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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

nffi V WEATHER TODAY Probably fair. " 1 " " ' H I t I t H H H IH f H , Votj. XL.VI. No, 374. SaXiT Lake City, Utah, Stuspay Mobisin-g-, Aphil 24, 1904, 32 phges.-fivts cents II fULS BAKE I DURING SLEEP Ivisit and Chat With 1 Other SouSs. ah the Body Half Con cIous, the Physical Brain tviews Past Events. don Theosophist Gives His De- ftions After Scientific Investi gation of D roams. !Jfeal to Tho Tribune. BBW YORK, April 23. "Do aouls f,Eo visiting?" was tho question M that Charlefl W. Lcdbetter at mT tempted to answer before a large Licnce tonight at Genealogical hall West Fifty-eighth street ijv.Ledbettcr Is from London, and Is JUng this country under the auspices Ahe Theoaophlcal society. His con (felons, he Bays, came after years of Intlflc Investigation of dreams. As a Ult he makes the following deduc sS: EThat the soul of a true man leaves (body during sleep and may be then fc or leas fully conscious according Ihe degree of its development, and ucapablo of receiving Impression...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

j; ' 2 THE SA1TP KiAKE TRIBUNE: SlHSTDAT MOTKXING, APIfJLX 24, 1904. ;L II 1 ; men- In the Mormon church regard the 1 if'.'i practice of polygamy? I'll)' "I think the young Mormon men and 1 1 1 ' women, too, arc opposed to the practice II j-j I I " strongly opposed although I confess I f I 1 that I cannot understand the power thn I 1 2 t s church Is able to exert over them. I bc- I 1 i . Ileve, however, that If tho church au- I , 1 I , thorltles should attempt to re-establish t, it U ! polygamy, by revelation or otherwise, I " 1 1 i . there would be trouble." I i.. Ml In regard to continuation of polygn- I U'j mou3 cohabitation, Judge Powers said I , iji that eome look upon this condition with I . H S tolerance, and others with open hostll- I li 5t-v'- i H i i (; Several Senators engaged in the dls- I 9i i; cusslon of the future of polygamy and I I 1 Judge Powers said ho believed the prac- I ti I ' ' tice could not last any more than could I slavery. Continuing he said: I T' (Jill "...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

""" " I Tbh Salt IARE Trxbtonbj Stjnday Mokning, Apiux 2d-. 1904, 3 Salisbury loses i important case (lupxemo Court Holds Tbuit Estato of I Maroni Williams Must Bo Paid t . $5500 and Interest. ' J SALISBURY, according lo a 111 1 de-rcc of tho Supromo court, lj9mu3t pay to Kate GuthclU ad I mlnJRtratrlx of. tho estate of Mnronl Williams, deceased, tho sum IJof J5500. together with Interest, as the I balance duo on the purchase price of T mining claim sold by tho deceased Sack In 1SS2. Tho facts In tho case Appear to bo that Williams agreed to Tell tho Poabody mining claim, oltuated fri the West Mountain mining district, J for ?1G,000. Ho received $10,500 down, ftftpd wan to get the balance when the IfSropcrty should again be Bold. Jfcrho abovo appellant, together with tola brothor, Monroo Salisbury, and J. IT. Gilmer, vrero doing business at tho Time under the Arm namo of Gilmer, Jfedltrbury & Co., and they speculated Considerably In mining properties. The fePeabody claim was tra...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

