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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

Jj TEjB &AXT IlAKB 'TRtBOTTE: SUNDAY MOBjSTN"G-s JTEBR'CJjijRT 21, 1904. 13 H .lUrr IjjfflE SOCIAL WHRl VxW .... tea wna that given yes-l-C Charles A. Walker In 1' tlL Buford ot Nashville, cn- 1 Lit fly "ucata- pink ro30S 1 itona with palms, were reen riTr Pl and whIt0 roseS ln fif ,p5 hile the dlnlns-room was ffrMional colors. In the cen to ?.b!e was a cut-glass vase CTh red and while carnations; at 5 !rvas a crystal candlestick and shades, while J pS of red and blue satlri ? iiSJc in large bowy, were eadinff , Numerous sJ lnerican llags decorated the tS I?rec5y over the table and S walls. Mb. Walker was ! number of the society 2 later joined by the gen- ed spent a delightfully lnfor- (rtii1 , L (d that the marriage of Miss ft ffiss and Lee Dlnwoodcy will k fn San Francisco some time 5 ppri- . . . 3i i . Mrs M L. Oglesby are now j jp their friends at 134 H street, ?! Kensington Wednesday af J JiomSO to 4 o clock. 'iitabeth Wcltz gives a cord fiVlarse number of friends to- j?j5n...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

H 14 THE SAX.T TiAKFi TITJN: SUNDAY JNlOIOsnDSTGr 3fE35RXTAIiY 21, 190 4. ! ! Iver 500 Answers to Classified Ads in Last Sunday's Tribune Were Handled in the Office of the Paper Li 1 DIED. H j COOPER Rnoul Rosa, son of Walter and 1 Selma L. Cooper, from spasmodic croup. H' j aged 3 years 13 days. Funeral from residence In East Jordan, j Sunday, February 21st, at 12 o'clock. I FUNERAL NOTICES. U. C. T. WATSON Notice 'is hereby Riven of the death .of Brother Robert S. Watnon. All members of Council SI and sojourn ing members cf the order aro urgently requested to attend tho funeral which will bo held from his late residence, lu2 So. State St., 11 a. m., Monday, Feb. 22nd. Fraternally. ! FINLEY G. BROOKS, Secy. I"; FUNERAL DIRECTOR. ! KBEU W. HALL, UNDERTAKER and Embalmcr. op. P. O.. 110 W. 2nd So. Tel. 1019. I FLORISTS AND SEEDSMEN. "'! SALT LAKE-HUDDART FLORIST Co Largest grcenhouso In the st gl3 FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY. ) RlchaVd E. Evans. 36 Main st. Tel. SCI. B C. MORRIS FLORAL...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

7S BBIjHHjj m VAYJ 55sjj The salt Lake Tribune: Suotat Mojmnsra, February 21, 1904. 15 H Monday. Ims is txclusive of Classified Ads Where Replies Were Directed to Be Made Elsewhere. ! I FR SHLB-REHL BSTRTE. i 21 ,c RnOS.. H9 MAIN ST. , jS-HitfE nice little home on N. B. I fth: S-rSom brick, well built, and . 5 T lot fine neighborhood. fi-AEVnd and tr cot. and tarn, aSw and 9th So. sts. ' land and 4-r. cot. and bam. (fSltra very desirable place for i cSicSnV or chicken ranch, near 3i " 3lh E- 'rtrn mod, new brick cottage, never Sed nr 11th 13. st and Brigham 'l ' .'kr a good G-r. mod bk. cottago V (S-;?rnew but a very good, homollke.. HrN home with shrubbory and rino i 1 S DUSSoU m I -3 flkt.; south front; nr. 3th E.; let I ' . tJruf!modern S-r. bk. and barn, and ? nrflO ot B L nr. 2nd sl; elegant mT ESiion. walking distance; prlco Just " J above makes very fair reading, but n.in-c you the, only way for you to ' 80 ."n5on us and talk It over. We've ."S btarMns of every kind. -i BROS ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

