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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

SUBLIME MOUNTAINS AND SYLVAN LOVLINESS ALSO THE PRACTICAL SIDE POETRY AMD COMEDY OF A I rlPROSPECTOR'S LiF---WHERE THE BRAYJNG OF A MULE HAS MOR.E MEANfiNG THAN THE MUSIC OF A BIRD J ( flssuc of The Tribune is prc sme scenery of central Idaho. l At mountain region there is a and rugid beauty softened In tances into scenes more weird torn than ever were portrayed jj s brush. in are snow-clad moutains tow "3 eternal majesty against the 3 ilue of heaven; endless vistas WjJ C hills enrobed in dark green juiqull lakes that sofctly mir- Ik fib r-vtAfegg Like, Twenty-Five Miles So uthwest of Loon Creek Mines. Photographed by B. S. Brown, Challis. j 5i " -ounding sylvan loveliness or jj. cv; mighty cataracts that rush m sr down rocky canyons or llj uorest recesses and wide reach Cslng on in rythmic cadence to H pkl winter in his ermine robes t us In matchless majesty, but 1 jyn due season holds her sway. l ferial sunshine and the breath Ah u Pacific winds the snows give zephyrs court the fl...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

The Sait JjASB TKiBxans.- Stjsday Moesikg-. Jastjary 24, 1904. ' 4 I I , i NOT TOO OLD TO TRY H I Hogan Writes of tho Veteran HL Prize Fighters. ( ALWAYS IN THEIR PRIME B. (nterostlng Reminiscences or Ex-Champlens. What Is Going1 on Among- Live Ones Interest Centers in Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Sau Fran clsco. Itfalachy Ilogan, ono tho of tho H' Eastern writers on the prlzc-rlng, nn- I swerlng the question, "Do fightcrc grow old?" gives the following interesting rc- Hl view of the situation among tho boxers Hl ; in tho country at larpe: j , How long can a fighter romain in his KJ prime? This question has boon frcqucnt- Ht' . ly asked of me. Putting tho answer In H f tho mouth of tho nvcrago pugilist, I B ' would say as long as ho lives. When B I did any ono ever sec n fighter who wasn't H I 1 in his prime? Go down tho lino among: H I .he big: ones for the last fifty years or H beyond. Almost overy ono of them was H I ready to tight for a championship at the H drop of the hot. "Once a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

Tee Bakt Lake Tbxbu; Sutday Moknin-g-, Jaiujajtz 24, 1904:. 7 I Jmt on the bench ylptic Council Injecting Kinger Into Students. ,!?Krand "powwow" will be held at .Swniversily during the coming week, ifJKich the principal speakers will be ifcallahan, Air. Channlng and Dr. 'lEner. These gentlemen will en-?-r to prevail upon the students to tjjK& livelier Interest In athletics and trfclfc all school athletics their hearll jjSfpipport Interest Is a necessary '7 'site to success in school athleticH d&Mdcnt Kingsbury thinks and he and MLm have adopted this as the best uIKd to stir up this necessary Inter jjjiJThe meeting will be held under the TBces of the college students, but the lljj&PJwill be permitted to attend and vfce a little of the desired spirit. ruJpK-as given out on good authority yjthcre will be a general remodeling '..QBie football campus. The field at jj&Mnt is not level and this defect has 'sJIb. favoring factor In more than one jtfft'bn struggle. It Ja und...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

