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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

pfTOlET PERRY IN MAY j tbrty and Queenan 1 1 II Fit. . match Between the Boxers 1 i Arranged by Their Lo '' ; ca! Backers. I teIj -V71U Bo for 500 Sido Bet If (aid Gate Ecccipts Weight ft 145 Pounds. I IJenr McCarthy and Perry Queonon i meet in this city in a twenty-round gfeve contest ou May 13th. Prof. Eddlo i Jblnson, representing Perry Quecnan, V I 5id S. J. Kelly, manager of McCarthy, ' net last evening and agreed to fight the en 0n the above date for a sido bet of raljjtt and the entire sate receipts. A Ijfclt of 2oO will bo posted this aftcr &JbLi and the men will meet this evening Wffed sign articles. Wphi match 13 the outgrowth of a chal ki?e lssned yesterday by S. J. Italy N 'ti behtlf of McCarthy to light Quecnan - it any time and place for the entire - nit receipts and a 5500 side bet, Mc- Srthy to weigh in at 115 pounds at 3 i j'dock on the afternoon of the contest s &The proposition was agreeable to l)unan and his backers, so last even- tar" Kelly and Robinson ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

-HHHHI H 1 8 the a.&vr lake TraBTTKE: Saturday Moknxng, aptxxl 30, 1904; I . '"WANT ADS"1 I ' CASH RATES j 1 10o por lino flrnt insertion. 6c por lino each, subsequent !, insertion. ! I1 No nd. to occupy Jess space I) I ttin two lines, j: j. Your "want ad." will he fte- ; cepted and 'phoned to The Salt j ;' Tribune offlcn at regulwr t Jutes by the following agrecta: l! BRANCH OFFICES f Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. v 101 Main Street f W. H. DAYTON" DRTJO CO., I Corner Second South nnd State. SHERWOOD PELARMACY, I . I 202 South State. I LEAVER DRUG- CO.. Grand I I Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Wwt and South Temple. H. A. HANSEN, DRUGGIST, . Oil West Second South, j WASATCH DRUG STORE, , corner Second South and Third East I W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, M 11th East and 12th South, Su gar House. 1 j DIED. NORTON At Toano. Nov., April 25, 1904. I William J. Norton, in his thirty-fourth Funeral will bo held from I. O. O. F. temple on Market street today (Saturday) 1 at 3 p. ru., under the auspices of S...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

Mm FOUND. i5T TTrALL AT OSBTJRN'S jpcSSlON HOUSES. gffr iS W. 1st South. 12023 opticians? COLtPt DIAN Ouc' opticians. HOOFING. SCCt'uepu So&e Co-40 w-l8t MERCHANT TAILORS. ruth- u a C " g DENTISTS. (Jib Atl" block. U2589 SXiWPP RBMOVBD TOHOj I Atfblk. ZTT SCOTT CHAPMAN. DENTIST. tt-Strevoll bldg. 'Phone 18S4-Y. I ATTOENEYS, JJT ATGUIUUN REMOVED P5B 5 11 F Walker bldg. to 527 Atlas blk. uav. u6Cl 3TTHXJTCHINSON HAS REMOVED S1M&5" Atlas block. ulM It 1 WEBER, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. fcja t65th floor Atlas block. ulSS j' ACC0EDION PLEATING. inNBORST AND ACCORDION K. Mrs. Jenneni.. 47 E. 1st 5o mm P MOVING AND STORAGE, rnSALL'O TRANSFER VANS. MOV ?7toraeo and cora'c'l hauling. 10 W. ;Eo. noc IED1LAN VAN AND STORAGE CO., win, paoklnc and shipping 'Phone K5. ice IS and US 8. W. Temple M6U j&YSICTANS AND SURGEONS. TOMAN SPECIALIST FOR "WOMEN. in BrooW, M. D., Coimtltutlon blk. 5 81272 e ' , a wcution, physical culture Serpon7"ch ifc Udt Miss Plorce and Miss Davis, t, U475 IAKER SCHOO...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

In v r 10 The BaufHake Tribxhot.- Satcgrday Moimrtsra'APioL 30, 1904. I fl BRIGHAM CITY'S ; ; BIG GAS ILL j'i Claimed to Be Greatest ;i in Utah.. I ! Opened by Knudson Brothers ; j While Boring a Weil J for Water. ' I j Grna Rushes Out "With Terrific Force Set on Fire by Ono of Brothers j j ' and Is Still Burning. ' ' fr'ROM reports received last night a ' m largo How- of gas has been struck J near Brigham City and that place Is said to bo In a state of excite ment. The gas, which Is dry, -was en countered In a well being: driven for water by JCnudson brothers of that place. C. W. Knudson who bs in Salt I, Lake said last evening- that he consid ered the strike tho largest ever made in thJs State. Sir. Knudson says tho Raa was struck i at a depth of only 219 feet. From ro ports received from his brother, J. C. Knudson. he said the flow must be I something enormous. It rushes from j the ground with much noise and with auch a terrific pressure as to fairly shake the earth In the vicini...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

