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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

I THE SAIT TiAKTC TBTBTOTB; SU2STDAT MORIsTG. JA2STTJAKT '6 1 , UJU4:. 1 1 FADING fUSTLESS IfSSureless Day Marks Close i ll the Wek in Wall flffljfeet--ThcBanfc Statement Mpo New High Record i? J Deposits. to j I T & - J York. Jon- --Trading ln stocks 7 Lie's today and the changos In fwe'ro trivial. The market moved 2P finely throughout the session, but itV ? hvy practically the lowest. lt3l Lh-trading showed a disposition to IlirV Urlecs upward. In spite of the free : r of United States Btccl preferred i id 'J Leouraglng opinions current ovor tho , tlx giccl outlook. C III ravo way after tho publication or l" wk Btntement. Tho Item of deposits "1 id a r.cw record figuro today, and ' Wd'caMi resorves went abovo lost i record figures. Tho changes in tho 111 I-Items were not fully up to last Ijf unprecedented records, but tho ln ii'ln loan?, with last week's and ono Lwccptlon, has never before been M ied and Uio Incrcaso In deposits never (, 1 l "ftith last week's single exception...

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. — 31 January 1904

12 THE SALT XtAXE TRrBTOrB: BUNDAIT MOBSfDS" 0A3STUAJECST 31, 1904. I 111 I Issued Every Morning by Salt Lako Trlbuno Publishing Company. PERBY S. HEATH, - Publlshor and General Manager, i- Entered at tho Pofilofflce o 3alt LaKO City aa pecond-class matter. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono week. .25 Dally and Sunday, ono month l.w Dally and Sunday, two months 2.OT Dally and Sunday, three months.... 3.00 Dally and Sunday, ono year 32.00 Sunday Tribune, one year 2.W 1 Sundav Tribune, six months l.w i Scml-tVockly Tribune, ono your...... l.w ' All ronilttanccB and business letters I ahould bo addressed to 1 TRIBUTE PUBLISHING COMPANY,. . Salt Lake City. Utah. ' . s. c. Bockwlth, Special AKcncy, Solo Eastern Advertising Agent. Eastern of fice, iS-U-lS-IT-lS-lQ Trlbuno Building, Now York. "Western offlco, C10-512 Trlbuno v Building, Chicago. Washington Bureau 1417 G Stroot. 1 Trlbuno Telophone Numbers. 1 Business Offlco - 3C0 ? City Editor , ....55 3 Rings i News and ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

I Tbte Salt t,attf, Tribute.' Sunday Mohotng, J'antjaby 31. 1904. 13 H KconUnuwl from rage 1.) l&W known by tho masterly rucrcl. nnd tho rays of force ' lI?t2S effect arc known as the ftiPLjf vet. In spite of this, manj Im rtshlnp into print with an m oftho discovery of radium 1L? Suva minerals, which contain ;ri wnium. ijj 5TAH IWS THEM ALL. developments have shown that Mt' lri7.h In uranium minerals, and ! Hthc deposits undoubtedly carry ?Z fThc commonest of these mln "V. fflblcndc. which Is essentially .P o uranium, usually carrying - j .nrt Iron Th s. by tho way. & LlicSlnr mineral from which M. V curie flrst extracted radium. f Utah furnishes other m ncrah (dUii w r cbr In the rare metal radl ni rij i fllwhWenclo. Here, for ex JZ . vJlow cryslaJ ino mineral re- LLrcd In the Vintae. which uruilum and radium Tho a& & Mineral caxnotltc of lii" i see c quantity here, is In all Kr an Indefinite mixture of uranl ifc wc" ilium minerals, and not a d in Itself Utah carno...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