" If' 16 The Salt Lake Texbtxne: sundat Mokntstg, February 21, 1904. i H FAIR WEATHER M TODAY. Woathor Clerk Hyutt announced last avonlng in a bulletin th:it tho weather f6r H lASJS ,i- today would bo fair. Y m. Thiis means that H, 3!, those- who attend - Lenten services at : tho Boveral churchoB H' mUn jnf I1CG(l havo "o cur of PlSr being caught In a B' xTKSr 3 The co,(1 Bnap anj fiVKk tho hiiow announcod dBSES for Friday night nr- Bfl rived on time, but T 3B0mm was very llttlo nnd r 1,7-, yesterday was fair H" The maximum temperature yesterday wan -13 degrees; minimum, 29. Tho record at other points follows; Max. Mln. Denver .-..Clear.... 42 H ' Grand Junction Pt. CVdy.... 41 ?j Helena Cear....40 lb Pocatcllo C oar.... 34 13 4 Modvna ..Clear.. ..4S IS Winnemucca Cloudy.... K 30 H CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD : Miss Edna Dwycr will sing a contralto solo at tho First Congregational, church v this morning. Bn Tho Socialists will hold a meeting at Harmonic hall on Sunday evening at 8 fc o"cl...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

Jj The Salt Lake Trxbtjioi: Sunday Mommra, February 21 , 194. H . .oil - . . . BBl (F lJ Henry C. Rowland S 1 W3 bv McCluro. PhiUips & were three of us aboard tho tir Bole' Brown and myself Jor- 5 ?' formerly of the Bridgeport 6 ! '-i Beside, thero were threo J? ' nnd the Chlno cook. fi8 ' nod I had been shipmates on a J?U ullar cruise up tho Chinese ft had made a nice little haul Ll and whoa wo wero cloolng j jjj w suggested tho scheme o fwicS a ,itUC VCSSCl tra(UnS 3& !Jitte Philippines. , we were about to clear 1 fell Kile Brown, who did mo a good 'fc i n I was in a sort of scrape with 'i 8 (ruthoritlcs. He was a nice llt ?JP ithouqh ho had about as much 'oi, my as a Chlno has Christian w1; Doles liked him, too, and, as Zi another white man In the out ''"l finally persuaded him to coma i l Th Tfunny part of its was that ! 4m to caro 3 cents about the & end of It. wouldn't take a Sk! tfind absolutely refueed to let U3 '& feo any salary. All ho soemed to Ifcut was t...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

18 THE SAXiT liAKE TBIBTOTBi 8U10)AY MOKNXN"G, FEBRUARY 21, iyU4r. j I, WASHINGTON, Feb. 20. Recent events have smashed a Senatorial tra , dltlon. For years the new Senator who ' did nioro tlian present petitions. Intro duce bills, answer to the rollcall, or announce hl3 pair during his first scs : Blon was too forward and pointed out as the man who did not conform to the Senate regulations. But that tradition f Is a thing of the pasL Perhaps It may again bo revived and new Senators made awaro that, like little children, they should bo seen and not heard, but t for the present the unwritten law of a century has been put far back on the shelf. Tho tradition was really fractured In the last Congress. Then Senators Pat f terson, Bailey, Carmack, Simmons, Burnham, Burton and somo others claimed a hearing In tho Senate, re i gardless of the old idea. This year tho m-. tradition has been broken Into frag Hl ments. Senators Newlands, Fulton, H;l Clarke of Arkansas, Stone, Hopkins, Hij Lati...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

Tsome Anecdotes About the Late Senator Marcus A. Hanna. i I t,JttOTT- kSannans pictured by the m a the Hanna o real life P lid to an actor with and 'fkcup. say9 the New York i aveS American, knew ? lunor Senator from Ohio , li lies of him first began to i tf"? thnc Mark Hanna had i4 nre a suit with dollar signs !. h and his shoes concealed F , on his Northwestern cam In 100, when ho went utaaiwl Nebraska like a W the scalps of Pcttigrcw !j first began to' open the S people concerning his real V.;' He stopped in eighty towns and In almost every one of !Ci American patriot -was sure r ,. -Where arc your horns, ;:S every now and then Some aiicdience would turn to his parkin surprise: "Why. 5t war a suit with dollar il after a Sles, the love for the theater Snentlj, Away back In L a comparatively young S'd theaters so well that he vTaiclld Avenue Opera-house , One of the stage boxes 'personal property. He was I that bos. and ever since he louse no person except hlm '" of his family, or ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

