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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

I HOW TO WASH AND I IRON SHIRT WAISTS : ,..Ce summer shirt waists and "tubbing" S"ns havc bcc0 uch works of sartorial art and Xj the same time serious ob is, iects of financial consideration ! . vJvcs the thrifty housewife to ! R bt way of treating them 'i'lLv hive fallen from their lofty irfn ! pristine freshnc. Elaborate primmed to, and batistes are SW In favor by a trip to : . ncr's. but the prints, dimities. "ZTnd linens which are worn so ' v, Hid their rejuvenation generally t. home sundry. That this process ' -Tucccss is attested by the many ln.I lPrd spotted gowns and ,,drf hie'eome from the tub. This "'rc inav be obviated with a llt- rul attention, especially when rt being laundered for the first i'&I-a the color has not been tested. stability of the color depends i If-ueh upon the quality of the ma j. the cheaper prints being most ASlc o a change of fath. It is tie every care with the first Urrfoo. and If the colors stand the !' )l some of the precautions may riitcd in ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

Re Ljijifl! ; 4 The Salt JLakjs Tribuke: Sunday Morotntg, May 8, 1904. . M ! (lljfj I Southern Girls in the Gallery of j ' jH-?r I ' Beauty at the National Capital IR vt"l 'I - S l.i V ! i Special to The Tribune. J I H tt A.SHINGTON', D. C, May ". fljt'-Uj- lJ Senator Blackburn is among ! ? 1 ';! jt I .. y f those who are not hastening to lj' ' ( ; ' , , depart from this city of dear j M j v1 ; tlelislits with the closing or ConerosH. .. 3 I.I j j, -The Swiator enjoys his co.y home on 3 i I Nlnelewnlli street, enriched by so many 5-.; ' tj'i I beautiful objects of. art, many of them I1 J woddlng presents to him and his hand- f ' ' lij Ill some wife, .Mrs. Blackburn is a woman I . " j., ' t ' of classic regularity of feature and win- i Ml' ft. lng presence, one of the distinctly pop- jl IflM;. ular of Washington hostesses. The I i( I; J light of the Blackburn household is the P '!,(! .woo granddaughter. Thereat; Blackburn j ' -I )(' Lone tin? Senator's most intimate " j . -chum. Mias...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

'f" 1 - ss - r- - , ' ' ' SOS ISCUSSC TALBOT. J i ! - 1 April 23. The event of i Social importance during the ' W ;celi hra been thc races 1,1 S I Longchanips. Thc opening for , season of this noted H i- mirJss the first stage In the se- tft, :, (jiurre mV . rcunlons which takes :i f atC .P!ial durlnff the and early summer months. 8 ;' ,?rl ihc autumn meets closed, the fj ,.f :hainps Racing society has had 3 -Suced a new .set of tribunes, I fi now make this hippodrome one 1 Sanest in the world. I e'i is an Interesting bit of history Scd wllh the origin of this track, y , nf5l. nnc, na3 to go back to the 21 uMnth century. What is now the Si Tour"c was at that time an abbey. SI nuns were celebrated for their II fh05' "ic The fame of this choir be ) Lr. 'known, the elegantes of. the !l Mm fine spring Sundays besieged 311 ,V. tdlfice at the vesper services, wen 91 J.V the graveyard and damaging: the 11 la in their efforts to pain entrance If I! .h abbey- The scandal became ho llB't at" ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

J H! ' e jlti saot Qakej tribhtoii suxdat MoRisncsrc May s, tfftte. 1 liM 1, 1 In is. , i : i h)A 'f ' j -mh mutt -H-HmHmmmHHffmimfHH4; ji The R.eign f ueen Isyl. j jjljl i'fj1 t JEb Tale of Love Insidious. X ! i u(l(' ;u Ey Gelett Burgcs3 .mu:l "Will Irwin. I j Ilk1!! (Copyright, 10M. McOwv, Phillip & Co,) 'V'W Thc Chamberlain, fooling- "'c Lha- I li! nothing further was to bo discovered V j 1 of Miss Almcrlc's where abouts, hurried . '.K'.'ii ; to the Queen and tol.d her oC Ufa ill ! "J Ji- l success. Thc met that 'Tom Parish had J ' i , again appeared in connection Avlth No- i ". ')' rlne's mysterious disappearance did not . 'f,j (If! escape layl'a notice, though she could I, Itf' . not think what It mlBlut mesfn. I ii ''j ' She had dismissed t!ho Chamberlain ' 'f i ii and was still in her dressing-room at I 1 1 lii the Pavilion, when, answering a knock , 11' at the door. &M6 found, Bob Almerlc. ' ! ! ' Nor.ne's father. in a "16" Btale of f- '' M . j , "See here, I want t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

