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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

H , ' THE ISilr.JLAJCQS aTRTSTOOJ: SUNDAY MOPJsCsTG APRIL 10, 1904. T ISALT LAKE MOT PORTOF ENTOY Iformer Customs Official Talks En tertainingly on City's New Fed oral Office and Its Benefits. Recent Congressional action malclnc Bait Lake City a customs port has mado many persons curious. They -want to know what advantage the city will derive from such action and what the newly appointed Collector of the I Port of Immediate Transportation la expected to do. 1 Knowing that Mr. William H. Alex ander, now a citizen of Salt Lake, was for several years a Surveyor of Cus ' toms at Omaha, and tliat he had made an exhaustive study of the cus toms service, a reporter for The Tri bune sought and obtained a very Inter esting and timely interview with Mr. Alexander on this subject. What Mr. Alexander had to say to the reporter covers the points very generally in quired Dto by Salt Lalcers. I "The teal advantage to saituane City in making this a customs dis trict." said he. "cannot be told In a ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

I 8 The Salt 'Lake tsibttstb: btosday Momzmo, Apbil lo, 1904. . yjl 1 H OQDEN j TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE. H li 24S5 Washington Ave., TeleDhono 111 J3 I SUES SOUTHERN PACIFIC FOR $100,000 DAMAGES Spodal lo The T.-lbuno. OGDEN, April O.-Judgo A. W. Agce. attorney for' tli- ph-.l.iti(fs, h?.3 Hied two hit; dr.ruas-o suits In the District court Tho rtrst 13 that of "Willinm A. Taylor vs. tho .Southern Pacific company, for $101,2i.O. The suit is an outgrowth of the explo sion at .Tel:son. New Tin? coco .id suit. Is brought bv tho wife, Mrj. Edna A. Taloi, for &0.400. both for personal Injuries n-colvcd In the Juckson explosion. VI ft A meeting of bsaeba!! promoters repre senting Ogden. Evauston. Park CJt. Ttock Spring and other cltlss. is to bo held In Ogden tod..y, locking 1.0 tir or ranlzatlon of an imei-stato league. It in hellevcd thnt tiro meeting xvll I a.-cldc- In ravor of tho leagu. und If It dots tho I ychcoule will bo adopted. a o An interesting and instructive nicet Inj of th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

H HE 8MIFIjAK& TRIBTOHS: SUHSTDAT" MOKNXN'Gr APRIL 10, 1904. 9 LttM H V, iMnn mi irn-M - - in r - i-i i-i m mnr-rr Tf 1 1 m wib i i mi i -! irrarMTiwimfTTiMMTnmnMimi TMrniMrMii i 1 I CHARLES A. KLENKE WILL GET $2500 Supreme Court Upholds tlio Lower Court in a Decision for Damages Against Short Lino. In an opinion handed down in tho Supreme court yesterday in tho case of Charles A. Klenke, Jr., vs. the Ore gon Short Line Railroad company, ap pellant, the judgment of the lower court Is affirmed, with costs. The ac tion Is one wherein the plaintiff claimed damages for 57500 for Injuries alleged to havo been received while being put off from a moving train. The lower court rendered a verdict In the plain tiff's favor for ?2500. Tho opinion is written by Chief Justice Baskln and concurred in by his associates. Another opjnlon, written by Justice Bartch, was handed down In the case of 31. C. Moon, appellant, vs. Salt Lako county and the Oregon Short Line Rail road company. In this act...

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 April 1904

10 The Sait Lake Timbtine: Sunday MoEraG, April 10, 1904. ' .fL Ij WENT THE PACE AND WOUND UP BY FAILURE, Sensational Life Story of . Two Gay Young Wlen of Gotham. Graduated From Brokers' Of- fleas and Branched Out j In Stocks, i j Hiso and Fall of tho Members of the I Firm of W. B. Mack & Co. j Points a Mora, i ( I . . I Special to Tho Tribune, j 1TEW YORK, April 9. Up to date i preachers would find material for a sermon and writers of modem I boys' books on success a theme for a new volume In the' announcement this week of tho failure of tho Stock exchange' firm of Vf. B. Mack & Co. ' For the last, two years the llrm has been known principally as commission house brokers and flopr traders. The firm was' also a member of tho cotton exchange, where its . suspension was simultaneously announced. This failure brings prominently to light tho sensational rise to power and affluence of two youths wh'o a few years ng6 were clerks in prominent Wall street banking houses. Sportively...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

