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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

il0j,p ATTRACTION'S THIS WEEK. :. s j tabernacle PattI, Monday evening, (alt Lake Theater Closed, frand Theater "An Eye on Hubby," rsd11 FrIda' and Saturday nights i Saturday afternoon. "i fhe first half of January will be a jric period at the Sal: Lake Theater, attraction being booked for the next ---Si '9 -weeks. Engagements that had i roado for the time, have been can lAd, and a midwinter rest v.'lll be of- . jlftd theater-goers. The company 'i&lnff "Mrs. WIgg3 of The Cab 7 Ve Patcn-" ln "which Madge Carr kifcok is starring, came as far "West as WBnver, and then turned back. "Pcggj v fV,Pm Paris" was all last week in Den- ",fbut will not come to Salt Lake at ', 1b time. c The present dearth in the dramatic -V. sVrill prove an advantage no doubt : . ,1 Uhe promoters of the Pattl concert, . rwith so little else just now to invite. Mitt trpnage, a considerable amount ot Jtftj that might otherwise be spent fcthe theaters will undoubtedly be ' 5 Ided to the large sum that Pattl wo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

jPEDE SALT XlAKE TBTBTTNE: SUNDAY MoraraTG, Jawjakx 3, 1904. f I At last there has been an awakening In society circles, and from now until the beginning of Ixmt there promises to be a continual round of pleasures. The week just past has been one of unusual activity even for the height of the so slal season, but the previous weeks had been exceedingly dull, and the change 1 was most welcome. New Year's day I was an especially delightful one, a ' number of society people keeping open i house, while the dawn of the New Year , was made memorable by many Infor mal evening parties. The larger events of the coming week i will be the flrst of the assembly balls on Tuesday evening at Chrlstensen's ' and the Red and Black party at the same hall on Friday evening. Engagement Announced. The friends of Mrs. Louise Smedley Smlth, and they are leirlon, were deep- 1 ly Interested in learning of her engage ment to William H. Curtln of St. Jo seph, Mo., formally announced on Fri day last. Mrs. Smith...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

:5sf TBlS SALT TRIBUNE? SUNDAY jVIOKNTS'G, JaIUJART: '3, 1904. 03 H SSi3Lullne Browning, and Messrs. Fred ttftniBwiBht. Joo Folsom, Curtis Cohn, Albert ?aKcn. Mason Williams, Russell -Stands Arthur Stcnhousc. James Snow iLtKbJi Alf Gunn. Blllle Home. Oscar mntTnn!nc, Lawrence Basset. Harold SSMX Doris Rnybould, Willie Sny if5ft JR John r.yon. Chcctor Evans Dick SflEffdl. LRtcr Moreton, J- Held. Jr.. $K?n( Blllle Watson. Jftfw Danco at ChristciLsen's. 'itfK The decree teams, Woodmen of tha Aft-World, Rave a pleasant dancing party ST'Bfat Chrlstcnscn's on Thursday evening. ftt(j?lf attended by about SOO members and j,, friends of tho organization. Punch and iKllght refreshments were eorvod in the WifiR small rooms to tho cost of the main Jitre jJBhnll, which were very prettily deco t . TErated in tho holiday colors. Tho com ''wimlttc in charge of the dance, and to T iRwbom much credit Is due for Us buc LL!JLct included Georgo Wood. C. Dun jCSWn'aad F- Wiseman. H. Simon was tttS'Sbc fl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

H, 24 THE SA.LT IjAXE TRIBTTrE: SUiroAT MOBlfXRTGk JAjSHJAIHT 3, 1904. iL I Society. Hjj (Continued from page 23.) Tho high Improvised final, however, was inartistic and deducted from tho dignity of the work. Mr. W. E. Welho Is a born artist. Ho never sloops to the degradation 1 of his nrt, always maintaining high Ideals 1 His technic Is wonderful and his tones sonorous and beautiful. Mrs Maud Deo Porter hus a soprano voice of .much 1 sweetness. She sings with musical Intcl- 1 llgonce and displays temperamental qual- 1 1 ities which aid greatly In iier song intcr- pretatlon. Tho piano duct, by Mr. Coop and Mr. Shepherd, was well executed. Their shading was even and sustained throughout. Air. Shopherd responded to an encore with it solo, which was greatly j enjoyed. Bessie Dean Allison did cxccl- lent work. Aboslutely true In her lntonu lion, she sings with a sense that the best musical thought must be brought out. H, This she. docs excellently. Mrs. Alice, Bowring Clark sang "Kiss "...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

