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HOWELLTO OWELL TO RETIRE RETIRERepresentative RETIRER RETIRERepresentative
Representative R pres ntatle Howell according to tocurrent tocurrent tocurrent
current reports is not to make any ef effort effort effort ¬
fort to succeed himself That seams seomstoo seamstoo seemstoo
too remarkable to be true As far as asoutward asoutward asoutward
outward Indications so g gd Sir Ir Howell Howellcould Hoellcould HowellCould
could Have a ri r renomination ror the ask asking asklug sk sking ¬
ing Yet the rumor Is time t11ahc he will wi ivill l not notask notask notask
ask Did you ever hear of a republi republican ¬
can an letting go of a good thing polit politically PolitIcally poutIcally ¬
ically speaking That is letting go of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his own free will and accord We re can canscarcely canscarcely canscarcely
scarcely credit the report about Mr MrHowell MrHowelJ MrHowell
Howell He is too good a republican republicanfor
for that It may ma be true however that thathe thathe thathe
he will not be renominated ranominatedPerhaps renominatedPerhaps renominatedPerhapo
Perhaps he has displeased Senator SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot
Smoot Perhaps the thel senator has In Informed Infcrmed infcrmed ¬
fcrmed him that he must retire If this thishas thishas thishas
has happened we can understand Mr MrHowells MrHowells MrHowells
Howells reported graceful withdrawal withdrawalBut
But what will become of poor Utah Utahthen Utahthen Utahthen
then As long as Howell was In con congress congress congress ¬
gress we wOe were certain cert ln that an elo eloquent eloqUE eloquent ¬
quent qUE > nt voice would be raised In our be behalf behalf behalf ¬
half We could always alwa s be sure of able ablerepresentation ablerepresent ablerepresentation
representation represent tlon With TUh Howell out we wemight wemight wemight
might just as well ask the privilege of ofbecoming ofbecoming ofbecoming
becoming a territory again againWhat againWhat againWhat
What has h s Howell done for the state stateyou state stateOU stateyou
you OU ask Well T0ll he voted for the mile mileage mileage mileage ¬
age grab fo for one bnetliiig one Ihing 1hl lg JJlVS thus showing showinghis
his loyalty loy lt to the timehonored tlmeh n red prin principle principle principle ¬
ciple that Utah needs all the outside outsidemoney outsidemoney outsidemoney
money she can get When Senator SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoo
Smoot Smoo wanted to appoint a postmaster postmasterRepresentative p09tmas postmasterItepresentaIye er erRepresent
Representative Represent the Howell was always alwayswilling alwaswlllfng alwayswilling
willing nay eager to acquiesce thus thusdemonstrating thusdemonstrating thusdemonstrating
demonstrating his belief that harmony harmonyshould harmonys1rould harmonyshould
should prevail preyaUin in the the delegation So Sothrough Sotbrough Sothrough
through tour years eftJS of political storm stormand stormand stormand
and stress Mr Howell has gone on his hisway hisway hisway
way a towering figure In tne councils councilsof
of the nation nationIf
If he does retire he will be sadly sadlymissed sadlymissed sadlymissed
missed in congress sadly missed in inWashington Inashlngton InWashington
Washington ashlngton But we are told he hehopes hehopes hehopes
hopes to go back b ck a as a United United States Statessenator Statessenator Statessenator
senator Of course the public will willdally wl11dall willdalllf
dally dall round roun him as one man and one onewoman onewoniarn onewoman
woman woniarn to work without ceasing until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the toga Is safely draped dr ped about his
figure figureQHINAS flgureCHINA figureCHINALS
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CHINA S NEW NEWARMY NEWARMYif ARMY ARMYIf
If half halfof of the th reports that come from fromChina fromChina fromChina
China are ar true it would be no easy task taskfor taskfor taskfor
for the allied armies to march to Pekin Pekinagain Pokinagain Pekinagain
