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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

1 jl :::::::::::L SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 190-1. 1 1 fcyBRITT TELLS I HOW IT HAPPENED Kuaea Edward" Arrives at Chicago E and TcHb Windy City Sports ft About tha Battle. Klamr Brllt, claiming to bo tho foather Efoht champion, with his brother Willlo, MLidajfcd arm a cBfldont lino of ftk. rrived ln tbo c,tr laat nisht' flaya CI'- Chicago Chronlclo of Saturday. Tho Etts are on their way East and trill leavo BWoff York tonight Jimmy will open fiVcw York theater Sunday night with Bmo'noloffilo turn on tho lines of Jim Krbtt's, in which ho hopo9 to mako Ke'thlne of a success. Willlo Is looking K? Jimmy's financial lntorests. iKr coarse, 1110 Brltts havo read all that Corbott, recently defeated by Kmy baa hod to say of that contest, Corbitt plowed through tho West and Het romo tlma ln adranco of tho Britts HE tad tho first aay about tho fight, tho Kuj ara somewhat on tho defensives at "present time In tho matter of explana but thoy seem to be protty woll Tto take caro ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

' T I '"I 1 i 14 , . The Saxt Lajce tribttke stjstpay MomsmrGs Ma.y i, . : j , ) ' f Sidelights on IJugilistic fm and ends f acing news of Irack an v i j I THE DIAMOND jT CHATTER. F ATHLETICS .1 EAST AND WEST I F1ELP HAPPENING I 1 l( j BBinaBSSsiassBasB IN SACKCLOTH f ' j Pitcher Essick Loses I :j " the Game. ! , 1 I Nerve failed at the Critical ! '1 1 Point and Riade Babes i 1 ' - Present. f . Locals Had the Game "Won Till llie , Finish, When They Dropped to the Bear. 1 V ' W"TRSE luck for tlle Eklers! Tnat ujfi ravenous bunch of balltosscrs ( Y y controlled by John McCloskey. 1 i , alias "Honest John," went after tho Saints acaln yesterday! and trimmed them by a score of S to C. This makes four out of five for the Boise team this week, not so bad for. a bunch Qf Infants, t eh? I f I The run - sotting . commenced In the Honest John second Inning. Scents Pennant. Babbitt walked to ' first, went down on Hanson's" single j and scored on Delmas's error. Tills Jilt ,, ended operations f...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

m XHB E5AIF liAKE TBIBOTTB: SUjTOAY jMOKNXN"G, MA.Y 1, 1904." 15 I iMI Ihnndlo won, Platoon second, -B,0?Ji"ey thTrd. Time. :66iA U5.C,!rfh raS bx furlongs-The Tran ritkKS $1000 added-Deutschland Sff o&r second, Vanncss third. "Sfth race, mile, purse-Charllo "In won, Flylnfc Torpedo second, rasfxtn racf. mile and three-sixteenths, nn-Vcl03 won. Strader second, SSrWift third. Time 2rOS. rtith race. b!s furlong, selling r Sibb won. Jake Weber second, & Burd third. Time. 1:16. Baccs Open In Chicago. rrriCAGO, April 30. The racing sea n opened here today with an elght mectimr at Worth. Summary: 1 ttMt race, nve and a half furlongs We Lindsay won. Never Fret second, ;janu Ormonde third Time, 1:0?. ' qlond race, four furlongs, two-year-'-MAlPhihinthroplBt won, Gold Enamel .JSET Stella Allen third. Time, L Third race, sis furlongs Don Domo (won. Monnstlr second, Jerry Lynch 'fthlrd Time. 1:14 3-6. I Fourth race, mile, puree J1500, han dicap for 3-year-olds and upward tTVilfil won' ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

I great pay for great factor in christIan cgvILg H:! i' i -gPOCH-MAKING In their character Hi L will "be the proceedings scheduled I (j Iv for today at tho corner of State M (' '! and First South streets, when the rl 1 cornor-Btone or tho splendid new bulld- , t ins of tho Young Men's Christian aso ,j i elation of gait L'aUo City Will bo laid 3 I' 1 with tho pomp and ceremony befitting ' the occasion. This building, to cost Hf ' S125.000 when completed, and considera ble ! '! Wy more thtfh half of which omoui .has y already been subscribed may be said to , bo the result of lndcfatlgab e work on 1 I . tho pnrt of a few men. backed ! f 1 ' generous spirit of n. number of otters. , chief among whom is George Fostei Peabody of Brooklyn. 1 (: The Young wren's Christian associa .j ' Hon of this city has. since lis orgonlza J Hon. met Blorma of adversity. While Ii 7 " 1 Georfto Foster Peabody, WTio Con- tributed $25,000 to tlic Building :' Fund. I'. periods of its history are net devoid of...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

