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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 November 1909

r 1 = Th wn Chances to find work Ii 1 hS4LIF THE METAL Weatau 12 1 Silver 50 Today for all who have abil Copper cath 12 946c utah and ity and inclinationare Pages 11 Lead per 100 lbs 440 ° afforded by the want ads Fair InterMounIn Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 4 1909 1 Price lS Cents Tl1e Vol t ff e Herala No 6 VoL 15 No S fOUR YEARS ON UUTSIDf Tammany Tiger Will Be Un able to Regale Himself at Expense of the City Under Incoming Administration GAYNOR ELECTED BUT WILL HAVE Ll TLE TO SAY Board of Estimates While Composed Mainly of Demo crats Was Elected by Fu sion Votes on Tuesday Last BANNARD TO BE GOVERNOR New York Nov 3Battlescarred Tammany which yesterday elected a mayor but lost a city took up today the gloomy work of setting its house I in order for four years of avowed 1 antiTammany government in I Greater New York An analysis shows that the election whlc1 resulted In the defeat by the feslon force of every Important Tam mary Democratic candidate below tnb mayor w...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 November 1909

= TI U I I I t 2 HERALDREPUBLlCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 4 1909 S MEETING OF MERCHANTS Greater Salt Lake Food and Indus trial Exposition Is Subject of Discussion Judging from reports made at the meet ing last night at the boosters committee of the Greater Salt Lake Food and In dustrial exposition with the mombers at the Salt Lake Retail Merchants associa tion and local manufacturers at the city in the Boyd Park block the exposition will be the most successul affair ot the kind ever held here The principal object ot the meeting was to discuss ways and means ot boosting the attendance at the exposition A A Trent general manager of the show for the Merchants association waz present at the meeting and gave a number of pointers he had gaIned In his past expe rllnce In conducting expositions ot this kind 1Ir Trent reported that slxtyseen ex hlbtom will be represented at the ex position which will open In the Audi torium on Richards street Nov 23 To Induce many at the large manuf...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 4 1909 3 I ArPENGS iN i UTAH TOWNS Ogden News Offlce410 Twentyflfth treet Circulation Department 66 Twenty flftb Street TABERNACLE CHOIR TRIP TO CHICAGO CALLED OfF Arrangements for Ogden Singers to Take Eastern Trip Are Cancelled Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov 3The Ogden Tabernacle choir will not SIng the Irrigation Od nt the National Farm Land congress to bl htld in Chicago the middle ot tht 1o1th > A telegram has been received by 1red J Kiesel from R P Cross manager ot the Chicaga Tribune which had pre lously offered to pay the expenses ot the C hoir stating that obstacles had arisen tiJat made It impossIble for the land show tl use the choir this yearS f J Ross manager ot the choir Is In Chicago where he went for the purpose P making arrangements for the appear since of the Ogden singers ut the congress J It what hitch has ccurred the telegram tecs < not state and full information wlll Jlot be obtainable unt...

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

4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 4 1909 THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN The IntCrJJouataln Repub1lenn Est Feb 12 1906 Thc Salt Lake Herald Est June G 1870 OnlY Republican Dally Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah Term of SubtIJerlptlnnl DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month w cents one year SOO SUNDAYOne year 200 SEMI WEEKLY In advance One year 310 six months i5 cents Subscribers wishing address of paper thanted must give former as wen as present address All papers are continued until explicit order 11 rerefved to discontinUe All ar rearages must be paid In every case It Francs ° Mec COUNCil It + EXCELLENT ELECTION RETURNS R e believe The HeraldRepubllcan Itas reason to be proud of the telegraph service secured on Tuesday night S arl a town of Importance In Utah but was reported In this paper Wednes day morning And aside from that far the most difficult part of the work wns al admirable report from New York state All eyes were turned to the thrc > Cornered fight between Ta...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 4 1909 5 or I I l SOCIETY f 1 TODAYS EVENTS t A dinner party will be given this S Y evening by Mrs Retta Casady In y + honor of Frederic Knight Logan I I + who Is with the Chaunce Olcott + company Following the supper II t + theatre party will be given by Miss f + CarrIe Stewart In Mr Logans i + honor t i 1 + The third In a series of delightful teas given by Mrs Allen T Sanford will be that with which she will cn i tertaln this afternoon at her home 1 in the Virginia apartments t + + Miss Vedi Beebe a popular Novem + ber bride will be the complimented + i guest at an Orpheum party and 30 + supper at Franklins this evening + with Miss Alice Dunbar as the host i + ess + esMiss + Miss Baumgarten who entertained + with a tea on Tuesday will be host ess today at II luncheon tobe given + + at her home In the Smith apart + + ments + + A live hundred party to be given + this evening will be that with which + Mr and Mrs George Insness wll...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 November 1909

