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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

iL SPONDBNCE TRIBUNE. ton. Jan. 7. The- coming: if tho Democratic National In Washington noxt week moro lntorost among Derao ibcrs of Congress than was ang Republicans when tho ; commltteo was to assem Republloans had nothing to a. time and place for holding itlon. With the Democrats int. Tho time and place of o national convention Is a ent compared to the greator I selecting a candidate. Of i commltteo does not mako itlon, but such a, gathering rats of promlnenco cannot without causing a great deal on of Presidential poEalblll jven of Important platform g. It is rather Interesting t only three names are prom jtloned Gorman, Parker and mong thoso who talk about sncy Gorman is easily the , but Parker Is considered a getter, because ho has nover j tho Clovcland men, tho in , and the Mugwumps. On hand, it has been asserted r 1b too closo to Davo Hill er tho Tammany tent. Tho dldacy was for a long tlmo a ns a Joke, but It 1b taken ow, and those who lmagino I not be a great factor In tha...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

II lO THE SAXiT liAKE TRIBTOO. SUMAT MOKNIG-, JAOTIST 10, 1904. jKg II1 " . 'mi-nbs AND 1 prospects j, Utah's greatest1 !':; -miNIN JPROSPKTORSlfflNDUSTRY'j s ! 51 ' 51 s II: I 'J ' 1 BIG STRIKE. IN OPHIR ) P'1 f - Old Virginia City Mine in ' the Mead Seat. !,j jij LOCAL INTERESTS WINNERS f;l j High-Grado Gold as Well, as I Silver Ore. ! i I Developments in the Mines Arc Remi- ! ; niscent of Early Days Influence !j i on Old Camp's Future. I' ? jl Dispatches that were In evidence on H 1 1 the street during the afternoon tell of v i a strike In the Ophir Con. of Virginia ! City, Ncv., which Is not only reminls- fc ':j cent of a day when fortunes were hour- 9 . iy changing hands on the stock ex- j f change upon which Its shares were ' i listed, hut which demonstrates that in I i the camp's unexplored territory are j? possibilities as great as those with I which the camp was originally en- 1 i dowed. According to advices, the man- 3 , ugement of the old proposition has. on J ' one of th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

JbbbbbbbeSBJEHISBBBBJBBBBbjbb J" xji-jO SAIi JjAKE XXttBtXSTE: J5DlSrDATr JSlOKNISrG-, t)A3sUAJY 10, 1904. 13 WE ST0CK JCor the world Tjf STOCKS ILL STREET IGTiVE Volume of Business on cw York Exchange. ING WAS PROFESSIONAL ii Proportion of Business Originated on Fleor, Continued Active and Strong, d the Pacifies Jlndo a Unl ' i foim Advance. York, Jan 0. Prices mado small sal advances In today's stock mar :a fair volume of business. Dam the private wire service and Intcr 'of tlio outsldo quotation servlco tickers had little effect on the vol ' business done in stocks, Indlcat i largely professional character of ding and the large proportion of s originating on the lloor of tho S& itself, xialn Influence on tho advance- In ;ras the more cheerful tono of for irkcts, nnd a feeling of restrained noss over the possibly peaceful e of tho far Eastern negotiations, jank statement also met expecta tho cash item, wblcli. showed an a of over J1O.0CO.0O0. The continued on of the loan Item ...

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

Hl 12? 'JLTIE BAJjT JLAKE TRE5TJOTB: SUKDAY MOHm2TG, 0 A3SI CTATl Y JLU, iyU4b. WfS If ; ! h aflg Cribnue. ,u ' Issued Every Morning by Salt Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company. A PERRY S. HEATH, A Publisher and General MnoRer. jfi Entered At the Postofflc of Bait L,aKo M j City as Becond-class matter. i jj ( TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, 1 (I i ' Dnlly and Sunday Tribune. on weck.5 ! 1 1 Dally and Sunday, one month . 'i . Dally and Sunday, two months. ;U H ! Dallv and Sunday, three monthn.... J."" M I Dally and Sunday, one year J-W ( Sunday Tribune, one year f-J" l. I ' Sundav Tribune, six months i fi , Scml-Woeklv Tribune, one year...... . -.w ft 1 All remittances and business letters h should bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, ! i Salt Lake City. Utah. ; I . S. C. Beckwltlt Special Airncy. Solo I i i ' Eastern Advertising Agent. Ensten of- ' . Jlce. Tribune Br. ltd Inc. New ' , York. TVetArn office. 510-312 Tribune : Bulldlnc. Chicago. " i "Washing-ton Bureau 1417 Q Street. I ( Tri...

