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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

THE BALTIlAKE XBIBTOTEi 5 UN.ua r hxuicnj uUAiiY li, VJUI. $ fc. - , pUCKBY AN ENGINE luthern Pacifb Employee ; Loses Leg at Ogden. SU RANCH CLAIM SUIT invicled Sa!on Bandit to 80 I Sentenced Monday, I fyle Building in Ogdcn to Be Cut Up flnto Offices Incorporated, to Do Merchandise Business. TRIBUNK BUREAU, :03 Eccleu Building. 1 Ogden, Jan. 17. J hdrow Wallace, a section hand in the ploy of the Southern Pacific company, s seriously Injured yesterday morning fbcing struck by a switch engine. Ills t kg was severed Just above tho anlclc. Dfewan removed to the rnJlroad hospital. kVallacc and several co-workers were at X"k near tho Twenty-first street cross WM and did not sec the engine as it backed 3ywn upon them. Q'rjcl SHAKESPEARE EVENING. CiM . S'iterary Entertainmc-nt to Be Given j by liio Y. M. and Y. L. 21. I. A. Thc V. M and Y. L M. I. A. arc to m rc a ShaUespearo evening at the Second ird metlnp-hou.se Tuesday evening 'tit xt. Th programme follows: II ngi'riff Double Quartctto...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

4: The Salt Lake Tribune: SumAY Moismrek January 17, 1904. jjfc I PRUSSIAN DIET MEETS I Scenes of Royal Splendor H Mark (Vlarch of Royalty, i H NEW CEREMONY INTRODUCED H An Army of Princes in th Line H of March. King Given "Warm "Welcome by His siibjccts Speech of His Majesty Dealt "With. Domestic Affairs. Berlin, Jan. 16. iTho ncwiy-electccl Prussian Diet was opened today by Kmpofor William, as King o Prussia, who read the speech from the throne 1111 H IUI1, I COUIlil.il L VUlliU, heard clearly throughout the spacious white hall of the cnstlo. . The. Emperor Introduced a ceremo nial Jiot provlously used by him or his I predecessors at the opening of the Diet. He entered the hall preceded by two tall heralds, wearing tabards check ered - with the royal arms and quar tering In white, black and blue and red and gold, one of the heralds bear ing a banner on which were embla zoned the Hohcnzollern arms, and the Emperor carrying a banner showing the arms of Prussia. A long train of Princ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

THE SAIiTXiAKE TRIBTJlSnE: JSIGSTDAY MOKJ?IlST&, 0 ACTUARY! JU , JLW4-. 5 A- . . . Ithe old home XBUonzo H. Raleigh Left I Without Property. !!' ;h HAS BETTER CLAIM m In Law That Saoms leveld of Equity, itead of Forty Years Is Willed jgj the Church, and the Widow i.f Is Beaten in Court. if I nild seom that law wcro far Jl istlce when a woman and wife II iT court the home she had lived I greater part of her life, and 1 iho had helped her husband to 0? itBut that seems to be the sub f f a Judgment rendered by A Sail In the District court yea- 1t iL xien ff V.mX P. Ralolch all lilt iin - I? I executors of the estate of I r II. Raleigh, deceased, the 7S ' of Jesu3 Christ of Latter-day Siand the Mutual Investment ly. The plaintiff v.-as the, wife izo H. Raleigh, who "died May f. and the two had lived for :hirty-flve or forty years in the n the property described as lot i lit. plat A, Salt Lake City When the husband-died a will ind in which he had bequeathed imlses in question to the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

HT G The S.axt Lake Tribtjxb; Sunday MqbxunG, January 171904, ) I HIGH SCHOOL STARS Boys Who Won Honors Un der Difficulties. CHAMPIONS OF THE STATE Rscarfl of. a Gallant Up-HIII Struggle. Something About the Football Play ers Who Brought the Pennant to Salt Lake. The above is a photo ot the Salt Lake City high school football It-am. which car ried oft tho Slate high school champion ship luring- tho past season Thc team started out with the porrest prospects in tho history of tho .tchnol, and thoir subse quent triumph more than surprised their nio?t Hingulnc supporters. Last year's eiaduation class took seven of tho best players from tho school, and as there whs no second team of any repute from which to draw, it wa3 a most perplexing ques tion as to what would be tho outcome. il-'ATES AGAINST THEM. The first blow came soon after the open ing of school, when Captaln-oloct Paul NVIclcn was compelled to resipn because of heavy .school work. Kay IVollcr was Mjfm elected to tho position,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

