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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 April 1904

1 !H m fteE Saip T-aici. Tjsibitne: Thursday Mokntw, Apbxl 28, 1904. 11 H Jfc ' DIED. JftLASHMAN Glendon. tho 10-months-old Kaon of Harry L. and Alice Robinson f-Flashman, died yesterday fro.u capll vSlnrv bronchitis. TOFuhcraI services will bo held from the 'Jfresldonce. C23 West Second North, .it 2 iltorclock this afternoon. DENTISTS. IrR. A. W JOHNSON HAS REMOVED EVS11-S12 Atlas block. u25S0 1DR. E. A. TRIPP REMOVED TO EW S01 Atlas blk, uK2 SDR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN. DENTTST. K6-6 Scott-Strevoll bldg. 'Phone 1S54-Y. - TO LEASE. BBRICKYARD AND STONE QUARRY privilege Seo Pcrkln3. 043 12th E, U1112 PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 2wOMAN SPECIALIST FOR "WOMEN. Lulu Brooks, M. D.. Constitution blk. e S1272 j ATTORNEYS. FRED T M'GURRIN REMOVED rom D. F "Walker bide, to C27 AUao blk. y uSSl 1jw: R, HUTCHINSON HAS REMOVED B rtoms 612-G13-5H Atlas block. ul&i JPA. J. "WEBER, ATTORNEY-AT-L AW, removed to 5th door Atlas block. ulS5 AINTING AND PAPERHANGING. WB WILL FURNISH IT ALL, THE ftbor and ma...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 April 1904

' 2 THE SALT LAKE TjHBTTSTE: Titorsday Mojig, APIUX 28, 1904. ' 1 I WHAT EDDIE KNOX THINKS OF THE REFORM SCHOOL IS "Say, It's groat," snid Eddie ICnox when 5 no was brought In from the Rcforai school nt Ogdon by . Deputy Sheriff Axel Stcolo j, ,! last night. ' Eddie has been granted a now trial on the motion of Attorney Will F. Wnn- J less, who raised tho point that ho could j P jiot be legally sontonccd for-houscbreak- j j lng without a Jury trial, j Jij Eddio himself seems to tnko little in- j threat In tho proceedings Instituted in ' his behalf, j jl i "Do you want to go back to tho school?" R j naked Sheriff Emory. "Oh, I'd just jls soon," said Eddie. J Tho boy's altered appearance speaks i I volumes for tho mothods now In voguo I j at the Stato Ilndtistrlnl school. When : J nrroated ho wan ragged, illrty and neg- . f lcclod. Now his faco is clean, his hair , i noatly trimmed, his clothing olean and f, hla shoca blacked. Ho wears a pretty I j gray coat with Draw buttons and cap ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 April 1904

1 I Paying for the Canal. 3 t U IJ T H -N f Chinese Are Frightened. 4 I feARia April a -Some of tho f JTT I 1 (A X I C j5l a ) a JL. y A. A. LONDON, April as-OTlS Stand- inert imi ' i r "' -Vfg A A. jta-L 9 E3 I & h8 4r laW l flHKX arJ J Tain correspondent re- Kt of WC.o to the Panama J lfeflfm 1 TH I U W 1 E 1 ll llll 1 Ifl V9 f Porto at a itronf .oelrtr jnal comi.Hny for the canal con- 9 I II B sTlS A Q B 51 fe, j 0 H & E ft H 11 1 B I ELt movement, antl-Govcrnmental and Uflon arc Mill o,-i This la du l1 j M M W wSk1 if J 1 H I J ll I j vIL J 1 , II 1 ifi 1 I 8L i anti-foreign. Is In" progress In the C UT V ( V WEATHER TODAY Possibly rain. -r.f.f.f I I Vol. XlA II No. 13. Salt Lake City, Utah, Friday Morning, April 29, T904. 12 PUGES.Five Cents ECEIVER FOR SOCIAL LEADER - osual Ill-Luck for f Rich Woman. pandered Her Entire For tune to Shine in High Society. t j bition for Her Daughters Caused -Misfortune of Mrs. Birdsall I of Brooklyn. 0 The Tribune. YORK, April 38. Recen...

