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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

0 ETi SL1I THE METALS Weather Chances to find work Silver 500 44 for all who have abil Today Copper cath 1291Go Pages ity and inclinationare Lead per 100 lbs 440 Fair I afforded by tHe want ads 0 nter1ountaln Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 7 1909 Price 5 Cents The VoL Salt 157 Lake No Herald 63 t Vol 15 No 87 REPUBLICAN ST A YES MEN DIFFERENT A VIEWS APPEAL FOR SUPPORT IN WEST CURRENCY THt TOPIC I Senator Nelson W Aldrich of Rhode Island Delivers aI I Masterly Address Before the Commercial Club of Chicago FIRST OF A SERIES OF SPEECHES IN THE WEST Work of the National Monetary Commission Enlarged Upon and the People Asked to Study the Vexed Problem I NO FIXED PLAN PROPOSED Chicago Nov GAfter an elabo rate dinner tonight in the gold room of the Congress hotel Senator Nelson W Aldrich Cl Rhode Island chaIrman of the natidnal monetary commission explained to the mem bers of the Commercial club of Chi cago the work of the commission and referred in a generrl way to its pur pos...

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. — 7 November 1909

iI 2 t THE HERALDREPUBLl SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 > DOLLY DIMPLES PAYS REWARD TO HER CAPTOR Continued from Page 1 lIque lace gown with gold trimmings and embroidered with gold thread her gown was pronounced the finest seen In Bait Lake In many seasons either on br off the stage Her costume was made complete by an Immense opera hat crowned with eight great willow plumes and she wore a beautiful set of white furs When the applause subsided Dolly Dim plea seemed at first to bo embarrassed by the attention and the glare at the spotlight as she said Ladies and Gentlemen You dont know how glad I am that I was cap turcd yesterday for really I believe I was as happy over the event as was Irs Vooldrldge when she accosted me on StAte street last night I was frightful ly tlredreaHy exhaustedand I was nervous and out of sorts too because of the many engagements I had kept du ring the day and the unpleasant and dis agreeable disguises I had been assum Ing I can assure you I ...

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. — 7 November 1909

r = = r I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 3 L I HAPPENINGS UTAH TOWNS Ii I I Ogden News Offlce410 Twentyflfth street Circulation Department 366 Twenty firth Street WATCH CHINESE BARON Crowds at Depot Make Rich Oriental Cynosure of Every Eye Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov GBaron Liang of China In his long robe of blue was the cen ter of attraction at the Union depot this afternoon while he waited for train con 1 nections The baron has no knowledge at the EnThth language but his private I secretary and the Chinese vice consul at San Franclscq neak It fluently I Th accomplnylng Liang are his pri vate secretary Kuel and Vice Consul Kee Ooyung The latter I manager for the baron In this trip I ThE vice consul says the baron Is among thE most Influential men In the Celes tial kmgdown He Is making a tour of the rnlted States for the purpose of ac quainting himself with railroad operations I The party will first visit Washington D I C after which th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

I I if RALDREPUBLICAN SAL LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 7 1909 THE SALT lAKE HERALDREPUBLICA The InterMountain Republican < Est Feb 12 1906 The Suit Iaka Herald Est 1pna 6 1870 Only Republican Daily Newspaper in Salt Lake City Utah Term of Snbscrhlonl DAILY A ND SUNDA One month j5 cents ont year 800 SrNDAYOne yezr 200 SEMI WEEKLY In advance One year 150 six months 75 cents S Subnrlbers wishing adilrcs ot paper chanted must give former as well as present address All papers are continued until expllcjJ orthr le received to lsoont1nuc Al1 111 renrages must be pnld In every case f OES < I CM LA IS IT PATERNALISM t Frome parts of the United States thrrf Is objection to the government borrowing moneIssulug bondslor UiP improvement ot the Mississippi riv er and for the corstructlm of a deep atprway from the lakes to the gulf Th objection is that the process amounts to paternalism But Ii i it If so then we must as sunie that the government Is something separate and apart from the people I...

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

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 71909 5 FIRST TEACHERS I TO GET PENSIONSI i Commission Awards perma nent Income to Women Pedagogues I Two pensions werl granted yester day by the acher3 retirement com t mission the first since the organization of this body as a result of an enact I ment of the last legislature and the first for that matter In the histOry of the state The two teachers who have spent nearly all of their lives In teach ing the young of Salt Lake are Miss Anna E Buchanan and Miss Mollie Templeton hiss Buchanan was for many years one of the most valued of the teachers in the High school She will receive n pension 01 3074 per month for two years and then It will be increased to 3930 for the rest of her life Miss rem picton will receive a monthly pen sion of 2370 for two years and it will then be Increased to 3060 0 month lllss Buchanan has taught school for more than thirty years eighteen of which were spent In the High school here the pension Is b...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