I j Part Cwo OK $Ctlt Ctlbtlllt . ' - main Hew$ Section I ' SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1904. l ? . . . . ..i.iAiAiAiAiAiAiAiiiAiaijafiiiiA ! I 4 BALL TOSSERS COMING TO TOWN IF Some of the Players f Who Have Spent the 5 Winter in the Local Stalls Begin to Lim b.er Up. Grounds at Walkers Field H, Aro Being Put In Fine Hj Shape and All Indications H' Point to Good Baseball. H 1' "Walker's Held has taken on a busl- H bess-llke aspect during tbc past week. B You can go down to the Main street H ball park any afternoon now and And H a good collection of ball tossers hard Hl at work Umbering up their stiffened H (Joints and hardening: their hands in mm anticipation of some hot ones to comb Bl when the Reason opens on April 26th. H During the past few days boll players H have been dropping Into Salt Lake from different quarters, and more aro ex- H' pectcd this week, W. 13. Esslck, the Bt (Ciders' "kid" pitcher, blew into town IHi last week and has ,been down at the E) b...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

1 12 XJECE SvAXiT XAICB rJ?RIBTrNrE: SUNDAY rORlSnQSrOr APilliL 10,' 1904. 1' II jMorseville tRACK mEEt POr 'c na dt C nT BalltWn miw fl 1 Happenings i "'OH scQQL,f :.J oKvIi I O' Bulletins! Jl1 I' POLO PONIES RAGE AT SAN FRANGiSGO Society Event the Feature of Yester day's Meet on the California J Track. 1 SAN FRANCISCO, April 9.-0nc of tlio features at Oakland today was a wpeclal j race at a quarter of a mllo for polo ponies, i tho entries being Walter Uobart's Silver . Dick, Mips Miller, owned by Paul Clug stonc, and Rudolph Spreckles's Becky. ' Sliver Dick ruled a 1 to 2 favorite. There ' was a lone delay at tho post, duo to the i unruly actions of Miss Miller. Silver I Dick won as ho pleased from Miss Miller. A handicap, at a mllo and a sixteenth, j drew a good Held, Honlton boing a 1 to 2 favorite, The break was a poor one, Honiton atumbling, whllo DIvlna was practically left, the boy pulling hor up after a short distance. Honlton assumed (.ommand early and opened a gap in tho ...

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

I XHE SAXT T.m TeiBOTTE: SUNDAY MOENXlSrG-5 APE1L 10, 1904. 13 H !l GZARISM NOT ONE Of f . ROOSEVELT'S Y TRAITS. .Senator Spooner of Wiscon- sin Challenges Gor man to Proof. , Politics Crop Out In Debate In p Upper Branch of I Congress. Is "Hoosovelt Slust Ba H Beaten." HI i W- 1 ASHINGTON, April 9. "What we say here goes Into the- per manent record," snld Mr. MM Spooner. "If we cast reflections HL'i upon any person or official of the Gov- Hj; crnmont, they are there for all time. Hu We are supposed to speak from a high HI standard." Thus began a llyely debate HI; In the Senate today on the postofflce I' b1"' Continuing, Mr. Spooner read from the President's report on the lnvestl- nation to show that there had been no 1 hesitancy on the part of the officials of the Postofflce department to under- take tho Investigation, and declared Hj that there had been nothing In the rec- Hj ord of the department to Impeach tho fidelity of tho Po3tmaster-General. Ho HH said that jNIr. Payne had n...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

ji 14: The Baud Lake Texbioe:. stotdai" Moknxktg. apeil 10, i9o. . - V;.',Vj ! Mill i j I News of Nine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill. ! I MILLIONS OF BRICK FOB HEWHOUSE, Campaign of Construction on the ' "Way Furnaces a Matter for Fu ture. Consideration, With which to begin the active cre ation of a mining camp, the orchitec- turo of which promises to excel any yet ' attempted In tho "West, there was yes terday awarded Ernest Yunk for use upon the now town of Newhouse, out of Frisco, a contract for five million trick, thev order to be discharged as early as It Is posslblo to accomplish it. The campaign of construction, said Mr. Newhouse, will begin upon tho hotel and boarding-bouse, for which plans 'aro now In tho hands of hi3 architects, these structures to bo as stately and as enduring as any In tho diggings, while following them will be the work on fifty dwellings for tho accommodation of those who shall find employment at the Newhouse mines and concentrator, tho railway a...