Hi l 8 $HE SA.LT LiJjO TRIBUNE: SUNDAY MOIttsTOG, JANUARY 24, 1904. 1 I KELSEY FILES REPORT I i I f City Engineer RIakes Gaed i Recommendations. 1 i j , INCREASE WATER SUPPLY j J Receipts and Expenditures In ' I , i Botall for Year 1903. I Largo Report, Illustrated With j j Photographs, Is -Fino Piece of ' Artistic "Work. ' City Engineer L. C. Kclsey yesterday I filed a copy of his annual roporl for the J jrar J503 with Mayor Richard P. Morris Tho report contains somo portincnt and , I a nl liable recommendations for needed Im- I i 1 provoments and Interesting statistics on ; what the city has done during the past . jej i year. It Is not only ono of tlio bost re- ports for-the information It contains, but jt Is the best pjeco of work of Its kind over I l gotten out by any official In tho history of I I , the city. There arc ninety-live popes of 1 1 tables, figures and reading matter, besides, I a dozen nrtlstlo pictures of certain pieces I j of work completed last year, betwocn the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

f ' THE SALT liASB TRIBUNE; SUNDAY MOKNma JlAJNTJAHT 24, 1904. 9 H fTOR THE ARMY 1 ItPuts in Day Consid I fg Appropriation Bill. j SON CALLS A HALT !f jratlc Member Discusses I Langly Airship. i iernment Money Was Wasted jSriments, and That Inventor ypnotlzed Army Chiefs. nston, Jan 23. The Houso de eventirc day to consideration of 'appropriation bill In commlt j he, whole. ? Loblnson (Dcm., Ind.). took oc- I ocrltlc'se the "War department II expenditures made by the bu- "ordnance and fortifications in 5n -with tho Langley airship, live oC the forty-one pages of lEad been read for amendment I 8-Houec adjourned. The provl I the bill for the construction of ' Srine cab'.o from Sitka to Fort j Alaska, went out on a point jtcd discussion was precipitated ! lemenway, chairman of the ap- ion commltttce, who proposed a n on the purchase of books and lis for the army. The amend ally prevailed providing for the i isof technical and professional I fiutlon calling upon the Secro I tfie Navy fo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

10 '1TTR SALT .LAKE TlUBimE: SUNDAY JMOKlsTG JAJXTJAHY 24, 1904. fl Hi , . M II k $600,000 COMPANY f ( ' Big Grsup to Be Mined at ' at the Park. ' MUCH QF IT PROBUCTIVE !j Launched by McGregar and 1 Associates. j I Four Hundred Acres to Bo Put Under 1 I Activo Development Around HK j the Big Bonanzas. B I With 400 acres of ground, omo of It us productive as any Into which a pick ' was ever stuck at Park City, and all of ; j It within the mineral-bearing horizon, Hl te Plnyon RJdge Mining company was J yesterday launched by James McGregor W- . us president and resident agent, the H Jt youngster capitalized at $G0O,000, with H ; ns many shares oC the par value of $1. H I , The incorporators, as certified In the ar- H tides of Incorporation, which Is H , launched under the laws of Maine, con- H ;jst of John M. Goodwin, IT. H. Good- H win, F. J. Goodwin, all of Biddcford, H Mc: John A. Snow of Scarboro, Me., H 1 .nicl John Berry of Saco, In the same H j State. The officers of the compan...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

THE SAM? LiATTF1, amBtJJSTE: SUOTDAT MOffiNTNTGj J-AJSTOAItY 2d-,""1904:. ji ' jH KriHWALLSTREET Profit-Taking. jljllT RALLY AT CL8SE Jr Showing Made During 1 tht Wiak. k!j ' 3; Be of Activity and Appearance 3! of Strength. Not Seen for tfff I 2Iany Months. i :S '$JforK. Jan- 23. Today's stock mar- 2 ks irregular, but tho halting movc- itS 'was not moro marked tbnn is usual i-tho profit-taking invited by tho rlso Tda sustained by several Important ot positive strength. After tho Ation of the bank statement thcro in effcctlvo rally, and tho market i 3 BtcadJ' w,tn no Important net :on tho day. The operations In the st-scemcd satisfied with tho increase jBurplus rcsorvo of tho banks, and 3 not impressed with the staggering ng of the Increases in tho various fwhich broke all records In several Hi J ices. re is goncral agreement that tho loan iff plon now in progress represents y. a transfer of obligations from $21 (companies and outsldo banks to lis? hg-houso institutions. Tho stato 3v...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