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. — 29 April 1904

tj 2 The Sajlt Tmkk TniBims: Fiuddax MoicsonsfG-, APIXL 29, 1,904. . I Ii i : , transport, Klnshlu Maru, which Incl- I . dent Is much commented on here an i ' I proving that the Japancso placed too much confidence In their command of If the sea, and thc-ro Is no doubt that It j, will Induce greater vlRllance on the 1 1 part of their commanders. There is i some inclination to criticize harshly the i . action of Kcar-Admlral Yeszon, but J1 most of this mornlnp'o papers prefer to I await particular of tho affair before I passing judgment upon It. . j I; The report that the Japanese have occupied Klcullen-Chens has not yet I J, been confirmed. i ! According to the Standard's Tien Tsln I correspondent, the whole country out- ( i' side of the groat wall Is abnormally t ' , flooded, and nny movement of the land l forces Id Impracticable for the present. I' BATTLE ON THE YALU j I; VICTORY FOR THE JAPS f l WASHINGTON, April 28. The fol- I' j lowing cablegram from Toklo has been I received by...

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. — 29 April 1904

I KE SA'-jT IjAICE TRIBTHsTEJ FIUDAT ISlOIGxmG-, APEXL 25, 1904, 3 H ! iff! STATE ' MOST BORROW Auditor Tingey Talks m finance, yioney in Special Funds ! Not Used for General I Purposes, ijfllclal Explains Why Utah Must Pay Interest on Borrowed Money When Sho Has Plenty. With tho object of replenishing the general fund In the State trensury, the State Is negotiating another loan o 50,000, -which. It Is expected, will be :onsummated by the end of the week, "he ironoy Is being: secured from New rork at 3V per cent. The former loan J50.000. made this year, was so ured from a local house; but local loney Is In greater demand now than hen and cannot be secured here nt he same rate oi ' Interest no In tho 'ast. The State borrows money, when t becomes necessary, where It can get t the cheapest But why Is It necessary for the State 0 borrow money? This Is a question eople often ask themselves as well as thers. Why Is It that the Legislature oes not provide against the contin ency of the Sta...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 April 1904

1 1 ' l 4 ' THE B'AUF IuK TRIBOTTEs JBTJEDAY MOKNXKTG-, AP'IUSj 29, 1904. I J Issued every morning by Salt Lake Trib- 1 f uno Publishing Company. PERRY S, HEATH. Publlahcr find General Man- i agor. j . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' 1 Dally and Sunday Tribune ono wool:. .25 , ; Daily and Sunday, one month ....... -W Dally and Sunday, two months -.J" ii I Dally and Sunday, three months s.w j 1 Dally and Sunday, one year i2 ( I Sunday Tribune, ono year -JJ- j Sundav Tribune, six months J-JJJ j 1 Semi-Weekly Trlbuno, ono year ...... i.w j All remittances and buslneso letters Jj i should Iw addressed to p ' TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANT, l' Salt Lake City, Utah. Ji I S. a Beokwlth. Special Agency. Sole- y Eastern Advertising Aicont. Eas'"" or I I Hen. -H-45-47-S-49 Tribuno Ridldtmj, 5 I Kew Torlc. Western office. 510-512 Trlb- ij 1 uno Building. Chicago. K No communication In relation to. publl- j cation In or business for The Tribune ' i should bo addresed to any Individual or ' I offlcer of th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 April 1904

