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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

m The Salt Laj&e Tbbtihbs Stotday Mokistng. February 14, 1904. 5 II . : , , - 'I! fD1e Discovery of Engi Bler J. M- Ericksen. eans a clean city ir Bamberger is Back of S the Entorpriso. iiv, consumer That Consumes (ifcHasBecu Tested Thor- oughly at Home. fiJLaot the cleanly is about to vm -Salt Lake soon will be a 3Kdty Incidentally, every fcfcUiU within a comparatively Bite delivered from that great 1,'Euiractorr from urban beaty i E f l,callh' thc smokc SLrercr is J- r- Erlckson, an (nklUsent mechanical en ilK tb3 city- who Is backed by SBOT Bamberger, coal mcr SKiins magnate and railroad BLr Erickson has Invented a SRyumcr which actually con-DJr-eke. " dsn't let any get 1 Kisrcple and inexpensive. It iftaiiil. because it utilizes the t fcsV of coal. Senator Bam ' to usually recognizes a good ' Kta he sees It, realized upon i Eea what Mr Erlckson s in- Roans for the public and its Mri lost no time in becoming SmfiX. He trill Pvide the 51.Kefary to carry on the busi es falling ...

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. — 14 February 1904

I. ill WATER ON THE SPINE ( ! j TO' REVIVE FIGHTERS II l Reviving a pugilist In-battle i Just as I ! much of an art as tho proper training of.a j scrapper. Naturally, thin la the supremo ; ; duty of a second, but very few of them I i j know how to do It properly. Tho othor I - night whep Jnclc O'Brien fought Tommy ' J Ryan at Philadelphia Kid McCoy, who I ' . was one of O'Brien's handlers. Introduced I ' a wrinkle which saved the day- for his i i nan. Usually whenever a fighter Is 5 ( ! knocked down from a punch and Is In distress his second throws water on him Mil to revive him. Under the rule?, this Is , J not permissible, and Is sometimes pun- ' ' ; Ished by disqualification. But tho referees , ; are not. so strict In the tnnttcr as they 1 ; flhould be, and many Infractions in this : way have been overlooked, J J ; O'Brien went to tho floor from a left ! hook which Ryan dollvcred after tho lat- ( tor had been knocked down by CrBrien, '. and took the count. O'Brien was scom- Ingly...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

The Saip3Lake Trtbtods: Stotday Mokststg-, February 14, 1904, 7 j-1 1 pBE WORLD OF SPORT L to Take Ogden and : Helena Into League. m0SKEY GOES TO B9ISE ftnd Lucas Are In Claso Co Operation. Btf to Have a Six-Club KLue if Possible, find Outlook . Hfc considered Very Bright. latest development In baseball BL according to an assertion mnde Boning by "Honest" John Mc- just before leaving for Eoise, Kovement now being forwarded Kftldent Lucas, whereby Ogden ftjtDa will be given franchises In WjfiMonal Pacific Baseball league. K'ril make the league a six-header SXj of four, and will also serve to JK'thlngs much more lively and in !tKfc President Lucas has plenty MLt to carry his plan Into effect be jgjfc season opens, and then these Bddt as they have Just finished WX a slrenuous strulc against sKfer a franchise, will be some Mirrcpared to take up the work and Jfo'Kt their previous plans. The Hrip seems to have met with uni ii favor and support, and will CO through with a whirl. Kre leavin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

jjl' V 8 The Saif IiAKS Tribune. Stotdax Morotw, February 14, 1904." j ' I 1 I TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, I ,vll ' A DISH THROWING SCRAP, j' j MAN AND TWO "WOMEN IN A , ; 1 RESTAURANT, j ' One of the. Women. Was Malaird's ; ' j i Wife, Who Had Made Proin- J j ise of Reform. I . 1 ' , TRIBUNE SPECIAL. ! ! Ogdcu, Fob. 13. A row occurred in tho , 1 1 Pon Ton restaurant yestorduy afternoon ': In which two women and a man made llfo interesting for tho Chlneso proprietor for ; n few moments. Tho man was E, K. Wllllnms and tho ,( j vomen wore Lena Kimball and Lilly I ' DaviH. both denizens of Electric alley. The three wcro dinintr together, when the. women began to quarrel, and In a ' innmcnt crockery was llylng- through the ( I sir at a Hvolv rate. Their aim was bail, though, as th'ey hit about everything but ; each other, and demolished dishes and ' 1 . furniture, , , . , ; 1 : Deputv Sheriff Sobrlne happened to bo , ( ' passlnE'at the time, and arrested all thrco of the participants, and th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

