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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

1 I II THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 9 FOR SAIJEPEAL ESTATE FOR SALE TUASONABL1i BUYS IN HOMES WIlYPAYtENT ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ON EASY TERMS 24ocroom modern brick cottage bath etc xs rod lot 7th East und 7th SOltl1 1oo4loorn cottlc brick ri1X p perej pintr 2 cloSQts ep 1 Ilnd fIxts niCe tot chic eQ housaftnd run hade Rld trUlti owncr Jeav ng city 7DO cash OOOSroom nernF new batbr tdllt ete JxUQfoot lot good car 1Ipe wuth front the best buy ioub a t S3aIroom ern1hlte priSe rlck cottage f ctl1g south on E 7thSo corner lGt owe newly papered bath ind toilet SOO cSh balance Opftr1no 0 I 46501rDom mod rn red pressed bHck twostory residence bath toilet furnace heat Seventh South and Jaln Dont miss this Will make reasonable terms 1 room Juodernbrtck bath toilet o I cement walks2fx7Y1 rlds and driveway faclug south on Fourth avenue 37 balance monthly like rent S50roam 1I1Ddern brW bZLmtt ce mented with laJ1nry tubs bath and toilet nice IQt facing on I stree...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

F 10 THE HEFtALDREPUBLlCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 FOR SALEREAL ESTATE FOR SALE SALEI1A A LOOK IT WILL PAY yOU In Jefferson Place located wthin 6 blocks of the Postotttcc off Eighth South etreet between WeV Temple and First Wet streets wo offer a number of new modern brick resldeneos Including all modern plumbing fixtures with sewer con I nections gas electric light cement side 1alks graded street le for the very reasonable price of 2COO The small cash payment of J O Is all that Is necessary to buy one of these close In homes After that time 5 per month will pay for the property Why Pay Rent These houses can be reached in twelve minutes walk from the business center You can apply your months cartare on the contract In paying for them I OTHER GOOD BUYS lOOA brand new 3roOl brick cottage on east side In location autable for street car employe Very easy terms can be ar ranged OOOA wellkept 6room house with large summer kitchen on lot 2ixml feet within seven blocks of...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

H r = < < 4 7 = F I I S THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 71 1909 11 I READ FOR PROFIT HeraHPUHiCaflUSE i FOR RESULTS I FOR RENT FOR RENTTwo 4room modern brick cottages on E 2d So 25 per month One 4room frame cottage on 2d So 1 per month Room 3 Boston Bld Bell 5I Ind 41W FOR RENT TUTTLE BROTHERS COMPANZ 15 MAIN STREET 7rm mod br 2 4 S 4th East tO r rrL mod br 18 D tree O 6rn br 3 H street 30 rm m 1rown1g avenue 20 1 4rm lights and witte 21 3 11th Weat li ms 3 Church street 12 4r frame lights 451 W 3d North 12 3 rms frame 45 W 3d North no 2 rms brick 12 1 street no 3 rms 104 W 9th North 3 TUTTLE BROTHERS COMPANY 15 MAIN STREET FOR RENTElghtromed modern house 5U E 5th So BalI phone 483K FOR RENTA 3room fat roomS large nnd pleasant off Brigham on 31 I street Del 44NX OR ENTSJxr9Q ed modern 24 D street Rent cheap FOR RENTThreerMmed house and bar 13 per mo U2 W 4h No by school house FOR RENTBrick cottage on Vine street Apply 317 So 9th East Ind 405 FOR RENTRe...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

I I h 1 I I I t t J 1 t 7 J I J 1s iY Y a M r Q atkS Ni a i b H r y J ° rx ra r 4z r y r C L c C t Y ccj Jj va y fi t t ft S K x J + b i k i J 1 This IS the fine old liquor that t I I r 41 our forefathers liked so well 11 = t J J r Our forefathers knew Their tastes were not perverted Nowhiskey that f greatesLexeellence would suit their palates 1 did not meet the test of greatest We know how uniformly excellent Old James E 0 Pepper really is You do not know perhaps but we shall make you know for if you really want the kind of whiskey that all connoisseurs admire you shall surely ask 9 hereafter for the kind w now describe There is no whiskey that Now please try it 0 Id can approach Old James E e r < Pepper in quality I S Yau cannot possibly hope to know the goodness F or the fact 1S th a t Old J E P of 9ld James E Pepper amesE Pepper bottled In ames epper James 9 + Whiskey bottled in bond bond has been continuously tp rI l unless you try it It doe sn fi distilled for more than 128...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

