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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 1r Camp Out in the corest 2 PINELADEN ATMOSPHERE OF GREAT BENEFIT TO THOSE WHO HAVE CONSUMPTION Among the mibhty pines of the Adirondack Mountains are hundreds perhaps thousands of consumptive people who have returned to the primi i I live in tive ute ot the early pioneer In an effort to recover health They romps built of rough logs and constantly Inhale the fragrant pineladen air which has a soothing healing effect upon the affected organs It i There is a peculiar virtue In plno which makes it a splendid remedy for coughs and colds and other affections of the throat and bronchial i organs This valuable medicinal property Is present in the Virgin on of combination of the active principles of PIne compound pure which is a pine and santal album there is nothing so effective as the mixture 41 To break up a cold quickly on of Pine compound i of two ounces of Glycerine a halfounce of Virgin pure and eight ounces of pure Whisk...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

r I 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 19Q9 LOSES BRIDE AND SUSPECTS DOUBLE Honeymooner Believes Near sighted Wife Followed Men Resembling Himself My wife has been abducted and she may be In all kinds of trouble by this time I Want you to find her and arrest tl stranger who took her away from n Xcltedly exclaimed a man who ruhd into police headquarters a few ITT1pnts after the arrival of the Over Ind 1lmlted on the Oregon Short Line tm Dpnv ysterday afternoon He gat tilt nlUIlP of A J Johnson of Den H and aL that his bride of two days ll1ill lllhpr deserted him on their honey lKm when tli train reached this city 01 Iing ncarshhted had mistaken an r man tor her husband Yu Hee It was like this John on ex i 1 tlod to Lieutenant John Hempel we lnt1 from Dnver yesterday on our 1IVI1100n ttif to Los Angeles Ve were Tn rr1 Sunday afternoon When the Ir z Ipft Ogden > this afternoon I stepped 111 thk smoking compartment Then I T 1lrnld a ft w moments later a stra...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 13 l MURRAY NEWS NOTES The fall terms at school at the Lund do t ntIon home In the vicinity of Murray Is now well advanced School Is In prog rss for five days In the week each school day consisting of four hours There are twelve boys at the school at the present tIme and besides their duties In the school room they have the work of fall harvest ing to do on the farm A large force of men has been engaged on Ninth East street Murray in getting a tpam engine out of the creek The en 111 went through the bridge which pans tL 1 I ottonxrnd rpk eirrving twn men with It but no one was Injured The big englno was finally hoisted from the stream yesterday badly damaged The Second avenue controversy Is still In the air at Murray All the bids which have been coming In the past two months have been rejected by the Murray city council and the amount of the deposit refl nded to the bidder The trouble uose over the price set by some of t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

V 14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 I L Mines and Mining Stocks NEVADA CON CAN SUPPLY SMELTER Economy of One Administra tion Feature Which Led to Big Merger Thf lonslderatlon of greatest weight the absorbing of rrP which led to umbrland Ely by Nevada Consoli dated was the demonstration following the trmpomry closing down ot Cumber 11n1 11 ly that the Nevada Consolidated steam shovel workings could easily sup ply the tonnage of ore required to teed the tptoe smelter and concentrator at full capaelty and that reserves are be Ing developed 80 rapidly that the situa tion in this regard will not be changed oven after the contemplated enlarge ment ot smelting facUlties shall have been accomplished Othfr important reasons presented by President James Phillips jr In his annual report are the advantages to be gained by complete control and owner ship ot thE Nevada Northern railroad and the probable reduction of operating expense which would result from per fec...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

j T < 7 I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 15 L f Financial 1 and Commercial j J DEALINGS IN STOCKS j OF LESS VOLUME Financial Powers Put Clamps on Wall Street Specula tive Element PERIOD OF QUIET AHEAD MARKET POSITIVELY WEAK AT CLOSE OF THE DAY f Npw York Nov 9Dealings In stocks diminished significantly today to the ac ompanlment of a sustained higher rate for call loans In the money market It Is evident the financial powers are agreed that conditions are not propitious for pushing speculative operations In secur Ities There was no evidence of the heav ily congested operations for the purpose of churning the market Into activity whkli have been a feature of stock mar ket dealings for many weeks It is tie conviction of the professional opratOld that a period ot quietude Is de ignu by the financial powers which Illlve fostered the prolonged speculative flSf In the market For this purpose re Trssit measures appear upon signs of un considerable movement...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

