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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

SOCIETY WOMEN m mi beauty and. health to PE-RU-NA. 11 There Arc a i Million Women Now AilingWho Should Remember That Peruna Is an infallible Specific jSHST! 1 fl M?-f ;; p ' I fitg Tine the Best Seaaon of the Ttar to Treat Chronic Catarrh. withstanding1 that e. Great Nuxa kr o( People Have Been Cured of Ctronic Catarrh by Taking J Pe-rn-na During the Past f Cold Stoson. . It Cannot be Denied That the Mi, Wet, Stormy "Weather Has t Hfltorded Many Cures. I' , b Some Cases, Actually Jre- vented a Cure. &INGTIME has come at last, and 0Tls the time for all catarrh suf- . in lo bsgln a systematic course of for this disease. The greatest wltyln the way of treating chronic Is that the patient le bo liable tta cold during the treatment and iilay a cure. V liability at this season of the fA in a great measure, removed. l,B one should neglect the opportu Kfllake treatment. Is acknowledged by everyone , tot only reliable and unfailing ' catarrh wherever It may be lo . J16" you tak Ponma you...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

Hp 11' ; 4 1,333 SAKPliaKB TRtBOKB: SuHDAT MOEBDfe. Mat S, 1904. m HOW D. H. MOFFAT B'jp ; GOT BETTER LIGHT ; , Sometimes Even Great Railrond HS ! 4 ( Builder3 Overlook Thoso Lit- j 1 ; J ; j j ' tlo Duo Bills. jf T GUESS we bettor have somo mora ' i' J! I llKht." Said David H. Moffat-One Hji i J; t ' " Jl day a month aco. - When the fifteen times mllllon- Hjj', ' ) , : I aire builder o railroads and president Hj j J r'i j - of banks "guesses," it's the same as an Hj . ( I lj - order that is. somo times. Hh , 1 , ' There is one incident, however, that Hll ' j ,?.Z was settled last week In Denver that J '! jp "guessing." orders, demands and HJj H ! ij " threats all failed to briny about, ao , j '" cording to the Denver Post. Hlj When Mr. Moffat decided that ho " i wanted moro lltrht and a now connco- HT 1 1 "tion from the sos company he wrote a 2Tletter .rettlnET forth hia wants. 1 i : j ' The letter arrived at the ofilce of tho t i1 j Cgas company, was opened, read and re- j "ferred...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

IIO TRIBUTE b TO M'KINLEV lldoifs Eulogize I Memory President. 'conference to Prepare Mem- orial GivN Expression of 1 1 Honor and Respect, o J i . .UPrat to CHureh-H Sot ' fltendwi for Horn. ! iS ANGHLEB. CaL, May S-Tho Methodist general conference to il paid eloquont tribute to the nemoryof the late President Wll McKlnleT. A resolQtJon Printed sr J W. B. Bowcn, colored candl fcr btahop of Chattanooga, Tcnn.. t a responsive chord and the con- adopted by a standing- vote and eJ it to the committee on cplsco tdtb Instructions to prepare a me 1 giving appropriate expression of ana respect. Tho resolution ( upon tho loyalty of President Bley to tho Methodist church, his itd memory as a citizen, and his aervioi to his country as a pa md statesman. "William McKln tt a standard of homo devotion i never has been excelled." says u resolution, ana mis scuuuiuia a.o WlT6d with applause by the dele- Ififffte iculon of the general conference ru presided ovor today by Bishop Wil irfF. MallUeu, an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

Hi W Hi !l I'fi1 6 THE SAIFLl&KE TRIBimTJi SUNDAY MOROTisTG, MAT 8, 1904. f s ; J. '. I 1 - -Ik I he Ja Jrttmne. i M ' Iinned ever morning by Salt Lake Trlb I M no Publishing Company. PERRY S. J ' Li HEATH, Publisher and General Man ? y ! I agar. ! I r TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' ' ( i 7 Pally and Sunday Tribune, one week. .23 I . 1 1 '.' pally and Sunday, one month l-w ; ' ( pally and Sunday, two months -w ; , Dally and Sundar. three months s.w I' i I Dally and Sunday, one year ".to . ' ' it . Sunday Tribune, ono year J.oo 1 1 fi ,1 Sunday Tribune, six months J , Y Scml-Weekly Tribune, one yoar i-w J"i ( All remittances and business letters ' : 1 1 should bfl addressed to 'I (''; 1 J TR1BUN-E PUBUSHINO COMPACT, i . . ' X ' ' (V Salt lAkn City. Utah. !.. ', 3. C, Beckwtth. Special Agency. Sole '' "f Eastern Advertlstne Acent. Eastern or- J j)' flee. 4J---47--0 Tribune BiillAtnK. I ' ij Now York. Tstem office, ClO-olS Trlb ? , ' tine Building. Chicago, , . t .'.' No communication In...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

