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

B R . The Salt Tiattb Tribotte: Sunday Moeotn-g-, March 27 , 1904. w 7 I ' -v-;-; -- ...... v ,,f "f - j I - Every piece of merchandise in this house must be disposed of at once To cjcthis we must sacrifice" the : stock to induce you to take it off our hands at once Tomorrow every article and every yard of goods will ' ; ; : be cut and slashed to prices that will clean the stock out in the next few days , We will especially call attention to our Suit Room. The Bargains offered in : i this department should appeal with irresistible , force to outof-town people. Besides the Spring Wear the stock contains lines of Suits, Wraps, Jackets, i 1 h Skirts, Children's Wearing Apparel of Fall and Winter weights that we shall j sacrifice at prices that mean untold saving to you next season. Don't miss i these wonderful offerings. THE ARRAY OF BARGAINS OFFERED THROUOH i OUT THIS STORE WILL MAKE A RECORD OF SELLING DAYS IN THIS CITY. I VALUES ENTIRELY DISREGARDED y ? !i I "THE MOST FORCEFUL SALE ...

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. — 27 March 1904

j 8 The SaUt Lake Tribunei Stotday MoRarore-, jNIauch 37, 1904:. j l EATING FAT AND JUICY OYSTERS FRESH FROM THEIR NATIVE LAIRS Hov the Tongers Capture' the Succulent Dainty, the Sam piers Taste Them, Dealers Buy Them and Place Them Upon the Market. , . Ir5 -a' by a. p. PHILIPS. - i Tribune Bureau, " Kntlonal Hotel. V WASHINGTON, D. C, crat ch 2C. j ijrHBRB is only one place to cat an 1 oyster, but one place where you 1 get tho delicious navor of this H moat delicious bivalve, and that Is in the Hold of an oyslor sloop when it tics up at the wharves on the Potomac river at the national capital. fl And such oysters! ' ' So plump and fat and juicy that ono s mouth waters at the thought of then. Down in the hold of these oyster aloops is where they are to be had. I know, for I have tried thcui. All yyu need is a camp, stool, a negro to shuck the oysters and a capacity to stow them away as ho hands thorn to you on tho half shell. Then you are like the ne"gro and the roast ppssum- you ju...

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. — 27 March 1904

jjfs?ijwr flB Wmi Pf Um , , SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH z7, 1904. ' " ffj j ' !1-Jut one more week of sackcloth and ashes and then society will be ready lor the long season of gayety which is sure to follow the extremely dull weeks of Febiunry and March. Members of . K'doty are busy even now arranging J the details of a number of big events I , which are tq be given Immediately after ( i Easter. If rumor la to be Veiled upon, ; ' ut least a score, of weddings of well- . known young people will take plare n -the spring and "early summer, and the -announcements of a number of these -engagements will shortly be made. I , These announcements will be followed . I ' by a series pf entertainments that will . keep sccletybusy, to say nothing of the -I 1 i, other events? which ore already being -, " 1 evolved in the minds of the pleasure- 1 ' seekers. H H f Rumor Is again current that the -j ' onYlftn and Twenty-second batteries H ut' artillery now stationed at Fort Doug- . I...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

I 2 The S.AXT .Lake Trotem; Sundat Moknxn-g, Mach 27, 1904. - 1 1 I teacher at Icht City, camo homo Friday to remain over Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Charles Smith. A nloas.mt surprise wns slven Miss Nora Yountr of the Parker school on Tuosmiy nfternoon. About forty of nor pupils lnu n with picnic lunches took possession of thn home. Games and sport of various kinds were Indulged In. until tho after noon had waned away, and tho children , reluctantly departed. Invitations arc out to a "fool's party," to be given at the M. E. church on tho nvcnlnp of April 1st, under the auspices of the Epworth league. It costs nothlnp to enter, but 25 cents to set out. Tho William T. Sherman Woman's Ttc llef corps No. 5 held I Us regular mooting In tho G. A. R. hall "Wednesday afternoon. The meotlnK was presided over by Presi dent Mary Warner. An Interesting: and In structive papor was rend, entitled "Mourn for Old Abe," by Mrs. Murphy. The Utah Sorosls met Wednesday after noon at tho homo of Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