J , fi 1THE BAJIS liAKS TRIBUTE: SXJjSTDAY MOBJEEfrG-, MAY 3, 190. , 7 j , J l H fm&.tt t the adjournment of IfiSd sion of the Flfty 5B',,ie Irccs bv Senator ,Vl- i'fcfth ect mat the first busl lwn Congress reconvenes SOrJl deration of the om PU n Crum to be collector at Iirft ZL S. C indicated 1' ? to Ihtlr utmost canael uirr save notice that he Ju tao cnmmlttce to pro m -nt and Vice-President p3" Senator Hey lr ,H ?mi a notice that he in-I'-4n m the pure food Dili. W 10 ?i i!5t timi by the forelock P ,Sihvnvs " the Philippines I1 SSed business, and that W lU1KS 10 be displaced bc Kfi Hoar or Senator pVd SslblyECtinWith their Pf .r AllNon and his , fellow fe?lhe "tearing committee are fte nnd Ihcre Is no reason to be 5! ' !e an, not. it will mean YtiEt SSi take the right of way, WSlS session, procedure would wBhV legislative work, providing fftffbclleved in it- Cut there I TV thine to consider, a question I "'l? privilege. Chairman Bur JfoffiUon Privileges and -JrWht to be read...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

BPBBBBBBpBBiBHIUBIBIBBBHBBBHE- Htjil-J S Tee 8aip Hake Tbibtoto Sxthsday MotoxHsGt,1 Mat 8. 1904. i IB ' I r ' T " " 111 CURRENT PUBLICATIONS li'J " 'I ( iH'f.i - AN EXCELLENT BSCORD. ' X ii -lil'H "J History of the riiltrfl States of America- 1 I K - By William Honry EIhoii. Tlio Macrnll- I ,'5 ; if,1 ( l:m Company, publishers. ow lork r 'i ' City. ii '( T The author i)f this" sizable volume sol I n '' U ',. lilu'lf the task of writing: a hbtory of 1 ,' - tli United Slntw "In n sjncle volume Uiat 1 ' ;! U ' ' should fall between tho elnbora to works ,1 ' f ' which are beyond tho rench of most busy !' f people, and tho condensed .school histories. I i ii , Jjl which nro emii.culated of all literary Klylo ! i " t) I !l 3 fhrou'tjh tho necessity of crowding so many '? ! ' "1 fctrt Into Pmall space." Tho aJ,n. ur- i j 1 ', t ''- ilicr, wan to present an accurate narra- .. jj '. Uve of lho origin and growth of our coun- . u ! ' M! trv and Its Institutions In such a form aa , '''! , to i...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

SeTSnGirLNow Engaged, Sells ) How Forty Men Proposed to Her I k,cS ch,coco ,v,, Ff kcpL a faithful rcCord of 1,c?' h3 nn proposing, but she doesn't SflCf Jt She won't give her 11 frc uccs to allow her photo HZns page-Kuld be ! fr,ph .00 And her name Is one i A announced her engagc- , jjiVlne J - vearg of uqueslloned !rc;nti.ftert congentcdi ..for ?Xi5Sufic purposes," to discuss Ln' crs and method, of the mod Wns ,,cn Ir0P0S,ng mar rtl ,1 modern young woman. it often that such a subject Is funked oi by one qualified to :r .m-thlng about. w " n "Slv. they say. but they I 7SPtfsl men concealing 11 VnS ffl belns f ld ? tell of 1 jny tiling . lney should be ac- E TenP ' ttwtlJi by lose fortu- 1 of empii f ,IOMOr not rnccml ted "o them Is also I il'S In Sforeinp reticence. But to I irt Kevcloped science of psy V ihi oxnert In pre-matrimonLal Knflcns and to frankly rc S vr "proposal" experiences, omlt t i and flat". as a nonorable H n m J Her first statement was r'tff -ST iflrlng to make t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

