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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

IT CJ < 8 1 + THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1905 Mi Wines es and a Mining inina Stocks 1 FINE GOLD ORE OREFROM OREFROMNATIONAL FROM FROMNATIONAL FROMNATIONALShoots NATIONAL NATIONALShoots Shoots Appear to Unite at atDepth atDepth atDepth Depth With Rich Streak StreakIntact Str StrakIntact ak akIntact Intact IntactAnother IntactAnother IntactAnother Another lot of fabulously rich gold goMore go14are goldore ore from the Combination lease on the theNational theNational theNational National Mining companys ground at atNational atNational atNational National was crushed yesterday at the theWinnemucca theWlnnemucca theWinnemucca Winnemucca assay office and shipped shippedby by express last evening to he smelter smelterby by the First National bank says the theHumboldt theHumboldt theHumboldt Humboldt Star This was a consign consignment consignment consignnient ¬ ment of five sacks of ore that was in intransit intransit lfltransit transit when the in...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

r THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 10 101909 1909 9 9I I 1 1Financinl Financial and Commercial J STCK STOCK 8ROKtRSRtMAnJ BROKERS BROKERSI I REMAIN nUn nUnNo QUIET QUIETNo No Disposition Disposion to Rush Into IntoNew IntoNew IntoNew New Ventures at End of ofthe ofthe ofthe the Week WeekSTEELS WeekSTEELS WeekA A STEELS PROMINENT PLACE PLACEGROWING PLACEGROWING PLACEGROWING GROWING DEMAND FOR MONEY MONEYAND MONEYAND MONEYAND AND LIMITED SUPPLY SUPPLYNew New York York Oct Oct 9 DTe 8The The Saturday trad trading trd trdIne tradIng ¬ ing in stocks stock proved prved to be the quietest quietestof quietet quietetot of the week There Ter was wa some evening up upof upot upof of accounts account and not much disposition dispositon to toenter toenter toenter enter on new commitments commitent at the end endof endof nd ndof of the week wok and with wih only one business businessday businessday businessday day to intervene Interene before bfore another holiday holidayon...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

ru e 10 + THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT SAlTLAKE LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 1909J J < BUSINESS GOOD GOODIN IN ALL LINES UNESShortage LINESShortage Shortage of Cars Interferes InterferesConsiderably InterferesConsiderably InterferesConsiderably Considerably With the theLumber theLumber theLumber Lumber Trade TradeHARDWARE TradeHARDWARE TradeHARDWARE HARDWARE SALES GOODI GOODCONFERENCE GOOD GOODCONFERENCE GOODCONFERENCE I CONFERENCE VISITORS LOOSEN LOOSENPURSE LOOSENplJR LOOSENPURSE PURSE plJR E STRINGS DURING WEEK WEEKConference WEEKConf WEEKConference Conference Conf rence mone money was much In evi evidence evldentf evidenrc ¬ dence during the lost la t week and the result resultwas resultwal resultwag was that the retailers and the wholesal wholesalers ¬ ers In most lines of business wore thy thygainers tMga thtgainers gainers ga f > rs The retail tall stores especially did dida a rushing bUHinese In banking circles circlesthe circlesthl the demand for money st...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

4 SOCIETY ERALD ERALDSECTION J LPUBLI MUSIC MUSICSECTION SECTION THREE SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 1 rs 4 r d 0 r SERE are many people who are arevery arevery TIERE T I very careful to avoid discussion discussionof of their private affairs even when whenwith whenwith whenwith with their most intimate fiends who whoyet whopt whoyet yet pt seem to throw caution to the winds windswhen windswhen windswhen when upon the street or In the cars carsThere conThere cnrsThere There they speak of personal matters matterswith matterswith matterswith with a freedom that makes their con conversations convErsations conversations ¬ versations highly interesting and at attimes attimes attimes times highly Instructive to the people peoplewho peoplewho peoplewho who are forced to play eavesdropper eavesdropperslmnly eavesdropperslmnly eavesdroppersimply slmnly because the people talking seem seemto seemto scornto to be entirely uncon unconscious cious of every everyone everyonearo...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

