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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

I The Sait Lake I'ribtoe: Sunday Mokning, May 15, 1904:. 13 H il - . P! AT HOME loJ hpRBRM) 1 I BS"for i two elders JjL Baseman Kellackey if and Pitcher Essick Are II Given Up. ; i Slats'" Davis Signs Up With ; .jij Chief" Relily'9 Band of Indians. ; feJ?eT Glmlin Has Two High for Elder Staff. !HERB wan "much doing" In the tcball lino yesterday, despite tho (Izi that tho game it3Clf was of Utile interest. Kellackey and Es .ejrfven releases by Managor Glm- -Slats" Davis, let out of the Suit .wrn, was signed up by Manager trrV' the Spokano club. rtlfara of Kellackey and Esalck kfacw considerable surprise among of tho fans, for It was generally that both men wero making "Kellackey had conducted himself tfjr H on flr3t basc- but oC lllt0 haa tJ. -yjwably weak with tho willow. Wckhas pitched a total of six games licf'hs Joined tho local club. Two of EajTrcreTVon by the Elders and the re-, cour -went to the visitors, lrtcir reason given by the manage rs fcr tho release of the two men was ...

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. — 15 May 1904

H 14: THE SAJjT hAKJZ sottdax Motcntbtg-. MAY 15, 1904. I I FROM 5ALT LAKE TO EL PASO j latest Important Development in ! Gould's Plans D. & TL G. Er- tension Outlined. ! jrx EPORTS have come from Now J York to tho effect that tho Den- j 1 ver '& Rio Grande Is about to buy tho Santa Fc Central and extend it from Santa Fe to El Paso, Tex- The latter line now reaches ft3 far as Tor rance, a point on the Rock Inland sys tem. Surveyors believed to bo In the Gould interests are now at work be tween Torrance and El Paso, according to the Rocky Mountain News. If the Santa Fe Central were added to it and extended along the lines con templated, the Denver & Rio Grande system would parallel the Rock Island and tho Atchison. Topcka & Santa Fe Into El Paso, and would more than dou I ble Itn Importance. Ab far as this Intcr I mountain country is concerned, it would ' greatly incrcaso its tvafllc out here. As I friendly relations exist between tho ! Gould and Harrlman interests, t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

jj The Salt Jjkkk TBmxnm: Sunday Mobotng, Max 15 1904 - ' ll jg? 01 Interest to Women 1 1 - .a met an cars no AA nA m ro cm aa Ar a a a 8 if, A DAINTY DIMITY WAIST. ;f ' DESIGN BY MAT MANTON. jl j 4711 BLOUSE OR SHIRT WAIST. 5 iiilsij- shirt waists made of thin materials are always pretty and attractive W ftj a? ideally cool ad comfortable. This one Includes one of the new long umiteti yokes and Is made of white dimity dotted and piped with blue. Tho 3E art arranged on exceptionally becoming lines, those at the "back giving a 9E;5 tffect, those in tne fronts and sleeves providing soft fullness below the BIiks. To make the waist for a woman of medium size "will be required 5Vi .flf jir material 21, yards 27 or 2 yards 41 Inches wide. A May Manton Mtn, 4711 slze3 22 to 40, will be mailed to any address by the Fashion Depart mmtl this paper on receipt of ten cents. Kf f. .tc4to Bfittenr'No (Ten Cents Inclosed.) Vm As orders are filled from tho East, it will require about ten days jilkL...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

I AGED BISHOPS I AREJETIRED I Methodists Perform a I Painful Duty. H Five Aged Prelates Placed H Upon Superannuated Roll by Conference. Scenes Preceding the Betirement of Venerable Officials Wero Drama lie in the Extreme. w OS ANGELES, Cal., May H. The Methodist general conference to j day performed one of Its delicate Hjj as well as Its most painful duties. It retired from all actlvo participation Hj In church work five of its venerable bishops. Oliey are Bishop Edward G. Andrews of New York, Bishop John M. Walden of Cincinnati, Bishop John H. incent of Zurich, Switzerland, Bishop Wlllard F. Mallallcu of Boston and Bishop Cyrus D. Foss of Philadelphia. The ballot on the retirement of these high onicials was taken at noon today, end while the result is closely guarded H and will not be made public until the tellers report to the conference next Monday morning, It can be stated with Tory assurance that those above named will be placed on the superannu ated roll. The committee on epis...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