I t THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 I A DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTING NEWS CONTAINING ALL HALLOWS IS DOWNED BY OGDEN Fumbles and Adverse Rulings by Officials Costly to the Catholics TWO SCORES CALLED BACK VISITORS SCORE IN FIRST HALF THEN OUTPLAYED The second game of the season played between Ogden high school and the All Hallows college was won by the Ogden team yesterday on Cummings field by a score or 16 to 6 Ogden did all her scoring In the first halt In the second haU while they succeeded In getting the ball un Alt Hallow threeyard line twice the visitors were unable to push It over All Hallows made her onlY score after five minutes of play In tho second halt the From a spectators standpoint game was one or the most Interesting of the Igh school series Throughout the entire game fumbles and kicking were plnUful During the ten min utes or the first halt the All Hall ws team played the vIsitors off their fee Twice durIng thIs time they succeeded In runn...

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

I I THE HERALDREPUBliCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 7 I IMPORTANT SPORTS FROM EVERYWHERE OKlAHOMA is NOW IN IT 1 rom Sharkey teps Into the Lime light With OfferJeff Now Says Ten Rounds Ne YOrk Nov GTom Sharke has received from Joe Miller of Ponco Oklll a telegram declaring that Gov ernor Haskell has sanctioned the prop osition to hold the JeffriesJohnson fight In that state for any number of rounds Miller submitted a bid of 65000 for the fight some time ago but It was not considered seriously because of the be lief that the contest could not be held In that state The message from Miller which also Includes the Information that he will La here next week to post a for feit has changed the general opinIon rnd Oklahoma may be considered an ac tive bidder Jetlrles who has tcturned to active gymnasium and road training after two das of deep sea fishing has as sured Sheriff Foley who is an old friend of his that he will knock John Fon out Inside of ten rounds and has advisE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

Op rl + f 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 71909 J ACTIVITY IS DUE FOR BLACKHORSE Rich Gold Mine With Arastra May Be Bought by Big Operators That long delayed activity 80 richly warranted by gold showings in the Dlllckhorse district In now in sight is the belle of A G Burritt pioneer ope rator at the campwha has just returned to the city after having Inspected his Nevada holdIngs Prominent Interests are negotiating for the purchase of the original Blackhorsc group which has in I sight a quantity ot h1ghgrade gold ore which Mr Burritt says would start a stampede to almost any other camp on earth The Blackhorse group Is owned by Thomas Watkins ranchman who made In it the original discovery of the district Watkins has for some time been drawing upon his mine for n living much as he would draw upon a bank or n wellfilled potato hole When the flour In the bin begins to get low and the children need new shoes or the par lor furniture begins to look shabby Watkins...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

I I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDA NOVEMBER J 1909 9 ALUMNAE ENJOY I ANNUAL AFFAIR I St Marys Academy Is Scene of Entertainment and An nual Banquet OFFICERS ARE ELECTED CLEVER PLAYLET IS GIVEN BY GIRLS OF GRADUATING CLASS Alumni cf St Marts atademy met at the academy yesterday afternoon for their annUal m4etlng banquet and en tfrtainment as guests of the graduate lug clas and faculty of the InsUtn tlQIJ The affair is one looked forward to by the alumni faculty and students of the Institution a one of the most pleasant Of the schdbl year and yes tfrdays program was one of the best I oC Its kind since the academy was founded TIle alumni assoclaWm num Lfnt more than 100 and about oncllalt of th niembers were able to bc pre5eflt for the meeting sterday afternucn OffIcers were elected to serve tHree years the Dew president being Mirs Rose rcDonough vlco president Miss Minnie Folsom secretary and treasurer Miss Moo Kane and assistant secre tary and treasurer Miss Anna Rotz...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

< r < c L < < > < < r < r = 1 f I 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 I i i Additional I i Sports i I WILL SMASH ATTENDANCE A I RECORDS AT BIG GAMES I Demand for YaleHarvard and Yale Princeton Tickets Greater Than Ever Known New York Nov GThat the attend nno gauge will register hIgh pressure YaleHarvard and Yaie at the coming Princeton football games Is assureJ Wbie tho first at the two great grd iron classics the EllTiger match wn not be staged until Nov 15 a very j complete and wild ticket stampede has 1 been started Every year at this time i It seems as It the rush for the paste boards will never again be equaled but the following season always finds an Increased demand From present Indications the supply I will be totally inadequate to cope with the dcmand Plans for the allotment at tickets hne been made itt Yale Harvard and Princeton The different pasteboards that the graduates undergraduates trustees coaches and players ma...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

