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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 April 1904

plaoip Raided and Animals Slain B Masked Hen Destroy Three Rmdrcd Gliecp and Burn nf Pood Supply. AMIE, Wyo.. April 2G. Cyrus Srsen, foreman on the Stevens Swell flheep ranch, 24 miles !of Laramie, reported here this ton that fifteen masked men rald Ssheep camp on Weaver ranch, lies from Tie siding. The fore Sfd two herders were tied to a lifter which the robbers killed 300 tf sheep from a bunch of 3000 iff ewes ranging on land owned jj&ed by Stevens & Maxwell. ib, containing the food supply of pp were burned. JFEATS OF ilEHORY. wrdinary memories have at Ithc attention of men of all' ages 'these days a man with a reten imory Id considered to be more or ted- , , fKOOd instances of remarkablo es are to be gathered from the ifof Greece and Rome. Themls- a famous Greek General, is said "jflcnown every citizen In Athens. Mit Otho. the Roman Emperor. !ach of his success to a rcmark inory. He learned tlie name of pldlcr and officer in the army. among other things, rendered popular ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 April 1904

, 6 . ten SajpLjkib Trtbtotej ATediodsbay Moeotng-, Ap:rxl 27. 1904. ji I EXPOSES LITTLE POPULIST PLAN I I) J Democratic Trick to I Desire the Middle - of-the-f Road (Won to Endorse I Roosevelt. But Republicans Won't Countenance I i Any Such Scheme Even a ! Little Bit. h U Special to The Tribune. THE 7 ASiriNGTON, April 6. Nomlna lm tlons for President and Vice s' y President will bo mado again by the Populists this year. Marlon Butler, former United States Senator and national chairman of tlio Populist party, ( makes the posltlvo statement that tho , Populist National convention will bo hold 1 on July -1th In St. Louis. ' The da to Is two days before tho Dcmo oratlc National convention In tho Hamo city, and much comment hns been caused ' by the fact that tho Populists will hold t ' their convention In advance of tho Domo ' crats. , This haa led to talk which, strangely j enough, Mr. Butler will not dony, that an 1 attempt will be made by I he trust Agencies In lcnguo for tho nomina...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 April 1904

j the Salt !Lake Teibuke: TTedkesbay Mobnxisg-, April 27, 1904. 7 f Happenings of a Day in Utah ST 0G DEN Hi TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, 'Iv "?4Sg Washlngton Avc" Tgl SHEPHERD LIBEL CASE IS BEFORE JUSTICE RHEES fecial to Tho Tribune. jOGDEN. April 2U. The prollmlnary earing of J J- Shepherd on tho charge f, criminal libel camo up boforo Justice tbecs at Pleasant View today. The dc faaant had subpoenaed a large number f' witnesses and tho case dragged along lowly tho whole day, nothing of a ma foal nature being brought out. EL SVlllard Scowcroft, wife and three chll rcn, left lost night for Europe on an ex uded vlalt 1, uudge Rolapp and tho other court offl irs wcro In Fannlngton yesterday trying la caso of tho State nguinat W. IL Smith, n- Uic charge o horao Dteollng. Smith s convicted and sentenced to ono year i' the penitentiary. '1 E "V. Glllott, genoral passenger and telgbt agent of the San Podro was in ie city yesterday enrouto for Salt Lake Kim Los Angeles. Funeral services over th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 April 1904

I i 1 8 -The Salt Lake Tribtote; TTEpyjESPA-r Montng, Apbxl 271904. 1 If f"WANT ADSj I CASH RATES v lOc'per lino first Insertion- ! Gc per lino caob. subsequent 'j Insertion. 1 No nd. to occupy less spaco ! J than two lines, j Tour "want nd." will bo nc ! ccpted rind 'phoned to Tho Stilt j Iho Tribuno office at regular j J rates by tho follovring agents: ! BRANCHJjFFICES Qodbo-Pitts Drug Co. p j 101 Main Street J W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., I ' I Corner Second South and StJite. j 1 , SHERWOOD PHARMACY, I ! C02 South State. j I LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand , 1 1 Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Wept j- and South Temple. jj H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, 1 CU West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, ! corner Second South and Third East t W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, j 11th East and 12th South, Su j gcr House. " I DIED. CUMMINGS In this city, April 26. at 10 o'clock at the residence of E. O. Leo. ' 1269 East South Templo street. Mrs. Es ther Cummlng3. aged 75 years. C months and 4 days. Funeral service at the residen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 April 1904