Tt The Saif jLake xribotte. umAT jvioknx3Sg, oaotjart it, 19(74:. 7 W jNY TO PLY BALL J lagnates Succeed in Or . 1 1 qanizinq bagus. fit -I Ts 80 EN GETS A FRANCHISE eafcf,j lokano. Bulte, Silt Lako and $ Ogdon the Bg Four. 4 Ucas Is Continued President of the i iLengue, "Which "Kill Be Xnown iB ns the Northwestern. iy J -. SS Spokane, Wash.. Jan 1C The illrcctors JT k tlie Pacific National league met at the fcAl Sjel Spokane this nvrnlng anil finished ' i, the business but iraklng the HChedule - UC fore noon. The schclule committee will tet Jn Buttc- i. I If rno Prlnc,nal events of Importance to H inspire were the re-telectlon of W. II. A'f seas as president of 610 league, the for K si admL?sIon of Opien and the wlth 1 1 awal of the Seattle fnmchlse. President -lY'C icas was rc-electpd jvlthout opposition. f :t transpired at the meeting that Preal- ii TV nt Lucns lmd anticipated the wlth fcwal or Seattle, and last week had C3T(V Forrc11 to Prottct Ogdcn for the AlC jflc National lc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

W 8 THE J5AXF IiAKTC TRIBUNE? SUXDAT MOEnSfft JAETXAB.Y 17, 'I , i . . . , - - iiMi i I. BANDITS ROUTED I Dynamite Baggage Car Mis I taking It for Express. I TRAIN CREW SH8WS FIGHT Robber Chased Away Without Securing Any Booty. I, Posses, Aided by Bloodhounds Are In Pursuit No Attempt by Robbers 1 1 to, Molest Passengers. McClenny, Fla., Jan. 16. Pasasenger train No. 7G, east-Tjound, on the Sea L board Air Line, whs' held ' up oqe mile enst of Sanderson at 7:13 tonight by i four white moil. The door o the hnff i sage car was blown open with dynamlle, tho robbers mistaking this car for the express car. The engine was stopped by a volley of shots fired into the cab. The fireman and engineer were tnJcen off the engine and escorted to the second-class coach and the robbers ran the train ahead about a half mile, when they blew open the baggage car. The train conductor 1 went forward, but was fired on and driven back to the coaches. Conductor Peek, who was deadheading over tho lino, calle...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

The eutt JjAKB Tribotte: stotoay Mokntstg, jawjaet 17, 1904. 9 lH SBr, ' , . . - mbbBI lis" THE MILITARY II tterney of Cripple Creek II llssues an Address. 11 3UNCES THE GOVERNOR I pido Exscutlva Declares III jiat Lawyer Is Insane. Illl pt of Not Guilty Returned in the 111 s of UnIon Men- A-ccused of Illl )yniunitinc: Colorado Mine. lil de Creek, Colo., Jan. 1G: Former III 5man John M. Glover, who broke III nWO parole by sending a letter HI Vcrdcckberg. and was arrested III " Gavc out Qn address from tho HIS Ja11 t0'Jay ,n wn,ch ne dcclarca III iwlitlcr.s of the parole were unen I $"n(1 el,cu as onIj" 3 despot would Illl li continuC(,: HIS n Pea body may Imprison miners S jcuro- men. and weaken (heir cause Ills & Pub,c by charging them false- I in K'many crimes, but ho cannot do II a lih me In my caeo the question U trary power, used- nt discretion, II Istlnctly nnd solely arise nnd' be HI to his ruin If not. sustained, jlfl nmend to tho consideration of the III itlonal Rights l...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

H 10 THE SALT IjAJZE TRXBTOsTE: STJNDAY MO!Rm2sTGr3 JjimJAHY 17, 1904. J I RESORTS TO BONDS Issue of $300,000 Author ized by Daly-Judge. SALES ARE RESTRICTED To Coma Out Qnly as Needs Require It. i i Frank Statement of Company Tribu lationsMill at Park City to Be Closed Down at Once, i ' To enable the company to wipe out Its present indebtedness.', to prosecute further development and to enable It to place Its properties anions the dividend-payers of tho great camp in which they are located, the directors ot tho ! Daly-Judge of Park City, at a meet Ins in this city during the afternoon, i authorized the issuance of bonds ng ! grcgatlng 500,000, these securities to I1 run for a period ot two years uKgm- , nlng January 1, 1904. and to bear an i interest of 7 ner cent per annum. In submitting its conclusions, President John J. Daly issued u statement on behalf of the board, which says: ! "It lias been generally understood I among, the shareholders that such ac- 1 tlon was contemplated,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