R . 1BBCE! SATTT liAKBl TRIBUKEs STXNDAX MOENIfrG, MAY 1, 1904. IT- IrTpSuTieHL gossipTI iCITTof Bryan bolting the P St honla convention, In the event that he Is unable to have lncorpor atcd in tho platform his Ideas of Kiiucal policy, Is dlflcussed very 'eon l ffby local Democrats. Tho effect IKch a scccdlnp. they admit, would EJS. the chances of Utah Democrats I R -Snir into offlce. Bryan has many Kwe-in the State. And the sliver BSntlment here Is by no means dead. H" 0 are hundreds of Utahns, It Is KlSned who would gladly work for the IfLuble standard," and most of these i&uTfolIo wheresoever William Jen fengs Bryan may lead. Hlndlana's successful candldato for the Republication nomination for Governor BW carnations pinned onto tho lapel of B&mt man who would consent to wear 'Efat the hotels and In the convention fi And now Uiero is wondering ISether any othor flowor would have Jen as fetching llprran wDl hereafter do his talking AMurh bis "Commoner," according to Tore - ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

H " I fc . TELE SAXiT T;AKF. H0BTOO3: SUNDAY MORNTNTG-, MAX 1, 1904, C I flTiTMine, of Prospect, of Furnace, and oiTj op .raiis I; Value of Ore Produced ! : $ye,, . I i i Copper for April Roaches the I I Great Total of 4,300,- 000 Pounds, i j i I Profitable Month, in. Many - of the loading Mines in the Various Utah Camps. ' ! , DECIDEDLY sral frying showing ; fk Is mado of , Ihc pcrform ancc of the mines of tho sfatc for both the week and the month that ended -with yesterday, the ore and bul , lion settlements approaching- 52,000.000 I1 for tho month and the copper product reaching the magnlilcant showing1 of l.SOO.O'Jl pounds, bringing1 the total in ! value for that time close to $3,000,000. 1 Yesterday's ore and bullion settlements j ' amojinted to $72,000. The settlements , for the week reached a total of $472,000, ' "while tho figures for the month reached ' tho excellent showing presented by $1, S2S.S0O. Some Encouraging Figures, i On the metal market silver ruled at 1 cents an...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

K ' Tr lilrliifil R THE flATP TjATTR tJTKOTTE: STJSTDAY MOHOTSTG, MAY 1, 1904'. . ' 111 PWiththe Bankers, the Merchants -and the Brokers!' ") fill Grain 1 Moves Upward IB option in Wheat, as Also H July, Takes a Skyward iBrAGO. April 30.-Indlffcrcnt cables W&IUint weather throughout the lEWcst ond Southwest caused an fMlttrt In wheat at tho opening, tho Bllvery being down V4c at S4c. An imlsslon houso demand, how diveloped with shorts free- buy Yt in consequenco tho May I up About a cont, whno July tog fartor In bringing out tho lemand was tho almost sensa lllsh crop news from tho Ohio Si traders who have had an fot viewing fields In that sec- the past week found It dif brcss tho extent of tho dam rta i from such sources had with tho generally bullish sen jit traders. Another strength ence was a good demandrfpr rtldW and In tho North iablo delay In tho oponing o.f owing to strikes, tended to the Bluatlon. as with the sup at from Duluth cut oft thero t better demand here, knees I...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

"! 20 The Salt JL&km Tnmmmt .StosaMorot-g, mTt'i; 1904. 1 1 . . . i. .... ! tH - II ' i VERT beautiful dinner was tliat Jj ' , A given by Samuel Newhouso at ji , jM his homo laat evening. Fourteen j covers wero laid at n. largo round j I table, In tho center of which was an l Immonse silver bowl of plnlc roses, the3Q m ! I same flowers also being uacd on mantel jj I ' and sideboard. As usual In tho parlor jj'i i and reception hall, only tall vases o U I American Beauties were seon. I j Arthur J. Cooley, a prominent eocle- j ' ty man of Omaha, Is-a guest at the y KnutBford hotel. ' A large number of those who'attond- j' cd tho opening of the Country club yes terday . afternoon remained to supper j 1 and enjoyed an informal danc In tho, 1 evening. . ' Basoball In becoming qulto a popular I , fad with tho members of society and every afternoon partlos are seen atto'nd- I I ing tho series of games now on at I Walker'n flold. . I j ' ' Col. and Mrs. Edwin F. Holmefl en- I 1 tertaln. ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