H j i 4. -n-TT?, SALT 1.AKT1 TBIBEQSnS: STEsDAY MOKyPfG. JANUARY 31. 1904. I I AVALANCHE OF COTTON WRECKS BIG CONCERN Baxter and Company Caught Napping and Forced to the Wall --Staple Continues to Soar Skyward and the End Is Not Yet. I New York. Jun. HO. A. B. Baxter & Co.,' incorporated, havo offices In this i rity, ami did a general brokerage busi ness In stocks, bonds and cotton. An J assignment was made today for the I benefit of, the corporation's creditors. The company, of which A. B. Baxter ' ".as - president, was Incorporated in ' MO John F. Melntyre. attorney for the ,isslgnoe, says of the suspension that 11 resulted from the short interest In cot ton held by a number of the firm's cus $ tomcrs, who failed to respond to calls for extra margins. The firm's embar- ij li'ssment, Mr. Melntyre says, probably will be only temporary. The firm has numerous branch offices throughout the South. It had an extensive leased wire i system. ' Mr. Melntyre says that the corpora- ' i li...

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

The Salt Lake Tbibtote: Stj:ntay Morning Jantjakt 311904. 15 tOCAL MERCHANTS HAVE A 1 S SUCCESSFUL WEEK. i I f holesale Trade Shows Up Well And Jobbers Report M Harked Increase-More Activity in Real Estate I Circles-Good Showing Made by Clearing Honse. H SLoIesalc trade In Salt Lake has fit! J rn n substantial increase during Se past week, while retail business is M t ab0Ut holding its own. Jobbers in III rtanl" ncs rcport thflt bus,nes9 with Mm Is much betlcr than 11 was a year U and that It is secured with even erort than they were expending jjg iji year to contain the lesser amount. he situation is doubtless due in large W ietsure to the improved crop pros Ill fects the effect of which Is felt In the v-6 teuntry towns before It becomes no- Swable to the retail trade In the city, 'i J conditions on the whole could hardly 5 better for a prosperous year in trade ; lircltf. Aside from the crop prospects 3. the mines were never In better condi ?! ion. new producers having been com- 'g...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

16 THE SJTl.KE TSIBOTTE: SUOT)AY MOKNXNTG-, Jj12sTJARY 31, 1904. I HS CITY AND NEIBHB8RH009. H- Plans are under way for the Tabernacle choir to visit tho-St. Louuj po11'0"' ' Ing the summer. Tho trip will he nn cx- HHB tensive ouu, H H Mrs. Amelia Rgcb Stockdalc, one of H Utah county's most successful teachers. H , bas accepted a position ae primary te;lch- H- '' I" tho city schools. Mr John Shousc of this city-yesterday H anvn blrtli to a daughter nt tho Keogh AVrlght hospital. 1-ast evening both mother and daughter wore- dolus,' nicely. Tho Bingham stake of tho Church of H Jesus Christ of Latfor-day Saints ?'1 H likely be divided Into two separate stnkco j ax the quarterly conference, which me.t& H today. H, At Calvarv Baptist ohurch. 474 Ea5t ' Second South. Dr. Charles O. Bootbe. H' pastor, all will be welcome- today to eerv- T ices at 11 a, m. and S p. m.. and to Sun- -day-school at 2:30 p, m. Hl ' There will be an Important meeting of : -the Vetci-an Firemen's association ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

The Salt JjAKZ, Tkibtote: Sunday Moknxng, Jastuatcy 31, 1904. IT "SiR . ' U A MATTER OF AUTHORITY H I Uby S. S. McCIuro Company ) 'mT oh. yc?1 There's alius more WSE'Quccr CUESC3 In a cow camp." 55Rlly the cook, 'an' I usually get S??Kn chancel to look at Ihelr works JEo'ct fellers. hPln' that I'm a Kind !HSS i vou might wiy; an besides that S Ws sot a tender foelln' for his whlfh puts the idee Into his yoojj Jo jquow himself with the Hap- "IrU t-ihafs only a word you 'Wl give my boys good raised ?ftl!l, fl.MJaok9 l good for break - trup Surup? Sure! I I jt cook for an outfit that wouldn't l A'S nas a -mipc- rent out J? She Eit-lndlanny. I think he 4 Trom-by the Eastern people , fcght the Circle ranch-'twas a Eany you understand ;;n' he fe f:l an' meddled with evory 5 ? hSlrcsJ till he had the ouillt. JdiMohcrJrr to chami-eio bronc' 2 ft & hawmyle they d like to :Jar ort him. fti ." -thry don't need It no vou c'o horse K-nse," says I, "bxit USE1, I goln' lo have It Jf I spile th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