Jj The Salt Lake Tiubtote: Suitoav Moknestg, May 15, 1904. IT H ESTATE I wvm III ft lovestors ' Sk Ahead. M fliy There Must Be Radi 1,! cal Advance in Prices on Insidq Property. i i 'pgfti Season.. Opening for tho " jr(Ctron.o Homes and Apart q nient-Hcuaes. in v -WGP the recent Important SJ ((C 'transfers of West Soutli Tem 21 ' I J plo street property," eald a O - prominent real cgtate man yes- mm& nrtn wh0 JA'ht havo done ffreat SllLpjjj he only taken up offers that CTkL jnade to him two or three years iffi liwv Ho 13 tlie me 'wise Investor ? (jfciras telling us only a few weeks S 1 lhat opportunities for speculation hi ffilt kake cltj" "ronerty 1,ad lon5 m 5 4S?d to bc' llmL property 1,ad fo! livsncod any to speak of in tho m 1 Q tjn years and it wns as high now M t erer could bc- But when Sftles are M i (W,3 they have been lately, at fitr 5 I .'sdttlikh show an advance in values Si lJpirl ln two yar9 tno croaker Bfl 't!ihvc us believe that he has seen f ici recognized all o...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

CASH RATES: 10c per lino llrst Insertion- j 5c per lino each subsequent insertion. Ho ad to occupy lesa spaca than two lines. Your "wnnt ad" "will he ac I ceptcd and 'phoned to The Salt I Iiako Trlbuno ofilco at regular rates by the following agents: BRANCH OFFICES. Godbe-Pitts Drug Co. ; 101 MAIN STREET. W. H. DAYTON DRUG CO., ' corner Second South and State. S3LERW00D PHAEMAOY, 002 South Stnto. LEAVER DRUG CO., Grand Pacific . Hotel, corner Third West ruid South Temple. VIRInjLLLION'S PEAEr 3VIACY, 511 West Second South. 'Phone 1838. WASATCH DRUG- STORE, j corner Second South and Tlilrd I East. W. R. CLARK DRUG STORE, 1 1 Eleventh East and Twelfth, j j J South, Sugar Houbo. J w1-1 "' ' $ Ij DIED. GRAMES. At Monument, Or., May 14, 1N4. Walter H. Gramos, boh of Walter F. Gramcs of Salt Lake, aged 40 years. Notice of the funeral v:IH bo given later. KELL At Granger. Utah. May 14, 1004, Annie Mary Kcll, a natlvo of Germany, aged fO years 2 days. Remains aro at O'Donnell'n funeral par ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

Jf; The Salt Lake Teibukej Sunday Mokntng, May 15, 1904. fhS&Jt& good lo-. 5 SUSSES, bflck cottar on the 4? iwSjlSi Scores of ground: ,hffr swat bargain; lino place, ij jfSlco building lots on the j ki llfwseh chcflJ'',ritr 9 lotB. S, E. on car j SrtSpSmcnif&Iancoto.ult. 0(5 i m all parts of city Good 'SO FRONT. 6TII fSTrK and G 1700; will divide ri ifrio f onSHnio basis. ?T5EVEBAr4 THOUSAND DOL- S Son. ,n News Bid,. ! ? ; A JiwBD- AgJPg REAL ESTATE. s . At for nulot suburban homo, 2 i'frCe ground near nth East fewSh Ju the Pco that will H M16 bancs' F100 hful" nlc5 you.ns WlSSn? lucerne iWd Rood wator M -fi -wrings on tho placo the !iI Ptr for 13 tons of hay. $400) tir?fln five car takes you thro tho J&Atan iJrtM'R suburbs. Take a X t?L1Stho wcSon reached by this Ti$e the many beautiful, well S then come and bco mo about rfWtno lots offered below: Jj (grfs to alley. 9Ui E. hear 11th S.. ros to alloy, 9th EL. near 11th !&rid3 corner 10th East, noar 11th S&Mh ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

bbbbW H 20 teE SaJF LAM TRIBTTNEs SUNDAT MORX32SrG, jMLAT" 15, 1904. 1 ' I GOOD OFFER I BY LIGHT MEN I Garff and Son Mean I Business. H Submit a Liberal Proposition H to the Representatives H of the City. Salt Lako Jday Own Its Own Plant in Ton Years by Paying- Present Prices for Light. BBBBH 1 cmlssarlos of tbo Utah Light fl I & Railway Co. were turned down J yesterday by the Council com mltteo which met In tho Mayor's oRlco to receive the proposition of Garff & Eon to build a municipal lighting Tho meeting was held In the Inner office. Douglas Swan and Murray God be of tho lighting company wore In the outer office, armed with documents fl and affidavits to prove what largo sums of money the company had bacn losing on the city's business. They sent In the 3tayor'B secretary with a petition for un opportunity to plead their causo. "We can't sec you now," woa tho message roturned to them. Those present at the meeting were Mayor R. P. Morris, president; Frank J. Hewlett, Counc...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

