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

J T V Jf CC WEATHER TODAY Fair. PortSSit??od 'll fl2- . TttTttttTI-f-f -f f! Vol XJvn. yo. 27. Salt Lake City, Utah, Friday Moknxn-g, May 13, 904, W PjRLGES.fivb Cents 'ii It - ! W TO DANCE ill PLAY CARDS i Ijeinoval of Church Ban Desired. I iHethodists Ask That a I Chang?- in Discipline Be I !; Made si f, BBt BmoTftl of Present Rigid bVatrictlonBegardinfflndulffence m of Several Recreations. Sm((S akgBLES, CnJ, May 12. A .7SS auction of important bearing, , 3 which has come prominenUy to the 4vbM f,) in the Methodist general con jM.' proceedings during the past UKrtboura Is that involving a change :Sfte!pltae to the extent of entirely 'Ste-TiEC the church ban on the pleas 2 U 0' 3wclnjr, card-playing and the 3 Kleins. K stems not unlikely that $ bccafercnce will vot6 to remove the 1 piat rigid restriction regarding the kJ-'-S-" of these recreations. yit rub-commlttce o the Committee ?! Bte of the Church, of which Judge -! is. Sibley is chairman, has reported i tei to the main body ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 May 1904

UU V 2 iTHE Salt XiAKs Tribtotb: Friday Morning Max 13, I90i. I; Hllh I S i! If mostly Chinese, Japanese, Koreans and HH W' M i Russians. I1 jj i lip!"!' RUSSIAN FINANCIER J j ''! ij, tXPLAINS uEED OF LOAN !; 1 riill I "j I J,,', Jf ST PETERSBURG. May 12. The fol- ' 'I ft Jli!' ' 'If lowing statement has been officially " 'vwr III communicatee! to the press: "The war ' ' '"'! 'T '11 which broke out In spite of the pence- I' l ' ' Iff ful lntentlons oC Rs9la found the I kH ttn finances of the empire In a satlsfac- H i lff: tory condition. The effective capital of ;i .:) ''jl the exchequer, which at the beKinnlng 4' mM . J l of the year amounted to 1S2.000.000 rou- I ' 4 r Ill ,,ef, ,laB kcen niore than doubled up hi ;i I I 0 thc Present by reason of the dlminu- " 1 ill tiff t,on of tllc hudet expenses. Now the I ,7 ". jl whole sum at the disposal of thc ex- ' ''it' l( : lilt chequer exceeds 300.000.000 roubles, ' If M; if ml "Dcspito this, the war expenditure U n fl f must be very co...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 May 1904

!! v ;1l f THE SiUiT -LAKE TRBT310!2 FRIDAY MoaiOTHSTGr, MAY 13, 1904. 3 jH ?j : f women and girls. B TStj J Why should this be the case? Because they have neglected themselves. , jjjjii jSj0fTl' X Ever'' one of these patients in the hospital beds had plenty of warning in that bearing-down feeling, pain at the left or Jij ! lj ;J ; I ct3S!f V1 right of the womb, nervous exhaustion, pain in the small of the back. All of these things are indications of an unhealthy ': i ' I .JW ffa? condition of the ovaries or womb. B ' H J , I JS Im y What a terrifying thought 1 These poor souls are lying there on those hospital beds awaiting a fearful operation. mJ ' 1' ! I i V T$f jjfi if E not drag along at home or in your place of employment until you are obliged to go to the hospital and submit to an MB l ( i ll WJ $ examination and possible operation. Build up the female system, cure the derangements which have signified themselves by 'ffl !' fZ danger signals, and remember that Lydia E. Pinkha...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 May 1904

