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1 2 the Salt Iaee Tiubtjne: Moxday Moanmra, Jajstuahy 11. 4.
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I ( CELESTIALS UNEASY
fj China May Become Shvolved
! ': in War in Far East,
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j ji FEAR PILLAGE AND fiflUR&ER
i Groat (Vllliiary Activity Ro-
I ' ported in Manchuria.
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' ', Railroads Bringing Troops From
I ' Russia Women and Children Prc-
I ' paring to Lcavo Ports.
! '. 'PokJns. Jan. 10. Predictions In the nn-
i tlvo press that a v:ir Is inevitable nncl
1 1 Immediate iihd (hat China will certainly
j 1 be involved aro causing groat uneasiness.
I ) Many Chineno fear a repetition of the
S ,. rceHcs of plllnce and murder which made
i i; the year 1000 memorable.
1 1 li Numbers of tho employees oh the rail-
! 1 6,id between New Cliwang !jm Shhn
Ilalkwnu have deserted their posta, Ihink-
' . Ins lhat the .country traversed by the
I ' railroad will surely. "bo the scene of the
, Jluporls from Manchuria, arc to the ef-
'. ' feet thai there, IP givyit military activity
j there. The railrouda are bringing troops
I from Russia nncl the women and ohllrtn.li
j at Port Arthur njul New Chwiui,? arc
I ; prdn.irlnsr to leavo. The Russian Oonera:
I j ! at Now Chwanfj has been called to Port
i, j Arthur for service. Every steamer for
t ' Jayan Is carrying the Japanese from
ji l north China v. ho bklonK to "the reserves. -
s The Japanase censorship of military
, news gives opportunity for nil kinds of
1 rumors here, one of which Is that Japa-
; 1 nesc troops have been landed at Fusan,
t Korea. As cablo communication wilh
' Korea is through Japan 1L Is impossible
J to obtain reliable news.
I; DEMOCRATIC LEADERS,
j j Campaigners for Unwashed Gather-
! ing in "Washington for Meeting
, of National Committee.
I Washington, Jan. 10. Democratic cani-
nalgn leaders aro beginning to gather in
this city for the meeting of the. national
' committee, which meets at tho Shoreham
hotel in this city on Tuesday to select a
( i time and place for the next Democratic
I ' national convention. Convention boomers
from Chicago, St. Louis and New York
, havo opened headquarters at the Shore-
ham. JI Is believed Chicago is at present
I In the lead as to the convention city and
I that the convention will be held about
I , two weeks after the Republican con en-
It Eat Royal Bread. It Is pure and
i wholesome. Sold everywhere;
LATEST" PORTRAIT OF THE PONTIFF.
jfypj Pl(7S JC
Willie in Rome recently Cardinal Gibbons ordered two oil painting of Pope
Pius X. from Carl Enzlce Scifoni, the artist. They arrived last week, and
one of them was at once hunrr In the anteroom of the Cardinal's residence.
What disposal is to be made of the other Is not known, nor is the Cardinal
prepared to give any information. The paintings are exactly alike. They are
not in frames. They measure 25 by 30 inches. The portraits are the first re
ceived in this country, and they are pronounced perfect.
FAMOUS PAiNTER GONE.
Jean Leon Geromo Is Found Dead
in His Sed in Paris,
Paris. Jan.. 30. Jean Leon Gerome, the
rainier and sculptor, died here today,
aged SO years. M. Gerome was present
last night at tho dinner of the members
of the institute. Ho conversed gaily, but
his friends noticed that his features were
drawn, and advised him t retire early
At 9 o'clock this morning his valet en
tered his bedroom, and finding him ap
parently asleep withdrew The valet re
turned an hour Inter, and observing that
M. Geromc's position was unchanged he
shook him gently. A3 there was no sign
of life the valet Informed Mmc. Geromo
and summoned n doctor, who declared
'that death was due to cerebral congestion.
M. Gerome was a conspicuous figure In
Paris society. He was tall and slim and
retained his youthful gaiety and activity,
his snowy hair and moustache alone in
dicating his great age. He was noted for
his sparkling wit and always kept up re
lations with tho younger painters.