' 20 The Salt Xake TiummE: Sunday Mokning February 21, 1904:. f , Ej JTHIS WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS Salt Lnke4 Theater "A Chlnero Hon jmoon," Monday afternoon and evcn- H1 lnff, Tuesday evening and "Wednesday .afternoon and evening; Florcnco Rob erts, in "The Frislcy Mrs. Johnson" Hj Thursday afternoon and ovenlng, and in "Zasa-" Saturday afternoon and evening. Grand Theater Qu9 Sun Minstrels, Monday afternoon and ovcning, Tuesday HI evening- and Wednesday afternoon and Hi evening-. Hrf MA Chinese Honeymoon" will be at the Kf Salt Lake Theater the first half of the H' week, beginning with a Washington Birthday matineo. This musical comc Hj dy does not depend on one or two char- Bj r.cters for its success, as tho company H contains about twenty principals and Hf, carries a very large chorus. The cos- lumcs and Bcenery are said to be among Hj the handsomest seen on the stage. The H! music of "A Chinese Honeymoon" Is the H-i v ork of Howard Talbot, and tho book H) f.nd lyrics are from the pe...

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

ffl : TOE SAIP H&KE TRIBXHSTE STOfDAY MOEMG, FEBRUARY 21, 1904. 21 1 I ' OiLiVSTON, Wyo.. Fob. lS.-Plcase ) T , next Sunday's Tribune: How i rrjored cruisers are there in the ' X StC6 navy at prcsentT-Eva. S3 o eighL othcr build,ns or i 10 ror-. . . M WKE clTY- Fcb- 19--CfuY II II '.teter a proper name as a trade 'I'll i .d how7 Heaubeau. "fe5y; or copyright iu 15 t CITY, Feb. 17. Pleaso li ThMs A Edison's home ad 1 SunSVs issue of The Trlb- .A Reader Jf Orange, New Jersey. ' t t.t CITY Feb. IS. Will i JtoH S In next Sunday's n&S p7if a five-dollar gold piece o iff nr 1S43 could be sold for moro I Jfve dollars, and, If so. where it 1 old?--01d Subscriber. 4 not expert in the lore of old- .1 MuS? but should think not, as tlf! Sve'-dollur gold Pieces were HitUrfihatyear. . B0U0NT0BY POINT. Lucln Cut iitah Feb. 17 .-WW you pleaso an "tho following questions in your ; clay's paper; Should a married I -km S hSrVvcn name or her hus- JT? when sho is signing her name to "hln"? C) Is...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

22 ItoEK SAiTliM Tmsznsffl Etimtkr Mokntptg, Fbbrttart 21. 1904. , J.. J J I OPERA HOUSE AND on the one side I DANCING ACADEMY ; I j STAKE PRESIDENCY - and on the other AND MUSICIANS I i (Correspondence Tribune.) j BRIGHAM CITT, Utah, Fob. 17. Ex- ' l3tlng conditions are bocomlng nlarm- i lng In our "city of homos." When and v whoro will It ond ecodu to porplex tho i pcoplo who aro olamorlng for poaco, poaco and tribulation to ceaso. " "Thoro 1e something doing In Brlg- ham," Beomfl to bo tho opinion, of a pood many, and not desiring: to ohango I ' tho opinion much, I submit a few faota ; for tho consideration of tho thinking i i and reading public, I A RETROSPECT. 1 In order to clearly prcsont the sub i Ject, It In necessary to refer to tho paBt, that a proper understanding of affairs i; may be established. 5j For a number of yoars prior to 1003, j Prof, C- ChrlstenBon. brother of L. P. Chrlstensen of Salt Lake City, had 'i charge of tho Brlgham City opera- 2 house orchestra said h...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