I 16 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 909 WANTED TO WAIT ERE l HE WENT AFTER WORK k Edward Fay WS given thirty days on a clarge of vagraney by Judge J M Bow agn man yesterday afternoon Fay offered the remarkable plea that M was a strnger In Sal Lake and did not want to go to J rk until he had become better acquaint I d His chances for getting aquainte turing the nExt month will b limited Three other mn charged with aganC Ire given f0ten HATCHERY OFFICIALS ARE BUSY THESE DAYS Fr d W Chambers state fish sad game < ommlsnr with his aistt In this dstrlt were at the state hatchery at Murray Fueday being busily engaged in 1f wok of filling up the hatchery and jutting everything In readiness for the embr hatch at the place This work IS progressing very rapidly and excellent r suIt are expected by the officials o the department 10000 Acres Carey Act Lands TO b opened for settlement at Mod ury Idaho November 1th under the King Hill Extension Irrigation Co Excursio...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 17 L 1 < READ FOR PROFIT Hea1dMRepubIican WantAds5caLine i USE FOR RESULTS FOR SALE FOR SALEI have one or the most de sIrable building sItes In Jackson square sIx blocks from city and county building which must sell at once desirable build ing restrictions best Investment offered In the city or good site for home ijI OO 100 cash balance 15 per month Address owner W 3 HeraldRepublican FOR SALE EXECUTORS SALE OF BLOODED SHEEP Bids wlll be receIved up to Tuesday the 12th Inst at 3 p m for the thorough bred sheep of the late A U C Smith consisting of about 51 rattlE and lroo ews Address Halveron Pratt Og d < > n Utah attorneys for executors FOR SALEOne coin operating piano spring motor can be used anywhere In absolutelY perfect condition must sell Regular prIce 650 Our price 250 17 West South Temple entrance thrOugh front FOR SALEFurnIture of 1room house furnished enough rooms to clear rent and havl comfortable li...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 10 November 1909

i I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY NoV 10 i909 SALt LAKE CITY UTAH f Removal Sale Removal Sale Will Starf Will Start Tomorrow Tomorrow Morning Ri Morning At 830 am At 830 am x 11 t 4 41 A r < qr AlIc II A AI J L Lt r q BIOREMOVAL SALE 1 II 1 f Every Article Reduced from 33 to SOc on the Dollar This sale is going to be the greatest moneysaving event of the season Every mans suit overcoat hat shoe and piece of furnishing goods in the house must go at the most remarkable reductions you ever heard of Our large increase of business has compelled us to look for a larger location It has been our good luck to find one Now we want to put in a complete line of new merchandise in our new store Therefore we are compelled to close out all our goods in this store at the remarkable reductions you see quoted here The winter season has just arrived and every man and young man in Salt Lake needs something to complete his winter outfit and this is your opportunity to get it at a saving from 35 to 5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 11 November 1909

I I I THE METALS Ey2rcEi Chance to find a teno Weather 14 1 Silver 50osc grapher of assured oapa Today Copper cath l211l6c bility Re brought to you II Pages HLRALD ELPUBLTCAN the ads Cloudy J ages Lead per 100 lbs 440 ELPUBLTCANThe InterMountain Republican SALT LflKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 11 1 1 1909 Price 5 Cents The Vol Salt Lake 157 No Herald 6 Vol tri No 91 t I HOME IN i THt I WHiTt HOUSE President Taft Completes His 13OOO1i1e Trip and Is Joy ously Welcomed by the Citi zens of Nations Capital City UNION STATION FILLED WHEN TRAIN PULLED IN Little Tinie Lost by the Chief Executive in Exchanging Greetings With SilkHatted Committees on Platform ROUTINE WORK NEXT WEEK Washington Nov lOAfter an absence of more than three months during which hI has made a 13000mlle trip through the west and south President Taft sleeps tonight In the White house He left the capital Aug 6 with the cheers of the crowd ringing In Ills ears He returned tonight to the tune of the same cheers but he tarried ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 11 November 1909

