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

3 " Tece SaitIakb Tbibttnte: Sunday Moknintg, April 10, 1904. 7 4 h M I M M I I I H I 1 M I H I H I I I I t t HtitHHI MM HtHH' ltumu f Where Harmony Is Law. j -HH-HHM---r-rrTT , ...... Lovers of music have two events o In terest in store this week-tho pianoforte recital Tuesdav evening- at the Salt Lakc Theater by Arthur Shepherd, assisted by Wlllard Wclhc, and the ballad concert at 111ft church next Friday evening by Mrs. ' A D Molvln, assisted by Mrs. Kclsey and mW Wlshanl. Great Interest Is nlso being aroused in the appearance of Ru bin Goldniark early In aiay, while- tho seml-wcckly recitals at tho .Tabcrnaclo aio amoiiR tho music events of the sea son -which are suro to bo a source of plea sure to thousands of people. A Nuisance Here Also. The following criticism from the New York Sun may, or should be. of Interest In Salt Lake. Tho practlco of showing people to their seats while a muslcnl number Is In progress Is all too common, and tho beauty of many an otherwise splendid con...

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. — 10 April 1904

l ,; 8 The Sajlt T.attr Tesbune: Sunday Moxototg, ajpri 10, 1904. J- ji ft SftLE THftT SMASHES PRI6ES BUT DES NTNJURE QOHLITY . ! 'H H The quotations given here on merchandise must convince you that we are not offering a few articles as leaders merely as an inducement to get you to purchase . , 1 H goods not advertised at regular prices. Every article and every yard of goods offered for sale in this house will be sold to you lower than any other merchant can j ; H afford to selL The stock must be closed out. In the interest of your pocket-book don't wait any longer take advantage of this greatest of closing-out sales. r I H We or no other house could purchase goods to sell at these prices after the present stock is closed out. Another point Competitors may and do match our j j ( prices, but no competition can match article for article at price for price. S0ME F UR OFFERINGS" 1 fl H I Patterns Hair Pins Corticelli Silks I Hair Combs Corsets Ladies Hose Muslin Underwear i A I McCall's...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

B i pasi tm if $3lf Ekc Oitrtittc li safety s'w jj- H SALT LAKE CITY, "UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 10. 1004. H w "'T !! Two largo dancing- parties, a. big re ception, a number oC dinners preceding the assembly, and half a dozen lunch conn promise to make the coming week an unusually lively one and to causo society to feel that there. Is at last a -waking up. Ever since the completion of Col. and airs. Holmes's new art gal lery, their frionds have boon eagerly awaiting an opportunity to enjoy a dance on the elegant floor, and they are to be given their first opportunity on Friday next The assembly Tuesday evening will be an event of more than ordinary Interest, as It Is to be the last of the series, and then It is said there will be more stunning new gowns worn for the first time that night than at any similar event during the season. Sev eral hundred Invitations have been ie-nuc-d by Mr. and Mrs. Heath for the reception of Wednesday evening, -which is sure to be a brilliant social e...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

.. . VV'; I 2 The Saip TiAKTi Trtbuxb: Btotday Moknto-q, April 10, 1904. ' ; . - ( id SIR EDWIN ARNOLD AND f I ... S JAPAI WIFE I j I Special Cable. 1" ONDON, April 2. Sir Edwin Ar- nold, who recently died Iicre, was one of England's most noted llter crary men. He was both a poet p.nd journalist. His best known work Is "The Light of Asia," a poem giving the I Special to The Tribune. WASHINGTON, April 7. No man on the Democratic side of the House is said to be so devoid of Intimates as William Randolph Hearst. Even his colleagues from his own Slate know him but superficially. In spite of all the bluster and the blow and the racket in the country over him, IMr. Hearst, I deep down in his heart, is? just a big bashful blue-eyed boy with a clever capacity for taking good advice. Hc I makes a pleasant, cordial host at his I new home on La Fayette square, re I tcntly vacated by Secretary Hoot, I where the Hearst dynasty before very I long will blithely begin. Mr. Hearst is I fond of havin...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