Vv", IjCO-iaVBSTOST. ' Vtr virloty. B' Brand Whlt- r lrfBLlo "Tho 13th District." With . ;t gutter of n1Ioward chandler 3 11 ratru Pub1I'.hel by the Bobbs-Mcrrlll I P'V lniJIanapolls. : hivnd'omely gotten out book, the f ltli colored lines and the pages I V ana The story Is a pleasant , ' fcr more about "him" than ' w'v r" and tlc vurloty appcara to ; in hc man. for tho clrl 13 of tho L,rv typo. d not worth Eluch- t man parts from hor to attend S yiC.l At SprlnEneld, Illinois, aa 1 ,H au 'Lr .-she- wanted him. Instead, ' 'fher dlnnor party. But ho went ''jJfin, and thero all at onco tho Sffmco question was sprung on ! LS? a suddenness that mado hia : i " by a young woman lawyer ' !, ovho had Indeed Bonse. stylo. 7 lstv Tho younc man became the ' V ;i j of tho measure, but at tho crlt i .tho other "Bhe,, who was In a JJ ie'eiratlon. caupht him and kept , Tlr'S from tho session; so tho suffrage :lae Kn was defeated and tHe young I ItVu ruined as a public character But .Mr 1 tho "sho" ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

24 THE S-AXT IiAKE TRXBTOTE: SmmAY MOROTInG, FEBRUARY 21. 1904. 1 I WHAT SALT LAKE IS DOING TO CAKE FORHOMELESS CHILDREN Three Institutions Backed Up by Charitable Men and Women, and the Grand Work They Are Performing for God's Poor. H: Three charitable associations In Salt H' Lake City In addition to Kcarns St. i.' Ann's Orphanage, whoso splendid work Is well known, mako It their special J- business to care for orphans and needy1 children, providing them with tcmpo rary homes in their own institutions and securing- for them, -when possible, F, permanent homes with respectable Ht families. The institutions, while siral lar In somo respects, arc quite dlffcr ent in others, each having- a special line h of its own and covering ground that Is not covered by either of the others, whilo the three cover quite fully the , field of caring for the dependent llt tlo ones. Ht Thft Orphan's Homo and Day Nur- m eery is all that the name implies, ox--1 cept that it docs not take infants un- dor 2...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

The SALTliAKB Tjribiin-jb: Suotay Mokntg-. Februaut ai, 1904. V 1 , 3 Will; - jgf a Following the beautiful reception at jlnella. Palaco which- closed the pre- ( Lnlen season, a sort o lethargy fell ,pon society which lasted until yester- -5 diy afternoon, when many responded . ilS to the invitations for a tea isr.ued by ( Mrs, Charles A. Walker in honor of ( d; liUs Buford. There were, as always j ("srinf: the Lenten season, a number of . W ry informal events, which will be i rken in greater number as the season ; m 'rc-grces Tomorrow will be milto a tV !i day in the soclay world the un sSsX nirersarv of Washington's birth. Among ! lh events planned are the opening re 44' centlon at "Lingerlonger." the home of Judge and Mrs. O. AV. Powers; the re iJft ftptlon in honor of the Spirit of Liberty tf . Chapter. Daughters of the American i!3 Evolution, given at the home of Mr. ottb ik Mrs F. L. Parker; the dinner by tm yr and Mrs Robert Gould Smith for i!lto ilrr. Jevne; the dance to be ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