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

ft JM The -Bmis lidSE Teibtotei Sunday Moeotstg. January 10, 1904. 13 . H l'1 SndM Bl95 &efre the ; jJjffTfl WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS. " End Theater "Maloncy's Wed ', Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- ri.i nights and Wednesday afternoon; iJttlo Bill," Thursday, Friday and jt7 nISlltS Saturday aftcr" jftmiida AdQms will come West next and will play at the Salt Lake nP&ter for an entire week. lKq Dale, the New York dramatic xjJy In reviewing "Merely Mary Ann," IsjLEor Robson's new play, says: "It AW JWMJss Ada Dwyer. who, to my mind, tS jia. faultless performance, full of ikjaZMFhumor, clever, self-detached, free 5ski' exaggeration wholly admirable. lu!: ms a piece of acting that I 'iSSW 0TG$l In a hurry. It was so svjWand so amusing; It was a gem." fe. selection of Saliie- Fisher for the i"Bon of leading- lady with Frank ?f"fcls in "The Office Boy" greatly Bfrs her many friends here. Kud Button, the clever llttlo corae (a'Biie, who 13 appearing as a special :. AtpBire In "Maloncy's Weddi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

I 14 THE 8.AIT TiAKtTi TRIBtlNEi SUNDAY MOB3TK"G-, JASTTJARY 10, 1904. 9 Hii a.w IB ' WORK OF THE YEAR I What the Commercial Club II Has Dene. I l REPORT 0F COL HOLMES III 'i New Btard of Gtvsrnors Is j ; Chsen fir Next Year, j J Good Review of the Year's Record, j and Many Valuable Suggestions j I ' for tho Future. 1 1 The nominating committee's ticket for n j the new board of Governora of the Com- 1 1 j merclal club was elected yesterday 1 1 without a scratch. The vote was very I lipht and there was no talk of opposi- Jl J tion even. The new board stands as ( I follows: 3 - For three years Gov. Heber M. "Wells, Richard P. Morris, Louis H. Farns- 1' I worth, Joseph W. Houston, James G. 1 1 j McDonald. For one year Charles A. 3 1 Quigley. Next week the new board will r meet and organize, electing a prcsi- jj dent of tho club to succeed Col. Edwin mmm I 1', iUOimu, lilt limuiuvuiii. j There was no regular meeting last I j night, but members congregated In the ) ofllcc and discussed t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

)toOO TONE IN TRADE tSmr' Unusual Rush and No ftim Sign of Slump. jQNEY A LITTLE TIGHTER lwjYt0 SyPathy and Local Conditions. fcjjBLmand for Modern Houses Remains '&B& Undated, Much. Building -w Awaits Open "Weather. .ratKTbV business of the -week has been 'tjbit about normal for the season of the 'n?jBfSr there having been no unusual I The seasonable winter weather, enow enough for sleighing and Hnperature sufficiently low to pre Its disappearance at once, has giv healthy tone to trado generally, necessarily interfering to eomo t with building operations and sstate transactions. NO LOOSE MONET, lie the banks are In a flourishing Hon, with more than the usual nts of surplus funds on hand, Is no, doubt that the money strln- In the East Is having its effect In making tho borrowing of y more difficult. Some of the sav banks are enforcing the itlon requirement of thirty notice for the release of time de i a requirement which was not rly closely adhered to and the )f, Interest on...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

