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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

1 . ,v. " ' ' ' 5 ' ... . . - - - AttiiMaiMaMBMMllMMMi ' , . 'jM Ttttc Saif Lakh Trebtoste; Sunday Moknxistg, MaAch. 20, 1904. - 9 : TIN WORKERS TO I yiVOTE ONWAGE GUT fll Proposed Seduction of 20 Per Cent in the Scolo "Will Be Decided by Ballot. W I PITTSBURG, Pa., March 19. A vc- Vjm ductlon of 20 per cent be-low the wage Wl scale of 190S-4 Is the proposition that Wr A AV' be subn1'lle nc:ct week, to the tin i W r' tand sheet-workers of the Amalgamated r , Association of Iron, Steel and Tln- Iwf " "Workers. The proposition is the out- Vf V ffrowih of a Joint meeting of the gen- 'l "S eral executive board of the association r m ajid the oillclals of tho American Sheet U i A- and Tin Plate company In this city. II jHr Tho new scale will be submitted to f tho tin and sheet lodges early on Tues I mtg day next. The vote on the scale must -K. ' be in by April 2nd. If adopted it will .mW- J be effective from March 21st- It will "'jBv' I have ,the recommendation of the Amal i ' gamatcd of...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

jjl 10 THE SAIT LAKE TRESXnol: SUNDAY MOIOSmrG-V . I r MINE" AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND HILL I WW GROUP UN- ' PER $100,000 OPTION Davis-Gebhard Properties to Bo Oper ated by Local Talent Territory Has a Record, jjj hTo Davl-Gebhard group ofvmlnes R at Bingham, over which there has been ' such spirited rivalry ever slnco the destiny of that camp of copper was as sured has been finally acquired by 'Yilllam Ochs under an option that obligates him to shell out no less than $100,000, and that It will have been ex ' erclsed long before the option expires xthere is scarce a doubt. The group, which embraces no less than 141 acres of ground, covered throughout by Gov ernment patent, is among the last to 1, have been drawn upon tho bargain r ; counter. Indeed, Its morlts have long l ' been demonstrated, Its bullion record Ji telling of an output above the horizon "at which copper began to replace the ! load, of the value of many thousands of Ji jlollara. Since the decadence of the lead ji "ore...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

l 11 The Sait Lake Tjhbtote: Sunday Moknestg, Mauch 20, 1904. 11 1 IN REALM OF BANKERS, MERCHANTS AND BROKERS I ! WALL STREET SHARES ARE MORE BUOYANT I Better Tone to the Market, and Some I is of the Old-Time Activity Is ' 1 j, Looked For. ' NEW YORK. March 15. Today's nw j hot disclosed a lively revival of specula- tion and closed animated and buoyant at , the top level of tho day. Not only was i yesterday's reaction, caused by tho Sully failure, moro than wiped out, but net 1 trains wcro established for tho principal 'active slocks, running from over a point to two points. St. Paul, Reading and Su gar wcro tlie largest gainers, but there was a very largo absorption of Pennsyl vania and tho Pacifies on a rising scale. Tho equanimity with which the market accepted tho Sully falluro wns tho causa 'Of the spurt of bullish enthusiasm. Tho rise started In the faco of tho announce ment of an additional falluro on the cot ion exchango, and gained cumulative iorco after brief periods of he...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

jlj 12 "The SjlltLajie TimBimEj Sxjndjlt Moritotg. March 20, 1904. f ' leaned every morning by Salt Lako Trlb- 0 uno PubllshlnK Company, PERlii 3. H HEATH, Publisher and General Mnna I Ker. , j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Trlbuno. one wcck.5 .5 Ill Dally and Sundav, one month i.jw Hi Dally and Sunday, two mnntlin ...... - Dally and Sunday, three 'months .... 3.00 J l Dally nnd Sunday, one year III Sunday Tribune, one year 2,00 Sunday Tribune, elx months , J- II f Scml-yWceklv Tribune, ono year 1.50 1 All remittances and business letters III nhould be addressed to I TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, J Salt Lake City, Utah. I S. C Beckwlth, Special AKcncy. Sole i Eaclern Advettlslnc Agent. Eastern of- ff lice. -15-41-45-I7-4S-19 Trlbuno Bulldlnc. Now M York. Western office. C10-512 Trlbuno 'I Building, Chicago. !i No communication In relation to publl- j cation In or business for The Trlbuno f should be addressed to any Individual or officer of this corporation. Matter rol.it- 2...