fJW CDree - $( CnblWC I magazine SectioTTI I . SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1904. H . ! fcURRENT PUBLICATIONS i 16001 PHILOSOPHY. - 1- m-Charlotte IVrklns Gil & ft.S'by McCIurc, Phillips & ? fllf York. , , ' Lr of this volume, tr licr prc V Ctas -hon tho world that she & tu theories of her own; that 3 pi'reowltli the political ccono. & lfftrtbcr than tho political ccono lj P337. , u-lth her. Consequently, tho ' Tronic to expect something out S' when she writes a book. IPit in this volume, which is i iip 'of her social philosophy. & ffls characterised by tho aanio JaiomaUc stylo tliat her former ? Mid that la her most dls- nerlt Sho holds that a prac- rlcJ?0 Ot SOClOlOSJ- IS qUltO pOSSl- S- ffhSman nature is progressive; (ecotfmlc difficulties arc our prin- Sirt today. Therefore sho ad I HLT-ilf principally to these, and L ifvhi study of tho economic pro afo H , society. Sho considers that we ,1 overestimate the factor of per f rS5vJ and unconscio...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

H 2 teE TjAKB TRIBTHSTE: STOTDAX MOBIOTG. MAT 1 5, 1904. 4 If Z. e M. I. ANNUAL MAY SALE! j WHAT THE BIO RELIABLE STORE SAYS : g .We take great pleasure in announcing our annual May sale next week, commencing Monday, May 16th, at 8 a. m., and continuing until Saturday night, May 21st. This great mercantile establishment was created and ex' 15 supply the wantR of the people in everything, and during the thirty-five years of our existence our patrons have watched us expand and grow, and have vindicated our liberal policy thousands upon thousands of times. Always th & best at the very lowest possible price consistent with reliable merchandise. Courteous treatment, truthful advertising, money refunded on all goods not satisfactory, and prompt deliveries have played important parts iu maldn 'nf' 4 the greatest and most pleasant store in all the West in which to trade. v B l J i And the Great Annual May Sale is an event which, each year for ten years past, has been looked forward to w...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

7! IKgT" i ,,TS. May 31. What are N i and what arc the names oC U rf jg&f ho Little Mlnls- - Tir May S. "Where does fc.j stfiT I'A.K,5rncSe ,n Scotland j Tn what part of either? '1 SSSS Wto country, at 5 West 9 acK rcct. New lork. nl -tfav 11. Who Is responsible m tfjti&'TSL of a Hvery rip sent out f tWbff?1Vich-rcln, horses being tied 1 yjioat ; 'VjnCand breaking loose dur- Stfn "resulting In a runaway W rf 8 1 5 hny? Can liveryman force $ fSSa t?P C0St C damaS7- l3 e!ifcriber-eeiuip. to say what might or B2r "'no? the freaks of law- I beyond guessing. And a mere j 'Klon. based on an ex parte or 1 "SIS "statement of the case, would J roi0 May 5. What Is the J ?P' odniisslon to the fair grounds f wvTr d'? fair, and must one pay 5?eK enters? 2. Do any oC $ federate soldiers receive pen- I the Government or from J iffr source? 3. Will the shoots 4 UJ .1D around the Damson plum fruit the same as the parent Wkn cext and It is demanded at WV r"V.Bwmco. 2. Not from the Xa 7A5 GoSm...

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. — 15 May 1904

H 4. The Salt Lake Tribune: STOsdax Moknektg. Max 15, 1904. 1 1 ll 1 . . ATTRACTION THIS WEEK, H'j Salt Lake-Theater Press club -f- players In "Hamlet," Monday t and Tuesday nights. --- -ALT LAKE'S own aatress, IMaudo H) W Adams, comes next to the Salt HI -3'' La-0' Theater. With the- playing of her engagement and that of HH Sothern the season will close. 33ut with those two engagements it will close brilliantly. Miss Adams will appear on May 23, 24 and 25, in "The Little Mln lEter," the play in which she. made her: llrst appearance-as a star, and In. which, she won her greatest success. It was hoped that her latest play, "The Pretty Sister of Jose," would also be presented, but on this" tour only tlue old favorite; la being given. The reputation she made H iir. "The Little Minister" has rarely been equaled on the stagu. And it has been revived: because: it wrs thought the people of this section, not having seen her since she' became a star, would pre- fer to see her in her most! fa...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