HT! i ,,i 4 rteE SAirliASS Tribtoie; Friday aloBirasrGr, May 13, 1904. j 1? ,1'! '( Isnucd ovory morning by Salt Irako Trrb- ; n . i ! une Publishing Company. PERRY 0. i j -MM HEATII, Publloher and General Man- ,Tt t . npcr. llM.' A TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, i I li' ! 'i 't I Dally and Sunday Trlbuno, ono week.? .5 I' IT I Dally and Sunday, ono month Jfl Ml Ml ! Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 i i ll !i (J Dally and Sunday, thrco months .w I 1 I ! ., j Dally and Sunday, ono year ' -j-j 1' ' j. -j i Sunday Tribune, ono year ,' f !( i ! , Sundav Tribune, six months y' I t mi ; M Semi-Weekly Trlbuno, one year i-w ' jl i? :: i I All remittances and business lottors I 1 J " 1 ehould be addressed to !! t ' ;'if , I TRIBUNE PimTJSHINCJ COMPANY, ' '! J ; I ! Salt Lake City. Utah, i.'plj ? I'll S. C. Bcekwlth. Special Apjncy. Sole . i J ft I Eastern Advertising Acmt. Eastern or- . flee. -U-45-47-4S- Tribune Bulldlnff. 'I i y il. , New York. WoHtcrn office, B10-512 Trlb- if'M.fj I; uno Bulldln...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 May 1904

r H I The Salt .Lake TREatmE: Friday Mokntng, Mat 13, 1904. & !H u--- Of Tntere$t to women. t FOR HONOR'S SAKE. !BY CATHERINE LEWIS. (Copyright, 1904, C. B. Lewis.) i q buzz of talk at the "Ranch, at the Four-X ?"7th roa"'ou93 btweei1 thcm .1. three or four Pcatterer cabins 'Vp-SnaUc Creek. There had !? between Dave Hender 6 'the Three Stars and Gulllo 'iLof the Four X's. It had been Z for lo wcc,tB- and naU7 id W exchanged, and Gulllo ftoa sllfibtJy wounded. Men had & (hen. but not until a duel to Ll on toweback had been ar X to come off a week later. tfctfOTV na(1 comc to act as gi. ji.the roadhouw a year be t to blame the widow Huber ! .i.rhter Viola, the latter a girl xas a flash, a report and a fottrabled to the ground. llhfir piece was a house of call larekrs, and wno well patronized, flgb there was no bar and no hVu Kild. i!!iventy-five cowboys employed Ifttrw contlRiious ranches were a b'itdarlne Viola Huber to be the faun, cutest, jolliest girl ever ita Ike grazing ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 May 1904

I 1 1 1 ft 6 THE SAIT IuAKE THIBTJTE: FIUDAY jVIOICSTCnG, Mat 13, 1904, I I LACK OF STYLE i If! ST. LOUIS Women Wear Dreadful Corsets. Have No Idea of Lines of Beauty in Dress, Says Redfern. . I J J' ,' J -jMm Dressmaker Criticises tlie Gtir- F II til ments "Worn by Gentler Sox in . I ,j j 11 1 ij World's Fair City. yiim . i '! j'!; jl j! I, Jh i ATEUr Y0RK Moy 12- After spend ' H' lns nlnl0St a fortnight In St. J . 'ij,; jj 1: Louie, Redfern, the Paris dre&s- ' I i' '' 'Hi maker, returned to New York j j '! 1 njji yostordcy. "When he was not arranging r i ' '' 'If 'or his fashion exhibit at the expoal- ' i ' ' 'M-i ilia t'on' e was 009cn'm -he dress of the ! li'ji ill!1 , IjS women on the streets of St. Louis. "I i ' r ibi'l filB f, not u"sn 10 ma-ks any, harsh crltl- ;' i"' Mi i'lfi c!sm" sai(1 Mr- Kcdfcrn, "but thero ' 'T I fijlM was such an astonishing amount of bad f , '! h';i' Mjj jl dressing out there that I feci that wc , ji j ;!, jlj Jj who have taken really good gowns ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 May 1904

i!H I The Bat 3Lake toistoie: Friday MoBxnre, ;may is, 1904, t JH km m I- SPEEDY GAME !l pSnkeRiver" Loocks : jo the Box. finely Hitting Wins Fastest I Game Seen Here This I Season. ! Jim" w"iggs Pitches Good Ball 4 Has Gilt-Edged Support, but Still Elders Loso. LCIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE. Standing of the Clubs. W. L. P.C. : 9 6 at ., . " 1 -SCO ltd, 8 B .MO W Ufce S .333 Yesterday's Games. '.fjoiiM 4. Salt Lake 3. j fcto 5, Boise 2. i ; WHE. cleanest exhibition of tlio na il tlcr.al game that ha3 boon seen In this city during tho season was wn yesterday afternoon by by a score of 4 to 3. "Snako fHif Loucks was in the box for tho f&cn and pitched a magnificent game, liifcf but seven hits. Wiggs did tho lib rk for tho Elders, and he. too, did pel Trork. Tho Indians cocurod but eight fit km off "Big Jlm'a" delivery, and ij eil numt-cr of Rcdmcn were struck j Ferris on the Warpath. ;i ' Wl Lako played an errorless game 1 to visitors committed but two of- iurinj tho nine Innings of play...

