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

A j The Three Correspondents c Dy- I 4 I I jlm 4 H H HH ttlDMH 4-H-H- 44444444-4444-H MM iiHHt MM HH 44f U f4 H 44 ftvritten for The TrlDi.no. fui only Ihe one little feathery V doin Paln in n11 that Breat froS s oi black rocks and orange stood high on the bank, and &? J.hc brown Nile swirled swiftly. ?, cried Mortimer, mopping 3 "you'd pay 6 shillings for W" ,d Scolt- "But you are 1 i'tJ to ride twenty miles In a t Mlh with a field-glass and a V8 . anJ ft wntcr-bottle and a whole L'c.tice-fuls of things dangling Dfi nvi" The hothouse at Kew Is ex 's, a conservatory, but not adapt 1 Sbltlons upon the horizontal & "for a camp In the palm grove fci! -liit until evening." ifm trees or nothing." said ro I r suppose we must; and yot I Ucrv iiour until we ratch the Vr , What vould our editors say y'e ia(c for the action?" S chap, an old bird like you iltti io he told that no sane mod. bS$ ftral would ever attack until the XT ffSi't mean that," said Anerlcy. Xll ijcht we wore looke...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

1 S The Salt Lake tbtsukbi Stxnkay Moknutg-. February 7. 1904. j I After a season which has been dull ! In the extreme, members of society I have apparently decided to make the most t the remaining time before : the Lenten season and accordingly have i arranged a scries of festivities which wjll make the next ten days gay indeed. On Tuesday evening will be given the last of the Assemblies before Lent; Thursday evening the University mem bers throw open their splendid club i house to their friends; Friday evening Miss Judge gives a German at the La dies' Literary clubhouse and on Sat urday evening a number of society peo ple will give an Informal dance at the same place. Tucaday evening, Febru ary 12th, Col. and Mrs. Holmes give a reception in honor of the oiricers and ladles of the post, which will no doubt ; . be one of the brilliant social events of 1 the season. And these larger affairs, with the many small and Informal onos which have been planned wll make a round of gayeties in...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

ssssl; - The Salt Lake Tkibtike: Sunday Moknus-, Februaet 7, 1904-. to " S Ti A. Duncan and E, Egll were Hd f thoroughly delightful danc- -WVrtv last Wednesday evening at 1 atv 1& Literary clubhouse. More r. -ytiM guests were present and the w JSnir was In every way a very pleoa hlitSt one , ftSAfic Irene Taysum entertained about S'lJS1 of Her girl friends Informally SpjjSbome last Monday evening. ' a4 wWiLntv-five of the young fricnd6 o JKlj Gunn surprised him at his CTF. 'xmmlav evening, the time being i. tE d with games and music. .H. e timbers of St Paul's choir spont n ?r- K 'nleasant evening last Thursday at fjKe of Mrs. James T. Beless. s-..BiM.L ynbellc Snow was guest of hon '"UjKt en enjoyable meeting of the Na club held Thursday afternoon at ETBrtotnc'of Mrs.Le Rol C. Snow. hftloiilet wedding of the week was that Lttft Marv J. Bentley of Lawrence, InkJXft. and Cortez MacRobert of Platts Ktr N. solemnized on Thursday 1 i Eninir at S o'clock at tho home of Mr. d K its. A...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

f H ' 20 The Saut IlSjQ) TKmrnos; Sunday MoRyusTG, February 7, 1904 1 1 Mrs. B. J. Bcggn. Mr. and Mrs. C. Heath, . Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Dloni. Mr. and Mm. M. D. " , Jlurlbut, Mr. and Mrs. A. Davlos, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. IL "Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lo Favour. Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Lo Comptc, Mr. and Mrs. . Jj. E. Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. A. "Williams, : Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goist. Mr. and Mrs. 1 O. A. Blochor, Mr. and Mrs. J. Franklo, , I Mr. hnd Mrs. A R. Wcctor, Mr. and Mrs. i F. Smith. Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Rend. Mr. , I and Mrs. Charles Shields. Mlsa Julia Bur- . I , lln. MJss Bnvdsly. Miss Alice Fisher, James Hancc, Dr. Bardsly and B. Franklo, Miss Nclllo Goodrich entertained tho members of tho "W. L. H. club most de lightfully on Tuesday evening; Games, music and a chiokon suppor woro features i of tho charming affair. Tho club mem bers present beside tho hostess woro Miss Jean Pearson. Miss Maud Gray, Miss Kathorlno Thorpe. "Miss Louisa Bates. Tho Invited guests wero Messrs...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