ONE OF THE NEW SILK ETONS. M Etons of silk, brnid trimmed, aro amonp the novol features of the scn 1011 and aro charming worn over the fa-shionable shirts. This one is made d bluck taffoia with rovers of heavy ecru Incc, trimming' of silk braid and Fufflcs of fine not top lace at the wrists. The jacket itself is plain, but tb'e sleeves are laid in box plaits above the elbows that are extended and ipplied over tho shoulder seams, .so giving the drooping line. The qual ity of material required for the medium size Is 3 yards 21, 3 yards 27 jr 1 yards 44 Inches wide. A ilay Manton pattern, No. IG95, sizes 32 to ioJ will bo mailed to any addreas by the Fashion Department of this paper m receipt of ten' cents. g &Bend to Shy Size i Pattern 5To (Ten Cents Inclosed.) As orders aro filled from tho East, it will require about ten days JKfrom receipt of order to receive patterns. AND MRS. A. J. IIOSMER entcr ned at a beautiful appointed dln r last night at which covers wero d for fourteen....

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 April 1904

I ' 6 THE SATT lrA:gK TKraiHsTEl fbiday Mobjscdzg, April 29, 1904, ; i I f News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill I LEAD PRODUCERS Ij ! GET MORE MONEY ; Settling: Price to Be Increased hy Smelter at an Early Dny Hjj J in Juno. Hf J "While the settling price on the local H1. output of load will continue at S3.C0 lsr Hr hundred pounds during. i month of ' ' May, It Is understood that Manager C. ' ' V.r. "Whitley of tlie American Smelling & Refining company, with whom the H: '( producer Is on mighty ir.Umnlc. terms Hl these day?, has up his sleeve something I belter, and In Juno new Jlgures will he announced. That such a etaijKC has been authorized Manager AVhitley l I nor his assistant. Mr. BIdwcll. -would confess, nor would they deny that there v- was to be a change by which the pro ducer was to be benefited. To the Stale 1 and Its ir.ininamps the slightest ad- anco In the settling price on an I output which last year exceeded 120, 000,000 poundo meana a great deal, wh...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 April 1904

pDaWilfa'The "Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, j fed of Money Iin Ml Street i Vaults Pilled to the Brim, but No Demand for Lucre. I SV YORK, April 2S. Tho listless I 51 to which the slock market Is bc- g accustomed was again notably In I ce today. The board room was prac- fjldlo during thv latter part of the I 1 nd brokors were driven to while tho way with such pranks as brokers 1 fono to. With money to bo had on I tfnomlnal terms, thoro Is no prossuro I ybody to soli stocks to realize cash, H oor.o forced to do so would attempt fiio the holdings !n such a narrow f ft- 0:: the other hand, then seems Inothlng In tho conditions or pros- that can Induco the buying of stocks, 1 to of the abundant facilities to bo " ilthn way of borrowed money. .The "5 jueno? 13 Ilia deep lethargy of capl ! Wch the market Is witnessing, with 4 guceses ns to how and when It Pi cttlV.16 aro plain thnt tho outgo of Iwnrlll continue on a heavy ccals, as rs aro redundant and Paris Is call ISerae li"r r...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 April 1904

H,l g tom LAKE TEffBTOTEi FSIPAT MOBMSTG, APR!!. 29, If I, ,: ummm i mi 111 mM ,i !ii 1 i mil mill jj I PUGILISM BASEBALL 8 I' FANS (jET CHANlE TO f ELL I SaSl Lake Starts for I Pennant. (Thompson, the Pittsburg League Player, Is Given Warm Welcome. Locals Win Their First Victory With Hi Wiggs in. tho Bos Weed Makes a Home Run, H H JOT! Oh Rapturol Our own dear a M Elders came out of It yesterday and H M B handed It to McCloskcy's unruly H " Babes by a score of 8 to 2. Tlio Saints most certainly had on their batung garments yesterday.' and tho way they fell onto Thompson's shoots was moat and drink to tho local fans. "Long Jin" 1 i Wlggs made his i initial appeax- unco this year, and the big fcl fc vMl low fully sus- J A talncd his "rep." Cz-f -Ss as a gamo win- T1 7 .SrY"-- ' ncr. "While rather 1 rU wild, yet Wlggs 1 J kept his hits "CTTS ncattcred and Uio r- -jL- Infants woro un i wV "S5M3 nblo to do much L I ( S', vith him. 0S -s When it wan i . -0 announced that fgr-S. Thompson ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 April 1904