K 15 The Salt Lajce Tiuiinte: Sustoay Mobot2TG Jantjaey 10, 1904:. J ' I ! , CITY ANi NEISHB9RH03D. ' 1 Traffin ManaKor IT. C. Bush ot the Colo- Si radoMmia !j i day and returned Denver last mst. Stale Superintendent ot Schools A. C. .) , Nelson leaves tomorrow morning for Sn- ' Una for the purpose of Inspecting the jjJ schools of Sevier county. J The twr.lve-veor-old son of Councilman $ Jj 11 Martin." SU Palm avenue.-is rcporl- 1 Id to bV suffering with c.hlrkcn-pox. An- h ! othr? cmc . of the same disease reported i 1 Yesterday Is that of Charles Lnrkln, agd 1 Vyrf; W West North Templo street i 4nVT Woolev ajjed 9 vinrs, 1H0 Second j? ! Keel. S reportIlMvkh ecarlot fever. ' At other points- Max. Mln. Denver ( : Grand Junction C ear....4; 3-HSSfc- r I II Modcna ,C,c??""?t q it AVlnncmiicca Cloud) i Ii KKTTJTSFORD HOTEL. I The one place for comfort and eic 'j; H -ranee. Flrcoroof, telephones In every l ! room; modem In every way. I! I I1 . D. J. Sharp Cool Co. I. I Office, 73 South ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

If' 1 The Salt Lake Tribtote: Sunday MoKgrmg, JATSUAinr 10, 1904. 17 H Thousands of People Have Heard About, Read About, Talked About and Have Benefited by the "AUERBAGT . j I ; and the FAR-REACHING RESULT Of THIS sale cannot be measured in mere words 1 ! I We are well aware that in deluging the State with these tremendous Bargains we are demoralizing Business, but have tossed caution to the winds let down the j I Jars, so to speak and removed all restrictions to the people's requirements. j H jL i The Sale Continues Next Week and Within those Six Days all Winter Stocks Must Be Sold Out I i I I Not a dollar's worth will be carried over. In today's advertisement every line is of importance. Read on. You'll encounter facts that are stranger than fiction. 1 I itij fott'll find the way to have things you thought beyond your reach. In the second week of this Sale one dollar will do the work of two. Pennies, nickels, dimes and i H 'J? Quarters will be mighty factors. They'll give you nece...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

' 18 The Salt Lake TiasimE; Sukday MoRyiG, jA2srtJARY 10, 1904, . 111 iS : J The most brilliant social event of the flj? I week, Indeed one of tho most "brilliant H1 , ) In many seasons, was the first of the Hj!' series of, Assemblies last Tuesday cven- HL-: ing In Chrlstensen's hall, which was , i T never more attractively arranged. Near , ly all of the 250 subscribers were there Hh and when tho floor was filled with the gay dancers, the scene was a beautiful ; one Indeed. Several pleasant innova- Hj, tlons were features of tho Assembly, Hh: which will be followed In the remaining Hi, of the series. Many palms were used In tho decor atlon of the main hall, banked In front of the reception rooms to the eouth, arranged in front of the Improvised par ' lor at the north, '.and screening the H- musicians from view of the dancers. H,i Hugs, couches and beautiful pieces of H' the old Mission furniture made an in- vitlng place for those who were not dancing, or a resting place for the danc...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

The Sait JjAKE Tbibtote; Bustpay MoKyjosG-. January 10, 1904. 19 1 J vSMhuidclicr, -which was cnUvincd with SSKKSoS and decorated with long loops VMfiitndme to tho corners oC the table. KKr which stood yellow-shaded candcla, Spal Vases of white carnations were "'iPcfrectivcly placed In all the rooms. iiM' The reception hours were from 0 to lw" '11 o'clock and a&slslinK in receiving iwcro Mrs. Ann H. Brown and Mrs. 51 (William Johnson of Denver. Mr?. A. VbJ! -a Ixiwrence presided at the punch t? owI. while Mrs. Fred Kirby and Mrs. l3. A. Nelson presided in the dinlng- i yooro. W i "Si ' Dinner at Commercial Club. 'K'V A few friends ivcro pleasantly enter rf jajned at dinner at the Commercial "O; dub on Tuesday evening by Ellis sgjTSi Freed, the party later attending the yy assembly ball at Chrlstenscn's. Mr. Frccd s guests, were Mr. and Mrs. Wal- 'ter G. Filer, Mrs. Walter Miles Harvey. rMlss Gillepple. Miss Chcesman, Lieut. Jjlldleon and Jack Hoyle. 464 f. Reception, of Mrs. Ros...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