K , ?Erjs RiTrTiiira TRinnJim Satdtcdat Mokotng, April 30, 1904. n 1 If (fl K : - : , ! ! IS 1 H I TAKE OWN LIVES' jbt to the Last to 1 Save Ship. If (many Preferred Shrouds in if j Watery Graves to m 1 Surrender. fieventy-Thiee Either Killed Thom 'mk 6Qlves or Were DxouTiod on Kinsliiu Mam. i.0KIO, April 29. Seventy-three ,f japaneso either killed themselves I or Were drowned on the transport Klnshlu Maru. which was sunk mMi? a tWid0 from thc RussIan culser at midnight of April 26th, while dRri' Gensan, Korea. B$Tlii Klnshlu Maru parted from a con-PPftoj- of Japanese torpedo boats In thc afclfif at H:30 of the morning before. La SMVfcrshe met some Russian warships and SSjkfis ordered to stop. The Rossla 2 Mearoed alongside of her and sum fci joned the navigating officer of thc u? Japanese transport on board. She also i sKit a searching party on board the 'klrjhiu Maru, and discovered two femranles of Japanese soldiers con- Sealed below decks. Hi a This was reported to thc Kossia, U...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

H ' j iij teE Salt Lakje Tribtote: Saotuiiday MorarcyG, .AgRix 30, 1901, ajL I f News of Mine, of Prospect, of Poroace m& of Mill j If': POLL TAX AND !' BINGHAM'S ROADS j! j 3tiners of tho Camp of Copper Sug- P , gest tho TTso of That Income jj ', to tho Commissioners, jj 1 Tho thaw at,BIngham Is kooplne at i' 1 least oeveral properties out of business f while keeping the Dewey mill out of jf commission, and again the miner and I' tho County Commissioners aro debating as to what extent the latter is author I lacd to go in correcting the conditions, j ,, It is urged by a producer that if the I mlnera of tho camp, of whom there are moro. than, three thousand now em ployed, were permitted to apply the poll I tax exacted from them each year to the I . roads that they could be and would be I maintained in a manner that no pro- , 1 diicer would be made to suiter, nor 1 ! -would the only custom mill now oper M atcd In tho locality bo made to shut ' ! down. In discussing It, the complal...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

jWith the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. I liffle Life Shown $1 in Stock Market . 3 Suslness Within Narrow Bounds, h 1 Just 09 the Moods of tho m Traders Chang-ed. k i t IEW YORK, April 20. Thorc was llttlo Suio today In tho tone or character of 'V g8 gtock market, which was one of J ipaihy and Irregular within narrow taundi. os the moods of tho traders ij $,DctJ. Tho day's news was not favor j ftl to values, ar.d the early flrmnear, ? Jve W heforo tho closing. That flrm 3 Trtia due rather to a total nbflenco of .4 Uuinc pressure than to any positive nup 3 Sort by buying stocks. London also helped to a sympathetic way. but did nothing rctlcal in the way of buying stocks. Tho llor.doa market has made a distinct re onse to tho easy monoy conditions, and itt Investment demand there la reported 'a bs decidedly Improved. (Rcpcrts of railroad earnings at hand to 'ity nwJo a vty"" poor anovvlng- Stooks Mid rather firmly, however, until the an nounctmert of tho engagement of $3,600...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 30 April 1904

H ' 14 Tecb Salt Lake Tribtote: Saturday MosmG-, April 30? 1904$. I; CONSOLS ACCUSED BY AJISSiONARY H Charges of Gross Immorality Al- H) 1 logcd Against Offlclnls H': t Hl " WASHINGTON". April M.-ChnrRcn o Hj! gross Immorality on tlio part of consular H' 1 ofllclaJs located In Liberia wero mado by ; MIm A. A. Klein, ono of tho spfiakers at H ' l today's ecsolon of tho Florence Crlttonton Hljl , mission, in a talk on "Frcvontlvo and Rcs- Hlj cuo "Work for Girls In Africa." Mies Klein HO has been in Liberia as r mlaluonary of tho Hl Lutheran church, stationed at Mulenburjr, Hjj thlrty-flvc miles from the capital, but ul- Hf I most Infinitely removed. Bhe explained, HL from tho civilization of that city. . Sho said forelcn consuls, when on their ' "way to tho Interior on business, frequently ' ctopped at her mission station, where, she 1 frald. thoy would speak lightly of their 11- H ccntious excesses. Natlvo women, Rho 1 ijold, wero regarded by iheso consuls na i lefritlmnto prey Crim...