The Salt Lake Tribunes Friday mobug, April 129, 1904. 9 CONGRESS MILL ENDS ITS GRIND Wheels Have Stopped Until December. luring Interim Repairs Will Be Made and Machinery 11 ! Put in Order. i 5 fsunl Sc?ncs Enacted Prior to Closing- Down the Great Plant Cm in Capitol. '"Wwy ASHIN 'iTON. April 88. Just as HAl the hands on lock pointed JflVW to rifirntxjn. the travel of bm President FV.i Tern Fhp fell as L jr, , ili. s.-. ..ml m s-mii of the .ilfenai. "f Hi. Flft - 'trhih i 'nngress nd iMnrr die. .fcp(ja j hi continuation of Wednesda - slatlve fiFsion and Immediately af :pward agreed to the report on the UnerK'-nr - r i i .md harbor bill. The hlllpptri'- bond bill. Mt t hj Instance of "Mr. Lodg' , taken up and read at tngn,. ih, h 1 1 measure being suii- EtVlt'-il "l" Sr-n.tte measure Hi filr. Lodt,-e suld be '.'.Diild inn attempt M p pre- bin hi this fie?sion of i on pes5 was aware that there would L Bposltion to certain features of It. , at : i. thai he sras anxious to i fuanl again...

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

IX "WANT ADS'O ' CASH RATES 3 . 10c per lino flrat Insertion. 1 ('' 5c per lino each. 6ubspquent I I Insertion. ! No nd. to occupy less space , I n two lines. ' Tour "want ad." will bo nc- eepted and 'phoned to Tho Solt in Lao rribuno offlco at rogular I ! (l ratos by tho following agonte: t ' ! BRANCH OfFICBS Qod be-Pitts Drug Co. 8 101 Main Street I w. n. daytoit drug- co., j Cornor Second South nnd State. I ' SHERWOOD PHARMACY, I 602 South Stato. I LEAVER DRUG- CO., Grand Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd "Went 3 and South Tomplo. 5 H. A. HANSEN. DRUGGIST. J i Gil We.st Second South. jj WASATCH DRUG STORE, j comer Second South and Third j ; East. ! i W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, jj 11th East nnd 12th South, Su- ' j par House. ( I BORN. I THOMAS T. F. ThomaH Ib rejolclnp over he birth of a flon which arrived at hio homo last cvonlr.e. Tho youngster i weighs eleven pounds end Is the llrst boy In tho family. Mrs. Thomas Is Get ting along nicely. II ' DIED. ' i LODER At his homo. No. 110 West Fif...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 April 1904

r Tttt, SALT TiATTB TEIBtnsrEilFErDAT TSCblLRTETG, APEH, 29, 1904. 11 H jpOOWN AND NERVOUS iRnol COMPLETELY RESTORED III MRS. BURNS' HEALTH. Wruehl & Frnnken and tho Smith XrU Company Agree to Return K Money If Vinol Fails. R'Many people rlcht here In Salt Lake IsTtv arc all run down, hardly able to drne Boudon't know what nils thorn. This Khflltlon is probably caused by a cold or KSffh. which Ia hard to cure, overwork or Ko close confinement to business. Such Koole need Vlnol." said Mr, Druehl, and lie following lottcr Is only one of many Which we are constantly receiving ehow m what Vlnol will do. r W T. Burns of Memphis, Tenn., i is national prcas correspondent of W TL C. writes: "Last winter I cht a severe cold which It scorned lm iiblo for mo to pot rid of. I bjcamo ih run down, lost my appetite and fioeh flt nervous-and Irritable. Vlnol was tromended, and It certainly worked 'dcrs for mo, It Increased my appetite, id br Indigestion, couph and norvous j and I sleep soundly....