I, 20 The Salt Lakh Tribtjots: Stjeuiy MoiosrrisrG, J actuary 10, 1904. JLs II Society. Jt i (Continued from page 19.) I ! Atlanta. Ga,, where they will join Mr 2 ' Cowan and make their home. They will $ , .visit in Missouri and Illinois on the way, H I find Axel Cowan will remain in Chicago f j ;to attend echool and pursue his -musical 1 1 studies, ... r I Dr. and Mrs. . O. Jones of Murray ' j pre home from a pleasant visit to Den ver, i j The Misses Margaret and Agnes Ryan, I who have been spending the holidays 8 I ith Dr. and Mrs. HIndman of Chicago. 1 -return to Notre Dame today to resume !' i their studies, i 1 F. D. Chandler has gone to Butte, " I vhere he will hereafter make his home. Miss Edna Egan left during the week for her home in Laramie, after spend- 1 'Jng the holidays with Salt Lake friends. Ralph "Watson returned to Nevada 1 early In the week, after enjoying a ) ! pleasant visit with his parents in tills ; I fclty. i Mrs. Edward McGovcrn returned to her ; ,1 'homo a...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

555ssM THE SALTIiAKE TRIBUNE? SXJGSDAY MOKNXNX3-, JAOJAHY 10. 1904 ' 91 I ktm? ' SVStotoraon and Grace St. John, and Kff lBrohn Borgqu'st, John Jensen and ',klxKfc'es to tlirn oVor new lenvos CSllKsff tho year by abandoning sin fT BwriPR arc Mlna Lucy B. Nay of ' mind Gnrneld C. Jame3 of Marys Im Ada "Waters of Inverury and HiptjV" Foreman of Austin, and Miss njKK'jenfcn and Andrew Hansen, 'BlChflcId "'NKfl Chalk has returned to Ophlr Ettr days nt Glenwood. 5Jw A. E. Hydo of the Annie Laurlo ' 1 last of tho week In Salt Lake, i., M 'frMvfo Glcdhill of Vermillion Is In 4 fHr A. Beal has returned from a fticSE-vWt In Ephrolm. iiBft .'KLsprlel Ilougaard of Mantl lias m& a v,slt w'1,1 frlcnd3 'nt Glen- URchflold theater company played ' 1 ncirko" lart night at Klmborly. l Oledhlll of Vermillion la homo .'Pleasant. $ nr Tilchards has returned to ' , & . . h? Forsheo of Salt Lake was In this 1 1 25' sw days of the week pnst, I ? Peterson of Glenwood la In RH i ' If; A. Parks of th...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

R S2 Thj Salt Jjake amuyE: Sihsday MoKyiyg, Jatuart 10, 1904, K,- It 1 ' .0fr4"H'H I X. . iiuiiiiiijii v i m 1 1 1 The Crush Tea Is Now the Thing, Though the Debutante Prefors a BallMgy1 it 0 ,4 T . a II i T a IV i A -TVTt r-t f How the Bud Is Introduced, What Sho Is Expected to Do, and WhjviJBWV 5' W 1 LJ JU rv( JLA- A 1 i I I JL When One MakeS No Longer Good Form for Her to Be Gowned in White-The InvijMT'i I Af'l V'tlFil &lY & 1 ItV-TV- I J'j Y & EL tionj nnd Q should Bo ted-The Duties of Those Who A8Sistakyl i,i I kwvldll JLtlU UtC'LLC' J JJ LU JLdlLC? Her First Bow S7ilsit8 1119 Befr08hfflent8' d a Word Concern,BB Kns,cal SSr I "jj g A JL I : g by MARGARET VON STITTPEN TRACY. U1 1 l :054j0 IM - i - : fl1' ' i am like "the unfortunato young wo- i ! ' mnn who for years concealed In her i i bosom the terrible fact that she did not ' 1 i think 'John Gilpin' funny," a debutante i was overheard to say to a friend, a I guest at her coming-out ten. "She con- ' fessed her gui...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