again China has taken a laaf out o t of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the book of f the Powers She is pre prep proprlng
p 1 prlng > ring an army that will give any foe foea
a groat deal of trouble tr uble Rscantly an anEnglish anEnglish anEnglish
English officer who witnessed th thmaneuvers thmaneuyelS the themaneuvers
maneuvers maneuvers of the Chinese Ctlft 5e troops at ata atR ata
a great encampment said saidThe saidhThe saidThe
The officers understood their work workand workMd workand
and Md the the men thoroughly thorGu llly disciplined disciplinedshowed dlseipJfnttdshowed dIsciplinedshowed
showed themselves so strong and en enduring endurIng enduring ¬
during that in four days of continuous continuousand
and exhausting labor scarcely a man manfell manfeU manfell
fell out The men availed aUed them themselves tbolltselves thems1ves ¬
selves of every scrap of cover while whileadvancing whileadvancIng whileadvancing
advancing and the control of each eachsubaltern eachfiubaitorn eachsubaltern
subaltern over his section of the line lineand UneRl1d lineand
and of o the cempeny comPfl commanders commandersseemed command commandersseemed rs rsfieemed
seemed absolute Of tho th 162 guns gunsemployed gunsemployed gunsemployed
employed at the maneuvers 1 saw at atleast atteast at1east
least half lit action It la safe to assort assortthat assortthat assertthat
that better fire discipline dlscf ttne could hardly hardlybe
be imagined imaginedAdd ImagInedAdd ImoginedAdd
Add to this the testimony of an anAmerican anArnerican anAmerican
American army officer who is quoted quotedas
as saying sayingChina sayIngChina sayingChIna
China has nearer nearer a a quarter of a amillion amillion amillion
million trained troops than 60000 and andthere andtbere andthere
there are at least fifty Japanese Japan 8o officers officersserving OffiCOfSserving officersservilig
serving with w th the army ann as drillmasters drillmastersThe
The allies could not repeat the per performance prf1mance performanee ¬
formance of 1J 19M 190 > W and march to Pekhi Pekhiunless PekInunless PekthUnless
unless with a much larger force Drce and andafter andafter andafter
after a hard and trying campaign campaignIn 08n algn algnIn
In view of the fact that there seems seemsdanger seemsdanger seemsdanger
danger of the United States becoming becominginvolved becomingInvolved becolningInvolved
involved In trouble with China the thestatements thestatemer1ts thestatements
statements statemer1ts quoted are entitled to earn earnest earnest earneat ¬
est consideration China Is fast awak awakening a awakoning wakoning ¬
oning from her centurylong sleep sleepNever sleopNever sieepNever
Never again will she have the place of ofhonor ofhonor ofhonor
honor at the th head of the worlds march marchof marchot marchof
of progress progress but she will soon be In Inposition a aposition uposition
position where it will be dangerous to todespise todespise todespise
despise her or hold her cheaply cheaplyOur cheaI cheaplyOur > ly lyOur
Our little friends the Japs upon uponwhom uponwhom uponwhom
whom we poured out outsuch such a alarge large sup supply supply supply ¬
ply of sympathy when they were war warring warring warring ¬
ring with Russia can be depended upon uponto uponto uponto
to keep keep China hIn awake Arid with Uh both bothJapan bothJapan bothJapan
Japan and nd ndhitla < China hlna on the alert to pre prevent prevent provent ¬
vent aggressions of trade or of terri terrlI ¬
I
tory toriiwith with 1th both h th of them in a position positionto
to resist with forcealndarms f fdr rc hdlThis tf trms the lie sun sunof s sunof n nof
of the tile white man In the Orleri Orl ri will near nearIts nearIts nearIts
Its setting settingJHE settingTH settingTHE
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THE TH E QGDEN TRAGEDY TRAGEDYIf
If the facts are as they have been beenstated beenstated beenstated
stated it is not npt at all probable that the theOgden theOgden theOgden
Ogden boy who shot his father f ther In de defense defense defense ¬
fense dfhl8 O J his mother will be convicted convictedof
of murder m 1der The story is that the thefather thefather thefather
father In a fit of drunken rage at attacked attacked attacked ¬