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

fUl 7 ' THE S.AXT LKB TKIBTOTE: Stotoat Moesihg. Mahch 20. 1904. Jg H 1 SPtllNG ACTIVITY 1 M TRADE CIRCLES 1 3 Volume of Botall Trade Satisfactory, MHl fobbing Trade Brisk and Money H Very Mucn Easier. ' tJM "While the past week has witnessed no i lEl Important developments In the trado M A, i situation, conditions have more than B K held their own, and there Is every evl- I d . dence of marked spring activity In all WjjjT jl) lines being very close at hand. In re- fjf V tall mercantile lines healthful condl tlons are apparent. Thero 13 no cx- a -( travngant buying by consumers, but w jfi ' - tlie volume of trade la satisfactory, cash M m ' purchases predominating and collec B X 1 tlons being: easy, The Job trade con- m Wl tlnues brisk and growing, ij sat Money Is very much easier than It I Iff has been before this year; In fact. It W might almost be said to bo going beg- i JJ glng for takers. Loan brokers arc actu- jBR'.' ally seeking new customers and are Hi unable to place a sati...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

14: The Salt JjAKe 'Hmm: Stj2day Mobot3stg, jVIjrch 20, 1904. if you Don t FIND WHAT YOU WANT IN THESE COLUMNS Let the Public KnW I. CASH RATES 10c per lino first insertion. 5o per line each, subsequent lnsortion. No ad. to occupy less spaco than two lines. Tour "want ad." will be fic j cepted and 'phoned to The Salt j" Lake Tribune offlco at regular rates by the following agents: BRANCH OFFICES Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. 101 Main Street W. H. DAYTON" DEITO CO., Corner Second South and State. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 502 South State. I LEAVES DRUG CO., Grand Paciflo Hotel, Corner 3rd West I and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, J 511 West Second South. ! WASATCH DRUG STORE, I corner Second South and Third W." R. CLARK DRUG STORE, I 11th East and 12th South, Su I gar House. H DIED. lm HAUSE. In this city March 19, 1904. Fan- I nv E. Broughcr Hatise, a natlvo of Louisville. Ky aged 46 years 3 days. H ( Notice of funeral later. ! ' HANSEN. At 101S "Windsor avenue, this ( city, March 10. 1001. ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

jg, the Saxt Lakh Tbujtote: Siindat MoirrasrG, jMauoh 20, 1904. 15 II What You Hre Seeking by Inserting a TwoLine "Hd" AND YOU WILL GET IT. I i'H IJI ;- -- - i SALT LAKE'S PROGRESS. H It -woa the Intention of Tho V -4- Tribune to publish In this is3U0 itej -fa mass of information upon tho W A , outlook of tho year as to the up- -f jj v building of Salt Lako City. The - 4- issue was to contain a large -f f -f- amount of information from 4- real estate dealers and builders, f and from the records of tho city. 4-4- Delay in obtaining this infor- mation has caused Tho Tribune ' ? 4-' to defer the publication until 4 ' 4-- the issue of nest Sunday, March 4 4- 27th. i 4- W .4 K15 rrr !f' FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. Ih 10 RODS FRONTAGE ON' 11TH BAST if near 3rd South, only $1200. L. L. Wood- - ruff. 60 E. 2nd South. ,1E 4& ACRES. WITH SVLL HOUSE, barn, city water, caat bench; good for 1 chicken ranch; will trade for city property. .j H tf-room, two-storv brick, 6 blocks west !of n postofflco...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

lfi the Salt Lake Trtt?: Sunday Morning, .march 20, 1904. B CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. Freed' Innovation of r.nUil agency In cormcoUon with n furniture store, has proven qulto ;i success, twonty-ftvo f ami lion having boon provided with hornet through thiit agency during last week. The cae of James Carroll, the saloon keeper who was arrested for a brutal as sault on an ascd miner on Friday night, wns posl pon a by Judge Dlehl till Tues Attorney A. S. Fowler appeared for tho defendant. Mis Gertrude Paypon, pianist of tho San Francisco Concert company. Is In tho city, a guest of Mr. and frs. C. Stanlev Price, Bast evening: Miss I'ayaon gavo a 1 ltl for a fW Invited guests at th" music p;irlors of Variant fc 'hamtv'rtaln on Sm h Main street, and a delighted au dience it was. Mis Payson was assisted bv Mr?. Stanley Price and by tho Eulcrpu Quartette. Mrs. Joseph Hausc, wlfo of tho proprie tor of the Cullen bur, died yostorday at tho family home, '2i Ejsi Second South Mr. .1. of paralysis. T...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

