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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

K i iS j tJ c cj Wt S 2 THE THEHERALDR HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALD REPUBLICAN PUBLl N SALTLAKE SALT L LAKE KE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTQBER2419091 OCTOBER 24 19O9 TRICKERY fUND fUNDBY FOUND FOUNDBY BY REPUBLICANS REPUBUCANSAmerican American Party Has Nefarious NefariousScheme NefariousScheme NefariousScheme Scheme It Is Trying Tryingto to Work WorkORDERS WorkORDERS WorkORDERS ORDERS ARE SENT OUT OUTATTEMPT OUTATEMPT OUTATTEMPT ATTEMPT ATEMPT MADE TO INFLUENCE INFLUENCETHE THE TH E CITY RECORDER RECORDERPolitical RECORDERPoltc RECORDERPolitical Political Poltc trickery trce on the te part prt of J E EDarmer EDarer EDarmer Darer Darmer city chairman tor the te Amen American Amer Amencart ¬ can c party paty was ws discovered discovere yesterday yesterdayafternoon yateray yaterayaftroon yesterdayafthrnoon afternoon aftroon which reveals revels a plot to keep keeptie keepte keepthe tie te names naes of the fULlon furIon candidates cndidates for fortha forte forthG tha te city council counci off o...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

Q < THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT SALTLAKE LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 241909 24 1909 3 I DRUNKEN CROWD CRO1DIs I IIS IS BOISTEROUS BOISTEROUSRoisterers I I I Roisterers Cheer Americans Americansand AmericansInsult and Insult Residents in inBrigham inBrigham inBrigham Brigham Street StreetHowling StreetHowling StreetHowllng I Howling like a band of savages a acoterie acoterie acoteFle coterie of Individuals who proclaimed proclaimedIn 1 In stentorian tones that thatthey they were from fromIllinois fromIllinois fromIllinois Illinois made Friday night hideous In Intlie Inthe Inthe the vicinity of Fourth East and Brig 1 lam am streets The men had been drink drinking drinkIng drinkIng ¬ ing until they had lost all regard for forthe forthe forthe the rights of othors When people liv llvng livIng livng Ing > ng near by came out to expostulate expostulatetrie tile roisterers used insulting language languagefind find cried out outWere outcre outWere Were cre from Illinois Il lnols Were ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY TYUTAH UTAH SUNDAY SUDAYOTOBER OCTOBER 241909 24 1909 co THE TilE SALT LAKE LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEHERALD LAKEHERALD HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICANTHE HERALD REPUBLICAN REPUBLICANTilE TilE INTERMOUNTAIN REPUBLICAN REPUBLICANEstablished REPTIDLICANEstablished REPUBLICANEstablished Established Feb 12 130 130THE 11UTilE i iTIlE TilE SALT LAl LAKE HERALD HERALDEstablished HEItAIOEstablished IIEItAIEstablished Established June 6 1870 1870Only 1870Only 1870Only Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity Lakecity City Utah TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION SUBSCRIPTIONDAILY DAILY AND SUNDAY SUNDAyone One month 75 cents one oneyear oneyear Oneyear year 800 800SUNDAY 800SUNDAyone 800SUNDAYOne SUNDAY SUNDAyone One year 200 200SEMIWEEKLY 200SEMIWEEKLYln 200SEMIWEEKLYTn SEMIWEEKLY In advance one year 150 150tlx 150six 150tlx tlx months 75 cents centsSubscribers centsSubscrIbers centsSubscribers Subscribers wishing address of paper changed chang...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

o THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 241909 24 1909 6 CITY HT TICKET TICKETName IS ISNOW ISNOCOMPLETE NOW NOCOMPLETE COMPUTE COMPUTENam 9 9am Name am of George N Lawrence LawrenceasTcity LawrenceasCity Lawrenceas asTcity as City Attorney Is IsFiled IsFiled IsFiled Filed FiledflEPUBLICAN FiledREPUBLICAN FiledREPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN SENTIMENT SENTIMENTEACH SEN lMENT lMENTEACH EACH CANDIDATE IS STRONG STRONGAND STRONGAND STRONGAND AND VICTORY IS ASSURED ASSUREDThe The last vacancy In the Republican Republicancity city ticket was filled yesterday morning morn mornIng mornIng Ing when the name of George N Law Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence ¬ rence for city attorney was filed with withthe withthe withthe the city recorder filling the vacancycaused vacancy vacancycaused vacancycaused caused by the resignation of I E WII ley With the passing of the last day for filling vacancies vacancies yesterday the thecampaign tbecampaign thecampaign campaign is really on with only threet...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