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

ImM "WANT APS" iJ'l CASH RATES: lj ( l ill, 10c per line first insertion. j' y ' S N , I'd Be 'per line each subsequent I ! vj ill' i insertion. I I itt V' 'W No nd io 0CCUP7 le3S sPnc6 t1 ISi J'l "M i than, two lines. I !l 'V'llij Your "want ad" -will ho nc- ; ' : . i; i cepted and 'phoned to Tho Salt j ). ( I !'' y' Ialce Tribuno offico at regular ,' Jl( . j j( rates by tho following agents: rjfij:ji ' BRANCH OFFICES. !i :; . Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. 1 1 , 101 MAIN STREET. , i njlf l ' j V7. H. DAYTON DBUG CO., 1 jZ : l corner Second South and State, I r SHERWOOD PHARMACY, ,( 't jj 602 South State. I ; . ' ' ; !: J LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand r i ' ,' J Pacific Hotel, corner Third f ' 1 ' ' i, West and South Temple, j : -Hf'l VTRMILLION'S PHAR- I j t J; j MACY, 511 West Second South. ! jitj . ijT 'Phone 1838. I J Y I : WASATCH DRUG STORE, , l . ' corner Second South and Third I 'l ': U East. I j W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, ; ' ; ! j j Eleventh East and Twelfth V I ; ,j! j j South, Sugar Houso....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 May 1904

sf The Sam Lake Tribune: Friday Mobiststg, May 13, 1904. 9 it -mSM i 'nl HAPPEN1N6S IN UTAH 1 fOGDEN I 1 UJTEBBANCH OFFICE, IffUlUWton Ave., Telephone 111 J 50EN VOTES $55,000 POR BONOS FOR SEWERS to Tho Tribune. $r Mav ll-0gdo City is to bo for JS.OW- Such waB tne dccislon v f'tctloa heM hero this afternoon tV. rcnK of )aulnS bQllda 10 con ron? In what Is known as dls- V,V which indudes tho terr'ior' between Qulncy avonuo on tho eaat f Will ivenu on tho west, Twonty- rf'unusually light, as fol- 2 For Si): against. 9. Third ward rf- Knit 10. Fourth ward-For. w HtiSt H.-Fifth ward-For. 40; KJtt Toial6-21S for and 49 uKalnut. grln tovor of tho bonds, m it, i nrvcr has declined to enter tho S Mr carnival queen for tho Elks rKini- . . Wv S'oblo. orroorly superintendent of Jl'i',l Lake dlvJalon of the Southern 1j la the city from California. L TTaaa, an Austrian, was arrest Srtt and will be held on tho , Miault wttu a acaaiy weapon HfiBirian and a fellow countryman mntain altercation in ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 May 1904

H ii J Y !jj 1 0 The Sjllt Lake Tribune: Fxeday Mokntbtgt, Max 13, 190. 1 M a'l M . . , Isoll III IDAHO EDITORS ip VISIT I ZHM iliji Stop in Salt Lake on Way East. 4 j for the Fair, I 'I1' ' mIIm Spent a Profitable Day Seeing1 he f : 111 Siglita of Salt Lake City 1 J ! nnd Saltulr. t i I ORTY-ONE Idaho editors on a lark t 1 ' jjj flU stopped oil in Salt Lake yesterday I i in 1 long enough to nee some oC the ' i 1 , fa sights of Zion, whlcli many of '' , I 1 them had all their lives before regarded 1 1 ' ') ; 1 &a merely the pictures produced by a j , vivid imagination, novor to materialize I j , ! 8 on erttu In this they were, happily dls- I . ' fB appointed. They found that the Temple ' If really oxlst6 In all its glory, that tlio pin , ' ' jj'S -which drops in tho Tabernacle can be j ' . !j beard several blocks away on a clear , , J day, that there is water at Saltnir and i in other moro palatable liquids not far , ,! ' i away. They walked on tho paved streets , ' ' ) and look...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 May 1904

