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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

1 1 mm I OK Salt EflRg Cribtiitc 1 i . I liilr' , SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, APELL 17, 1904. I m : .... jBOINGS OF THE WEEK nthe WORLD OF SPORT j I ; FIRST GAME OF SAINTS . j AT WALKER'S THIS j AFTERNOON. j j ; ; i Picked Team From Fort J I Deuglas Will Play the I Elders. if Interesting Diamond Argument 1 Anticipated by Local Fans j j -Baseball Gossip, d jvt This afternoon, with the kind permlB am Mln5'011 weather man, Salt Lake ejUfljS'fans will have the first opportunity of ' 'TMjaee'nS their pets In action, A game has " J r teen arranged between the Elders and "fa j a, picked team from Fort Douglas and .'I j the prospects are bright for an interest ' m ! ing diamond argument at Walker's this Illy afternoon. 1111 The Saints are showing: up in great lf " shape and If the soldiers trim themlthis I afternoon they can well be proud of their victory. Every man on the Salt ' Lake squad has been working overtime this week In an effort to get into shape and as a result most of ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

1 14 THE SAIT liAKE TRTBTOTEJ; STOTOAY MOB2STCSTG, AJPRIL 17, 1904. j i ' ISnll! ; 1 BftSEB ALL 1 1B0XIN6 1 jeYey-j FUN FOR THE FANS BEGINS TODAY H Baseball will have lis annual eprlng. H! opening In this city today, unless but H what's the use, It's not going to rain H because the- weather marr says not, and he knows. At 3 o'clock this afternoon the new Salt Lakc baseball team will Irfdulge In open battle with a collection f of soldier ball tossera from Fort Doug- Hj las and every fan in this city is? in- H' vited to be present. That is to say, H every .fan who has the necessary 25 Hj ccntw with which to bribe the gate- H The FOldlers are out for biood. For weeks past they have been practicing diligently with tho wle aim of getting a chance ut the bunch of diamond ar lists who will represent this city In the ' Pacillc National league. Some days ago Hj Manager GImlln consented to allow his pets to play the delegation from the post and today was agreed upon as the Hj Yesterday aftern...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

If I The SaXiT XzAXE TRiBtrra:: stotdax taoiomre, iiPKrL it, 1904. 15 m PHILIPPINES NEED elf BRIGHT YOUNG MEN. sUfi Poultney Blgelow Says a Fine Career 3wt Ib Open to .College-Trained and w Ambitious Youths. If 1 1 CHICAGO. April 10 Speaking of HID 1 "The United States In European Eyo9," Zgji I M, Poultney Blgelow of New Tori: haD JH told the Twentieth Century club of tho 1 opportuntltcH afforded for especially ' ' trained college men In the admlnlstra- jjjjfl'! tlon of the Philippines. '. "Secretary TaXt, In his last report oil H ' the Philippines, proves thai Tit need tn ; the islands Americans who shall not. go there merely to make money or for short 1JSkti urms, but young men who Intend mok- j ing a llfo work of the business," tald ilejl' Mr. Blgelow. OttviSJ "It is d flno career, ca.lcula.twl to vuSfe;1 stimulate the ambition of our students, i provided wo give these young men a SS1' chance for promotion and a reasonable flfltS certainty that they will not bo i'is- t Jiij. J mi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

16 - The Sxt Lake Tessijxe: Suxday MoBraare. April 17 , lOQft. DON H. PORTER'S BIG VENTURE IN THE NORTHWEST II Popular Salt Lake Hotel Man I Takes Charge of Finest J House on the Coast Some I Points of Interest About I , the Hotel Washington of I Seattle, I -x ESIDBNTS of Salt Lake and trav I Ira elers through Utah "who have I m -watched the successful career of I Don H. Porter as proprietor of I both the Templeton and Kenyon hotels l', have no doubt that -equal success awaits ' him In tho management of the magnifl- cent Hotel Washington at Seattle which I ho has leased for a term ot ten years. I The site of tho Washington Is on an I 'elevation 300 feet above tho lovel of the 'sea, one of the highest points in Seattle. J 1 .It occupies four and a half acres of ground, which has been laid olt In all the taste of landscape art. Broad drlvc ' iways surround It and dlvldo off the great lawns Into parks of beauty, which nro reset hero and thcro with an abun dance of flower frardonn. In s...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