El P i 1 lit , The battt Ijajce TniBuisrE: Sundat Moknxn"Gs Iauch 20, 1904. 17 : H M Noah Raby Dies at 132. WfiijH jjrSJnclc" Nonh Raby, as he was affcc- i U tlonutely called by his fellow paupers, 1 1 flj used to say laughingly that he could not I . die and that he would live two hundred I yjfl years, but the lapse o time gradually B Hi weakened his marvelous constitution, B and death has at last claimed its own. B nH His was an interesting career. Thcro was romance in it, for he was twice dis appointed in love, and although both episodes occurred many years ago, ho had forgotten neither, and even in his last days would speak of them with ten der regret. He had used tobacco and drank whis ky, o he said, since he was 1 years old and did not give up either habit until he had reached the age of 131 years, when ho came to the conclusion that perhaps they were injuring his health. Toward the end he was blind, but ho never for a moment lost full possession of his faculties and was always...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

I 2 I8' BDS SAlT TiAKE TRXBTOsTEi SlINX)AY MOTmiNG, MAKCH 20, 1904:. i -" Save tho very beautiful tea given yes- 1 fterday afternoon by Mr. Newhouso In honor of Mrs. Belvin, tho week -was ! devoid of any largi events In a social way. Society was much taken up with : theaters, for not-In a long time have there been so many engagements of . note as those seen at both theaters dur- ! 4np the week Just closed. Box parties were numerous, preceded by many in- ' formal dinners. St. Patrick's day gave occasion for a number of small and in t formal parties and a very delightful j ' one Friday evening by tho P. E. O. J society. A number of large events are ( i being planned for tho weok lmme- .dlatcly succeeding Easter Sunday, the f first of which will be tho last In the series of Assembly balls, on the even-r ) Ing of April 5th. N Elaborate Dinner. J. The moBt elaborately anointed dinner of the week was that of Thursday even ing xrhn "T nnri MYb WIlHnm TT I' Jonts entertained a large party o...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

f THE SAIiT ' 19 I J Decorative Possibilities of JapaHeSC Aft ilfl "S"T Ik only natural to expect a people flfl ft who "ve on such ambrosial fare as Jfl H lotus blossoms, who rise at dawn f ftflj to do homage to the morning glory. 199 who stcal out at tlie "wee sma' " hour of 3 and stand on temple bridges aKA -j 1" the center of a sacred lake to see the P?.frl " ' lotua bud snap open In all their glo- f f rlous beauty, to express In their mato- afj. rial belongings tholr Intense love of na- Hk t.-. ture. Such a people are the Japanese, Wt . who arc fighting the Russians so brave- BE, : ly. It is Interesting to know that these BV oriental Islanders, who seem to have a fcV special faculty for using the sixth sense Hi in culling the best Ideas from other na- BB tions and adapting them to eastern fl i conditions, have In their land a di3dple BJ of William Morris, that great modern BB . exponent of Interior decorative art- A flfl ' veritable garden spot of Tokyo Is Nemo B I Park, the est...

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

f.Tfj !ffl k 20 The SjxtLaioe TraBinsm StmKAY MoRinire. Maeck 20. 1904. H V I Society. (Continued from pago 18.) tiful home of Mr. anil Mrs. S. R, Tliur man, 1S5 East Second North, to a few of the most Intimate friends of their daugh ter Margaret. Tho guests wero: Misses Lorena Dusonberry. Jonnlo Jones, Diana Bean, Ada Duscntwirry, Hazel Taylor, Birdie Cluff, Virginia Bean. Margaret and Lydla Thurman and May Alexander, r Con. C. 13. Loose -went to Salt Lake Tuesday. A vorv successful 3QrprIso party was given Mrs. Joseph Graham of tho Second ward. Tho evening was cnjoyably spent with games, song and recitations, after which delicious refreshments woro served. The guests were: Messrs. and Mcsdamcs Jeffries, Joseph Duke. Isaac Bean. John C Graham, William C. Graham, Joseph Hus ler. Joseph Broadbent, J. C Longbottom. Robert Berry and Mrs, Singleton; Misses IIH Sadlo and Maud Graham. Mary and Fran cis Bean, Katlo Husler. Lamb. Francis Longbottom and Master Glen Music E ! Mrs. Bateman of ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