The Bauf ILake TBiBimEi Stjxday MomsnyG-, April 10, 1901, , 3 fl LviI Fads a" Fashions of Paris ffjj iTpARIS, March 2G. Portrait jEJp painting by electric llRht Is 'h' !F ll,e i!arisIan case of the mo- ' mem. A well known artist has evolved the Idea that the picture of a woman In ball costume to be really effective must be painted in the llpht under which it is seen. This artist very plausibly arrrucs that the loveliest tints in a Rem of a pown look cold and uninteresting in the broad Ujtudio light of day. The skin of army, face and neck also taken on a different ' coloring under the electric llghL There fore he has had the brilliant thought of electric light painting. Society has taken up this portrait fad with the usu al vim and enthusiasm it accords nov elty in whatever guise it presents it self. Consequently women who never wished to have their portraits taken In evening: dress before arc now besieging- the studio of the art inventor and imploring this mighty genius to "do" them...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

If 4 The Salt Lake Tkibute; Sunday MaRjmre-, Apkxl 10, 1904. I ipjfflk i ; ALV VffQ(tfftilbsSDDgIMl(S)53(B30 TfiflDS yaiT &lh)9 SET- V frornt.hcr Pl,ularize t,,e basement Sec- Jjj TUd rcdyi v fxwit' B5nass off asmsnmi flay snnHO ftlbs pr3jing3, ram- B o w fiirW- mAwhmmhlmo Titos Dnvofcessp ttDa tJ IPirifoss (Sins fftr n asirims3 wnftfia wDsScfe steainig ds scmritedl whm ths . I A Al Wslk, ' Jr I I afcip (SimdlDfia5irQ3 gut DiWDftnnDg 9 cjtornQy aim Du&spnmg ' i MM irtos x I ' ' siad oft ftlfoiis sHipo Tlh v&sft iromnranlbstre scairgairag a!bnnft9 tiDas WM I i) I 5nbtir3ftnimg dliip!kys, ftfe sgxsdojis afisll39 tte woi-DngM fflsEdS: lELJi? .3 j v If Gils ota5, sirv ft nimlSlaasimcs oisirttA $sr$trtoini IT c3asDim cPj 1 1 ': II J ' ''' Harass wraftlfo osks (acs $ ftlhatL) uoir assQinnMagB IF sa3iiMiMl ir j Sim ffirnsiEiy tatanaGss w Evll(fe Sua wodsmhhi'g ariftir smadl as6S2iriieso The prominence accorded veils and veilings Ibis season lias oc casioned the most extensive l...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

THE SALT IjAKE XJRIBTOTE; SUNDAY MOBOTN'G, APML 10, 1904:. O H1 nil j i. if'P HINTS ON TABLE APPOINTMENTS I jl and ETIQUETTE of the DINING ROOM If V N this ago o luxury It seems al ffl most Impossible to conceive of a ! , II time when our commonest neces- "f A. sltlcs were objects of the crudest workmanship and tho groatest consideration. I suppose there are few of us who can by any stretch of imag ination class in tho category of luxu ries our ordinary everyday dining table and its really necessary uppolntnients, such as tablecloths, knives, forks and spoons, which articles make the cere mony of eating a graceful function, and not a mere barbarous "fe'ed." It Is strange how little even the best informed of us know about the things around us. If one went the rounds of many tables It would be difficult to find an Individual who could tell when the table In its present servico as a. board on which to spread viands ilrst came into existence. The ancient Saxons and Danes, It seems, have...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

f 6 The SaltIjAKe Texbttne: Stustday Mokototg April 10, 1904. It I HOME A KING MIGHT COVET I J SENATOR CIiAUK'S NEW TOILS PALACE IS A MAKVEL. j I? When Senator "William A. Clnrk's new . 'cslrtenco at tho northenst corner of 1 I'lfth avenuo and Seventy-seventh street H ' i completed It Is expected to bo uniQuo mong the gorgeous private residences In 'his country. In tho basement will be an up-to-date Turkish bath, with a plunge sixteen fret wide and twenty-eight font. long. Tho full i quipmcnt of a modern Turkish bath cs- t ibllshmcnt will b Installed, including at- l- ndnnts' rooms, a stcamroom, holroom, I massage-room, rubbing and cooling rooms and dressing-rooms. There will bo no less than twenty-five bathrooms throughout tho house, all of them finished" In whlto marble, with vaulted colllngH of Fnlcncv marble. The two upper floors of tho house will be reserved for tlin nervunts. thirty bed ruomn belns: provided for the help alone. A largo sitting-room In th tower on tlic fifth Il...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