PPI . THE SilffLABl TBXBtfTfils StJKDAY MoEjStENtG, jSIilECH 27, 1904:. - 3 7H M 7' Society. (Continued from page 2.) Jibbed of frrns occupying tho center of tho i ' tablfc, at oltlicr end of which was a silver candelabrum with green candles and shades. Those who enjoyed Mrs. Lang ton's hospitality were. Mcsdames Slyer. Champ. Fleming. Pershing. Thatcher and Ostein, nnd Misses Pilgrim, Smith and Chamberlain. a i B. T. Bacon gavo a bachelor party at the theater. After tho play the guests onjoved a supper al Mr. Bacon's apart ments. Messrs. Thompson, Walters. Thatcher, Shepard, Em lee and Preston were present. Mrs. R. L. Cumpboll refumcd homo aftera week's sojourn with relatives in Mlsr, Florence Campbell Is visiting hi Mrs. T. W. Nuylor came up from thc city after a delightful visit with her rcla- Uvea and friends ill. Salt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Aqullla Nobckcr left Fri ll vJi day for tho East. I Vffip frs. Joseph Howell is In "Washliigton. RRLv Mrs. Pershing is making a .long 3tay I'tR...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

H 4 THE SATiT XjAKE TRIBTIOTBi SUETDAV MOKNT2sTG, MAIICH 27, 190d-. " - A H M 1 1 1 A 4 MMMW I I ' OTEMSHVE ACQUISITION T. MWSE MWMNGS - ' J ' : Kitchen uteusils aud thousands of little articles at little prices will draw the watchful stopper to III LDTTLE MOUSE IFUlRlMlISlHlDiMGS Basement Section. The purpose being to further popularize this interesting portion of the store, it - OTTLE IHlOUl, If UI&IMIISIH1II1MGS Hi H Blue d white tea ot tiles . . 12 i-2c each stands to iason that pnces will be loAverd to Uie very niininium. The new department represents an ii h lrl& UHJJJl If vymiTlWllJo; 1 Coffeostraincrsv Go each, investment of several thousand dollars. The Basement Section contains the following comprehensive 5 -s-Kettles and stands with latest improved burners, from 91.95 ! , H Spout Tea strainers : ;0c each. lines: Carpels, Oriental and Domestic E tigs. Metal Beds, Draperies, Bric-a-brac, Pictures. Silverware mJ p" ' VomU'- ?1ftnr HI SSSSJSMTi: ::::::::: m v. v.v.i 0...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

Hl9! It .jJJI Byi The SaXiT Xiiuoi Tribtdste: Sidtoay Morotn-g, Mauch 27, 1904. 5 1 ' 1. 11PTIHI- WEN C. A MAQWDEirW EM&MT IF - """ O m DTO If Clfc YSDy IFdekbs VsupdsSdsGj asndl Ik g 35 IPhod WBuSfie Spireas9 Mc8E$s If PAm mi rmg Itate, Will M L get Stoir Al Wosfe.' Hies and plants will be offered for sale throughout the week. The vc all been grown by the Salt Lake Huddart Floral company, at their greenhouses, 12th South and State streets, Hies are of exceptional size and beauty and, being grown here, the re perfect, will be an attractive window exhibit of the lilies. Uy is emblematical of Puriiy. Purity is Truth. Truth well, ndvertis j exemplification of truth when every statement advanced for public icomes dependable. Truth must be applied to the purchase of merchan narklng prices reasonable tp selling at moderate prices to being triat every announced reduction Is an inducement of some kind. ;entlas personify Truth which commands respect- and creates confl onfldence develops ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

H . P aMBra THE SALTXjAJCE TKD3U3TE: SUXDAY MORXrNTG3 aiAJtOIE 27, 1904:. ffl ' 77 TREASURE BOX ! Erlii i ItVe had Just got back to Manila after a three-weeks' cruise to the southward, and for the Jlrst time since wc had been trading around the islands had made a "broken trip;" that 1h, the net receipts had not covered the running i xpenses. Knapp & Bole?, who owned the pchooner, were fairly disgusted; but as far as r was concerned tho trip had been a great success. This was due to the fact that one evening, while be calmed, I had caught on my canvas a ertain effect of the short-lived tropic afterglow for which 1 had been striving in Vain for months. It was from these studies that my Academy picture, "'Moonrise in the Tropics," was devel oped. The morning after we got back Knapp and I had gone ashore on our usual tour of Inspection, which Included a visit to the Senate, a drive round Ma late, tiffin at the Orlcnte and the usual Luneta promenade late in tho after l'oon. "We had w...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