The salt Lake Trtbtjne: Stostday Moknxntg, May 1 5, 1904. 5 H EWS OF MUSIC AND MUSICIANS AT HOME AND ABROAD I TTm to be quite the popular form of entertain- in Salt Lake City just now. fome very delightful ones jven of late. Included , i'X3 ,mb(.r were the concert by I nt the Salt Lake Thea- Zey n,sht' a 1,endld mu t ulnmcnt which went beg Ue; the pupils' recital I of Ir3 AS"CS 0sbornc tne th- pupils' recital by Miss ' i Gray on Tuesday evening Thill' whc" the M,ssca P,per nade their debut as pianists irgc gathering: of friends, and 'Jy evening the concert at Lake Theater by the Orpheus Mti by the Chamlnade trio of bCh was in ecry way one i ddlKhtful musical events The week closed with "Shtful muslcale on Friday K" home of Mrs. It. N. .n the ladies of the Central SJSurch entertained a large v f ihelr friends. coming week two events of the musical world are sched tfpS recital at the First ihrtbnal church on Tuesday eve 's? the recital by a number of t of J. J. McClellan at the Theate...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

THE BJDIGN OF ri Queen Isyl Recusant. WHI Irwin. I 'Copyright, 1501. by McClure. Phillips & Co.) xj IT TVILKINSOX. the Chamberlain 1 of the Fiesta court. vs. in pri ll vate life, a lawyer and politician. Ills entire patronage depended , po his association witlvBob Almorlc, , hose creature he was. And so, when . e county boas came to hhn at , o eloclc :uxt evening with a scowl on Us face i, e Chamberlain, dressing for the court l. tnquct. knew that something serious i is the matter. Now, see here, Wilkinson." he naid . t . Chamberlain, "do you think I .ii-e thin? Ian't It enough Tor her to .Y back on the 'Dra without making - worrv whether she's safe or not, , way all night like this? How'll It look in the newspapers?" Oh. Norlnc'K all rteht, I suess. Its f uy one of her lurks." said the Cham :, :-lnJn, In a conciliatory tone. Yes. you'd think so. If you saw what r . aw today." said Bob Al merle. "You kiw that Shea plrl; well. I'm damned 'f aho ain't wearlnpr Norlne's sapphire il...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

; The Sait JjAKB Trebtogb: suxday Moksgcstg-s jVIay 15, 1904. 7 I . p " y 2jjil TribUDO Correspondence. WffERIAL VALLEY, Cal.. May 11. Hl ETaln an ay" Such vse IH liKts and flowcrsi Such cvery IlK'tof planted by seed or root and fMirdlnlhls valley! KFM ' farnilnf: 155 fcct fcclow sea jF' ot so11 r,chcr than that j-yflbt; the Nile, so deep Its depth ha? bjiiwriKn Tcachedl Imagine a country rik?t frost,- vrhcre anything- will grow "BEiJ7a In the year! And what a view Ami eye this valley presents! An ijjteiltlitaler approximately 150 miles tF8 1 direction, surrounding If B M upon evcry hand. Most of Qgj watalna presenting snow scenes IfejtfuHr. To the west about 17C mlies i fH?,Ktot I write arc San Diego and ffpPadfic ocean. Thirty-five miles jflfXOM Mexico; sixty miles still fur--ptaalh, the Gulf of Mexico. One Birtd and eighty-five miles to the JrtTcraa, Ariz. To the north eighty E ,BDelranse Qf magnificent moun- Y la veiled In driven snow, i-tn i Conning Below Sea Level. j .bioial v...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

The Salt Laxe Tribune: Sunday Moiojin"g, May 15, 1904. ' I Scenery Along the San Pedro, ios Angeles & Salt Lake Railway IHpec.'al to Tho Tribune. 7 ALTENTES. Nov., May 1J. Now that I tho San Pedro railroad la ncarine completion and the promlsex mndo by Senator AV. A. Clark to tho resi dents of Lorf Angeles and Salt Lokn City nro about to bo fullllled, tho nyes of "Saints" and "Angels" are turned In in quiry as to details of their prospective iour between tle metropolis of thn intcr mountnln country and tho fruit center of Foulheni California. Tho scenio .features, of Wcslorn rail roadH havo been advertised ao .Induce ments for capturing1 patronugo, but all these routes have been traversed time and again, until their grand gorges, sweeping rivers, enow-capped mountains and fruit laden vales havo become ancient history to tho chronic globo-trolter. With tho completion of the San Tedro Jlne a now competitor enters tho lists with n. bid for popular favor, bused not only "upon an ent...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