E TBCE Sat,T TiAKir. lTBimE: SUNDAY MORNXtTG, MAJRCH 20, 1904. 21 H t! Topsy said she "Jist Growed" while we were Do you recall the eclat with which we were ushered a special anniversary sale has been arranged for the ' H - J? , , . -, , , , . T Un w nn ,i into being? how the event became almost a holi- week. Through this medium we hope to evince our MSJzT I v. fru born big and a healty cherub we be. we, too, tie- & ... . . 1 , , SJS , 1r i5? ay? tlie Sreat throngs that surged to tne house? appreciation of the people's good wishes the splen- jLrosg M H " ; W (kmWw, h'Sllt in birthdays' aml ours 0CCUr Tek' the enthusiasm? the well wishes? how, with did trade so heartily extended us for the change M Wfi I j WSP In honor of the important occasion we will give a unanimity, the populace bid us welcome? in sentiment for the confidence accorded our mod- ; My r!Lj I , j If li?! party. You are invited to it. It will last all week. To justly commemorate the festive occurrence, erate price...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

jjj 22 The Salt lake THiBtrffrB: Sunday Morning-, March 20, 1904. I Society. afl (Continued from page 20.) H John A. Johanson tendered thorn a farc well social Saturday ovenlng at tho homo M of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Raamusscn. Miss Lordla Sccly wont ot Indlanola H r'I Miss Mario FrandBen wont to Bphraim IM Friday to visit friends. LSI j. D. Hanson celebrated his twenty-ninth H birthday this week with a party of friends. I feElSi ' H Special to Tho Tribune. IB LOGAN, March 19. A very prottily ap- , flj pointed luncheon was glvon Wednesday H by Mrs. Ostlcn at tho A. C. college. Cut - H flowers wero tho decorations of tho table, H and covers wero laid for tho following ' guests: Mrs. Ostein, Mrs, M. F. Fleming, I Mrs. S. I. Longton, Mrs. R. L. Martln- cau, Mrs. Wlllard Langton. and Mrs. H. I Btyer, and Mrs, McLaughlin. A delightful banquet In honor of tho H members taking part in "As You Like It" H was glvon thorn Wednesday ovonlng by jH tho professors of the A. C. collogc. The H affair w...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

I ' : ; ' Tele Sam Lake Tribune Stotdax MoeinTqtg. March 20.. 1904. ; 23 i ; "THE GREEN FLjA G" i taTov I If ftftowfitfit (Copyright, by A. C. Doyle.) J When Jnck Conolly of the Irish Shot- If. gun Brifrade, the Rory of the Hills In- ' nor Circle, nnd the extreme left wine of If Ak the Land league, was Incontinently shot b' Sergt. Murdoch of the constabulary, ! in a little moonlight frolic near Kan turk, his twin brother Dennis Joined the British army. The countryside had become too hot for him; and, as the seventy-live shillings were wnntlng which might have carried him to ' America, he took the only way handy of getting himself out of the way. The sergeant, smiling complacently over his six feet of brawn and his forty-four-lnch chest, whisked him off with a dozen other of the boys to the depot at Fermoy, whence In a few weeks they were sent on, with the spadeworl: kinks 1 taken out of their backs, to the First battalion of the Royal Mallows, at the top of the roster for foreign se...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

I J 2 The SaifLake Trtbuistg: Bum ay Moknxntg3 Maiich 20, 1904. A . &&-ffi&Wi,&y-$ fieore ffte I THIS "WEEK'S ATTEACTIDHS, i Salt 3Lako Theater Flc-renco Robertd 'Jn "Gloconda" Monday night, "Sapho ! "Tuesday night, "The Urrwelcomo Mrs. Hatch" Wednesday afternoon and night, "Pesgy Thrift,' the Country GtrV' Thursday night; Donmon ThompGon In ! ''Tho Old Homestead," Friday night and I Saturday afternoon and night, j Grand Theater Murray, and Made in I j 'A ' Night on Broadway," Monday, i Monday, TucBday and "Wednesday, j 'Dowm by tho Sea," Thursday, Friday R ' bpjid Saturday, with usrual matinees. 9 j CFIoroncQ Kolxjrts returns to th8 Salt i i Lako Theator for four nights and) a i' . Vnatlneo commencing Monday night, !,' ; jj Tho opening bill will bo "Glooonda" i ' 1 ' tt la -written In oxqulelto pootlc dialogue nnd relates a Etory o fascinating ln- ; teres. It concerns tlie lovo affairs of j ' an Italian sculptor "who haa a "wife ! whom ho respects nnd appreciates, b...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