I 6 HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKECITYUTAHTHURSDAYUOV4 1909 I Wha l wort OLD SCHOOL RIVALS TO MEET SATURDAY < TheS ft ority SEVERAL SURPRISES AT I JUNCTION CITY RACING i Two Heavily Played Horses Make GocdJockey Suspended for Rough Work Special to The HeraldRepubllcan Ogden Nov 3George Robethans Hal ton was the one good thing at the fair grounds today and he galloped home a wlnrer over a field of eleven In a man ncr that showed he had speed and today was the day It was used Sam Barber was liked by the wise contingent but the Warren horse was unable to get In his stride until too late In the game Big fields again marked the days sport but with a heavy track the time was slow The crowd was fully up to the standald and the three books did a good business Rather Royal made his first 1ppearance under the colors ot his new owner George Swain and with Jarrett up won the third raCf all the way The horse opened ta vorltf but there were some who thought he would be unable to beat Cardinal Sart...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 November 1909

P THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 4 1 7 I J SENATE COMMITTEE VISITS SALT lAKE Investigation of Irrigation Proj ects Throughout Country Is Being Made ADVICE GIVEN TO UTAH SENATOR CARTER SAYS FARM ERS SHOULD FIGHT WEEDS Salt Lake for several hours today wlll entertain several of the members ot the United States senate committee on Irri gation and reclamation of arid lands who arrived In this city last night over the Denver Rio Grand railroad after de voting a day to looking over the Straw berry valley project and attending a rousing meeting Ilt Spanish Fork The senntors In the party and other visitors were entertained last evening at an In formal dinner at ttoe Alta club given by Senator George Sutherland ot Utah who Is a member of the commIttee In tho party which registered at the Knutstord last night were Senator Thom as II Carter of Montana chairman of the committee Senator W L Jones of Washington Senator F E Warren ot Wyoming F H Newlll director ot the reclam...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 November 1909

= > P l f A THE HEfiALDREPUBUCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 4 1909 I I I I I I I I I I t Mines and Mining Stocks 1El LY Y IS BETTER NOW I THAN EVER BEFORE Supposed Flurry Forerunner of Greater Things Says Tex Rickard according to G The camp of Ely L Richard who was In the city yesterday from better form terday Is in much than it was at anytime e ery standpoint which for a period time during the referred to as the 1 ng time was Back of the present jom days In the way of properties J oemlnt work being ani new hands an hanging production of Is a growing tarted figure In the cop cuts a metal which which Is being production per worlda record low cost And aside wade at ore bodies have the porphyry fre m this than 1t was be greater been proven could be while the 1 ed that they smelting ore in th openIng of direct extends the area of lme belt greatly production nS1red many by regarded been What has stocks In the cheaper Eb liS a flurry but the Rlckards oplnln I Is In Mr movement of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 November 1909

< F I I fHE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 4 1909 9 I Li il Financial Commercial U l H 1 4 MONEY OUTLOOK 1 UNCERTAIN AS YETI Consequently Speculation 1st Quiet andthe Brokers I Are Resting EVIDENCE OF PROSPERITY CLEARING HOUSE RECORDS AT IMPORTANT POINtS Nw York Nov 3Tho quiet condition In the speculation which respected finan cial authorities have been advIsing for several weeks was in eldneo today It wa supposed to be due in part to the clday In the return from election day hot day visits on the part of the brokerage fraternity Thre was Bllftlclent uncer tainty acknowledged In the money OJt look to account for the halting ten lle9cy In the markets activity The fig ures of the clearing house exchanges for last Monday gave a hint of the special demand on the banks The settlements ffrected between the 1learln house banks 01 t ut day amounted to the pro1lglous ltal of 736461549 The nearest approach er made to these figures was on Jan lll16 when exchanges at the c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 November 1909

I 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 4 1909 HILL IS SEEKING GATEWAY UTAH Representative of Great North er Interests Negotiating for Ogden Road OPTION IS ALREADY GIVEN PARTY IN NEW YORK READY TO CLOSE DEAL What will undoubtedly result In one of the biggest traction deals In the west since the Harriman InterostS purchased Lake stleet car system chased the Salt chase the proposed sale ot the Og uen Rapid Transit companY to n syndicate capitalists who are dicate ot cast ern Cpialsts Bald to be headed by the Hi Interests The sale price 18 named at 1000000 A representative ot James J Hil has representatve from the negotiations been conducting the conduotng and recently two oft and an company 11s of the Ogden vgden attorney went to Sew York to atorne the consummate the deal Just when consummate transfer will take place Is not known but i Is wil certainty that an option las already been given and that the property wil bo bought at the expira tion of the time named In t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 November 1909

F THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 4 1909 11 I 1 READ FOR PROFIT b i USE FOR RESULTS I FOR SALE FOR SALE EXECUTORS BALE OF BrOODED SHEEP Blda wlllbe received up to Tuesday the 12th Inst at 3 p m for the thorough bred sheep of the late A It C Smith consisting ot about 500 cams and 1000 ewes ddref8 Haheraon Pratt Og den Utah attorneys for executors FOR SALECheap a good 4chalr barber shop doIng fine busIness good lease luw rent and centrally located a tine bargain to anyone wishing to step right Into business quick sale owner must leave soon 75 West 1st South FOR SALEOne coin operating piano spring motor can be used anywhere In absolutely perfect condition must sell Our price 2fo 1 Regular price 650 J West South Temple entrance through front FOR SALEA real snap good res taurant ideal location doing good business long lease price 400 200 down balance like rent Inquire Em pire Employment agency basement No 3 W 2nd South FOR SALEFurniture of Iroom house furnished enou...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 November 1909

I 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 4 1909 MANY WAGERS ARE HELD FOR COUNT Unofficial Count Shows Mur doch 46 Votes Ahead of Wallace The total vote for James D Murdoch Republican candl ate for mayor was 6116 and the vote for William R VaUace Delllocrat was 6070 showing a plurality at ro votes for Mudoch over Wallace Thfl 46 votes by which the Republlcan candidate belt the Democratic caldldRte have won at lEast fiOOO for Murdoch sup TJOrtel5 as moat at the light betting on tilE Cit3 election was on the relative pos salons at Ilurdoch and Wallace In the ra Inaccurate and Incompetent to the last dcgree the Tribune Ineormed Its readers yesterday that VRllace had beaten 1Iur t10ch for secon1 place by 147 votes and t1rrl were a few bets settled on the 11 rreous report In the Tribune this morn Ing Most of the money Is being held howen until the official canvass at the tes whlcn will show that Iurdoch was sfCond In the mayoralty race The HeraldRepubllcans totals given ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 November 1909

I I1EI THE METALS Weather Chances to find work 14 1 Today for all who have abil Silver 50720 ity and inclinationare Copper cath 12J916o Utah ands Pages Lead per 100 lbs 44O Wyomlnx afforded bythe want ads Fair s J InterMountain Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 1 Price 5 Cents The Vol Salt 157 Lake Herald No 61 Vol 16 No 86 I UNClE SAMS NAVY lfAOS trial Runs of the North Da kota Prove Her to Be Fastest Ship of Dreadnaught Class Now Plowing the High Seas MARK OF SISTER SHIP DELAWARE EXCELLENT Performances of the British Naval Monster the Bellero phon Also Put in the Shade on the Rockland Mile Course TURBINE ENGINES ARE USED I Iklinl IIRin Nov ITill North D1k Ii IS It factet battleshllJ of tl1 Dra1niught t anOlat as well as nr of the tWit T t werfui ships in th I wJl Hr nw standardization tests 0 r Ut R kI1 tneasurld mile nurse tday develop d to maxll1um ipeed of 222 knts nn 1Ierage or 21811 Both mark a m excess of the best perfonnRI1fp8 of elthrr hpr sistpr ship the De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 I FAST MAIL RUNS INTO REAR OF STOCK TRAIN Eleven Nen Injured in Accident on the Great Northern in North Dakota Great Falls Mont Nov 4AccorUlng tG a special to th Trlbuno from Mnot N D eleven stockmen were InJured by the Great Northern run the fast mall on nlnS Into the rear of a stock train at R by N D stock were Montana All at the Injured rallwoy man from Dev men except one iFs Lake The stock train hall taken the 81dlng to allow the fast mall to pass but the first named train had not com rlftely cleared when the mail tlaln cntne caboose on along The latter struck the their Way hleh were the stockmen on with cattle shipmnt to Chicago smashed and the Inmates Cablil9 was The only In every direction mates thrown caboose escaping unhurt three men In the hurt A car of horses was also smashed and the animals klllld The caboose caught firs but no one was burned The Injured bad Thomas Clary Great Falls Mont b Injured about hood and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 3 t L I I HAPPENINGS IN UTAH TOWNS I F Ogden News Offlce410 Twentyflfth street Circulation Department 86S Twenty fifth Street FALLS 52 fEET BUT NOT FATALLY INJURED arpenter Steps on a Loose Board and Tumbles to the Floor of New Theatre Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov 4James Pierce a car penter on tho Utahna building on Twon tfltth street fell 52 feet this morning Pierce 15 now at the hospital sutferln6 from a broken arm and five fractured ribs Immediately after going to work on the building this Tornlng Pierce stepped up on the plank scaffold at the top oC the wall on the west side of the structure It seems that one end oC one oC the planks In the scaffold was not resting upon any thing and when Mr Bierce stepped upon It It tipped downward taking the car penter with It The man fell headlong through the Umbers to the floor a dis tance of 52 feet Workmen rushed to the man as he lay In a heap expecting to find him c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 November 1909