mmT ' I , TBTE Rat.T LJKE TEXBTOTE.' SUNDAY MOKNXN"6 J.AnCJARY 24, 1904. jL ' Issued Every Mornlne by ' , Salt Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company. I PERRY S. HEATH, Publisher and Goneral Manage r. I Entered .it the Postofflce of Bait Lako ' City as second-class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, on -week. .25 ' I Dolly and Sunday, ono month. l. Dally and Sunday, two months. -.TO Dally and Sunday, three months.... 3.00 1 Dally and Bunday, ono year 33.00 ( Sunday Trlbuno, ono year.. .w Sundav Tribune, six montnn. J.w Semi-Weekly Trlbuno, one year...... l.w All remittances and business letters hould bo addressed to TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Salt Lako City. Utah. S. C. Bockwlth, Special Agency, Sole , Enrtcrn Advertising Agent. EoBtcrn of fice, 4.V44-45-47-4S-19 Tribune Building, New York. "Western office, E10-512 Trlbuno I I Building, Chicago. I I Washington Bureau 1417 G- Street, Trlbuno Tolephono Numbers. 1 Businfa Office z:- 1 City Editor. B?v4 3 Rings ' Kows tu...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

5-1 "X'JELK SAJLT JLlAJEQD TBIBTJ3TE: BOTTOAT MOKNXN", tlAaSTTJAHT 24:, iyi?4. H llirSW" '' " llllllll III II I mill III! I llll I IIIIM Illl 111! Ill ! f 1 The New Finance Important Meetasig in Wall Street. If II fal. w& In p sK,?r ' r - ?-Z w . m i ;7Roqu"fT- ' - - CfSeto TRAFFIC INCREASE S ss of 0. S. L. at ? ier Breaks Records. I III JUST MADE PUBLIC JHa?id!9d 331-3 Por d t Mcro Than 1902. of Pounds Forwarded and 55?ed at Idaho Town During jast Twelve Months. jPjTTRIBUNE SPECIAL. fjjida., Jan. 23. A report of the Sgfiness of the Short Line rall fejfoelEer during the year 1003 has' jjjniade public. The amount re aid forwarded In pounds was S3 per cent more than the year fKn 1903 tl,e amount forward tunds, was 22,522.314; received, 'jfjk jfln 1902 the number of pounds &fi wns M.f 48,240; received, 20, 'jjfrhiH la not a bad showing for I increase j HING FOR TOURISTS. Si " rjj: Li Are Getting- Out Do Luso j: fdvortislng Booklets. ' ilroads have taken a good start 'Jt Using f...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

14 The salt Lake tbibun-e: Stotpay MoKsmyG-, Jastuary 24, 1904. I B .i FOUND WATERY GRAVES i Goal-Laden Schooner Piles E r! Up en Atlantic Caast. , TWO 0UT OF TEN SAVED Fog and High Seas Handicap Life-Savers. , j After ' Striking, the Vossel Began I I Breaking Up, and Bodies of Vic- i I 1 tims Washed Ashore. New York. Jan. 23. Eight. Hj I lost by llio' wreck today off Quoguo, L. H I T., of the four-roasted schooner Augu.s- H I ins Hunt, bound for Boston from Nor- Hl I folk. Va.. with coal. Of the crew nd ten H 1 I only. two. wens saved, Second Male George H j Ilbrrt of Cleveland and a Swede who was HU ' unconscious when washed on the beach Vp- a and whoso name could not bo ascor- H t The vessel was In command of First Hl I , Mate Conary, who took charge of her In H j place of Cnpt. Robert Blair when she H last left Boston. Soon after midnight, B 1 :irlng a dense fog, the schooner stranded a. few hundred feet from thu beach and H about a mile west of the Quoguo llfc- H .-avln station...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

