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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

(Part Orce . dHt KC tibtltt( j Society ana magazine Section jj I " SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1904. l 5 poked-for festivities of the early exo slow Jn coming1 and society inlng to despair that they are to ttcd altogether. Even the open Klie Country club, which vas an (? with such pleasure, had to be fcl on account of the very dls I& weather winch hao prevailed Jho week. There was hut one fining: affair last week, the re Dllowlng the Bird-Sinclair nup number of afternoon affairs eluded In the week's calendar. Ifrre Important bc-lng the tea of Asfy afternoon when Miss Salls tertalncd for Mips Nason and ktrke. and the 4 o'clock tea given rijohn E. Woodward Friday af jKor Ml5-s Burke. Save for the jftpt the Country club, not a sln Tgnt of an abse Is planned for the jfjCwcek, ar d only a few wmall and lvafterr.o n parties are thus Inv (GOiarming Afternoon Ten, Blanche Burko and Miss Ade 'fason were guests of honor at a SfilEht-ful tea on Thursday after 5S3 Salisb...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

2 The RtTpTiAing Teibhni3: Stustday Moknin-g, April 24-, 1904:. j New-Form Woman in Making Up I M DooMSessIy. Tends to Wasplike j I , t f I ? ' ' T T l r T T T T T 1 IT I I ' k'j , (New York Ilcu.ild.) jfi jt "Woman is seeking to dellnc her. waist j ; line once more. The "stralRht front," '"' , j as It has been Interpreted for several lj vf Koa-vons, ts a sartorial heresy at pres- I li jt, ent. "Tempora mutantur, et nos fj ; ' mutaimir In 1111s" Is nowhere so true as j J f ' ' in the realm of fashion. To be nccord- ! U;JI Ins to tlio mode women have had to f'i ; 1 change not only the style of their drew, j .(',.; but their physical proportions, 'i .' Soring frocks this year revert "to the u days of our grandmothers In their most ' (! f! pronounced features. The bodlccy, fitted i ,,hl . trimly from tho waist line to the bust, ,i';f suggest the buckram that made the I llgure for fashionable ladles three- , ifii! "luarters of a century ago. The ex- aggerated bouffant effect has disap- ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

I r03CE SAIiTiiAJOil XJRrXnSTEf JSTOHDAT MOItSnDSTGr, APRIL 24, 1904.' 3 I P&xis Predicts Season of Lace j I. April 3. Paris Is gay with the life and brightness of her pprlng season. These months at " the capital arc attracting each ear a larger number of smart merlcans, who haw charming apart lents on the fashionable avenues, In -hlch they entertain lavishly and spend melt of their time selecting toilets for ic London June season and the sum ler campaign at Newport. In the artistic world the election of arolus-Duran to succeed the late M. erome as a member of the French cademy of Fine Arts was an interest ig cvenL One of the traditions of the cademy Is that candidates are never lected on their flrst presentation, and . Is a curious fatality that makes Car-us-Duran Geromc's successor, as he a3 systematically balked In his at smpts to enter the Beaux Art3 by the lan whose seat he now occupies. Above thr flotsam and Jetsam of other llnga there Is always In the fcmlnlno ilnd the Im...

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

')! 4 THE SALT XiAKE TREBHN"E: SUjSTDAY MOHNESTG, APRIL 24, 1904:. I'm ' i ''Jli f Charm in Precious Gems jj I 1 Agairnh the Ills of Life l ' !Hjli: ,. jfrii' Many of the precious gems that nrc i f . eo highly valued as ornaments were 'if'!!'' "ce supposed to possess curative pow ers. The amethyst, for Instance, wns the stono of temperance and sobrloty and was said to prevent the wearer from strong drinks and from Indulging in too much sleep. Further, It was be lieved to quicken the wits and drive vapors from the head altogether a most desirable gem to have about one's person. Amethysts should certainly become fashionable. Pearls were ad ministered in cases of consumption, and, when powdered, were recom mended In tcn-gniln doses to strengthen the heart. Besides these virtues they wero believed to fortify the nerves, euro weak eyes, to keep the body sound from tho decay of old age and even "a cor dial to resist the plague when taken In doses of six grains in water sweetened with mann...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