Jj XECB XiAKE XRTBITNjE; SUNDAY MOKNTyG, APHTL 17, 1904:. 1T Ji FEDERATION PRESIDENT M i FINDS PRISON LIFE I SEVERE. 1 i Is Full of Courage, However, H j and Hopes for Victor ia ious Decision. 1 Ij MoyoKs Petition for Release : on Habeas Corpus Writ Is j Soon to Be Heard, I Prisoner Claims Governor Failed to I Keep Faith With Him Case . it in Supreme Court, I ;i irv i,VEn, April 16. Alloracy-Gcn- f i I eral MUlcr ia authority for tin ' A statement that Charles IL Moycr, 4 president of tho Western Fc-dera- ' tton of Miners, will.'be produced before H . the Supreme court next Thursday In ac- i ' Lcordauce with the writ of habeas cdrpus I - issued by tliat body. He will be- brought $ from Telluride In custody of the mill- T v tary authorities, by whom he was 1m- & h' prisoned, and their attorneys will resist 1 Wn nnr moton for n's release n hall pend- '"tt ns a decision on the questions Involved fjA- In his case. Both sides profess to bo dc- . y sirous of obtaining from the Supremo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

IH- J 1 the SAIjT iAKB XKIBtXKB: SUNDAY MOKEIG-, APItTL IT, 19Q4. f ; I News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill, f I CROP OF COPPER GROWING HOURLY I f First Lot of Bullion Made From Cori- ccntrntes of tho Utah Copper Company. I The first Ultcr oC "plg9'' from tho cop- pcr-bcnrlng concentrates of the Utah I Copper company was forwarded to the I Eastern refiner during tho week, said Manager Whotley of the American ( Smelting and Itefinlnp company, under I -whose direction (ho product Is reduced, I M-sterday, tho consignment showing a I -weight of over 60,000 pounds and Ix I suing from tho furnaces of the Bingham I Con. .smelter. Tn the reduction of the I concentrates, from which some replst- ance- had been faarwl by the uninitiated, Superintendent Cutting says they aro as Rinmlsslvo as Is any oilier class of ma terial that is dumped Into Bingham Con. hlns and that thr-y -will continue to go down Into pig copper. Thus has an other source of Bingham's wealth found Its way onto...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

I The Salt Juake Tribiene: Stjotay Moetotg, Apkiij 171904. ' ill Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. I MARKET AVERAGES I WELL FOR WEEK j ' fferger Decision Kept Speculation at ' a Low Temperature Gold Move i merits Balance Nicely. NEW TORIC, April 16. There' was only Odugglsh drift in today's slock market nd the trading was without Interest. The ay ended with prices generally a frac lon lower, after having been at ono time ligher. The only considerable movements jro In specialties on Individual caused. UThe bank statement showed a smaller pan expansion than expected. "so that the jash Increase went further to enhance ttie surplus of reserves, but tho markot pld ofC aftor tho publication of the bank Jjatement and closed easy .at tho lowest, fho unseasonable weather was regarded b unfavorable, the more so us tho mcr luitllo agencies' reviews dwell upon tho Seterrent effect of tho cool weather upon luslness. The Kansas Stato report on I'heat condition weakened tho whea...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

' 2 Q XBCB SAIiT Il&KZ rKTOTOfB: STOTDAY MOItCs g. AJKIL 17. 1904. ' sJj I POPE PIUS HEARS PEROTS ORATORIO 8pectaol Unprecedented at Vatican ' When Papal Court Listened to "The Last Judgment." T OME, April 1G. The Vatican this w3 morning: presented a spectacle tin ' J preccdented for centuries, -when Pope This, the cardinals and othor dignitaries of the church, the members of the papal court, the "Black" aris tocracy and 300 other guests assisted at the performance In the Snla Regla of the Abbe Ferosl's new oratorio, "The Last Judgment." The choir, which Included women Dingers, was personally directed by tho composer. 1 The Tope was realty pieasod with the presentation of Abbo Ferosi's latest work, a-nd offered him His congratu lations on tho success of tho oratorlo. It Is popularly cold that tho present pontificate will bo a golden era for sa cred music ' I' BURNS THAT CAUSE CANCER. Explanation, of Prevalence of 3alady Among Natives of Kashmir. Jonathan Hutchinson, during his r...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