tacked the the mother with a knife The Theboy Theboy Theboy
boy Interfered and was in turn at attacked attacked attaoked ¬
tacked Then he fired one shot the thebullet thobullet thebullet
bullet passing through the mans mansbrain mansbrain mansbrain
brain and Killing him himThe himTbe himThe
The tragedy is a terrible one to con contemplate contemplate contemplate ¬
template the necessity for itif it if ne necessity necessIty necessity ¬
cessity there was is even more terri terrible terrible ternble ¬
ble A mans life has been taken a aboys aboys aboys
boys life ruined a home broken and anddarkened anddarkened anddarkened
darkened forever No matter m tter whether whetheror whet eI eIor
or not the courts say the boy was jus justified justified justifled ¬
tified no matter how hard he reasons reasonswith reasonswith reasonswith
with himself he will never again be beat beat beat
at peace with himself There will willhardly w111hardly willhardly
hardly be an hour in his life when whensome wbensome whensome
some thought of the tragedy will not notbe notbe notbe
be in his mind mindAnd mindAnd mindAnd
And at the bottom of the story or orrather orrather orrather
rather at the beginning is whisky If IfJoseph ItJoseph IfJoseph
Joseph Checketts the father had been beena
a sober man If he had never touched touchedWhisky touchedWhisk touchedwhisky
Whisky he would not be ready for the thegrave thegrave thegrave
grave today killed by his own son sonif sonIf sonif
if Checketts had let whisky hlsky alone the theboy theboy theboy
boy would not walk through life with witha
a haunting recollection of a terrible terriblescene terriblescene terriblescene
scene in a little home when hen to save savehis aavehis savebis
his mother he shot down his own ownfather ownfather ownfather
father The greatest lesson In the thetragedy thetragedy thetragedy
tragedy is the lesson of temperance temperanceAt
At a fearful cost to themselves the theChecketts theChecketts theChecketts
Checketts have given an example and anda
a warning that should prove a deter deterrrent deterrent deterrent
rent to Others OthersyyALTERS othersWAt OthersWALTER
WALTER WAt TER S MOSS MOSSThe MOSSThe MOSSThe
The death of Walter S Moss man manager manager manager ¬
ager of the Lyric theatre will Ill be the thocause thacause thecause
cause of deep regret to all who knew knewhim knewhim knewhim
him In a quiet modest unassuming unassumingway
way be had made many friends in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake during the few months since he hecame hecame hecame
came here and they will 11l all feel his hisloss hisloss hisloss
loss keenly Though he never made madeany madeany madeany
any great stir in the world Walter S SMoss SMoss SMoss
Moss was the sort of man that could couldalways couldalways couldalways
always be depended upon he was true trueto trueto trueto
to every trust renosed in him himThere himThere himThere
There was something splendidly he heroic berolc horole ¬
role about the closing months of his hislife hislIf hislife
life lIf Attacked by a wasting disease diseaseone diseaseone I Ione
one that gave him no rest day or night nighthe nightbe nighthe
he kept at his work And no n matter matterhow matterbow matterhow
how much he suffered he was always alwayskindly alwayskindly alwayskindly
kindly always patient always smiling smilingOnly smilingOnly smilingOnly
Only those who were close to him can canknow canknow canknow
know how much he suffered how howbravely howbravely howbravely
bravely he endured enduredThe enduredThe enduredThe
The play for him is over the last lastcurtain lastcurtain lastcurtain
curtain is down the lights are extin extinguished extinguished extinguished ¬
guished In the silent grave all is ispeace ispeRea isPease
peace and rest the blessed dreamless dreamlesssleep droamlesssleep
S Ssleep
sleep Walter Moss could not have in inthis inthis inthis
this world has come to him him now Those Thoseto
to whom he was generous those he hecheered hecheered hecheered
cheered by his brave braveS fight for life lifethose utethose lifethose
those near and dear to him will not notbegrudge notbegrudge notbegrudge