Rku; :' -ip. TlEE SAIjT TEIBTOTBi SDJTDAY -MOB'NXN'G. -MAT" 8. I904e " SiiMlll''1 1 I'll1! MZWA O O 'Public $ye If! fewl I ',: THIS WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS. I I 'j J' ; Salt Lake Theator Utah State band j J if ' , concert Monday night, Richard Mans- , ,'' field in "Ivan the Terrible," Saturday ! ' " night. . h Grand Theater "Shenandoah" all i ,, -week. Ill' - I, ' . UpklCHARD MANSFIELD will ho at the Salt Lake Theater next Sat- urday night in "Ivan the Tcr- I rlble," by Alexis Tolstoi. Jn view of the Importance of this play,- i in which Mansfield is said to be at his i ' best, an outline of it will be read with i ij ' Interest. ,j "Ivan the Terrible" opens in the coun dl chamber of the Bogyars with the 1 1 ' Imperial council in session electing a , , new Tzar in the place of Ivan, who, i ,1 i I In a fit of penitence, has thrown down ( 1 the crown i.nd sceptre. Such, however, ( i ', 1 is the sway of this iron tyrant over his , ' i ancients that they dare name no ono t ,!' else, and set ou...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

1 , The SamXlke Telstjnt; sttztdat Moisting, Mat8, 1904. l i r Wews o Music: and Musicians at 'Home and Abroad.- - 11 W-i -uc of the rblladcl W: j i r? r Conslanln von tA v di9cuI at some length If1 2L" "WluU i American I extracts frqm the article. 1 : American Music. M ; i,',trvn? When the braa I ff Larches of L Soua type. I student feels la them a 4 F .Nires-'on of at least one f ff.B I lift- of tl!e be9t ,f Abut tnc best he can llnd J It is the 'yellow' $ sU" tomorrow. Amus Mui Jhon first -hMird. sensa J Hr,s,h' fore wearying when, f i mv lime's in succession. lietter, finer, nobler lf African life. There are m America afI,IranJn. t''her eto. thePttWoCour, if in the worlds -the vast- i, , ttVne-s of our continent, -5 oour enterprises., and a 1 ' i; Ir tvolcally American tesc A vS he would" like to ? fl'LilSlnWrptettd-. All these "I ' Sor American life, however. ; gfejit)und t.Kpre3lbn by. our, a kSnnr Surely not for want 7 ! 'iSs"rorn which such musical It' id e evolved ao. would...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 May 1904

H V jjjjP, 12 THE QAUFJLlAK TRIBTHBt SUNDAY7" MORyTIsGr, MAT 8, 1904-. I 111 m . . r felJESTBONSANSWERg Ij'ji i J I SALT LAKE CITY. April 30. Will '" , 'Jf; i you please answer In your valuable pa- , i y J per the population of Denver, Colo., -and I l' .."j 1 j, the nopulatlon of Los Angeles. And I ' J', j, ! -what is the highest building la Los An- I' if j gelcs. A Subscriber, i. 'I 1 'j'1 Population of Denver, 1S3.S50: of. Los j A J j; l Angeles, 102,-179. (2) W don't know. ! l' I? FARIUINGTON. May -l.-Wlll you j ,'! j:; J 'I kindly answer the following queslldns I ii i !'! J 'I i In your Sunday's Tribune: Are the one- i'l ? 1 pound American weights similar to the I f I i,J : English one-pound weights? I am "I ' I'M j awaro there Is not so many pounds in 1. I i'J one American ton as one English ton, I ' . ' f () are the measurements of yards. M ! acres and miles In America, similar to " ? English? (3) Could you recommend . , t ., , cheap book on American measurements i I A and cal...