If The Salt Lake trtsuotj: Sushday Moenhqg, January 17. 1904. 3 -t LlVE STOCK Y-OF THEWORLO''(I STOCKS J STOCK MARKET BALKY I Jiff Day in Business and Prices in Wall Street. ilNIERTONE WAS FIRM I tfresptcts of War in the Orient H ' Cut No Figure. lj throughout "Week Prices Have Been JmSluggrisli, and There Has Been Iff No Demand for Securities. if York. Jan. K -Within narrow ""pits, both as to price movement and vRgroe of dealings, today's stock market I n ragged and uncertain. TIio handful (J oom traders who mado tip tho market 'difficulty In moving tho price? at all. J undertone wna on the whole firm, M bouch thoro was some yielding In its. Tfco further advances In minor eclaJtlcs were not Impressive, and did xl serve to irl- mn. . ..... J trket. Tho downward courso of prices i- foreign markets on the war situation 1, not followed here, but the seml-at- ictlon was attributed to the uncertainty Ff tl10 matter. A rumor pained some rrency nlno that an early decision will forthcoming ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

H 12 IHE SALT IiAKE TjRIBXJ3sT5: SUNDAY MORITOTG. jAJmAItY 17, 1904:, j lesucd Every MornlnE by Salt Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company. PERRY. S. HEATH, . i Publisher and General Mannirer. Entered at tho Postornr or Salt Lake ! City qo Bccond-class maUr. I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dnlty and Sunday Tribune, one weok. .23 rally and Sunday, one month. J-J" Dally and Sunday, two months -JJ Dally and Sunday, three montlm.... 3.w Dally and Sunday, one year S'i Sunday Tribune, one year Sundav Tribune, six months "J Semi-Weekly Tribune one year...... l.&o All remittances and business letter j should bo addressed to 1 TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1 Salt Lake City. Utah L 1 S. C. Beckwlth. Special Accnoy Solo Eastern Advertising Agent Enstcrn or nce. 43-M-45-47-4S--J9 Tribune Bulldlnc. New Tork. Western office. B10-51T Trlbuno Building. Chicago. "Washington Bureau 1417 Q Street. I Tribune Telephone Numbers. ' BuslneFfl Office City Editor , 3?4 3 Rings News a;id Night Editor 331-2 Rlngn i( Sund...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

SALT lAKB XliXBIHSGB: SUNDAY MORSTESTG, JANHGTART IT, 1904. q Mres in contrast nSK!ey,the Murderer, Tells 4j of His Fall. "U Trf 5 lQ P8E INTO A SOUL !f iiiJint From a Christian Heme iislf t a fre,on's Cil- fjM ihgS itLessoxi Taught by tho Fall of a ctljjfj lung1 Man Whoso Prospects afift I in Ufo Were Bright. sfc an i SJf i ShocWey, the murderer of Con iari ijBrlshton and Motorman Glea i written a brief but vivid story lnSl2i ''e' t was 'n'r'ticn during the . wS nlght of his Incarceration In the V Pnltcnlarv Q finort tJm0 after .:story la or Intense Interest and pnt rlttcn. lie draws a picture of his rf?! ji Missouri when he was a child. pre 6 years of age at the time, but ind1 ? VTas t,lc only boy nnd the ldo1 1 cIm) ram"J'- Ho waf surrounded by cly-to hixig- that could Influence his life thBfo e of usefulness and up as es. hut j'in a description of his home he 1 thh ?a parallel picture. It is a scene State prison with a young man of ,' 3 the central flRure. The boy and EKl JnE hi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

Mf 14- The SiLLT XAKE xiiBtnsrB: isiikday jriorsteGvi jaxdlky 17, iyo4:. m I - - BIG SALES A FEATURE ' (Vlenihants Unloading Surplus ,stock at Cut Prices. ENERAL CONIITIQN 00D Mony Tight far Speculative Purposes. . , !. 1 Heavy. Eimk Clearings Big Divi- j dcnds Pnyiiblc Prices of . Local Commercial Stocks. I' Business generally has shown a I marked Improvement during: the past week. netill merchants report their i j trade eon's Icier ably better than for the corresponding week of last year, nnd the Jobbing trade has also been ills ficlory. There have been the usual number of nfter-hollday sales In progress, and the extent to which they . have been patronized shows that the ' people have, ready money to take ad vantage of bargain- offers as tvc11 as to meet the - ordinary demands made upon them which conic at this season of the year. One prominent merchant I said yesterday: ' "There is some complaint ot scar- rUy of money, but It is n peculiar fact :iat this complaint .comes . from t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