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

gj ' N " TODAY Warmor. I tn HI I ill ( ( Hi ill KTLTxJn. Ko. 15. SaXiT Lake City, Utah, Suindat Morotstg, May 1, 1904, 36 phges.fivb Cents ' 1111 plSTii j FOR DEMOCRACY " p Sacrifice Parker ! in Atoioeat. pop Errors flflade by Com ffortlass, Spiritless Sing I ers of Silver. tcccdwi Choristers to Be Crowded 'Off tho Platform, and Voices Txalnci to Sing Old Songs. Yisl to Tho Trtbtmo. i'T, LOUIS, April 30. Democratic . politicians mako up a. no inconsld- erablo number o the -visitors to ' tho oponlng ceremonies o the Wana Purchase exposition and nat tily there has been much politics rd In tho hotel corridors tho past Jek Some of these are hens to mako itl arrangements for the quartering tbelr respective delegations and in lentally to feel the pulse of their dthbors as to the possible disposition the votes of several of tho more lra irtant States. thine that has been surprising to iii Tvho have watched the drift of tknent, heard the past week, Is the tral opinion that Judge Parker will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

, I 2 - The Salt IjAKe TraBTrsnE: Stotoat Moiotestg-, Max 1, 1904. ........ J I ; Defends Inspired Book Against Attack. ' ' I Higher Criticism Wrecking j the Very Citadel of the j True Faith. ' j i Friends' of All Evangelical Denomi I I nations Unite to Repel Assaults I , J on Scriptures. I . I! j ' ' i Special to Tho Tribune.. yETC YORK, April 30. Friends of W tho Bible declaro that the time , has arrived whon assaults upon ( the Scriptures should bo repelled. I They have organized an American Bi ble league American because they pro pose to Inaugurate a campaign thai shall extend throughout tho nation; Bible because they believe It to be tho word of God; and League because they Rre banded together for an opposition to the higher critics that they assort I Is to be both united and determined. v Recent largo meetings of men emi nent as Instructors of tho young, who i declare under tho guise of critical scholarship that they are truth seekers I and nothing more, have aroused the de- 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

I The Masses and the Classes Use and Praise Pe-ru-na. 11 I A Fruit-Growor's Letter. b. Birch, Fruit-grower, Afton, So' was very much run down .nrt out of sorts e.vory way. She had JTmalo weakness and was very iveak, S.WouB and had no appotitc. "We had our family doctor to givo ,r medicine, but she did not Improve fn the least. She has consumption In w family a"d she was ln 6Uch bad fi and bo run down that I began 2? t very uneasy, but your medicine v,. made an entirely new woman of 5;jf...-W. B. Birch. An Ex-Consul's Letter. Won. James Morgan, 1735 Twentieth fret. Washington, D. C Is Ex-Llou-fmant U. S. Navy and Ex-Consul to Alalia, in a recent letter from Washington, D. C this prominent gen lVrnan endorsos Peruna ln the follow ing words: "The use of your Peruna a remedy or a cure for catarrh by many of my friends who hnve been Lneflted by tho tame, as well as my '"'mni experienco aa to its efficacy and Ifood tonlo properties, causoB mo to roc loromend Peruna to all parsons." James ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

Iff1 1 j; . 4 The Salt ILaxe Tkebtote: BtMDAY Mokotn-g, May 1, 1904. J Ij; s Murder Charge , i -Not Sustained I ) Accusation of Wifo Against Her j jj I' ' Husband Proves to Bo ( 1 Groundless. jj1'! yHICAGO, April 30. Andrew Hous- ft ' f g ton, who had been held by the po- L ' ' llco since Wednesday pending- an 0 Investigation of a murder, Bald by J i hls,w!fo to havo been committed In 5 1 Ohio, has been released. The police had ' obtained no verification of tho charge X from tho Ohio authorities. ' 1 Houston, after having his wife arrest ed on a charge of bigamy, was himself . charged by her with having committed I a murder near Liggett, 0., many ycarfl i i ago. She Eoid she learned of this i j ' J through her husband's habit of talking I In his Bleep, i "When Houston was arrested the po- 1 j t lice eent telegrams to Ohio asking for p I an Investigation of tho charges. No an- ! Bwcr was received, and tho aooused man . I was released. I!' Sew lis Wife, , ' Then Cat lis Throat i ' Hor...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