I ftlaioma City to Celebrate at Fair ; 15,000 population. tn Tfco Tribune. May 7.-OWahoma Cily. tho Sfin iho territory of Okla- t', defied by having a .pccial M world's fair. September o oleoma City claims to iftSicotdy. 'SSSSmbir 5 from the lRp,,D5f London head of th6 lare IKj Jiyor LSrid njre not considered. tKnthrv Is JuBt llftcen years old. tlttS3 ?,n in lecs than a night on tEfP rocnlng of the now terrl llFJtie oi ilc CP"1,"6 Anril. 1SS0. Tho m$ SVoxWSI? 16,000 inhab- jE-3 t,irn In the celebration of SttTj W tho fair, which la styled ?E City World's Fair Affair, Wfoliboraa u n(1 co-oporatlon of a Wrom "tho town. Miss Miriam 7 Pfl 'rho hag been selected by oaAiuccn of Oklahoma City. TnfBlxtNn of the bluest cities SBSJ? States have been lnyltod to the Prettiest young ady In to attend tho exposition on Wjw maids of honor to Queon WPnWiudson recently vteltcd Wash iMP KlcJ an Invitation, through eRoS?eveh, foruMlB8 Alice IB?, to take part In tho Oklahoma I llJrSdal dny ceremonies. M...

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

8 The S.AXT Lajkb Trxbuntjj Sujhtday Moristotg-. May 8, 1904. N t" : . . I I j RICHFIELD BOY I if IN GUARDHOUSE mL Kept From Philippines Kjj by Arrest. ' i! Adienturous Career of Gold- 'j en C. Bean Stopped ; j j I by Parents. 1 'j'l;; Likely to Bo Uiohonorably Diff- , ohargd From Army foe EnJlflt- j 1 ' j! inff Under Ape. ' 'j '.' cSpecial to Th Tribune. H, jflv ICHFIELD, May 7. On April SO H I ftrif The Trlbuno published excluslv- Hj '' -)! jj lj" tho ccount the thrilling ad- Hlj 1 ventures of Golden C. Boan, Hl jj the sixteen-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Bean of Richfiold, -who left H homo some llvo months slnco and hns 1 passed through experiences enough to B "i last the ordinary man a lifetime. Hi i From Calientes ho tramped across the H , desert to California, working a while i 1 1 ln Los Angeles and then making- his i ' ' way to San Francisco. Thero ho was ' Fhanghald by an Alaska-bound whaling k ! j schooner, and when aswigned to a dls- 1 1 , tasteful duty by the mate,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

- ' ' ,n MRS R. S. ROBERTSON If P-AN J ho engagement of their :H i!tcr MarearctRoso, to Dr. A. lcg,1' xhe cuime will talco 'irtlflJunQ- . r , rnnnro K D owner or- Uj. nd JS to vimt for a trlW- and M. George SI. " MrKav and children will spnd Vrt. Bo' V.h Mrs McKay's parents, tfjiaJSn lit of this city. T FA.Druchl and Mr. and irr. itA Mrs. i j w,n b0 at home u VKer i-,TDiBt First South street. Settle? rSum tMV 'MOn" ! .. Mrs C D. ITclkcs announce iff. i"1 of 'their daughter Grace to Kitff eSn4r of Nebraska. The w rnade yesterday aftor SvSHclkea entertained tho "ub her home. Mrs. ?25k iSvo a book review and f2 S ftvorcd the ciub with sev MonA Refreshments wero SLf toe last course consisting of lfI2inuS from hlch th0 mcat, had hJS-M andln place on slips of pa f?nn" mcnt of tho ensroccmont. T -r w J Kins' annooinco tho AfSilr daughter, Harrlotto Lil Loseo. Tho marriage gukopIe JuneS !?.!.. rmnii Lucv Gates has returned ikxSTork. 'where sho has been IKytrr during .the past year. s U tho ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

