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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

The Sait:Lake TRTBxjmz-. Sunday Moknikx3-9 Mauch 6, 1904. 17 IH RICHFIELD, March 2. Please tell H N me Jn next Sunday's Question and An- H swer column who Is the chief engineer K' I of the San Pedro road? A Reader. H H. Hawgood, 328 Broadway building, H Los Angeles, Cal. H e o BINGHAM JUNCTION, March 2 Hj Kindly answer In Sunday's paper: A H person lias been a citizen of Utah for a I j number of year?, and moves to another county in the State. How long must they reside In that county before they can bring: divorce proceedings? Sub jH t ( Bcrlber. CH One year. qHT' i lH PLEASANT GROVE, Utah. -March 1. m , Will you kindly answer the following H . questions In your columns of Questions KH j and Answers, to wit: 1. Please fully ex HKJ plain the word Fahrenheat. 2. The IH; 1 word Centigrade. A Subscriber and a SKi Header of Your Paper, and a Pupil of SJHr 1 the District School. In 1. Fahrenheit is a name: Gabriel D. f, Fahrenheit first introduced the use of p mercury in thermometers, and...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

l - is . Tbce Salt iAjo: riming i jl I; The brilliant Mclntyre-Dcrn wedding of Tuesday evening, the lnroiu.u.. ceptlon by Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes on I Friday afternoon and the Blauvelt con cert on Thursday evening, which wau a social as well as musical event, served to break the monotony of the Lenten season, which has settled upon society In earnest. There was even a dearth of smaller events which often brighten the dull weeks of Lent, and society Ib I experiencing a decided lull. Little Is promised for the coming week; in fact, not much will be doing until after East ' en One continues to hear rumors of engagements and early weddings, and a number of Salt Lake's fair daughters 1 are to be brides of the spring and early summer. II Drehmer-Bower Nuptials. The marriage of Miss Pearl Drehmor and Dr. A. S. Bower, which was sol- emnized yesterday morning at the honje i of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mr3. J. Wilhart, will be a great surprise to their many Salt Lake friends. The marriage ce...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Tribune, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

lif ,i The Salt Tiattw Tbibtote: Scgtoat MoiomsG-, MiLKCK 6, 1904 i IB I! i Jj 1cn. Miss Giles has accepted a poslUon t In the millinery establishment of Airs. ! jp Lynn of that city. I (. Miss Thomas, daughter of Postmaster I Z"', Thomas of Salt Lake, who has been vlslt- Ing for some time with Miss Kitty Dougall 1 of Sprlngvlllo, came over to visit tho V, Brigham Young university on Monday lost, ... i About fifty couples enjoyed tho grand ball given In the Mozart hall Tuesday, evening by xhe Elks. I Mr. and Mi's. J. J. Craner of Col ton arc visiting relatives and friends In this city ! this week. B. W. Drlggs of Pleaeant Grovo was In this city Monday. j ) Rev. and Mrs. Amos "Weaver of the Bap- I list church left Monday for Tobias, Neb., I their former home. J ' , J. L. Ewing of tho NephI Record was a Trovo visitor Monday. II " a The golden wedding of Benjamin and , t Alary Allen Cluff was celebrated at their rc I homo on the corner of Eighth North and H First East Sunday evening. T...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

I 20 The SAit Lake TuiBimB: Stinday Moi&mro, Maiich 6, 1904. x "j II W, French, J. B. Wildo, Carl Allison, AV. I M. Boydcn. A. D. Whcaaon; Mesdnmcs 1 R F Northcott. J. A. Smith, John Paw las, AV. AAr. Cluff; Misses Annlo Carruth, 1 Mattlo Cattery; Messrs. E. AV. Hose. A. D. I1 Knowlton. q o Engineer E. L. - Bonton 1ms completed ! Ills surveying1 work, on the reservoir Mto near Echo and loft for his homo In Salt Lako City. Carl Allison wont to Ogdcn Tuesday on business. I ' W. W. Cluff returned from Salt Lake City Thursday. E. L Benson camo up from Ogden on i a visit last Friday. I I Miss Maud Carruth was a passenger to Park. City Tuesday. W. H. Bonnett and wife of Hcncfer wcro up on business Monday. Gcorgo Williams camo In from Evanson Tuesday on- a short visit. Mrs. J. II.' Ball was visiting relatives In Park Cltv tho flint of tho week. County Assessor Martin camo down from tho Park on business lost Saturday. K. AV. Hogg was hero sovoral days last week In tho Interest of tho I....