3 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 U < v vIn Winter Shoe Styles that thatPortray thatBoys a In the Childrens Department DepartmentBoys Portray the e Fashionable Vogue VogueOur Boys English Corduroy Suits in in dou double ¬ We are showing a fine line of the newble new newwinter Our shoe department now features a complete line of the newest newestWinter newestpants newestpants ble breasted coats co knickerbocker knickerbockerpants winter n r cloth coats for girls and chil children ¬ Winter shoe styles Every last and leather that is in popular popularor popularmanmsh pants and well tailored t styles Also Alsomannish fine Kermanni Ker Kerseys nobb Ii dren Made u up p in the nobby bby Y Ysli ¬ is the showing Of especial interest interestis interestdrum exclusive is or vogue among manni mannish cloth suits sli in dark and In me medium ¬ seys se Ys and an d Miltons Milt 11 ons in ill blues bl ues wines winesgreens wines WIllesurn is IS t the smart...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

s THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 3 I J t SOCIETY1 SOCIETY1Continue SOCIETY SOCIETYContlnue t I IContinued Continued Continue from Page 1 1rian 1roan roan Isadore Friedman FTI man and Hiss Rachel RachelrriPdman RacbelXrlrdman RachelFriedman Friedman of Philadelphia The party partywill partywill partywill will also be the gut of Mr and Mr MrM MrsM M Gordon at 216 East Sixth South street streetMrs streeti streetMrs > i < to totlrs Mrs George Olson has returned home homeafter bomeatff homeafter after a mon months s visit In Seattle and Port Portland Portland Portland ¬ land jje jjeMiss Miss Margaret Stewart left Monday for forNew forNew forNew New York City where she will attend attendOjmstock attendJmstock attendComstock Comstock school IICIto I during the coming com lAg year yearMr yearI yearMr > I < Mr Ir and Mrs St Clair Rivers returned returnedTuesday returnedIu returnedTuesday Tuesday Iu < sday from their wedding trip to the t...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

a zr 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 t t NEW VIOLINIST VIOLINISTCOMES 2 COMES COMESTO TO CITY CITYCalifornia CITYCalifornia California Instructor Will In Introduce Introduce Intraduce ¬ troduce New System of ofPlaying ofPlaying ofPlaying Playing Here HereProfessor HereProfessor HereProfessor Professor John Stensele recently of ofCalifornia ofCaliCornla ofCalifornia California arrived in Salt Lake during the last week and has taken quarters quartersat IUartf > rs rsat at the Raymond Hotel No 62 6 South Main street He is the th inventor of a at anew anew new system of the art t of violin play jnp which has proved highly success successnil nil tu and which he is employing emplo lng here in instructing classes now being bel J formed 1 Professor Stengele St mgtle has gained con considerable consllorable conslderable siderable renown as a violinist He is a pupil of the famous Joseph Joachim and other well known kn wn instruc ¬ tors in Europ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

L THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT S LT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 5 5I I u HS I THE GREENEW AtD fURNITURE C CO O I I In n Parlor furniture lirnilureThe sale saleI I The pieces are of ele elegant ¬ Upholstery of beauga beau beautiful beauI ¬ I I ga gant nt mahogany and andgolden tiful tapestry plush plusnand plusl1golden plushgolden golden oak Styles fit fitto and leathers leatherseaeil leatherseaeilto each eachpiece to grace gr c any parlor or ordrawing piece a work of art drawing room roomI I I 5 v 25 25PER 5 1p PER PERCENT CENT CENTDISCOUNT ° tfdtir tfdtirtia tia r + 255 SriSsM4t < fJjA fJjAA DISCOUNT DISCOUNTA + A magnificent line of parlor sets In Inthree This great 25 per cent off sale also alsoincludes alsothree alsothree three four and five pieces as well as asmany includes elegant bed Davenports in many manyelegant manymany manymany many elegant odd divans chairs and androckers elegant styles and our entire line of ofoverstuffed ofrockers ofrockers overstuffed...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