Efi t!L'm 10 TECE SA17T LAKE TKIBirNlE: STOTDAY MOKNXyGr MAT 8, 1904. " I GIRLS OF THE "400" fM TAKE TO COACHING ! ' jl'l;! .Tutored by Famous Parisian. Whip, jfr - J'1 They Arc Going to Drive Four- V Jwi.ill in-Hand This Season, if I i' lkTBW T0RK May AH o the ' j jJ glory of the coachlnsr season this j fi ' I " ' "J 11 year lo not to bo monopolized by ; j ' 1 1 i! ' tllc racn wh,Pfl oC socIoty- A,tred St I ' .u-.f'1 CI. Vanderbllt. Reginald W. Rlvcs and I h I ji ! tho others. More than a good share. of ' 1 - 3 ''Ml i it seems bound to como to the pretty IS'U ! ft ' rfrls and sprightly matrons of the "W ' ' 4 ;; ' -who compose the membership of the i' ji "' I ' Dorcns Coaching club. i Ml' For smartness and general all- ' 4 , ,1 : nxound attractiveness the Dorcas four- ! ' ' !' : in-hand takes tho shine lrom even the it s , Pioneer, which Mr. Vandcrollt and Mr. , - I C ! Kivcs are tooling dally from the Hol- ' '1 VI' land house to Ardslov and back, car- , . l' good with the leaders ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

B.; ,,,, Ok $it fcc tribune , - j i 11 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1904. " ' : If I p AHEAD plta'asm Amang I lie Fans. JWant to See Lively Lis Like the Nelson W Welch Go. BLgceenan and McCarthy Must WlW Up to Please Their fc local Friends. rjjj; j nothing of Importance In core for tho local fight fans at 'ftstzt, and Interest In the llstlc Ipn; seems to "be on the wane, jaifctic lovers are by no means rfthe sport, but Ihiy are clamor caso bet-vcen some good ones. tow-Welch light whetted the 90! the sport-followers and crc 'itsszi for more mills o a slm- is the Cllfford-Quecnan go lias ffcunced by tight experts one let rlDB encounters ever pulled S, jet it did not satisfy the local iQoytrR. They seem to be tired lighters and demand some new sftients wero partlnlly per iod go between Louis Long and fSir.tr)', but this 1ms fallen L 'Jms had an opportunity to nftsjoaj with the .Mexican again, BJed lo accept the offer. Long xraz mtet in Butte tomorrow !!cl3 possible that...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

HBWn ' H'i :'!t I I1 12 THE SALT liAKB ITttBTOTB: STUSTDAT MOlXCSTGr, MAY 8, 1904. 1 HI! ' Lb . ' - f - - - - -r- if NOTABLE EVENTS OF A DAY IN THE DOMAIN OF SPoffl I--V t I MORE IJg . P'M JtyBATfeE QEir R6HT?y ' I !' t 4- ........ T T T T TTTTTTTTTTtttf Run Out of Ginger Too l j; Act Very Much Like Quarter Hj; ! Horses on the Home , Butte Takes a Ragged but Interest- H;i 1 in& Game, by Hitting and 1 ' Baso Running. H i . 1 'HT ES. they did 11 again' The bunch H' I , W from Sruoketown werc there at tlic ' i , 1 J. fl"'-sl1 again yesterday, and as a ( i : result the U-.rrO garr.o of the. series j v.'cr.l lo tho Miners by a margin of one un. With tv.o men goi:e In the ninth ln- i I . "Ins Butte got busy, ami lon hits by jj i 1 : Wllmot, Hunklo and McHale brought in j ' ; ! ' Lrt-o nins. enough to tie the scoro and )', wm the game. Score Butte 12, Salt Lako ;i' ' ! ' The article of ball handed out yestcrdav 1 'V " 1 , was rather on the brush league order, bu" t Hl j T ."- tbc Jicor...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