H ' fii amliri Stjiimt Moio&i Mat l, 14. :-T " l i iivl n . v-,w.v 1 1 1 . B RETAIL TRADE IS " MUCH IMPROVED ' Jobbing Is Also Heavier, and Build j iae Operations Aro Opening: With Good Weather. ECIDED Improvement in the retail Bdo was noted durihff the past week, with every Indication that the improvement Is permanent, ' of the natural result of better ' ilrfitions all around. Jobblnir trade la ; Vovrlnff heavier and collections are : ,eP Building in tho city is more i ijveiy elnca the roads are in condition to ! Ejove rook from tho quarries, and real i tal0 is unoH-lne signs of increased ac Ulty. Th0 cominerolal stock market. J unusually quiet the traneac- tlosi recorded being- mainly In the pre ferred and common sugar stocks. Dank clearing nbow a decrease over the cor re.pondin? week of last year, the com parative statement boine; as follows) p v 1004. 1W1 Apr ' 418 4S7 40 4tw.,510.47 , Apn S.059.S4 4,152.M ' ' '"!" SiM.U7.60 520,160.83 i 3 ! 419.6M.Sl 503.002.20 ' j5 210,577...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

H ;, i 22 The Sam? Hake Teobtotb; Signday Mobotn"gj-.' May i, 1904. :. ; ! if Yon Don't Find What You Want in xsiese columns Tell the People About! I, if u WANT ADS"1 j;; I CASH RATES I i I IOc por lino 11 ret insertion. Ir I Oc per lino ench frahsequent g , Inoertion. b - Wo nd. to occupy less pac I , I thnn two lines, t Your "want nd." vrlll ho ac cepted and -'phoned to Tho Salt I. 5 Lake Tribune office- nt regular j rates by tho following agonbs: BRANCH OFFICES t Godbe-PItts Drug: Co. ' 101 Main Streot I W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., Corner Second South and State, i vj SHERWOOD PHARMACY, , 002 South State. I I LEAVES DRUG CO., Grand 1 1 I Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd "Went ! j and South Temple-. I S VIRIinLIiION'S PHAR- j I MACY, 511 West 2nd South. 1 j 'Phone 1338. ' WASATCH DRUG STORE, J , corner Second South and Third J 1 East. j W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 1 11th East and 12th South, Su- j I , gar Houas. I I. j DEED. PARSONS At C70 Bothwcll street, this city, April SO, 181. of asthma, Geor...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

jfk In a Little Advertisement In Tfae$e Wndr Pages and It Will C0R16 To YOU. ! 1 HI IffrrALljBEFORB MONDAY, Iwfo TQu? time I--, all taken today ahow 5Nrtv and Monday morning you mt PFIf&t In Wo havo a number of JRVa&M; and first como first SKfe r mod-p-b cottae' cast 8ldo: ipX t-r mod. P. to. cottago, northeast ' " aol southeast Bide, $1700. p" h cou'trood terms: Sim 'r'P"h cot pood terms; $1500. b mod?, close In, n. w.; $32., LSSSeSrt- of the city. SpcriV 2nd South, room, flltf, 'Phone 163-K. -mi BUT 5X9, WITH GOOD 6- ?tt bltoTs bf county bids., re- ftUle, No. 4 W. 2nd So. u274G t TOd WANT A BEAUTIFUL 10 llo preised br. In beat Hectlonree You'll buy It when you nee it fcE .ve ft 13-room home, oteam heat, 2 ftrt toHt7 no lot. 1COX165 feet. 5h CO per foot, close In. only 4 aquaroa Notour office; price for short time, mod br,: noarly now; elegant K". $1300 cash., bal C per fclia & Little. No. 4 W 2nd So. w86 : " A. RICHTER, f 19 West lat South, , Tel. 64L 1 tweo. torn moA,...

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

mm M m H I 24: EffE SAIiTlJKJS TRTBTDSTE: SlENDAY MOIOmSTG-, MAY 1, 190. j I O'BRIEN LOOKS ; . AT BIO CANAL : ' 1! Bid on Nine Miles j;!, . of the fck. ! I - Most Difficult Part f Con- ; structfon Wlay Se Done , ' by Utahns. i ' GoVernment Trying to ImproV tho Abominabla Sanitary Conditions s of tho Isthmus, I I I , ) nHAT an Important part of tho -work j H of building tho Panama canal will 1 I J he dono by- a Utah firm Is wholly 1 within tho rongo of probabilities. ' fW. M. O'Brien, cashier of tho Kelth- ' O'Brien company, and W. IL Wattle of the Utah Construction company, havo Just returned from a trip to tho Isth mus, which was taken, with tho. view ' i ot looking- over the canal routo for the 1 purpose of obtaining facts and- data. ' which will enable them to mako intelll- ! cent bids on certain portions of tho I great work. In the event that the Gov ernment decides to havo the work done 1 by contract, which sterns at this time .very probable. , Nine allies Through Mountains. Th...