F 2 HERALDREPUBLlCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 f a I 2 > f 1 IF I I She sighed Impatiently and sat up You are shocked bocauso I tell you I can hitter I mean merely that he may send i arrest you and yu should be pre pared She rose If he does I must fall blck upon Ladlslas Ladlslas She cQued to the door turned and with a slow smile I had learnt to know well answered Did he not get a promise from you to helpme I should never have dared to do what I have done today if you had not been here But Inlluenc like that has Its respon t sibilltlEs also you know and you I The senttnce was Interrupted by th hrrvant who rU8hed In then I The police arc here gfh1 miss I The loud ununons at the house door < unfirmed her 111 news BremenllOf had not lEft us long In doubt as to what IH l meant to do ChAPTER XXI A Blank Outlook I ulna appealed to me 1Vhat shall I I tlii I I Let us get away if WE can I said Cume then Ye can leave the house i by the h8rden But suppose they do nut see...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 L 0 WOMANf11OMEPAGJo tl I L 4 CJ L R6 b Da I t > o I THE FIRELESS COOKER IN THE SMALL HOUSEHOLD VING passed its experimental FIA stage fireless cooking is some thing which should be reck oned with by every house keeper This magical box will solve the do mestic service problem in many homes and even the trained maid will hail it with joy It is no respecter of persons as it produces as satisfying meals for the woman who earns her living by the day as it does for the teacher the stu dent or woman of leisure Vhile the cooker does many wonder ful and unexpected things it will not generate its own heat This must be supplied in abundance from other sources and this heat retained gives the process of slow continuous cooking which has been pronounced by authori ties as the ideal manner of cooking This process gives the least margin for mIstakes and the nutriment and flavor of the food is retained Value or tho Cooker In the pa...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

I 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 II i i I a c5 J1 1 S 1 L i r F 1 W PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK Salt Lake TheatreThe Soul Kiss beginning tomorrow night running the week with matlnees J Wednesday and Saturday 0 Orpheum Theatre VaudevUle 0 all the week beginning tonight 1 > With matinees daily except Sun 0 day 0 Colonial TheatreThe Time the Place and the Girl beginning 0 tonight and running the week 0 < with matinees Wednesday and < J Saturday Bungalow Theatre Pantages 0 < audevllle ail the week with mat 0 Inees Change of program on < Thursday night 0 0 v 000000 000000 SALT LAKE THEATRE The attraction at the Salt Lake the atre this week beginning tomorrow night will be The Soul Kiss the nvelty song success and terpsichorean trIUmph After an entire year on Broadway and visits to but a few of the principal cities of the country this musical comedy Is making a tour of the country that will extend from coast to mast with the most complete organlz...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

I 11 THE HERALPREPUBLiAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 71909 5 I StoryofMyNewspaper Days Ezra Kendall in Chicago Tribune 0 I used to be a printer and even then I was full ot my nonsense I was tired time after time because I was a funny man though now as I look back upon it I often thinic that was a gentlE way of telllllg me I wasnt a good enough printer for my job Then like so many of the craft I grliduated Into writing Heres a strange thing When I was a boy I was always speakIng pieces ht school One that I made It hit In as Itd put it now was How Cyrus Laid the Cable lIy pants were too hQrt I was thin and gawky and big eared and my eyes were always red In those das I must have been a sight but I got that piece over all right Well th > first person I Interviewed when I went on the New York Herald was Cy rus Field himself It wa at his house in Gramercy Park and as I sat there In his Jlbrary talking familiarly to the great man who had done so much and had even got himself Int...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

7 S 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 I L Books of the Day A NOVEL OF UTAH UJerd Cless by Pearl Dalc lt pub lIshed by Cochrane Publishing com pauy New york Jerd Cless Is a story of lIfe in Utah most of the scenes being amid country lIfe with really beautiful descriptions of scenery and surroundings Many of the people with whom the reader Is made acquainted are rude and uncdu cated an are of the same general char acter and seem to have been studred In life and reproduced as typs The hero aruoses the Ill will of his former friends One night they made a descent bPOfl his farm beat him severely bound him and then set him up against a tree that he might watch them while they destroyed all his me1ois and fruit But his mother had es aped from the house and brought the assistance of neighbors who came running to fhe rescut firing their guns as they Ilme OnE of the girl marnudo was struck in the fatE by a buckshot and her looks forever ruined There are many lt...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 0 i i 1 b t Yot I L t 0 S < e 9 1It r ZT2P < N i > < > < iJo J 1 > v J < 1 Jr > H < k IJi i < f > J > t1fti v i 1 1 d h v t lli > U F fft ac f I yq c t I t j yd R Pc9kDrzPSi eP S r Mat 7C > > 1 N h li lJ t t > n < < I Kf < j + i i t h i lJrd yeYPlrol hG i ccfznegie8PeeA OLORS streaming n Scotch bag piper reeling oct The CamplJells Are Coming Ind the whistles of a hundred craft mingling with the detonation ot saluting cnnnon from tier fortresses around Greater New York the t10nmagnetlc survey yacht Carnegie relelltly slipped out ot New York harbor 011 Its world cruise which has for Its purpoe tile correcting of tie compasses at the principal obserttorles ot the world This cruise Is gtvea miller the auspices of the Carnegie Institution Washlnston and before the Carnegie re turns from her trip those scientists aboard her will have determined the magnetic condition...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