MiiBBiiiliiHMMBil : , il-------i-ii"M ::. ' 1 -H ; : I 4 TBCE SALT TjATCK TEIBTOTE: SUNDAY MORNXN"G-j AJPULL 24. 1904. I i i , . j II 1 SHORT LINE WORK Ijj'jj- IS GOING AHEAD I J : j I ' j j Much Preparatory Work Already I J Done in North Salt Lake Good I Forco Employed. I ' i if OOU progress hntl hcen made in I 'j 1 j! iJ Iff the Improvements that the Ore- I i iv M. son Short Line has been making I I j , in North Salt Lake up to the I r , . time when the storms came to hinder I Ml the work. In the last two weeks bc- I 1 1 I tween StHH) and 0000 square yarda of. the I ! T marsh on the caet side of the existing T)( f , thick had been filled in. F. J. Logan, v'' the engineer' In chargo of the work, has Q t i had as many as seventy-five men at I ' ' work, and the arrival of - the new I ', "spreader," which wis received last rk" ill t week, accelerated the procccdlncs con- 'I 'j siderably. Jt was not quite whf.t was I ,)'. expected, however, and come hnprove- Ji'l ments will have to be ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

:'v. WM The Salt t,attr TRiBiosTa: stjxday jMohntng, April 24, 1904. 5 . . l--H 1 fblo Taxpayers f Pursue Boodlers id Jury Has Indicted Mayor and Is Hot After Several Other I. City Officials. I , fEBLO, April 23. Mayor B. B. thrown was indicted by tho gTand Iiry this afternoon on four counts, hreo charging false pretenses ic alleging forgers'. All the s grow out of pay-rolls in the spartments. Alderman Thomas of the Fifth -ward was arrested mty-three indictments charging iretcnccs In the same connection. I of fifty-two true bills '"was re to Judge Vorhces in tho DIs ourt this afternoon, but the names have not yet been made because tho Sheriff has not ap ded tho accused. It Is gencr lderstood, however, that all the true bills are against city ofll ast or present. The investiga te been in progress more than a by a cpcclal grand Jury, at tho t of tho taxpayers of tho city. r Brown Is a Republican and ion Flynn a Democrat patent Use of I the Mails Charged Angeles Hotel Proprietor Ar res...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

! ( 6 The Salt Laktc Tribtine: Siindat Mokkeng. April 21-. 190 J f i 1 1 I leaned very mornlnc by Sn.lt Bako Trlb-. ',i i uno Publiohlng Company, PBRRT B. J1 i HEATH, Publlahsr and Genral Man- , l ay-r. , i 1 a ' ' , f ji TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. J M Dally and Sunday Tribune one week.? .25 j, 'i Daily and Sunday, ono month 1 ' S;i ' Dally and Sunday, two niontha 3.00 : Hj Dally pnd Sunday, throo months 3.00 '1 : Dally and Sunday, ono year 12. to III' j Sunday Tribuno, ono year I M , Sunday Tribuno, fllx months 1 ,1 Ij : Soml-Weekly Tribune, ono year 1.h I j (j All remittances and buslnons Ittteri ( f J, phould bo addressed to . i,' TMBTJNE PUNISHING COMPANY, a I J M Salt Lake City, Utah. u 1 1 ; S. C Bcckwlth. Special Apency, Bol X , J . Eastom Advertising A'ont. Eastern of- S ! loo. 43-41-45-47-1 S-JD Tribune gu'ViL" 'Ji: . New Tork. Wptern office, Elo-12 Trlb- ' fj; uno Building, Chicago. j j I i No communication in relation to puhll- Vui, cation In or bunlnesn for Th Tribuno , f fl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

v-yNii5fegaffiSteigfil-..ag Ty"'HmffiiBiBBB fly . he Salt Lake Tbtbtote: Sxhstday Moiaro, Ajpru, 24, 1904. 7 iH k of tbe jmcn's gmbs $ XT. F. W. C. 5 fcting of the board of directors Utah Federation of "Women's 0 8 held Wednesday lost, at the Literary clubhouse In this Hi en matters pertaining chiefly 1 pomlng biennial convention of J ral Federation of Women's J8 re discussed. Mrs. Clesson 8. Jj lie anxious, If possible to se 2 delegation of fifty clubwomen 5 id the convention, as Is bolng VI many of the other States of ffl. Resignations of two of the , rt elected delegates to tho bl !j! wnventlon were received and ! Mrs. David E. Hemphill of and Sirs. Sam King of Provo, bfc w Alice Reynolds and Mrs. A. j tier of Provo were elected al- fto fill the vacancies. $ lI amendments which will com ictlon at tho biennial were also i. chief of which will bo tho flng of officers of the General ton from tho floor of the con V( jjinstcod of by a nominating 4 e as has been tho custom here V Tho l...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