The Sait ILake TRiBiosrE: stotday MoKtmre. April 2d-, 1904. 5' I f Original Breakfast Dishes Fike j Bsrt HE autocrat of the breakfast ta I blc exists not only In the flctl- tlous character of Oliver Wen dell Holmes' hero, but in the flesh at many a matutinal meal, I ' where human nature Is Bald to appear y i ; at its worst. The family breakfast In reckoned and In frequent cases wisely J i I one of the most trying: ordeals of ov- S eryday social intercourse. At thin meal l j ; character may be better judged than at J ' any other time or )lace. One Is then In S the bosom of one's family and off guard, ; ns it were. There are various spccl f 1 mens of this autocrat, but conspicuous ! in the Hut Is the busy man who makes ' ; it a rule to sit down surrounded by the ( ; s family to his coffee when the hands of the clock point to exactly tnn minute? before 8 and regards himself .as lost If ! ; kept waiting a second, On the punc tuality o'f this sacred rite hangs the ' business of the day. ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

II Special to Tho Tribune I " 117 ASHINGTON. April 23. Demo- 1 4' i ll " M CI-ala Kenerally feel quite hope I ''j ff ful, but not confident. of. buc- I , , cess this fall with Judge Alton I ' ' 1 33. Parker as their standard bearer. It I V , I is certainly uurprislng how unanlmouB I 1 ! ' seems to be the opinion that Parker 1b 1 ("I to ba nominated and the general oatls- I ' . faction expressed at that outcome. I E,!' Democrats who do not ilka Cleveland 1 J nre rather pleased with the lndorse- I mcnt he has given Parker. It has of- a ! ten been said that there were 100,000 I 1 , voters In New York Slate who would I ,( not voto for any man except Cleveland. P ' This was repeated to a Southorn Demo- i' crat recently and ho added: "Or somo I one that Cleveland tells them to vote , ' for, Tiat Is tho reason- his lndorso- 3 1 ment of Parker Is a good thins for tho , i party." "We may not elect our man," said a I i Democrat to a Republican, "but Parker i , I will hold the party .together ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

'lHE SAM XlAKE IIHBTOE; SUNDAY MOXOSmG APRIL 2-1, 1904. 7 , jpj. The Tale of Love Militant,. j mil BY aEL-ETT BURGESS -A.IND WILL IRWIN. S jjjg jpyrlght. 1003, McClurc. Phillips & Co.) to j jfVas a May day of that entrancing ql to' which comes to California skies S ?r the last rain, bringing with It the j Furance of continued fair weather, "'i h the two adventurers set out on jl ilr, auest for Norine. The meadow ka pang In the fields and Isyl sang, ! snatchcs of songs quite as prettily. I nothing new and fresh and glad had no Into her eyes since last night f 8s looked slyly at her companion and ' fH little wiles to make him laugh. needed small urging and every I ) Ue sank deeper Into her heart. V ilrthey sped, In a. furious little auto- ' bile runabout, over (he level roada of 1: .-'Santa Clara Valley through miles T ripening orchards. To the east the & ist range culminated In the peak of 5 junt Hamilton and, through the clear fant air, a white speck, the Lick ob- Vatory gli...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

H " J l 1 ! . W HI QUESTIONS, ANSWERS ) I J I IJJ'l 1 To the Ogdeu "Subscriber" who asks 1 a Ullv I about certaln'books: Send us your namo I ' j fjjjj I and wo may bo ablo to help you. I f I SALT LAKE, April '20. Whore can I , ' send for Information for the culture of JhIIJ Silkworms, their habits, etc.? Sub- j'l, II 3 scrlbcr. , I To the United Stales Department of I Jjji Agriculture, WaHhinglon, D C. ' jlr ' j)1 SALT LAKE, April 17. Can the , Jus term, "A duck's feathers nhed -water," ihj meaning that water does not soak y, Ij! through theni, be properly used? A i i i Subscriber, v, j k j'S "While they remain on the duck, yes. l I S' MACKAY, Ida., April 15. Is an ex- ,1 j) IJ : soldier" of volunteers exempt from poll- 4i jiif"; tax? 2. Is it a law applying to all 1 of the States or part of them? If not r-nk ' i'H. what States have the law? F. ' I'll t Yes. 2. It is a h(w only in the States '. it'll' which have made it so: in UUih and Inf' Idaho, ' and probably others; to what ' wM...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