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 29 April 1904

I PREMIUM ON ROBBERY IS J j PAID BY SALT LAKE COUNTY II 1 TTv IRTT-FACED Utile youngsters, j I 1 with clothes ripped nnd torn, but ! w with bright eyes sparkling- In an j ' tlclpatlon of the bounty they aro 'j 1 1 to rocolvo on sparrow eggs, have be ll can flocking to the Sheriff's office. They j (, tvatch with breathless nervousness the L j deputy slverlff while lie spills the llt il !' tie speckled eggs out o the can and ri counts thorn one by one. Then they j! ' eagerly Bnatch tho certificate and hns H j ten across the halt to tho County Au J dltor to convert Into cah the little J( ellp of papor. (' I. These little fellows are doing a great w work In attempting1 to rid tho county L of the pestiferous English sparrow, an i unwise importation made many yearn ' 1 ' ago. Under an aot of tho Legislature i an ordlnenco ha3 leen paceed by the I Boord of County Commissioners pro i 1 vldlnsr for the payment of a bounty on i w the eggs of tho unwelcome birds. The ' I price paid Is C cents ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

1 mjfc. i M M JT i S&P M H H For Floating Chautauqua. f 1 ' tt IT f L Til A. A.) A. , A. v A Nero Is lynched. 4- iTcniCAGO, April 20.-Plans havo YM UJ 1 ' I iH I H lW I!- 'IwW itim t BROWNSVILLE. Tcnn.. April 20. Rjn complctod for a "Floating H K Mm 558 ll II -H ll 1 1 lW f I 1 W M 1 11 li MX lo Scary, a negro, was lynched Piiautauqua" to bo eslabllBhcd on 1 1 D 1 S All 1 W A I Mk 1 Vk 9 i M llll'lllv t0dny ,n a romotc part oC Haywood me Chicago river for tlio lnstruo- JM W . fltTk1 (I , I I I . A 1 ill My mcT J L I. 1 lUt, ' & L county. Scary attempted an assault Eh of school children In the gcog- WfcmJ 1 yjM IL'iw JwL 4 'IPE vSbLI JflkK ST WV T NT SW upon the nI"e-year-old daughter of ELy and geology of the city. fS V JM S Y P Jame8 Lco a farmor J: V . JP y V WEATHER TODAY 'Warmer. iyoi,. XIjTII. No. 14. Sjllt Lake City, Utah, Saturday Mobtotg, Apeix 30, 1904, 14 phgE5.fivh Cents H bosevelt mai Iaptie bryam pocrats Uneasy as I to Hraskao. Ir Nomination of Parker lny Cause ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

Hi'1 1 H ;;, -2 ticb Salt LaJCE Tkebtote: 8attjrdat MoKNTare, Apbxl 30. 1904. ; J I Had Hoped for Peace i Willi Japan. Hi ,! Count Cassini Makes Ad H ' missions in Article in HI j, a Wlagazine. Denies That Czar Was Actuated by H v Designs to Possess Manchuria H or Korea by Force. Hp H NEW YORK, April 29. Count Cas- 1 ainl, the Russian Embassador, contrlb- utes to the forthcoming number of the North American Review an article In which, under the caption of "Russia and the Far East," he raakijs a statement Hi of ills Government's position. After briefly outlining the conditions which preceded the outbreak of hostilities the Embassador says: "Russia has never ceased to wonder Hj' , why the Idea that she was willing- and anxious to make war with Japan be came so generally prevalent In the United States. Prejudiced minds or H' those having nothing beyond a super- llcial knowledge of the Government's Hj action preceding the unexpected attack Hl upon our fleet at Port Arthur may dls- H1 pu...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

illi SHOW OPENS AT ST. LOUIS ill Be No Glittering j Pageant. xercises Differ From Those (Marking Dedication of a Year Ago. jj, Will Be Speeches Galore by I Prominent Men, and Keys Will Be Handed Over. . T. LOUIS, ilo., April 29-Bl. Louis lC tonight. ii prepared for the great- -st day In. her history. Tomor II ro-.v at noon her great exposition Si be thrown open to the world. All 5" today and all oC tonight the people ivc worked with desperate energy S accomplish the thousand and one Efes that always remains to he done J the last minute. At the exposition &unds men worked all day putting te final touches on the grounds, bulld rfdewalte cleaning buildings, re "ovinf scaffolds and arranging ex hibits. This -work will continue JTithout cessation until dawn, and it Is confidently expected that when the fair ns at noon tomorrow everything pos sttjle will have been done to advance Jork to the farthest limit of prepara tion. In the down-town streets and residence districts the decoratio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