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

Hi P H , ' The Salt t.a-r-k Tbxbtote: Sunday Mojgsttsg, JiIarch 6. 1904. ' 21 1 IM I j co-s'S hal1' Qnd 'as a dcc,tlctl social suc- f ! JV. . Uarmer underwent a dcll- V ' r ojwatlon at the Sprlngvillo hospital M Tuesday. She Is Retting along nicely. 1 V . - The Bonneville class gave a nice chler- talnmcnl at tlio Washington school last Friday evening. A fine programme was Ml ' given. H 00 Roy Curtis of the city and Miss Eva ' I ' ' ' ' Photo by tho Johnson Co. i Miss Geneve Horlick, One of the Most Popular Girls of Hor Set. flHf Channel of Grcanwald, In., were married DH I hero Wednesday by Bishop Anderson. Tho j ceremony was performed at the homo of 'flHI I tho groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi flK tHr tL. D. Deal, of the firm of Deal Bros. & I Iflendenhall. returned ihls -week from a jf shc-Ftrip California. 1 1 & fcft Special to Tho Tribune. S tm MT" PLEASANT, March C Mr. and V imf Henry Erocksen gnvo a dinner party to . fll a. few friends Sunday evening. A bounte- Wf ou...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

SOME LEAP YEAR. POSSIBILITIES FOR. MEN, WOMEN AND NATIONS. I.LENTEN GAYETIES IN WASHINGTON f The Hawaiian Princess and the Sensation She Creates The Record-Breaking Dinner Given by Senator Warren. Trlbuno Special Correspondence. WASHINGTON. March 5. A star feature of socialdbm In Washington Is a gonulnc and unabridged princess. There's a prince belonging to her, too, to complete the set, a prince who looks fl the part as well, every swarthy hand- some inch of him. But the princess Is the dominating spectacle. They are the Kalanlanaoles, this imposing royal pair, and they hall from far-off Hawaii, . that langurous land of velvet vowels. " They are a most unique and: Interesting ' couple, the Prince and Princess- of Hj Kalanianaole, for all they are such a H. mouthful to pronounce. The Prince it H' J Congressional delegate from the district Hj of Honolulu. His common or garden H, name is 'Cupid." Prince "Cupid" Js a H ; charactor. Hi ; "Does ho speak good English, this H: dusky repres...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

If fiM mm i the siLLT kauta TBUBUNBi Sunday MoitNisra, jSIauch 6, lyc .23 i I' M H M M H M H M H M t M H m it M M t t t t -H- t M M H H H M M t H I M M M t M M Ml H M U t M H H M H M M I H M M i M M M M M t H H H M H H I I 1,1 M it M It ( I t M I It I t M H HH f 'I ( luf Some of the Mormon Apostles and Other fjt .1 i j 1 (fo) ! . ' Notables Who Figure In the Smoot Trial po) 11 I President Smith, Head of the Church, Has Astounded the World by Admissions Made Before the Senate ) Committee and Has Let the Public See What Has , Heretofore Been a Sealed Book. I! I A LITTLE less than two years ago cV v Senator Reed Smoot made public p . Ij announcement that he was desirous of I , becoming a United States Senator. The I : l statement was made at a meeting' of t- the Ladles' Republican club of Provo f,; ' May 14, 1002, and In the brief remarks p j In which he announced his candidacy, ' Apostle Smoot said that while he had N ' f been criticised for his political ambl- tions, he was a Republi...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

B 24 t The Salt Tribune? sxjijdat Mokjqsg, Mjlrch 6, 1904. jfl B BBW I lllwaililinllBBaIOM ' 1 i - 1 1 ----- n-. THIS WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS ; Salt Lake Theater "The Devil's Auc- l tlon." Monday night: The Bostoniam In H "Robin Hood" "Wednesday and Satur- day nights, "The Serenade" Thursday M jilght and Saturday afternoon; The B Queen of Laughter," Friday night. I, Grand Theater "Sandy Bottom. Mondays Tuesday and AVcdneaday eights ancJ "Wednesday afternoon; 'Clr- cumstantlal Evidence." Thursday, Frl- fl day and Saturday nights and Saturday H afternoon. Charles IT. Yale brings his "Everlast- . lng Devil's Auction." now on Its twon- ifty-secoud tour, to the Salt Lake Tho- avter Monday night. He announces two H 3iew specialty features which he says M nxc especially good. One Is furnished P by the four Salamonskya Russian gro- ' tesques who combine' gymnastic feats 'rwlth a series of ludicrous pantomimic ''fooleries' Tho principal vaudeville Hf feature, however, Is tho Onri family, a f iban...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