The day before hi.s death several friends
lunched with M. Geromo at his homo, and
after the luncheon he took them to his
studio to show them the statue of Corinth,
o.f which he was the sculptor. Tho statue
had just been finished and he was about
to color It. M. Gerome talked with his
visitors enthusiastically concerning the
Among M. Geromo's latest productions
were allegorical figures, representing la
bor, which he executed for Charles M.
We arc prepared to invest your funds
so that they will bring you the largest
returns compatible with safety. You
, hold the serjrlty. We do the work.
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REBELS USE CANNON
Shell Strikes City Hail of
v San Domingo.
CONSIDERABLE BAM AGE D0NE
Another Projaotile Explodes in
Front U. S. Legation.
No Injury, However, Done to tile
Buildings-7-Political Situation in
tho Republic Unchanged.
San Domingo. Wednesday, Jan. C
Thoro Vr'a3 firing last night i around the
city, the insurgents using cannon.
A shell struck the oily hall, doing con- ,
slderable damage. Another shell exploded
In front of tho Unltfd States logatlon. but
did not rpsuit in injury to the building.
The political situation here is un
changed, though several arrests of In
surgent sj mpathizers have been made.
Provisions aro plentiful and milk and
other products are com:ng In.
A Guaranteed Cure for Pilc3.
Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protrud
ing Piles. Your druggist will refund
money if PAZO OINTMENT falls to
cure you in 6 to 14 days. 60c
The February Delineator.
The February Delineator is a Mid
winter Fiction Number, and the lit
erary and art features are of uncom
mon excellence. For short stories,
there is a mystical tale entitled "The
Silver Boat," by Albert Bigelow Paine;
a strong romance from the Orient,
"The Woolnp; of Tia," by Ednah Proc
tor Clarke, and a delightful middle-'
age love story, "The Promise of Lucy
Ellen," by L. M. Montgomery. Then
there is a chapter of "Tho Evolution
of a Club Woman," containing- strik
ing incidents and unexpected charac
ter development. In a remarkably il
lustrated article Percy Mitchell de
scribes the life of Calve at her home,
Castel do Cabrieres, in southern
France. Other items of Interest are
Dr. Murray's treatise on the care of
the complexion, a serious paper on the
"Cultivation of Ideals," by Llllle Ham
ilton French, and an illustrated arti
cle for collectors of antique furniture,
by Frances Roberts. In addition there
is a thorough exposition of the fash
ions, including a letter from Mrs, Os
born, and more than sixty new win
tor modes designed by Delineator ar
tists. There are also entertaining
pages for young folks and many arti
cles by experts on household topics.
Remember the big piano sale at
i Daynes Music Co., 74 Main.
X CARL0AB OF
RABBITS TO BE
X GIVEN TO THE POOR
4- Staff Captain Wood of the Salva-
tlon Army has received a car of 4--f
rabbits and InvltcB every poor fam-
-t- lly who can send a representative to -f
4- got them to take homo as many
as they can Judiciously use. From
4- U a. m. to 4:30 p. m. tho rabbits 4-4-
will bo given away at tho north 4"
4- end of the' open freight shed at' tho 4-4-
Oregon Short llne depot, between 4-4-
South Temple and First South, Just 4-4-.
west of Third West. 4-4-
Any reader of The Tribune who 4
knows of a neighbor to whom tho 4--t
rabbits would be a help will confer 4--r
a kindness by calling their atten- 4-4-
Hon to thifi no'.lcc In case they havo 4-4-
Z. Ci IJ. I. li'uslin Underwear Sale.
. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday.
I 20 to HO per cent reductions.
See large ad. In this paper.
London Market Has Been Weak.
London. Jan. 10. Tudor tho Influence of
the war a'cnro tho stock oxchange had a
vi'ry bad week, all the markets tumbling.
Fortunately, after the unfounded rumor of
the recall from Nice of -M. Delcasse. the
Frenc'.i Foreign Minister, which caused
temporary disturbances In Paris and Ber
lin, those bourses recovered and continued
to display considerable confidence that
pcuco would.be ureserved.
Hats of tho Best Makers, S1.00.
Regular $5.00, $4.00 and S3.00 values.