r 7 Y < r > 9 I I I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 71909 11 It r Kills the Dan ruff Germ Stops Falling Hair Others Imitate and Make Similar Claims but the Genuine and Origi nal Dandruff Germ Destroyer is NEWBROS HERPICIDE The discovery of the dan druff germ as the cause of all hair troubles is not a re t nt event Prof TJna gave the germ theory to the world in 1887 and two years later Sebouraud by his experi ments with a rabbit proved beyond n doubt the actual existence of this germ On the heels of this eatab lishment of the germ theory 1 lame the discovery of New bro Herpicide This was the first and only remedy for the destruction of the dan druif germ There have been other pre larations alleged to kill this germ stop falling hair and itching of the scalp But x ewbros Herpicide really does those things For this reason it bas long been mown as the Original Rem edy and the only one that is gelluine Don be fooled by prepar ations which are trading up Olt the ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

L 4 I I P 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 7 1909 HOLDUP MAN GETS UTILE FOR WORK Man Is Hurt and Street Torn Up in Patrol Wagons Flight ROBBER MAKES ESC PE QUICK RUN IS MADE IN SPITE OF MANY OBSTACLES Onp nwdiumslsed holdup man at the Dr H T Hazel drug store Eighth South and SElond West etreet caused a thrill ing patrol wagon run at 930 odock laflt nlHht in whlen the mailhl of a buggy dnH11 Iw Rbert Stewart ro 5 Drown ing tvnue he hurling of Pat Morans fitrl1t barriers on Seventh Souto streft and tUjboating through his newlylald as phalt figured before the wagon contalf Ing Lleutenal John Hempel and Patrol man Dusty Rhodea arrived at the scene of tll hol1uo only to tHscovtr that the nEt result of the hlghwaymans enterprise had been U5 At 915 oelock a mediumsized man paring a slouch hat mooth8haven and without 3 mask Walked Into the Hazel drug store and was calmly putting the conPnts oC the cash regIster into his Proeket when Dr Hsz41 Interrupted him Frh doctor ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

TTl ii LLII rFcE REAL ESTATE MINES r CLASSIlIED jigjj iurunixCAN MARKETS PART TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 7 1909 I PAGES 1 TO 12 FEDERAL HEIGHTS 1 HOMES GOING UPi Preliminary Drawings for Fine Residences Have Been I Prepared IS EXAMINING THE MAPS CITY ENGINEER HAS ALMOST COMPLETED CHECKING PLATS PrUminary uking drawJnS for the home of G Lockhart to be eroct ed In Federal Hetghts have been pre pared and work bn t1e excavation and other preparatory work for the new structure will be started in a week or two The new residence will be 10 atpd on Perry avenue facing north toward the already well occupied south Hst orner of Newhouse pnfk and just st of the handsome new hom being lrfctpd by A V Callaghan at the cur ne r of Slgsbe and Perry avenues Jhn DorIes jr jtas begun excavat ltj fur a new home on Virginia street nc r the northwest corner of the Hlghts and will have the new struc ture ready by spring 1lr Dorius re pits that complete details of the plans f r tie new building are ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 71909 PRESCRIPTION FOR KIDNEYS The following prescription Is the best obtainable for weak or deranged kidneys and bladder Onehalt ounce Murax compound onehalt ounce fluid extract Buchu six ounces good pure gIn Take one to two teaspoonfuls three times a day after meals Any good druggist will fur nish or mix the Ingredients Pains In the back rheumatic pains In joints soreness In hips or groin frequent or highly colored urination dizziness puffiness under the eyes all Indicate kid ney and bladder trouble and should bo promptly attended to B3 dreaded Brlghtll disc asp or dlabEtl9 wlll surely follow BIRREllSHIPP REALTY CO Everything in Real Estate Ground Floor Newhouse Bldg 3333Either Phone3333 I500New and partly mod r b cottage 3 rooms near new p downebat to car barns 250 down bal to suit IS50New and partlY mod 4 little money r r p b southeast down and rest as you want It S2OOOThree x 5 rods near BrIgham on 0 street Theres a 41 house...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 3 fl y 1 f 1 I I 9 A 1 D f I f w Y I GGermania Co0 Wholesalers Liquor Salt Lake City a t I v ff Every woman with a taste for good shoes will be greatly interested in our Fall Footwear 4f i We are showing shoes that are some thing more than just shoes They i are shoes of refinement style and breed ing Shoes for every purpose Two Specials for e This Week 285 and 350 9 We take the greatest pleasure in z showing the new styles and we earnest ly request every woman that appreciates good shoes to call to see the seasons choice creations tie rM 120 Main St Salt Lake and Ogden rr i 500000 In slow accounts Is the amount many of you may have on your books The uptodate business man would rather have half of that amount In READY CASH A word to the wIse Is sufficIent Send In your bIlls for collection p HWE GET THE MONEY a WALLACE LAY R COLLECTION CO John J Wallace Manager Phones US 321 ii D F Walker Bldg Salt Lake Utah i I I I a I a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