i nJ- the Salt TlAKE Tribtoos: Sunday Moiumsr, Jantjy 241904:. 15 ilMAL LOCAL TBADE Winter Sluggishness !s r Not Surprising. EFFECT QF WEATHER I & tlcing and Special Sales Among Merchants. . H Ii pect of a Wot Season Has a Good jEffect on Real Estate Heavy Bank Clearingo. ke business of the past week was nor land on tho whole 6atIsfnotory. mer its generally roportlng that tho vol ttot business was about tho sumo as lof. the corresponding week last year, lie the continued winter weathor holds k' business for tho time being- to somo p-nt. especially the consummation of ideals, yet tho heavy snowfall has jicd a good feeling: on account of tho Ssually bright crop prospects thus pro ted, and an early and substantial re iki from tho usual mid-winter dullness gedicled on all sides, eal-estate dealers talco an especially fcful view of tho situation, claiming f.tho outlook for a comparatively wet Kn, together with tho practical as tnco of tho Utah lake Government im V'cment project going...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

V 16 THE 8AIT 1B TBIBTOEi SUNDAY MomnLETG. 24:, 1904:. -- j Ij, CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD. i Frank Clark, who recently reslgnod the U . management of a prominent mining pron- i f orty at Silver City. Ida., lias ro:urncd to 1 this city with his family. I I Thrro will bo a free Illustrated lecture 1 upon Health," by ,Or. Winzell of Call- 1 , i fornla ut Federation of Labor hall, ovei , , Hill's drug store, at S o'clock this evening. Jofioph Manrer. an omployoe of tho Rio J 1 Grande Western shopn at this place. wab ; o orcomo by heat while working In tho 1 shops vestcrday afternoon and was laltcu J I to St. "Mark'a hospital for treatment. I ' I j Clarendon B. Eyor of Chicago if In tho il I cltv on bUKlneaa connected with tho orcc- r tlon of a largo manufacturing building on I ' the Market street ground recently pur- L J rhased by him llurough the agency of J. h 1 Donnan Itcuvis Tho annual reunion of the TTlah Inan I ' war voterans will be hold ,at the rnlr- 1 teenth ward assembly-rooms on ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

The Salt Lake Teibxjxe: Sunday Mobotng, January lyv. 17 jfl Vfc J I OTk . JP t HUMAN LIVES FREELY TAKEN AND FREELY GIVEN AWAY H P 1C Plflllil H'llfkT I M 1 PjflllffL I INTHE TWENTY-FOUR MONTHS JUST ENDED AND MANY $ jH lVWl M V 1 C&O A VV J 1 VftI t CRIMES REMAIN UNPUNISHED :: :: ! (e has been frequent in the elly jpeter Mortenscn ahot and killed Hay In the hitter part of the 11901. Two years elapsed before iirdercr paid the penalty of. his Since the deed was done, how thcre have been numerous other fs but he alone has paid the ex Ipenally In expiation. MortGiisn j'nvleted purely by jneans of cir Jntlal evidence. TWO RECiSNT CRIMES, fe two recent crimes in this oily, r, as horrible in every detail as lsen's crime, nothing but clrcum tl evidence has been discovered. ; 6 claim, however, to have a com fhaln of evidence with which to The guilt of the two men entirely ive of the confessions of the mur- JLACK YEAR OF CHIME. ng the year 1902 there "were prob lore murders commuted thun I...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