fsfflfsiBfjH fjfflfsfflfsifjH - GPECB JSAIjT XtAKB XRTBUNB: SUNDAY MOEiDSTG. APRIL 10,. 1904. . ..--sl: : -... . T H Br , i The Reign of 2 S3L!fl j; L. J QlieCIi ISyl Golott Bui-gessBLd Willli-win " (Copyright, 1003, McCluro, Phillips & Co) In a large, bare room ot tho Agrlcul V tural Pavilion at San Jose, two ,-lrls were sticking, the Inst scraps of court plaster to their faceB. Tho elder and tho taller and the blonder of the two was Norlnc Almerlc. Queen-elect of the Fiesta, gowned in low-cut white satin and lncc. girdled with a rainbow of ar 1 tlflolal gems, which branched and fell p- to her feet. Miss Isyl Shea, her maid of honor, , was a ' good foil for the Queen. She was not at all statuesque, but of an on r tcrprlslngly domestic sort of blushing i plumpncra, dark olive of complexion I and extravagantly feminine. She was ji costumed almost as elaborately as tho i Queen, but in scarlet appllqued with 1 sliver cloth. I "Ieyl," said Miss Almerlc, "you're a I perfect picture! ...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 10 April 1904

8 EO!l TBIBTOnffl? SOTOAT MOKNING-. APEXL 10, 1904. " ' f II ! j ITribano Special Gorrospondonco. I "Biff TASHINGTON, April 9. Congress C WW Ls CCI'taln,y stacking up a lot of Y f business for the short session of Congress. With the usual nocespary business, such as appropria tion bills, the time o a short session Is generally very buey, but in addition sj there will be the SniooL case to settle, t )oesibly tho Burton case, and the iin a peachment of Judge Swaync. These ,t(j J alone could occupy most oC the time oC tt " a. session in tho Senate. Besides this Hj oj thorc was an intimation long ago. so Hj b long ago, in fact that perhaps Congress Hj ft has forgotten it, that there might be 4 some legislation on the tariff. There 5 waa no promise of anything like larlffi H b revision for the short session, but long H'$ ago, before the present Congress as H 5 eemblcd, Senator Allison remarked if H f 5t was found necessary tho tariff would H be revised in. the short session of the j Fift...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 April 1904

.r.r.r.f. .f .f fe.L Signing of Treaty Well Received. rfe 1 SV Li L4 jfTftk id yjMfcv A r j 4.4.4.4. T - -f- iit bo given 'out Until5 no'on lomor- - HR :' ' WEATHER TODAY Fair. '- fS9 1 , E!llili!lii Lake Pitt, Utah, Monday MommG Apiml 11, 1904:. 10 phges.-fivb Gents I IBL000-STAINE0 LINEN MAY LEAD TO A SLEW, Arrest in the Page Murder Case Probably Unwar ranted. Citizens of Weston Do Not Bslievo Charles L. Tucker Guilty. The. Detectives Return to the Theory That the Murderer "Was a "Woman. Special to The Tribune. ESTON. Mass.. April 10. Charles I I I Ww Tuckers arrest, charged with W j the murder of Mabel Page, -was a surprising turn In the Investl- P gallon o this now .famous case. The W detectives for several days, It was bc SMwed. were, confident thnt guilt would I jpf fastened 5n'arvr6man,' and the public was not prepared to give credence to the story Implicating Tucker. Tucker's hearing will be had tomor row, and It Is said that he will easily establish a perfect title. So conl...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 April 1904

H I 2 The SaitLaee TBiyims: MokDAY Mosmk&, Apior, 11, 1904. -f, ' 1 j it lie fact that It may remove opposition F to Parker from those who have been m opposing him, owing to the fact that j lie Is so closely allied with David B. 44 Hill. The only objection raised ngalnat - Parker himself by Democrats In Con- gress is that he has no political record 2j . by which he may be Judged by the " country after he has received the nom- 0 1 inatlon. By many this Is regarded as -f an element of strength. M , The fact that Mr. Hill has taken command of the Parker forces, by so 1 ' doing assuming an attitude of hostll- Q , Ity to Mr. Murphy, the Tammany ' leader, whose recent great victory with McCIellan In New York City has given new courage to the party, ex- ; cites an apprehension that the nomlna- , tion of Judge Parker would mean the enthronement of Hill, not only as the CJ controlling power in New York, but ns the dominating influence in the Na- ( tlonal organization of the party. This I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 April 1904