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

HjjLjl ' . V.- WEATHER TODAY Eolr; -warmer. ,j WyZ11' :SOt 23 ' Salt Lake City, Utah, Mozstay Mokntn-q, VIay9, 1904, 12 phgE3."Fivb Cents il'l L to ffospital for ; Protection. ' Niis Burial Alive While 'Under the Influence of This Pewer. I 'trpen All Other Subjects, but J? leaks Physicians Upon This One. TORK, May S.-It is the fear mlit he will become a victim or a5.hvpi.oI. that he will ap & to be dead and he burled &t hat surgeons will perform an K,D Mm. which led Dr. Patrick xks to become a voluntary pa i! in the psychopathic ward of hospital iraasm has been a subject in D- Collins has been deeply in ijyd tor fceveral years, and he has ,1, ten delivering lectures upon It rutau pans of the country. So i hold has it taken of him that jbr believes that he has fallen a rja to vim is known as self-hyp- While his physical condition Is rjod. his mind Js constantly sub .Kfefearof death as he admitted to ;Fitifr who Is in charge of the In- trulllon. , , . U by no means despondent....

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. — 9 May 1904

H Pali f 1 I I '1 jrpi .2 1THE SAJLTliAK TRIBUNE: MODSTDAY MOIGSTESTG, MAY 9, 1904. 1 I Dp JAPS REJOICE . OVER VICTORIES Great Demonstration i'ljil ' at Mio ' During Which Twenty-One j : j :J;jii Were Killed and Forty ii . i . 1 Reports Indicate That tho Ozar's i , . '1 , Army Sustained Greater Losses ' . j ' " Than First Reported. f j) I qrfOKIO, May 9. During- the I r -f popular demonstration last ! ' j f ngkt in honor of the victories ( ; t i- achieved by tho Japanese forces, i ( ,' ' ' f- twenty-one persons were" killed ' i( f f and forty injured. The killed 1 I t and injured were mostly hoys, ' i ' i i f who were caught against a ', closed gate at an angle in the -f J t old palace wall3 by the thVong J , ' -f and crushed or drowned in an -f- i '!.''' old moat. "-t- j I1 ( t 'TpOKIO, May S. A great popular dem- 'f'l I onstratlon was held horo tonight In I ' I I J. nonor ' tnu victories achlovcd by ( ' tho Japancso army and navy, i ' ' : ( Tens of thousands of people, carrying ' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 May 1904

Lj0i Hoar, I'Sflfltotk Senator Vf b Candidate for Congress in fiercest- Pistrict-ls Popular Y j; Should Win. ltPKC pnc.Tcally conceded by Re iV I that nodcwooil Hoar, son ffS SU-o F. IIoar M bo rS or Congress next fall. 'ft tc-nis tho district has Ix-en r-p three lc i.,n R Tnavcr. Dcmo 'ntfJ W, troubles compelled SfH'ffiouSSShat he will not be SS'S ?oar'ls tho Dlntrlct Attorney iffortwl'fSral thousand votes SJrf 5v,?nt& dcmonatratlnff un Sirf of r'ii.r anionc lhf voter?. Tho d P'?uf riet InciudcB Worcester. SV?SS Aurj- and other In- 'd,UCflucrtdontS"thal District At tn,",1 'nominated, will win In the fW-iriet against any Democrat XS a member of the Gov .fU SaJ.. kt th Fifth Aveniio ho- f"S' J M "He wod win with the S5 united nnd tho fact Oiat there rwln that 'hey will tgtrlcncxt fall. Wr. livery stable for carriages CtJ Telephone Sf, IEN FLOOD DAMAGE BEATER THAN REPORTED i w The Tribune. EK May a -Indications are that xi dour by the flood of Saturday i rcn higher than at first r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 May 1904

