alon ro Hanna was OS ye&rw old, well on the way toward 59, that he became wlde ly known. In iact, until the cummer of 1695 he was not well known even In his ratlve Ohio. But r.lnce then he has been ontlnuoualy on the national stage, nl- 5 'nnyB a conspicuous member of the con cjiIcuour group. The fitoiy of his fludden blazing forth is the Inside Btory of two of tho re nnrlcable achievements of our political history As the Presidential year 1S9G opened, the outlook for tho Republican, party wan dark Indeed. Tho "money question" with which both parties had been flirt ing; for years had at last forged to the front and was demanding" oerlouu atten tion, was scorning' coquetries. A very lare part of the main body of the Re publican voters tho farmers had so ceded to the People's party, and a large iiart...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

28 The Sait ijbjs tmbtoos; stotpat Momsm IVIajch 13 1904. I As the Lenten season advances, half of it Is now gone, the festivities crow fewer and fewer In short a decided calm has settled upon society. Aside from the dancing parties of Friday evening given by the cadets of tho high school and the fourth-year normals of the University there was not a single big event last week. Members of tho gay set seem to be enjoying the rest, es pecially as It gives ample opportunity to plan for the events of the oarly spring, which Is sure to be a gay sea- son. The theaters will naturally be the I chief attraction during the coming i week and many box parties havo been I formed to see the gifted actresses, Blanche Walsh, Mrs. Fisko and Mary Manncring. Aside from dinner parties which will precede the box parties at ' the theaters, little or nothing has been ' planned for tho week. To "Wed in. Zion. Miss Lucllc Jennings will return In a ' few days from San Francisco where she I has been spending s...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

Sf i - " ll K1 The SaxtIiAKE Tkzbttntb: Sunday Mobotng, March 13, 1904. 19 Mi I a .. . : - , . : . ! lis Tuesday on the spocial over tho Den ver & nio Grande. ? Mrs. S. W. Platte !Uid son Wnde have f:on to tho coast for tho boiwfll ot the ! y latter'B health, which ha; been vory poor- jL ly.for somo weeks, V. Sherman Fargo roturnert from n. short business trip to tho city "Wednesday moru- Mrs. T. Konrns of Salt T,alcc camo up to Park Monday raornlnff. ' w r , AV'.'Sr-J"orr nna c- L- llood spent sron day In Park on mining matter.?. , Mr. and Mr?. W. J. Buck and nephew ( : spent Tuesday in Salt Lake. a 9- .E- Hedges is visiting In ZIon with relatives and friends. ; Eph D. Sutton returned to Provo after a. pleasant visit with his brothers, W. D. and D. D., and fainlllen. J. Wcstcott spent several days In camp tho past week on business, e Mr. and Mrs. Al HIBOn are guosls of Mr. and Mra. William A. Raddon. Charles Bcrryman. the rustling sales man, visited Park Thursday. John Brink re...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

Hi 1 i ' jnumm 1 20 Teds Salt Ike Pbibtote: Sunday Morotntg, Makch 13, 1904. , I I 'Who hno been In DewoyvMo the Inst win ter, Is down to fiottlo up n few business af fairs find to visit old friends. Ho -will re turn to Dewcyvlllu In a few days. E. S, Corbtn of tho firm of Baxter & Corbln, eye specialists of Salt Lake, was hero Saturday, Sunday and Monday, but I roported very little business dono hero. Ho left here for Santaquln. E. W. Frlsby of Eureka wan In Parson "Wednesday, en rout to Ncphl. l M. A. Coombs returned home Wednes day from his mission In England., on ac count of slcknees. I I Charles Hansen wont up to Euroka Wednesday to enter tho mines. J. C. Morgan went up to Eureka Thurs day, whero he expected to tako a position in the Oxford cafe. B. N. Pulvcr went up to Eureka Fri day evening Tor n day or two. Truman Pickering went up to Eureka Wednesday cvenlnir, whero ho has om i ploymont In tho mines. Edward Simmons was down from Mam 1 month looking aver tho property he ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