K ; IS The Salt 'Laiuz Tribune: Siindat Mohbtentg-, Jaotjary 24-, 1904. ,- tlj r ; . . . . rrjir i L I t. ..... i i i i i i i ii x , ..ii.iuii.L.ixiiixij.iii i i4 i m i t ix-i i i u m i i i i i m i I l l I I I i uriiuii-4.tt t ) t i l IUI 4-4- ttttUItt -H- HHHtlHIIH MHWHW M M M H M f HHHtUi .? i , II . T T T T I -TT T T T T T T T T T T T i " ijl 444-4 44-- 1 M H, H H f 4-HK HIIHtHH I -K 4--HH-4H-4t- - 4-- ! I JS-uSTbyF-. ! t Government Will Save One-Half of Loss by Reducing Surface Area I t SSK 1 1 t. i i i i rn i i i i w , xim4mm4HmtmHmilHH iH-HH-H tfffffffHIfHfffH H'H f444-H-44- 4-H44-44H-HH I TT W T ........... , r jd H sJ "EP n en 1 6 H : r: q) o o c - D o o q) I 1 I I J I I I I I I I I I I I I ) I I I I I 1 160000 -- :; I iSuPPKJ j ; gpooo-. . 1 . B?j I I 1 Evaporation I - 441 111 I 1 1 I 1 I I I I I I 1 & ''! 80000 - E8 t 9oooo I I I I I I M I I I II I I I I I I I I I .tt HI c "gv ,n 0 hi . a- o 3 o o M h - B ha , C (Q QZ pj That evaporation Is the greatest foe of-Irrlgatl...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

19 I'hs Salt Lake Tribto-te: suxday iioksisg, January 2tk iuu. H HERE IS A FEAST njB ' A h51112- jl SSuch a Little Crime, dura," said William Wharton, as he laced his arms around his .vifenna Sokcd down into her eyes. I hae a ghfesslon to make to you. and I a ant Fou to Promise before I hcgln I hat SldPonl"?aS! "Tell me. tell me -hat 9fie rcflted her head aglnM. hle ,L !?otinfvi,0Id ar.U Sow l?o5 fright aid, Oh. NN ill. JJr; u wero going to Jnmanr-Londou Tlt-BltB. J A Living Tossil. A very unusual demonstration was on!r thf anFc lent annuals still inhab Slnc our Planet is the so-called mud or Africa This creature is worthy Ktnr r!ZcU if only in consideration ft Us anUe ulty. Avhlch dates aa far back gthc early ages of the world The Hni striking feature of the mud lis h , Is "S US"on of lungs as well as gills r?n the npproseh of the dry season. In SnStuS haunts in Central Africa, it hlliws a chamber in the mud and on Fere Spon a rest extending over many Sths during which time it Is w...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

2?C THE SAIjT ILAIlE TRIBTO05? SUNDAY MOTCSfXSTG-, J'AUART 21, XOUJ:. f I .itHE BIRTHDAY OF ELAINE, Sho was not ehrlslvned Elnine; John f I irge called her thai'- The conduct of I arcnts In the matter he had not hesl- 1 1 j atcd to describe as abominable, ami ' ' hen her mother pointed out thut the ! jamc she had given was her own and I icr mother's? before her, he argued that, . C the family had such a skeleton in the I ( 1 upboard It was time to bury it, and i hat tho sins of the grandmother should j- jot be visited well, he 'spoke dlsre pectfully of grandmothers. ! Besides, she shai-ed the name with the ook, probably with many cooks. I ' "How can you face the prospect," he nd cried, "of calling your child's name nd being filled with the horror of the , )oc king of many cooks?" i So, at the time when her frocks were I lowly creeping dow'n to her ankles. ' ohn Farge came back from over seas 'nd named her Elaine: "Blaine the fair; bpP "lalne the lovable; Elaine the Illy Maid " For h...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

"P3"CJ GH 67 JOSIAH FLYNT and FRANCIS wALTON l; I ...lilllllllllllilll iill J L L llllllllllllllllll.llillllllllliilllll'lilll JILL J. All i. lllllllltlllllilllllllllll, - -1- J- 1 1. 1 1. 1 A 1 li,lxl.Ai...li.Li.-l-t-.mJi.llllllll 1 I I llllii.i,.,."' IH ? Sllfer was a gentleman of er world who allowed ll to be known that any one who Im for a fight would get it. A ijj recognition of the claims of lople and an austere respect for J not belong to the point of Jjthe under world; the point of ITthe under world is for the most ticerned with a man's sensitive Ion of his own claims and his notion to have other people 5& respect them. And Howard "as punctiliously honorable. He jeessed of considerable sums of Toney. kept, with some trilling ins, in strong boxes, the for Kopenlng which invariably ln S drill and a bit of dynamite, fling exceptions were small Rjf loese coin and broken rolls Jnoter? which people of fortune. Ifhad no previous acquaintance Sllfer, stood and delivered to islgh...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