j IS THE SAXiT XfAKE TBIBTJNIE: SUNDAY MOKlOTGrj ) AJSTCfAJTF tJX, J.T04. 'f' m- . : .. .. , . ' &85 I Invitations will be Issued today for ' the reception at the University club on the evening1 of February 11th, which Is Just now the event In which society Is 1 moat interested. The beautiful new I, clubhouse will be entirely finished and i furnished by that time and will present ' a brilliant appearance on the evening1 of Its Initial reception. Some four hundred 1. Invitations are to be Issued. All the de ll tails for the event are In charge of the B entertainment committee, Including J. I Walcott Thompson, Hugh Satterlee and J Grant Hampton, and that It will be a I brilliant social success Is assured. Two other social events which are being an- tlcipatcd with much interest are the dance to be given by Albert Fnlrchild I Holden at the Ladles' Literary club on Tuesday evening and the last of the as semblies before the Lenten season, to be given one week from that night, j I. I. ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

I The SaitLiAKE Tribune? Sunday Morning, January 31, 1904. 19 1 rfer?Sh her daughter. Barbara -Kinnerslcy has gone V5t on a ebc months' visit. Inni A. G. Clark has gone to Kan Wtfs n tvro wecks,.lc?VC C abaence if, and Mrs. Edwin S. Ferry were rc OtaSli 2 the Congratulations of their gftMce vlnff the t b arrJval of &en daughters at their home, who "ISSe Sri 0" Wednesday morning. ! irr. Walter Miles Harvey has re u?! 1. J",i to her home in Seattle, after be S !r the gue3rt of Mrs. Walter O. Filer , $r Sfee weeks at her home here. 4L ' frr Elizabeth Cavanaugh Center re SSl Lrned to this city lost Tuesday evcnlng iVn. year's absence in Michigan, and i ! fiScs? at the home of Mr. and Mrs. gJ Jj, E.Dooly. " f mi Beer3tccher of Montana, who ) . a cuest at the home of Mr. and iJK Hoyt Sherman early the week, has Sft!1 to California for a visit of some 3 Mrs. James H. Ben tie. formerly well iinwn in this city, but whose homo is ' 5S l! SlS is visiting here for oshort . A. ord. ... Mr An...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

fl, 20 ' The Pat.t Lake Tribune: Sunday mob:niitg (Jainttary 3i,,iiW4, H; : Society Hl (Continued from page 19.) - ant sleigh rldo lo AVollsvlllo Thursday j 1 evening, whero they worn charmingly on- tertalncd on their arrival by MIS3 Lyda 1 Owen of that place. , - Mr. Lawronco Thatcher loft Saturday 1 fo- Furope. where ho oxptvts to remain 1 for the coming two years. Miss Mabel Snow of Salt Lake spent the B past two weeks with Logan friends. Mr Arthur Shepard and Mr. Willard " AVelhe of Salt Lako spent Saturday and H , Sunday In Logan. The concert and dance given nt the A T; C. college on Saturday was a most plcas H Ing success and will be remembered as the largest and most delightful affair the H college has yet given. i Tho Congregational church was well I filled Monday evening with an nppreela tlvo audlonco to listen to Rev. Elmer I. Goshen's lecturo on "Martin Luther." The Hr affair was given under the auspices of the i ' "Woman's Athenaeum, and those who took 1 !! advantage of ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