5 Trip. BAUTIjAKE TKtBTTNEi SUNDAY MomOTNG. APRIL 24, 1904. . 9 ft THE "WAYS OF SEEKING. 'Four Roads to Paradise. By Maud Wilder Goodwin. With Illustrations by Arthur I Keller. Published by tho Century Co.. Now Yorlc 1 jfX study of modern alms and men. Tho I jplpt Is said to havo been suggested to tho iauthor, Mrs. Almon Goodwin, by this pas ysao from tho Talmud: "Four men en tered Paradise; one beheld and died, one $lcst his senses, ono destroyed tho young (plants, ono only entered In peace." In tHls story, after the preliminary chapter, Lfour met! at a club lunch In New York f'discloso to ono another their Ideas of jheaven, One thought It best to havo his good times on earth, making his own toicavcn right here. Another thought the jbest ambition was to learn something of Jtjjo laws of life and of nature, work be jlnjj the best thing for man in the brief span of his existence. Another's ambition vas to get through llfo with as llttlo In terference with or from his neighbors ;as pos...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

; !' 10 , SAM IiAKB TRIBTOTE: teOKSOKG, APPIT, 24, 1904." - 1 , f j'll IWjj ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK l Salt Lrake Theater Rose Coghlan in J! 1, "The Greatest Thing in the World," 1 (, !, Thursday and Friday, t J II'1 Grand Theater "Man's Enemy" first I ' j'!', ( half of tbo week; "A "Woman's Sacrl- j'.':"' flee." last half, r c'-r ' ) 1 - Rose Coghlan will ho at the Snlt Lake ijlMil Theater on Thursday and Friday in ill , "The Greatest Thins: in tho World." i ), i This play is a Btudy in mother love. p The story, says tho advance man, "nor- Uj. ;! trays three romances, and throush It Wit' nil thero runs the purpose to analyse ' , jjl, the sentiments and emotions which I ; ! may be awakened in a woman who is ' i responsible to her Creator and her own " !'.' !; better self for her son, who is a victim i of a criminal inheritance. Rose Cogh- I i lan has scored a personal triumph in i her fine performance of a delicate and ( jul most arduous part. A woman less con- 'ij! ; fldent of herself...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

The Saw Lak 'TitiBimE: Sunday MoKsm&, Apee, 24, 1904. 11 1H f With the Music Folk j f j 7 4 I Pryor a Bandmaster. iXrthur Pryor, so well remembered as Sformer Salt Laker and later trombone iololst In Sousa's band, has assumed a Jew role In th"e paBt lew months and Is ibw a successful leader of a famous and at present engaged in giving- con certs at Asbury Park, N. J. His season bbened at Philadelphia on February 19th and will continue about forty . fecks The band has a ten weeks' en- iacement during the summer, will jrobablr be heard at the World's Fair, thd later will tour the "Western States, 'eturnlng to New York about Dccem- icr 1st- , , Extracts from a long review of the ire of Mr. Pryor, appearing in a recent Bue of the Shore Press of Ashbury ark, N. J- will be read with Interest jy Mr. Pryor's hundreds of admirers in tils city; JfMr. Pryor Is a product of St. Joseph, jo from tho lund of "You have got to Show me," and this artistic tempera l Sent, coining from the Missouri...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 April 1904

b m ';!' 12 The Salt LaKB Tbxsuns: stikday Moiqsxstg. acti a-i-, 1904:. , ! , ! ROOSEVELT'S ranch cabin! if! ISSr EXHIBITED Iljj'j Spoclal to The Tribune. (J j, ST. LOUIS, April 215. One, of the ob- I l jects of greatest contemporary Interest l( j i( at the World's Fnir Is tho log bouse In ,f' Ml' which Thoodore Roosevelt lived for two i ; or three years, in Billing; county. North . I J 1 ' Dakota, when ho was a ranchman and f cowboy. This old ranch house was I ' i , . purchased by the Statu ,o North Da- m 1 1 1 fcota and has been removed to St. J j ! Louis, whore it Ss.set up In the space J occupied by that State on the lloor of 5- ' the Palace of Agriculture. The house is built of logs, with a sou , roof, and is twenty-four feet long- and ' . fourteen feet wide. It contains three u M, rooms and an attic. One of the rooms IJ s was occupied by the future President l ! ns a bedroom Another was used as a living room, and the third was the kitchen. In the attic slept the men em ployed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 April 1904