Rs ' i ml THE SAIiT ItAJCB TTHBHETE: STOTDAY MORmSTG, MABCH 27. 1904, T I 1 j CURRENT PUBLICATIONS 12 A POND BIOGRAPHER. ' Theodore Rooeovclt, the Citizen. By Ja M cob A. RIK Illustrated. Tho Outlook JV Company, Now York. A fine, large volumo this, tho publishers making- It In tho best stylo of tho book art. w Tho author la n well-known writer, who '& has In many lines dono excellent work. In U i this biography, If wo conccdo that the c writer's whole duty Is to eulogize, ho has ! H also done great work; It reminds ono of II the extravaganzas of tho myth-makers in 1 the early times of tho development of ra il olal typos, when dcml-gods and heroes , were tho subjects of creative fancy. The 1 style of history that John S. C. Abbott wrote Is tho typo of which this Is an illus f trntlon. ; It eeems, from the enthusiastic descrlp n tlons of tho author, that the boy from his . i crndlo was a destined destroyer of "tho j maohlno" nnd of "tho spoils system:" v ?r , that ho early forced ...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 March 1904

- MMimiihiMir'-'J" ,-i - - - i r - - ... . .. .. . '. . , -t v ' V I VH H s The Saw? twtb Triune: Sttnday moenhstg-, MAitai 27, 1904. n' Ffl I Special to Tho Trllnmo. to YASHINGTON March 20. Dur JU inff the tlmo that the House " was in a fierce tumult ami rage over the report showing that members had secured increases for clerk hire in their districts, it was ob served that John Sharp "Williams, the 'brilliant minority leader, mounted the several steps leading to the Speaker's "throne," or "dlas," or whatever it may be oalled, and held a confidential con versation with Speaker Cannon. A short tlmo afterward, during the debate on the potjtoMce appropriation bill. Speaker Cannon 'Sauntered up the main nls-lo of the House and paused at the seat of Williams, and the two engaged In earnest conversation. They rested their elbowa on "Williams's desk and talked into each other's cars. This Is because TVilllams Is a little hard- of hearing. "What does (hat mean?"' was a query addressed to on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 March 1904

MBBBP ,.f ' , m mi iinTIII lil"'Hf l m I in "J , 1 S-SI mn'- - . , . . rw. IM A Id HH--tHit-T-T I Vl ' tXtV""'"" "jSfcPli . Z9 li 4 gf H - - CiT ILaaAU i THROW AWAY J f lO " " " " "Yh m " " WEATHER TODAY-TInsettled and warm ' y ( Vol. XL.VI. No. 34:7. , Sajlt Ijajkie City, Utah, Monday Moeottg-, Maboh 28, 1904. no phges.-five Gents. H It Mikodo's Fighting 'Machines Steam Away When Challenged to Sea Duel by Czar's Fleet I I I BEAUTY LUBES SOLONS i TO FLIGHTS OF t ORATORY. Mystery of Recent Declama tion Craze in Halls of i Congress Solved. Galleries Filled With Magnifi cently Gowned Society Buds and Matrons. A Peep Behind the Scenes in Senate Committee-Rooms at the Luncheon Hour. Special to The Tribune. wwjASHINGTON, March 27. The halls mI of CnSrcss arc drawing ail tho WW fashionable women to tho Capitol ' ' building these days, tho principal magnet being tho "free lance" oratory that Is developing1 tho lungs of Btatesmcn at nn astonishing rate. In the Senate tho most burning elo que...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 March 1904

I 2 " ' TEE SALT TiAK"Pi TJIINjE; MO!NTAY" MOKNIffGr lA.BCH 28, 1904. j . Ih.ivc roqulrcil several days at least to blow up the steamships and clear away ihc wreckage, during which time the Japanese would be assured oCnon-lntor-ference hi the carrying-out o their pur poses. The failure of the Japanese this morn lug may seriously hamper their plans as the lec in the Ijiao river Is going out and when the river Is free from ice its mouth can easily be mined. The conviction continues to grow hen that the Japanese have concluded that it would be Inadvisable to make a direct frontal attack on Manchuria from Korea against the whole Russlun army and that it will be necessary to land a flanking column In the Gulf of Ll.io Tung to divide the attention of the Russians and if possible to seize the railroad and cut off Port Arthur. The ground abovo Newchwang Is perfectly familiar to the Japanese, who occupied it for a year during the Chlno Japaneso war. Some experts even go so far as to ex press...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 March 1904