I THE BAKTliAKH TBIBUKB: SUNDAY MOEKXNG-. J ACTUARY 3, .1 B04-.. 25 ;H . wSfen, Allco Pylon. Rhea Riloy. Marvel BjBteon, Jcannlo Sherman, Jano Nlmniuo. iBfcrril and Graco Jennings would llko ' ?mro come to their trco on Wednesday IWrwd December 30th. at 7 o'clock." 'fih.'rPulIxy Utile girls and boys responded to 'S&ftlHLovc invitation, and tho twenty tots TvjKdad they did, for they certainly '.'Wswllv time. Games and music were 2.4tturSs of the pleasant affair. Mr3. P. 1 Wcnnlngs and Miss Kathcrlne Lawrence nflfercd a number of musical numbers, to. ' Mia Misses Julia and Lllllo Burlln at nded to tho wonts of the llttlo ones. At ul o'clock a march was played and the illdren paired off In twos and proceeded i the dining-room, where a most tompt if luncheon was sorved. The trco was Oi Sn llRhtcd and each child was given two ncy bags, each filled with candy, nuts, l1 ocorn and oranges. It was certainly a $1 miy ovent for tho little ones and the w Lniory of the delightful affair will...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

f 26 The SAiiT liASJS TBimmE: gronDAY MoimiarQ. JuOtoary" 3, ieo ---1 jl h niter a pleasant Christmas vacation spoilt 1! In Zlon with Mrs. J. Stewart. H) X B Drcsecr, editor anil nianaRcr of lljo Park City Minor, spent Chrlstmua .! with his family in Zion. Hi Georco BateH, Jr., who has been vlslt- jne In Park for the past week, returns io his home In tho city today. Jim TiOckhnrt arrived homo Tuesday from hla trip to California. Honry Spripgs and son. Harry, wcro amont,- Tuesday's arrivals. Senator and Mr?. Thomas Kcarns and mwM son. Kdmund, visited In Park Monday with Mrs. Kcarns'6 mother. Mrs. S. T. Wilson, prior to their departure for Washington. Jay Johnson of the V. of V. was In Park this weok arranging a date for tho mwM apnearancc of the University Dramatic H , Frod Moslcr visited relatives in Park mwM the llrst half of. this week. I ton Lee Talbot was on Monday's outgoing. O O i Miss Frances Wilson was in Park Mon- , C. A. CaJlIs. A. Wright and W. IT. Wild. all county offici...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

v I THE SALT JLAKE TIHBTOfE: SUNDAY MOKOTNG-. JA3STUAHT 3, 1904. 27 CAPITAL eBR" "Washington, D. C, Jan. 1. klW'ifhz curtain-raiser for the continued itS performances oC a season of omcial j gayecics in Washington is the New Year's reception at the "White House. iSU), Everything before that Is preliminary "t6!1fti 'skirmishing. The "pic is opened and Ui fthe birds begin to sing" on January Hmte, fast, when the President and his wife tj. receive the whole directory of Wash "5aVH Ington from 11 lh the morning until late ' in the afternoon if they are still sur ffc. ' vlvlng The unclassified and mlsccl- DC yiancous public, eager and unaccus- p'tomed, without script and card of ofil f :'clal identification, is not permitted to SEih begln its weary filing in into the prcs i vence chamber until the tag end of aaw i things. The bloom of the day is dc JJJJJI J voted to blase veterans, to whom all J such performances arc a bore to begin I with. First come the Judiciary, then Lsonators and Re...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

The Salt XjAJcg Tkhsune: Sunday Mohotntg-. JAmiARY 3. 1904. R 3 ' -'"JI 1 , - mil 1 1 I II I I TTTMTT- 111 . wtk" j I ; ' 1 THE aLLBSS8W6 T0Pie F THIS, THE REHTEST F HLL j I SC$W e 5?esUMei Tomorrow, Monday, January 4th, Promptly at 8s30 o'clock K. M. ' v S j! j . R GIHWT EFF0RT JUSTLY REWARDED ' I Wo V" I fClT - I The opening of this great sale yesterday was taken advantage of with greater promptness than any response we j Ttomivral& i 03' I have ever had to any previous announcement of its kind, and the stupendous values proved a business record j ; ; i&nt 1 s b j breaker in every sense off the word, More powerful values will be added for tomorrow's business, and if price j " Ml 1 I SSISM counts in moving merchandise, the day's business will surely equal, if not exceed, the greatest in our history. .-.. "",rV" v j III Everything you want in dry goods is to be found here, priced at less than wholesale cost, in many instances at " Jo ! i s half wholesale cost, . I ' ftJJ I L...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