Yo:l. XX. YI. No. 375. SAXiT Lake City. Utah, MOjSTpay MoimxyG, Apiiix 25, X9Q4-, io phges.fivb Oeots h bead Thief Proves 1 1 to Be Society Man Officer kills 1 Imaskedjrobber ilirfy Shots Fired in I Running Battle, ing Hold-Up Ends In ragedy and Sensational Exposure. 7 JOSE, Cal., April 24. A masked man, armed with two revolvers, en tered the. roomo o the Del Monto Soclitl club at an parly hour this morning and, after lining up against rail six men who wero in the rooms o time, look a diamond ring valued 0 from one. of the men, grabbed up Mfc-or fWO from tho table, then backed 3 Vol tho room. Lftcr a pursuit by citizens and police (J fting an hour, during which more than ip shots wero exchanged, tho robber a' Anally killed Upon Investigation tho .Ja '& man was found to bo Bert Thorn $ ke, a prominent young man of this city. 59 tjjwas about 1 o'cloclc when tho door jl iper answered the knock at the door, Malon opening it found himself looking jjJoJthe barrel of a big six-shooter....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 April 1904

- I H'J'j x - THE SAliT liATCE TRIBUjSB: MONDAY MOB3SIrs&, APRIL 25, 1904, Jll I' Spccliil to Tho Tribune. Vi MTASniKGTON, April 24.-Factlon- i j.J, ml al politics In Ohio is exciting ' somc attention hero just now, Hi, I owint' to Indications that Scna- i ! S tor Dick Is taking; up the fight where ' pi ( Senator Hanna laid it down. There J 1 !j never was any real friendship between t ' Hanna and Forakcr. and as soon as the , J' former died the latter began to lay his ; ..J , plans for taking control of the Federal i i patronage in the Buckeye State. ' With the cordial friendship of the ; - a President, it seemed likely that the '! Forakcr faction would have things all I . )j its own way, but now Dick has stepped , ' ' In and the trouble is likely to begin. ' 1 About a week ago the President nomi- 4 ; nated Charles A. Judson to be collector of customs for the port of Sandusky, IM o. Judson Is a Forakcr man, and no 1 sooner had his jiomlno tlon reached the . lf Senate than Senato...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 April 1904

Iprice of Gown leadsto a Fuss l jfa Wanted New Spring Outfit, f Hubby Couldn't See It That I f, '( Way, and Tied. n f ft . 'Spcclol to The Tribune. ' Eff YORK. April 24. "Stop hlml i' Police! Stop him! Ho tried to jjW phoot me!" screamed a scantlly drcxacd youne woman as she rushed I ' down "U'cst One Hundred and R :Twenty-flfih street In pursuit of n. fleeing ill ETJre Tlie woman was clad In a silk '4 j petticoat nnd houso slippers, her bare IJI, jarnis pink with cold, hor Kolden hair whlp j pins tho air streamer-like, the object of 1 funeral ctirloMlty. Two patrolmen Joined , s 'in the pursuit and the man caupht a 3 Southbound Madison avenue car. Hero he j? rthrew tho pursuers olt by taking ndv.-i.n-d ' tagc of tho mLstako of tho forrmiost officer ff j 'in nrrcstlns' :uiothcr paseongcr. j ; i "That Isn't my husband!" cried the al ' most brcathlos3 woman. "That Is not the IffWn you wcro chasing!" mVjL Tho husband slipped out the front end, tthiftjumpod for tho platform, and tho tro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 April 1904

The Saw Hake Trtbtuct; Mokdax Mokning, April 25, 1904. . j Issued every morning by Salt Lako Trib une Publlahlncr Company. PBRRT B. HEATH, Publlahor and Qajwra.1 Man aplr. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, one wcck4 .!S Dally and Sunday, ono month l.w Dally and Sunday, two months ...... --00 Dally and Sunday, three months 3.00 Dally and Sunday, ono year l-.W Sunday Tribune, ono year 2.00 Sunday Tribune, six monthn l.w Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year l.w All remittances and business lcttern ebould too addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lake City, Utah. S. O. Bcckwlth. Special Agency. Sole Eastern Advortlnlnc Afcont. Eastern or flce. -M-45-7(S-l9 Tribune Bulldlnff. Now Tork. Western office, ClO-BLi Trib une Building, Chicago. No communication In relation to-publication In or business for The ,Tr,b,un2 should bo addressed to any individual or officer of this coryoratlon. Matter relat ing to publication should bo addressed to the Editor of The Tribune, and commun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 April 1904