4 t THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 7 1909 AMERICAN IS BEST I SOLDIER IN WORLD I I Mrs John A Logan Touches Up the Army and Na i tional Guard THE CLASH IN 1 CALIFORNIA I SOME PROBLEMS THAT MUST BE SOLVED BY LEGISLATION Washington Nov GIt Is unfortunate that friction should have been the result I of the encampment ot tho National Guard md Regulars together the past summer 1 IPial1 on the Pacific slopE The H 8 are undefinable but principally n rt from the disinclination of the Na t nal Guard to conform to discipline and dol the real drudgery of a camp In CalifornIa the feeling betweEn th Regulars and the National Guard i a had an acute stage At a recent w gathering resolutions wen suggested t peal the law In regard to annual en I ampments of this character Luckily it as subsequently withdrawn but tb fe ling has not changed general Chaffee retired officer ot th army mad a speech In which he uttered r rime very astounding sentiments touch i 19 upon the approaching ne...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 7 1909 B If RAILROAD MEN TO GET HERE MONDAY Denver Rio Grande and the Western Pacific Officials to Hold Meeting When C H Schlacks and H M Levy get here Monda or Tuesday over the Western Pacific there will be II general powwow of Denver Rio Grande and Western Pacific officials to fix up a passenger and freight tariff from SaIl Lake to n Franclsco and to make suggestion i fee changes n Denver Rio Grande rates Denver Rio Grande I rates cannot be changed without sixty das notice but It Is expected that recommendations for such Changes wi be forwarded to New York If Mesrs Schlacks and Levy do not stop to hplp swing a bridge Into place or tighten up a loose fls plate they sill be here Monday It s generally believed hbwcvQr tlnt thEY will stop several times and that anyone else going OVEr the Western Pacific at this time would l1ve toltop also because the road althdutgh technitllly com pleted Is not ready yet for through trains Problems o...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

6 + THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 B Mines and Mining Stocks I MINING INDUSTRY PAYS BIG PR FITS Dividends for Ten Months of 1909 Make Glowing Record of Earnings That the mining Industry has no rival In the producing ot enormous prnlts Is afforded new proof by care ft1 compilations by the Mining World which show that 109 American com panies during the first ten months ot 1909 paid their sharehulders 52850 un It Is further learned that these 109 AmerIcan mines and metallurgical works have paid since 1ncororaUon the enormous total ot 589400250 a return on a combined Issued capitali zation ot 549584825 equivalent to 107 per cent Although much ot the larger part ot thee dividend has gone Into the pock ets at individual shareholders It will be slirprlslng to learn that nine hold ing corporations owning the majority or the stock Issued by certain mines and works have in ten months this sear < 1eclared divIdends ot 13996376 nnklng their grand total to dat...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

< n f r C < r JCP < = J i H I I 9IE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 if 1 I Financial and Commercial I J I MINES I TENDENCY DOWN IN STOCK MARKET Speculators Suspicious That Money Will Go Higher Over the Ocean MORE CASH LOST BY BANKS BAD EFFECT OF PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD STOCK ISSUE New York Nov 6Mlzgivings over the money outlook were as muph responsible as anything for the downward tendency of prices ot stocks today The feeling over the money ItnatIn Is based not 10 much on tile actual tone ot the money market as on the suspicion ot the active measures necessary on the purt ot the capitalists to conserve such ease In mon cy rates as has been secured thus far There has been an actual hardening of money rates on time loans in the lat tei part of the week and a resumption of active demand for loans for the short er periods The extensive shifting of cred Its from one quarter to another either In this country or to foreign money mar kets has relaxed he s...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

I 1 B 1 HERALDREPUBUCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 p REAR ADMIRAL TAKES L PART CONTROVERSY Declares Dr Cook Did Not Reach 1orth Pole and That Pealj Did Washington No GThat Dr Fred erich A Cook could not have reached the north pole and that Commander Peary did attain the goal were state ments made tonight by Rear Admiral C M Chester retired The ofUeer was a member of the com mission of the Natlonl Geographic so cIety that passed upon Commander 1earys data and announced their con vletlon of Its genuineness The lecture delivered to scientists 1r the hall of the University club create I a profound Impression for It was prac tically the first utterance of an otUcial of the Geographic society although I given unofficially which has openly east discredit upon Dr Cook Admiral Chester contended that Dr Cook erred in saying that at a certain point In his travels north he witnessed a remarkable sunset If he had been at that point the speaker continued he would have found the su...

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