V THE SAjLT LiLKE TiOBJKE: STOTDAX MOBNIBfG, FEBRUARY 21, 1904. f I HOW TO WASH AND IRON LACE ! ?NLESS one la expert at lino ' I f laundry work or has an cxpe- IpLS rlenced maid to "do up" the I laces and muslins which are a very Important part of every woman's wardrobe, nowadays the dainty collars and cuffs, fichus nnd undersleeves. are apt to be much the worse not only for wear, but for washing. The difficulty of getting these frills of fashion cleaned except at expensive establishments has resulted in a great number of women becoming their own ' laundresses. t A few instructions may , be of use to those who would like to handle the lace accessories, but arc du bious of their ability as queens of the tub. The dressing of lace is really very easy, like everything else, when ! you know how. Indeed, this branch of i laundry work requires merely delicate J, handling and careful attention to dc ! tails. ; Beforo the washing begins carefully examine the articles to be laundered and, whe...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

jf 'nit: s.i.r i.akh tkiiu-sE! Hrs'i.AY ,.,.,,,.-, , 2.. l l i her home, in compUment Ikr ,,v CUrko of Salt Lake. The ttthbil Insoclal chat and re a Mr- B. W. Matson entertained ;ADi?H. u3lc, capable- floor manogo- a4 Of,!' .Bldid-StlonBliy good programme, If H I ft ?J Molly crowd and an artistically iVe. T ballroom were prominent fca. J Pho old married folks' dance given tu!4; KAnlnn tho amusement hall Ve: ftHhh wird, and was one ot tho . uT; Jtto fhK,,cccsses of tho season. Tho un"s cornpoed almost wholly of Well fcPSole Old-timers shook hands UtuLN" .acquaintance. There was a v ,k 5 Jit throughout tho whole oven- Wi -ji expressed thomsolves as tttS Kanhftd the best time in twenty years rM7v (Cnf Movent was so much appreciated taTWS 4S eo was asked to give an. k """Hm! st Sh So In the future, whore. b?brjJ?1. ?! wm taken and it was unanU I WftTl 6 Am that tho commlttco should ofe'ly enjoyable affair very l u i Prt Mn dances were danced and tho 6nn a 1110 1,our- . , Iti4 t?Sd him a...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 21 February 1904

i ' , ' Tbde Saxt Lake lmsimBrsrarDAT Moknxng-, Feibiiuary 21, 1904B 1 ,i. i . i&T&i Ij j pavilion Monday night In honor of Waah- l1 Incton's Birthday. I Newt Fair, representing tho H. Dln- I 1 v.'oodcv Furnlturo company of Salt LaKe, I i -vvium hero Friday, talking furniture to our i. dealers, fc o I 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Joocph Cownn are down I from Eureka for a visit. I o a f John Provstcaard 13 oat again, after a v.oek'a confinement at homo with la grippe. I t Georno Todd left Friday mornlnp for Salt Lake, where he will upend a visit i , 1 -with his sons. J D. Todd, Instructor of penmanship In the L. D. B. university, f I and John, who la a student at tho Untver- rlty. prior to departing for Mexico, whoro t 1 ho has le-on entrape-d to bo and teach hit) I trade- o collar and HadUlc-inaklntr. Mr. Todd Is an adept at those lines, and his j i crvlccs will provo of fjreat valuo to the I 1 colonics of Moxlco. I i I $ I J I The Payson Silver band was out serc- 9 I I nadlnc the city ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 February 1904

' Z "J -LEATHER TODAY -Bain. aTVI- No. 312. Saj.t Lake City, Utah, Monday MorasoyGr, February 22, 1904, 10 paGES.FivB Cents. H ffceai Highway Off China. Coast to Be iHE 1 1 Vlrr1"'"' H H 44444444444 444 4 -ff Tf1 H tei Scene o Next Big Naval Engagement , I Sen Skilled in the Game of Naval War Look for a Great Battle Between the Fleets of f Czar and Mikado, and Say It Will Occur Somewhere in the Vicinity of Shanghai Following the Smashing of Russian Ships at Port Arthur It Is Re I ported Viceroy Alexieff Shot Down a Young- Lieutenant for Negligence, jjdON, Feb. 21 From a reliable jje the Morning Post's Chofoo cj indent says ho leorns that thousands of Japanese are ad- l,y forced marches from varl- ,s of Korea on the Talu river, f lilt severe fighting: is expected t aispitcli from Paris says the jtditionof the New York Herald $ j dispatch from its St. Petcrs 2 correspondent saying- that it is cad there that in a fight on the titer the Hussions met repulse, iilofs of 2500 killed. No co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 February 1904