BSSSSSSJ The SaxtLake Tkebtoe: Sunday Mokotjstg. Apred 171904:. 21 . , . : : I GOOD WEATHER BRINGS 1 SPLENDID RALLY IN l BUSINESS, ;i; Wholesale and Retail Mer chants Report Better Trade f ' Than Last Year. !M ) i I ; Financial Conditions Good and . . jjj L Local Mney Ready for All : : Safe Enterprlsss, 1 i Building Operations Slow to Start, - but Plenty of Work in Sight for Mechanics. MARKED improvement in nil lines of business was noted during: tho past week, the heavy Increase ot 4f 6ale3 by retail dry goods mer it chants being especially Indicative of a Unhealthy condition ot affairs generally. BL WTho improvement is largely due, no Wr uoubt, to the good weather having off caused a general resumption of building operations and the starting of much mil new building, giving employment to Iff many worktngmcn who were tempo Wti rarlly idle. Merchants in both whole sale and retail lines reported business M not only better than it had been before f . HMD JCtll, UUl UIUV.ll ...... j j ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

m - T 22 XEDB3 13-fiLIjT XtAKIG XECDBX003: ISHNDAT MOKNTPTG iaJPTRXL IT, rtf. 1 . fWANT APS"1 !! CASH RATES 10c per lino first insertion, 5c per line ench subsequent Insertion. H 85 No ad. to occupy less space than two linos. Your "want nd." will bo nc ! coptcd and 'phoned to Tho Salt H Lako Tribuno ofllco nt regular j rates by tho following agents: H BRANCH OFFICES Godbe-Pitt3 Drug; Co. ', l 101 Main Street. I ' W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Hj J Corner Second South and State. : I SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 1 1 1 002 South State. H II LEAVER DRUG CO., Gnvnd H Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd "West H ; and South Tempi o. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, i Ull West Second South. H ! WASATCH DRUG STORE, j 6 corner Second South and Third ; J East. ; l W. R, ULARK DRUG STORE, j ' , 11th East and 12tb South, Su- gar House. M V - I' 1 FUNERAL NOTICE. , CLOVIS The funeral services over the remains of Elizabeth E. Clovls will ho , held from' O'Donnell's funeral parlors 1 tlila afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment i ' In cit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

J otttc BAIF TiAiciB TRIBUNE: SUNDAY MOB2TC3TG-, APOTL 17, 1904. 23 S K FOR SALE REAL ESTATE, 5-ROOM MODERN' BRICK AND '! ' r barn. Eaat side, $100. 4-room pressed iSj brick, southeast, J1G00. 6-roo:n frarao, $1000. rfj 5 acres near car line, nouth cast, $1300. 1 fS. -I acre on SUito St., WO. Cromer, 55 East I 3rd South. ul577 jf ! SPECIAL. C acres splendid land In tho city, city ; water, no buildings, beautiful nlto for ,;2 houses, land all In lucerne, 2 blks. from va ,'. street cars, Eo.it fide, $1800. t, Now 7-room brick, completely modem, '' 3xl0-rod lot, Eaat Bide, splendid locality, i7. I i. i! . 7-room frame residence, stnble and out i buildings, 4 fine litrgo lots, 105x157 to alley, ! east front, clly water In houso, 100 bear Ing fruit trees, s.nall fruits, all kinds, ? lawn and shade. This place Is worth $3000; J will sell It at once for $2500. Be Buro and ' I see It. Harrington & Curtnoy, 15 W. 2nd jgL : South. &!' FINEST BUILDING- LOTS IN CLTY, onlv $10 cash. $10 ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

H SUPREME COURT SAYS STATE TAX LAW IS VOID. 1 State Board of Equalization H; Is Limited in Its Power 1 of Assessing. Ciunty Assessor Has Jurlsdlo Hon Where Property of Cor i piratitn Is Within Ciunty, i H guestion Aroso Out: of Merger of H . Local Light and Street Cnr H ' Companies. H H jf Kreat importance is the deolslon H I if 1 rendered toy the Stato Supremo H court yesterday in the proceedings H Instituted to determine the con- H1 fltltulionality of section 2513 of the Re- H, I vised. Statutes of 1899. relating to the H jurisdiction of the State and the cwmty 1 Eoardei of Equalization in the assess- ancnt of taxes. The section Is held to H be unconstitutional and the County Ad Hj sc6sor upliold as the lawful assessor of H I nil property not extending beyond the H county's boundaries. Hj How the Case Arose. W ' The question llrst arose with the mer- H' fcer of the Utah Light & Power and the H Consolidated Railway companies. Under H the section above mentioned the prop- H crty...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