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

The .Sajlt liAKE xetbuot;: 5uot)ay MoicsrnsTG, April 101904. 15 H P - : 1 .1 Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, f 1, DULLNESS MARKS )' WALL STREET WEEK General Offishucss Characterizes. Day on Curb and in Pit Resumo j of Week. NEW YORK. April .V-Tha movement of stocks was desultory and sluggish today, and llio trading was dull. Prices weni off In the early market, ow ing to the Impression create! by yester day's trailing that a reaction wns due, and the traders wore Inclined to take There was no sustaining force by the BtrOniTlh of .1 fTV rlnle ml Ierod tho realizing sales of yesterday and Thursday. With this ndvnntago lacking, holders did not seem disposed to press the selling, and the decllno was very moderate. Boforo tho closing the market recovered rather more than ltsi decline and closed strong at small net gains. Tho decllno in the cash holdings of tho banks aroused no misgivings, owing to tho belief that yesterday's receipt of Japanese gold did not Hgurc In ...

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

m i i I 16 toE Sam? Tmttk rKmmns: Stotday Moksottg. April 10, 1904. ' Ktaanjjjmuaa limn i. n M 11 1,1. n i mnnrgcg1 y n u mi htm r -laa c nimiiwi a m gun smm jCTB3MMMMtMjMMMiMMnMnnjMMjMigaMMMCTMegCTMBMMMBM igacmn "" Milr fUTW 'i J I THE GREATEST AUCTION SALE OF WATCHES, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE, CUT J ' 1 I ; GLASS AND KINDRED LINES EVER HELD IN UTAH BEGINS MONDAY, APRIL 11, I I AT McCONAHAY'S OLD STAND, 41 W. SECOND SOUTH. ' I i I - l lj The McConahay stock and fixtures were purchased from the creditors by us and we have added' 1 I I I ( . all the surplus stock received from our Butte store and not disposed of at our Consolidation Sale last fall, I II ? I making a grand collection of high-grade diamond and gold jewelry, watches, cut glass, sterling and plated I - I I I ! silverware, leather goods, silver and ebony toiletware, opera glasses, umbrellas, clocks and bronzes, all of I J I which will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder under the immediate management of Mr. Mc - I...

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

Lm The Sam Lake Trxbotosi Sukday Morintlto, April 10, I904-. 17 H m SPLENDID REVIVAL f V IN LOCAL TRADE P Good Weather Having a Harked Ef- ' S feet on All Lines of Business, i ' Real Estato Especially. Iv Business circles the past week felt -with H full forco tho revival which hus boon H promised with fair weather. Retail mcr- M chants enjoyed an exceptionally good ' M trado throughout tho week, wholesale M housca havo been filling largely Increased M i orders, and real estato mon report aur- Httw prising activity In every department of LWr their business. Mining men of Park City x HT end other camps, and stockm-in from HI Idaho nre displaying unwonted interest In HI Ealt Lake City real estate as a promJslnij L, Investment, and a number of very good deals havo been made or nre In process K , of being made. Building has started m I Sln In real earnest with ths Improved H! j woather conditions, H "Work Being Pushed. mMn Tho ost Important new building on Mtm which work has been commenc...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

H IS the SjlLT Lake Tribtote; Sunday MqitcstGj April io, 1904. ;l f GIMT TREES FR0M LITTLE HeORNS GROW. LIKEWISE GREHT RESULTS e)m I. CASH RATES IOc per line first insertion. 5c por line each subsequent insertion. Ho ad. to occupy less space than two lines. Your "want ad." will be ac cepted and 'phoned to The Salt Lake Tribune office at Tegular rates by the following: agents: BRANCH OFFICES Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. 101 Main Street. W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Second South and State. SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 602 South State. LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Wept and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, 511 "West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, corner Second South and Third East. W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su gar House. I DIED. BICHNOR Tn this city. April 3, 150-1, Dennis C. Elchnor, In his 46th year. The funeral will bo held today at 3 p. m. from the First M. E. church. The Intor uent will be private at ML Olivet ceme tery The remains will He In stat...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