- v. n5 MBS ' . i'.-.ritiixai: "NI Hf , . . 1 ffH si . ? Kl -j x THE SAIT IiAKB TRIBTnSTE; StrKBAY MOKNXNG, MARCH 13, 1904. 21 i- tlH A KEITH-O'BRIEN COMPANY. w I H X ' TAKE A LONG AND LINGEIUNG SPR.ING LOOK I Mnt Cmp8ft Stowkg f Sprimg G& . I H ' ' ... Ab E?qp)sn(lQini If C Sttyte Dim Iffew IFdbirk9 l&dyftW&rr Absurd Sua PfflMH M Ajpnna&Mm - H SILKS AND DRESS GOODS. MILLINERY. NECKWEAR. CORRECT SHOES. SHIRT WAISTS. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. HOSIERY. SUITS AND JACKETS LACES. GLOVES. EASTER RIBBON. LINGERIE.' HOUSE FURNISHINGS. NOVELTIES. . r ' . HAVE A SPRING LOOK. HAVE A SPRING LOOK. A IIPIIW" "" ,"" HAVE A SPRING LOOK. HAVE A SPRING LOOK. ; H (TLj7fTG It is a little glass jug containing a O O O ILJtI lllSQ) IT Jjilll J U L1 QJ O O O I We will sell lour S2.00 Napoleon i kid ' -H H KO) gLJS concocUon of rose leaves, oil and opl- . V . . , L H gloves for UJ5. The gloves have three (WrirfTrTl ! ya UVikc? ces o th0 orient. Carired through a Walking and dress length skirts, wit...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

I; ; $3ggg i HOW THEY ENTERTAIN IN JAPAN I jfc TOWADATS when novelty Is the I xV Slnc 1Ua nn the SUCCeasful J 6ocI.il function some ideas may I be borrowed from that very j picturesque and plucky race. J the Japanese. Necessarily these orlcn- i , tal coremonlea will have to be adapted I ! to western retirements, but in most Instances their basic decoratlvo and 1 serving notions may be carried out in- j tart. I Japanese entertaining-, with all It3 I elaborateness, refinement and rules for i 1 every detail, might easily he ranked , among the fine art3 of thla oriental country. It offers a subject as charm- lnc as it Is original, jfor all kinds of con siderations come Into play besides the 1 ; actual food served. For instance, there ' am certain rules which govern tho character of flower arrangements for different ceremonial occasions ne well an the disposition of each artlclo used : In the banqueting room. Not alone am the flowers for felicitous occasions of prescribed varieties and c...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

I r ;.: ' l j ' The Sait Lajoi TRiBinsrE; Sunday MomsnsG, jVlAicH 13, 1904. 23 H T M I THIS "WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS. ( Snlt Lake Theater Blanche "Walsh in "Resurrection," Monday, Tuesday and "Wednesday nights and Wednesday nf ternoon; Mary Mannerlng In "Harriet' b Honeymoon," Friday and Saturday nights and Saturday afternoon. Grand Theater "The Brand of Cain," Monday and Tuesday nights and Tues day afternoon; Mrs, Flske in "Mary of Magdala" Wednesday and Thursday nights; "Our Goblins." Friday and SaU , urday nlghto and Saturday afternoon l The announcement that Blanche i Walsh, always popular here, Is to return to the Salt Lake Theater tomorrow Ji evening 1b one that affords great plcas- t T uro to Salt Lakers. This time this tal- m vat ented actreES brings the great Tolstoi w T play, "Resurrection," one of the most -LOfi powerful In which Bhe ha9 ever ap- Ik n pcared, and In which uhe has won great Hi4 ln success. Because of ita terrible ar- Hl q ralgnment of social laws It has excited...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

