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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

f ' . ; 1 -J ,jl f The SaXiT Lajoj Teebuxe: Sjjkdat MoimMG, Apbil 3, 1904. fit H GOOD WEATHER I -J IMPROVES TRADE JH Business Responds Quickly to Bright Days and Merchants Are Elated Over tho Outlook. Salt Lake merchants report quick i M ' results from the Improved weather con- dltionn of the last two days. The spring Itj sunshine brought the buyers out In BH throngs and there Isn't mush doubt that fH j Friday and Saturdny were the heaviest ;H days for business since the holidays. vHI The Jobbing trade has not been af lH t fected so noticeably by the mctcorolog ,lHj I leal change, the wholesale business having been more uniform than the rc mw , tall trade throughout tho period of bad Ml , roads and almost unparalloled preclpl- ,' Ml ; tatlon. The real estate, market hus al6o j "Mt 1 ' responded to the cheerful weather con- (M ! dltlona and It Is confidently believed klj that the coming week -will see many f Wl ' now deals consummated and a strong r Wfi revival In building operations...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

I 22 Tmn Saif VjATTto TrxbuotS; Sunday Moknestg-j April 3, 1904, , , ', I if Yon Bon't, Fled What Yon Want These coimms Tell the People Aboum ? fi I if , ' If" WANT ADS"1 j CASH RATES 10c per lino first insertion... i 5c per line each subsequent I lnsortion. i. No ad. to occupy los3 space j than two linoa. j Your "want ad." will be nc- j ( ! ccpted and 'phoned to The Salt Q I Lake Tribune office at rofrular j j ratos by the following agents: j i BRA NCI OFFICES - Godbc-Pitts Drug Co. k 101 Main Street - W. H. DAYTON DEUG CO., . Corner Second South and State. 1 SHERWOOD PHARMACY, C02 South State. LEAVES DRUG CO., Grand Padfio Hotel, Corner 3rd "Wept and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, I 511 West Second South, i WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, j 11th East and 12th South, Su gar House. I DIED. 1! SMITH At her residence. No. 13 Bryc-n '! street, last evening, o general debility, i Sarah Ann J. Smith, In the S7th year of i () her acfl. Fune...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

BPIPSSHHmrMrMrMrMrMrr BB5fcr 7 "! ufc. - "tl BpjWBy , . - 1- - , i . 1 1 1 - - - 1 -1 i - - .... - " " jl PlrrI the sat.t labe Tribiine: Stdstday Mokothstg, April 3, 1904c 2 , It In a Little Advertisement In These Wonder Pages and It, Will Come To YOU. ! FOB SALE HEAL ESTATE. HOME-51&00. 4-rm house, C lots.largo barn, "Waterloo. Goddard-Bowman Co., 178 Main at. 20X20 RODS, VA ACRES. 7TII SO. AND 13th East. J3K0. Woodruff, 66 E. 2nd So. ABSTRACTS EXAMINED AND guaranteed. Frank A, McGraw, lawyer, 611 Atlas block. ulO WE HAVE SENT OUT 2 PARTIES OF homcseekers to Nevada this week and wo expect all of these pcoplo will And some thing to suit thorn In the way of home s toad. To thoso who .want to make a suro Btako with very little money wo would nay, get a copy of our new "Ne gotiator." free at our office; It will toll you all about It. Harrington & Courtnoy. 15 Wcat 2nd South. ul76 IDAHO FARMS FOR SALE. M acrcn for J1C00: only JtSO down. ICO acres, line buildings, full water righ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

Kji 24r The Salt Lake TBiBuyESimvY MoRyiyG-APHix 3, 1904. ' ' I I! CONFERENCE CROWD EXPECTED TO BREAK ALL RECORDS SINCE DEDICATION OF THE TEMPLE ELEVEN YEARS AGO I;, Seventy-Fourth Annual Con ference of Latttr-Day j Saints Opens. I Railroads Taxsd to Handle tha i' Crowds Coming in From All Sides. " 7 Jlelief Society Held Its Meeting, and Imported 150,000 Bushels of Grain in Storo. ( ' Xho seventy-fourth annual conference I of the Church of Jesus Christ of. Lattcr- day Saints opens at 10 o'clock tomorrow at the Tabernacle. For the past week i the railroads have been taxed to their utmost to handle the crowds, and a 1 prominent railroad official Is responsi ble for the assertion that the confer once will be the most largely attended ' since the dedication of the Temple, eleven years ago. Different missions and conferences of the church will hold their annual reunions during this week. The programme for today Is as .follows: 10 a. m., opening- of the seventy-fourth annual conference in...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