1 J" The Sclt Lake Tiixbtito3 Sunday MomsrrN"G3 February 14, 1904. 1'IB HERE IS A FEAST nnat Mmm sm mm ffLk a A A Day,s Riding for AH ( I . II OF GOOD THINGS m xlw III ill HflPll MF B 8Pi iHI i ClT lH& H and Articla f j J - HNMIHMI I I iiiiii iii M MTI IIMIBM I 1 - I . , mother of the Tuxedo indulgent motn traln rTnompS?wUh her three i; &S ,nhig nursemaid, and a copy I HjS'mSie which absorbed I iL The son was occupying ? l bntod eve v once In a while to ft lUenSSs and rebellious spirit by 'ft b!S of his latest whim, taut I 5LlSJ mothir. noticing that only ill. m Vnt was In progress, and ' 8re,Sne up from her book, i -1' S" "Let him have It" , " enmld thereupon would yield ' I d"bidnTa!!d rather venomous M l;,n fleS' uWlnst the window i JS the youthful hunter reached n it and walled dejectedly 7 "fAs once more restrained by J &S caretaker. A?ain the fond jglfithout raising her eyes, ex- ftWiSSS filowea the r 1 vLnllance caused an amused JJpSKnd the car.-New York ' n"' fol...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

Bp I f H , I 10 The Salt Iakje rJDiU3iJisrE: Stotday Moxurora, February 14, 1904. ' ;l Ijjf BREAKS INTO HAILEY ;j J! Utah Talent Tie Up a $250,- - I 000 Group, j; ; ' CGL TREWEEK AT HEAD iij.j Joined by Minnie Moore's I , j i Wealthy M&nagar. I j , ! i Eeturn of tho Colonel From tho East I 1 J ! Met tho President and Some ; Bonanza Kings of Utah. : ' I ! The Queen of the Hills, a group of , mines the merits of which are reflected r ' , 1 in a $2,000,000 bullion record, and that : I i adjoins the Minnie Moore, the wealth ' j ! of which is imparting so much sub- I i i stance to the boom In the Wood river region. Idaho, has passed into the hands 1 ' of Col. Nicholas Treweek and Chicago '; connections, under an option that at its consummation will Involve no lesa , , than $250,000. This announcement was ' made upon the return of the Colonel , . yesterday morning, after an absence of i , several wcoka In the East, as was the 1 announcement that Maj. W. A. Stanton j j had been largely...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

' J The Salt 3Lakb Tribtote? Stjxday MojarorGr-. Februaky 14, 1904. 11 jlM M0 A BLUE SATURDAY lvall Sr8et arket List,ess I 1 and Unimportant. I BALTIMORE BI3ATER IS FELT m I istock Market Had to Faca Fire oil !: and War. In I : tS UllBoom Traders Tried to Infuse iji i Life Into the Trading, but Without Success. St iYorlt Feb. 1S T,1C tn hGm's' scs' ' the' 'lock exchange tolQy lnter between the sessions of Thursday 'Tuonday d not" attract more than a l X. Sieisdanco of brokers and members 1ft. S thouadlnpaa listless and unlm- IS opening level was higher to con i ;, to the parity of London prices, which 3 icn lifted slightly yesterday during W 'my here- The small room traders "J SaDled to take the day's profits of U.o 1 iSk statement, with the result of carry J C Vces Kick to about the level of 9 Way's prices Although the prcllm 3; !, V climates of the currency movement 2r iwch regular channels Indicated a cash ft o of about t!.O.O0O. the decrease it tn DM shown by the bank statement ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

H ' ' 12 The Salt Tiatctc Tribotte: sihstdat MoitmsrGr, February 14, 1904, j ! 1 . ! Issued Every Morning by ' . , ( Sail Uko Tribune Publlshlnp Company, .j'j PERRY S. HEATH, , ' ' j , Publisher and General Manager. ' ' '. Entered at tho Postofncn o Salt Lak ! ly bo uecond-clasD matter. . f i 3 , i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ', ally Rnd Sunday Tribune, one vreek.J .25 I 'ally and Sunday, one month l.oo ; ally and Sunday, two months. Z.W , ; 'ally and Sunday, threo months 3.w I ! ally and Sunday, one year 12.W , ' unday Tribune, one year z.w ' undav Tribune, nix months , eml-Weckly Tribune, one year........ l.W j I , All remittances and business letters : i hould bo addressed to , i 1 ! TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. . Salt Lake City, Utah. i S. C. Bcckwlth. Special Agency. Sole ' 1 Jastern Advertising Asent. Eastern of- ce, 43-4-M5-T7-4S-49 Tribune Building. Now ' , ; ork. Western office, Tribune 1 , lulldlng, Chicago. Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. j 1 Tribune Telephone Numbers. I : Jus...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