. XT3CE BAIKliAKB TRTBTTN; SCINXAT MomSTETG-5 FlSBRTTABY 7,"1904. 7 21 ft1 I SEZtr mid wlfo. Arthur Rich. V&CFCronmr and wlfo and , - 4ffJfo, !larwifc. Tho cvonlng was . WPo3ir a. , Diayhijr gaaien. music, t IF JBly Piteous siippcr was served sMelc. tJSts retired it wns with ScW0 th jlri Roberts for many - E?urns of her birthday. fel' -ILm of tho Eureka volunteer "SlSfSSt entertained tho old and 'iSSScort and the local press at a f&S f fall last Tuesday night. The Eileen tastefully decorated with iS!!t-2tod a very Inviting appcar rucst was presented with a aSlSjtonlcre-a chrysanthomum rSlEdous claret punch was served the evening. Tho supper was &W.ftM Eureka hotel, covers being ISonSy the most enjoyable social B3paS?cdwl9a0P' KfiKld" of thlsplnce. hLgm'. i nnbcrtsoii spsnt last Tucs D. Depuo nt Robinson. ;t . . e flW j wHans hold the boards at 'ktMtflts of thU week. .Efiatlov was a Salt Lake visiter this week. S5' tit TT-iwlev has accopted a po- SlJ&b7offle7oVtho Roc...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

BP' T ; 22 The Salt '.Lake TRmrarai: stostday MoBsmsre, ebkuaet 7, 1904. I I, j . 1 1 1 Korea the Prize for Which j -jHf Japan and Russia Will War I' MMlMHHHtlHllltlHIt li The position of Korea Is unique. She ' Is the youngest of the nations to come into diplomatic relations with the Weat " ern world. Her treaties with the United ' States and England were made in 1SS2; with Germany, in 1SS3; with Russia and : ' , Italy, In 1SSI; with France, In 1SSG; with ' i Austro-IIungary, in 1892. Sho has no i well-established postal facilities or means of transportation and communi cation. Sho has only one short railroad, , ' while others are projected, and only a ' few miles of telegraph linos, and these mostly controlled by foreigners. The means of transportation of men and goods Is man-back, pony-back, cow baclc, by means of wdan chairs, and by two-wheoled, clumsy bullcarts. She manufactures feebly an lnsuilicient sup ply of textile fabrics, of pottery, and of inejtal wares. Sh(j exports ric...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

Fc 1 1 H s; Teds Baits Lake Ttnms Sunday MosmG, Febrtjahy 7, 1904, 23 H Theater-MDavId Harum," a Tuesday evenings iwTJ1 Lfltcr-"Two Married Wo 51? Tuesday and Wednes Fnd Wednesday afternoon; 4 Hi ySper." Thursday. Friday ' iay nights and Saturday af- ic the Salt Lake Theater will telliJ 3d Harum. " which will be e2 and Tuesday nlffhte. cl actor is the comedian, W. ' ' 4 rYand his success in 11 is said fce pronounced order. " ill of the familiar sayings. . iBo'ophv, and amusing inci- im ' lie Jtor'v are In the play. One k' things In the book and one 31 H things in the play is the Al if, which takes place in the lifi-s it The second act. which Is ttdfcv arum's bank, shows the old i business man. This act con- ixZ7 ilnddcnt of the counterfeit i5 bills, the tussle with Bill Vt"si itt; village tough, and the se the mortgages on the Widow i kome. The last act is laid in " r"s sitting-room on Christmas ' J ; Harum tells the story of his : hi circus. The engagement of Isalai'i ike and John ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

" 24: THE SALTliAKE TEIBTOTB; SlENPAY MOBaTOTG-, FEBRUARY 7, 1904. 1 MM The Three Correspondents. M 1 ' ( Continued from Paso 17.) i , i seltzer would be exceedingly acceptable, i ! But oh, Mortimer, what a clianco! j 1 Think of the General's feeling when . I he hears that the first action of the war J as been fought by the presa columm , ! Think of neuter, who has been stewing at the front for a wookl Think of the ; evening pennies Just too late for the funi By Georare. that slug brushed a mosquito off me!" 1 , "And one of the donkeys is hit." 1 "This Is sinful. It will end In our hav- Ing to carry our own kits to Khartoum." "Never mind, my boy. It all goes to li make copy. I can sec the headlines Hj ' , 'Raid on Communications.' 'Murder o.t British Engineer.' 'Press Column At tacked." Won't It be ripping?" "I wonder what the next lino will be?" Hi 1 said Ancrlcy. "-our Special Wounded!'" cried Scott, rolling over on his back. "No harm done." he added, gathering hlm self up again; ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