mmw 1 f THE SAIr IAKE TBIBUNE: StDSTDAY MOItNXN" MARCH G, 190dL 25 W I ' J -fc-H--4-Ht MMHM f 4-hH-H-t-H-4 4 HI H II I H H Mil IH H HI HI I 1-KHtH (I It ll II L WHERE HARMONY IS LAW. f Hh(l T . A i i i i ,,. i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i .... i i i i i i i iiiiiiiiiiiBtiiiA--'j-'''' i i i i . i i i T A 3" t-frp T t r t T TT tt t" tttTTTT 1 V In music circles the chief event oC In- ( tercst during- the week just past -was I tho appearance o Mme. Lillian I31au- l velt at the First Congregational church b tinder the auspices of the Philharmonic I Guaranteeing association. Much had hc-cn heard in praise of the alngcr be fore her coming, but that sho fultlllcd i the anticipations of all way evident from the very enthusiastic manner In i (Which her numbers were received, and ine repeated demands for encores. Not that Salt Lakers are not phen to de manding encores, but it Is not often j that ono singer or one musician occu- "" pics an entire evening; and when he or she doeu and is recalled...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

26 TpCE 8-AXiT TjAKK TBIBTJOTS. SXHSTDAY MOROTjG, iSlAIiCH 6, 1904. tf ISHM I'lWi 1 I liiyWilWlMiHiii ft M . fli H: ' The Famous Women's Lettor Tariff. H A current publication devoted to the I Interests of books and autograph let I ter collectors contains a list of "fa ll mous .women" and the prices of their fll ' lattery. There are forty-five of them fll altogether, and the prices range from 23 cents to $5. The 2G-ccnt letters are - those of Llllle Devercux Blake, lcctur . er; Elizabeth M. Brackett, lecturer; j Helen Douglass, daughter of Frederick II Douglass; Mary Purke Foster, wife of HI John TV. Foster; Letltla B. Hart, artist; H and Josephine S. Lowell," prison- re HI former. There Is but one woman In H the $5 list Belva A. Lockwood, but Belva ran for the Presidency once, and thlR 55 document 13 her letter to the J, chairman of the equal rights party, ac IJ ccptlng the nomination, sixteen years HI ago. Presidents' wives' letters vary in I value. Mrs. Cleveland's Is $2; Mary H ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

f 15ece Salt Jj&ke TniBiifrB: Sundat Mori.ven'g-. jSIakch (5, 1904. 27 ir i 1 i 1 1 J AMERICAN ARTISTS i I IN PARIS. I K Trlbuno Special Correspondence. H 7 RUE BELLONI. Paris, Fob. , The J; exhibition, now being held at the A. A. A., the American club, Is, ns several of Us papers have said, the best ever held by tho club. The policy of the club has been one of advancement or progress i j the last few years. ISver since it moved I from the old quarters on the Qual de H I Conte, in the old building: In which at Jl one time Napoleon lived, It has been a H live club. The policy all through the club has been one of up-to-dateness, so ) necessarily he shows have profited by B(f jj It. The show, aside from its merit, is R Interesting as showing the work of the n younger Americans In Paris. You might say of the show as a whole that Ej i a it shows a tendency to delicate color I harmonics and the nicer side of things Vii j Mr. Frescke, Mr. Aid and Mr. Miller all I Hp : show theso tenden...

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

28" The Saxf LiAiaz Trxbttke: Sunday MomsmrG-, Mrce 6, 1904. ffl I & 4- 9 '9 'H I Written for I A ITA J 7 $ By fjH i "irrr;:, I Ai experiment in Burglary f I II put asido my morning paper as the j breakfast bell rang. i "Well, dour, what is the news?" In quired my wife w'iicn wc were seated at table. "Nothing very startling." I replied, "except that' the burglars were at It again last night; the police think they are sa organized gang, and not local thieves." "I think, my dear," I continued, "that we had better put our silver in a safe deposit until those fellows let up, for it seems that they aro too much for the authorities; I shonlrl not like to lose It, and tho fact that we have quite a templing lot was Trail advertised in the society columns at- the time of our mar riage. "Nonsense, Gooivcj" replied my wife, who Is not easily alarmed. "Do 'you suppose those men ever read- of what Is going on in, society? At any rate, no one could enter our house in the night without arousin...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

