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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 February 1904

! XgE SALT IAXE TBIBTOTB: SATURDAY MOKNXNG, FEBKUART 27, 1904. CLASSIFIED ADS ... J ON PAGE 12 1 4KALEEAL ESTATE. ItJgER CO.. TO WEST 2ND MAP BUILDING LOTS. fiL JTH EAST AND CTH SOUTH 'SIEffO CAB LLVES. ELEC. LIGHTS, JgK-ATER. 35 BY 6 RDS' m W- BALANCE ON TERMS DE- lttAT 7 PER CENT; ?2C0. jaSlL hv 6 rods, $75 cash, bailee " af'ff dJred at 7 per cent; ?22o. 'Jl'fei ? I'JO cash, balance on terms SB-fit 7 per cent; KOfc fc ft corner. J175 cash, balance on Jwift'tsircd at 7 per cent. ,W. 1 MONEY TO LOAN jV REPAYABLE fsaUib MONTHLY PAYMENTS. 1 H(jiES BUILT TO SUIT. I; axd SPECIFICATIONS FUR 4 f NISHED. j THE STRINGER CO.. J I ; 3 WEST 2ND SOUTH ST. slSSl 1) : ' ij j' OAKLEY i , up faster than any other part I Jdtr BulUine restriction: No house 5i lea 'than SiCOO. You will bo sur iL'you will go and look at "Oakley" Inch bargains for the same money In 1 tier part of the city. "Why pay JCW I fiidldlae lot East when you can buy ' tsrood a lot for JTOO same distance f Ground Is high, car serv...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 27 February 1904

IIS THE SAJr IjAKE TRIBTOOTr BATUKDAY MOBOTSTG,' 3TEBRUAJIT 27, 1904. W' UMBRELLAS UP TODAY I Tho fair wcnther on ycntorda Lt. aooord- f Jne to Local Forecaster Hyatt to Rlvo way I today lo rnln or snow. I &Mm$' Whether tho storm. i I S&V&k if snow, will bo or i ! ' .S33 l)jlzzard vHrlcty. or. 1 i "&w$ if rain. o the tlelugo ! 1 1 tiV$&4& character, la not I I i i known. Tlio signal E 1 LfS ;Gag simply announc MKmRlT JK "rain or snow." f .Yostorthuy was iui $TO'v3' ! other Ideal day and . fettF'TOW"! imado glad the lioarta S T5 J't of tlio retail mer- jSt ' chants, a3 the ladles P TaC: avorc out in groat ( tmirnbors. The maximum tern pcraturo was I YX degrees; minimum, 41 degrees. i At other DcJiits tho recorxl was: Max. Miru HP driver , Cl0?r" I Grand Junction Pt Cloudy...' Helena So:ir"o l III PooatoUo Clear.. III tModena, Pt. Cloudy.. l 3) CWlnccmuccn. Clear. II CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD Mrs. Janet GorUnos died at Wt Jor i dan -Wednesday. aged 95 yoars. She wi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

ii , lW Ij l1 44 Z5 1 T ti T) li Mt),ntMMUrnMMn j. I f J V t V WEATHER T02AT jffnir. j SXIjVI. No. 318. Salt Lakb City, Ut-ahTstostday MomsnEyg. Februaut 28. 1904. 32 phges..:fiv:e Oettts. ' I 8oops of Czar and Warrior Legions of the Mikado Nearing Each II Other in Korea, and Must Soon Meet for the First Try-Out--Dis-M patches From Moscow Tell of Movements of Russian Hosts and 3 Indirectly Indicate That Conflict Is Imminent--Viceroy Alexieff if Sends in a New Version of the Latest Fight at Port Arthur. jjjjjpjT, Feb. 27. Cablo advices last night and this morning telling o 'rerosnt of Russian and Japanese land forces leads to a belief that an icnt can bo looked for almost any day. Yesterday's dispatches an !rf that the Japanese forces were massing in the vicinity o Plngyang tjt parties of Russian and Jap scouts had come -within stent of each i n0 cifl5h had occurred. It is assumed from the dispatches that tho Pf wmewbore in the vicinity of Plngyang will be the theater of the first I ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