I 1 The SAiiT Tiatttc Trxbtjotj: suot)ay oromTG. itebruart T, 190. 25 Lrsespondexce ibune- ... "-"s Mneton Feb. 6 -Congress -will !5S r lnt for methods for dissipating lu. Besides the regular ordl- feipcneesof running the Govem- ShS I there are many public improve- - V hat have to be provided for each "ife f Including fortifications, the bulld- I V. wAr vessels, the construction of V t gildings and the Improvements Jrers and harbors. These are pcr nt improvements, and are owned Government, and while they are SeI. they will always be Govern tg' Ti property. But there are other ;! Sods of getting away with the mon Ti1 S the overflowing treasury, and UV, S0t them are seriously entertained ' (Congress- tie rural free delivery is one of the Jus of expending postal revenues, but Estimates of the Postofflce depart- t sh0W that this new departure is l fycaiiy eelf-sustalning. HKerrlng to other methods that are IELed to relieve Uncle Sam of his HSrfcurden, there may be mentioned Wrrflnosltlo...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

H ' 26 The Salt Lake Trebiine: Sunday Morotn-g, February 7, 1904. 5 ' H i &EST10MSjg ANSWERS 1 I , j ') Dillon. Mont., Jan. SO. Could you give I i mo any Information In your answers to .1 1 correspondents In regard to the fol ' !; lowing question: "I have hlgh-grado ' gypsum, running from 50 to 70 per cent i , pure. What is the price dC such mln- ' eral Silvered at tho railroad and ' -where can I find out all about It?" I. F. O. Li. i' Probably about $2.50 a ton. Ml Salt Lake. Feb. 5. Please answer the I ! following questions In your Sunday pa- 1 per, and oblige a subscriber: First where the prior locator of a mining claim has a vein which In its down i . ward course enters beyond tho- vertical side lines of his claim on a claim owned ' by another, has he the right of posses ! slon of tho vein? Second In locating a group of claims do you have to havo ' a vein on each claim? Third What Is 1 the difference between a vein and a lode?" (1.) Yes. (2) You do not locate claims i in gro...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

ECE &AIF JiATCTC TRIBUTE; SUNDAY KOKNTNG-, FEBHTTART 7, I IrP TJP BIG BEAR. lded a Sawmill and Was ;Q to Chops and Steaks, about bear experiences," I trapper the other day, "I any years ago that was a it shows that old bruin has d. on him after all. It was he gory, bea; -eating sort of but a story that would e doubt the truth of It, but cc enough reliable witnesses iate the tale, so I am not rfir that part. 3ed up in the northern part , and at the time bears wero too thick for convenience. I time engaged In lumbering md was In charge of a saw f father owned. It was one ashloned kind of mills, the )U used to see when knock In the woods Bears had ng us very much by getting 1 and eating up the provl ally the pork. We did not raps at hand, so wo could ny headway toward extcr the adventure took place jlng to tell you about I had g all night for the past few logs, and had got my sleep ng during the daytime. On lar day I was pretty well id I don't think that any a cannon shot could hav...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 February 1904

i)P'f i 58 The Sait acti Tbibuke. Sukdat Morsttg, February 7, 19(H. 1 I Current Publications. I. ; SEARCHING THE COUNTRY. , Brief History of Rocky Mountain Ex- t l ploratlon: with Especial Roforcnco to i J the F.r.pertltion of Lewis nnd Clnrlc. By : I Reuben G. ThwoHcs. Published by D. ; j Apple to ti nnd Company, i! ; a condensod but very satisfactory ac- count of the oarly explorations across tho 1 North American continent. Tho first com- i plole and contlnuouo Iravcmo of the i northern part of tho continent Is shown to havo been by Alexander Mackenzie In 1753. from Hudson's Bay to the British Colum " bla const. Other explorers had almost j i made tho trip, and It is noteworthy that however early thcro Is a record of explorn j tlon, there Is almost Invariably mention I of somo person or party which had been ' thcro beforo, sometimes a namo or names of tho earlier ones being known, eomo tlmcs not. Tho fact In, that the general 1 ouULno of thu Missouri river pathway, and i . tho pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 February 1904