begrudge him his perfect peace They Theywould Theywould Theywould
would not have him back If they could couldbut couldbut couldbut
but they will sorrow sincerely because becauseof
of their own loss because a presence presencethat presencethat presencethat
that was worth while has gone nne out of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their lives livesToung livesYoung livesYoung
Young Mr Ir Garfield and the Chicago Chicagobeef Chicagobeef Chicagobeef
beef trust magnates tell radically dif different different different ¬
ferent stories as to the conversations conversationsthey conversationsthey conversationsthey
they had during his investigation of the thebeef thebeef thebeef
beef business In view of the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the packers have been known to bend bendthe bendthe bendthe
the truth into spirals before it Is bare barely barely barely ¬
ly possible Mr Garfields version of the theaffair theafCair theaffair
affair is authentic
A South Dakota pastor has been sen sentenced sentenced sonteniced ¬
tenced to serve a year o r in jail and to topay topay topay
pay a fine of 1000 for conspiring to todefraud todefraud todefraud
defraud the government by moans of ofunlawful ot otunlawful ofunlawful
unlawful homestead homest ad entries If he had hadstuck hadstuck hadstuck
stuck to the principles of laying up uptreasures uptreasures uptreasures
treasures In heaven heR yon only he wouldnt wouldntbe woul nt ntbe
be In his present bad position positionChina positionChina positionChina
China could save herself a lot of oftrouble oftrouble oftrouble
trouble by adopting a proposition to toexclude toexclude toexclude
I
exclude all foreign missionaries And AndIncidentally AndIncidentally AndIncidentally
Incidentally the nations of the earth earthwould oarthwould earthwould
would be spared a lot of trouble and andexpense andexpense andexpense
expense expenseThe expenseThe expenseThe I
The Japanese consul general peril pertinently pertl pertlnontly perilneatly ¬ i
neatly suggests that at there is no sense sensein senseIn sensein I
in trying to raise a nation of big men menphysically menphysically menphysically I
physically speaking because a small smallman smallman sxallman
man can shoot as straight as a big one oneA oneA ones oneA
s
A committee of cotton spinners is iscoming iscoming iscoming
coming over from England to learn learnsomething learnsom4thlng learnsomething
something about baling marketing and andtransporting andtransporting andtransportIng
transporting raw cotton They couldnt couldntcome couldntcome couldntcome
come to a better place placeA
I
A newspaper wants to know if a man mancan manan mancan
can an live on water Well lots of men menget menget menget
get along Without it but same corpora corporations corporations corporations ¬
tions we might mention have grown fat faton raton taton
on water waterThe waterThe
II IIThe
The weather man did his boat b sf to tomake tomake tomake
make March come ln like a n lion If ho hewill howill howill
will only make it go out o t like a lamb lambwell larpbwell Iambwell
well try to bear up upA upA
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A FLORAL TRIBUTE TRIBUTEIt
It was w s at a matinee The curtain was wasrung wagrung as asrung
rung up for the third time and the theactress theQclross theactress
actress stepped forward and responded respondedto
to the prolonged acclamation of her ad admiring admiring ¬ I
miring audience She spoke with Ith a grace graceful gracrul graceful ¬
ful modesty that charmed then thengathord thengathordher gathered gatheredher
her floral tributes tributesWas tributesWas tributesWas
Was It the intense excitement or thebUndlng the theblinding theblinding
blinding array of t footlights that dazzled dazzledand dLZzledand dazzledand
and confused her Quietly reposing on a alower a1cwer alcwer
lower box rail by the proscenium says saysthe saysthe saysthe
the Tatler sh shb saw a magnificent bunch bunchof
of violets violetsher her favorite flowers flowerSQlStonsibly flowerSQlStonsiblyplaced flowersostonsibiyplaced ostensibly ostensiblyplaced
placed there for her by a sweetfaced sweetfaceddarkhaired SW sweetfaceddrkhaired ettaccd ettaccdrkIu