' The S-ait Lake Trxbtjke: Sustoay Moknxng, . J aotahy 10, 1904. 23 H JflAAAf 7ilHitikt . & Has Enjoyed Itself the past s 'ft WVVlviy m TOQyUW week with Sir Henry Irving. J i-ifinnnnnnnMnnnhnnnri nnnnnnrmnnnnnnnn n n rLnJTnnj" Jin ntTLra itflESPONDENCE TRIBUNE. ington, D. C Jan. 7. Society n enjoying Itself Infernally, per- I conducted by Sir Henry Irving the most realistic hades that is ever hope to see. There -were nd others of our criminal no tice in the actual process of jnflagratlon. There . were pale ireepily gesticulating, there was with Ills ghaBtly. crew gruesome g back and forth across the sul c. There was a fiery shower, a I ice -with frozen men that lery graves and bridges o rock, ally the wondrous "valley of Is" above the rainbow mists, s of the sunset, with star3 and tings and a company of angels al progress all reproductions e's weird Conceptions. And these spectacular miracles, ic crash of demoniacal music, 1 Dante gaunt and ominous, led plrlt of his beloved Beat...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

SjT I'tAKE TSBUlS: SUJTOAT MOBMG, toUABT 10, 1904 1 Chemise. Dainty Thinfs, Pretty Things, ' HI Things Beautiful, to appeal to the H- v3 discerning tastes of well dressed H' Ural women. H. Baa 40c chemise Hj'l lf fOl- IS Coc CHEMISE L $1.00 CHEMISE 1; , for ;' $1,25 CHEMISE ' . .' ) Hj W $1.50 CHEMISE 0 H; 51-75 CHEMISE ' cflRr for iUfeuan? I "ZTT: J. 40 iS2c.:.: 1.65 l ' wl 2.50 CHEMISE . S,00 CHEMISE g Jf 53.nO CHEMISE) 0 I ' ffl Embroidery I I 11 and Laces, Hl. 1 Every Pattern A Gem. Better Values Than Ever. ! 10e EMBROIDERY ijg EDGINGS .05 i ' fifS 15c EMBROIDERY 3gS EDGTNGf5 10 ' I 25c EMBROIDERY EDGINGS 15 ! 35c EMBROIDERY I Sj EDGINGS 20 jS 40c EMBROIDERY llf EDGINGS 25 I I m Splendid Line 1 Fine NAINSOOK, SWISS, H M and CAMBRIC EDG- M 1NCS and INSER H I , Eg T I O N S at I 8 3 Less Than H ' , g ReguiarPrSGe0 i t Line of Imitation TORCHON and MA- ' 11 CHINE MADE LIN- , 1 EN TORCHONS, Hi H WORTH UP to 15 M CENTS YARD at H j 1 5 Cents Yard. i l Art Department. PSj Free Lessons ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

'THE SAIiTlxA3Q3 TBIBTOTB: tSTOTDAY MOICmTG-, dAJSTUASECY 10. 1904.- WTT i 1 1 ii mi 1 1 1 1 1 i i iniMim imi nm limi i i i - i i-HI rTV iH ill iMiiiii i i n 1 1 Ml in , irniTlPl Mill 1 i 1 Tt i ii r r i . I I . i mff i mKM'RU.tJIMV.U JLTA. 1 JW. liM I. W.LWUI 'ilAlAJ-.VJ JL" JO WBWi! W-V .. 1 lf' Oc 22-lnch "VVPsh -4-inch 50c Wash 10c Amoskcag Best Loncdalo and Men'i GOc Unlaun- I S-1 and 9-t Her.vy 9-4 Heavy Vn- lieax'y Cream 'J'c Gl-lnch I'::tvy jj f Mrap. Rose Toilet Liberty silks all China Sill:, all Apron Ginghams. Good 9c Bleached Fruit o Loom dered White Roys' 35c "Winter bleached Sheeting, bleached Sheet- Cotton Crash, this 33c Cream Tcblc ., Bleached Tablo M Ml Sfap colors yard colors, thlo week this sale Muslin, this sale, Blenched Mus- Shirts, slaes mi, Capy, choice worth 25c and hiss. value, week- Uncn. this weak- Linen, o.'c grade. U I wlwt week 10, ICS and 17, I 27,'.c, this week this sale thl? week- Hi Hl sr&c 25c 35c 7c j &2C " 35c f B& 2&c 18c Mc 24...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