I (gig Site Halt &ki tf ibtttt& "epbi I ft ; V --Jr V ' WEATHER TODAY Fair. y . 1 $ Vol. XTjVI. ?o. 29S. Salt Lake Oinr, Utah, Moxday MoiimG-, Febeuary 8. 1904, 10 PHGES.Five Cents. 11 Ied war will materially change map in oriental lands ! I of Fire Three-Quarters of a Mile Long and From Two to Eight Blocks Wide Sweeping Over the City, ifforts to Check the Mad Course of the Flames by Blowing Up Buildings rove Fruitless, and Granite, Stone and Iron Structures Crumble Under ie Fiery Onslaught Residence Section Also Menaced, toltimore, Feb. 7. The most destructive fire in the histoiy of Baltimore occurrod here today, raging tically unchecked during many hours, completely destroying scores of the largest business houses in the lesale district, involving losses which cannot yet be estimated, as the flro was still burning fiercely anight fell. Owing to the wide extent of the calamity, it will be tomorrow before an approximate csti e can be made, though it is certain that it has al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 February 1904

K; " 2 - TEE SALT LiUvE TB.TIBTJjSrE: MOM)AY MOIJjOTGSTGj Fjebrtjaby S, 1904. I I II JAPAN SHIES ITS I CASTER INTO RING 1 I (Continued from Page 1, Column C.) . i thf legislative branch. France " adopted j the rtxluiary principle of the Amcrlcun Constitution. -which makes Parliament ! the sole body cupnblo of declaring war. 1 i At the present time the French Pnrlla ) ment Is sutniRly'mndc up of Socialists, I! j and one of their cardinal principles Is j disarmament, arbitration and the avold- anco of warfare. This clement holds the balance of power In the French Parlia ment, aiu1 It Hands, therefore, aa a dls- tlnct assurance against, a Parliamentary declaration of war. j Probably the beftt outward evidence I that France has no expectation of be coming Involvail In the far East Is that , , mly one French warship has been sent there, and that not a single additional soldier has been ordered to the extreme I Orient. As to the probable course of the other powers toward the bel!Igernt!'....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 February 1904

Mi 1 The SaijT Lake Teibtote: Monday Mousing, February: 8, 19CH. s JtesOLACEIH DEATH 4 Wife if Ogden Telegrapher Commits Suicid. k a' Si 1$ SHE 9RANK CARBOLIC ACID 8? i - ' I H Unknown Man Tumbles Off Ii I Lucln Cut-Off. hi asaasl Notes and Minor Mention Wj Begfirding Matters of Interest ; I in Ogden. W i. U0Z4 TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, , 24SG "Washington Street. Mlfljf Telephone 203-IC, Ogden. Feb. S. 7Rviiry Carop, wife of W. C. Camp, telc tobMrrerh orcrator for the Union Pacific, com feiitcd suicide Saturday night by drinking JCrCrboIIc acid. jPrRb Forbes was called as soon as the -Woman's condition was discovered, but she 'tEas mst aicdjcnl aid. Despondency Is ' CfiiKven as the cause. ?ThJ bodv will bo embalmed by Undcr i . Rlchcy and shipped to Colorado Sb 'Ifcrlngs, her former home. DBOWNED IN THE LAKE. IShn Falls Overboard Trom the Xuchi Cut-Off. aft, KLC In5t niplu a r0DOrt rencnctl Ogden ' imul e ram had been drowned in the lake tjElng the Lucln cut-off. No particulars ji to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 February 1904

H,' " ; 4 THE SALT LrAKE TEX3XINE: MaJSTDAY" MoillSTa, FEBRUARY S, 1904. K I Die atlji ribim ji , f . I i ' i J Issued Every Morning by - ?j I Bait Lako Trlbuno Publishing Compony. ! ; PEBBY S. HEATH, '" ' , Publisher and General Manager i 5ntred at tho Postofllc of Salt Lak '! ly as Hccond-claBa matter. '' I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. illy and Sunday Tribune, ono week.$ .25 illy and Sunday, one month l.JJJ illy and Sunday, two months -.J . . -illy and Sunday, thrto months 3.00 I 'i illy and Sunday, one year J2-JW Inday Tribune, ono year inrlay Tribune, six months J.w I fml-Wcekly Tribune, one year I:s0 I All remittances and business letters I , lould bo nddresscd to , ' TRIBUNE PUBLISrrrNG COMPANY. I Satt Lake City, Utnh. ; S C. Beckwlth. Special Agency. Solo 1 pfitern Advertising Agent. Eastern of c. 4&-14--17-4S-49 Tribune J3ulldlnr. .New ork. Western office, E10-G12 Trlbuno ulldlnR, Chicago. trnBhingtonBuvcan 1417 G Street. 1 , Tribune Tclephono Numbers. ,uslnes Office 'ity Edit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 February 1904