Irpart four j ' . J) $flf jl CriM11 '"?: :f:': Society Section jj I ftt SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1904. - . , - wljrjtf NOTICEABLE has been the slllacieased interest in .social af- im &!n !ince the coralnir of 016 i9 vy spring days, and society "XleiWr to get the most of the few ftacg weeks 1,01010 the wann Kts in in earnest. There -was EdMlday in the week just passed. I iiftllwcnJns. for that matter, and will be recalled as- decidedly enjoyable or the spring season, il Interesting events for the im lulure have been announced, fii least interesting of which will j ta in connection with the com- I act exercises at the various tis of the city. These have come to Mri forward to with the keenest iraenot alone by the students but iktera and friends, and the recep siriiss dav and graduating exer sireamons the events of the near ssrilch are being anticipated with :t pleasure ' Original Dinner Idea. !& the most original party of !,'tk T.as the dinner of Wai sts: ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

I 2 The Salt .Lake Tresthne: Sunday Mobotntg, Max 15, J.B04. s j I : Rules of Royal Court Etiquette : I ... Now in Vogue at the White House J 111 T I I I I I 1 I I I ' 1 ' Bfcecjal to Tho Tribune, t WASHINGTON, D. C, May 14. Is there a divinity which, constitutionally ' doth hedge a President, or is there not? i( How do these things work anyway? i Anyhow, this is what happened the Other day at a tremendously smart af fp.Ir at the While houac. In the cm uraeure of a window, in the green room that overlooked tho beautiful south lawn, the President stood, laughing and chattering with a group of women guests. He is a cheery, whole-souled host, is Mr. Roosevelt, impartially cor dial and interested, as a typical Ameri gcntleman should be. Sauntering cas ually through tho apartment came a sweet-faced elderly woman in smart at tire," She dropped languidly into a green velvet chair, unheeding the bril liant scenes, or the knots of gay people all around her. Instantly, toward the lady, there ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

4 The jsaet Laks Tbjeukei Sunday Moktog, May 15, 1904. 3 . H JfPelft Cable XUnen and Lingerie I I Cushions for Summer oomes I rKF and Russian motlfo fancy ork Trln havo pcw ffis this season in Dutcli ond dainty lingerie ef , the latter made up Into Uie covers and pillow slips 'fr5vc and summery In their f freshness. K4 ii rears Dutch deaigns have t into favor as decorative .11 kind of hand work, and now acqulrod a distinct ,JSuoulwS- happy results have tJ23d rtW w,lh dC5inB of 'fia P' and flgur-s worked 4Voled ltftthec, In embroidery ?d tfce "pyr" ne0dl0, ' tho windmill, always h- i5th the lor. dlko country, Is "it 'wtnre. together wiUi the 1 iWd7 Hollanders and their ,M6nn. D artistically plc- W?r rtrtW0, baskets, pillow tops fttTnffles, The HtUo W ot ftfUbitaUJa' realm dressed in lfrllet costmcfl ejwl clumsy m.- r mo u a c,rc,e pir r,a- ' re hi mi,ro bHCknoTed JLn'lf of Dutch themes. Tho lat RLjjikm vhioh makes for orlg the dscointfon of table linen TOft'a .ie3 embroidered In old ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 15 May 1904

pee Salt Lake TRieTOTiS); Sunday MotosXng, Max 15, 9Q4, 1 Beautiful Salt Lake City Home Front- View of' tho1 Harvey Besidence: j I One of the really homelike homes of Salt r-akc City Is that recently com pleted and occupied by 33. T. Harvey at 1225 Second street, views oC which are presented In this, number of The Trib une The house, which was built by ArcWtect J. C. "Woodfe, Is of a modi lied Colonial style of architecture, combin ing perfeat elegance,, convenience and comfort with the beauty of simplicity. It 1b built of rod pressed brick, with gray sandstone trimmings, contains twelve1 rooms, Including- two In the gar ret, and the total cost Is about 510,000. The hall and parlor, on the llrst lloor, arc finished in. quarter-sawed, oak, and the. library and dining-room are done in curls" birch, all having polished-hardwood' floors. The largo rooms open hos pitably together, and are cheery to a degToc; features of unusual attractive ness being the atalrcaso in the hall and the ston...

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