H V: t J' 4 'J-HE 8A2T TiAKP? TBIBOTTE: MOXDAY MOKOTW, MAT 9, 1904, I : the Jailti $rilmne. S' iS ,hi' f1' Issued ovcry morning by Salt Lake Trlb- tt , i T 1 uno PubllshlnK Company. PERRY 3. I 3 r " TT12ATH, Publisher and General Man- ilf 'l r ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 , ; " . ' Dally and Sunday Tribune, one wcok.S .25 V. 'n i Dally and Sunday, one monlh J-w . ' J fl ,,K 'I ; Dally and Sunday, two months -JJJ Ht.dii 11 t Dally and Sunday, three months i. 'H'f Dally and Sunday, ono year 12.00 j ' ,1 j 'i Sunday Tribune, ono yoar ,. , '( ' II; i . Sundav Trlbuno, six months I, , f ) -Siml-Weokly Tribune ono year i-"0 J f ' All remittances and business letters I .,'!! 1, j fhould bo nddrcs30d to ! - TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. I hj 1 Salt Iike City. Utah. 1 I I'i It ( S. C Beekwlth. Speelnl Ajcnney. Solo 1 '1 I'i I Eastern Adveriislnc Agnt. pastern of- ' A J f I ', dec. 43-44-45-17-48-49 Trjbunft TBulMlnjr. I J fc : New York. W-'storn ofllcc, E10-512 Trlb- I ,, jjr l uno Building, Chi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 May 1904

isfCOULON'T LIVE i fAfi FROM THE SEA ' ncisco Girl Attempted Suicide feaoseShe Pined for the Ocean's Kotir. t tol-IS, May sA-Mcdical skill ft T- cived the life of Margarita monV nEel 1?, who, despondent 3 ' 1 ,' he' could not return to 'Se'how wltWn sight oC the HoU at San Francisco, yester 1 -.iloed cocaine. pr i child" as the nurses at tho Kvho heard her story of loneli her. came to St. Louis it0?h atfo with friends. She ex c,Knd the summer studying m-c f-ilnthUB burnishing: with H fforIf the education she had re ! the convent of the Sisters of iTd n cacramento. All her former f-deW the school days spent -feonvent, had been passed beside across half the continent and ltv ofthe Inland life diverted 5SS for two ",ceks" Then canie U'la real voice." fiJrvli. "At night when all was would awolie hcaiinx. it PV, the thunder of tho surf. The blue billows toss one ovtr the E.r tho sails of ships-ah, it was iWhe cnll was so insistent. Unditd the longing- many daya I i ti.i mother wanted me ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 May 1904

111 MINING NEWS. VALLEY FURNACES MAKING RECORDS j l j!( t Volume of Ore Undergoing Eeduc- i ;-i 1 tlon Greater Than Ever, and ! I il 1 J i lf JJ::;i Hourly Increasing. ! 1 ' i ? !' ii ' UPBRINTENDENT NUTTING of ' "W the Bingham Con. smeltor, who I 'Wr O came up froni thc funmccs for ! 2, j jf prayer and a little pasUmo ycstcr- ! tj ''Hp' day morning, says that at no time have ' 1 J j I, the batteries down there been .running , . j j on so great a volume o ore, and that ! unless something unforeseen should , i j j prevent May will present a ndw record, ' ' T with that record to be exceeded In June. I ; 1 1 j'J As his own furnaces have never been j , I 'l "tried out," Superintendent Nutting- r , j 1 1 pleads that lie docs not like to say what j! ! tonnage they are capable of, but, after ( ' ' ' i " nil these years of pyrltlc smelting, feels , 1 ' . , that he Is justified in extending an in- ' vilatlon to the producer to come on I ' j , i with his 25,000 tons a month and then i j A ; w...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 May 1904

SUfMiMS IN UTAH' jLtTKE SEARCH OFPIC, I IIER DIES I ;AT BAKER CITY, OREGON ; I . i. The Tribune. ; . mm- g -William Studer is ' Ved away at Baker City. .Irisv of rheumatism oC the ' Studer was one of the 'J ' He was prominent in 01 ltir: " v a candidate for ' "Sit the Iccen blade of his I i Jotrf bv his friendship. Ho 3 fetrft?t!!me in his likes and dls- "JTa mn was his friend, 3 lii wUihie too good for him, fl -Jr. was an enemy, he was an 11 h ,Sr act, and deed. A falth--2 i13 and a forceful foe, Billy :4Mr. universally respected be !Bf5ltIon was never In ques fcw ahvays knew where he stood. K ur friend you realized It M?;7r La the week, but If he was SAnr you wcry Just as often Kof the fact. He went to Baker K ft year ago to live with who Is in business there. Wlr i Hansen was severely In Bfcv'fclilnff down the cellar stairs rtstfence She was badly (K but her injuries will not prove BtlSmmi and Detective Pender of Mm department today arrested llPminl, a Mexican, on the '' tf burgl...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 May 1904