I j ' Pan Cbree j $flf QibUIIC r'r II magazine Section f I I SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1904. H I I Th, Reitn Queen IsyL j j The Tale of -"S SyGjttlettBurEessa !Cop:r!jht IMC by McCInrc. Phillips & Co. " s UD man Golcher sat at tha door ffl B of hi roadhouHC, smoklnff a J corn-cob pipe and studying over c problem In the chew column o th San Francltco Chronicle. The landscape lay baten Hat and gray un der the retroatlnc sunshine of Sa.nUi Clara, the hottest. kJndet sun that Emllos on California. File on flic of preen fruit trc8. bending like wcplng uillor.H under their half-ripe londH, tretched back to the mountains The run dropped low and lower. Old man Golchor watered and fed the stock, then built a fire In the kitchen range nnd et a thin bcofaleak frying In water, lie laid the table for one In the ktchen. dis daining the white plastered dining room of his little Inn. There ho ate. looking out across the orchards to the lights of the city of San Jose. Just b...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

MBgBMMMr551 'f M"wiig7'""3S3Bf f f; 1 lie 2 The Bait Lake Tkebtote!: Stotday Mokktstg, March 27, 1904. ; . II NOTABLE EVENT IN , TELEPHONE HISTORY Earliest long Distance Line ut 27 Miles Xong, Now 16,000 Miles Is Ordinary. I Special lo Tho Tribune, j DSTON, April 2. It Is a quarter of of a century since the beginning i-J oC long- distance telephony, i Before 1879, no telephone mes- i sage had beon transmitted from one city to another, and the Idea that the sound 1 of the human voice could be carried over a wire forty or Gfty miles In length ! was not generally entertained. J Three y6ara after the Invention of ) Alexander Graham Bell h'ad been ex it liibited at the Centennial exposition at f Philadelphia and had excited the curi osity of the world, rather as a scienti fic novelty than a practical utility, these men In the New England company au thorized the construction of a line from J Boston to Lowell, a distance of twenty- J seven miles. When the wire had been A strung It was foun...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

WjM A TKE SAXiT JbATCS XPJ03TOvE: STCsDAT jMOBOTTG, - APRIL 3, 1904:. 3 B ,WMawMMaOMMBjMMttnMOMMMWMBWWtMMMMeMM3WMaMW BaaMMaaMaiagMMMgMrgnw-MMMMaWMWaMMWEMlMMMMMKaaaBMMWMKMJCMnMr 1 4 CURRENT PUBLICATIONS !A STORY OF THE NAVY. rac and tho-Vices. By Annn A. Rog er,, author of "Sweethearts and "Wives." Published by Charle Scrlbner's Sons, w York: A. R. Derg & Co., Salt Ike City. This Is said to be "a novel of American naval We." For the moat part It la doubtle. worthy to bt so cnlledibut there air dark shadows In It that one would fain think have no place In the navy. Yet thee very shadow make It the trur to life, and It In a good, wholesome story. There are two vles: ono that of a high strung, ablo, honorable officer and gen tleman, who In ciirted by the heredity of beaottcd drnnkennrs? at times when bin nervea gt the better, of hln : the other, the vice- of a benotied, rigorous, unyield ing nHrrownjuB of vision In th perform ance of ofllclal duty; and It Ik hard to say which ! the ...

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

--MBWWWIMM-----i-MiM , r"" The Salt XlAJee TmpsrosrE: Sunday Mokeottg, April 3 1904c I HOW THE LUSCIOUS APPLE IS GfiOSSEO Cold Storage Facilities at the World's Pair Afford an Opportunity for Magnificent Exhibit BY A. C. CAMTLEY. Special to The Tribune. "VT. LOUIS, Mo., April 2. Apples o every color In the spectrum, palnt- J ed mysteriously by the hidden pro j cesses of Nature, are brought from every State in the Union Cor the great . est display of this fruit ever dreamed of i In the history of universal expositions. , It is arranged artistically on apple- I green plnquea of uniform design In the I great horticultural palace of the "World's U fair of 1301. Practically every State in the Union had the choicest selections from apple crops placed in cold storage, ready to be removed at a moment's no tice in refrigerator cars and Installed in i the horticultural hall for the opening of the fair. I ; ITew Feature in Exhibits. J The artistic Installation of the apple B i exhibits has a s...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