F1Th Q 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 State Society SocietyEPHRAIM SQd QdeWEPHRAIM ty I IEPHRAIM EPHRAIM EPHRAIMSpecial EPHRAIMSpfcIal EPHRAIMSpecial Special to The HeraldRepabllcan HeraldRepabllcanEphraim HeraldRepublicanEphraim HeraldRepubleanEphraim Ephraim Oct 9 9A A delightful surprise surpriseparty aurprlleparty surpriseparty party wa > given last night at the Pa Palillon Pa1lJlon Parillon lillon In honor of Ora Hanson who leaves leavesin in a short time to fulfill a mission ml slon in the thenorthern thenonhern thenorthern northern states in the interest of the theMormon theMormon theMorison Mormon church The crowd assembledshortly assembled assembledfhoitlv lissembledfhortlv shortly after 730 and marched to the theJi tbeh theJnomu Ji Jnomu > n H of Mr Hanson They remained for fora a short time when they retired to the theLund theLund theLund Lund Hanson pavilion where they theytlitv theydaned theyiiatn tlitv daned rd until shor...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

c r c cTHE cTHE THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 L Tsiate I State Society SocietyEUREKA I IEUREKA EUREKA EUREKASpecial EUREKASpecial EUREKASpecial Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanEureka Eureka Oct 9 9Mrs Mrs Junius McEwan McEwanhas McEwanhas has moved to Eureka from Lehl and andJlr andlIr andMr Jlr and Mrs M McEwan will reside on onthe onthe onthe the Summit for the winter winterJesse winterJesse winterJesse Jesse Earls returned last Monday Mondayfrom Mondayfrom Mondayfrom from a few days visit In Salt Lake City CityMrs CityMrs CityMrs Mrs Lynn Smith of Knlghtsville who whohas whobas whohas has been critically ill for the past week weekis is now recovering recoveringGeorge recoveringGeorge recoveringGeorge George Chase has moved his family familyfrom familytrom familyfrom from Sprlngville and they will reside residein in Knightsville KnightsvilleMiss Miss Pearl Stewardson came from fromSalt fromSalt fromSalt Salt Lake last Sunday...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 Stale tatt Soci Society SocietyBINGHAM ocie1 ocie1BINGHAM ty I IBINGHAM BINGHAM BINGHAMXtal kcal < jal to Tn < > HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanSham Sham Oct t 9 911r Mr and Mrs Ed EdWiKox EdWikox EdWilcox WiKox and children of Mercur Mercurjust MercurJust Mercurjust just arrived In camp where they theyd d to o rt reside ide = permanently Mr Wll Wilt U Us s a trother bro her of Sherman Wilcox WilcoxGeorge WilcoxGeorge Wilcoxc c George Kiser of Salt Lake ac acanifd aeanied acanted anted by her brother A Case of ofWas ofWas of1tias Was in camp the first of theth the theth theth th guests su ts of her husband hu band who whopr whollltlOn whopt pr llltlOn > ition at the Markham mill mill3Mi millJ1 millat 3Mi at i Mrs W V Simmons are re reig reQHr rely ig ocr the arrival of f a fine baby babysrs srs Daisy Mazie and Pearl Adder Adderre re 1 tl tb i guests of Misses 1Ils es Frances France...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