TEDB SAIF AKE TETBTOTE. SUNDAY MOKNTaSTG. FEBRUARY 14, 1904. 13 ' ' panorama f Scenes and Persons Prominent in War in the Asiatic East I I Li ENTRANCE TO RUSSIAN LEGATION, TOKIO I Lil.RDLT half a century 1ms sufficed l&l !T bring the eastern shores of B trlthln the ken of ther Euro 5SS ioc Their Titanic struggles ffltitional rivalry In the seven, ird at the beginning of the last I; -J?HJaty nnd naval forces of h , C0UntHe3- Whether this Wk. ltf "J an old struggle was inevl Bi tJj? In Uie course of events, it H' to the opcn,uB up of a new j 11J. 1 cornmerclal struggle has & UttTrV b' the odve"t of a new ' M wr' the raP,a Growth of Wxm r; 3 n oue oi the dom If Jp.ucr,c"rs' and the extension 3-nfrA0Vc,Llhe Pacinc. which A Wiejtnt n-m tho Garly day o Its '?cccurMi an '"dependent state V Wrn sin?!1 a?d development of F-towoC the UnItm- which I Ui2 ann llan Edition to Ja I -lfiv u conclusion of the I MTT nf- b.? cmmodore Perry I '1&h b ttA V; ma' be remem I "'Kuntry k by Japan...

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

l i 1-4: The Saxt !Lake TniBTrNGE: Sunday MoiamsrG February 14, 1904. , I f : ; : , - 1. l FRESH FROM UNCLE Vjj I SAM'S MONEY PRESS J ' j Circulating Medium at National Capital Is Always Fresh From i ihe Treasury Banks Have Luxurious Quar- ' ; i J ters for the Woman Patrons. ii!! H CORRESPONDENCE TRIBUNE. I j t j "Washington, D. C, Feb. 9. The most 1 I beautiful money In tho world, either I , i paper or metal, Is that In circulation In I. ; ' i Washington. The bills come from the II . Treasury even day crisp and clean, I ' i lioauliful specimens of the engraver's I j art: the metallic currency bright and I ; : shining from the mint. Almost ail the 1 j 1 ' urrency paid over the counter in the I , j j cash room of thu United States Treas I j ury is new, bills that get back there I j i If soiled In the leant are at once retired ' ' I ) 1 and new onea Issued In their stead. In the Rigga National bank Is a coni- j I l modious room in the front portion of I ! I 1 the building especially f...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

Jj - The Sait TiAirw Trxbugste; Sunday mobkestg. Fjebrctarx 14, 1904. 15 jj H E TRADE BETTER 8 Merchants Report Sood Gains. fL0K FOR SPRING Provfls a Brawback 3 jp Real Estate. r4 ! $ m of War in Asia Felt in t iligbter Money Conditions 7 , gwvy Bank Clearings. i - j L week has witnessed Gradual : MHVIflns In the mercantile trado oi i fj? Mth In Jobbing and retail trade, 'ifnli report business uniformly good " S ot the year, better than for i ' Ending week of last year, and i Sindlcptlon for greatly Increased it with the opening of spring. ,f. wt-thfr conditions havo not yet iffttowblo for the promised revival in $1 fteaaA for real estate, but there are Sal good sales and much preparn- il stocks, both commercial and ln- Si Ihero Is continued llstlcssness. "3 nlaB of war having a lomlency to 3 kfneseV a little tighter. With pros it wig all lndustrios. however, and with rnCrwd building and tho irrigation I d-ilns development which arc In I lifcrUWh. there Is no really dlscour ji iifat...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

Wral ' i 16 The Sauf TjAICB.Tkibtine: Stjuday Moknxktg, February 14, 1904. wt?- BRIGHT, SUNNY ! ; . SKIES. ' j Ij j 'ALIi NATURE WILL SMILE ON : J ! SALT LAKE TODAY, IF FORE- . j I CAST BE CORRECT. ; I ! I i i T l 1 , ! ipfic son will shine, tho air will lw balmy j' I j Rml all nnturo will smllo today, provided I j $4 ' the weather forc- ( i ! 1 C icast or prediction i i , wi2a.. iproves correct. The 1 ' f i5vC -chart of tho air cur- 1 i ( i i vents, the high and ; M I . i, low of tho harome- I iwSuHlL. jw tor nnd other things I , i?$SfcK$5 known only to the fKjfiMfcl iweathcr clerk, lndi- ' ' i "i flBIIfl cate that tho weather J i naHK ' today will bo fair: i'i svR also warmer, as i j i iHKa thero Is an aecumu- ( (HoHffll lated deficiency In j I ,affMln, a h c tomperaturo 1 j fiiXft. .since January 1st of I J?s Y"- (w. Tho sudden drop j j In tho tomporaturo announced for yestcr- j i I Olay arrived late, getting hero about 6 1 j o'clock last evening. Tho snow or ram , 1 .squalls tha...