> sF j r T + X tT 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 t I THB RISE OF VITTORIO t = BY 3El1i WEBSTER Author of When Patty Went to College Etc Copyright I David McKenna th gardener at Jas per Place was a 5cotchman at the p Scotch He was truculent when sober and actively pugnacious when drunk It may be said to his credit that he was t not drunk very often and that when be was drunk he was canny enough to t keep out of Mr Jaspers way But one night after a prolonged political dis cussion at CaJlahans saloon he was un steadily steering homeward across the side lawn just as young Mr Harry Jas per and two friends who were visiting him emerged from the gap In the hedge that divided Jasper Place from Willow brook next door The gentlemen were returning from a dinner and were clothed in evening dress Thi y In no wise resembled tramps but Davlds vision was blurred and his fighting blood was up He possessed himself of an armful of damp sods and warily ad vanced to...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

< 4t = < Y > < f s I TH i SA7dpI Tc F SOCIE Y MUC IILD REPUBLICAN I SECTION FOUR SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 PAGES 1 1 TO 8 Y r Tr S SURELY as the birds fly south As in winter eo does the coming of the cold season mean the mi gration of many people to warmer climes A few favor the sunny south land by the Atlantic but by far the greater exodus Is to California points i and while many do not plan to take the 1 trip until after the holidays others han plrad completed their arrange mutts for thE flight and In a few weeks many will be making the journey to the coa = t r One argument in fao1 of the Ca1l Casady in honor of Miss Alice Ferrill und Frederic Knight Logan who are with Chauncey Olcott In the Ragged Robin company Miss Mary Halloran and Ruel Hallo ran will entertain with a five hundred party to be given at their home on Fri day evening The members of the Plate club will be entertained by Mrs Nelson at her home No 11 III One of the large affairs of the we...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 I I New Yotk Gives Up Its Richest Merchandise T For Salt Lake eadv Cash A Mammoth Sale JJJ I 50000 worth of winter wearables for women sacrificed to lIS for cash at 50c on the dollara Iner challdising scoop that eclipses our mammoth sale of a year ago This is the fourth event of its kind our entire suit ctionour entire undermuslin sectionour entire juvenile Electiollour entire annex will be one mammoth bargain counter for six daysfrom Monday IllOllling 830 sharp until Saturday PHONES nde ndeIIfxcHANGE night 930 Positively the greatest readytowear event ever recorded ill the history of Salt Lakephe Call all Departments PHONES Indepettdnt227 BellEXCHM 22 Call all Departments BellEXCHANGE 22 llolllcnal ill scope and price sacrifices 0 Monday at 83OSharp Inaugurate the Greatest Winter Readyto W e r Sale Ever Known in Salt Lake A wire from our hew York officeJ E lanix 41 Union Squarenotified us that the garment A I manufac...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

b I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 3 I cIETt II S Contir ucd from Page 1 l T Badger Frtdar afternoe1 t ft1elr home in Bast SOtUh rternM4 street 4 pretty arrtngglnent of rd ebrYsaqt eve fiutr Va s uSPd in the drn ntmtf thlOUghflut the rooms About forty guests w re terpntd rift the 1tp8r I t srs w = ft as5l ted by MS rdnPy G aYlle Irs J S Sharp Irs J E Jtnnins and Miss Abbie reds ThoSe winning prizes were Mrs J J Daynetl Mrs John C sharp and Mrs W W Leiter 1 number of charming toca se Ir urns were given by Mrs Henry M DmwdL during the > afternoon Mrs M A Peters o 8 the hot ti a delightful fish lunch eph with which rhr t ntrtalned the members of the Jot ItI yard dub at herhome In U tretot Friday The table centerpiece was a block of ice entwined with smt1ax an time place cards were watt color marine t It W The courses were served ill i rnt c11f 11 ruivs v 1 by the guests Conrs were laid for eleven guests In the bridge games which followed the luncheon...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