I PERSONAL. B" of! Elko. Nev.. last address Ogdon. fnfif la hertby requested lo communlcato ffidlfttel? wh lilH sister. 1. B. 8., at M Sutter St.. San Francisco, Cal., room K Any one knowing hi3 whereabouts Jul confer a crcat fuvor by addressing ho eame. u1493 DO YOUR FRET PERSPIRE OR inhe? Havo you corns, bunions or chll laJnaT Re-No-Moy Foot Powder cures ired achlnK foot. Send EO cents for a box Ro-No-May Preparation Co.. G2S0 Pane lont. D. St. Louis, afo. uW raUPERFLUOUS liAlK, JuOLEB. UTU, .mnved by X-rays or eluctrlc needle. Lula !rooka. M. P.. Constitution block. U393 J DENTISTS. BR. A. W. JOHNSON HAS REMOVED tlfll-Slg Atlas block. u2S90 nrL B. A. TRIPP REMOVED TO EO0 tJiSaa blk. U&S2 TiR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN. DENTIST. g.g Scott-Strevoll bldg. 'Phone 1S5-I-Y. ' TO LEASE. BRICKYARD AND STONE QUARRY rivlieges. See Perkins. MS 12th E ulU2 pHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. IwOMAN SPECIALIST FOR wOMBN. fculti Brooks, M. D.. Constitution blk. J 81272 It1 ABSTRACTERS OF TITLES. KHE SECURITY ...

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

Hj; 10 the Bait ILasb Tribune: Wednesday MoiQxmG, April 27, I I PARTY'S REWARD II FOR GOOD WORK I Eldredge 1$ Elected l Chairman. H; Former Secretary at Helm H; of Republican County Committee. Primaries for Judiciary Convention to Bo Held May Oth Delegates Are Apportioned to Districts. -- U. ELDREDGE, Jr., secretary of I the Republican county commit i tec, was, by unanimous vote, elected chairman of that organi Hj ation. to nil the vacancy caused by the I death of Dennis Clay Eicbnor, at the fl meeting of the committee held yeffter- day afternoon In the Knutsford hotel. Resolutions of respect to the memory 1 of the late chairman were adopted by . a vising vote. Monday. May Oih, was 1 the date elected for holding the prl Hi marles for the Republican Judicial con- j i , vention to be held May 16th. Upon hly electJon as chairman Mr. H! I Eldredge, in a few well chosen words, thanked the i rSSSBOHBflHHBi members PfflBfllH committee H: "flttfliliHI for tllCr ' alSrlj$&Vi dence placed...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 April 1904

I Of Merest Co (Uomen. U A PRETTY NEW FOTJXARD. H DESIGN BY MAT MANTON. A FANCY WAIST 4696. SHIRRED SKIRT WITH FLOUNCE 4682. ip Sntin foulard In champagne color with bits of a deeper tone Is charm Ins and among the latest and smartest silks shown. The very attractive fsgwn Illustrated Is made of. the material, with a simple scattered design, and Is combined .with a .yoke and bertha of plain silk In the lightest shade, the trimming being applied points of lace and one of the new bandings. e bertha Is a graceful one and the shlrrlngs In both waist nnd 'skirt are iftTiore mn. i or.-.'rr-JIv effective. Inasmuch as the soft silk suits them to a nicety and falls in graceful folds below. To make the waist for a woman Vof medium size will be required 5 yards of material 21, 4 Vi yards 27 or 2g yards 4 Inches wide, with 1 yards of silk for yoke and bertha; to fcmake the skirl 9 yards 21. S yards 27 or 5 yards Inches wide. A May pianlon pattern of waist. No. 4C9C, sizes 32 to 40. or of skirt....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 April 1904

fmr, SAJfIiAXJS TRIBUNEi "WEDNESDAY MOEOTG, APRIL 27, 1904. ffi H i : m I News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill. ) j THE NEW STRIKE j IN QUINCY GROUND 1 t First Appearance of Ore South of Dyko Interests a Cluster of ft Park's Youngsters. Sf OMMUNICATION with the Daly ( West mine ' oflices at Pari: City I i has just elicited the cheerful In f I formation, iid Hon. W. S. Mc- ' , Cornicle, treasurer of the company, yes I ' tenlay, that the new dlscloauro of htgh ! ' grade ore In Qulncy ground is south of I the main dyko by which the zone 1 Is divided, this the nrst exposure of r f ore along that meridian. Telling of researches that led to the discovery, I 1 the mine management describes how I the 300-foot level wna extended to the dvke, through which a hole was 1 i punched, and the ore, which shows as 1 1 much as 100 ounces silver In addition 1 to tho lead, copper and gold, was en countered. When the report closed, said Treasurer McComlck, the drift was ad anclng upon three...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 April 1904