!' 1 ! 22 The Salt Lake Tbtstote! Susdav Iokstxg, Jaxctaiiy 24:. 1904. I 1. h ' 1 A very quiet week in the social world 1 1 was- the one just past. The Assembly dnncc "wag the only large event of the , week, and few Indeed were the small and Informal affairs. There were two i i weddings of Interest, hut both were H , f vory quiet. This week promises to ho H I quite as du'lh One event which is be- H 1 i Ins: looked forward to with more than H ' usual Interest Is the first annual break- i fast of tho Ladies' Literary club. It H 1 will be given at the clubhouse on Frl day morning next, and iih each of the H i , lr.Q member? of tho club is entitled to H one guest. It will be one of the largest H affairs of the kind over Riven In this H ' J city. The marriage of Miss Jacobs and H Lieut. White will take place on Tuosday H evening, hue this will also be a very H i quiet wedding. Society Is now most in- 1 tcrcstcd in the reception of I ho Unlvcr- Hi sit" club on the evening of February HV, ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

THE SALT IjAXE rmZBTOsTE: SOTTDAT MOROT5TG-3 JASTTJAinr 24, 1904. , , 23 H , . ' ll W Society. Bpiumber oC Invitations have been Rplnno pupils of Mrs. Graham F. Km, assisted by Miss Bartch, will Krecltal at the home of Mrs. Put next Wednesday evening". M Purely Personal, p? and Mrs. Wells returned the JBfpart of the weel: from a brief Un Portland 0. J. Salisbury left on Tuesday Irji Francisco, where she will join Salisbury and Miss Salisbury for emalndcr of the winter. K'--.. a TCind Mrs. Duncan McVichic left Eomlay evening; for a three weeks' in the East M . 5r Louise Peery of Opden is In jfliake, a guest of Mrs. H. S. ; McClintock and Miss McClin fot Chicago, who were guests for Aweeks of MaJ. and Mrs. Downey, yesterday for Portland, Or., to lithe remainder of the winter with ig McClintock's daughter, Mrs. L Iter G. Filer returned early in the :rom an extended visit in the Caroline Hollister left lost Is'ahy morning for Santa Cruz, to Sue' the remainder of the winter. H " ' mC. Pa...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 24 January 1904

1 W i 24 The Salt Lake TbibtonEj Stjkijay MoetsikG; Jaiojary 24. 1004. .. I ' XJH.U.1-ljm .. ...K.LI-.J.L.UXMUtU-.iiJL .I-L..- IUJ- 1 WKi ,;'' Society, i i (Conllr.cd from page 2X) I I , oolc place at tho home -of tho bride ! ( Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. ' I ' " " , ( Mcj. R. JR. Stcvnn of tlnv. nunrtcrmns- t trr's department of tho L S. army is tho ifewst of Dr. and Mrs. E. I. l.o Compter i J f i thur Woetcr. J. Rhnuln, Ed Reese. F. I . Mlnwlltt wero outcolii.T passengers to 'Aon j Jti fldny. ' 1 ' 3Irs. Jr. J. McC'lll spent a number of If i ji ; z In 'Ion tho pa;t week. I ' . i J ' i Mfsa Bc.lc Wilson returned from Salt 1 J ' L.i:r Wednesday morning. I ( urn St. Luke's guild will meet with Mr. :. ' P. L Cumptc next Tuesday afternoon at I l. o'clock. 1 A n I ' ' . Mrs. John Thomson entertained at I (Luncheon Thursday. Ilor guests were Mrs. T T. Kesccl and daughter, Miss Minute, I ' 'nl airs. II. Esaclstyn. Ill - . I 1 Mry. K. P. ly C'ompte entertained at I luncheon Sunday In h...

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