fr frb b 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 241909 241909NEWS 24 1909 1909A 1909ADOUBLE A DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTING NEWS CONTAINING GRANITE IE ELEVEN ELEVENOUTPUTS ELEVENOUTPLAYS ELEVENOUTPLAYS OUTPLAYS OUTPUTSJunction OGDEN OGDENJunction Junction City Boys Fail to toScore toScore toScore Score Against Veteran VeteranTeam VeteranTeam VeteranTeam Team TeamOPEN TeamOPEN TeamOPEN OPEN PLAY USED ENTIRELY ENTIRELYLEGGRON ENTIRELYLEGGRON ENTIRELYLEGGRON LEGGRON AND SUTHERLAND AC ACCOUNT ACCOUNT ACCOUNT ¬ COUNT FOR SCORES SCORESIn In one of the greatest t games of football footballever ever witnessed on the new Granite field fieldthe fieldthe fieldthe the Granite football team Saturday after afternoon atterroon afternoon ¬ noon defeated defeated the Ogden eleven to the thetune thetune thetune tune of 12 1 to 0 It was spectacular spectacularthroughout spectacularthroughout spectacularthroughout throughout with pretty plays and the theknowledge theImowledge theknowledge ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

THE TH HERALDBERUBLtCANj If RALDREPUB LCAN SALT LAKE LAKECITY CITY UTAH UTAHSUNDAY SUNDAY OCTOBER 241909 241909AH 24 1909 7 7I r F I AH IMPORTANT SPORTS FROM FROMEVERYWHERE EVERYWHERE I MEXICO EXPECTS tXPECTSGREAT EXPECTSGREATRACING GREAT GREATRACING GREATRACINGiuarez RACING RACINGJuarez Juarez Track Will Compare CompareFavorably CompareFavorably CompareFavorably Favorably With American AmericanCircuits AmericanCircuits AmericanCircuits Circuits CircuitsPURSES CircuitsPURS CircuitsPURSES PURSES PURS SASSURE ASSURE CLASSNINETY CLASS CLASSDAYS CLASSNINET NINETY DAYS DP BOpKED BOP ED WITH WITHSTART WITHSTART WITHSTART START DECEMBER 1 1That 1That 1That That Mexico will ill become one of the thegreateet Utegre thegreatest greatest gre tesf racing centers In the world la lathe isthe Iathe the prophecy of the promoters of the theImmense thelmnfens theImmens Immense plant that Is In process rocess of con construction constrUction constrUction ¬ struction at Juarez directly across the thebo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

f 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALD HERALDdREPUBLICAN REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY SUNDAYOtO OCTOBER ER 241909 24 1909 I NEWS OF UTAH AND ND ADJOINING STATES Ogden News NewsOffice Office Offlce410 410 Twentyflfth street streetCirculation streetCIrcu1ation etreotClrculaUon Circulation Department 168 66 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentyfifth TwentYflfth fifth Street 100 A MONTH MONTHADUtD MONTHJ MONTHADDEDTO ADUtD ADDEDTO TO PAY PAYSuperintendent PAYSuperintendent J Superintendent Whitney of the theUnion theUnion theUnion Union Pacific Goes to the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern Southern Pacific PacificSpecial PacificSpecial PacificSpecial Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden Ogden Get 23 2iIW W A Whitney super superintendent superIntendent euperIntendant ¬ intendent of the Utah division of the theUnion theUnion theUnion Union Pacific railroad with headquarters headquartersat at Ogden has accepted the superinten superintendercy superlntendercy superintendercy dercy o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

i ij 5 s THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 241909 24 1909 9 Additional AdditionalSports AdditionalSports Additionali i Sports STARS SIARS COMPETE BUT HO NORECORDS HOARE O Oan RECORDS RECORDSARE ARE AREBan BROKEN BROKENSan Ban an Francisco Oct 23 23The The field and andtrack andtraok avdfrack track meet In connection with the thePortola thePortola themany Portola festival was held yesterday yesterdaymany yesterdaymany yester4ayalthough many athletes of national reputation reputationcompeting reputationcompeting reputationRECORDSARE competing No records were broken brokenalthough brokennlthough brokenyard although fast time was made In all allevents allevents allevents events The feature of the day was the thedefeat thedefeat thedefeat defeat of Smlthson Sml 1son winner of the 120 120yard 120yard 120competing yard hurdles In tho Olympic games at atLondon atLondo atLondo Londo by Edwards of the University Universityof i of CalifornIa who equalled Smlthsons Smlthso...