BPP&swgf . I The SaXiT Lake Trtstjxe: Sunday Mokning, April 3, L904. o f QUESTIONS!, answers) SALT LAKE CITY, March 2S. "Will you kindly tell me In your Questions and Answers the date and location of the engagement In which Sergt. Ford .. Fisher of the Utah Battery was killed i during tho recent war, also which bat tery ho was a member of? A Sub I Vcrlber. i He was shot from ambush at Rio j Grande on May U, 1S99. He was a i member of Batten A. t ... ! SALT LAKE CITY, March 31. Would you Inform me through your ques tions and answers column where there is an Eastern market for manganese ore and also what price It genernly brings 2. Where In the largcet de posit found of this ore, I. c., that Is worked? 3. Is there any market for pure while flurspar; If so, where? A Subscriber. More or les of It Is usd In silver nnd lead smelting and by steelmakers In certain of their products. 2. In Russian Caucasus. 3. It Is used as a flux In metallurgical operations; write to any of the aesayers...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

'-6; The b&ltILakr Tmbotte: sundat MoB2ra&,'APEiL '3 , 1904. ' ' "ll I H ; " j""-- -'' ' - -"' - - I, B H B THIS TTOEK'S ATTRACTIONS. Salt Lake Theater "Sag Harbor," Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday HF nights and Wednesday afternoon; Daniel Sully : in "The Chief Justice." Thursday and. Friday nights, and "The H Old Mill Stream" Saturday afternoon LLH and night. t Grand Theater Elleford Stock com- h jiany in "A Flag of Truce," first half 1 of week, and "The Man From Mexico, last half, -with Wednesday and Satur- day matinees. Mrs. James A. Herno personally stages ' all her late husband's plays. Hr During Mr. Heme's career us a dramatist he always referred cvery Hli thing to his wife, and If she did not ap- Hf prove of a scene, situation or entire act, It was cut out and replaced. Mr. Hcrne had the. greatest faith and confidence in his wife's judgment, and was pleased 1 to follow it. Mrs. Herno is familiar with every bit of stage business in Hl "Shore Acrcr," "Hearts of Oak" and "...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

Bspp53-- . " " 1 fl ISE SALOP IjAKJS TEIBUOTJ: SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 3, 1901. 7 In mm mi imtHiiHUHiitHniinHHunHniHti iitnimtf ij Where Harmony Is Law. I 1 1 1 1 1 l i 1 1 l l l l . . . i i .... i ltlltii,i.llllllllillill.lll.l.l.llllllllllllllillllltAll HH Glad Zoster IiTasic Today. All over- the world today the Joyous "Christ Is Risen" will be sung and from every chnrch will peal forth the 3I glad Easter music In Salt Lake City, jyl as In other cities, special musical ser- iktj vices have been arranged and wherever one goes ho will bo sure to hoar bon.u tl- ful music rendered by woll-trained choirs and soloists. Following- Is the order of music to be given In the varl- ous churches': tH St, Mark's. l Processional Hymn 112 I Wt "Christ Our Passover" Schilling After PMI tar Chant 100 Crotch 1 W "To Doum" Schilling ' Benedlctus," (Chant) Garrett V 1 Introlt, "Blessed Is lie That Comoih" 1 1 King Hall In C l J K-yrlo IClng Hnll In C I J Gloria TIbl King Hall In C A Gratlas Tlbl King Hal...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

WmW ' i 8 The Saxt IiAKe Tiuibttnis: Suxdax MommsG, April 3, 19(34. lit ' iH I Roval Enamel HE time to cut the price of goods is when the demand is greatest, that is if you want to move your f o Jfl pntme! I r' ' H 1 c S stock quickly and realize on your money invested. WE WOLE RHTHER HAVE R LHRGE TRHDB 1 yai unanBC 1 W? ' H I bte.e! Ware. with a SMALL PROFIT than a SMRLLTRRDE with a LHRGE PROFIT. It extends our acquaintance I Stee! Ware. 1 ; I; H, 1 cleanliness and Purity are its ad- I and "once a customer always a customer" is our motto. It is worth our while to make these inducements I cleanlIne8S And urity Aro Its Ad 1 if Hf I vantages over cheap tinware. 1 . - . A ,t A. . m vantages Over Cheap Tinware. W i - ttic. - o 6... to bring you to our store. Is it not more than worth your while to come ? 3 M H I BSe : Royal Enamel Fine Cutlery at The Best Form of Royal Enamel I wBw 1. ; . Hl El Sale price .. 2Sa " iBrezffaiy ' 9 I J j 1 . SteeJ Ware. Little Prices. Physical Culture. Ste...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