8 The 8 axt Lake Tribtttste: Sunday Mobotkg April 34, 1004. HI I Paid Two Hundred Thousand 9 : 1 : Dollars For Her Coronation Robe : Special to The- Tribune. ST. LOUIS, April 28. The Palais do Costume at the World Fair Illustrates the evolution of costumo from early ages down to tho present day. From the Gaul to the period of tho Paris ! i J' . gown the history of civilization Is In timately allied with the history of dross, certain radical changes In tho fashion if apparel emphasizing certain Important events. "Writers and think ers have not considered It beneath them to study the romance of costum- inp, so eloquently recounted at th Pal- I als de Costume by a series of artistic pictures demonstrating the evolution of dress throughout the ages This enterprise was projected and carried to a triumphant termination by the celebrated Felix, once king of Paf B; lslan dressmnkerH. H sent learned an tiquarian to India. Egypt and Persia to buy manuscripts and relics of bygone days, with wh...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

$1 mi ratt TvAKFv tribtotb: Sunday oknttn'&, athix 24, 1904:. fHappenings of a Day in UtahH lOGDEN I JSIlIBTnra BRANCH OFFICE, jyoUS CHARGE FILED MlGAINST YOUNG OGDEMITE to The Tribune. jlEN', Utah, April 23. Fred P. Planz 5uBCd by lira. Mary Smith of nt Ss&nK a criminal operation on hor iter. Edna Smith. lie ivas arrosteu RrlfC Bailey on two warrants, ono vjting- felony and the other criminal .(5cy. Ilia bond was fixed at 51000 on feSbny charge, nnd J30O on the other. Jgfther put up a cash bond and tho lad ilJJJjSlcosed. days ago young Planz "was arrest ,Mf tlJO charge of criminal Intimacy, fttlui roleaacd on ball, bat today an- J warrant was sworn out for him on Hp no charge, as woll as tho one charg jjj&ig'nioro serious crime. S&Englncor Parker opened tho bids IK curbing and guttering to bo dono .Sflclty during 1901. Tho bids wero aa fa: lng Shupe, G2c: O'Neill, COc uSflfcrlnp-Shupo, Csc; O'N'olll, 55c. jSijlned Shupc, JUG; O'Neill, 41.03. Jfcg-Shupe, COc; O'Neill...

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

j ! 10 The Salt ILake Teibtjnej Sunday Mortcstg, Ajpbit, 24, 1904. lM I 'M NOTED ELOCUTIONIST VISITING HERE j j i!i Mrs. Hattie IWorse-Ham- j j I burger Who Is a Guest ") ; at the Home of Her II Sister, Mrs. Shepard Jj A. Benson. . i it i, M f! ! Mrs. Hailie Morso-Hamburser, who V , j , ' E spending, a few days in tills cily , j ! with her sister, Mrs. Shepard A. Bcn- I JI eon, is an elocutionist of ffrcnt ability (' j' ; nnd lw received tlte unstinted praise ( jr! ! of critics wherever sho has appeared. ' K'j !A. native of Boston. Mrs. Hamburger ( had tho host tralnlnjr that the schools ( ' , of tllat clty afford, beinp: a grnduntc ' "It f1! of "tle Kinerson CoIIcko of Oratory and . J U j a pupil for sis years of the present !' if ; president of tho Boston College of Ora- 1 tory. Salt Lakers will have the pleasure I .J of hearing Mrs. Hamburger read at an i l entertainment to hi riven at the First 'MM w : :bm Congregational church Thursday ow ning of this week, and a rare treat la ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