BROWN, TERRY Sz WOODRUFF CO.
Contralto Ballad Singer Dead.
London, Jan. 10. Tho death Is an
nounced of Mmo Antolnelto Sterling
(Mrs. J. Macklnglay), the contralto ballad
Z. C. M. I. Children's Dresses, Half
See large ad. in this paper.
Emigration From Germany.
Borlin, Jan. 10 Emigration from Ham
burg and Bremen in 1903 shows a heavy
incre.nsv, the total being 319.SS0, asalnst
HC6.SSI for 1902. The movement of emi
grants through these ports has doubled
In live years. By far tho largest portion
of these went to the United States.
SHEEP AfeD CATTLEMEN, AT
TENTION! We are offering for lease and sale
40,000 acres of spring, summer and fall
range for cattle and sheep In East can
yon. For terms apply to
BRIG HAM T. CANNON.
24 East South Temple St., Salt Lake
Z. C. M. I. Muslin Underwear Sale.
Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday.
20 to 50 per cent reductions.
See largo ad. In this paper.
IIIHIHIIMHIHIHHH t444 M K M 4 M H M H ijmt '
Only Seventy-Five Waste No Time in Coming1'
:: fff For tlie regular price' the beatr h
- sWL s skirts in the market Good look.' f-.
t vS v ins' o11 mado Cnt han L Sr gel-
t ? jKtfcely trimmed Tvith straps oyer I
t vWf)i llC searns or Plan tailor stitched.? (
t lilnlil V- Gray aild 0xford mixture )
' rJuvjyjJ7 cloths. All new talking skirtas'
t hiMiMz Y of this winter. Complete range of t "Jrt
f lmW Rizes' A little surplus lot, is this, !in
X A of aout seventy-five and so must JTIc,c
I R :Wi leave us today. Keduced from 2iK
t ALL SHIRT-WAISTS--
I ilmmm HALF-PRICE OR LESSi
t Snle last Thursday, Viltg
i I f :&Wfc continue until entire stock is gone.'jjjjjj
f Mii' ft- 'wif$k Excellent variety in both the cot- SgentatJ
I 'A 'WW' ion an(1 AVOolpu 'aists. $1.25,
T '--s-. PRICE OR LESS. ,: a!
' OSWEGO 4 ' ,tefsrl
' COmi STARCH Jl
Which has been used for 55 years is'K of un
I questioned purity and neVer disappoints in -
results. It is the ideal form of starch and is Mgti
considered the standard of excellence. u Jwh.
m rs' Helen Armstrong. -
j OABPHEi- DAILY ST08E BY ill PMPTLY FSLLii IT SHE FilOES. BIBLYTOilE WLMl. K
I The most sensanal pr starts todayr with a 6001. of goods l
H )) l and prices cut deeper than ever before, affording you an opportunity to select from nearly 3000 of this season's - W ' i
I1 most stylish $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 suits and overcoats at the trifling price of $10,00, actu- RilBJ
H I ally less than manufacturer's cost of any of them 0KV0S&ilj !
H I Then there are great assortments of Men's Pants, Boys' and Youths' Overcoats and Suits and many other win- B
H I ter wearables at remarkable reductions from our regular low prices We are determined to clear out this season's P; ' -
H : stock before the season is over and have made prices which will accomplish that end in the shortest possible time, " lSj3f v , I fi?
j It's your chance to get good clothes for next to nothing and the sooner you come the better the choosing will be Ifj jl
I $1.00 Takes the choice of 50c Takes the Choice of 50 $1.75 Takes the Choice of ' ' ' W MfZZL j
I 75 dozen $2.00 and $225 Dozen 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 60 Dozen $2.50, $3.00, 'Wwf 1J p
j j Soft' Shirts t$ej Stiff Shirts &&&&&S' $3.50 and $5.00 Hats rm "jig
; j .m-j. r-f. '' 5Dl:
l ; ' J Starts J ONE MICE j Pft JjA.jRulNKR I 1 36-1 38 MAIN j Starts
Hj I ' Qay L,.,,....,,-! ORDERS BY MAIL PR.OMPTLY FILLED AT SALE PRICES i Todfly
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