The salt Lake "rsnxmnsi Sunday Moesetg, Mjuroh 6. 1904. 29 ' Ij BY ARTHUR W. DTJNN. i "WASHINGTON, March 5. John F. f IShafrotb., who left the House of Rcpre I sentativcs In such a dramatic manner, M and voluntarily gave up his seat when -JJ convinced that the returns and the law were against him, was a reformer. He ii presented many bills and resolutions for t changes . In the present conditions of things in the Government. Somo of J these meaures nover received1 conslder- ation, and while others sometimes called I forth hearings before committees, no action was ever taken, and the Colorado Representative, no whit discouraged, reintroduced them in every Congress. (' Coming from a State where women had been granted the right to vote, ho naturally was for woman suffrage, and he always Introduced in every Congress a Joint resolution proposing on amend ment to the Constitution declaring that "the right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the Unit...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

I 30 The Salt Lake Tribiine: Stostdat Mobotstg,' Mauok 6, 1904. i , WOMAN MYSTIFIES SCIENTISTS. ' Performs Astonishing: Tilings While ' in Somnambulistic State. Doctors, scientists and psychologists i throughout Gorraany havo been greatly perplexed in the last few days by the mysterious performances In Munich of a French woman who goes by the name j of "Mme. Madeleine G. ." her sur- 4;mo having boon kept a profound! se cret. She has boon appearing here be I fore small private gatherings and doing the most astonishing things -white In a somnambulistic trance. I This mysterious "Mine. Madcleino G. " Is supposed to bo the same wo 1 man who was mystifying artists and. I literati a few weeks ago In Paris with i her weird performances under a hyp- , i. otic Influence. There she was hailed as a Trilby In real life. Nothat she sung entrancing songs while under the I hypnotic opell of a Svengali. but that A I she followed with her body In strango ' rhythm the strains of music in perfect harm...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

nl Tkb Saut TLl&km Tbibtote: Sunday MoinmTG-, Majrch 6, 1904. 81 W H . : . M ft Special No. 1. I OUR CRBAT 1 Special No.2 fi I 2 lX-eartR.oyc!ES4- .a 5 'W- kXA4- 5-fiuort. Royal Enamel Steal 5 1 9 ' amel Steel Tea Pot, P V . ' ' sUC8Pan 3B! I Ifl , I On SaL Sat, Mar. 12, 4 to 6 p.m. I jRCCMJClRJ CSLl ' On Sale Sat, Mar. 12, 4 to 6 p.m. 1 I jl H , The rediculoiisly low prices we have offered the pnLilc should fill our store to Its utmost capacity- 1 I ifl 1 ? OUR SALE INCLUDES EVERYTHING in our line which is -used in the household and the garden. ! I I 1 I j P I 0 I ! Wode l 1 l Kf ' U Q 10-qunrt I. X. retlnned dish pans. 21 0$ Guaranteed thVQS COfltS- W 5 VI WMUIWOl a H BP il V $ a Combination mop. rag or scrub Qn Sale .............. iC . jlIarallieeQ turGQ COflCS -i-ply 3-4 Inch special rubber PL 3p 3 wWtiJl brush sticks. Sale.............. 00 Regular 40c. HOne D8ttr maQQ. P hose. Sale... No. 110. Winner wood) frame T 1 OQ V M IjfJ o. , c u I ,n . 14-quart retlnned bread raiser...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

H 32 TH Salt ILake Teibtostb: Sunday MomzTSG-, March 6, 1904. , I A STORY OF OLD EGYPT. !Tho Yoko: a Romanco of the Days when tho Lord Redeemed tho Children of Israel from tlio Bondnpo of Kirypt. By Ellzu neth Merrill. Published by tho Boblw WorrDl Company, lndlanapoliss A otory much out of tho uaual order Is this, tho author neeklnrr to reproduce, with j JLfe-sconos and local coloring tho mlRerles ! cmd oppressions of tho Israelites In their I' heavy bondago In tho Captivity In Kpypt. ' The narratlvo docs not follow tho Sons of Israel Into tho land, but finds them there, wigtieed In balldlns: the treasure cities, and numbers of them told on to work l:i the quarries. Tho scones aro mado to re volve chiefly around two of tho Hebrew middens mont distinguished In churm of body and mind, tho first, Rachel, loved by I tho taskmasters, and Manaaiath, loved by tho Klntf. Tho story earrl03 the life history of thoso maidens, and of thoo who would poaim: thera. and In so doing- tells tho ctor...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