B p" two gt f) $gjf KC CfflHIftt mam mws scctt I ! j i SALT L-AKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 1904. , l 2 g4Htt I 'H i:RT LOVERS RESENT WTION OF CHIEF H LYNGH" :fend That Battle Between lifford and Queenan SilWas on the Square. J$fcs Cnlend That Injustice Been Dona Them by the Order of Ejectment. Is Going On in Other Places anong tho Top-Uotchers and Climbers, all-absorbing: topic of tho week 2 circles has been the action of Lynch In trying1 to drive Perry n and Jack Clifford from the Tho chief's edict camo like a rbolt from a clear sky, for In it of what 1ms happened In times Vno one thought for a mlnuto that Jgwardlan of the city's peace would VWiuch strenuous action. jBy and crude have been the fakes 'jiiltratcd upon the light lovers of ifjLako but never haB the chief of i nffi taken any action In the matter. iTiLar fleure out how tho authorl 3lljfter passing up the lighters who vflpatcd In such exhibitions as the jjit-Attell, Herrera-Downoy and JJlrthy-Daly fiascos, can, with ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

p 12 The SaxtXlAKE Tbibxhstb: siosidat jmoritotg. apkix z4, lyo. 1 I fflxlu8 if ' I FlLD-XgETgAH- JrXwjnVJuj, DEFEATS HIS J. j "jLJ i 1 MAN TO BAT! M Miners and Eiders to r i Meet Today. ' i lj;!r Champions Will Show Salt ' ): Lake Players How to jjl! Open Season. ! .. Game Will Be on Exhibition One, With Jimmie Wiggs Rubbering 1 j for the Locals. jii1 I t NLESS the weather man breaks J J Jj his promise there will bo a 1 I baseball came at Walker's field ' , this afternoon. Last night . '1' the barometer was on the rise and the " Indications were that ZIon would have 1 fair weather today. If a rainfall does ' , 1 not occur in the meantime the Butte M Miners and the Eldera will met in an 'I ., exhibition came this afternoon nt 3 j ; rclock. i Last night the grounds were sticky, . i but there was no water v upon the , ' I ground. This morning the diamond will i' be "fired" with gasoline and sawdust ! and with the- assistance of Old Sol the , field will be in fit shape lor a contest p ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

vf The Saxt Eake Trebunb; Sunday MoitmNG, April 24, 1904. H - W jDay With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j tjjjfrck Market J Is Colorless SP Grold Shipments Announced jjiad Many Small Dealings Mark the Dny's Transactions. aEW YORK, April 23. Today's stock Wjjrket was colorless and Inconclusive. jSTsroall dealings wero transacted at lJe varLitlon In prices and news dc r,0'pmcnt3 wero ignored and "were jjftiout power to move the market. The Hj'figemcnt of J4.COO.003 In gold for HtSjncnt Iarla on Tuesday was an UtirKccd, and probable further shlp rijjpits on that date were outlined. The k$FRture of the contTac'- of 8a'e oC t10 foama canal brings the arrangement tcsithe payments Into the immediate jjQjf of the exchange market It is bo--d Uiat an accumulation of ex- "Sngo bills with tho demand for the Moment in view has been absorbed i, Sffn, owing to the high price at which xcAkngc has ruled slnco the various It-i'gponemrntH of the payments were ' iOfcp. offering a prollt t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

j j 4 The Saut Lake TBiBinoi: Sunday Moxtoxhtg-, April 24, 1904. . J WWm u ' ! - il News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and ojjjlj r.ijji STAR CON. ELECTS ,i !j A NEW HOUSEHOLD I I if i ' Stubborn Fight Terminated Last I J ' 1 1 ; Night in an Orerthrowal of I '' Old Board. I 1 Hi' I ' After a long and laborious session the I ' A , ' nbareholdors of the Star Con. Mining I i . company adjourned last night with a I new set of officers and directors, and I with a determination now that a new I 'IP administration la In the saddle to unite R 'if , In an endeavor to place Its Tintlc prop- I , ; j erties on a basis as productlvo as that I j ( attained by tho neighbors. Whilo tho I , ' ; former administration, against which I jnuch antagonism bad devolopod, went H down, it was with Its boots on and aC- " ter it had fought even' inch of the i j ground. Of the now administration ' , Henry G McMillan was elected presl- i ,1, dent, J. P. Turner -vice-president, and ( Prank D. Kimball secretary...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