E 1 sl The Salt Lake Triune: Wednesday Moknestg, April 27, I90i. H l Day With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j F 5 fild Scramble in I Chicago Grain Pit ipresslon Genornl That Bull Lead 's i jf If r or Hod Turned Seller Caused N I Slump. I I CHICAGO. April 2J. A large decrease In h ?,vlelblc supply, couples with a decldcd ftj increased export demand, caused a lj! rone finish In the wheat pit today. Tho fa (fy delivery Is up lc. Corn nindc a not ijn of c; oats.'ft-?ic and provision. 7& Sc. In tho face of lower cables thcro h is an active general demand for wheat !J (the opening today. Intlal quotations on U j ily delivery wcro He lower to Yc higher 6 f2 to S2'c H Cho operations of a big trader whoso ij Orations are closely watched by the pit ffl Swd had considerable to do with the jg iys developments. During tho first Sr iur there was good buying- credited to m. A' quick advance followed In prices, "ft 5 July option making a gain "of about MflS " The market thcen decl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 April 1904

I 14 S'bce Salt Lake Trtbttne: TTEpyESPAY Mokktn-g-, April 27. 1-904. , Banqueters Driven From Feast fry Fire, l i names In Skyscraper Give Chicago I j. Firemen Hardest Fight in j Many Years. I' ', CHICAGO, April 26. Flro on the 1 1, twelfth floor of the Boyce buildlnp. 112 ft !; and 1H Dearborn street, which nrobn- ! , bly had Its orlpln from sparks curried n by a hlRh wind from a blaxc earlier In I 'i the evening at the University club ij structure to the pouth. and In which )i ,j first fire three parties of banqueters L ' were driven to the street, has given the ! firemen one of the hardest urIUs they f ( have ever had in a "skyscraper ' The dinner parties, which were Inter- ( rupted. were being given by the Chicago Literary society, the Legal club and by I Dr. James Nevlns Ilydc, who was en- 1 terlalnlnff In honor of Dr. Fitch Cheny ' I of San Francisco. By quick, hard work, the blaze In the Bovoe building was put out before It i got bolow the floor on which It started. The lops...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 April 1904

1 BBfafcU ySfe M jTk M SN? M 4. A Six Hundred Japs Drown 52 5 ftfegP '1 B I 1 " 'lll " .-'Prir 'h117" 1 IlKhas sunk a Japanese transport (L J i Hi, OPS , S 8 I 9 C ffl' Hffl (m- J I A I l 11 ll WLs 2ilto' sa'!' th1 tno JapaiesThaw lMfch w conveying 600 men to -f Jii 1 vJL IV Ik I v 1IL M. E 'll JUL Ifcli urT iiW Iw JW Jlwlw 4 A b own up a portion of tho rallwkv f& ami that nil the troops were M T W W T W ( S 7 dLo'lIn&u rc9u"n,?t H HJF-f -4- V I y V s WEATHER TODAY Rain; colder. jl jfcoL. XLTII. No. 12. Salt Laicis Oitt. Utah, Tboursbat MoKNrsrtJ, April 28, 1904:, 12 PHGES.FrvB Cents pj I M BIGAMY 1 r IPopolar That Girls IBwk Him. Wife in Delaware and rried Another in . Iowa. ,f His Perfidy Refused, to isecutc Him. "but Her Father Did. The Tribune. OINES, la., April 27. Four s In prison for bigamy, the er.ee meted out to Preacher i. Taylor, has created the onsation this section of Iowa mown. ck occasioned by Taylor's o the bishops of his church sldent Handier of Iowa Wes liv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 April 1904

Hj 2 The Salt Il&kk Ixbtote: Tjxuesday Moigstdstg, apexl as, 19(74. , If I, EH I) OF SESSION j!i Senate Listens to a ! Number Speeches. ; Teller Speaks on Question of j1 Repealing the Desert j Land Laws. , Upper House Devotes Day to Consid eration 'of Conference Reports on Various Bills. . ' - otwt ASHINGTNO, April 27. the .it fli tentlon of the Senate, was de y y voted to the consideration of reports of conference commlt- Ilces, speeches, passage or ouis, one ru ' movlnf; restriction on sale of Indian lands, to Which there was little or no objection and an executive session. 1 The session began at 10 o'clock In the morning and continued until late this evening. Final conference reports on ( the sundry civil, general deficiency, ; poatofTico and military academy appro- ( prlatlons bills wcro agreed to without opposition. Speeches were made by Mr. Cullom, Mr. Tayler, on the public land question, and by Mr. McLaurln on the old age pension order and trusts. A resolution authorizing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 April 1904