IlW P" racing, . cpoiTIMCFW mAftNDA.. 1 i li'i I PUGILISM 3rvJ&IlWjr WJE,V3 - BASEBALL fl Score Yesterday Stood Seven to Ten. Visitors Smitten Hip and i , Thigh in the First v 'Y''i ', Inning. i ' 1 1 ; ; Each Team. Got Two Gomes Out of the i; ! Series Which Began Here Last 5 , -- y 1 ' . Wednesday. 3 i'I' 1 1 PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE. ' ' i Standing of the Clubs. i 1 l Won. Lost. IC. ! J; cioiee S S .727 i ! i 1 Hpokano 5 C .153 ,; k ' - Uutto 4 5 .4U J 1 i I Salt- ako 3 6 533 f t l'iU ' ) ' il'iP fjflATIE last of the series with the Miners , J ; j. wns captured by the Saints yesterday I ; h I afternoon and wc now stand even on jl ' J : J i the week, bavins won two and lost a I' ' ) ,i ; I similar number. Yesterday's contest was " ,, 1 snapped up by the Saints In the first In- " tj ; nlnff. when they fell upon. Pitcher Sporcr ji ' 1 j I- t. for flix hits, which, combined with a pair , !.t of errors, netted eight tallies. Butte tried 'l hard to bat out a victory later in the I i ...

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

I The Saif !Lake Trtoute? Monday Moram, may 9, 1904. g If I a if WANTS SON I ID SUCCEED II fs Plan is favored i by Penrose. I '4 1 :' I ! Who, With Republican Lead- ers, Will Try to Land 4 , Young IVian. ' I jf ' jTiny Kevatono Republicans Want to H ar nior Senator's Toga, but Tear to Oppose Quay. If PHILADELPHIA, May S Senator I i D Mathew Stanley Quay desires I i Uiat Ills son Richard succeed him I ' as a member of the United States I '.ejte, and Is working through his i o tliat end" ?i His failing health and his declara fy'tixot 1901 that he would not be a can &FdI!te f0r re-election has developed -, tevc-ral candidates for his toga, but --r.ator Penrose has been able thus far l5 prevent anything like a- scramble for j-jl senator Penrose insists that his col liMlarue will be a candidate for re-elec- tier, but this is not generally believed. I But the Insistence of Penrose. Dur T ' tin) and others that Quay will be his era successor deters the dozen or more Iupirants for Senat...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 9 May 1904

BM j! 10 'he B&ufIiA&b TBimmBi Monday Moknxntg, may 9 , 1904, p I jl'll :;: f"WAMX ADS" I'j ,; 'I j, CASH RATES I !' 10c per line flxKt Insertion. M f . I 6c per liito each subsequent 1 - i insertion. I It I S) ,i 2 No nd. to occupy less space J'1' ' ' i Tour "want ad." frill be ne- i, At ;. I cepted and Phoned to The Stilt ( i I Iko Tribtuio office at rogular l , j rates by the following ajyento: BRANCH OFFICES V 4 Oodbc-Pitts Drug Co. j , ,. 101 Main Strcot I , If I W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., J N ';,';, ; J Cornor Second South and State, j ', .t I SHERWOOD PHABMAOY, , i, i! " ' I COS South Stata. ' ! " ' M LEAVEB DRUG CO., Grand ! ji i 1 ' , ,; 8 Pacific Hotel, Cornor 3rd "West . 3 8 and South Temple. , ! j ' ' if VERMILLION'S PHAR- '! if MAOY, 511 West 2nd South. ' ft , ij 'Phone 1838. j 1 'I ! j WASATCH DBUG STORE, -I I' I I corner Second South and Third t j East I - i I I I W. B. CLABK DBUG STOBE, , $ ' , , H Hth East and 12th South, Su- ' i ., . pj gar House. t l! j'' DIED...

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