f - " i i B' . flfflB SATC LgE TETBTOTEJ SUNDAY MOENUfG, MAY 1. 1904. 5 H I llRiorK of fm -Women's gltibs. Tho Clcofan. H, p rooro than usual Interest was tho Hp i meeting of tho Clcofan, held last B I I Tuesday evening at the home of If' MIsd EmcIInc Wells. Bishop Or- 'Bt bod F. Whitney gave the paper of tho if evening, a review of the life and work Kf of the poet Tennyson, and a moat In- B tnnttng PaPer 11 was In addlU?n t0 We rJvlering the life of the poet. Bishop II Whitney gave readings from his works, ft Silch were highly appreciated by all f IraenL The home of Miss Wells was nattily decorated with pink carnations, JLiiax and plumosa, and at the close I of the evening's programme the guests mi loved light refreshments. & A special meeting of the Cleofan will kT held Tuesday afternoon, May 3rd. at I 20 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Chnrles 9 Wells Mrs. Clawson urges all mem t' brs to be present, as businees of great I importance Is to be decided. I The Reviewers. Mrs. C. E. R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

- 6 The Sajlt Lake TBistnsrEi Sunday Montn, May i. .1904. j II''. f$)w Ipailji ribmt&. If ' I leaned every morning by Salt Lake Trib Ifl ' I ( uno Publishing Company. PERRY S. J3 HEATH, Publisher and General Man ly ' ajrer. II ' ' , I, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. i . Dally and Sunday Tribune, one weok. .25 , i Dally and Sunday, ono month It) ' Dally and Sunday, two monthH 2.00 I Dally and Sunday, throo months ..... 3.00 j . Dally and Synday, one year 12 W , I I Sunday Tribune, one year j-j" hi; Sunday Tribune, six monthn J K ! Soml-Wcckly Tribune, ono year ...... 1-W ft 1 I All remlttanccn and business letters ( ' ' should bo addressed to jt TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. I i ', Salt Lake City, Utah. J ! ' S. C. Bcckwlth. Special Agency. Sole 3 I Eastern Advertising Acont. Eantorn or i I lice. 43-4 1-13-47 iS 19 Tribune Build "15. ' Now York. Western ofnee. G10-512 Trlb- j uno Building, Chicago. 1 ' No' communication In relation to publi cation In or biiDlne.-a for The Tribune , should ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

K TEffl SA rjT liATTFi TRIBUSTE; gmSTDAY MOKOTOsTG, MAY 3; 1904:. If temperature Is little abovo 5 re quires considerable course, but iveral dozen Salt Lakers are .non the beach at Saltair most ternoon. Tho Great Salt lake flrovr in popularity, however, from . until the middle o the eum Ktnd the delights of a saline bath go trell understood that many Salt L find It dimcult to wait until the Sekes the chill out of the water. tcIH mark a particularly lntcr- ffSeriS m So history of the local Laying the corners one to ; irift on tho corner of First 2 Ad 6ten8t?eelB-wlU bo wit '! & by hundreds roan of flesh and blood can forc i faSh any decree of accuracy the I SJfior Salt Lake City during Feb 1 Kirchand April." At least that l'Snent of an old resident. He sBTthBt tho weather observer makes a WM Se3 very often, but there are !l?rr5rs In the forecasts. This Is reflection on the bureau but an 3 enw of the unusual conditions that j ?S met in preparing a forecast. Wounding mountains aro ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

' ! .8 ' THE SAXT liAKB TEIBIINE:?SIINXA5l" MOKNXSTG-, Ma.y 1, 1904. , ' fi I (; Chance to See AH Ksods of Money. . I I 4 ! BY TABU AN ZEBBE. j Chlof o the Souvenir Chin Department at ; Iho Loulolanu Purchase Exposition . , ST. LOUIS, April 30. In tho various ji numismatic exhibits at tho Louisiana Purchase, exposition is presented an fi l abridged history or the divisions, rov- ' ! . ernmento, people, languages, customs, J !l I art, architecture and commercialism of : tho civilized world from tho eighth cent- j fury before Christ to the present day, I j; . representing Uirce perlodw oC time un- I dent, medieval and' modern and the S ! i twenty-eight most progressive- centuries I ' of man, L . Tho specimens oC carjy metal mediums I ) i o excliance shown by Oriental countries Mi nro from a remote past, regarding which I there are- no record's as to the authenv J 1 ticlty of timo othor than they aretedato ! i by centuries tho earliest known money j , to which tho coinage or' today tra...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