0H ASSAULT 1 1 oN A. J. GREGORY ' '' t , , salt Lako Railroad Man Al f giost Killed by Thugs in p Denver. ,i it rfRT railroad man in Salt Lake ,.. be grieved and Indignant to 'F of the brutal assault made III U1 j Gregory, traveling freight i ""for the Denver & Rio Grande. &acC0U"US taUOn frm th Mountain Now: il-itlwr Incoherently and giving ' Evidence of having: lost his mind, iTrregory. the Rio Grande livestock Tt Kho was so brutally slugged last rfay nlSbt on Stout StrC6t belween l Heenth and Eighteenth streets, and ki' there In an unconscious con ff" cn on Seventeenth street iutV yesterday afternoon by Gen. D. A. !Lt an oi frlen'1- wis the first time Uie man has SI IrLn aince the nlfjht of the assault. Meads were, becoming alarmed ' hi" "whereabouts. He exhibited !iV. rBnw! to Gen. Cook and he showed IKKd suffered untold agonies. The 'rV.rl aid that they were the worst 'rVMM-er - !n hls experience. !uJ!off told his friend that he was W lo the telegraph oHlcc and the two ...

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. — 13 May 1904

Qj"of'Mine, of ProspectTc Ij jjifj RICH PRODUCT J fM FROM LINCOLN MILL I, ' J 'rf'jjl jlj !'; ' j rt"sr t ITH a carload of concentrates I (S '1 WW lr0,n thc Tj,ncoln rn,1I out oC j I l ;::!'J 'jj yy Boise City, Ida., from which he i "'I iil'll ' expects to derive at least 51000, ! I' ,s j;1' :j John T. Hodson arrived from camp ' Si li i III again yesterday morning. The cou- ' ' i 1 1 ' r ill slgnmont Is one that has been delayed ,!' " j !'.' ' for some time by roads that have been K- M 'Mll almost without bottom, said Manager it 'j y'm Hodson, the mill to go into commlsMon I ''';!', j again as soon as they are restored, ' I I !' which ought to be within another week. ' "!"' in the district Mr. Hodson. who with : '') , Capt. Stallings has placed the Lincoln , , I v : ; j among Its most productive propositions, ' ' II? reports a great deal of activity. At thc I , 'in Friday mine, operated by Oregon talent, , j :l';jfl a new hoist has Just been Installed, V, ij ' ijs with good ore resp...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 May 1904

I tbcb Saw Iaeb Tribute: Friday Moknustg, may 13, 1904. IH With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers. Pressure (o Sell in fall Street I'ltxther ExP0sion in thc Volumo o Dealings in Stocks Duo to This Fact. miTX? YORK, May li-TUcre was a j'l ,,.rthor expansion In thc volume of jeilln?s in tlio stock market today, I'll due to the Increased pressure to sell i Weakness bcins more dlstrl- , 'aa,, was the case yesterday. Much Tooupon sentiment was produced by , so.in? dimensions oC the gold move l Tho May shipments and engago , . for Saturday nggregaio more than '00"0 11,0 larffC3t nmount oC Kld ii ' hstorc exported in a full month from ' York wes May. when 7,H9. rfl trT.t out. Tho sustained lovel of tho f.jn' eschanze rate makes It evident ' tutt movement has not lost its force, estimates vary widely as to Its limits, " Jy, have been already over $40,CO0,0CO its Inception Jn April. A largo por 'i.feTof tl:o Panama canal payment re iScs to bs provided for, and thc current I' Kin Is ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 13 May 1904

I?" 14 The SjgltIxAKE Tribtoos; fbtoay MosmNG, May 13, 1904. 1 I" '1 i Hi llfeij : How Boise Secured Hot : :m I Water Heating System: ' J'Tii'l-l (Philadelphia. Korlh American.) li,,5i''-' it About three years ago the citizens of H ' n !V m I Boise, Ida., where tho winter Is nlmost I ' ' il I were as la In Alaslta, and fuel Is t' ' j j jj I very costly heard that Col. Henry C. j j j J'; ;( Dcmmlner, acting State Geologist of lit II; Ww Pennsylvania, had dotcrmlned that the ; ' I .'J' "J ft earth's crust was very thin In that re ' W'V'i .lilt filon' anrt nilffht bo tapped for hot wa il ' '1!' Tfr and 8te;im tor the practical heating- j 1 t4 1 'Uti I ! ! of prtorog and residences. I 1 J If ,m j i To some of tho wise-acres in Boise the , ' 1 t " 'I R I 8 seemed to be merely a piece of Im I' " m !j!!J TnaBlnatlon an. Aladdin' lamp dream ' j 7 it) plensHnp nonsense. so far ns real utlllty ' (f. " J j I iros concerned. But several business ; j J men and the Governor of the State, I V i1 ....