'il I.HH Mil UHUM My li IB II I Ml I BIIIIBfcl' !MjaIclanB aa well as society people are enjoying a rest Just now, thore having been but one concert during tht week Just past the St, Patrick's day ontertalnmcnt nt the Thoator under tho nuspices of the choir of St. Mary's cathedral. Xaturally lntorest Is now centered anon Harold Bauer, the fnmous planl3t, who comes to us a weok from tomorrow nlfTht. From all that can be learned of Mr, Bauer ho Is master of hla art, and muBlc lovers will i have tho plcasuro of listening to the jrreat- A . est pianist who has appeared here since r Paderewskl thrilled an audience at the fig 'abomaclo several years ago. Just a little 'V - later Alfred A. Farland the noted ban- V Joist, will be heard here a. recital which I R , Is also being looked forward to with keen, Jl 5 pleasure, 5. a" Music in Catholic Churches. If JB , In a recent article tho Boston Pilot com- H .K mcnts at length upon tho probable effects I M of tho edict of Plus X. regarding refo...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

k 26 The Basis Ll&K TRiBtmEi Stjistday' Moetotg, MAjftCH 20, 1004, L Trlbuno Special Correspondence, j f WASHINGTON, March 17-It Ib gen- erally believed that the strongest ambl- t "tlon of a member of tho House la to go ! to the Senate. All members of tho I House, when opportunity offered, havo ' been candidates, and they havo made earnest efforts to' secure the higher of y. flce. It Is with some surprlso, thero- '"fore, that friends of Ilepresentatlvo . Burkett heard him talk about tho Ne braska Senalorshlp, with which his t' name has been asBoclatedrln a vein to x i ' show the roluctanco ho has to leave tho I j House. Of course, Burkett Is a man I i who has "arrived" In the House. Bo- , lng a favorite of Cannon, he has been pushed to the front and achieved proml-i'-K nence which many men of longer serv- . T Ice have been unable to obtain. Ho had' f !: hlB opportunity and mado the most of It. It Is not often that men with but I'!! few years' expcrlonco got the oppor- t' i . tun...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

tit THE SAIiT LrAKE TREBUisTE: Su:NXAT MORNING MAJLCH 20, 1904. ST H W TF (Written for The Tribune.) -f- !Eack In 1SD3 a coal mine at Almy, Wyo., suddenly belched forth a great cloud of dust and debris, and as It did so many a poor fellow met his death in t Its dark, airless depth. But as time went by t)ie rebel mine il . wan put to rights again, and other men if jft - ' went down Into Its dark rooms to work. Wj ) . They1 went prepared to meet with i lM v strunEC sights as a result of the ex- I mfu plosion, but the sight of men delving .? A,' In the gloomy recesses whose funeral Aj j they had attended a short time before F 9 ' I wa3 one lat tne" were not pre- . M" I pared to linger over. Yet, If all tales J -'mr- be true, such sjj;hts were to be seen In I JHE that troubled hole In the ground; and K. 1 because of that u number of miners quit I rHxj their work. jBi This was a piece of news that caught Bl and held the attention of many of the Jb1 remaining workers underground ae a I-Hn...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 20 March 1904

v 28 The Salt Lake Tiobtjots: Sunday Moknxntg, March 20, 1904. H t IN THE SOCIAL SWIM I AT WASHINGTON CITY II Trlbuno Correspondence i WASHINGTON, March 19. MiUdcn tmlatresscs of Important cstabllslimcnts in Washington arc conspicuously plen tiful. Tho way young girls are queen ing It over widowed father's homes at 4 the capital, keeping all step-mothers fi "belligerently at bay, Js a menaco to un attached females at largo with matrl monlal Intentions. They've got a good I job, and they proposo to hold on to It. ' n It's the day of the daughters. Aspiring Jl widows and spinsters should look into J the matter. II There's Speaker Cannon, for Instance, fche quaint and tho droll. What chances have tho matrimonially unemployed with this notable widower when his de lightful daughter, Miss Helen, who makes two of her father, keeps him so "'comfy" and coddled by her own un aided efforts? The Cannon home on iiB Vermont avonuo Is the quintessence of snugncss and good cheer. At the motherless ...

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