2 The Lakb TmBinsrEJ: Sihstdax Morotktg-, Mahch 13, fl I With the Music Folk I Harold Bauer comes to Salt Lake on the evening: of March 2Sth, and will ap pear at the First Congregational churah under the auspices of iho Phllharraonlo Guaranteeing association. Thin Ib at . V-at donnltob' decided, and It Is good i noTo to tho muflJc-lovtng public, for Harold Bauer la one oC thu great planlstB of tho day. Although ho had studied tho piano. Mr. Bauor did not dream o bcoming a piano virtuoso until lSfc, wi.cn he wont to Paris and studied uncLcr Pndorewekl. Prior to that I time hlH musical talents liad been de I voted to the' violin. In 1S93 Bauor made I Ills debut In Paris as a plunJat, and haa I called that city his homo slnco. The great pianist has travolod extensively and given converts In Germany. Spain, I tho Netherlands. Austria, Sweden and IJrtuaaia. uii .uvciiniDor i, xwj, oovl xnade his first a.ppoaranco In America, when he played -3th tho Symphony or Vch&stra at Boston Brah...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

H' 1 - --'t-m- ' r -- - r L ' a M HI The Saif Iake Tbibtoou; Sunday Moknestg-. Mjlrch 13, 1904. or: I . t H II flow. Love Solved a Difficult Problem and Brought Harmony I Out of Chaos. IApeculIarly rom&ntlc Btory has Jost come to llcht In which figure a beauti ful, goldcn-halred babe; a widowed mother who leaves her child with a wet nurse, afterward apparently abandon ing It; a wealthy Jewish couple who se curo possession of the babe by paying tho nurso the amount of her claim against the delinquent mother, and an Inuwcunlouu widower, who woes the f. mother and saves the nurse and tho Jewish couple from prosecution by pre vailing upon his flanco to accept money for her outraged feelings on account of her child being sold into bondage all of the principals being happy in the I.iJiii.1.1 It was not many years ago that one of Salt Lake's most prominent Hebrew citizens became posseBucd of the Idea that It would be good for him to take a wife. His lifo up to that time had been given ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

26 The Saw Tms Tbxb'uetei Stinday Moknus-g-, Mjrch 13, 1904. , ' fl I An Adventure of Track Six ZEEE1 n I Ml I' (Copyrlffht by S. S. McCluro Company.) Tho Wellington- hotel was burned on the 10th of April. On the following i morning the papers contained columns of description, but the adventuro of j Lieut. Swenaon and his men received ' only a few paragraphs. A aomcwhat 1 more extended account was given by . ) the "citizen," Harrison, two days later In the hospital. When I asked Swenson ' about It, lie only said: "The Marshal I told mo to go up, an' I went up. She got too hot, an' I came down." Gelgcr and Ford, however, Anally gave mo the details, though piecemeal and somewhat shamefacedly. It was a few minutes past 6 o'clock In the afternoon when the cook of the "Wel- llngton hote1 rushed up from the base- 1 ment and pulled the knob of the red fire alarm box back of tho clerk's desk. In the laundry behind the kitchen the flames were spreading along the walls and reaching out of the...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

mm ; mm HI Tee Salt Lake TBXBijyE; Stotpay Mokktntg-, Mabch 13, 1904. 27 i I H I THE MOUNTAIN RUBBER PLANT; THE DISCOVERER It ' :: f WILLIAM SUNDERLAND, " Discovorer of the Mountain Rubber Plant. . 1 iixiiii. unlit, iJuuiixxAiA-Ua-UV444444fH-(' IBpecIal to The Trlbuno. LE1II. March 12. About the middle of Jnnunry of this year tho newspapers con tained some articles concerning Iho dl Vovery of a wonderful rubber plant by John Bcclc Tho artlclos which told of thu plnnt and the uses to which It could ba put wero In tho mnln correct, but 11 now transpires thnt Deck was not tho discov erer at all, but wan lmply taken Jn to pro mote tho llnanclal end of tho concern. "William Sunderland, tho voteran metal lurgist, chemist and mining engineer, Ih tho truo dlacovcrer of tho plant, or of tho val uable uses to which It may bi put, and la amply fortlflc-d with loltorn from Mr. Beck and papers from Washington to provo his claim to the honor, for an honor It In, which no ono can deny after being ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