F Ti TiSALT 0 0SALT o SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERI SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 9 h I Stat late Sod Society SocietyMANTI odeWMANTI ty I IMANTI MANTI MANTISpecial MANTISpecial MANTISpecial Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMantl Mantl Oct 9 9The The Ladles Literary Literaryclub Literaryclub Literaryclub club held the first meeting of the fall fallseason tallseason fallseason season at the club rooms during the theveek theweek theWeek week President Tenn Brown gave the theopening theopening theopening opening address which was well re received received received ¬ ceived and greatly appreciated appr lated by all allthe alltho alltho tho members The pap pa paper r by Mrs Kate KateSnow KateSnow KateSnow Snow The Family Pocketbook Pocketbookcaused PocketbookcaUed Pocketbookcaused caused considerable con ldemble dlvusaion The Thedelegates Thedelegates Thedelegates delegates selected from the club to at attend attend attend ¬ tend the State Federation of Wome...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 Estate I State Sod Society SocietyNEPHI ty I INEPHI NEPHI NEPHII NEPHIIeclal NEPHIISeetaI I Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanNtphi Ntphi Nt phi Oct li 9Mrs Mrs rs W V A Knox of ofBeaver orDNYer ofJ3eer Beaver Is the guest of Mrs Hyrum Jen JenBcn Jensn Jenv Bcn BcnW W V A Starr was in town Tuesday TuesdayMiss TuesdaMiss TuesdayMiss Miss Estelle McPherson IcPher on entertained entertainedthe the th Sewing club cIu Thursday evening eveningThese eveningThese eveningThue These present were Misses Clara Cole ColeBertha ColeBcrtha ColeBrtha Bertha McPherson Pearl Wright WrightPrantes Wri VrlglltFrn gilt giltFrnes Prantes Frn es Grundy Maud Orrack Ruby RubyM RubylPheraon RubyMPherson M Pherson Ethel Wright Eager Jane JaneMcPherson JaneMcPherson JaneMcPherson McPherson Nellie Housen Brown BrownLulu BrownLulu BrownLulu Lulu McPherson Mayme Riches La Lavern Lavern LaVera vern Sowly Sowl Florence Haynes Ida ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

9 JL MAGAZINE Bl I THEA ZF EA TERS I ISECTION MAGAZINEi HERAL HERALSECTION i lE D BlJ J Pi J 1J 1JSECTION TJ1I SECTION FOUR SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 10 1909 PAGES 1 TO 4 x r 5 5bnV bnV t ty + o r t tt t ii 4a 4aYL r v1 ccrmJ L as P r y vi J Ir 3 L Lay YL YLd vTr 4 4et ay F rT d k et f T R I J4JL J4JLb 7 7d I f 1 d q w 0 J 4 4Y frilL t b J m 1 1i + Y 4 tYy tYyr CrIYC1 51I 51Ifui i fui i s si r r + d di de1 II y C = t S SI i I r7 na nat i I n nI t wt e1 e1c t a 3 en eni enr I j7 c 1 k2 Jr JrS c T i E Ef v S r s r rpY pY r1 r1FNA i r FNA a 2 e h hR s n nN + R hF nny k kX ki N > r 1 ij = de det = t < f t 4 + t i p p5iy Wff Wffb b 5iy f d X F9 F9e 3 ry i t h4hA I t 4 a as cc C r < + e F FkR s t + kR < s dri x + t jHE fIE purple girl may look as fair and frivo rrivobus frivolous trtvoT ¬ lous as she will but there is a great deal dealmore dealmore dealmore T more In her pretty lavenders mauveeheliotropes mauves mauvesheliotropes mauvesheliotropes heliotropes violets ...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