Ifappenlngs of a ' Day in Utah I 00 DEN I KM TKIBTnTO BBANOH OFITCOE, K . use Wwhtngton Ave., Telephone Ml J If PICKPOCKET GETS $420 ' FROM SOUTH DAKOTAN ' cnfJal to The Trlbuno. i OGDBN. April 20.-D. K. Burton a W MurJet from Aberdeen, South Dakota, ft ?i reported to the police that hla IK Xls were picked of $120 at the "ftlon station this morning. The trick .M turned while the man was still on h9 train and there Is no clue to the Ickpocketa. ... Ttv-o damage suits against the South m pacific were nettled this afternoon. He first was that of W. P. Readon, .hn BUCd for $1000 and compromised ,r t50 Tho aecond was that of J. A. lutlcr, 'who (sued for $500 and accepted The opening gamo of the Utah-Wyo-jlnc Vairuo takes place at Glenwood tomorrow afternoon between Ev asion and Ogden. the game to begin t 3.30 sharp. A good game Is looked r as both towns have good teams, ho line-up follows: Ocden. Evanston. hiketts ss Mason Seenwell c Harris huno 20 Bailey tt 1st b Goodman ortensen 1. 1. ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

i j ; j 10 ' , THE BAUr XjAKR .TRIBmOI:SSTINI)AY MOBKOSTG, MAY 1, 1904. v i II i , SI Louis Sates Opeo i Portals of City Swing Wide j and People Are Bidden j N to Enter, h I I Secretary of War Tnt Delivered Ad dress as tho Representative ' of Presidont. I I i ) kwtORLD'S fair grounds. I Sfiy ST. . LOUIE. April 30. j Y f Notwithstanding tho prediction of the Government forecaster, who prophesied rain for tho latter part , of tho day and lowering skies for th 1 1 morning, St. Louis put forth her beat ,nnd bravest effort today in honor of the opening of her jreat exposition. Tho momlnc- at least was bright. Hj The crowd was fully as large as that Hj "which tilled the grounds one year ago, .when tho Exposition buildings were H, Promptly at tho hour set the o flic era Hl and directors of the exposition, the H members of tho national commission H and the board of lady managers were H gathered at the Administration bulld- H Jng, where, as rapidly as possible, they H were formed Into a proc...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

wk ' Tele Sait T ; a k"Fj Tribtoq Stood ay Mobigmat 1, 1904. . ' ll I il 1 10 HER HONE Mb W a Month I Alimony. Ipiporarily Granted Her Upending Suit Against I Her for Divorce. Kbond Charges Desertion and Konkonness, and Tells of So- ' R dety Woman's Escapades. imL 1 The Tribune IkHICAGO, April- 30. Charles G. IllBrown's" suit for divorce against lllthe rich and beautiful Katherlno mio. Brown ha3 disclosed a few iWk ,n 1110 llf0 0t Interesting jjpjjkj that are much discussed now- Wsfc Dunno has dlreoted that Mrs. iCTn vacate her homo at 1612 Prairie rifL9 qj. forfeit the J20O per month XfMTnry alimony 'which has been ' iled her. fl t appears, that Mrs. Brown has not i living at home," said Judge me. tmt Bhe has been traveling all .1 fttfce earth Instead of remaining jito make a home for her husband. "f fce was content tp wander around on ji fa month allowance I can see no en why she should object to leav i the home now. If she had been llv yi there right along- this court would ci ih...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

i ' ; 12 toes ffATrYmn 'TOXbtotei xhstdax roicmTG Ma.t 1, 1904. .1 iii' . . - 11 i Prof. Bell Solves I M a fa Problem l 1 Gives Exhibition of Tetrahcdral Kite w ' .Which He Believes Is Secret of Hi' ' Ijj ( Aerial Navigation. II' ' ! WASHINGTON', April 30. Prof. A. Itl;;, I 1 G. Bell today gave at Columbia p f f Station, a Virginia, suburb of j ' I "Washington, on exhibition of tho Ijj 1 1 i tetrahedral kite, which ho believes la Ijj ' j tho secret of aerial navigation. The RS I , demonstration was made to the mcm- jj i bers of tho National Geographical eo- L clcty, of which Prof. Bell was formerly Ijj , , the president. The wind was light, and I " i Tlioreforo the trials were not as su.c- I 1 cotwful ns .-xmie which ha've been made J 1 In prlvato, but concerning which much I i has been written by tho Inventor, and other scientists. Three slxteen-ccll , klteF, each said .to have a sustaining II power of seventy-five pounds, wero sent to heights varying- from 400 to 1100 feet; I (but...

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