MSULTS ON THE BALL GROUND, THE TRACK AND FIELD 1 pi FAU Ml W. OF U. j Ip, S. Makes a Poor I! Showing. 1 1 - I jrsity Students Encaur JLjto Go After Highest j jHonors in the State. j i 0f Good Material. . v fell victim to tho Unlvcr lv Wtes who defeated them In WVTr afternoon's dual meet fflfeSL Ind compelled the Saint, "on in mo of the field llf tarns will Pt greatly from Wbi lnts have now mot two I Ulcbvll compete in he 4 i meet and they Knowjust tevent. they have a flght- 7 Za. They will make use of thl I S-cntopood advantage and spc- E ".to- these particular lines with j'of tftnnins out in the Stato .rii contest the University's I couple of good hurdlers was Barked. Christy captured 3e.e events with ease, but .number of hill athletes who, It practice, could make him ; legs farther and faster in n RWhi. The University also Itvelop a. HtUe more In the broad jump and shot put. ammer throw Bennion and Ih defeated "Birr" Joe Smith, EOt even with j-horn by wln t the shot putInThe ham- ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

r'i .Ift Mf I 14 HE 8 Al1 IzAKE TBIBTOTE; SUNDAY MOKNnSTG, MAY 8, 1904, j 1 If ' ' News Mine, of ' Prosf mi of" Mill. III jj(ijjf BLACK DIAMOND'S I' jlj HOOSIER INTERESTS ' 'I ;' i Governor Durbin and His Party to I ( ' J ,'; i Inspect Investments at I I i 1'j I Stockton, ft , TlTH tho distinguished gentlemen 'V- ww from IndIana whose, generous jj ''lif T V co-operation has made It possl- f, ' ' ' 'j ' blc for him to place the Black ( l ' Diamond among the foremost of Stock- i ! ton mines, Manager Joseph Dcderlch3 , j ( .j j will leave for camp this morning. His ' ' i guests, who arrived from Indiana dur- ' j I J . lng tho afternoon, include none other I ,!.;,,' ' 1 than Gov. Durbin, Panlel Storms, Sec- 11 i '.,'' ! retary of State. Attorney-General 1 ; j,1,'. Miller and "William H. Alexander, the I 1 ' secretary of the Black Diamond com- I ' , j' ' pany, the latter accompanied by his I i , I'f) wife. The visitors, who havo been I vi " .'I, identified with Mr. Dederlchs since th. I ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

t S3 IKB TRtSUKE: SUNDAY MOIUsTNG, MAY 8, 1904, 15 With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. 1 tGI3j i tklow Point iSl.vrs Were the Smallest in Years, 2mZx Bein? but 40,000 B May 7. New high JL JB aln recorded by .... tf ,lr statement of the ...VtL J" , Loans showed 'I fS now reached a grand total lb H4VS Tho loan Incieaeo Ih largo .WSu ek's operations in con i Jfcth tho Panama payment and I .iBr i citv bonds. milng on the stock exchange ' Cufiwirt -hares, as compared with .3,400 Pilous low record of the i. hich woa a "v,c-nour -ftrt iollnss rovcalcd a condition oP . Sfallr-cqual to that which prc- ApiAvMra th? Northern Securities do- SW,taW down and has not been WUM,VfJnnv rears previously. Many Vjfl-JBffi prominent stools In the Mat BUtlnca Prom unt(1 noar t e iSrSRwW market, and (hen were only Sft low of ICO shares. Prices Alu2SSi" Inanition, and.no regard OlWfeSSJScmffi It-elf was of only MUwffffNt. a the large changes shown 0' ' iKirfjus items were pretty accurate- -K Ti...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