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

1 to THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 241909 24 1909 I VICTORY FOR MURDOCH SEEMS SEEMSCERTAIN SEEMSCERTAIN CERTAIN CER TAIN AS ELECTION NEARS WEll FITTED FOR FOROfFlCf FOROFFICE OFFICE Of MAYOR MAYORLife Life Story of the Next Chief ChiefExecutive ChiefExecutive ChiefExecutive Executive of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity City Citys CityFrom 0 0000 0000V < V From the moment that James D DMurdoch DMurdoch DMui < < s > Murdoch Mui doch received the nomination nominationfor 4 < i itor > 4 < > for mayor of Salt Lake on the Re Republican 0 0publican 4 < > publican ticket the tide has been beensetting beeno 4 o < > setting stronger and stronger in inhis Inhis 4 4 his favor A great many inquiries inquirieshave 9 4have < 9have have been made concerning him himby himby 4 4 < > by many voters and the more they theyhave theyV 4 < > 4 < V > have heard about his business ex exparlance exo 4 < > o < > ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

g I Th 4wJ 4wJSOCIETY SOCIETY HERALD IRLIFIJBLTCAN MUSIC MUSICSECTION wiusicSECTIONTHREE SECTION SECTIONTHREE THREE SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY SUNDAYOCTOBER241909 OCTOBER 241909 24 1909 PAGES 1 TO 8 NE festival of the year that tmtthe be belongs belongs ¬ ONE c longs alike to young and old Is Isthe Isthe I the celebration on the eve of All AllSaints AllSaints AllSaints Saints day the ancient Halloween It ItIs ItIs ItIs Is a time when pranks of all sorts are In Inorder Inorder Inorder order and jokes that would not be tol tolerated tolerated tolorated ¬ erated at any other time are not only onlycondoned onlycondoned onlycondoned condoned but are really enjoyed by all allparticipating allparticipating allparticipating participating In the fun The wanton wantondestruction wantondestruction wantondeetruetlon destruction of property Is of course as asmuch asmuch asmuch much to be decried In this celebration celebrationas as 8 In any other and It Is because of the thevandalism thevandalis...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

c f r 2 1 lHE HE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 241909 24 1909 i SOCIETY SOCIETYContinued t TYL 1 1Continued Continued from Page 1 1twined 1twined I Itwined twined about the rooms with charming charmingi i Meet In the dining room a cut glass glassbowl gllU8bowl glassbowl I bowl of carnations graced the center of ofthe otthe ofthe the table where Mrs Ilewett was as assisted assisted ¬ I sisted by Mrs Irs Kent O Keyes Mrs MrsGeorge Mrscaeorge Mrseorge George eorge Armstrorg Armstror g Miss lIs Marjorie Nlbley NIbleyand Nlbleyand Nlbleyand and Mrs W H McManus The house houseI houserrze rrze I nze ze in the bridge game was won by Mrs MrstYank MrPrank MrsFrank Prank Bird BirdThe BirdThe BirdThe The Post Bridge club met Tuesday aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬ ernoon at the quarters of Mrs Hdwln HdwlnButcher BdwlnButrher IhdwlnItuteher Butcher and the bridge prizes wore award awarded ¬ ed to Mrs C E Reese and Mrs Paul PaulPotter PaulPotter PaulPotter Potter PotterA...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