K 1 ibbbbbbbbI vjl THE SiOrXAJE TBXBTOsE: SUNDAY jNlOKSTNG JAJS-CJAKY 31, 1U4. 21 AtKlT !-,. Mrs. Loon Bach man and TBsS,UcraowIdcn. Tho viands wore Mi choice and were screatly hi Sn rb6 Sswcro: Airs. David Clark, ;ftn-cd-T iSw Pike of Bnlt Lake City, Mrs. W ftmsn Mff ?K. TUurmnn. aire. '&wSoo,l airs. A. I.. Woodhousc. PSBdTWv Osborne. Mrs. George Atkln. .flBKf- Litton Mrs- Phil Specknrt. Mrs. ""in". iirs R E. Knowlden. Mrs. gKnor Suit on. M . u j y u iIrs- aMHU.'aL.S f" M Son Bacbman. Miss JyKlll k. Miss Petersen. Miss Ar vBKficUrS Misses Bculah and Lomv Bocli EL. hall given by tho Ladles' Republican tjarxhc JU of the moat successful of tho Sbvll5v?l the pronlnont iwoplo of th J?fc?50. -mi ' and mny came from ?.Mr ef5pJrw enjoy thli great social CThc music was at Its bast, and "JW-ent. j c j d wcrc attractive 41 dutiful. A delicious lunch was PP1 J??n tnc recentlon-rooma and a con lifcr ,n S of merriment, m rth and S'nS enjoyed Those who did not 3 hdn,5 dance enjoyed themselves...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

HL 22 The SALTliAXE Tezbuke: Sunday MoiamfG-, Jaotjakt 31, 1904:, , , . 1 I ti! Vast Empire of Riches at Salt Lake's Door ffl I - L IIP"!' : I Naw Railroads and irrigation Projects Will Mtiltiply Many Tiias the Importance of This I As a Commercial Center. I Ave the people of Salt Lake City fully ' allvo to what la in etoro for tho city In I tho way of almost Immediate growth ' and development? Ia It posslblo that I ' tho business element of tho city la to , eomo extont looking backward, Instead of forward, and thereby Inviting the . ) possibility of mls6lng soma of the ad- Vantages to be gained from tho now ln i Uustrlou and extensions of Industries and tho building Improvements which i are ulroady assured? Is It not true that with tho ncv projects and Improve- i F , inents which Salt Lako City has in i sight, to be added to an already pros , parous community, many cities In tho United States would be in tho midst of I a genuine boom? ARE BUSINESS MEN APATPLETIC? These queries and t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

THE SXT JuAKSZ TKOBimSr SUNDAY MOEJsISrG, J-ASHlTAIIlY 31, 1904. 23 H TOHARMONY IS LAW L APOSTLES" IN NEW YORK. fgar-Tstnrtaing- and Popu ,r Oratorio to Do Sung. v n to the pulpit again to .call a H Wnd opera If the pulpit Is to Stent. "Parsifal" was an j J L said the preachers, but j hear about Edward Elgar's Korlo "The Apostles." and see rU treats of. It is to be expected w 4 rv-ill fall them. They have Thc Messiah" and "Elijah ' hd parts sung In their Wb "The Apostles" will go Mrfth them. The Sun says of It: ' : L , Eigai's new oratorio. 'The nrftduced with great access J tiffis&n festival of 1003. will ST! New York before London aS & acquaintance. There It will ftl SvJS of a thrco day9 Elgttr HTgB--'i " r i. 1 1 II I II I I III I I I I I I II I I Hll' I II Wallace, Baritone, Just Home Prom Studies in Europe and East. ftk ' Ri; i Id Marrh, Hans Rlchter con- irtl xrhlle In New York "The Apos- Vir. HI be sung by tho Oratorio so in'dtr the direction- of Frank IH ich. on Tues...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