JK The Salt ZlAKK Jxbunb: Sunday Morot2nt&, Apexl 10, 1904. 19 H j FROM PLHeiNG H SMHLL HD IN THESE PAGES. A WORD 'TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT iPOR SALE REAL ESTATE. J. DONNAN RBAVIS IS BUILDING UP SALT LAKE AND ASKS YOU TO JOIN IN. "NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUC CESS" is a storeotypcd expression which contains raoro truth than poetry Tho above statement can be nptly ap ii plied to tho business methods of J. Dqn nan Reavls, who Is doing a business of greater nmgnitudo In real estate nnd home building than any but tho Insiders are aware of. From morning; to night Mr. Reavls of fices aro crowded with persona seeking his advice about the investment of money in Salt Lake real estate: the building of homes and business blocks, and tho sale of vacant and Improved property In every corner of Salt Lake, It suburbs, and throughout the State of Utah. You cannot enter Mr, Rcavie' offices at any tlmo of tho day, during business hours, without mooting persons of proml nonco and wealth, who aro the...

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

20 " XBra SALT IjAKE TRLBVimt SUOTDAT" MOIQttlsG, APKIL 10, 1904. iiill ORGANIZER'S SECRET WORK j S FROWNED UPON BY OFFICIALS I' MIDNI6H1 MEETINGS UNLUCKY, SAYS MR. READ, Official Notice Warns Street Car Men Against Union . Movement. Superintendent Wants Em ployees to Come to Him Di rect With Grievances. "Misplaced" Circular Posted in Car barns Yesterday as a Striking Object Lesson. Midnight meetings of lis employees to consider matter oC organization are ' uncanny, uncalled-for and should be discouraged, Is the opinion of the Utah Light and Railway company, as evi denced by a letter signed by J. A. Read, superintendent' of the railway service, which was posted very conspicuously at the car-barns of the company yes terday. By the side of Mr. Read's letter is a printed circular, surmounted by a coupon ticket, a very simple affair, "Which looks something like this: COUPON. : TICKET, w ; No. 42 : No. 43 The coupon and the circular form what Mr. Read doubtless intends should be regarded...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

H j Pan tbrce j. $flf jj$i QiftUII ' 1 1 magazine Section j j I SADT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1904. . V 1 Wh i . I ,i -r1 THE EMPIRE BUILDING. I r I I, Southeast Corner of South Temple and First West Streets Six Business Rooms on South Tem ple West and Thirty-five Apartment Rooms on Second' Floor. I' RESIDENCE OF M. H. WALKER PACING NORTH AND WEST ON BRIGHAM AND SIXTH EAST STREETS. Tlesldents on Brlgliam street ar? nvultlng with much Interest the open ing of the beautiful new home of M. H. "Walker, which is expected In a few -weeks. Tills residence is to grace the southeast corner of Brigham and Sixth 1-Jast and will bo one of the moat beauti ful in the entire city, adding much to the appearance of an already handsome Gtreet. One of the altractU'e features i this homo will be the generous grounds by which It Is surrounded, and another will be the cleganco of the In terior decorations. The completion of the home has been retarded somewhat by the difficulty encounter...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

IT 2 The Salt Lajee TREStnsrE: Sunday MoioriyG. April 10, 1904, t Jl j j CURRENT PUBLICATIONS A ROMANCE OF OLDEN DAYS. .Sir Mortimer: a Novel. By Mary Johnston. With colored frontispiece, and ciRht other Illustrations by F. C. Yohn. Published by Harper & Brothers. Now York: A. U. Dergo Sz Co., Salt Lako. Tho author of this fine novel has made her own clientage. When she writes a ro mance, tho reading world awaits Its ap pearance with Impatience, conlldent of a treat, and sure of Rood work. This tho public has In tills exceedingly woll-lold laic. The tlmo of It Is placed In tho days of Queen Elizabeth, when the English and tho Spaniards were In hot struggle for tho supremacy of the sens. Sir Mortimer, llko many another English adventurer who was half explorer, half pirate, seeks the Spanish main for his booty, and sees tho hard service tastes tho savagery, and feels tho humillaltlons which It was the delight of tho Spanish lighters to vlalt up on the Englishmen who fell Into thei...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