iyrlght by McClurc. Phillips & Co.) m old ptlll, Tcddic! How V y' s'pose -dress you when you wriggle so?" Ms ' gid woman knelt before the child, chubby ankle In hand. She was inlne his shoe. Above her bent M fbead his face showed as fresh .is and his hair was carefully curled. cached over and dabbled his baud ii basin of water. jl doin' on a boat, drandma?" fald not answer at once, and. when ' id It was a. tense voice. you're goin' on tli cars with your ' i ? and your your new mother," 1 ' idded, bravely. id' steam ears?" ho interrupted, nc up and down. a; and Grandma wants you to re S ter what she's told you and you forget grandpa and grandma?" (face bent above the shoe worked ilslvely. He leaned down and tried e lf she was crying. "Drandma," iped, "Teddle 'on't go 'way." 'tflung her arms about him. "No. ' must go with papa." She rose v r.and tied on his hat. Then she led out of the bedroom, and, releasing 1 gnd, gave him a little push. In i don't look as nice as I would like v...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

30 xelb eaus 1j&'J TBiBxnsnsi sihstday MoR3snosTG-, January 3, 1904. 1 I! A complete and absolute sacrifice sale of our entire stock of winter goodst nothing reserved. Every article of winter goods goes to the slaughter. Never has there been such a slaughter and sacrifice of goods in any clearance sale The weather has been too fine and too many goods are left, hence the ; tremendous reductions, which will make this sale the greatest in value giving ever announced in this city Everything going regardless of cost, with only ? one thought to make a complete clearance of our stock Read the items below. Hundreds of others cannot be mentioned for want of space. j Dressing combs, -got- T$ T$ I Dressing combs, Ml M j j , L . "k j good quullty, spc- clal- I 9c Our entire stock to be sacrificed during this fl , I Crochet cotton, t t jf r A H aii colors- great clearance sale regardless or cost. A H j I 3 Q c clean sweep will be made of every hat in the I Fancy garter ( H elastic yard- depa...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

Sfc The Salt Lake TinsuyE: stotday Morinxn" , ( H ausi IFE'S GREAT SCHEME- lCflrj os AnScs Woman's Plan to Keep iV ,.! I Her Husband at Jjfl;Q I Homo. l I Witnesses don't often appear In court ''Wfl n t!ic,r n,sht cIothcs- especially when those- witnesses are beautiful women, 5;ai nut a Los Angeles court was treated I to this experience a fc-w days ago as t taie climax of one of the most sensa tlonal cases over brought before It. fr.Mrr.. Max Basehc, a bride of a few months, was an unwilling witness at TJ tcaat. that Is the legal term for her re fusal to give evidence against herself, J but anything else sho might have told ? the court would hardly have redounded jto her benefit or added to her peace of j Blind So when the summons was sent 1 for her to appear she said she was ill. 5fi s and it would be Impossible for her to iSi'si jijcy the mandate. But the court was Tl3Si suspicions, and a physician was dis ' j rktcheu to the Bnsehu home to make sn examination. Ho reported that air...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

1 I Teds Saot Iaks Tribune? istdstdat Morisw, JANTJAinr 3 1904.-. I Salt Lake City, Dec. 26. What is the i legal rate of interest for pawnbrokers In Utah? (2)' Is there any definite time set for pawnbrokers before they can dispose of pawned articles, interest lapsing-? MaA When no rate Is agreed on, It Is S per cent; but any rate may be agreed1 on. (2) Three months after forfeiture Is the time fixed in the law for articles to be held before being disposed of. Salt Lake City, Dec. 30. Would you kindly Inform me about how many rods would SouthTemple street pass south of ' the Saltair pavilion were It continued in Its westerly direction? What Is the difference in the terms "Life Assurance" and "Life Insurance?" Drexlal. Write ta the County Surveyor for the v precise distance. (2) The first is com monly used in England, the second in ' this country; there Is no difference in , meaning. Salt Lake City, Dec. 30. Is the Salt Lake Tabernacle considered) fireproof? ' In caso of fire would it...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