fr t ti i 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 a ayMAllr U yMAllr J I Continued from last Sunday SundayIs I Is the father expecting you sir sirWall sirVoll sirWo Wall not exactly at this moment momentrvidontly momenttvidonU momentev1dont1y rvidontly or he h would have told you to tobo tobe tobo bo ready r9lid for us u But we can wait and andmy andmy andn my n sister will be greatly obliged to you youif youtf youIf if you ou can let her Just wash her face faeonnd faconnd faceI I nnd hands handrtI L I am on my way to mass slr 1r tho thorather thofather thetathet rather said nothing to me of your com coming comIng corno ¬ ing ingSo So o I see my good coul IIOU But did he heHot hehot he1ot Hot tell you OU w we were likely to come for forbreakfast forLreakfn forbreaktat7 breakfast breakfastThe breaktat7The t tThe The father fasts until mags on Sun Sunila Sunda Sunlay ila lay > sir sirYes sirYea sirYe Yes Ye of course cour e but I am not a priest pri...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDR PUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 3 i shy 9 s g 1 1I I 11 J Ja Jr JPROGRAM 1 f a J r PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK WEEKSalt WEEKSalt WEEKti ti Salt Lake Theatre TheatreMrs Airs Leslie LeslieCarter LeslieCarter LeslieCarter Carter in Vasta Herne begin beginning beglnnlng beginfling ¬ fling Monday night and continuing for the week with matinees Wed Wednesday Vednsday ¬ r rti ti nesday and Saturday SaturdayOrpheum SaturdayOrpheum s Orpheum Theatre TheatreVaudeville Vaudeville all allthe allthe allthe the week beginning tonight with withmatinees withmatinees withmatinees matinees daily except Sunday SundayColonial SundayColonial SundayColonial Colonial Theatre TheatreThe The Girl From FromRectors FromRectors FromRectors Rectors Sunday Monday Ionda Tues Tuesday Tuesday ¬ 4 day and Wednesday nights and andWednesday andWednesday s sWednesday Wednesday matinee Internation International ¬ al Grand Opera company Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬ d...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909 REGAINED HEALTH HEALTHFOR HEALTHFORWEAKWOMEN HEALTHFOR FOR FORWEAKWOMEN FORWEAKWOMENi WEAK WOMEN WOMENAND WOMENAND i AND SUFFERING MEN MENTHE BY BYChiropractic B BChiropractic Y Chiropractic ChiropracticI I c THE NEW METHOD OF OFANALYZING OFANALYZING OPANALYZING ANALYZING THE SYMP SYMPTOMS SYMPTOMS SYMPTOMS ¬ TOMS AND ADJUSTING ADJUSTINGTHE THE PHYSIpAL PHYSI AL CAUSE CAUSEOF OF DISEASE DISEASECHIROPRACTIC DISEASECHIROPRACTIC DISEASECHIROPRACTIC CHIROPRACTIC means the science of ofn ofr4tt ofnet n net t only being able to analyze and locate locatethe loeatethe locatethe the physical cause cause e of disease < but also to toprovide toprolde toprovide provide an adequate means of adjusting adjustingor J1g J1gor or removing this cause promptly and andp andpmanently per permanently permanently ¬ manently manentlyThe The normal body Is a perfect machine machineJust machineJust machineJust Just so long as one part...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

i 1 THE 4 AT r TcF COMIC COMICSECTION k c SECTION HERALD EPTJBLICA SUNDAY SUNDAYOCT SUNDAYc r I y t tJ T OCT 101909 10 1909 1909I J r r ry r r I Li Uncle Una Ie Louie < tarb 5tar s ct ctSURE AL n Fisbittq Trite c cTf 1 1I = C R i C GOODBYE GO OD 6YE 6YEFISNINGr IM IMGOING GOING GOINGFISHING ING liyt liytENOf = GOOD BYE BUENOS jT WE G HTsSENOR DIAS GUNSAIBQ I IE ILL ILLSENOR < < FISHING I MtT DER DERGUESS DERSENOR a SENOR FNENEIMERt gE E MT You O OA N Nou SENOR ENOf GUNStL GUNSALRDt O Os is isi2 i2 ou READY ARE TO TOFISHING A MINUTE FISHING GO S S1 t Tf = I + 0 0I 0A r 1 t I A U1 Lt1G E EGRE t 4 If Ify I GRE G RE ASL ASLHELP Fa ViL ViLi ViLHELP 7 jY jYI jYlT T s y i 2C r HELP u 7 SOME SOMEu n i ti1 ti1J = i < I I 4 J lT = I SURE or De DER4REASIER QUEASIER QUEASIEROH GfE SER W WI WDE t tAER rr ro i i11411ir l AER DE EASIEr EASIErI SE m mI VQTCH VQTCHr VQTCH5r I I I 1 0 r s ° 1f T t fii fiiil il f fr3r r r 11411ir t J f fI fI I Ir IEET rw i ii a 1 V r3r 2 9 9L i j i i iUk 4...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