L g r < p THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDR PUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITYr CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 241909 24 1909 3 I I I PERSONA PERSONALS PERSONALSColonel S r i iColonel Colonel and alas F W Dunn and31rs and andairs andMrs airs S H H Black have h vetnken taken apart apartments aDBrtments ¬ T ments at atthe the Arlington 416 First Firsta Firstanue a avfe avfenue t tnue nue 5 6 3fc 3fcMr Mr Ir and Mrs Clarence G Barron are arenow arenow arenow now at home In No No2 2 Oak apartments apartmentsMiss I IMi Ii i Miss Mi Aftdn Af ton Young will return next nextSaturday nextSaturday I ISatur1 Saturday Satur1 y from rom a months visit In New NewYork NewYork i York YorkMrs I Ia IT IMrs a T 1 Mrs Gustave GUst v Billings I tlna of Cincinnati Cincinnatiis Cln nnatl nnatlIs is spending spen lng a week in Salt Lake as the theguest thegue theguest guest gue t of Mrs Justus Jungk JungkMrs JungkMrs 1 1Irs Mrs Irs Minnie Thompson and nd Mrs MrsCurtis Mrs1 MrsCurtis Curtis Warren returned Thursday from froma...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

s i 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 241909 I 4 I 0 6 6I I I I Ii Il i l s v vg vI vg4 g I g4 3 d dS S p S Sii ii Gorinania Liquor Co Wholesalers WholesalersSalt I ISalt Salt Lake City CityTruck CityTh T Th he H HElectric Electric ElectricTruck Electricr ElectricTruck Truck TruckIs I r Is I rapidly rnp IY coming g to the the front for hauling purposes in cities with withirH withirly withirh irH level streets st ets A fiveton electric truck will travel easily at the ther theTlfe Tlfe r I tt f nf i ten miles per hour while a horsedrawn hor edrawn outfit of the same samepauty sameldeity sameidt pauty idt t will not do better than four miles per hour Thus with an anU anhtric I < U htric i < trio truck you ou can do two and onehalf times as much work as a aorsodrawn aI I orsodrawn r drawn vehicle of the same capacity The electric truck does doesii doesnot doesrtquire ii not < t require a mechanic ms hanlc for a driver the same man who drives the thehorse...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 241909 24 1909 5 c r State SOCi SociW SociWMANTI ty I IMANTI MANTI MANTISpecial MANTISpecial MANTISpecial Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanMantl Mantl Oct 23 23During During the regular regularweekly reSUlarWeekly regularweekly weekly meeting of the Ladies Literary Literarytiub LIterarylub tiub last week a most profitable time timeas v as spent Mrs W V C Snow who was wasa a delegate to the state federation gavef gave gavea f 3 a good report of the work done in the themetropolis th thmetropoUs themetropolis metropolis which proved most inter interesting intarpsting interesting ¬ esting Mrs MrsA A H Christensen eonaucted con conducted conlUcted ¬ ducted the lesson in rhetoric and Mnj MnjI lIx lIxI Mri I R Clark gave a talk on the life of ofHawthorne ofHawthorne ofHawthorne Hawthorne concluding with a reading readingof of the first two chapters of the Scarlet ScarletLetter ScarletLetter ScarletLetter Letter Mrs C W ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 24190S 24 1909 7 State Society SocietyLEHI I ILEHI LEHI LEHISpecial LEHISpecial LEHIf f Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanLehl jerald Republlcan Lehl Oct 23 ILehl Lehl is to have a modern modernenthusiastic moderns s enthusiastic literary society This was wasdecided wasdecided wasdecided decided upon Thursday afternoon when a anumber anumber anumber number of ladles met at the home of Mrs MrsJohn MrsJohn MrsJohn John Y Smith They named several committees com committees ¬ mittees and and then adjourned to tomeet meet at the thehome ther r home of Mrs W V E Hasler next Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Vednesday ¬ day afternoon Charter members of the thesociety thesociety society are ar Mrs John Y Smith Mrs MrsKarl MrsKarl MrsKarl Karl Hopkins Mrs TV E Hasler Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles Mrscharles Charles C Friel Mrs H C Holbrook HolbrookMrs HolbrooklIrs HolbmokMrs Mrs G L Stookey Mrs John Cutler CutlerMrs CutlerMra Cutler...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