darkhaired rkIu red lady behind them With ap applause applause applause ¬
plause still ringing In her ears the ac actress actrcsn actress ¬
tress leaned forward and took the lovely lovelybouquet lovelybouquet lovelybouquet
bouquet acknowledging the sift by a apretty npretty apretty
pretty bow bowThe bowThe bowTile
The sweetfaced darkhaired lady ladyreached Jadyreached ladyreached
reached after her with ith a strange an ansudden and andsudden > l lsuddenhaste
suddenhaste sudden haste Where are M you going goingshe goingshe goingshe
she cried hysterically thats my hat
Mrs lrs W W W Rlter was the hostesyesterday hostess hostessyesterday hoStessyesterday
yesterday at an elaborate luncheon luncheongiven luncheongiven luncheongiven
given in honorof Mrs J R Folsom The Thelong Thelong Thelong
long table with covers laid for seven seventeen s seventeen ven venteen ¬
teen was a mass of the springtime col colors colors colors ¬
ors A large punch bowl of cut glass glasswas glasswas
was filled with bright yellow tulips and andwaves andwQves andwtves
waves of white illusion covered thy thytable th thtable thtable
table from end to end Through this thiswere thiswere thiswere
were strewn sprays of plumosa and andgreen andgreen andgreen
green ribbons and place cards done In Inthe Inthe inthe
the yellow daffodils were at each eachplace eahplace eachplace
place Tall candlesticks of crystal held heldpale heldpale heldpale
pale green candles and shades of the thesame thesame thesame
same hue h e were on the lights The Theguests Theguests Theguests
guests to meet Mrs Folsom were Mrs MrsW Mrsw Irs Irsw
W S McCornick Miss fss Keogh Mrs MrsDavid MrsDavid MrsDavid
David Keith Mrs Robert Roy Hamp Hampton Hampton Hampton ¬
ton Mrs Andrew Howat Mrs IS W F FJames FJames FJam
James Jam 03 Mrs Joseph E Caine Mrs MrsKertneth MrsKenneth MrsKenneth
Kenneth Kerr Mrs James H Moyle MoyleMrs MoyleMrs MoyleMrs
Mrs Thomas Gould Griffin Mrs A S SBower SBower SBower
Bower Mrs James E Jennings Mrs MrsFrank MrsFrank MrsFrank
Frank W Jennings Miss Celia Sharp Sharpand Sharpand Sharpand
and Miss Jane Howat HowatMrs HowatIlIrs HowatMrs
Mrs J W Christy entertained at a aluncheon aluncheon aluncheon
luncheon for Mrs John Reed of Den Denver Denver Denver ¬
ver yesterday the affair being given givenatthe givenat
atthe at the EmeryHolmes The table dec decorations decorations deeorations ¬
orations were all of violets bunches of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the flowers being at each place and andgreat a agreat agreat
great mass of them forming the Cpu central Cputral contral ¬
tral decorations Place cards done in inthe inthe Inthe
the same colors were used Following Followingthe Follow Int Intthe
the luncheon an Informal musical orj orjgramme orogramme or orgramme >
gramme interspersed with readings hy hyMrs byMrs 1 1Mrs
Mrs Reed was rendered by Mrs Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward Moore Mrs A G Andrews Mrs MrsHarry MrsHarry trs trsHarry
Harry Ganz and Mrs J 3 T H Sanbnrie SanbnrieThe 1e 1eThe ieThe
The other guests were Mrs Hoyt Mrs MrsJohn MrsJohn MrsJohn
John Bradley Mrs A L Hoppaugh HoppaughMrs Hopp < Lugh LughMrs
Mrs T B Beatty Mrs Paul Mrs E EA EA EA
A Greenwood Mrs Fred Hale and andMrs andMrs mdMrs
Mrs A J Gorham GorhamThe GorhamThe GorhamThe
The guests of the Manltou hotel and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their friends to the number of about 200 200had 200had 200had
had an informal dance at the hotel last lastevening la8tevening lastevening
evening The hall was gay with the thespring thespring thespring
spring flowers and palms while ropes ropesof ropesof ropesof
of smilax hung from the chandeliers chandeliersAn
An orchestra stationed In the southeast southeastcorner southeastcorner southeastcorner
corner furnished music and the punch punchbowl punchbowl punchbowl
bowl stood in the anteroom during the theentire theenUre theentire
entire evening A buffet supper was wasserved wasserved wasserved
served late In the evening in the pri private private private ¬
vate dining room roomThe roomThe roomThe
a
The current events and current lit literature literature literature ¬