I! ' " WAR. MAP. I I J Sam Lake City, Utah, Siindat Momw&, Majrch 6, 1904. I 11 TJfJE TRI'B lJVF : First in War, First in Teace, First in the Hearts of I 1 1 JVet&spaper Headers end always First with trie News I ' O IQQ OO 3QO Q ''q1' ' 'f'' ; l i pvr Q 130 hq I

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 6 March 1904

1 1 WAR BASIS OF JAPAN AND RUSSIA I I NA VAL FORCES OP THE CONTENDING NA TIONS M H NAVAL FORCES (POSSIBLE STRENGTH). NAVAL FORCES MOBILIZED IN THE FAB EAST. IH JAPAN. RUSSIA. ... r, JAPAN. RUSSIA. BH (Battleship o Bnttleships . 20 ... . . iflUHfl H Armored cruisers 22 oast defense vessels . 14 S0?i bruise' BattlcsMp. : ? Gunboats 3 ATmorca cruisers 8 Armored cruisers 5 I Torpedo boat destroyers 15 rst-clnss cruisers 24 Protected cruisers 14 .Protected cruisers 8 First-oloBB terpedo boats 38 Second-class crulsors 15 torpedo boats 73 (Torpedo boats 20 H Second and third-class torpedo boats 39 -Torpedo craft 103 Torpedo boat destroyers 9 Torpedo boat destroyers 12 Total oraft . 123 Total oraft 242 Total craft 110 Total or aft 53 jH I NAVAL FORCES (PERSONNEL). LARGEST BATTLESHIPS IN THE PAR BAST. Ofllcers and men (war strength) 31,379 Officers and men (war strongth) 05,054 JAPAN. RUSSIA. , H Officers and mon (reserve) 6,267 Officers and men (reserve) 30,000 Mlkasa. Czarevitch. Hl . (Bui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 March 1904

f, jf-f- M aSEn r A a jrt A & fit! -f 4- THE SMOOT CASE. 4- 3fcp itl H M W E f ' I ,. MERCHANTS KNOW IT. 4- , ( J'llbc forTho Tribune l Z'' ' V - :-- V 4.4. 4. .n.,,. JjP . "WEATHER TODAY Fair. Vol. XX, YI. No. 326. Sajyf Lake City, Utah, Moxdat Mokotg-, March 7, 1904, 12 phge5.fitb Cents. I I SENATE LIMELIGHT WILL BE TURNED ON ' THE MORMON HIERARCHY AGAIN TODAY I j Can and Will the Head of the Mormon Church j Add Any More Start I ling Revelations to ' the Already Large Number of Sensatioo- a! Facts Me Has Tes tified To? Special to The Tribune. ' WASHINGTON, March C. What- will be .the disclosures in the Smoot Inquiry, or rather the trial of the Mormon hie rarchy, tomorrow? Is there anything: that the head of tho ' Mormon church. Joseph F. .Smith, can I or will add to the already startling array of facta he hua disclosed? ' ' '" These are questions that are agitat ing the croups in the hotel lobbies, in the clubs and In ofilclal circles?. The Importance of the war in the far Eas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake tribune. — 7 March 1904

I 2 The Salt Laxe Tkebtoos: Monday Moknxng, March 7, 1904. ' B ,HB lUWULIimilWMI - I n ni 1 TTTTT IM 111 II II IIH 111 "" LMIiJJlJ BH 1 1 RULING ON ENTRY 1 OF DESERT LANDS "What It Is Necessary to Show When. Offering to Mako Pinal Proof. Hi , BY A. P. PHTLIPS. 1' Tribune Bureau, National Hotel. V WASHINGTON, D. C, March 6. ) On July 23rd of last year tho Interior deportment through the- General Land ofllco accepted tho final proof of John Cunningham under his desert land en- Hj try in Lander, Wyo., district. "Writing to the Commissioner of tho General Land ofllco under recent date regarding tho decision cited Secretary Hitchcock says: Hl It la posslblo that somo expressions in that doclslon may bo taken as Indicating a purposo to encourago tho offer and l sanotJon tho accoptanco of final proof In M, dosert land entries that do not clearly establish a strict compliances with all tho requirements of law. Such a result was not contemplated when that doclslon was rendered, nor docs tho ...

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