Hi,; W t, m 1 :r 4 The BAUf ILassj TRimnraK Satukday Mokning-, April 30, 19.01. 11 1 ' Tenucd every morning bv Salt Lake Trlb- uno Publlshlnpr Company. PERRY S. S HEATH, Publisher and General Mun- R 1 ngcr. j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I 1 1 Tnlly and Sunday Tribune, one wcok.J .25 n i Dally and Sunday, one month l.w J 1 1 Dally and Sunday, two month ! Dally and Sunday, threo months 3.W I Dally and Sunday, one year J , Sunday Tribune, one year J.oo if i Sundav Tribune, six months ..- J-gJ t Seml-Wcelcly Tribune, one year J. II All remittances and business lcttern should be addrensed to 0 TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANT, 1 Salt Iako City. Utali. J , S C. Bcckwllh. Special Agency, Sole J Eastern Advertising Agent. Eatern of- P f lice. -I3-41-4C-I7-4S-49 Tribune Build .5' L New York. Western office. 610-512 Trlb- J uno Building, Chicago. I' I No communication In relation to publl 1 cation In or business for The Tribune I ohould be addressed to any Individual or I ofneer ol this corporation. Mat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

II n and Mrs. George L. ye ! and Miss Webber have Issued invitations for a tea at the Uni versity club Wednesday aftcr May4tbP from -1 to 6 o'clock. J William H- CunnlnBham and fTe chambers Dick will be lfat tea at the University St Thursday afternoon In honor FrederlcK Dern. From 3 to 5 &T are the hours and the tea will ge inasmuch as it Is to be the Entertainment given on the roof &iL the University club. afternoon the fifth annual open S the Country cluo will be held, ifpobert Harkncss and Mrs. George Holman to be the hostesses. S'M'irill be Krvca ano ciucl milt an approaching and putting con--JKt the same nour. If the weather Ke there Is sure to be a large .atr 'ill. R Stephen Lyons of North Imn ias.. Is expected this after IE? jina will be the guest of her sis IfJ;,, c S. Vadner, during the (m i of Moy. Mrs. Lyons Is the wife jlT.consressnian Lyons of Maesa 'HftTtand Mrs. Windsor V. Rice will 4riMm Liverpool early next week for Ufrork. They will return to Salt UVabout M...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

HBHHbL B H t 6 The Sam Il&KE Tmbtotek Saturday Morxdstg-, April 0, 1904. 1, If i Some Things That May Happen to "Young Corbett" During His Trip Abroad. , "l I : Mc'Closky's Infants I ' Are Fierce. Have Secured a Monopoly on All the Ginger in This i Jurisdiction. Salt Lake- Team Sadly Deficient in B ' Stick-work, Although. Flaying1 .Well in tho Pi eld. i j PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE. ' ', Standing of the Clubs. , Bolso 31 .750 H ; Spokane 1 SAT I , I Butto 1 .333 Salt Lnka 1 3 .250 H. A LACK, alas, and onco moro nlackl HH fl A For tho third tlmo this week the I f balltossers from Idaho took a reef In K our sails yesterday and let our war- H I rlors down with nothing but a largo clph- H er to their credit. McFarlnn, the Bolso H pitcher, is tho rcsponslblo party, and the H Elders should make arrangements to have H him run out of town or put In Jail If they. Hj expect to do any business. McFarlan had Hj a cholco collection of twists and curves Hli ) i 'n stock yesterday afternoon and s...

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