erature section of the Ladles Literary Literaryclub Literaryclub Literaryclub
club will meet this afternoon at the thoclub th thclub theclub
club house and Mrs John Reed eed of ofDenver ofDener ofDenver
Denver will give some readings Mrs MrsEdwin MrsEdwin MrsEdwin
Edwin Merrill will read a paper on onWomen onWomen onI
I Women Illustrators IllustratorsMr
a
Mr and ftlrs f srs rr Wallace Wall ce Willey are just justhome justhotne justhone
home from a trip of a fortnight to Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles and vicinity vicinityMr
Mr and Mrs W F Adams and their theirson thcirson theirson
son Damon are in San Francisco visit visiting visitIng visiting ¬
ing the Damon family familyMiss familyMiss familyMiss
Miss Emma Ridgely of ofSt St Louis Is in inthe InthO Inthe
the city visiting Mr and nd Mrs H C CBrownlee CBrown1ee CBrownlee
Brownlee BrownleeMiss Brown1eeMiss BrownleeMiss
Miss Ella Stickney is back from a aslay asl ashy
slay sl y of a few weeks ceks in southern southernCaH southernCaHfornia Call California Callfornia ¬
fornia forniaMrs forniaI forniaMrs
S
Mrs I S Gustave Luelwitz has returned returnedto returnedtoher
to toher her home in Spokane after a a visit of ofsome orsome ofsome
some time with her parents Mr and andMrs antJoIrs andH
Mrs H G McMillan McMillanThe fc3flllanThe J JThe
The sophomores of the university universitygive universitygive universitygive
give their annual sophomore assem assembly assembly assembly ¬
bly dance in the museum building at atthe atthe atthe
the university tonight The hall will willj wHlbe wIllbe
j be decorated In green the class color colorwith colorwith colorwith
with large cosy corners made in the thestyle thestle thestyle
style of summer houses It will be one oneof oneof oneof
of the biggest social events of the theschool theschool theschool
school year The ciperons 1 perons are ar Dr Drand Drand Drand
and Mrs J T Kingsbury Dr and Mrs MrsW MrsW Irs Irsw
W C Ebaugh Professor and Mrs By Byron Byron Byron ¬
ron Cummings Dr and Mrs Mr J T F FMerrill liMerrill FMerrill
Merrill Dr and Mrs E G Gowans GowansProfessor GowansProfossor GowansProfessor
Professor and Mrs F W Reynolds and andProfessor andProfessor andProfessor
Professor George A Eaton EatonThe EatonThe EatonS
S S SThe
The sophomore class of the High Highschool Highschool Highschool
school will have a hard times dance dancethis dancethis dancethis
this evening at Unity hall which will willbe willbe willbe
be under the chaporooage of Mrs MrsFrank MrsFrank MrsFrank
Frank B Stephens Mrs Irs W H Bintz BintzMiss BintzMiss BintzMiss
Miss Claire Ellerbeck Miss Mary MaryMayne MaryMayne MaryMayne
Mayne and Miss Mildred Tibballs TibballsMiss TibballsMiss Tibbalisrri
Miss rri Addie Zane entertained a half halfdozen halfdozen halfdozen
dozen girls yesterday at a luncheon for forMiss torMiss forMiss
Miss Blanche Burke
Walter Scott Crismon entertained d a aparty aparty aparty
party of friends at a dinner at the Alta Altaclub AItaclub Altaclub
club last evening eveningMr evaninMr eveningMr
S
Mr and nd Mrs Irs Samuel Newhoiise Newho se left leftfor lcftfor leftfor
for the east yesterday yesterdayMrs yesterdaMrs
a
Mrs W H Alexander hasreturned hasreturnedfrom has hasreturnedfrom returned returnedfr
from fr ml Los Angeles after spending the thebetter thebetter thebetter
better part of the winter there thereDr thcreDr
Dr and Mrs J T Keith K lth will prob probably probably probably ¬
ably not return from Los Angeles till tillearly unearly tillearly
early in April AprilMr Aprilotr AprilMr
a h
Mr otr and Mrs H B Cole are back backfrom backfrom
from SL Goprge and are now at the theManltou theManitou theManitou
Manitou ManltouMrs Manitouirra
a
Mrs L L 1 TerryIs TerrY Is at the Hotel Co Colonial C Celonlal ¬
lonial In San Francisco FranciscoMiss Fr Frbncfscoa FrbncfscoMiss nclsco nclscoMlss a
Miss Leta McMillan who Isthe guest guestof
of Miss Leila Trent In San Francisco Franciscowill FranciscowUl Franciscowill
will leave there shortly for Spokane to tovisit tovisit tovisit
visit her sister Mrs Luelwitz Luelwitza
a ill illMrs a a aMrs
i Mrs Henry J T Hayward entertained entertainedsixteen entertainedslxt
sixteen slxt en of her friends at a luncheon luncheonat