HHBBBB H- :WT mm 1 2 " The Salt Iaxe Tbibtood: Sunday M6i?2njsTG, February 28, l9oi. 1 I EXPERT FIGURES ON NEW PENSION BILL jj It Will Require Millions of Dollars to Carry Out jlj Provisions of the Senate Measure-Fire Stamps j I to Help Baltimore Fire Sufferers K (Special to The Tribune.) " ' r - (By A,' F. Philips.) " II WASHINGTON', D. C, Feb. 27. Bun- i yan'n "Pilgrims' Progress" suffered a. ; ' setback during the recent sleet storm' I and " came to grief In the Capitol j grounds. It sleeted all night In Wash- 1 Ington. and in the morning the hill I crowned by the Capitol was as smooth as glass. Staid Senators and Reprc- sentatives toolc the yellow cars, for no S one could -walk up the hill. 1 Shortly after 10 o'clock the big- auto jj used by the Congressional library started down town to deliver books and jj! return with mail. The auto is a hand- . some one, and in fact is regarded as ! the handsomest one in Washington. 3 From the Congressional library to a tho hill proper the d...

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

T mmmmmmmmmmwwwwwwwwwwwWM THE SAliT liAJEE TBIBtrgTE: Stotday MoTrnme-, February 28, 1904. 3 'H fjUROBS IN THE ROSE CASE MM Ig&ic-d Talesmen Examined, tMjr,c,m Three Accepted Jurors , j Are Lacking. S , jurors were secured in the Is murder trial yesterday. iTo' -tho twelve mcn wh0 W,U fB evidence in this sensational tTUieBlven In charge of the 'hen adjournment was taken . r noon. The two last jurors f J H. Garrett and Hyruin ? ,n It required the examlna 'rHv foui- talesmen to Fccure 1 SVKvery respect satlsfnc jfboth the defense and the prosc- , was begun in the District Tuesday morning and nearly 'have been subpoenaed ami cx ?jh.rfne the past live days In ob ihSurUis of a jury An Si venire of scventy-flvo ' iEf ordered drawn by Judge ?.3it is believed that the rc Lfirce Jurors needed will be ffmm that number. The venire finable at 10 o'clock tomor " ,J it the jurv s completed SS!fftaWni of testimony will bo rvrnnday afternoon. f. th talosmcn examined yester & Henry Tribe, on...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

f 4 TBGE S.AXT TiAXK JDKIBtlNrE: SUNDAY MOROTsrGs FEBRUARY 28, 19.04. Jfe HJ . I , REV. BENJAMIN YOUNG Kjl Benjamin Young-, New Pastor of the First Hethodist Church. IS I Row Benjamin Young1, tho newly-elected ! ! pastor or the First Methodist church, will I occupy his pulpit both at tho morning: nnd evening: services today. No doubt ho will bo greeted by largo congregations, and ' ; "lll And a warm welcome for himself and ' family among tho Mothodlst people of t Salt Lake. Mr. Young and family arrived from Denver on Thursday and aro at homo for tho present at tho former homo of Rev. ! ! JV C. Blckel, No. 4-17 Third East, i j , Rev. Benjamin Young took chargo of tho t Asbury church In Denver Uireo years ago. k Prior to that timo ho had spent many J yoars as a clergyman in Wyoming, going ; from tho First M. E. church of Choyennc. i He also had congregations at Rock 1 Springs and Sheridan. Rev. Mr. Young preached tho funeral Bonn on over tho body of Willie Nlckoll, for whoso murdor To...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