j XECE SATT liAKW aBtmE: THUESBAT MOKNIN"G APRIL 28," 1904:. 3 THappenings - of a Day in Utah j ml OQDEN Ml TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, 0 use Washington Av.olophono 111 BHARRIPMN PARTY DIDN'T II HAVE STOP-OVER TICKET jjSpeclal to The Tribune. T OGDEN, April 27. Tho Harrlman spe cial arrived In Ogden at 2:07 this aftor ifnoon and left for tho East a few min utes later. Mr. Harrlman stepped from Aho car, but that was all. Ho did not !Teave tho platform. It was expected that ijho would stop lone enough to Inspect the AUnion station, but he did not. u . WMrs. Mary G Coulter denounces the re Stpbrt that she has been debarred from ad dressing the Federation of Women's Clubs Eas a falsehood. Mrs Coulter has Sn her iposscsslon tho letter asking her to ad Idrcss the aieetlng, and she will .speak. f President W, J. Shoaloy of the "Weber ifclub yesterday announced tho appolnt- Imcnt of the following committees: jfc Advertisement F. J. Cannon, Theodore JSchansenbaeh. W. D. Wedell. v. S Con- Fdon Max...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 April 1904

H 4 THE BAUF XAKS D&BimjB: THURSDAY MoiOSISrGr.. APRTjj 28, 1904:. It i' !'; it niltt vlbnm. 8 JMued overy mornlns by Salt Lnko Trib uno Publishing Company. PERRY 8. H, IIEATH, Publisher and General Man y njrer. 1 1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally &n! Sunday Tribune, ono wcck.J 5 I Dally and Sunday, ono month J -CO .' Dally and Sunday, two months ...... -JJJ Dclly find Sunday, thrco months I 2lllr tnrt Sunday, ono yecvr Z'm 5'undn.y Tribune, one year I Sunday Tribune, nix months . ' Semi-Weekly Tribune, ono year j ! All remltlanccn anil business letters U chould bo addressed to fl . TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, b Salt Lako City, Utah, ft S. C. Bcckwlth. Special Aponoy, Sol" U I Eastern Advertising Aront. Eastern or 8 , flco. 4S-M-(-7-IS-49 Trlbuno Bulhllnp. 5 New Tork. Wwitnrn office, G10-ol3 Trlb- , uno Building. Chicago. f No communication In ro'.atlnn to mibll f cation In or buBlne.-ss for Tlio Trlbuno ' shnultf bo addrpssed lo nny Individual or officer of this corporation. M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 April 1904

5E E ' The SaXiT Lake Tribune: Thursday MoRismG, April 28, 1904. 5 ' I Of Interest to domett isj I A PRETTY LITTLE COAT. DESIGN BY MAY 3IANTON. INFANT'S COAT WITH SHIRRED CAPE 4G69. Coats of soft material made with shirred capes are much In vogue for thc wee loots, and are graceful and altogether charmlug. Silk, cashmere, I Henrietta, bedford cord and the like are all correct, and can be finished with I lace, embroidery or other trimming. The little model, however, Is mado of softest cream silk warp henrlettii and is embroidered In the fashionable -r openwork style at the edge of the collar. The full, or skirt, portion of ip the coat Is joined to a shallow yoke, as in the small sketch, and over this H jToke the cape, shirred onto a foundation. Is arranged. The quantity of lL material required is 5 yards 21. 1 yards '27 or 2 yards -H Inches Tvlde. A May Manton pattern, No. 4CC9. one size only, will be mailed to iany address by the Fashion Department of this paper on receipt of 10 cen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 April 1904

H ! 6 She SAgXiSTyTRiBTOrE; Thursday Mqejsttntg Apiitx 23, 1904. , Jj I News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill j I GOLD BULLION H FROM BAMBERGER Hp ' Precious Consignment From the Big " plant Goes Through Town En Eoute to Sub-Trensury. r With a consignment of gold bullion of the value of $15,000 Hon. Simon Bam h J bcrger, president and general man ' nger of the big gold-bearing minus H I at De La Mar, New, cunie In from I camp yesterday mornlnsr, another eon 1 signmcnt of the precious output of two iveek at the new plane to follow him. I At present he reports Frank Swindler, the general mipcrlntendent of the prop j crties and plant reducing COO tons 1 of crude ore dally that affords a most satisfactory average, while to H i swell the present output the manage Hi ment nas decided to proceed at once Hj with the construction of a tailings plant that will enable It to reduce no less than 1 600 tons daily. The tailings, Ud Presl dcut Bambergor, will maintain an avc rage of $2....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 April 1904