H' , 2 TjfflB BAIT IjAJLCE TjRIBTOOSi MOSJAY MOKNUSTGj TTjEBETJAEX 22, 1904. 1;- I! THE LATE SENATOR HANNA AND USS FAMILY. h ffHUIIIHIIHHIUHI IffWft-iilMH 444444 MHHmiMIHH 444444 M M M 4444444444444 1 1 i t lf' ws :; 444444H-r4444444444- ifekE? tfllk rk! i I tr " I ; NEW YORK, Feb. 21 Commander B' Booth-Tucker of the Salvation army, conducted a memorial service today for Senator ISInrcus Hanna in Memorial lia.ll, army headquarters, i Col. Hlgglns read extracts of letters written by Senator Hanna to the army leaders and grave parts of speeches the Senator had delivered at army meet- H' Among the letters read was one to Commander Booth-Tucker on January 4th, In which the Senator expressed the I CONGRESS OF 500 I INDUSTRY CAPTAINS National Association of Manufactur ers ers Will Meet in Indianapolis Hl Today. Hj INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 21. Tho national convention of tho Industrial Association of America will begin Its sessions Iwvo fl (omorrow. Five hundred manufacturers fl and business men ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 February 1904

I 1 IJ I 5511 The Salt Lajcb Teibtjte: Monday Morning, February 22, 1904. 3 jj "Br in AB0Iia: ! ilnCB BRANCH OFFICE. j pOAD MAN. Cadged With. Having- Stolen If" Tiro Suits of Clothing. Inllnrv Feb. "-Policemen Wilson, Chambers have arrested a 'V0 ii jtfcFaddcn for stealing two iSrdoThlns om C. C. Thatcher a SS)-e( elow tcher reported tho Wm&l Police and the officers nicked S IvtphowlSs "hnt the clothing had ijnrf to Sam DroKdomlU. where ITbo Bull Fight. .1.! is In rcadinesH for Che bull , .hi Glenv.-ood ball grounds to ?tlT$t vlcloun animals have been fejPhlch Scnor nobles vrtll on Subdue. A bis parade will drt fasud'oos of the fair sex. m Briefs. Tom's Cabin" comes to tho AT loalsht . . i r Broun has opened a drug , fhS'Bltman block, 2201 Washing- v ladies. Sheriff of Uinta county. In the city hist night on f.'nl of Mr. Patterson was held iS&v rcHldciico. K2 First street. ' fijy afternoon X. Florence. Roberts will be seen at Oncra-houso In a return cn ' S o" tho evenings of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 22 February 1904

Hi H 4 TiE SaIIIaI EaajnGS Februaby 22, 1904. Ieaued Every Morninjj by , Sail Lako Tribune Publishing Company. J . PERRY S. HEATH, ij Publisher and General Manager, I Entered nt tho Po3toffice of Salt Lake, J City ao oecond-claaa matter. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. , Dally and Sunday Tribune, ono weak.? .25 I pally and Sunday, ono month l.W, Dally and Sunday, two months 2.00 Dally nnd Sunday, three montho .... 3,00 : Dally and Sunday, ono year 12.M ' Sunday Trlbuno, ono year -w I Sunday Tribune, alx months Jw '. Seml-Wcekly Trlbuno. ono yoar 1.60 ) ( All remittances and business letter . i nhould bo addressed to j TRIBUNE! PUBLISHING COMPANY, ; I Salt Lako City, Utah. . I S. C. Beckwlth, Special Agoncy, Solo J Eastern Advertising- Agent. Kaatorn of- 1 jlco, 43--4M7-S19 Trlbuno Building. Now, ! York. "Western office, 610-G12 Tribun f Building-, Chicago. , j Washington Bureau 1417 Q Street. ' I Tribune Telophono Numbers. j Bu6lneea Offlco ..S&O City Editor 2S4 3 Ring J1 News and Night ...

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