at the Commercial club yestediv aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon ernoonMrs ernoon1Irs
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Mrs Murray C Godbe entertains the theSewing th thSowing theSewing
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for further particulars City Ticket TicketOffice TicketOffice TicketOffice
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Steamship tickets on sale to all points in the theold thedoo theold
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Washington Star StarMr StarMi StarMr
Mr Nicholas Longworth has beon pre presuijted preSOlJted preswjted
suijted with a presidential boom by some someardent someard somegrdi
ardent ard t admirers This Is about tho most mostusaleas mostt1 mostth3IilcuIs
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Washington Post PostLincoln PostLincoln PostLincoln
Lincoln Steffens insists that public opin opinion oplnton opinIon ¬
ion is behind President Roosevelt Yes Yesand Yesand Yesanti
and some Indications that It Is getting gettingtired gettingtired gettingtired
tired of trying to keep up upShould upShould upShould
Should Have Made It u23 u23New 23 23New 23New
New York Herald HeraldSagc HeraldS8g0 Herald4Shge
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cast for thee Douglas should have spared sparedthce1 sparedthee sparedthe i
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Hartford Tlmos TlmosPresident TlmosPfcshlent TimesPresident
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Philadelphia Telegraph TelegraphThe
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Chicago Chi ag RecordHerald RecordHeraldCongress RecordHeruidCongress Rccor Horald HoraldCongres
Congress will not bo congress without withoutGeneral withoutf wi lout loutC
General C noralChnrles noral Charles II IL Grosvenor but possi possibly posstJHy pQssihW ¬
bly the country may survive surviveWill survlye survlyeWill survivewill
Will Dear Bill Please Lead LeadNew LeadNew LeadNon
New York Telegram TelegramHear Tclogr TelegramHear m mHear
Hear the liars then dig the canal canalsftys canals canalys
sftys ys s Secretary Taft Thats businogs bu buslnrsPunch lnMs lnMsPunch f fPunch
Punch Needs a New Editor EditorChicago EditorChIcago EditorChicago
Chicago Tribune TribuneThe TrIbuneThe TribuneThe
The czar will note that this country also alsoI als alslias alsohas
I has a Nicholas roamln off offThe offThe offThe
The Change Will Do Him Good GoodWashington GoodcWashinglcn GoodWashingtcn
Washington Star SlarMr Starll1r StarIr
ll1r Mr Ir John T D > Rockefeller has been taking takinga t takingavaotlon 1dnff 1dnffvaoatlon
a avaotlon > vacation This counting up of f profits profitsgetsto profitst
getsto t ts to be very difficult and monotonous monotonouswork rnonplonoulJwork mOnptonouswork
work In the course of time timeCALIFORNIA timeCALIFORNIA timeCALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA RATES RATESTODAY RATESTODAYColonIst RATESTODAYColonist TODAY TODAYi
i Colonist rate of 2500 to San Fran Francisco Franblsco Franuthco ¬
cisco Los Angeles and intermediate intermediatepoints Intermediatepoints Intermediatepoints
points via the theSaJt Salt Lake Route 17 17West 17West 17WeSt
West 2nd South Phones 1986
SEE AMERICA AM ERICA FIRST FIRSTT FI RST RSTSpringfield
4 + T Springfield Mass Journal JournalThe JournalThe + f fThe
+ The governors of western states statesand statesand + f ff
+ f and railroad men from that sec section seetion 4 4tion +
+ tion have been meeting at Salt SaltLake SaltLake +
4 + Lake City Utah to promote whatIs WhatIs what whatis +
+ is called the See America First FirstcampaIgn Firstcampaign + f ff
+ f campaign The Idea of the move movef movement movement +
+ f ment is to persuade eastern pea peapIe + fpie f
+ 4 pie to command a knowledge of ortheir +
4 + 4 their own country before they theytravel theytravel + f ftravel
+ travel in Europe and to keep all aUthe allthe + f
+ the tourist money possible at athome athome + f
+ home This Is of course an ex + f
I IeeUent
4 4 cellent Idea and it Is proposed to todevelop todevelop 4 4develop +
+ develop it in the most attractive attractiveways attractiveways 4 +