VH THE XiAKE TRIBTOUD; MOXDAT MOKNXinG-, AJPUIL 11, 1904. 3 f NOAH'S ARK HAS V A CLEVER RIVAL Rkj Big Steamship Carries a Great Hum ber of Animals to tho I Special to The Tribune Wm ST. LOUIS, April 10. Noah's ark has a modern rival In tho steamship Bclgravla, Wm which has Just landed In New York with fgjj T a cargo of wild animals for the World'n Hj fair. It Is the largest collection of animals 1 loaded on any craft alnco Ncjih took his collection two by two Into the ark. B The BelgTavla's animal cargo Is valued j at JoOT.OOO. It comprises beasts and birds HQ f from every continent, and Includes apccl- UjM L mens from every clime. Thero arc polar . bears from tho Arctic, horses, from the lWM ; temperato zones, and lions, tigers, cle- "MM phants. monkoys and many other beasts ; from tho tropics. ,Wm f The animals far outnumbered tho pas- Jmm Bongera aboard tho Bclgravia. This mot- 'JH ' ley collection of creatures of the forests nnd plains mako a most Interesting list l of World's f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 April 1904

BP 4 ffHE SaIjT Ju&KE TRXBTOTE: KOAY jVIORNXNG, APBXL 11, 1904:. - , 1 . . Issued ovory morning by Salt Lako Trlh- "l' uno Publishing Company. PERRY S. J HEATH, Publisher and General Man- ager. ? ( TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' Dally and Sunday Tribune, orio weok$ .25 T Dally and Sunday, ont month 1-W "Tt Dally and Sundnv, two monthB 2.00 I Dally and Sunday, threo months 3.00 1 Dally and Sunday, one year 12.W H 1 Sunday Tribune, ono year 2.00 W j Sundav Tribune. elx months 1.00 , i SemMVcokly Trlbuno, ono year 1.50 I All remittances and business letters should bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lako City. Utah. ei S. C. Beckuith. Special Accncy. Solo w Eastern Advertising AecnL "Eastern of fice, 43-H-45-47-4R--I9 Trlbuno Bulldlnpr. New York. Western office, 510-512 Trlb- ( 1 uno Bulldlnpr. Chicago. 1 No communication In relation to nubll- I cation In or buslnoso for The Trlbuno , i nhould be addressed to any Individual or ' officer of thlfl corporation. Matter relat- , ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 April 1904

The SaXiT Xu3Ge TBrarorE: Mojstday Motzsikg, April "1 11904. 3 NEW FOOTBALL BOLES 1 More Changes in Store for Pigskin Euthusiasts. N12W YORK. April 10. More chanKes W are promised In the football rules. -l- Ihousrh It is too early In the year to get any definite Idea of the football plans of tlic loading colleges for tho comlnp season It Is evident that moderation will be the ' keynote In the sport next fall. j 'flic, suggestion that tho rulo of last 3 ear preventing more than four playcVa being- behind the lino between the twen- i ty-flve yard marks be made to apply to I tho whole playing field s a straw .that ft shows which way the wind blows. The rules committee last season frankly :ul- I mltted thnt thLs regulation was an ex- H perlment aimed' jo satisfy tlio demand for I less mass play and moro open Held work. i Desplio the protests of ft certain clique of I roaches the rule met with great favor D among the spectators at the big games Hi and In no way detracted from the sport. ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 April 1904

6 The Salt Hake Tbjbxjnb; Moisdoay Moiara, ape.il li, 1904. - V; 4 J 1 News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill. I I!, ENORMOUS TONNAGE ij OUT OF BINGHAM Cnmp Now Putting Out Over 75,000 Tons Monthly, Divided Between C Mill and Smelter. To lho tables nt camp and tho fur ! naces ia tlio valley the producers of I Bingham aro now forwarding- over 75.000 tons of ore monthly, with not a little to d Indlcato that the output will o?:cecd 100,- l(j 000 tons before snow' files. It was a Httlo aj ' less than two years ago that Col. O. P. . Posey, who passed through town during . ' lho week on his way to Franco, predicted H 1 this achievement, and while, there was d i an element to rldlculo 11. a few more J moons and It will have "come to puss." 1 .And the more prominent of those now a participating In this enormous tonnage ,3 from a camp the output of which had J been reduced to little moro than 40.000 J) ton3 annually when copper mining be J came a specialty there, are yet far from ...