j 26 THE SALT LA3EE TlUZBtQSTE: StHsDAY MomSTDSTG, JA3BTOAKX 10, 1904. I, 14 ' " '' How "Jimmio" Had His Arm Set Ij ' ij Jimmle was it brown. wild, daring Ht k tie heathen monkey, deplores unve l. ' generated, vrl violent likes and dls- Ukefl, and abandoned 10 little personal ,i fair's g the "rouh and tumble va ; rlety. Jn a stronuous bout with & lanky, overgrown, mor.kd.y, ho wan thrown from tho ceillns-bara to the . ' uoor of his cage, whero ho luy with ft , broken nrm. Jimmle imt, a picture o misery, con ' trlt; and reformed, In a corner of his caco. The dull, nlcltunliig- pain of thr, ' ' Injury showed in tho distorted little I I face. Ho felt very mlyorablo Indeed. ' nnd. when he Haw his keeper, ho ad ' . vnneed. limping, held forth tho cick f I ' arm, and In a low and plaintive cbal I , I tcr told his friend all about it. CrylUR ! ' And whining: sottly. ho was borne to the ' , operating roora and stretched on a tu. i bit, while a chloroformed rat? 'Rs preared to his norp a...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

i. I XHE SALT TiftTTK ITOHNE: SUNDAY MOBXEtfG, 0 ACTUARY 3.0, 1904. ' UT III. ill I III IIIIJ II I 1IMIH1HB! MM J 'fc)RDERS BY MAIL OR SSK TELEPHONE X PROMPTLY FELLED FROM THIS LIST. STARTS TOMORROW MORNING ". It happens once a year, and its coming is looked upon with great expectancy, not only by the people of this city, but by those throughout entire Utah and adjoining States. The fame of past great offer ings has spread far and wide. This year the stocks are larger, and the sale later than usual, making necessary greater reductions than were ever dreamed of before. j Unrestrided choice of nearly three tfaosisai&d stylish suits and over- i j coats, regular $15, $1, $20, $25 and $30 Goods. Just imagine yourself getting one of these swell . sarsr ns bnaginc inking free choice of this great lot of Overcoats, all of which are this season's most fash- fffnWTf Garducr 1500 18-00, $20.00, ?2o.00 and $30.00 ionable styles and fabrics, for ten dolalrs, and there- JWZ R,litS? tnken risl...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 January 1904

28 IHE JLAKJB TRIBTJKB: STHsTDAY MOROTTG, JA2STTART 10 , j. J GHOST BROKE UP THE GAME. ' '! Technicality at Poker Started Trouble for tne Players. , Xt rras Christmas? Eve In the smoking 1 room of the steamship Prince Of?car, 400 , miles south of the Banks, and blowing ; i. cats and dogs without, j A bowl of punch was steaming: on a i table. Five men were discussing men- tally tho fortunes that come and go In l 1 flushes, threes and pairs, and a stew j i I nrd was busy very busy with a ladle I and Tom and Jerry cuna- Ri i There was an Irishman, two Gcr- (f ( mans and an American Involved. An other German, Julius Hartmann, had l dropped out because he couldn't. see j the cards, and started for his state room. "That last pot was mine," remarked r1 ! one of the Germans mournfully, j t "But I sot it." observed the Irish- 1 1 man. Henry E. Hennessy, of Buffalo. ' "You took it. you mean." spoke up i J Alexander Egbert, of Trenton, N. J. I !' "You got It on a technicality." i , "A what?" a...

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