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

ten? gBje Salt JLate tbiiti hisi I H V JF "C C T T dcrtt Loubet concerning hta recent IH I fJJj V - V ,. , WEATHEB TODAY-Threatenlng. ffi j j1' j yoiXX.yn. yq 28. - Sau Lake Oity, Utah, Saturday prto-. May 14, 1904, 13 FflGBS.Fiv:B Oarers ''M ill ' v -f&Wk I ' fc Now Occupied by Army of : . . SJg 1 if the Mikado. . J&M pi HAY HID HAiA i IthirBiM National " Committee, j icans Plan for Thr uarters During the ext Campaign. tw York, Another in Chi and a Third in. San Francisco. IKGTON, May 13. That the publican leaders, who have ;c trying to secure the ht man for chairman of il committee, may turn to Cortelyou, la the latest talk, telyou should not have been previously in connection :halrman9hlp Is tho wonder peculiar opportunity aa scc 'resldent McKlnley and Pres ivelt gave him a good Insight al affairs and party manoge I1I9 later responsibility as of the Department of Corn Labor has brought him Into bna with the corporation ln the entire country, atural bent toward mastering 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

'i ji hi, ,;. 2 Mhb Salt Lake TBiBtosnE: Saturday Moenxstg, May 14, 1904. I IlmM FOOTPAD ASSAULTS WW TWO OGDEN YOUTHS j j'jf jj'j- jljll ellB Them to Earth With Kocks, but I IjJ, 'b'Am Is caro Away Beforo He 1i j'i' y Can Rob Them. (l ill 1 jjfl Special to Tho Tribune. ' 'l ;fi flI GDEN, Utah. May 13. One of the : ' lU I A most darlnff attempto at highway 1 ' i 'i 1 iU f robbery that ever took place in- the il ' i! 'j ' ill c,ty occl,rrei about 12 o'clock to ' VI I'M ' fl n,Sht 'lthl halc a b,ock of the Unlon ' ' i n llftt station. While on their way to work In J H1 ' iJ R the express ofllco of the "Wells-Forgo ' I'll ill company, Tobe and Charles Foster were I '( ' I I B assaulted by a highwayman a few rods ' ''l!1'1 liB south r tho unIon denot and batUy i " ) NiifjiUf beaten by the robben ,! -'i'. H The young men wero coming up the I ; " JIB track towards the express office when a ' ' I t'i' nilB Jne footpad ran up to tho wldo of tho ' liSira track audi with a remark, "You're the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

T fil ' TECE SA3LT ILAJgS TRX3imE: SATURDAY MOKNiyG, KAY 14-, 190. . 3 H fa IS ON 1 IB OF REVOLT ny Save to Face I yar at Home. Internal Situation of the I i Empire Is Becoming Most I Serious. I dilution Will Deprive fho Czar of Assistance of tbo Poles jB and Plnais. U Pft received from St. Pe I K ttwburg deplete the internal 11 nation of Russia aw bccom- I.rco9t serious as regards the prcser tlcn ol the present institutions, the jto-y 'failures In tho far Bnst hav strtnFihenel tbo opinion that tho ., nre duo to the present organlza s of the country in which a change he hopo Is expressed that the Em-x-himself, seeing the danger, will Muccd to grant the country a con ation. In which event the enthusl n of the people will become so great to render It posslblo to ralso an army 3 cnDwt the means necessary to de HbS'w. the report sayp. it is he rd Ml the efforts mado at St. Pe urg will remain futile, as besides ' t?x In tho far East, Russia will obliged to face a latent If not an ia 'rev...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