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. — 11 April 1904

1'HE SALT XjAJOS TJEUBTUSTB: MOJTOAY APKLL 11, 1904. 7 " DOCTORS WILL FIGHT 'TUBERCULOSIS GERM t) inspection Corps "Will Be Organized to Search for and Aid Sufferers. ST. LOUIS, April 10. Physicians and others Interested In tho prevontlon or control of tuberculosis have formed tho "St. Louis Society for tho Prevention of i Tuberculosis." I I Officers have been elected and nn cx ' ccutlvo committee named. There will I I also bo appointed a committee consisting wf-" of two members of the Health department ' j of the city, two members of tho medical ' profession and two representatives from j tho medical schools to assist In the work of Inspection. j It is Intended at the beginning lo In- I j Btltute n thorough Inspection corps, which a will roport all cases where sufferers from 1 ) ' consumption are located In badly ventl- 1 latcd apartments, or surrounded by un- I healthy conditions. Tho officers also will dlatrlbuto printed pamphlets of Instruc tion to persons suffering from tubercu...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 April 1904

j S The" Salt Latctb Tbtbotte: Monday Mokntstg-, Aphxz 12, 1904. - ; i i "WANT ADS"1 I j CASH RATES j IOc per line first insertion 5 5c per line oach. subsequent !fi I insertion. I No ad. to occupy les3 spaca I thnn tv?o lines. Q ! "Sour "wont nd.' will bo ac cepted and 'phoned to The Snlt Lake Tribuno offlco nt regular I rates by tho following agents: j BRANCH OFFICES , ! j Oodbe-Pitts Drug Co. I j 101 Main Street , ! W. H. DAYTON" BBTJO CO., J Corner Second South and State, SHERWOOD PHARMACY, ' 502 South State. a I LEAVER DRUG- CO., Grand J Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West u 1 and South Temple, d H. A. HANSEN", DRUGGIST, ?ti Oil West Second South. ''2 WASATCH DRUG STORE, i-fl j corner Second South and Third 5 1 to vjdare: drug store, I J5 I 11th East and 12th South, Su- I 45 gar House. ( I V & I DIED. TITUS In this oily. April . 10OI. Richard Jay Titus, In his 24th year. The funeral will bo hehl today aL 2 p. m. from the residence, ICQ Fourth street, la teral cut Mt. Olivet. Col...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 11 April 1904

The Salt :Lake rRirrasrE: Monday Moknxntg, apkxl li, 1904. . 9 Wi FOR SALE ILEAL ESTATE. A BARGAIN 1 SUITABLE FOR Hr chicken ranch, 4-room house, barn, chick - 1 J?x coops, 6 flowing wells and 10 acres, btneed, 8 miles west. 12th South, $600. G. 1 C. RIchter Co., 131 Main nt. . t.1?2 . J. DON KAN REAV1S HAS REMOVED Wm. , to ground floor Security Trust Bids., 32- I i'hfcl Main, and the telephone number has I itCJ been changed to 10G5-Z. Remember, "THE I Z. C. M. I. IS OPPOSITE." D 1 TEVER SUCH BARGAINS. . If Neat 5-room home, n.w only $1100. L 1 Brick 6 rma,, barn, corner lot. 52m North bench, C rooms, snap, J22J0. I Several new bricks, beauties In every II I way, 5 to S rooms ench, with furnaces, por. I tuba, etc.. 33m to MOOO. , c Very neat G-r. brick, only J2000. H p- Choicest o 1st So, homes, 5G500. H Lots that aro snaps, any part of city. A 2X10 on 7th So. and 7th E., only 500. 1 I Sic Realty Co., CC W. 2nd So. 'Phone JbO. TO LEASE. BRICKYARD AND STONE QUARRY privilege?. Sec Per...

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

10 ' The SaXjT IxAiaa Tribute: Mokday Moigsten-g, April 11, 1904: j i" l I : GAR MEN GALLED TO ORGANIZE UNION I TONIGHT, jd Printed Invitations Handed iOut to All Employees of Car Company. Meeting Is. to Be Called to I Order at 1 a. m. by Or ganlzer Currlo. U Uniou J&Ian Says They Ave Willing 1 to Work "With Non-Union Employees. H?j ' niotorman and conductor In Hv SH c OIIinlol' tI,c street railway HUl J company has been invited to at- tend a meeting at room -1 in Fed- H' oration hall at 1 o'clock tomorrow morning to organize a union, jf Printed cards announcing the inect- ing have been distributed to all who j nre interested. The card says that the Hr I meeting will be called to order by H. I E Currle, organizer for the American Foderation of Labor. C. . O. Prate of Cleveland, O., one of the international I officers of the Street-Car Men's union, will explain the workings of that union, and officers of the local union will be Mr. Pratt said yesterday that he had Hl received fav...

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