fr THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH 42 42WILLIE 4 i a < 1 1i WILLIE TRIES TOE TO IMPROVE t THE TH ART ART10F 10F OF SELF i DEFENSE DEFENSEDEAR ° l 1S 1t XTll I IExlenDeR r S T > i t > I 11 11i I t EilN ExlenDeR ExlenDeRoncEALED t > E EOMCEALEb r + i < OMCEALEb iIhfIDEGLOVE I I11iI 11iI IhfIDEGLOVE EGLOVE EGLOVEWILLIE WILLIE wlLuEWESTINGilOUSE WILLIEWESTltiGHOUSE f n i WESTltiGHOUSE WESTINGilOUSE5MlT I ItSOH i tSOH tSOHSMITH ACCORDION AC < ORDIRN PLEATS PLEATSYOUR PLEATSr SMITH SMITHPAT 1 PAT PATY r e etY 1 ii iio N + ii tY Y LOSING YOUR YOURMANt fcMW > WHEN HEN DELIVERING ABWWfTttE GLOVe GLOVefXTEtUE GLOVEIS < 5LOV5EXTENDED IS EXTENDEDABaUT EXTENDED ABOUT 81HCKE RETURN TO NORMAL POS PoS4TIOH TIOH QOKKLY QOKKLYAH QVKKLYAND QURKLYAHD AH AND YOUR OPPONENT DOBitiT KHOW WNATaIAPPEHED WNATaIAPPEHEDL WNATaIAPPEHEDl WHATHAJ liHAl HAPPlHE > PEHE I I 1 DEAR TOMMY We have a gym in the garige now and Papas got a physical Instructor Papa a gets awfully provoked...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 October 1909

ill THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH JINGLING JOHNSON ILLUSTRATES TES THE HORRORS OF MOTOi MOTOiATAilDWl6HriNHI5MOTORBOATTHELori MOTORBOA MOTOROATING MOTOROATINGATMIDNIGHTIN TIN G ATAilDWl6HriNHI5MOTORBOATTHELori AT1IDNIGHlti HIS MOTOR6 MOTOtsOATTHE AT11iE L LON4C ttCi < I sLIM 5Ll CAPTAIN LAY LAYAND LlYAN LAYAND 1 TiHEYTURMEDTHE E TO RNED1HE ENSIGN URSIPDSUtfs UR51D cewNj WN A616NAL A OF OFDIST DISTRESS DISTRESSONE DI5mESSONE ES ESONE HE BEACHED EAeDHE THE SHORE AND TOLD HlSTAlEV HIS 7Ale n To TO OUR ASSISTANCE OORASS1STAHC COMeJ COMeJTHE COHE COHEn co11 co11TNE AND AN PRAYED HIS ANCHOR ABLEWOUIPNOTPARtANDGIV CABLE U0UtP NOT PARTAND GIVEAWAY GIVEAWAYTHCCREW > AWAY rAWAYIIrCRE1VWERESICKINAGoNVTHEYLgYUPoten4 AWAYiHeCREW ONE LOAF LOAPOr OF BREAD D A ACt Cfltf CANOFBEANSIrWAS OF Be BEANS NS I TytAS AN iM AW AUfUL AWFuLMESS AWFuLMESSHEL UL N ES5 ES5f THE VILLAGERSDJPSTRETCH VILLAGERS DIPSlRETCH AND GAPe ANDSAlDottHAHOPHM ANDSAlDottHAHOPHMUP AtH > sAID n OHHAHO ElUM ElUM...

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