Par! thtU ClfC $(llt CillC Cflblltt j Society and maaazfne section I lljV SALT LAKE' CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1904. H . . t'' a'- ijflJS if is not often that one '-week in Hie tbled'g :'lal life of Salt Lake is marked by Kjjsjree such brilliant events aa took place 'IiItII? ,e week '1ust I)ast- Tnc" Assembly, riiftylie large and delightful reception given "pol Mr. and Mrs. Perry S Heath and the d'55Sferv enjoyable dancing party of Friday lf"g5Vening at the Amelia Palace were all ifiJycnts which will not soon be forgotten 'slcsj' those who attended. Only one largo mT(iJffair is planned for the coining week, ftttMie wedding reception following the e'ls&narrlage- of Miss Laura Bird, daughter EiH3f Mr and Mrs. William H. Bird, and niarrecrerick W Sinclair, which takes IpnSJplace on Wednesday evening at the nojtiaome of the bride's parents. The open-i-'Jl'Alfig of the Country club on Saturday will Uit3floubtlesa inaugurate a series of dcllght iro'dul affairs at that plea...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

11 M i m' 2 t The Salt Lajke Trtbtote: Sundat Moicststg, April 17, 1904. fh I) BEAUTIFUL COUNTESS GIVES WOMEN A TIP , ' ' ' ' Tells Them How to Win a Man's Love and How to Keep ! It ,Whcn They Get It. Iw-jrOvV to hold a man's love? flrfl This world old problem doli I JJ cately analyzed by a bewitching I woman or modern Paris! Such Is A the nine days' wonder that has excited the gay French capital following: close upon the publication oC a remarkable book by Countess do Traniar. Woman's Breviary He Slystorl is Tactics of Beauty," is? the title the Countess (herself ono of the most ( beautiful and brilliant Parislennes) has v chosen for her little volume, and many and interesting are the conclusions con tained between its covers. The attrac tions through wlilch a wife Is able to win and maintain her power over her husband JIme. la Counterae flc Tramar enumerates as follows: Intelligent love. Aloofness. Feminine knack. Modesty. Good taste. Cruelty. Orace. Studied altractlve- I Expressi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

rr.r-- " " The Saif IjAke Trtbitne; Sunday Mojektstg, April 17, 1904: v r " 3 ieocooooooooeoooeo 1 1 Old Fashioned Gardening 1 To Be a Fad This Season :: !1HE almost forgotten art ot par w deninB1 will be taken up by the rt 1 twentieth century smart girl ,;. . JL this year. It Is delightfully j healthful and early English : r and all that, you know, and I suppose ; has come In with the Victorian frocks, poke bonnets and furbelows of our i ! grandmothers. Whatever the cause ' ; thereof, the past few months have seen 1 ' the fair sex poring over gardening ' :' books, reading and Inwardly digesting the whims and peculiarities of the floral world. Under happy auspices my lady ; f will cull her June roses from a trim. i old fashioned garden prim and stately i l with Its box lined walks and boasting (; p perhaps a quaint sundial surrounded f ' by a wealth of sweet Williams and fra- j'j : grant, pungent pinks. I ' She will plant her favorite flowers I ' with a silver handled trowel under t...

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. — 17 April 1904

j , & The 8jlLt!Lake TR-Cbtotes Sujtday Morning, April 17, 1904. , , -: mi 1 H aiaMSiMBBBaiBHHiMBBaaeHHBsa!KaHiKa Tour out-of-town visitors will appro- .f ji 1 T Popular prices In millinery are. appro- m u , . -whlllnc away of an hour or two fl 5,1 I (TJwsual mess omm salei SPECIAL INDUCEMENT I A fj) MfMlA fO") A liHl jl SPMNG 'f H jii. when a shopper leaves uic store pleased The invigorating spring days make shopping a pleasure. Gowned in airy, becoming raiment a lady remarked ono day that if sho " 'mj! ' " $ eho win return agram-and ius that sort WOmen throng the stores. Especially is this true at this institution. Indeed it has become a delightful n? Z TZZZ aVrl :',?M5r JmmA " H SWMA of returns that is giving us our big spring . .. .. r L, . mi . . , , ,. , ,. ., , ,. ,. , , our store and-oc, perfectly happj. Wo arc i5MM J$$MUE A ,Zh MrSr! 1aP business. rendezvous for the meeting of friends. The spacious aisles, the splendid light, the tempting displays, always glad to see th...