Jl THE 8AM TjATTR TBIBOTSrE: STOTDAT MOE2sTQsTG. APEEu 24, 1904-. " ?K " If. C. A. BUILDING fl CORNERSTONE m Bjjjlll Be Laid 2Text Sunday, With 9yropriate Ceremonies of Ad dresses and Music. m .j.-plitT Sunday afternoon at 1:30 the V&Sev. Elmer I. Goahen will deliver Cjllie address at the fourteenth annl yjyrsary cxcrclsea of the local Young .?en'8 Christian association In the rfifko Theatre. Fourteen yearns ago, S'' 1SS' ln tn0 sum. Placo was bold .lt open meeting of the Y. SI. C. A. ;;;$lclty. Tills was addressed by the IcJipJ E. Alien. The records show that 'i&Vit meeting was well attended nnd ..WJie four-fold work of the organlza at the time set forth by different 4l.JtW. ..tichang-s have come to the aseocla &;vfCe that tlm, It having moved from .Zjildt rrn.eu rooms to another, being at tl Kaat S-ond South iH then In th Ilnlrnes Work. Inter In U. fF. Wali.fr building, and still later In the UtahNatIonal Bank building. Hero It remained until last May, when these quart...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

;! :Li 16 The Saxt TjAjob: Ibibtoct!: Stotoay Momsnye-, Apbjx 24. 1904. - I I-. M Several Courtship Curiosities jfljl Told in a lamer to Entertain It St.1 I ' j'jt j ANLT tho other day an English I ' 1m ' Si torso's brother and brothor-in- I , t H j' jl law had to pay 52000 for Uio for- i clblc abduction of her from her I (f j humble bridegroom. The bereaved hua- I i j !, j band had been her father's groom, and I the courtship was carried on -when ho Ml!?! ,; I accompanied her In that capacity on ' ' j ! horseback. "When she had been left by I ! f j '! her aunt ?20,000 she eloped with her -( 11 ' ! lover. Immediately after tho marriage, I 1 '.'! though the gride's father wished them I F'! all happiness, her brother and broiher- I i In-law, with the help of a detective I M ' i who kept the bridebroom In play car- I Li rlcd her off forcibly, and kept her in I i ddranco till her father could convey 1 ! 'i ; her to the continent her vague address I ' t !' 1 1 at present I i T1,Is ca6C r...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

fsbjsbjssj mHWbsbbbBbHbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbw EEMHBI1IIbbbbbMbbbbbb1bbbbbbbbM iHE SALT Yj A TrE TRTBTJiEOS; STOiDAX MoiOT3STG. APRIL 24, 1904. yT H uC . IhbbbbI fcfflEOKET SOCIETIES. Hp FELLOES, ATTENTION! Twill be a meeting for Odd Fel- fBday eve., Aitrll 54, at the Central En church. 3rd Eust and Uh South. W Canton Colfax No, 1 and all vlnlt- ivallcrn will assemble in full unl- i tho hall on Market street at 7 jfiharp. All Odd Fellows and Re Wk111 ocsemblo at iho Barne Urns TSfcbe md procr-ed In a body to tho rW. H. L.EPPER, Commandant. flpfFAHNBWORTH. Clrk. n MASONEL XSTrOENTA LODOE NO 3. P. "Sstd A. M. At Manonlo hall first Juesdor of each month, Members slater lodges and sojourning 'ilRANKP. SHERWOOD, XT. M. ' m C. PIHLL.IPB, Secretary. ! Itch lodge no. i. f. and a. nlc hall, aecond Friday each d' LMcmbcris of 3l3ter lodcea and bo- f brethcr jtf ; 1X5 WE, Secretary. fej IORIATI LODGE NO- 2, F. AND Masonic hall, second Monday each Cot IMembers of olMor lodcw sd bo- f, brethren In R...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