n i in- iitiinm-rr irr""' 1 " 1 ' ! The Sait Lajoj Tribune: Mo2stay Mokntcstg, March 28, 1904, r l9g - ; I TWO IRRIGATION Lift PUNS FOR IDAHO MA Payetto and Snake River Projects Mean the Reclamation of 500, 1 1 000 Acres of Land. : BY A. F. PHILIPS. I . Trihuno Bureau, ") ' National Hotel. V ; A WASHINGTON. D. C, March L7. j ; A great irrigation project Is soon to bo ; launched In Idaho and in Boiso. The , Payetto project Is one In which DOO.dOO ; acres of land on tlie Payetto river will ; r be reclaimed. It la understood that tho ', proposal has been Indorsed by tho engl- C " neera of the reclamation service, and Is . . now ready to be submitted to the Secre j ; tary of the Interior for approval. That ! ; this will follow there is HtUo doubt. ! Senator Dubois has been a strong advo- ! cute of this proposal, as also of the Mlnl- ITj ' doka project on the Snako river. Tho lat R ter Involves 140,000 acres. Tho Senator Ik went over tho ground of both projects II . last summer with tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 March 1904

4 Tedb 8aitIiASe Tbtbottes Monday Morarare, Mj-Rch 38, 1904:. Issued every morning by Salt "Lake Trlb uno Publishing Company. PERRY S. HEATH, Publisher and General Man ager TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION'. Dnlly and Sunday Tribune, ono wcck$ .25 Dally and Sunday, one month 1.00 Dally and Sunday, two months 2.C0 Dally and Sunday, three months 3.00 Dally nnd Sunday, one year 12.00 Sunday Tribune, ono year.,., 2.00 Sunday Tribune, six months 1.00 ScmI-"VcekIy Tribune, ono year 1.C0 All remittances and business letters should be addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City. Utah. S C. Bcckwith, Special Atrcncy, Solo Eastern Advertising Accnt. Eastern of 1lce, -I3-H-1G-I7-IS-49 Tribuno Building, Is'cw York. Western ofllco. 610-512 Trib une Building. Chicago. No communication In relation to publi cation in or business for The Tribuno should bo addressed to any individual or officer of this corporation. Matter relat ing to publication should bo addressed to the Editor of Tim Tribune, and...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 March 1904

r IH I 1 riWm ' '. THE sait lake TBEBura: Mojtday Morning, Makch 28, 1904. 5 5 I jffm PROGEDOBE IN TRIAL OF JpgJODBE SWAYfJE BY ibM CONGRESS. a1! Fourth Member of the Fed eral Bench to Face Im- peachment Charges. I til New Hampshira. Pennsylvania, 'jl Missouri Achieved This Dls Jlf Unction Before Florida. 91; Secretary of War Belknap Was Last aj Man to Pass This Ordeal Ec- I fore Sonatc. I! ' -r-l- -- 4- 11 - WASHINGTON. March 27.-Tho I -f- case of Judgo Charles Swayno Is -f II -f- now properly before tho House and II is a. matter of the highest privilege, II Mr. Palmer, In charge of this case, 11 says that he will not press It during -f -f- tho consideration of tho sundry civil bill, but he will call up tho I caso at the- conclusion of that mcas- I 4- ure. Whatever tho minority views I to be filed In this caso by Reprcscn- -f -t- tatlvo GUlett of California are, It Is predicted that ,tho decision of tho -f House can be rcachcd?wlthout pro- 4 I - longed discussion. BY A. F. PHILIPS....

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 March 1904

Monday Moaimre-t jMvjrch2S. 1904. I, 1 : Mine, Prospect, Furnace and Mill. I TEN DOLLARS A SHARE Pretty Distribution by the Gemini of Tintic. REACHES $1,000,000 MARK1 1 Generous Output of Bread Moneys In March. Sensational Disclosure Reported at tho - Scottish Chief Millman on Ely's Copper Resources. I ' Willi nolai-Icfs tread Paymaster Pack ard lias been among: the shareholders of 1 ihe Gemini of Untlii again, ins latest dis- J irlbutlon. which was tucked away by them on Saturday, J10 a share, or JS0.000. I ith the distribution of this sum the total of which the few, to whom the 1 ; hares arc confined, have partaken) roaches an even $1,000,000, and yet Us 1 djjes, at a depth of J050 feet, appear to be as jrenemlly endowed as thoso from Mhlclt the great volumo of wealth has I lirt-ii niliifd. While passim; this sum s ivounil for Kaalcr bonnets and etceteras 1 incidental to the so;uon, it Is said that i ho ghota also added a bite or two to I I ho surplus, April approaching with an 1 ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 March 1904