l ,J THE SALT iiATTW ITODBUlSrE: SUNDAT MOR2TDtfG JAjSTUAUT 17, 1904. 15 5L ' I llNES ARE DOCTORED startling Revelations in Re 1 1 gard to Impure Food. i'- S ESEARCH IN EUROPE Jl- iffrafessir Al!n Make3 Report Set Investigation. inditions in France Aro Vory Bad J i Germany After Pure Food Eng- , land a Dumping Ground. I1 ' i i M i Lexington, Ky., Jan. 16. -Revelations of l jho impurity of foods in Europe aro mado 3 iy Prof. Robert M. Allan, secretary of Ho National Pure-Food association, in his tport. Prof. Alien has Just returned 7 Srom L tdon, Berlin and Paris, whero he A ifid been Bent by the association to moke 9 in Investigation of European food pro 3 liip.ta. Mr. Allan says: 1W"I learn from Use authorities of tho mu Liclpal laboratories of Tarla that CO per Went of tho French wines nnd SO per cent jyft: their champagnes aro either adultera IBons or imitations, notwithstanding tho fTFrcnch vinoyarda hod the greatest yield jjfihe past two years within a century, and iirc wjno it...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

' . U- 1 ., j ' CITY AND NEIGM38RH03D. I r Prof. Stewart dollvered" a very Instruc I vo address before- 11k patrons of Scott Khool, Mill,, Creek, Friday evening. , -'' o Friends of A". T. Counter, the -well-known "ttornov, will bi. gi'lcved to loam of tho 1cath of hi father. Col. "Y. T. G.unlcr, on AVcdne.Mlny. the i:nlf Irst., at his home. tFnycttovlye. Ark.- .... Tlic F-jnte Htstoricol xocicty- win hold Its anrvAl meeting n Monday. January ISth It .iiic counting-moms of the DDoscrot National bank, to elect officers and trans act any other business that may come up. n m Tho Utah Philippine Veterans will hold J 1 lie lr regular mooting- at the city and I founty huJJdlns. at 2;20 o'clock this nfior noon. Thi .vccrolury requests that all members of- tho organization attend the i mc ting. M liis Etta '.Powers h:if returned from ( 2 nssachusett.". whero she has boon doing I "dnl work -it Hadclirfe college. Miss If , ' iwcrs will resume her duties as prlncl U of tho Riverside school one ...

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

' JibbbibHb"b'biiibbbiibbb1IIsbbisbb 51 The Sajlt Lass Tiubuxb: stjnday MomsmrG Jaxuaky it, 1904. 1T TB iri Hlk - ... . . I J iH THE METAMORPHOSIS OF CORPUS DELICTI w I I t Smlthson, manager of the prima ltr i, Madame Allannl, was returning "ll wMh his star from a somewhat un--r able tour on the Pacific dope. They fcs2?' 'concerts at various places along butc. but fortune remained coy. At h&n it Sagrtov.n. the manager hatched n2J icme for rclshisr the wind, the na 6f which may be .guessed from tht & pdlng parsagoa of r- conversation 7-S occurred between him and a dark jjj fed, Jonc-halred citizen In a blsr 1 (JJJ, cero and wearinr a belt In which ipj (stuck a revolver and n. lonfc knife. ominously equipped Individual was it ntaturc, lons-llmbed, jraunt and Vify fe. ills eyes were dark and sullen, droopIns lids. His Ions mustache ttQ lislso dark and drooping, and hla I was of a pitch so cubtcrrancan Jit seemed to come from at least 0. underground, and of such a fen fa' and to...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

18 The SaJjT Lake xribhoti: Sunday mokotg. jaotjaky IT, 1904. 1 I What with the -Alt a club reception, the leap-year dance at the Ladles' Lit erary clubhouse- on Friday evening; the informal hop at the post on the same night, the tea of Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Jevne, the muslcnle and re ception at the First Congregational church on Tuesday evening, and that of last evening given by Mrs. Agnes Osborne, with many Informal events, the past week has been a very pleas ant one in the social world. Announce ment was made during the week of the approaching housewarmlng of the University club, to be held on Febru ary 11th, which will doubtless be one of the most brilliant events of the sea son. The second In the series of As semblies will be given on Tuesday eve ning of the coming week, and bids fair to be even more enjoyable than the first. This, however, is the only large event planned for this week. Engagement Announced. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Mclntyre announce the engagement of their...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