H ! i h! 16 HE 8AIFliAKU MBXTNEj SUNDAY MOKNXESTG, MAY 8, 1904. " 1 I. HOW DOUGHNUT ' ; r;! BILL MADE GOOD HI HI ' i HjM 3jftijfl Col. Edgarton Proves that Ono Hj Should Not Look a- Gift Horso H in tho Mouth. H ffTHILB practicing: law In Eu- H ww reka Ncv" in thc '70s'" 6411(1 H y Col. Abe Edgarton. the Arl- H mining: "I H awakened ono morning by Doughnut B Bill. Doughnut BUI was a professional H gambler who had long been out luck H! and I was not altogether unaccustomed B to these untimely visits. And I must H hay for Doughnut Bill that when he did H win bo always honorably brought mo H half 'of his gains In return for staking H him, which was, and I prcsuina still H tho unwritten law 'of the sporting H "But on this particular morning I ob- H jected to having my slocp disturbed. H for all the previous day I had been en- H eased as special counsel prosecuting H and sending to the penitentiary a clerk f of the Western Union Telegraph com- Hfe pany who had held out several thou H sand...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

IBETTETRADE M Improvement I i Business. fail Trade Much Heavier ! I Bs Result of Good Rain j and Warm Sun. j i : , Uoaa Joint to on Avniitving j sl Estate and Bulldinff j ji Money and Stookfl. 5 l LqVEMEKT in business the loat ' tli has been even mora marked E, for any previous week of the the very excellent crop pro3 rblnlng vlth better weather I ttloti and other causes to Inspire if 4ecc9 on which even the prospect j prtienUal election can have no liiible effect Retail dealers report kftjt considerably heavier than for lakKiPondln? period of last year, (If libera ore holding to their new yeitwrds. constant expansion of business i fcia by the readiness with which I ad new buildings in desirable lo- w taken before the buildings , 'Uhj started. An illustration of . iiitie 6lgnlng of a lease- by a well n responsible business man of the " ifer the entire second floor of tho ' iivpire block, being- built by Perry J teih on West South Temple street, icjb the building la not yet above j U...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

Hfuj ijjlj 18 1HE SJlXTILAKE TRIBTOrB: SUNDAX MORNI3StG, MAT 8, 1904. W I If ""WANT APS"" ! j ;, CASH RATES Mij' 6c por line each subsequent , I ( . Yl InuortJon. r 'jK'jJjj No Qd' to occupy les BPXC !, , I iV , 421,111 two frtos. I ' i! i Your "want ad." vrlll te I I' J i epted and 'phoned to The Salt P ttj.jjl Tribune office at rogulox I "ijlj rates b7 the following agents: till .BRANCH OFFICES I i j ! I J Godba-Pitts Drug Co. ! " !; ji 101 Main Stroot. ! ' H . J W. H. DAYTON DRUQ CO., ' i '''l ' Comer Socond South, and Statu. ! ill SHERWOOD PHARMACY, 602 South State, i I 'iH LEAVER DRUG- CO., Grand I ' '. Pacific Hotel, Corner 3rd Wet 1 1 i I I : and South Tcmplo. I ' . j ' VIRBLTLLION'S PHAE- h J " MACY, 511 West 2nd South. , B f 'Phono 183S. , 1 ! WASATCH DRUG STORE, I Ml corner Second South and Third 1 1 i East. I'' I W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, . 1 , ; Hth East and 12th South, Su- l '-j ; gar House. I1! 1 DIED. '' ! ROUTBARD-In this city, Hay 6, 1901, , i 1 1 Mrs. Clara Routbard....

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

- S.axT Lake TiUBuyE: Stotpay Mobkotg-, May 8, 1904. 19 if r yoS SALE- 1;; v-Tash" llTBA? nacrTof land, highly lm fcST10!11 and berries, south ps "nor rj Mb I' - TTri PRESSED brick HOFFMAN BROS. I' tv 2nd South St. t 'lots for aalo In n.11 parts K-ta K?iW,tPo can mako prlcea and I'S tM Ju. It will pay you to call IftK maldnff an lnvcatn,$c ikoSTMroSBN TRESSED BRICK llp.wb.th. to.let. elec lights, cel ffS'fOodloU jm Term r fl brick cottage, northoaot, lot 2x8 Pjd rilht of war. $1700. Terms, p-eottwe. on c 1116 neateBt plac3 ,' cotufe, northeast, faces south. !rja Terms. J brick cottage, eleo. llghto, south .Bjs4fft. PMO. ; jjdjg- lots, west aide. $250, or trade frfO rd. of land clou to business con jp. S;!wH terrace and court property, jjjjifcooja and barn now on lot. $5000. i SOUS TRUST & SAVINGS CO., . 6-S-10 W. 1st So. St w758 ! TlOTS m BLOCKS FROM CAR LINE, 'fljfcr both- -Biff onaP- Jobn Wolr. 36 W. jtajth. tv731 ?ifcxWX)MlNG-HOUSE ON EAST 1ST SO., fclwi la. W roomr, nicely f...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