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

Og'cl)m. il the Salt Dftc tribune - l!! jiT SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY i, 1904. ' I fjjjjfl I : formal opening of tho Country jjffidub yesterday afternoon was the HM only nodal event of importance during the week, barring" tlio mu 1$ at the Commercial club and the jui by Mrs. King nnd Miss Oliver Monday evening. Many were pres et the Country club's opening and try delightful afternoon it proved to fefce grounds surrounding tho club Especially beautiful In their new joy dress and with the snowclad Stains for a background make a otlful picture. Mrs. George Phelps msn and Mrs. Harkness were the Itifes ycBterday and were assisted fsumber of tho girls In scrvinff tea, ve was an approaching find putting Sit Et 4 o'clock which was of in ; to many of those present, eral large social eventK are d for the Immediate future and fety Is looking forward to these with St pleasure. Tho first will be a tea University club next Wednesday T.oiin, Mr, and Mrs. George L. Nyo JIIjs Webber ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

1 j.' 2 The Salt IuAKK TBJBvma: Sunday MorotgV Mat l, 1904. Hj 1 1 ,4 Husbands Spoiled, Bachelor Girls Made, j Hj',1 1 By Using Certain Kinds of Perfume. jzi h'M St. Louis Globe-Democrat. i j t VjAt.a.tlmc when so many women, t;i young and' attractive, are left lonely, li ! ' ...and deploring the fact that the men. of )' '' i . 'the day are not matrimonially Inclined, Li -.it may not be nmisw to mention ono of j' , the causes for thin celibacy as assumed ' ii v liy a learned professor from that coun- 1 'ii-y whence comes much light and I . 'gaming'. F i 'Germany presumably stands next to !j ' ii England as an exponents of the bcau- '' lies and advantages of the purely home I I "I1 life, and that hard times, matrimonially J I Speaking, should be sufficiently recog- 1 I ' ;nlzed to be discussed Berlously In a f I ''"country where the quiverful Is not a 'I " matter of dread' Is distinctly interost- ! ' tng. Prof. Jaeger, that famous hygienic J ''prophet to whom we owe thai comforta- J0...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

r l THE SAT !LAJE TRTBtJOTU: SUlvDAY MOROTTG, MAT 1, 1904. . 3 . II The "Mew Art" REALLY STANDS FOR t . ... aa. a k ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... -m . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . r. nj;sPlCUOUS among the many fr styles o furniture, bric-a-I k brae and jewelry of the prec j Cnt day that which haa come to be known as art nouvcau the most modern. This new cult haa ivScd our belonging from chairs to .lu silver, from brooches and rlncs ! wnntcls and wall papers. Even the LTosraph has not escaped Its , r.torm- 1 bc touch, ana we hio u i----5 t new art backgrounds. Surrounded I I are on every aide by this recently t veloped fad. few pcrsonn If asked j Sid tell JubI what the term "new art" J rfft"5p a S' school of art which seeks rlflnallty and naturalcsque effects and . abandoned the hard and fant prln : JSm of standard styles. It I also a : Potest against the inartistic furnlsh ' ir.es which disfigure many modern -1 Inmps The result a we now see it : Su been workad out In the Pari...

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

j ....... The &ajjf Xaiod TRiBxiisrE: Stjgsday IMorothstg. !fytAsr 1, 1904. II I Hg LAMES' SUKTSiHIALiF lPMCEll j ' A large line of platt val laces, from 2 to 6 inches jp width, with in- sertions to match, suitable for trimming summer dresses and JJ v I underwear, which sells, from V V- I 'AJi f I vi 15c to 35c a yard, is a big spe- SJ ( O '' V 1BEL0W COST Embroidery remnants, from the big sale of last week, in all lengths and widths, from 5c to 3, a remnant. These are the most important bargains offered in laces and embroidery. ' Boys' and girls' white linen and crash hats and caps in the cas tor, yacht and Tain O'Shanter styles, 25c to G5c each. Boys' shirts, made of percale and madras, pleated front, white t ' negligee, light, medium and dark colors; 10 to 15 years; 65c and 85c. ' : Mptiin! IHlniry !' Every woman appreciates nice hosiery. The woman whom fashion sways, who dresses with exquisite taste, will be delighted with our showing? of fashion able designs In first qualit...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