T fl ! 24 the jsaXiT Xjajoj xiinstrjns: sxjonjuax "MORjisnsrG-. oaxvj&cx xyu. I I SCOTCH HUMOR, ' Mrs. M'Lcrlc. Bv J. J. Ecll. author of " "Wco MacGrcKor." Tho Century Co.. publishers, New York. 1,1 A series of glimpses at the homo Hfo of a homely Scottish matron, not over bright nor well Informed, but with a loving, sym pathetic heart and a capacity for service 1 and blundering that is a marvel. All Is deftly and humorously set forth by tho author. "On tho Craft" Is her prejudice. blunder, and discomfiture, on tho Masonic order. "Tho Country "l3lt" tells of her j miseries; she Is a city woman wholly out I of her bearings, "Mrs. McLcrlo Visits tho I Zoo" shows her timidity and her loyalty also, to her own Ideals. "The Raffle Tide j ,h ot" Is a story or blasted hopes and in-. I .; jury. "Mrs, Munro's Party" shows forlh 1 , the domestic economy of tho housewives of the class. "Mrs. M'Leric Is Depressed" Is a humorous account of how her frlond rescued her from the fa to of a patent...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

i ffECB Saxjt Lake TRrBrorE: Sunday zzoksikg, Jaktjart 31, 1904. 2o H 2a 4. 1 jSWlS WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS. Lakr Thfttr Mrs. Langtry In JWtr Decrlngs Divorce." Monday and Q-mkllav nights and Wednesday after sXT and in "The Degenerates,' TKnday night. -Way Down Boat " M EUy, Friday and Saturduy nlghta (BpRatunlav afternoon. IT' irird Tlicatci--"For Mother's Sake," doV Tuesday .apd Wednesday Ms and Wednesday afternoon. mfT j-i inclrv wl" on'n nn ongagc- fci ntfat the Salt Luke. Theater Monday filn? In " Mra Deering's Divorce." Tplav is by Percy Fcndall. an au- DP fr and playwright of prominence In l&r ndor. Mrs. Langtry purchased the m itdy yc11' as- and nroducetl 11 1 yl t n providence last upilng. The Wm forniances were sufficient to assure ."J"r?cy Lily" that she had a sub mittal success In Mr. Fcndall'B play Hint i nld (o be brightly constructed and 'lines sparkle with wit, and besides 'ftMh Iik nn opportunity for the various rubers of Mrs Langlry's Imperial tttcr company, who app...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

J. 26 rHE 8ALTJLAIE 'ITRIBUInTE: GUNBAT MOBDSTNG, tf AKUATTZ 31, 190rU. I (CORRESPONDENCE TRIBUNE. Washington, Jan. 30. Should the House o Representatives decide to im peach Judge Swnyiic of Florida, it . 1 would be the first proceeding of the kind t-ince 1S76, when Gen. W, "W. Belknap. Grant's Secretary of War, was brought h before the highest court for trial of ofTi- rial disdemcanurs. The last impeach ; mcnt before that was the celebrated trial of Andrew Johnson. Impeachment cases are rare, and Congress docs not enter upon such proceedings lightly. It f mwiia 11 serious ofTense, and one for j which an offender cannot be punished j proceedings must originate in the Hoiipre. and tho Senate sits as the Judge and jury. While tho House begins the 1 and appoints the managers, the F real work must bo done in the Senate. Hi ; .i'? the enllri; body must give time to ; llf i'Jnl and other business be neces I 1 htirily delayed. It has been a long time I '? ' .iln.ro the House has ever gone ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