4 + ways possible California Ore Oregon Oregon 4 +
4 + gon Washington Colorado Ar Arkansas 4 4
4 kansas Mississippi and other otherstates otherstates 4 +
+ states are represented The plan 4 +
4 for this convention originated with withthe 4 +
4 + the Salt Lake City Commercial 4 4 4club
+ club and Utah has been seeing seeingmore 4 4
4 + more governors of states than she sheever 4 4 4ever
+ ever before had gathered within withinher 4
4 her borders as the first result of ofthis ofthis 4 +
4 + this movement movementt 4 4THE +
44 + t + i + + + t + + + + + + 4 + 4 + 4 + + 4 + + 444 + + t 4THE + t tTHE + + + + +
THE DOCTORS ORDERS ORDERSExchange ORDERSEx ORDERSExchange
Exchange ExchangePrince Ex ExchangePrince hanse hansePilnce
Prince Louis of Battenberg in the thecourse thecQree theccrse
course of an n Interview about bo t the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York policemen accused accu ed of drinking drinkingaboard drinkingaboard drinkingaboard
aboard the Drake said with a smile smileI smiteblame
II I blame those unknown men meri no nomore nomore nomore
more than I blame a certain teetotaler teetotalerof
of Dundee DundeeA Dund DundA e eA
A Dundee physician plt Siclan because the theteetotaler theteetotaler theteetotaler
teetotaler had a red nose suspected suspectedthe
the sincerity of the mans professions professionsSo
So he invited him to dine at ares arestaurant a res restaurant restaurant ¬
taurant one night and ordered cham champagne cb ehampagne m mpagne ¬
pagne with the dinner dinnerThe dinnerThe
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The teetotaler did not hesitate at atall ataU atall
all over over the th champagne He drank a ahalfdozen ahalfdozen ahalfdozen
halfdozen glasses and grew gay and andboisterous andboisterous andboisterous
boisterous boisterousThen boisterousThen boisterousThen
Then the doctor feeling that hat he had hadhim hadhim hadhim
him said gruffly grufflyWell grufflyWell grufflyWell
Well John hoo does all this square squarewi
wi yer teetotal pretensions pretensionsThe
The prohibitionist as you would wouldcall wouldcan wouldcallS
call him here laughed and answered answeredThough answeredThough answeredThough
Though Im a stanch teetotler teetotlerIm
i Im no sic a fule as to refuse what the thedoctor thedoctor thed
doctor d ctor orders ordersCHEAP ordersCHEAP
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CHEAP RATES TO MEXICO MEXICODally MEXICODally MEXICODaily
Dally after February 15th until April April7th April7th prIl prIl7th
7th the Colorado Midland will sell selltickets ei1 ei1tickets l11 l11tickets
tickets Salt Lake to City of Mexico Mexicoand Mexltoand Mexicoand
and points north thereof for 54460 54460For 4460 4460For 44soFor
For Information and literature call callTicket gailTicket ll llTIcket
Ticket Office 77 West Second South SouthSalt S SOuthSaitLake uth uthSalt
Salt SaitLake Lake
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SATURDAY MATINEE AT 215 215Jules 215Jules 15 15JUles
Jules Murry presents presentsPAUL presentsPAUI
PAUL GILMORE G1LMORECAPTAIN GILMORCAPTAIN
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THE GREATEST GR rEST SWORD FIGHT FIGHTEVER FIGHTEVER FIGHTEVER
EVER PRODUCED ON THE STAGE STAGRPrices STAGEPrlces STAGEPrices
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TONIGHT TONIGHTMISS
MISS GEORGIA HARPER IN INNIOBE INNIOBE INNIOBE
NIOBE NIOBEClassical
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At the Saturday matinee of Niobe a aBeautiful aQeauUful aleauUfui
Beautiful portrait of Miss Harper will be begiven be1fen begiven
given to every e + olY lady A picture that is fit fitfor fIttor fitfor
for any home homeOn homeOn homOOn
On next Monday night March 1Iarch 5 a wed wedding1 wedding wedding
ding will take place between betw n Mr Georgo GeorgoHaley GeorgoHaley GoorgoHaley
Haley of the Georgia Harper Co And Anda
a young lady of the city citySunday citySundayMlss citySundayMiss
Sunday SundayMlss Miss Harper in FROU FROU FROUNight FROUNight FROUNight
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LAST BIG NIGHT TONIGHT TONIGHTof
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