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

I The Salt ILaee Trtbtote; Sunday MoxmrnG February 14, 1904. 17 flrH Kn adventure of i jflfHE FIRE PATROL I j -J- ' BY BAY STANNARD BAKER J K ' t g, s. McCluro Company.) ' . tdl yet In tho flre houses of the in?? ! of Skrine p-nd his men. '"as a stubby Pennsylvanlan, ? Lnely broad shoulders, long iaowJ nd a good-humored H? "blotched In places with blue rS 2Sf':aw. He taIked wIth a k 5rCn,o the result of a deep slit rMiTr ilo where he had been cut , surr ,'c For upward of ten Jgg s a lieutenant of the lire 3 ic this difference between the ?S f.Jfment and the lire patrol. One fZ? Arc the other saves from f2r f 'tS fire department is a branch feL f,.- hilc service; Mie lire patrol is a inany of Picked men supported ' fwlSIrance underwriters as a Z adjunct in the saving of prop members of both organiza 1 trained to the same grim ' their uniforms and equipments tiiu- 60 that in the- rush of a 'm ffti It la difficult to tell them ? J Jfrd both deal calmly Jn the busi- i00 of the 151,1 ?f ...

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. — 14 February 1904

H 13 The Sait Laxjd Tihbtjiste: Su:nxat MoKgrnsra, February 14. 1904. H Society haa evidently been bent on making hay while the sun ahonc and the dull winter season Is going out In a blazo of glory. On Wednesday the sackcloth and ashes will be donned for a period of six weeks, and while there will of course be entertainments, ihcy H' will be small and Informal with the cx ceptlon of one or two large teas, the receptions on Washington's birthday and a large wedding early In March. The Lenten season, however, prom - Iscs to be succeeded by a round of gayetlcs, for the air Is filled with rumors; of coming mar riages of a number of popular young Hj poople, and the announcements of the engagements are sure to be fol- mmM lowed by a. series of entertainments. Three of- the weddings are to take place in the very early spring, while a mm number are set for the month of rosea. Exception at Amelia Palace. The most important social event of the week, in fact one of the most impor tant of tho w...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

f feE'Siffi February 14, 1904. " 19 j ''ffl77oot for a card party next Thurs fay 'afternoon. m . ' iwro Jay Tarvln Harris leave Vm Ir atJc c?mlng week for a visit in 1dcalIforn - ?J .i Mrs Ham of Fort Douglas afssat-" . . . j Purely Personal. :M Bubb and Miss Helen Bubb will t ' fompany the troops to. the Phil 4 ?f tnTbut will remain here until fall. I E Lawson has returned from an ;ti j . ,etter recently received from a 1 , i 0' Dr. and Mrs. Ciarence T. ?-5Sw. who are now located at San 5M savs that while they are very li Sntly situated and happy in their 1'Shome. they Ions for Zlon and the Ipod nds here. rfj j t,. and Mrs. Henry La Motte are Kil J"on their way home from the East. i'Z ! M ,n- by way of Cuba. Panama and ' L Francisco. They are expected here itoatthfi second week in March. ; ' Mlsfl Blanche. Burke will leave in a 4 ' . ' dav8 to visit her mother In Idaho. nj J " '? I r George M. Hanson of Ogden has 4 ?Burned to her home In Osden after a i IJ.jt here with her moUicr. ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

20 The S.AX.T Tjatttc Tribunb.- Sunday Mokntntg, February M, 1904. v . s imm m&i II up lo tho Park Slonday on mining busl- I I ,ncss. I F C. Tj. Rood visited camp tho past week, i tis did A, H. Slayno and N. W, Sonnc decker. A. D Sloffel of the Ontario went to Salt Lako Monday. V " llcnrv Welsh of tho firm of Welsh. Drls col Ss Buck, deported for New York on Slonday to purchase the, spring slock of dry goods, etc V o "Tho Gamekeeper" drew a good-sized house at tho Dawcy theater V cdnc3dny cvcnlng. Sirs. K. Johnson went lo the city Tues day after a pleasant ten days' visit with her son and daughter. ft Sirs. Sr. Condon arrived frpm Salt Lako Wednesday morning. o Sirs. 11. S. "Woods arrived from Rawlins, "Wvo., on Saturday to join her husband. Sll.ss Florenco HurlbuL went down lo tho city on Friday and returned homo Tuesday of tjto past week. TRIBUNE CORRESPONDENCE.! 'A very pretty and beautifully appointed luncheon -was given on "Wednesday noon yby Sirs. E. W. Robinson In dlnlng-...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