i a I b q THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 I Stat Society i I I KA YSVILLE Special to The HeraldRepublican Knyvle Nov GMrs Arthur F Barnes of Salt Lake spent Wednesday here the guest ot relatives Charles D Bodily of Fairview Ida has ben visiting relatives In Iasvle this week He left on thursday morning for Mesa Ariz where he expects to remain during the wIter Mrs Paul Thomnssen wa a Sal Lake isltor on Tuesday Mrs Mina Cannon Ellis of Sal Lake spent Wednesday In Kaysvle as tho guest of Mrs John G M Barnes Mrs Martha Weaver and lr Gorge Barnes and children were vIsiting friends In Sal Lake on Monday Mr and Mr Charles Smith jr of fllarleld were Kaysvle visitors the first of the wek A fine son was born to Mr and Mrs Jmls Crddle recently Mr and Mrs Rudolph K Dibble of salt Lake spent Sunday as guests of Ultr many relatives and friends I lessrs Paul R Thomassn and Arnold an 11 Barles spent a few das In Salt Lake the frt at the week a guests of f iends Carte...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 6 I Stat SOCJ11 I OGDEN Special to Tho HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov 6Mlss Annie Olson daughter of Bishop E A Olson of the Fourth ward Is visiting felaUves and friends In New York City and also in New Jersey Miss Olson expects to re turn to Ogden In about two weeks Mrs Ada Wallace Unruh state presi dent of the Oregon W C T U delivered nJ1 interesting address on the Issues of the day at the Baptist church last Sun day evening A social card party was given by the Royal Highlanders to their members and friends last Monday evening at Eagle hall It was a very successful and en joyable affair The young people ot the First Presby terian church gave a most delllhtful Hal loween social last Monday night The church was decorated to suit Halloween customs and delicious refreshments formed a pleasant part ot tho evenings enjoyment Mrs E G Coursey 66 Twentflfth street has gone for a months visit with friends and relatives In Colorado a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

I I t 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 71909 I ociaI ppenings in State Cons I EPHRAIM Special tc The HtmhIRepublcan Ephrim Nov 6Mrs Dr A J Nlel son was tie hostess Monday afternoon at an autumn lumheon A pretty ar rangement of fall flowers was use In the decorations The afternoon was pleasantly peflt In social oht Those present were Irs M G Murray Mrs L l01sen Mrs Frank A ChrIstensen Mrs Geneva Peterson Mrs A C An derson Mrs James Vilardson Mrs Dr Jensen Mrs Albert Johnson Mrs Peter Peterson and Mrs Ephmlm Han son The halloween part given Saturday evening at the Snow academy by the feurth year normals to the faculty was one of tie prettiest social event ever given in this city The decora tions in the dining room were beautifuL ful The floor was covered with au tumn leaves while oleanders and palms partially concealed the illuminated fig ures that were so conspicuous among the decorations The halwa s were artistically arranged In the autumn colors and lighte...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 1 MRS MORRIS AND I I Y PARTY IN GOTHAM Numerous Othtr Utahns Are Sojourning in Metropolis of Nation I I BUSINESS AND PLEASURE SOME BUYING GOODS OTHERS MERELY SIGHTSEEING tSIJeclal to The IIerallRepubUcan New York Nov 60n Oct t i Mrs I Stuart Kolm entertained for Mrs Duffy I formerly Miss Grace Fitzgerald of Og den but now residing Ip 1 East Orange N J at the KoJm apartments 616 ZVeat One Hundred and Sixteenth street A number of Utah people were present old time friends of Mrs Duffy Mr and Mrs Clyde Squires were risit Ilig In New York last reek the guests of Mr and lira I8Ilac Russell at their apartments on One Hundred and Seventy sPvlnth street Mr and Mrs SqUires re turned to 1Vllipington Saturday Visiting with Mrs Fisher mother of Miss Sallie Fisher at her beautiful kome at Port Washington It 1 art Mrs R C Easton and Miss Afton Young The latter has been visiting In New York for somE time the gI test of bar aunt Mrs C...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 7 November 1909

1 g THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 1909 i L I Stat oie1 ty I MANTI ManU Nov GA newly organized club perfected In this city a short time ago Is the R K class intended for mutual helpfulness educationaUy and socially of Its members with other valuable addi tions that may receive consideration from time to time It Is a good addition to the numerous clubs of the Temple City The organization consists of the follow ing officers and members Miss Sidonia Olstl1 president Mrs Olivia Burns vice presIdent Mrs laud Brown secretary and treasurer Other membors of the club are Sirs Lodlcy Olsten Mrs Kate Kenner Irs Al1ra L Cox MIss Sadie Staker Miss Mary Jones and Mks Sarah B Peacock The membership fee Is 50 cnts and strict rules have been adopted whlh will aid the members In cultivating useful and beneficial features I The club members met at the home of Mrs Olivia Burns Monday last their regular meet Ing day where an excellcnt program was carried out An article on Fl...

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