I si THE Sj&IZFliAKE TmOTHE'. ISUTZDAT AlOTCSTSG, J" ANTJAH Y 3, 1904:. 33 itWjjjnjnBMTW-- ii hWnmniifiBH mur i rrrn rr - 1 m-m t r-r- r- -im r n , Si BOOKS OTOE HAVE TffEI fMISTM S 1 WP! A & I C P T WoTlHB APPHOVAl I BBIBfr- gj? I S Ii ffi I 4 IM TRIBUNE WILL EES? IS fimra lEABEBfl OP THE I M JC fiT 3 f j f . fi i ? Plj j TOtf IN TOUCH WITH JEKteraby wobld. W ffi laa &o-ii & 'C eJ? SS iJ'J u m a P & kb? the master kinds. h ? A HANDSOME BOOK. i 2 Courtship of Miles Standlsh." by l3 henr5 wvd" worth Longfellow. Illuslra SSnwUh over forty full-page Illustrations rin.i llfty original drawings. Many In ttf & uv Howard Chandler Christy. The lift jbbs-Mcrrlll Company, Indianapolis. 14 Indiana. 'One of the very handsomest of the. holl- books of the season. Tho story Il3Clf in. most attractlvo one, and tho form In ki .hlch Longfellow presented It makes It a 'f.tts assic This edition Is a worthy ono. nth of tho themo and of the great author's iae It la heautlfled and ...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

34 THE SAX.T JQAE3E XJHBIIKrE: STJIOJAY MQE3NTM&, JANUARY 3, XJU4r, I CORRESPONDENCE TRIBUNE. Washington. Dec. 30. Senator Warren lias introduced a bill to pay of John F. ."Weston $241.60 for loss of books and ttiasQ In 1S77 while changing station under- ordera from the cantonment on Tongue- river, Montana, to Helena. There to "a little story connected -with this bill. The Weston mentioned in the bill is now Gen. John F. Weston, Commissary-General of the army. In. 1877, during the Nez Perco campaign, he Tvas a Captain and commissary and ivas or dered to go from Tongue liver, now the cite of Fort Keogh, to Helena, but on account of some business necessary to transact he was sent by way of Omaha and St. Paul. His baggage he sent by a J regular transfer and pack train. The I train went aboard a Missouri river ! "dew boat" and got aa far as Cow Inland, 100 miles below Fort Benton. I Here It was unloaded to go across coun try to Helena. But Chief Joseph had been on the lookout and he...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

, 1' . The Salt Lake Tjhbuste: Stotdat MoiosnnsTG 5 'mmm . . iH . i, i ' I "Drink, gentlemen," said Hyacinth f Daly, standing ot the end of the long i" supper table, "to the memory of a man I wn0 mvor erndged his friends the last I bottle In hi3 cellars and the last proat I jn his purse. To the memory of Hya 71 I clnth Daly, gentlemen!" f The revelers around the board drank, Borne laughing, others, who were not too I drunk to think, wondering. 5 "Why, where would you be going, j ' i Hycy, lad?" asked George Blake Burke, i one of tho soberest. "You wouldn't be ?"lj 1 leaving such good company as this for $& placo where the company may be '-TJ.V J good, but the climate Is bound to be f) damnable?" t "i don't relish spending the end of t my days In the Jdarshalsea, George," Trifl 1 tne ITiastcr of tne house, "even J though ye wouldn't forget to call on me f.n I now and again with the cards and the fci 1 bottle. I've lived gloriously and 111 die r f gloriously. Three days from now, ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 3 January 1904

W' 36 TBCE SALT LAKE TliESUKD: SUXDAY MOKNXN'G-. JaXDABX 3. 1904. W 1 . , AT IT AGAIN! THE SIGNAL GIVEN! h ' i P Stretch forth your J LACH 1 jLl 1 J "0 IJ 1 3 haveheen you already ' j j V 1 hands and lay know. Vhat this one i ' i J hold. OF THE ENTIRE WINTER STOCKS will be under the pres. . U. I Previous sales have i sure of present condi-1 J 1 5 been mighty, but not Begins Tomorrow Morning Monday at 9 O'CSock, Sharp. This is not a clearance of odds and ends; we mean just what we say; I lions, you will Read & ! I to be compared with the selling out of our entire winter stocks. THIS MEANS the most astounding sacrifice of Silks, Dress Goods, Trimmings, Flannels, and See. Deivery and jj jyV 1 j this one. Lineias, Draperies, Domestics, Shoes, Ready-lo-Wear Clothing, Furnishings, Underwear, Hosiery, Children's Dresses, Infants' Wear sale force doubled to I 1 W . j It starts tomorrrow, and Millinery at unheard-of prices. THIS MEANS that every article in our establishment is included i...

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