H 28 THE S-AXT JuASKE TRTBTOTE: SUNDAY MOKNTN"G, MAPmr 13, 1904. . 1M i t i i i i i i i i i i . ""imii'i in uniinimiiimiuiiiiiiiii i t i . . , . t n . . , . t . A uiixu- 41MH- 9 WHAT THE NEWSPAPERS OF THE COUNTRY I U M HI I ! ! I 'Illlllll II t 1 H-HHHH i HUMMIIH IHHfKm4) M I I I I II I I 1 M M , H ,H I I H I I I H M I COMMENT OF THE EASTERN PRESS I Philadelphia Ledger: Gravo as are the questions of constitutional liberty and the right of absolute freedom of religious belief which are Involved in the case of Heed Smoot, the Mormon apostle who sits in the United States Senate as a representative of Utah, and against whom protests have been i I made, the- testimony already given be . . fore the Commltteo on Privileges and j Elections shows the vital necessity of f a searching inquiry into the real rela tions of the Mormon church to tho practice of polygamy. It matters noth I lng to the United States Government what may be tho belief or teachings of i nny religious body except in so fa...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

, .;.- vjeSRWIW 1 ' " ' V" ' ' ;". " 1 I'l-r""! t jl H . The Bart Lake Tribtooii Sunday Moknxn&, jSIarch 13, 1904:. 29" i I 1 : : "! IK 4 M M M M M M M M M M M MH t M M I t M H t t I M H H M M M M M H t t M M t t M M M M M M M M M M M IMM M M M M M U M M M M M M M M M M f M M M M H MH I I t I I I I Hit ! i I1 ARE SAYING ABOUT CASE OF SENATOR SMOOT I I -I I tMltlttttltllllllllllltHttlllllHHHIIIIttlMHltUHMMtHHttlllllllttltlllllHHIH m IIIIIUtllltlltllMIMItlltlllll ltltlMIIMIIIIt) i)ni)tm(nlH H i COMMENT OF THE SOUTHERN PRESS B Houston Post: No more conclusive U proof of the extent to -which polygamy B Is being practiced In Utah than that furnished during the examination of B Joseph F. Smith before the Senate Com- mllteo on Privileges and Elections could I be asked for. The venerable head of the I Mormon church attempts to draw a fine 1 distinction between the practices of po- 1 lygamy and polygamous cohabitation, I but It Is not clear that he has suc- E ceeded In convincing any one...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 March 1904

ll F j - H I 30 The Salt TzATCE Tribune: Stostday Moiusxk", Iarch 13, 190i. ' jH I ! (QUESTIONSanoANSWESJSJ SALT LAKE CITY, March 10. Will ou please Inform mo through your Questions and Answers department 1 what proportions of what Hour and : j sralmm flour, also ammonia, whether ;.qua ammonia or carbonate: ammonia. ! lr, used for cleaning- wallpaper? w m 1 i you pleat ffive a good receipt for clcan- ! ' inp wallpaper. Constant Render. ! ' ! So far as we are able to And out all ! rxperts in cleaning wallpaper buy their I own secret preparations, -which uiejA ac- ! dine to frivo out. I f " ' SALT LAKE CITY. March 10. Pleas? irivo wo what Information yo can on 1 the following- questions: (1) What part ioC Idaho and near what town oi vmv - once is it that the Government has te irrigation scheme under way? (BJJhen will work bo commenced (3) AN in j tne land be open for hoincsteadinp? W it not, can a peroon set a few and work on ditch to pay for HI (0 Whom would, I havo to writo to for f...

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