t < S THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 241909 24 1909 I State Society SocietyLOGAN SOti scieLOGAN ty I ILOGAN LOGAN LOGANSpecial LOGANSpecial LOGANSpecial Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanLogan Logan Oct 22 2An An event of first im importance Importance Smportance ¬ portance In the social world here was th thdance the thedance thedance dance given on Friday evening by the theUniversity thetnlverslty thetnlversity University club It was held in the Pa PaviUon Pavltion Pathon viUon and was attended by a throng of ofsociety orSOltety o osotety society folk some of whom came from fromSail fromSalt fromgaIt Sail Lake Among the Salt Lakers were wereSamuel wertSamuel wereSamuel Samuel Newnouse Mr and Mrs Joel JoelJiibley Joelbley Joelibley Jiibley ibley and Lieutenant Banschl Miss MissGwilliam Ml MlwUllam MaL wUllam < Mrs rrL Harold Peery and Mire MireHarmon 101188Harmon MlaBarmon L Harmon of Ogden were also present presentMr Mr and Mrs Andrew Pe...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

V V1IAGAZINE I MAGAZINE flfJ4JJfl I THEATERS THEATERSSECTION I ISECTION SECTION FOUR SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 24 1909 PAGES 1 TO 4 t For or 25oaoMie o o oe < s eLawHcra eLawHcraFormer a o Unfortunate Unfortunatea Former ClJicagoan And < SheNowBid < s Fair a toEncfHcrAma toEncfHcrAmaCareer o oJug R Jug Career ee as a < windtferBehincl win theBar arc < s ofanJSaatern o an a ern Jaa Jaammz a aR x r rw s K T t t tJ ta A j 6 tK y ti a 1 r rt J i t f s 3 l lx a i r V4r rl l 4 x J4 I t LIr4 1 1n n f plfSk y ys t f c i + + r s 1 i Ac ii > < i fi I I 4 r f r rr r J h hy f y v 1 r r r r mmz rI rII + 5 I Ii r i A r I r rf f r rr r i s1I < 1 o 6 < 4 Ii Q Q1f 1 1r 1I > > hv = 7 w JJ JJft > 1f 1f7 4 4r r = J 4 4i1jli I ft I I < I Y i1jli = = = J r or B I orr orrC J J < C > U R If Ifc j jv a > t Ff Ffr FfT c = r VirY VirYf T t1 a Jlfj litJ o Jh JhJ lr lru3 dI f l < t IilfIIiJjIN1r u3 A 0 IHiF J A 1 i 3iMIffll i e rfs r r 1 w EAUTIFUL Spp...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

1 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UTAHSUNDAY SUNDAY OCTOBER 241909 24 1909 fl n a i I > yMAur kjir n I I A < I Id q Continued from last Sunday SundayI I raked my wits over and over again againiu iu 11 repeated attempts to answer these thesequestions theseqUfltlons thesequestions questions only to give up the puzzle as ashopeless ashopeless ashopeless hopeless hopelessNo No one came near me again all that thatafternoon thataUrnoon thatifternoon afternoon and evening and as a the hours hoursl hourspassed hourspassed l passed > aased the thought of what was In InFtore inFtore Intore Ftore for me on the morrow became becameTnre becamemre becameTire Tire and more oppressive oppre slve And when whent it t length I heard the warders going goingtheir goinghpir goingluir their night rounds I am free to con confess conf88 conless ¬ less I was very close to despair despairI I could not sleep for the shuddering shudderingorror orror of the thing In vain I told my myelf myIf ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 October 1909

fee feeTHE P THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 241909 24 1909 3 I h r f1 f1L T L 10 10rfi 1 I J r rfi W WPROGRAM PROGRAM OF THE WEEK WEEKSalt WEEKi WEEKSalt Salt Lake Theatre ThelltreA A Gentleman + From Mississippi llIs tSBlppl beginning Mon Monday Monday Monday i day night and running during durfng the theweek theweek + f week with matinees Wednesday and andSaturday ands andSaturday + Saturday s u ut + Orplieum Theatre TheatreVaulIevllIe Vauaeville all allthe allthe allthe + t the week beginning tonight and andnmnlng andrunning 4 4i i running tile week with matinees matineesdally t t tt + t dally except Sunday SundaColonial + t Colonial Theatre TheatreA A Knight Inl 6 ht for aDay a nDR + + + 4 Day DR beginning tonight and running runningall + + all tho week with matinees Wednes + day da and Saturday Saturdayunga13w i + Bungalow Theatre TheatreArington Arlngton Arln ton play playera pla plaen players + > era In Host Lnne tonight tonight Begin Beginning I 4 ...

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