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. — 17 April 1904

II THE SALTJjAKE TRIBTHsTE: SUSTDtAY MOBKISTG. APKXL 17, 1904. 5 H Ik IH m I 2 ,fr a .fr .fr-fr 5 .3. g fr i- v t' ? ft ? -! S-fr-& v fr 3 fl 4 "ft-v ty $ Parisian Gostumes Destined! For America ; 1 1 I I 3 $00K)OSC00010000 It 1 uaARIS. April 2. The Parisian oLyJi Sartorial artists aro holding 1 what they call a "collcclivite," M. which Is a collected exhibit of toilets dcsigne,d especially for the world's fair at SL Louis. The clay oil open sesame in the form of a neat little card of invitation arrived by post ; ; found me a delighted visitor at the r! salon. '; ' After a cursory glance amonp the Si "creations" one waa lost in admiration of the exquisite work, beauty of color ins" and" perfection of embroidery dls ; played in each of the toilets. A more 1 1 ; thorough inspection showed that there ifS has been no revolutionary movement In fc modos during the past year. The lines M . tho introduction of new materials, J2 trimming developments and in the I ' shape of the skirt tha...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

J 1- Hi! 6 - . The Salt IjaevH Trtorota: Strain 'Vsr Moknin-g-. April 17, 1904. - , , U , , ' ' ' , i . r 1 : .. . .. - - , C3 .. . ' f& j( I Tli feeign of ,Mft IsyL f i Ths Tale of Love Juvenile. a ' ' (By Golott Burgess and Will Irwin.) IR (By Gelctt Burccss unci Will Irwin.) I During- the last sentences of the mys- I terious stranger's narrative, Queen I , Isyl's eyes, gazing somewhat abstract- i cdly over the crowd of dancers on the , floor below, had noticed a slight com n motion at the fm-ther erid of the pavll 1 lion. Thl3 excitement spread rapidly I until one by one the. couples 'loft tho I center of tho hall, and stood watching I tho main entrance. The band atoppod I and in (he sudden silence there came a I hullabaloo from outside: a fusillade of I pistol shots was heard, followed by I ( loud cheering. Through this clamor, I Isyl caught her own name yelled by I staccato voices, as tho new arrivals I came Jubilantly nearer. She turned to I ward the hiding place of the st...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

I! TO! SAW Yincw IBBBDSB! SUjSHDAT MOKSTESfG APETL 17, 1904:. V (Special lo The Tribune. WASHINGTON, April 1G. Senator Jkl Scott of "West Virginia has hud Jb,Y a gTeat many experiences in the yQi West, where he lived for a num vir of years, and ho told of one that kppened to him when he was travel through Iowa that especially muscd those who knew something of ie prohibition conditions In that State, ftnie years ago Scott and a friend wnd themselves in Ottumwa, Iowa, Suiting or a train. They decided to fok around and see if there was any--Uffhs- to slake a traveler's thirst, and S?re directed by an obliging Individual place where there was the following 2jf PLACE FOR NOSE PAINT. jfcA. hand pointed down the stairway iSJad Scott and his friend descended, and i$ew steps further on they saw another l$;fn: THIS IS THE ROAD TO HELL. IjpTolhlng daunted, the West Virginia in and his friend continued on tho Inviting road, and entered a barroom lipped apparently as all other bar 11,1 Shis ere ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 April 1904

B' ' : ' H ! ' " tee Sait Lake Ti gTJ"t Stjkday Mokntstg, Apbh. 17, 190.. I COLORADO BOYS TO INVADE UTAH AND TRY CONCLUSIONS IN DEBATE University of Utah and Colo H . rado College Will Lock ' Horns in Zion. ;i Complicated Labor and Capltat Question Will Be Torn to Tatters by Students. Hovr a College Debating Team Is CThoaen and How Trained for the Contest jl ' " debate between the University 1 of Utah and the Colorado Colics I o Colorado SpringB will take place nest Friday evening. April 22nd. at the Salt Lake theater. The victorl- , ous school will be entitled to claim the H tMamplonship of the BocUy Mountain H, region. Last year the TJtahns defeated H' the University of Idaho and the Colo- ratio people achieved a great triumph j, ,,- defeatinfr the University of Ncbro?- r ka. The coming: contest will show how Utah ranks In debating with the fore most colleges of the middle West and if she s victorious it will open up a new field for future combat. Because of these reasons and also...

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