Jj THE 8A1F 3LtAKE TTJBTOOh SUiNDAY MomsTTG, FEBRTTAHY 28, 1904. 5 I " Jof the jtf $ 0b$... Er inall parls of th& country Fm rest of the marriage of K'Susia Lowe, for four Ht of tho General Federa club, and George iSWl of Gunton's magazine. iUice I" drawing-room f.Steof the Piedmont hotel, ndar, February 14th. Piston of the Unitarian timed tllc ccremony' Qnd American Beauty profusion- in the deco Ifollosving tho ceremony, Uce at 10 o'clock, an clnbo fp hroakfast was scrveu. Gunton left Immediately SKn, D C. where they mainder of the winter. s S culmination of a ?g n Los Angeles at the Snlal meeting of the Gen- Women's c ub?. Mrs. S tie Set side of life, ?Wed Southern woman, hiffider in the social world & the past Uilrty years. though an Englishman Im lived in this country for 2 1 He is president of the ?wlal Economics of Wash i Vttr York, and as a mem aMutlve committee of the nric federation ho has acted Pin twenty-three strikes. Suiting capacity In affairs 'political eolenc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

Uf1 6 The 8.AXT XlAKE Trtbtoos: Sunday Moknctg, February 28, 1904. J I IN THE WORLD OF SPORT IS OVERHAULING THE I FOOTBALL RULES F: ' Given Out That tlio Committeo Will j ; Make Some Bod teal Changes in h ; 1 Last Tear's Rule3. : j Through unofficial sources It has ooen K learned that tho football rules of 1003 rl j are to receive a thorough overhauling i 1 when tho Intercollegiate rules cqmmlt- 3 toe meets next spring. The rules of tho j J past season wcro altogether too con- j fusing and tho Reason was no sooner j I j over than tho committeo men set to j j work to amond tho code. j Tho proposed amendments for 1304 !f 1 will provide rulos applying to open play on the whole field, not as in 1905, i 1 when the rules differed within the 25- yard lines, and outsido the 25-yard and S goal lines. I Early last year a widespread public J sentiment was advanced In favor of tho rules permitting two styles of play on "j! tho same Held, but after a fair trial the ;j new rules did not meet with...

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

,lj The Sait Lake TKDinsrE: Sundat Hoknto, Februahy 28. 19Q4. 7 , I mjp iimlin on top j$9n Baseball General Will rf Manage the Elders. P'loSEN BY UNANIMOUS VOTE JLs C. Loary and Jehn s- P !ir,,eh,ow E,8cted B,ractrs" L jBLgetio Steps Will Now Be Taken. Ksecnro a Strong Team Before I Jj Opening of the Season. I, meeting of the directors of the H j.bsseball association, held yestcr- H' tftemoon, "Father" Glmlln of Og- H Lw' unanimously elected manager SI becoming year. All contracts with J. 3 ttva already been duly executed Jjj ta vrlll bo down from the junction m fcfcout April 1st to take chargo of I H jn in person. However, this does I aeJll that he will be Idle until that V 1 'f but will Immediately start out In m Jib of the best men possible. That I -Old Man" will get together a good ' 3 s certain and, If he does as he i hitherto, ho will have a winning 5 joTfever, this will be a difficult task, 1 te has to compete with three of j best veteran managers that "have a been known In t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

8 The 8.AXIiAJOi'TRiBTOoi: Sunday Moitfaprek February 2S, 1904. I I OGDEN 1 TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, I 1 ' 1 H WoshlDfon Ave.. Telephone HI 1 Ifi SOUTHERN PACIFIC j BOILER MAKERS OUT ' Tailing to Receive Increased Wage- Scale, Men Strike May Affect I Entire S. P. System. , (Special to Tho Tribune.) a I OGDEN, Feb. 27. A Btrlko that- will ( , lead to serious troublo between the South "J ern Pacific ana tho various railway or- canlzations was inaugurated hero tonight, jl when tho. night shift of boiler-makers in j! "tho Southern Pacific shops failed to ro ll jjort for duty. Tho Btrlko will . affect between thlrty- 1 flvo and forty men'. in Ogdcn and will provo ! o. serious hindrance ' to tho railroad com- pany in operating its trains. Tho shops l here havo beon working' day nnd night ( ahift3 in order to keep tho rolling stock a In repair and oven at that aro far behind K in their worlc Tho demand of the bollcr- "i makers was mado sonio tlmo ago, but was j' rojeotod by tho company. Acco...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