HJ TKE BAjLT TKEBTOCTf MONDAY MOKNHSTG MaJROH 28, 1904. ,' " 7- jj H I - APOSTLE SMITH 0N MOBMON LOYALTY Mormonism and the loyalty o the. Mormons to the Government of the United States were expatiated upon by Apostle George A. Smith at the Assem bly hall after the organ recital at the Tabernacle yesterday afternoon. I3e cause of tho coming conference yester mm, ' day vas a ast day n0 regular L3'A services were hold. Apostle Smith's lecture was (riven for tho enllghten nient of the strangers In the city. After explaining tho tenets of his faith In the manner so familiar to all residents of the city tho speaker said that the Mormons, when they lived in Nauvoo. voluntarily gavo up their arms at the demand of the State authorities. After they were driven from Illinois they furnished E00 men for the United States army In Mexico. Although this was Mexican territory when they ar H rived here, one of their first acts was to Hj unfurl tho flag of the Union from En Hi sign peak. f When the fi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 March 1904

H j s The Salt :lake Tribtote: Monday MokntTG, Mat?htt 28, 1904. I! f"WANT APS" I CASH RATES ' 10c per line first insertion. 5c per line each, oubsequent Insortion. No ad. to occupy less space than two linos. ! Tour "want ad." will "bo nc- 1 cepted and 'phoned to The Salt LaJco Tribune office at regular rates by the following ngents: j BRANC1 OFFICES 1 Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. I I 101 Main Street. W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., J Corner Second South and State. , SHERWOOD PHARMACY, , S02 South State. LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand j Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd We?t I and South Templo. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, 511 "West Second South, WASATCH DRUG STORE, j corner Second South and Third I East. W. R. ULARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su gar House, II DIED. BRAIN Mary Batloy, widow of tho lato Edward Brain, of general dobllity, aged S3 years, on Sunday, March 27th. I Funcrpl from the residence of her son Charles, 300 Second street, Tuesday, at NEWCOMER In this city, March 26. i 1904. Wcna, little dau...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 March 1904

-wm n - inTaifrTTiTi! m n mi ' B ; XELE BAUS JbAKE TEIIBXINE; MOjSDAY MOKfTEGs MAUCH 28, 1904. 9 iW TORNADO DEALS DEATH B IN MISSOURI TOWNS & SlxvKllled and Heavy Property "Loss Is Loot of a Furious I CARUTHERSVILIjE; Mo., March 27.--B A tornado swept tho country twenty miles H north'of hero last night Six persons aro Bi known to have been killed, and thousands B of dollars worth of property was do- "jTho wires have been down all day and 9 details aro lacking. .M Near Portagey'lllo four members of the Shuemaker family were killed In tho de- structlon of their home. Two miles north of ML Pleasant, Wes ley Mlflcr, a wealthy mill owner and planter, and his wife, woro killed. Their homo was wrecked and their bodies found 200 yards away, badly mutilated. It Is feared that later roports may re veal a greater loss of life. Much stock was killed. Tho tornado swept a path 300 yards wide. I SECRET SOCIETIES, n ARGENTA LODGE NO 3, " F. N-and A. M. At Masonlo hall first 1J Tuesday of each m...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 March 1904

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmFUz - THi3jawwBBWWMMMMMMM 'tmr-v:-ijmmwasss - -rVi, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMt 'ISiBHHHHHHHIBfcicBM 'ik. iHBBHiSIH IM I io The S-ATt liAKE Texbuistb: Mojsday MoROTivrGlAiicai 28, 1904. , '; j jr lH - ' y l ' J UIH STATE MINE INSPECTOR BELL of Idaho Is crltlcallv 111 in this city. His con dition was such that the attending physi cians decided to send for Mrs, Bell, who resides at Blackfoot. I MID-DAT LENTEN SERVICES are be ing held in tho mining and stock exchange each day during this "Holy" week. Thoy oommenco at 12:05 and close at 12:3) p. m, promptly, and nro for tho business peo- i plo of tho cltv, who nro Invited to bo present at today's service. Rev. George O Hunting, superintendent ot St. Mark's hospital, will ofnclate, tho subject of hla address being "Character." CHIEF OF POLICE W. J. LYNCn and ! Oapt. John B. Burbldgo went to Sanietn county yesterday to examlno a...

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