'Wk THE SALT T.atth; -x:rcai 01X15: DiXCTDAT MOKNINXJ, JAmrjJIY 31, 1904. i " ii - i , Salt Lake City, Jan. 23. ifc. i gjut LAlte City, Jan. 20. 4" I vou Civo mo date of William ' 1 i death, also age. full name (mld--i Was any social mention of - h made In The Tribune? If so, i j.te? Subscriber. i'ui ariii' his fS,WlHnS.Godbe. 14 ? Salt Lake City, Jan. 21. 7. invlnc G3, docs a player have to C sute7 I understand a player 9 S! onb- when out of suite. Will t K? answer this In your Question 1 -? 5n.iwSlutnn?-Constant Reader -II understanding Is correct. A 1W? Jcannot trump if he has the suite l IS? there Is an agreement bc rE?d to Play It that way. I Montpellcr, Ida., Jan. 22. tirtn and Answer Department: kindly decide the following: xA'SavIns r the same of slough for XGfc Sert there Is a "kitty" to ho tVEdoirn on solos, do you take the ifKra by making CO points? (2) Also. KniiTinff a solo and do not make LK 5"f not the player of the solo rtt and privilege to make two pots i Anient, ha...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 31 January 1904

Hi ' 28 The Samp TjAttto Tbibtotei Stotday Mobitostg JAJsTJARY 31, 1904:. If- I' I An AllFIrprof House I St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 25. No sooner had the great city of ' Chicago recovered ! ' from the shook over the loss of 600 lives In the Iroquois thentor fire than an of s fieial investigation was begun to deter mine the extent o fireproof material ured in the construction of the building nd in the scenery and stage, properties, This holocaust hna brought forcibly to the minds of the people of the entire country the absolute necessity of usins , 1 only fireproof material In all theaters j and halls and public buildings, i That a bu'.lding from cellar to roof E can be constructed altogether of fire ' proof material will be fully demonstrat- cd at the Louisiana Purchase cxposi '' lion. In the Palace of Manufactures an r exhibit of fireproof building material ) be in the form of a two-story house. One section of the house will show steel construction combined with I llreproof material, and...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 February 1904

f WEATHER TODATroLr. 3g ajBr BH jVol. Xil. No. 291-10 Pag-es. Salt Lake City, Utas, Moxdax Moknxn'g, Febktjatct 1. 1904, Five Cents. H Sensational Disclosures l40 K,LU-9 "DLlRed Tape Again Delays $) I D J c a. O THIRTEEN INJURED O D D 1 x IB 4 Promised in Smoot Case n in flyer wreck ! Kussian Reply to Japan) I ffMUSTNoTGO jT 0N THE STA6E 3noh write a book 'Clditfons That Surrsund rs. Waybrick's Release. i N6 PLACE A MYSTERY Is 4 pri nan Has Bean Remeved tor v Aylesbury. ipri r ( "Tr Ueiinp Reports ns to Where She iBecn Taken, but There Is ,lttle Doubt ns to Pnrdon. ,u)n. Keb. I.-Thc Dally Mall -4-niorning says that Mrs. May- It Is now In Liverpool and that following conditions attach to 4 rcltaao from prison: That she -4-not nppcnr on the public stage write n book of her experiences, 4 .hall In no way endeavor to at- -f t public attention to herself. H H" Jan, 31, Mr?- Florence May- II WIN P wh0 ls sorv,nB' a llfc sentence UnluBte murder of her husband, has not Is wMueleascd, but wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 1 February 1904

H.'! 3 - The Saip Ti&km TraBxnsns.- Moist) ay MoiasncfrG-, Febrxjaux 1, 1904. LLH-I : : : . i 'Jwn I I SOME UNIONS MOVING , , ! INTO THEIR NEW HALL Building Is Hardly Completed, but the Old Lease Has Ex pired and Unfinished Rooms Will Be Used Formal Opening: to Take Place February 22nd. i II , The Utah Federation of Labor and come of Its affiliated unions were yes 1 tcrtlrty busily engaged In getting settled I, . In their new quarters In the new Labor I hall at the corner of State and Fourth 'i ) South streets. The building is hardly r completed yet, as to some of the flnish 1 Ing touches, but the lease on the old r j I quarters at the corner of West Temple S ( and Second South streets had expired , and the unions were compelled to move I before they were quite ready. ? ' The building Js near enough comple i lion, however, to give an idea of the p Ideal home the unions are to have. They L ' , will occupy the entire second and third f. stories of the handsome- three-story and bas...

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