H " 11 " ., - . T -. ii HI J M The Sam Lake Tkxbiin35: Sujdat Moknxcstg5 April 10, 1904. IU SALT LAKE, April S. Will tho sub- scrlbcr who sent qu;atIonH about fluors ,J$H Par -which appeared In last Sunday's ' . Tribune klndlv send his name and ad dress to the editor of The Tribune? I - MERCUIt, Utah. March 21. Will you please Rive me the address of tho presi dent of the American Smelting and Refinlns company? also of the Hljrh 'i land Boy smelter at Murray? A Render. E. W. Nash. 71 Broadway. New York; Urban H. Broughton. New York city, lJ enro of Utah Con. Mining company. K- a SALT LAKE, April S. Has a negro ever held a Government position? If so. what was the highest, who held It, -where was he from, at -what time was p. It held, and how did he get It? U. U. Whew.' Is that all? A large number ' of negroes have held Government no- sltlons. Fred Douglass, for instance, I was United States Marshal of the DIs- i trlct of Columbia, by Presidential ap- pointmcnt, in the Hayes administra...

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

4 The Salt Xake Tribtoos: Sunday Moknilsg, Apiox 10, 1904. , Jlr 1 TARIFF LEAGUE ! DOES GOOD WORK Systematic Distributing: of Political Literaturo Bears Fruit in Suc cessful Campaigns. Special to Tho Tribune. U T EW. YORK, April 9. The moat cf- Helen t organization for tho col li lection of political information and the distribution of political literature in the whole world, bar none, is the American Protective Tariff Jeague, with headquarters at 339 Broadway, In the city oC New York. This year the league is paying- special (attention to "first voters" and collesc students. By "first voters" in this instance is meant that army of young men (and young women, too, since woman's suf frage prevails In. some of the "Western States), about 2,000,000 strong every Presidential year, who will reach their majority on or before tho 8th day of November next, and so will cast their ttirst Presidential vote on that day. Down to date, slnco the first of the year, the leaguo has got in touch with ...

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

The Bah? JLa&e Thibtote: Suxday Moeotstg, Aj?-rtl 10, 1904:7 5 P BRIGHT UTAH MEN WHO WILL TRY lf? FOR CECIL RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS Ijfg University of Utah Boys Will Test Their Wits Against the Brightest Rflinds in the Civilized World. Examination. Wednesday to Test Fit ness of Candidates to Enter the Great English University. The qualifying examinations for the election of scholars from the State of Utah under tho Cecil Rhodes scholar ship bequest will take place next Wed nesday at the University of Utah. This examination Is not competitive, but is Intended to test the student's ability to enter on a course of study at Oxford. H All students who pass this examina- tloh will be eligible candidates for the j! i appointment, which will be made- on Hjl" I the following standard marked out by H; Cecil Rhodes in his own will: "My de- sire being that the students who shall be elected to the scholarships shall not HM be mere bookworms, I direct that in the cloction of students to the schol...

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

H $ ' The Sale Sake Tjubtoo Sunday Moknxn"G5 aphil 10, 1904, 1 . " B 1 I1 ' . THIS WIEK'S ATTRACTIONS, Hj ( Halt Iake Theater Field's Minstrels, Friday and Saturday nights and Satur- M day afternon. l Grand Theater Elleford Stock com- H pany In "The Ensign" first half of tho week, and Jn "A Bachelor's Honey- HI moon" last half. Hl o u 1 To the list of great attractions to ap- Hl pear liere during the closing weeks of the season has been- added jthat of Mrs. i Leslie Carter. Managers Jones & 1 Hammer last week completed tho ar- rangements for the appearance of thla great actress In "Madame Du Barry" Hl at the Grand theater early In June for thrco nights and a matinee. This book Ing and the engagement of James K. 1 Hackett give amusement lovers two good things to look forward to at the , Grand. Hl I At the Salt L-ako Theater the list o 1 artists to come during the month be- 1 ginning May 5th Is one of the most tempting ever offered In Salt Lake for o ehort a time. Anna Held opena ...

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