iUT H6W ABOUT iRUIN ? i ANGELES- Wa5h- Fcb- , Mlllrca that tho report re- ffflKirr at Soluduck Hot MicnUrtJly without foun- Yon Sohls3cr arrived at 'SSresccAt today, allvo and wclL iftipw" rolloblo report was .Monday that Bacon ftflKosser, a German nobleman, 31 n WUod during a ficht with dm Solduck. It was also Wr! that Von Schlossor, had. -f fl artlJa pwson drawn on 2sTow BtcUcaco and Portland, Or., Ml for sum cocdSncly 1C0'" JI -f Tf j DARKENBALKANS J yitinued From Pago 1.) 'I in the matter, while its fairness & - already established. 3 titration or tho other su Gr id nceiocnts for a peaceful set si! Jthe threatened trouble fall, a revolution seems inevitable, S -ftaldl is already secretly pre ffi fbody of volunteers, each mcm ffl fWch wlU 110 c?ulPPei with (5) rounds of cartridges and a month. Garibaldi was of- il Altera! direction of the Maco- W. flavcrnmenl, but refused on tho U ijit he thought it better to 13? L. leadership to some man di- J uerwted in Macedonia, as that 1...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

10 The Salt Latt-b; trebtote: Sunday MOkning-, bbextaet 28. 1904. Kn OOTLET FOR UTAH IRON ; Colorado Company Has As surance of Road. H'i THE NEWS FROM NEW YORK Activity at the Deposits Is Ac- counted for.' Fuel & Iron Company to Draw on Them, for Its Needs American tHl Be a Customer. 1 A New York letter, over which local j interests In Iron Mountain, Iron coun- wJ ty, are rejoicing, says the Colorado Hfii Fuel & Iron company, by which so much of the Iron of that region has been acaulred, -has positlvo assurance B- that It shall, the present year, be pro- vided with all-rail facilities for the H moving of its irons from camp to its H ''urn ace s at Pueblo, and that it is upon this assurance that a hundred miners Kj' or more have been employed during the winter. From what source the assur K) nncc comes Is not mentioned in the cor- Bj ( respondence and the matter Is, of I course, left entirely to conjecture. It implies nothing other, however, than Ji an extension by one of the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

8 BBBjjBHHBHBHBBBBH Ji Xto 8AUS XiAJQ TRIBUTE: STOTDAT MORSrOsTGt FEBRUARY 28, 1904:. ' XI 0 WEEK ON ILL STREET BOURSE f t week Marked by Extreme ; jusumo and Forecast 0f Better Days. Feb. 27. Today's stock T, Smost Idlo and the drift of uuess in the extreme and to ?Jmcar.t. Yesterday's set-back -Sblch occurred on Thursday 2ie trader, from attempting and today's traainc Indl L the market Is awaiting some yt t to Kive an lnltiaUvo to 2 St Umt another decision .t ainremo court Is imminent. lte, r'JnP in , tho Northern Securl i'S,,'?o b Handed down, ag uness. Tho beginning of jtho auune ettlement is an- a waiting attitude In tho -nrXot Tho Lbndon market e,S stagnant in response to TC Pennsylvania's responso ici" report was an advance of fAine closed unchanged In .rtavy decrease in tV net ! January The bank state- 1 (Ej ? larger gain in cash than fif the preliminary estimates. sentiment would bo more ere there evidence of a more t(i!r money in business. Tho was not clearly cx 8 .JS bv a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