kj 18 The saitXiake Trammis: Sunday Moktog, aprxl 24r.rl904. A 1 '"WANT APS"" ' 1 1 j i CASH RATES J J- ' 1 7 Oo per lino first Inoertlon. . , . ; ; 5e per lino cnch EUbsequent Insertion. J No nd. to occupy less spaeo ' ian two lines. .4 i "Sour "want ad." will bo ne- , 1! ! ceptod nnd 'phoned to Tho Salt ' II' 1 Zako Tribune offlco at regular j i( M rats by the following agents: Vij: BRANCH OFFICES j ! Godbc-Pitts Drug Co. I i-j ' , 101 Main Strcot ! W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., ' j Corner Second South nnd State, U vi''l . SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 1 ' ' ' C02 South State. il LEAVER DRUG-CO., Grand ' ! 1 , ; j Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Went ) 1 i ' ' and South Temple. , I1 ' I H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, , I' ' Oil West Second South. , WASATCH DRUG STORE, 1 r . ' corner Second South and Third ' . ' East. J I W. R. ULARK DRUG STORE, I 11th East and 12th South, Su- J , ' I Car House . Ij 1 BORN. ! RILEY To tho wlfo of Mr. Gcorgo Riley. , j ' a daughter. Mothor and child doing ,i well. . j DIED. fli ,...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

The Salt Ie tiubijict) : sxtnd ay loKNryG, Ajpbxl 24, 1904. 19 "OH SALE REAL ESTATE. A RICIITER, t 19 West 1st South, - Tel. 641. j $4000. m mod , 2-story frame, adobe lined, PA rode, on the corner 1st and R Sta. )m mod . 2-story, brick residence on lot 24x10 rods. $19, ,3Ki roda vacant on Cth East near Mfouth. tmcW rods, S-room mod.. 2-story, brick ijnce, Wwl 1st North St. This lis -iSy a bargain. m mm. yom mod , 2-atory residence on East fclSonth, house In first-claw repairs, would ask $100) for this property. tMom mod, cottage, -well located, near Verlt-, lot 21ixVA rods. Terms can arranged. ?ff $3450. tSrracc, 10 rooms, mod. ana new, 2 lei east of Main street, bring $4S0 rent iSannum. M Very Cheap, .... JBm 2 to 20 lota In Kimball's Subdlvl icar 7th So. and Gth West 52103, M Apricot SU, 4-room neat brick, In house, and lot 3x11 rods.. $229, d East near 7th South, good 4-room tk, largo rooms, on lot 3x10 rods. if $3400, ?tfl49 feet near Temple. ill CT0). joom mod. brick, 2 blocks...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

jpimmiiminiimiBmminHiiiHiHi : , e ;!; ! 20 HE SAIF XtAB32 TETBTOTE: STJOTAY MORSTTSTG-. APKIL 24, X904:. f I BRYAN ASSAILS I V JKPARKER Declares Him Unfit for fl 4 i i Bases His Opposition Upon ! J:i Planks in New-York Platform. , ' i tVTMch Ho Says Is Amhlg-uous, Eva- ; l 1 ffiva, Dishonest and Would D1b- H ' , 1 grace leniocratio Party. Hj ! HICAGO, April 23. William J. i I ' ' jff Bryan addressed a largo audience ) y tonight In tho armory- of tho Sec- ond infantry, at the corner of j t 'Curtis street and Washington boule- i I vard. Tho placo was packed to its ut- ( most capacity, and a largo number of I persons were unable to get through the i doors, fl The meeting tob entirely an affair fl (of Sir. Bryan's, he having rented .the ' ( armorj- and paid all expenses of tho j meeting. He was particular to have it ( .understood that Ills address was not in H' I, favor or against any particular as- .' plrant for tho Democratic nomination I f ' j lor President. His subject was "Tho j tN...

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