4 THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN The InterMountain RelubllcBa Est Feb 12 1906 The Salt Lake Herald Est June G 1570 Only RCJubllcan Dally Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah Terms ot SnbNcriptloBI DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 7S cents one year 800 SUNDAYOne year 200 SEMIWEEKLY In advance One year 150i sIx months 75 cents SUbscribers wishing address at paper changed mUst give former as well as present address All papers are continued until eXfllcU order Is received to discontinue Al ar rearages must be paid In every case I Ii TRAOESIJN crICOUNCl II AK I THE SORT OF PEOPLE TO ENCOURAGE In every part of Utah heavy rains have descended In the present year In many places these rains have done much damage Ve of Salt Lake know something about It for we can remem ber what City creek did with Itself one day In the early summer Lat In August the torrents beat on the people of southern 1tah At Kanab there was a dam which held water both for ...

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

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 5 OF INTEREST TO WOMEN I A SUCCESSOR TO PATTI I z 1 1 rti p > 4 1J 1 I 4 b V p 1 + J4t k b c > t k i1 ± t v I tc4 i 1 i iif > t 1 i i y 1JiL El1ra de HIdalgo the ISyearold dadghtcr of the MarquIs de HIdalgo who Is hailed as the successor to PattI by thE Metropolitan Opera management She will 10ln the company In New York for the season virtually running away from her home in Barcelona to sIng She Is rputed to be a colorature soprano of great gifts and to have rare bEauty ot person A little over a year ago she was refused her fathers conSEnt to appear In public Thereupon she won over her mothEr and togethEr they eloped Two weeks later the marquis was horrified to behold her In a Naples production of the Barber ot Seville I Family Meals for a Week 1 I SUNDAY BREAKFAST Grapes farina and cream deviled kid neys popovers toast tea and coffee i LUNCHEON Jellied tongue lettuce and potato salad thIn bread and butter crackers ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 November 1909

r 1 I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 I o Whats All WhaUnSporis the Time I I FIGHT PUDDING u GETS RICHER WITH T AGE L TheSporlingAtthor1 ofSaitLe I CLARKE GETS 23MILE I RECORD AT VAllSBURGI About Jackie Corkes vlCtory In the t > mile race at Nwark last Saturday the News says As 11 fitting finale to the cyqie racing at the local Velodrome yesterday after noon a new worlds record for twenty five milEs was hung up In the middle distance championship race by Jackie Clarke the Australian marvel who proved the win nN and the best provloulI time for If teen ard twenty miles was exceeded in the ontest the first by Pete Drobach and the second by Fred Hill Clarkes time for the flll distance was 56 minutes 21 sec onds dipping off 1 minute 5 15 seconds from the previous worlds mark of 57 minutes 26 35 seconds made by National hamplJn Frank Kramer at the samE time at track a year ago Drobachs fifteen miles was 33 minutes 16 seconds which Is better than the record of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 November 1909

I S THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 1 SEE RESULT OF PIONEERS WORK a Members of Senate Committee Interested in Local In spection Tour WARM PRAISE FOR UTAH STATES REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS DO GOOD WORK Members oC the senate committee on ccehmatlon of arid lands spent yesterday In Salt Lake going over the ground where irrigation was first practiced on the went rn hemlsDhore and viewing the results oC this work on the Mormon pioneer as shown In Salt Lake Davis and Veber counties IncludC In the party were Senator Thomas H Carter of Montana chalrI1an of the committee Senator csley 11 Tones of ahlnton SenatOr Francis E Warren of Wyoming Senator William E Borah of Idaho Frederick II Newell chief of the reclamation service H W Smith of San Francisco F ArVadlelgh yr Dnver assistant general passenger S t agnt of the Denver Rio Grande e Jlun T Murphy sergeant at arms of tae 1 Inltld States senate Governor William I Spry congressman Joseph Howell and icnutor George S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 November 1909

q I a THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909 I DENVER NEWSBOYS i BEAT SAL LAKER Assailants Arrested After Vic tim Is Found 0 Be Dan gerously Hurt With both right and left jawbones frac tured and splintered In a manner that may disfigure him for lte T J Foulger who lives In Poulon court is ling In a critical condition at the L D S hospital conditon crtcal 1 the result of an attack made upon him lat Monday night by tour newsboys em ployed In Salt Lake by a Denver news paper In its efforts to Invade the local newspaper territory with a dummy pa per SImon Levin Frank Smith Abe Miller and Mike Shoemaker were arrested Mier last night by Detetve Schultz and Wheeling and charges at assault and bat frry were docketed against them In con nection with the attack made upon young f 1ton Foulger I Is alleged that the beating admin istered to Foulger was most brutal and unprovoked Foulger is employed as win Foulgr dow dresser at Walker Bros store In company with his brother he ...

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