SwAS PACKED -lAudience Greets Judge .ileptinius J- Hanna. 1 $ TV CHRISTIAN SCIENCE J From the Doors. "ist 4 Introduced by Rev. Elmer I. li d, and Tnlks Learnedly of I.! His System of Religion. !. breaking lecture audience agt Septimus J. Hanna at ke Tneater last night to drc? on 'Christian Science." tHa literally filled from pit ind sacral hundred were ij- on account of the lack of :row'(l began to gather nearly ;fcre. the time announced for to begin, and at S o'clock it ttssary to close the doors to t overcrowding of the thea ter was Introduced by Rev. Joslien, pastor of the First jnaf church, in an earnest Irness. Mr. Goshen spoke as iry tlut ha just closed has scnuFO of Its achievements In :al and met hanical world, but tonight that when the ade ry of the particular period In ve shah bp written, historians tand far enough removed to is they arc with n perfect un , shall snv that the epoch Is d by o growing spirit of truth and breadth. nratlc.ns that have Just pre rhen mn differed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 February 1904

H ; , 6 , The S-axt Lulke Tribute: Monday Morning Fejbrtjahy S, 1904, i. ; BOSTON CON. TO BUILD : j Assurances That Mill Is to I Bt Erected. THE MONARCH CONSOLIDATES ' ,j , interests to Rally at Portland, I . Mains. L 1 i " ' Dnta on Gas and Oil Field From Man Who Pioneered the Industry Along San Pedro Margins. Fioin Boston comes a message that the nianaRfciuenl of the Boston ConEoll i ated of Bingham has decided, positive ly, that means shall bo Installed the I present year which will enable the nmpuny to reduce Its low-grade copper ' ore?, the subject having been exhaus tively and decisively discussed at the ! meeting of shareholders In London. The message Is in harmony with what was expressed by Director Abercrombie 'of I the Boston after ho had applied hini- ! , stlf for several weeks to an examina tion of the mines, and by President XcwhouiK- on the eve of his departure I for Europe. By each It was said, how- l, i fvcr. that the installation of means. which Implied nothing less...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 8 February 1904

I H ; j , The Saw JLake Tbibuke Monday Mokjn'tisg, February 8, 1904:. IJB !5TiS .A VICTIM 1 Guard Discharged as Unfit for Duty. jULT OF HSS INJURIES 05l Killed at the Tlma of Convict Qutbroak. .r Ten Years' Faithful Service, He Will Be Turned Out tho First o Next Month, bulon Jacobs. v.-ho wrs wounded in laleivlth the convicts In their at plcd cape October 9th of last year. PLn notified that he will be no "'reeded at the Institution. He ''cvcrcly mounded in the light and -ot entirely recovered. Aa a result lsald to be disqualified to perform duties of a guard. C0b has been connected with the uutlon n the capacity of guard ,e October. 1SD3. He has always R regarded as one of the most effl ltcnd trustworthy men at tho an For several months previous to October he has been working on nsido and was employed In that po mM. the break for liberty was 3e by tfcp seven convicts, resulting he 'dasth of one of the number and wundlnR of cpal others. Guards obs and Wllckcn were also wounded he en...

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

1 1 8 : The Ratf :lukb Trtbunb! MoirDAY Mokstdtq-, Febktjaky 8, 1904. 1 I if WILL RAISE COTTON f '.. I IN UPPER EGYPT ' ; j Leigh Hurlc, Well Known as a Promoter All Over the West , j: i and Northwest, Will Build Up Opposition to ' American Cotton Planters, i ' ; ltjgh mm II A gentleman now resident of Salt I jLake who was Intimately associated I ivrlth Lehjh Hunt -when he was riding I I the tidal wave o prosperity In the I 2sorthve8t, when he was conducting I the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, and when (he was supposed to be worth his mil lions as a result of daring plunges ' In f the real-estate mart, tells of the great 'promoter's latest scheme to establish large cotton plantations' in the valley of the upper Nile. "Hunt was almost ao well lenown as 1 ' any man In the whole Northwest at one j time," this gentleman said, discussing j t the subject with some friends In the (lobby of the Wilson. "This was before j 1 i the crash of 1S33 swept away all his j property and left him a wreck...

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