Hf' 13 The Salt Tmtctc TiuBTOnE: Sunday MoiWntg, Febritajeiy 28, 1904. f H Issued Every Moraine by Hrf ; Salt Lake Trlbuno Publishing Company. ' PERRY S. HEATH, lii Publlohor nnd General MjnaaffrT nv ji Entered at tho Pcstdfrteo of Salt Lako, 1 City a&' Bejond-clasa matter. Hj j TERM'S OF SUBSCRIPTION. y 1 Dally and Sunday Tribune, one weak. .25 Dally and Sunday, ono month l.w , ' Dally and Sunday, two months z.w Dally ana Sunday, three months .... .w 1 Dally and Sunday, ono year "-w . Sunday Tribune, ono year -w Sunday Trlbuno. six months .... " SaniFfrMkly Tribune, one year ,l All remittances and business letters I should be addressed to H'lf TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, H" Salt Lako City. Utah. j B. a Beckwlth, Spoclal Agenc. sola ij Eastorn Advorllnlrur Asont. Eastern oi- nc, --4S-47-4S-19 Tribune Bn&K York. Western office, D10-512 Triuuno F- Bulldlns, Chicago. . M . 1 ' .Washington Bureau 1417 G Street. H'll Tribune Telephone Numbers. f: vlnEditorfflce :':::::::::::::::8...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

Jl rFJm SAXiT IxAKE TRIBITNTB.- SUyr MORNBTG, FEBRUARY 28, 1904. 13 B fjorial Story- of Men, Ships and Territory ..in the Rosso -Japanese War II SHIPS HIT BY JAPS jjCE OPENING OF WAR (jp Retvlzan. jCesarevitch & Poltava, r'SpvUt fKorictz. T wo naval vcsselo wcro it Chemulpo. The others iiUy disabled during tho pjaent at Port- Arthur. jftfcandSth. (j naval losses tho J aps -f- sed was four out-of-dato -f Jt1b. with which tho jlHed to bottle up tho cn- ithe harbor of Port Arthur jrn of February 25th. :f-H. fSOU JAPAN'S SIJNXEN HULKS LAND i Feb. 27. Several Japanese sailors who landed hero ju boat early today refused f formation as to whero Esia. At the Japanese con atfven out that they belong Brtlch was damaged dur Hc3 Port Arthur and which f to reach this port cut that they were mem t crews of the merchant ck near the entrance of b for the purpose of block list they were not picked up boats In company, was IM. They crossed the gulf Vat In which they arrived. Sld3lmcd that he had ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

I Do You Want RESULTS? Of Course You uo. Tnat Being She Case, Tell Your Wants to the Pefj I FAIR WEATHER COMING III h " ' After dodging around in tho mountains h , ' of Colorado and Novada. for Bcverol days, i . "Jack Frost," -who ' , -vvaa duo to visit Salt Lako City a fow days ago, arrived L I yesterday afternoon, t , Tho first placo vlslt- l Im. m iid was tho offlco of NBflf Forccastor Hyatt, his JBrMtKr prosenco being an- ; pk1 .llOEMMU , riounced by tho Ben- j . X"Br eltivo "Mercury. l MiVl who took . tumble I X WwSSk and fall. When "Mr. " ftflESL d-'rout" reappeared on A on tho Btrcet ho was i jI Gk. accompanied b y J ifh T'lirff"'"" and "Bno'" 5 Tho trio thought thoy would bo out of ,J town by this morning, aa thoy understood : Mr. "Fair Weather" was to bo hero, and thoy did not care to meet him. s Tho maximum tomporaturo In this city Jjl yesterday was 68 degToea; minimum, 3-1 iji degrees. At other point tho readings J Wrn: Max. ion. j Denver ....... Ptly CIdy....70 S2 J Gran...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