Rlj '! THE SAUF LAJOS TCBIBXINI!: SUNDAY MORSICfG-, MAT 8. 1904. 9 Iffci JAMES SHARP PASSES AWAY f Promineat Citizen Ends jlM His Days. jl 'il l Played a Prominent Part in 1 1 j jjj the History of City and 1 j'i'l ' iWill Bo Long- Kcmombered for His i'm;. Part ia tho Mortensen Mur- ' " dcr Cnse. v ,1 ' 'j Tir AMES STfARP, pioneer, ex-Mayor 1 of Salt Lake City, former mem- I 1 on ber of tho Legislature, and one- of ! () Utah's best-known business men i ' ' and citizens, died at S:10 o'clock yester- I'i 1 day morning at his home. 111 Brlgham 1 street, after a brief illness of perfora tion of the stomach. Mr. Sharp was i i taken suddenly ill a week ago when visiting his son at Rexburg. Ida. His ( , indisposition was ut first considered not ' ( . ' i serious, but ns lie rapidly grew j , -worse he was brought to his home in j tills city, and from the time of hia ar- i rival the family physician could give I rj 1 no hope for his recovery. He sank ( 1 i ! ! steadily In spite- of all that c...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

wy week was thfit just i(il1Jrfrf. w"h 5ts leuS niuslcalcs. V S events. No more dellght- have been given this j4ffTan ie s ofWednca Mn Thursday at the Unl WL, r ub the first by Mr. and Mm. ft? and Miss Webber; that fgitf by M. William II. Cn " ar.d Mrs, James Chambers Wr1 honor of Mr?. Frederick C. i&TKrc recitals by Rubin L,J on'lhe Wagnerian dramas an attraction for many mcm ?ffilrt? durlns the week, while ? Anient of Anna Held at the llS?Thtcr was attended, It rff i b'v all society. Many theater iif57erc Sln- nd Preceding1 or rr thce a number of Informal CS?or rjppcrsL As heretofore at on of the year the Country 3?iV?reicndw5V0U3 of many who en tt outdoor amusements, and dally IJfflte' of parties go out( In the rylr if'enlo'v luncheon and spend the tajft;' on the beautiful grounds. Al iJTreparatlons are being: completed Mjmmer rllsrSmnscs to rnoun jrilrhcre. some alre.-dy having left. Jw.fc several of the boys who have I attending college will return for Svacstlons. the first...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

H'Hj:!; - ' 2 The Sajjf Lakjs Trtbute: Sundat Mommr Mat 8, 1904. I. H I V '. ' ; f pi I increasing Popularity of -Short Skirts . i I j 1 ' fj1 I Brings New Designs for Ankle Show s J " i' " ' 5 Unver J?ost.i I J H t ThcVinoroascd vogue, or le short h wlflrt has led womm to lake new ln ' J .'I' 'wrest In footwear; ami the mnnufuc- !' ' ' j.i Mirers, welnsr thehv-opportunity, lmve N v i i tfljten advantage of It with praiseworthy !,')!;' , ,The new shoes' and the new hoSiery ,i I ' ) j urc things of beauty and .are likely to I ")K J 'tnmce sad inroads upbn tne summer I . ' ! Ml ? -girl's bunk account, for the beautiful In j ; 1 t ! rootwfiar Is seldom Ui$ Practical, And Is I '!' I rtiways'th CxpeiiPivc. '' I iljj 1 bnc of the most striking features In ', i I! .1 1 connection' with iho summer's- shoes Is ! ! .(he triumphant fashion in which the 0 ' !'! ! tun shoe has risen from Us aslieS. Laid f j ! ' i dSlile entirely for a time It has come ' ! S !'; fi, . frick Into iiwre than lis ol...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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