The Salt !Lakjb TkOTOsCE: SHniat Morxixg, Jxuabit 1 7. 1904:. 19 V CSn5! rday for their old home In KanoJ'.s vj lly. TlM'ir (lBUuhtcr. Miss Ilidge, will " ja main hero rcmo tlmo as the guo3t ot lUi ir tistcr, Mrs. Kay "Wr.lkor. a7 tfctfil IIItb Loulso Biirker has gone to Port- :iS it'i, Or., for a trix -weeks' visit. Inijl Wrs, Tlrz.h A. Plalsted and Cr.tail 3. ivc shortly for Han Frftnclcco to m:il:c tnlr home. ridf'l M,3S Jaret '-Tietjcn ha .-irrircd in SMt jgitii kc after a fix months' visit with rela- t "4a yes and Irlmda In Helena. t4fl t oat lHi hire. Albert Hers leaves the latter part tthe month for Chicago, where she will tl,e i0!n'n" four nonthfl with 23 j-r father and other rtlntlveu. srn? f . , . irejS Ifr Anna Llgsan Is home from San Yr 'ranclaco. where she has heen making J Hfi cr home for the past sixteen months. T.n ,i - - V .plre. C. M. Andrews left during- the ' m :cck for ncr borne In Ogrden, after a fijjj feasant visit with her sister, Mrs. King tTvT Viley of this...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

I Society. I (Continued from Pago 19.) I W. Ramsey. Mrs. A. Slatton and Mrs. Iiry Johnson. I . very interesting meeting of Urn Provo l)Ok club was hold on Tuesday evening I tho residence o Dr. Taylor. I . luisses Ada and Cora Dusenborry havo turned from their delightful visit In D It Lako City. I o rra. D, M. Dougall of Sprlngvlllo was siting Provo friends on Thursday. I Tho leap year ball at tho Mozart hall on liosday evening was a marked social suc II s a. U IIs5 Jennie Knight entertained tho M. I . Unlversltv club on Friday evening th tho usual entertaining numbers ana lualquo candy-pulling. I a a Mr. and Mrs. James F. Dunn gavo a de ;htful party on Friday evening In honor their daughter. Hannah Tho guests bro Misses Bertha Barney. Dora Mur ck, La Prelo and Gruco Dunn. Lrnia id MaUd Dunn, Elizabeth Lindsay, and aymo Bccslcy; Messrs. David Pugh. lis and David Chamberlain. F. Shollon, Enoch, Claud and Gideon Findley. 'Leap year sllghlng parties havo been ven in wild profusion this ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

I - J: Bnrlowc and to ilias Edith Gott and Aniiv PsmusMii. Biadbum of Mnryevalo le In Dn- s Minnl" Jenven of Elslnorc has re jirJ from Eureka. fla Hutching? of Brooklyn Is homt . jm Brlsrham City. "v Ws Mililc Ncbtktr of Annabella" Is In -uriF Ar.iierKon bus ifoir.c out rom chlt;a!, to Islt Mr. and Mr?. J. C. llnn mttn of rnrcrury. Senator Willis Johnson of PJuU county iT-ln Idaho. 9bn?i Elba aylroster of HKinorc Is the rueFt of her sister. Mrs. Walter Jensen, fa Eureka. ii- itTcrrey Graves of Annabella Is .In Erbralin. If 9 I Mr and Mrs. George Stewart of Invo riiry arc In Ocd.tr rt'. fjmier Lons of Klmbrrly l In Zlon. Mir Colla T,lord of Spanish lroik has enndndrd a visit with Mr. and Mrs. K. ff'G'ollct In Richfield. I jMIei Cxndlcc Durktc of Marysvalc le In 1 ;J?Rlt J-ako. AUeVxsr Mctkln of Annabels. Ii In t .Ephraiin I 'jtMaiiRcr J. G. Colville ot tho KImbcrly j Mercantile company I; In Salt take. Mr? M A. Parks has rKtirnml to her ! homo In Arizona from a visit with rcla- :tlvc...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 17 January 1904

II I J; ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK. Salt Lake Theater Alberta Gallatin i "Ghosts,' ' Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights and Wednesday af M'oon Grand Theater Nelsc Erlckson In. I Ton Yonson," Monday, Tuesday and I rcdnesday nights and "Wednesday a rnoon. In an Intellectual play snich as Ib n h "Ghosts," which comes to the jilt Lake Theater on Monday for three jghts and Wednesday matinee, the ellar requirements are of a most ex iting: nature. Not alone are the cs ntlal and fundamental histrionic qulsitcs involved, for, to play Mrs. living creditably, the star must wield 1 the elements ranging from light amedy to tragedy. Then, too, the con ributing characters are of such vital id potent value in the portrayal as require talent. "Ghosts" Is not a fa I" part for Its star. To hold the fnter of Its stage affords no stellar istlnctioii unless the position be sus Ined by the best art. The success 'Iberta Gallatin Is said to have won this remarkable play ls therefore Irons evidence of her abili...

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