I jj part w " ji z$ salt Cafte tribune C sowh n j SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY APRIL 3, 1904. l ! After Its long peTlod of inactivity, eo fclety will today throw off the sackcloth nnd ashea and prepare for a season of gaycty, which will last far Into tho sum mer. Thrco large events are planned for the Immediate future, the Newhouse re ception, tho dance at the Ladles' Liter ary club and the last of the Assemblies. Many who havo been upending tho win ter montlm under balmier skies nre now turning their faces homownnl und will shortly Dwell the already largo number of pleasure-seekers who are looking for nrd eagerly for a change from tho wc-tks of Quiet. There will be two christening!! of interest today, one of the little twin daughters of the Ferrys at their homo on East South Temple street, the other of the Infant daughter of the Broughalls at St. Mark's cathe dral, which will bo followed by a dinner nt tho Commercial club. S, Engagements Announced. Mr. and Mrs. 31. L. A. Culnier nn...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

I " - 2 , '.IHB S AXT Ij-CE TBIgnTrai: SXJJTOAY MOENXNTG, APRIL 3, 1904. -j ' J S jH-H-Kw Wtm 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 , milium "it t-l 'll I Monday ndw " H H H W--H-H- M M H H M M M M M H H $ M H H f-H m H t H H ll ' B I An" E'iincementTof " Silks iHliKr" CARANCSAL,E 0f WR1fL? 2 1 if HF f f U fflir P?7 :: Fifty handsome wrist bags in a variety of fancy leathers, also a variety of shapes and styles j? l and Dress Goods for Monday and Week! i I V 81 in black seal bags that retail for ?1-00, ?1-25? ?1-35 and-50- ohoice of tbe whole lot S5c- I ;! r X " t 1 WSSful K t Sixty-five stylish wrist bags in walrus seal, pebble goat elephant skin, in all desirable shapes J j H, ' t i Five Lines of Silks at One Price J)) x and colos, range in black tan bIwn grey' blue and recL Bags tbat sel1 resulftrly for '1,50' s1,76' I 1 1 I FIRST LOT 20 pieces 1000 yards of 85c values spledid taffetas, all desirable colors. X ' JmjfeU t 2.00 to 2.25. Choice Monday and while they last, 98c. , I I X SECOND LOT IS...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

1 " " f D H !feE SAM? LArcE TEXBTJISTE: SUNDAY MommSTG, APIUX 3 1904. 3 I clal to Tho Tribune. I PARK CITT, April 2. Tho social event of the past winter's activo season was tho ball given In Maplo hall Friday nlsht by tho following couples: Mr. and Mrs. T. Daly. J. Diem, A. Weeter, L." "Wish I, J. Lockhort. C. Goist. P. Plko and Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Wilson. Some 400 invitations were Issued and over half of these brought Ni tho recipients to tho hull, which was made beautiful by largo streamers of red nnd v.hlto. which extended the whole length 4 and width of tho Immense hall. Potted Terns, cosy corners, rockers, and sofas i placed along tho slues of the floor mndo the room very cosy and home-like and wero In great demand by thoso not danc ing At tho lower end of tho lloor stood a large punch-bowl, presided over by Miss Genevieve Wilson. The constant stream 1 of visitors to tills attractive spot were served to the ambrosial liquid by the Misses G "Wilson. May Hedges. Floronce Hurlburt ...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

I Ted Salt Lake Tribtote: Sunday MoKsm&i April 3, 1904, . 'MF ; r H did! jp)FDs srirmgdl ffir ftfo ecsisSio irsspjtfeSy ipqjistg(t fite ton!!0 if yMF jpiriRi agOT&9wii& slln w yus c&w G msta us jpumpolmffls 1 c , (II "Sps'J SPECIAL CONFERENCE PRICES SPECIAL CONFERENCE PRICES 1 SPECIAL CONFERENCE PRICES SPECIAL CONFERENCE PRICE, 't gofe Esdlisi(siinini mi IHIosfeiryo RsiMnMtfs Sim A ITOn jl TpfNT- rnrN toys9 g Mis FfongMnn AirgBUMini-e I ;JSeiwn i did lines of hosiery, where many Induce- SUITABLE for towols, dresser covers, y ' i uneu an.u rnnflnv onlv S2 39. cl saoor, 1 nienta exist. making of napkins, etc.-un cspeclul offer- n O O O no v -n -i ia,,ed The fimal1 s,3es are ln Nor- J10nuay oy-'-- fcl 'isb B FOR CONFERENCE and for all week Ins-worth 20 and 22 cents a ytfrd. Rem- IV L n n nn If (O 11 y A VAf -J fo,k st'lc with h,Kh Qnd low collars. SL Miss - wo will soil children's one and ono ribbed uant price 15 cents. Lengths, 2, 2' and N (Y f()A)) PI I (0 7l7 V W Vi ...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