m THE SAXjT TiAKTH TBIBTOTB: THURSDAY MOKNTQsTG, APRIL 23. 190. 7 H ?f . pay With the. Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. i e Life in j Wall Street Deals I &d Action of Market Strongly IBggestive of Condition of a Deadlock. I IrOniC, April 27. Today's slock Twas a trivial nffair. from what jta'ndpolut viewed. Dealings foil rther from yesterday' small total, ieitono and action of tho market fongly suggestive of tho condition Mock prevailing before the North burltles decision was handed down 1'Suprcmo court, and which re n reducing the total dealings for clay to 73,000 shares on one qc ' Discouraged brokers and traders nost prepared to see that record unless conditions Improve, pw ajid sluggish as today's move ifas, It passed through several va il" showing tho vacillation of opln i the market. London helped tho B advance here by advancing prices MerJcnns there, but offered no sub fclnsslstancc by buying stocks In Hci The heavy tone of the Unlt cb. Steel preferred was tho effe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 April 1904

K I H i .3 tome: SaxtLake TRrBixtra!: TktnRSPAY Hotostsg, aphll 28.' 1904. Jm I, puSlism SPORTING NEWS baseball I 1 GINGER NEEDED BY TIE SAINTS I Flay Well, M Infants I Play Setter. H Second Game of tho Series H Goes to Beise by a H Close Score. Hi tocals Lose Because of Tholr Innbil- ity to Hit at the Right Time Change in Llnc-Up. "JR IT 'C LOS KEY'S foundlinR-s captured a1 tho ccconil gamo or the series at Q "Walker's yesterday afternoon, and Hi A'JIL the team from Idaho atlll heads the lcaguo with a perfect percentage. Tho l Boise stick artists were again In evidence. sccurinp a total of ten hits, two of which were doublc-sackcra and one a lonir drive f H for thrco cushions. 1 1 Tho Elders collected -fel seven, but they were fa&7f too far apart to do ' 'L l much business, ex- T- fcy cept in the eighth -r limine. Starkcll, for ' the visitors, was C-JL s o m o-w h a t of an V fj Vp 1 enigma and struck A out five of the local U STJaOS', hatters. Tho final vli Hcoro stood: Boise ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 April 1904

pen Key Will Open St. Loiiis fair sident Roosevelt to Touch the In- strumcnt StartinMachinery in Motion. ntT. LOL'IS, April 7. All arrungoiucnts S liavo been perfected for the Postal 'Telegraph company for transrnlt linn to St. Louis tho electric cur f&io be started by President Roosevelt tfthe Whlto House, which will formally pen tho Ixul3lana Purchase exposition SlXpril 30Uk lo separate currents will pfuscd to guard against posslblo Inter srenco by storms In any particular acc of tho country. The ilrst will run oxn Washington through Cumberland. Knimorc and Indianapolis to SL Louie, nd the second from Washington through paltlmoro, Phlladclpliln. Harrlsburg, attsburg. Cleveland and Chicago to St. v. . uls. 'Sho key to bo used by President Roosc (Tf to start the current on its western mrncy Is of gold, and after it nan been Id by President Rooaevolt It will bo reented by tho Postal Telegraph com iny to President D B. Francis of tho Torld's fair ... Tho telegraph wires will bo br...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 April 1904

' 10 The SAirLA&s THm&Erai TbcuSsdat Morrifg, AprtXL 28, 1904, j j p'WANT APS" I CASH RATES , ' 10c per lino first Insertion, j, Cc per lino each subsequent ! B tnccrtion. !l No ad. to occupy lcs3 opaco tnn two linos. l "Sour "want ad." will bo nc- j cepted nnd 'phoned to Tho Salt ! Za.ho Tribune office at regular j rates by tho following agents: j' BRANCH OFFICES f Godbc-PItts Drus Co. V 101 Main Street f W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO,, !' Corner Second South and State. ' SHERWOOD PHARMACY, I 502 South State. LEAVER DRUG CO.. Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd West and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, Gil West Second South. WASATCH DRUG STORE, i corner Second South and Third East W. R. L'LARK DRUG STORE, " 11th East and 12th South, Su gar House. .- DEED. GREEN In this? city. April 27, 1001. Ircna Mnv, wife of C. O. Given; a na j tlvo of Kansas; aged 20 years. Hl Funeral services at ODonnolfs funeral chapel nt 2 o'clock this afternoon. Intcr ment City cemetery. Friends Invited. EP....

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