ft SOEDE &AJIT JjAKB TBXBHNEj SlTNDAT MOKNIN", MAX 1. 1904c 5 11 j it. - - . niiidH :! f ! Early Summer Fashions Paris I f i g'5 " P ARIS April 16. The enjoyment Sunday night of "Paradise and the Perl." that delightful fragment of Moore's "Italia Rookh" set to muBlc by Schu- i ,n was partially lost owing to the ' .11 -ifcV of the Nouveau theator. In : "2!rh It'wa-i produced. Paris has no 1 ZtZr mu8lc hall like the St. James's London. Carnegie In New lork and ' tfie' Chicago Auditorium, and for lack 1 better place her large concerts are ' Slid In one of the many theaters. This i 1,5s of things has been In existence lone that It Is now taken us a matter S? course. Schumann's work lost in .Mlty from Its environment, the set- i S bdns to" ma11 for the frame' IrJ .Vlr words, the muolc overpowered : S! building, md all the efforts of the Me conductor, M. Chavlllard, could not imoroTB matters. Granting that the music was heard at a disadvantage, it ' nevertheless lacks the color and pl...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

ml 1 ! I H 6 THE SAIP HAKE TRIBTOOSi MOIGSTDsr MAY 1. I9C4:, . j I Ok Reign of Queen T$yl I 5 It. I ! i I S Olctt Burgess ami AVIU Trwln. SaTtOrifll ? . (Copyright, McClurc, Phllllns & Co,) Kj I By the tlmo Lsyl had reached home, H(j 1 dressed for tho street parade, and got Hjj I " back to the Pavilion, the procession waa H '. ready to start. As her float progressed, H!' there came up to lsyl from the crowd H j a murmur of Innumerable voices, com- H' - , ' ' blned in one strange sustained chord,, H j -while before her and behind the brisk music of military bands crashed In dls Hj ; sonance. Handkerchiefs waved, an oc- Hf ( - casional cheer broke forth, and from Ht ' every possible window were men and Hlv . women, starlns. She was confused by Hl, the bewildering sights and sounds, and Hl' 1 embarrassed by the fcellne tlrnt she H' was a usurper. She had done her best H i ( to (lnd the true queen, but accldont had H) ' ' baffled her search. The mysterious T , stranger hnd left her ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

ICURRENT PUBLICATIONS j THE HANNA BOOK. PHW- Xoo SftiSSi D Chaubllsl.ln Co., 5 iittlo volume, containing nil Senator ever wrolo for pub e l? Spcr fc collected were IP", ,2 In the National Magazine. "Socialism and the Labor "nd "WIHlam McKInley as I m.J" (the latter embracing thrco rjl "ills Masterly Campaigns,' W A 'His Personality." and "In KS HoufA U Is true, as the Sy that theso writings de jmow' permanent dross, and In he presented tlicy meet the de fRleiSSonn.cmorlaI of the illus - - rin and statesman. 'flf SrS- "ecllnf: tribute which Mr. $ to his great friend. In tho St lnSrvlcw with Senator Hanna fit tlrno prior to Ills death 1 sat at 5 1 "one vhora I consider tho great- of Power I have over known Ii was during the early hours IS- In his room at tho Arlington ft ' hlngton, that I sat for three 4! heard r sermon the like of jfnew listened to before. There b lex " Holy Writ, but rather 6 human heart was tho lesson : It sMHCd as though In thoso se SeoenlF. in the quietude that a...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 May 1904

I : 8 SiLXtf "Kaitct TRIBUNB; SuSday MoKNnsrG, May 1, 1904, 1 IS I - ... - t- .l IMJ IIHWIIMIIH" " II"1 wis SSM il Ij ii Bpeclal to Tho Tribune. ! mtASIIINGTON. April nO."Thcre !' '(! ftft wm come time In your Conprcs- i ij ' f W slonal career when you will es H ' ! pr:3n the opinion that you don't I raro If you never come back." j ' '' !5 a remark that Speaker Ciin- ' ' ; non . ha made to many new ! ,1 members. It has been Btated that clght- ! I 1 tcntha of the mciobera occasionally ' j ' declare that they don't care whether they return or not, but more than nlne .' .tenth.-; o thorn are hustlinc In every Gittnpulffu for re-election. It generally oucurn to the ir.an In Ids nrat and oecond ! J terms that there Ib not very much to bo ' Knlnc.d in a career in the House of Kep- roaentativei, especially when a Btrug- Klo for renomlnatlon and another for 1 r-ekction in necessary every two years. It is al?o during these first two terms I J that the new member finds that he is uad largely ...

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