.1 The Salt Laice TkibtosE: Stjsday MornxjStg-, Fbbruaby 14, 190& 21 lipB Ol J yil .a----'' " '---" ----.- a-.-,....,......,. , , t . " " -------- , Ijl Fun, For St. Valentine's Day if i--up; annual saturnalia, of love's sJ ' carnival. SL Valentine's day. is 5 I I almost here. This saint's day Ss 'i 1 a sort of clearing house for i that little rascal Cupid. The fi! ; ,ltme love message with nothing: at IV ! n e'usive or subtle in the sweet mean 5fc f of Us vcrv (1'rcct C0,1Plct an3 em- i foned with Cupid's coat of arms is v!' I rtfl the children's dearly beloved val i' I -llie, But tne Pr0T,'nuPs' greetings ' 'he frm ' Iicnrt shaped baskets Cji with violets or charming sym W boilc arrangements of candy or big l5 lujxej'of roues, with only the frcema- $8 " nr o l0'e ns a na,nc cnnL ! f June's day Is au 0,(1 custom. Sir l 'xltr Si-olt In his "rair Maid of ' T-th" alludes to this practice and de-'-tjl I'laftcs the gift the mighty armorer 3g P Jjyjrj- Smith had made as a valentine 5...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

Hr "f The sait lake ammnsns: Sunday jMOByr&TG, Febrtjaby 14, 1904. . 1 BY STRATEGY B'J ,..,..i Luiiiix iiAiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiAiiii ifi i luiitiiiintnttiiitutH Jaok Ellington dropped oft of a prlg I ham street car a block farther on than was his custom, but he seemed to know what he was about. Without giving J even a glance to his surroundings, save a furtive one shot at the palatial resl denco oC Colo. Rlgby, he reached the , sidewalk. The Rlgby home stood a block back up 1 tho street, and In that direction Jack 1 bent his steps. He walked spryly at first, but as he ncared the gate leading to the homestead of .the Colonel, he . slackened his pace and searched the , house with inquiring eyes. A shaft of Hi light was coming out into tho night from one uncurtained window, while Hj , the others with their blinds drawn were dimly aglow with hidden lamps. Re Hjj yond that, the house waft just a dark H pile, an indistinct bulk. Jack stopped at the gate as though 1 uncertuin of liis purp...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 14 February 1904

1 Teds Saif JjAKe Tribtote? Suktday MorjOTdstg, February 14, 1904. 23 il TRACING AMURDERER m Slight Clue, All Others Failing, Which Led to the Unraveling wj of a Mystery mrUNE correspondence. r Wye Fob, 7 -From the 'T'TerritoVy comes a strange fThoff a simple package of paper tL bearing the advert Isement of ' J . Sons, Cheyenne, TVyo.. was , and only clue that resulted In : 'Eveline of a murder mystery as : Sdiuras y ever conceived In the 1 Kinds of A. Conan Doyle or rntherlnc Green. "T. .lis of the affair known here k-'dlr but sufficient to illustrate Surprising trifles Fate snmc ' ,yLos to accomplish her ends. I'Sera farmer residing in the Territory a few miles from ' t railroad, while at work near , Sound the body of an unknown M,ln beneath a pile of brush Ltte mounted police were notlfled ; investigation found that death ??to I bullet, evidently fired with of committing murder he Crv for the pockets of the dead 1 rto was comparatively young, i da rifled and their contents rc- i...

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

The Salt Lake TmBOTTE: Sunday Mokotxg!-, Febrctary X4, 1904. j - I WHAT SCIENCE IS DOING FOR THE DEAF AND BLIND Miss Maud May Babcock Talks Entertainingly of the Wonderful Things She Found in the : Great Schools for the Unfortunates During Her Recent Tour I . of Inspection in the East. I .Mir s Maud " May Babcock, professor j of elocution at the University of Utah, l.itcly returned from an extended East crh trip In the Interest of the State Fchool for the Deaf and Blind. During I her trip she visited the three oldest and most noted schools for the blind and H. eleven reputable schools for the deaf. , In an interview with The Tribune, Miss Unbcock save out the following, in which she interestingly describes some of the peculiar methods and systems of instruction used in these schools H' Xor does she forget to narrate bits of H' history and- Incidents concerning their world renowned students and instruc- H Since no member of the board of H- trustees of our State School for the Deaf an...

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