HffwE I .( I rh4 4 SaitILakb Tribtxne? Saturday Moeotn-g, May 14, 1904. 1 r Hi J 'J If ; Jnued every morning by Salt Lake Trlb- l I A .1 13 i uno Publlchlnic Company. PERRY S. J It d?r( ' I f ! HEATH; Publisher and General Man- r'!! I'l' gor' ' 1 I li'"' ."ill TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, li if i ij ,i;S Dally and Sunday Tribune, one weok.J .75 ' il 'fi'Mi 3 Dally and Sunday, ono month Jw .i ; '! I ? I i Dally nnd Sunday, two monthn 2.0 ! (i 1 Daily ond Sunday, throe months J.JjJ J 'I J'1 (J Dally end Sunday, ono year -W Jll ,. l-lgff fr'unday Tribune, ono year f-JEJ I It II Jiffi Diinday Tribune, elx months J.W '':"? Ooml-tvv,f,kly Tribune, one yaar ! f H V: l( . jl jy AL rrvnltt.ir.cc3 and business lottern "l i i'J'iil il fhould b nddrcaacd to 1 L (t i'i j' I tridunt: publishing compant. I H In ' t I BaU T-ako c,ty' utfth- I ' M, E. C. Bcckvrlth. Special Apency. Solo I', 'I I lantern Advert Inltiir Anent. Eastern of- i 1 ji i . I Ace. -4-10-7HM0 Trlbunn Sulldlntr. - fe 'iljf, I Nov.- Yo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

I 'I I m rHE &AIT TiAKB TRIBUNE; SATURDAY MOKNINO. MAY 14, 1904, 5 Of Interest to Ktorcen, j ' lUEEN COPHETUA AND THE BEGGARMAN j : BY KEITH GORDON. . (Copyright, 1904, by Keith Gordon.) 2 i concluded Askew, regarding Intently with JuHt Uiat touch - 1 . -jsierr In 1,18 e1'1"00 UuiL " her wonder if tho telltalo a ' S rising In Icr checks, and which $ P rUnt moment caused hor somc- ' titfhty e'c3 t0 avold lllm' 1)ke " ''it cornered animals. "A man's S'jj a proatcr thing cvon than . And tho poor man who aska a 5 to marry him is liko tho h , 5 1,19 blrthr,ellt or a mcS3 3 S?& a h,P" VftIuo upon l0VC'" gUrtJ; and, despite her efforts, a ns i lUUe catch in Jior breath. 5. 'jthlak' I do." ho resumed Im- - . "So high a valuo, in fact, Ttcuii plo it abovo all suspicion 1 $TW tho suspicion of suspicion." MledMQ emphatic tone. Ixfderiif that 11,0 tw0 woro P,aton,c lli ot savcral years' standing, the , XRv0 jMyvlnp-room seemed curlous HtUijeJ ,th meaning. Though ' ftit in sllsnce. with ...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 May 1904

H, j ly! ; G The Sait Hake Tribtols Satubdat Morxeng May 14, 19G4; H f TRIBONE SPORTS "" I' jij illt'.. ENGLISH GIRL defeats j i IRISH LASS AT GOLF i i ii f ! t 1 ?j 11 ! LONDON. May 13,-lroland nnd England I ' f l wcro represented in the final today of the i'lM.!;- ' j I indie' golf championship contest, with " '! il ', ! the result that Miss Lottie Dod of Morc- I i ' ti j'! )j! i I J I ion, England, won the title, defeating Urn I'll III If 1 former champion, Miss Mny Hazletl, by I 1 jj J ' j ono hole. )! I 1 ; I toseGw Want ! i Pitcher Carney Had No j jjj Trouble in Queering the i'lijj Gimlinites. ' ,j j '1 Visitors Are Outplayed at All Points ij '! ' I Except With the Stick and i i i' 1 ' ' ; 1 J ; rj .in the. Box. i i'f . - ' f ; f ' PACIFIC NATIONAL LEAGUE. I ;; , ' Standing of the Clubs." - 1,1! , W. Ta P.C. i ! i' 1 noim o r, .coo i, . innto 7 g .r-ts jj ' Snolcnno S 7 .533 , ,ii - Salt Late .. '1 ' 3- '.307 i f 4 ' 1 1 !) Ycsterday.'sGtuucs.. ,' i ij Rittc C. Bolso 2. ,)( ( ...

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