1 w 1CHE' SAIr 3LAKE TEULBTINEr- JDAY MOBlTOfG FEBKTJABY 28, 1904. 15 ilhe Classified Ad Pages of THE TRIBUNE and You Get RESULTS. They Speak to and for THOUSANDS f -1 1 "AnrB -SIT. MORTAII ll'i50 Hi void a special meeting to- 51 ARJ u Masonic hall first Tucs !B1wa' .,,.h month. Members of !B.r5cSS adjourning brcth- .fifei?iN-K P SHERWOOD. W. M. m-n1F9- 3ccrotary- ; llXjfuonle hall BCj"u i0(iBes and so in standing in ISW brethren in K0WN, w. M. JjJ1, TmVEjSccrcUry. JHEonlc hall necon d and so Mfmbera of : slBjaI0fcndlns ln lillESs tiWFS H BROWN. W. M. 5i5Std8 p S All nobles sojuorn- ,pbTlt:d'C F JENNTNGS. Potentate. j. Irmi reorder. wSToTHB WORLD. I SfeER Consul eWan. Clerk- MATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA. JJ. HESS, Secretary. J ODD FELLOWS. SoQUIRRH ENCAMPMENT NO. 1. fcjf ffhd fourth Tuesdays. 8 p.m. I. O. .T. ttmple. tU RAH LODGE NO. 1. EVERY gj r. S P. m .. I. O O- F- tcmrile- TLAKE NO. 2. EVERY FRIDAY. jig go, &t I. O- O F temPle- JORDAN LODGE NO 3 EVERY MON j g, l p. in.. I O O-...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

Eft 16 fcfi BAifi Jjakb Tmmm&t BvmAY JbmrGi-. Fbbetjt 28, 1904. i i - ' ' i - - 'W ik I ; TRADE HOLDS ITS OWN w I February Closing With Lead J Over Last Year, p. . !j: BANK CLEARINGS INCREASE ii .Merchants Foal Certain -of Big j Spring Trade. 2 inning Camps Aro All Prosperous, S ,: Paying; All Bills Promptly a, Farmers Are Slow. Business of lb past week held tlw gain JlljJ "Jsrhlch tho flrst threo weeks o Fobruary ji , jcado over tho corresponding' period of T last year. Retail trado has boon picking 1 ' up gradually and wholesalers report con- Jr i Xlnually Increasing orders. Collections Mfj 1 fer uniformly good, notwithstanding tho fact that In eomo of tho agricultural dls- HJ Jtrlcta farmora complain of a scarcity of Hj jrady money on account of tho poor rnox Itet for feeding cattle. That tho mining Htf i Icamps aro proRperous Is shown by their Hm 1 liberal buying In all line of supplies, os Htj wall as tho promptness with which bills Hi ere mot. Hu J Tn real estate- thcro Is...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

. 1 The SaufHake Teebukbs Stinday Morning-. February 28f 1904. 17 LhWlnrplacc on tho m0Un" S I watch all day the Camp- SSninc afout 111 t,,e VUlcy fftr S busy ants, and climbing the h every direction to beat tlie " Bctimes a puff of smoke, fol 1w a- rePrt' ,lashC(1 a sifi:"al 5" . U's m0,llh 10 lhe ther -Sid 2 : den. Om-o ft straggling, red J?iijE gillie passed closo enough to my hiding-place for mo to shoot him hand ily. At first I thought they were on the hunt for fugitives from the battle; but if so, their actions were most strange, for everywhere they shouted and fired guns continually as they ran about like chickens with thrawn necks. It was more as if they had lost one, nnd were letting him know of their presence. Once it struck mp that It might be I they were after, but if so. their oner- I g1C3 were misdirected, and they might tuke my word for it that death on the , barren hillside was to bo chosen a thou- I Band times boforu the tender mercies of the Sonn of Diarmald. It wo...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 28 February 1904

I Ij There were but two largo events dur- ; ing the week just passed. The reception i of Monday evening: at the elegant new home oC Judge and Mrs. O. W. Powers ' 1 and the dancing party at the University ' Friday night, when members of the A, J S F. fraternity were the hosts. Each day J ' was marked by the small and informal ' ' events which are always so pleasant, and which constitute in great measure ! the social life at Lenten time. The de parture of the troops was another- event j ; of Importance, as it marked' the, leaving I of a number of ofilcers and ladies who have been most popular during their stay at the post, and their going was a source of keen regret. Many theater parties were seen at "The Chinese Hon eymoon" and for Florence Roberts, in formal dinners preceding several. The chief event of the coming week In the I - social world will be the marriage of Miss June Mclntyre and Fred C. Dern, I : which takes place on Tuesday evening. I ' Mrs. James Chambers Dick Is to be m...

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