I ' The Bait liAKS Trebtooii Stjkdayi Moiintn-g, Ajphil 3, 1904. 5 ! I National Society Indulges "' In a Carnival of Nations I Special to The Tribune. WASHINGTON, D C, April 2. Pious pastimes only have prevailed this week. One has been gay with a chastened spirit, and only for the sake dear charity. Fashion Hocked fer vently, at a dollar a flock, to see the "Dips" and the daughters of high de gree disport themselves in outlandish togs of every climate, at the great car nival of nations, for the benefit of something or other. Miss Josephine Durand, the patrician-looking young daughter of the new British Embas sador, did commercial stunts In the Turkish booth. Miss Annette Townscnd of unspeak able millions, drove a cow around the rooms for recnue. The cow was stuffed with a man. A dashing attache of the Belgian legation in the cap and apron of a "Cordon blue" chafed on a chafing dish in the presence of the company and sold the results to the clamorous. Oysters were his long suit, Mrs....

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMWi H 6 , The Saxt Lake Tiihct: Stoday Mokktsg Aprli, 3, 1904. ' n 1 ' II , INCUBATOR BABIES 1 ARE FAT AND ROSY ' I Scientific Device for Saving- the Lives of Weakly Infants at the World's Pair. By the Countess do Montaigu. T L0UIS. Anril 2. Oame Nature might learn .some valued lcsBont. were she to visit the World's fak and study some of he Ingenious devices that have been evolved to as I -sist her In her multifarious duties. ' Scientists insist that in the baby lncu- I bator displayed at the Louisiana Pur- chase exposition a device has been per footed whereby many little lives that would otherwise be lost may now be Hi Nature nowadays seems scarcely 1 aught but the auxiliary of scienco for H' artificial methods are being- ho wonder- fully perfected that perhaps in another century we will be able to dispense with her altogether. The physical culturlats H 1 declare that normal methods of respira- H' rio are faulty in the extr...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

The Salt IxAJCE Tribi 190. "1 I iWork of the Women's Clubs G. F. W. C. The official programme . for the blen nlal meeting' of the General Federation of Women'a Clubo. to be held at . St. Louis, May 17th to 2Gth, has Just been Issued. Though not on the programme, the board of lady managers will en tertain the delegates at luncheon. Following Is the programme: Tuesday, May 17th. The regular session will be hold on Tues day afternoon, May 17th, at 2 o'clock, In ihc Odeon, St. Louis, Mrs. D, T. S. Dunl Fon presiding. Addresses of welcome will be mado by Hon. Rolla Wells. Mayor; Mrs. Philip N. Moore, president of tho Missouri State federation, and by Mrs. Washington E. FJschel. president of tho Wednesday club. Mrs. Denison will re spond. Tuesday Evening. Literature Session Mrs. R. J. Burdctto will preside. Prof. Edward Howard Griggs of Now Jersey will lecture on "The Ex pression and Interpretation of Human Life In LIteraturo." "Wednesday, May 18th. Morning Reports and business. MIs3 Marg...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 April 1904

I- Ill o ' i r ; I g The Salt Iake Tribtote; Sunday Mortstgk April 3, 1904. r 1 1 i BEGINS HERE M0NDHY, HPRIL FOURTH - X"- I J Curling Irons, bons, in fancy K- HI ' t j Sa- With a fosikde of bargains that will make this a week of wondrous money saving. All previous efforts far surpassed. ?tX 11 I ' . 7c Thousands of dollars' worth of the newest and most stylish SPRING MERCHANDISE at hitherto unapproached LOW spi2,7-d- i ISSo0, PRICES. The extreme value-giving of this sale will positively eclipse any sale held so early in the season. Cutting Prices to (9c H i ! . start tne spring business with a rush. Our Millinery, Ready-to-Wear Departments and Ladies' and Children's Furnishing : 1 Hi x. ! j Departments are now at their best-they show a complete line of Spring Wear, and hundreds of rare bargain surprises are in . Kfif lk B SECombB- store for our patrons during this sale. NOTE THE ITEMS BELOW, tf gST' K I I ! fi cuL, AS! Visitors to the City and Conference Will Find It to Their Inter...

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