lW 'hwh1 iffp hhh! lE The Salt Lake Tribtote: Mootday MoiumrG April 25, 1904. , 5 H 1 PLAYERS UNDER ARREST Fork Officials Will Make 'a Test ase to Decide Sunday Base ball Question. ' YORK, April 21. Whether the X of baseball gamca In Greater New n Sunday la Illegal fa to be decided rst case, tlio first step In which was today under Instructions Issued by Commissioner McAdoo. c outset of the game at Wafchln&toii 3rooklvn, today, tlio pollco arrested Poole and Catcher JacklWsch of me team and Frank Roth of the lphla team after tlio llrst-nanied "tched the second ball. They' woro 3 with violation of the penal code prohibits racing, gaming and other sports" on the first day of tho week. ?r Hanlon of the Brooklyn club jbstltutcd Thatcher and Rltter as a! battery and the gamo proceeded L further Interruption, es the players, threo sollera of nrds also wcro arrested. Comnils McAdoo recently mado tho statc hat ho would not permit tho play games In Manhattan, but that ho permit such cont...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 April 1904

6 Tele Salt Lake Tribtotb: Monday Moioteng, Apbjx 25, 1904 . 1 I News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace a"of'''S I FATAL SEARCH FOR MICA MINE WM jTe-sv Bailroad May Rovivc Project Which Ended Disastrously in Among the mining opportunities which arc likely to bo presented by the construction of a railroad througn the northeastern conicr of the State Is the production of mica-. Tlint this aub stance occurs In considerable quantl IIck In the cllffa nlowr Green river, above Latloro canyon, has been known for many yearn. Tho Inst serious at tempt to develop a mica mine was made In 1S01, when throe prospectors visited this section. They went in overland, picked out Rome line samples and decided to go down Grcon river through the canyon on a raCt In order 1 lo determine the feasibility of trans- Hj porting the crude mica, in tho same Tho moneyed man of the parly at tempted to make the trip in n canoo and was drowned. His companions on H the raft were wrecked and escaped from the canyon only...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 April 1904

ESECRET SOCIETIES. J L O. 0. F. nten Colfax. No. 1, Patriarchs MIU 5 wnftH-cd tho .beautiful degree of . illor on eight patriarchs last Tues !1 Evening at special cantonment. This ft ta srowlng fast and It bids toir to 6 be chief aim of the younger Odd Fcl 2f to bocomo a member thereof as soon 5 oealblo after he Is initiated Into this S'lrrh encampment. No. 1. will meet in i lar session tomorrow night and as il may bo work In the royal purplo do- Vor Golden Rule. No. 2. tho captain of legreo staff requests that every mom Si f iSkoClodsc, No. 2. had work for Its i ifBtaXr In tho Initiatory degree last ! vr night and It was complimented by I Sfeltora for the beautiful and Impres g Seiner In wlilch the degree was t a annual observance of the annlvor- S iofthe .founding of Odd lJlowship Ljnerlca will occur on Thursday, tho 1)1 X the largo uppor hall. Tho regular ,1 me will bo given. Interspersed by i cattracUvo numbers and In tho dance i fln ground floor a ball will bo given 1 Woh tho a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 25 April 1904

8 The S.axiT Iakje Trtbtpnte: Mojtdat MoiusrnsrGr, Ajprxl 25; 190i. -1 If" WANT APF CASH RATES 10c per lino first insertion Be per line each, subsequent Insertion. No nd. to occupy less Bpaco than two Hum. Tour "want nd." Trill "be ac cepted and 'phoned to Tho Salt Lnko Tribuno offico at regular rates by the following agents: ' BRANCH OFFICES Godbc-Pitts Drug Co. 101 Main Street W. H. DAYTON" DRUG CO., Corner Second South and State. ! SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 5 G02 South State, LEAVER DRTJO CO.. Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West and South Temple. I H. A. HANSEN. DRUGGIST, j Cll West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, I corner Second South and Third I Enst. I W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 11th East and 12th South, Su- gar HouEe. I I DEED. DIED DAVIS At 14o North Eighth West street Mils city. April 11. 1904. oC cancer. Marj M. Davis, wife of John G. Davis anc daughter of John and Mary Michael horn January 1. 1S30. In Llnnclly. Car marlhonshlre. South Walos. Came t Salt Lake City Jn 1S66. Funera...

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