I flOODS FOLLOWED GREAT WINDSTORM Cable Lines Down and Amount of Damage Done at King ston Unknown Kingston Jamaica Nov 10All the land lines arc down as the result of a storm that has swept this section Com munlatlon with the Interior and neigh boring Islands is Impossible Floods fllOW the windstorm and continued unabatd Santiago Cuba Nov 10No details of darage done by the storm that swept over the itllsnd of Jamalca have I r a hed here While able cornrnunl c1Uon between Santiago and Holland Bay Jamaica has not been Interrupted Ue latter place Is not in touch with kingston because the government tel traph lines are down It Is believed that Kingston and vicinity suffered I more than any other part of the Island I but the extent of the damage cannot b i ascertained I Colon Nov iOCommunlcation be tween this place and the Bulls bay cabl station Jamaica was reestablished fCr a short time Monday afternoon but was lost again and there has been no word from that point since Whether this indi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 11 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 111909 3 II I I NEWS OF UTAH AND ADJOINING STATES j I I Ogden News I Offlce410 Twentyflfth street ClrculaUon Department fifth Street 66 Twenty I DO IT HARRIMAN WAY Railroad Officials Are Carrying Out the Ideas of the Late BAil road Magnate SpecIal to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov 10Havlng In mind the suggestions of the late Edward H Har rIman to put In double tracks cut out short curves and high grades and estab lish a block system on every mile of raIl rnad officials are pushing these Improve muts In several sections of the west Before the death of President Harri man the double tracking of the Union PHlflc between Ogden and Omaha was begun and will be completed within th 11lxt three years Block systems were In Ftllhd on the Harriman system before the death of the railroad king and the wJrk IS still going on The double trlrkln of the Oregon Short Line bl tWtpn Ogden and Salt Lake Is nearly half mpleted and will be finished duri...

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

4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 111909 THE SALT LAKE IHERALDREPUBLICAN The IntrrUountnln J1rpublicOD Est Feb 12 1906 TIle > Salt Luke Jlrruld Est June 6 1870 OnlY Hepubllcan Daily Newspaper In Salt ake City Utah Term 01 sub1lcrllltloD I DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month i5 cents onl year SOO SUNDAYOne year nOO SEMI WEEKLY In advance One year SL50 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address ot paper changed must give former as veIl as present address An papers are continued until expllolt ordc r Is received to d1scotInue All ar rearages must be paid In every case t TIcfs N4 lI roo DIVINE RIGHT OF THE DOLLAR One of the eastern papers says that Senator Aldrich Is proceeding on the theory of the divine right of the dollar 1to rulE It is not easy to find warrant for that statement SurEly the people of this country dq not want any more panics Surely Uey bellEve that if people of other countries can devise a plan of escaping panics the peopl of the United States can ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 11 November 1909

v t < F THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 11 1909 5 FOOD SHOW SPACE HAS BEEN FilLED Retail Merchants Association Decides to Make Event Noteworthy Work has been started In earnest by the boosters committee of the Retail Mer chants association In the direction of fur thering the Interests of the Greater Salt Lake Food and Industrial exposition to be held at the Auditorium In Richards street from Nov 23 to Dee 4 At the regular meeting of the association held last night In the Boyd Park building A A Trump manager for the exposition an nounced that the space had all been taken for the show There will be sixtyone exhibitors Including a large number of the local merchants and some from east ern points A feature of the show will be the gro cers country store which will be a faithful reproduction of the typical store of the rural districts even to the stereo typed cat on the counter and the town loafers The program of singers vaudeville and other features will be chang...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 11 November 1909

1T I o THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 11 1909 I WhatsWhatinSports All l the Time NOTHING BUT BIDS LOOK GOOD TO JEFF TheSportingAuthori ofSaltLake J STILL MORE AUTO RECORDS SMASHED Strang in Fiat Drives Ten Miles in SevenMinute Clip Atlanta Ga Nov 10Two heartbreak ing finishes and the lowering ot the track records by Strang and rain which caused the postponement ot two events were the features ot the second day ot the automo bile speedway meet here AftEr many disappointments yesterday Harding drove an Apperson jackrab bit to victory In a tenmUe contest The Buick car won the amateur tenmUe free toraU by 1100 ot a second but lost the feature event 100 mIles on the last lap The Buick was driven by Joe Nelson Chevrolets mechanician and he lost on the last lap to Will Knipper when his luT lricatlng oil became exhausted Louis Strang was compelled to with draw from the 10mlle race for large stock cars after the first lap In which Fiat ro had assumed the lead He captur...

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

r < I T I r < < > 1 7T > o < T4E HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 11 1909 7 I I f FISHER S HARRIS 1 IS LAm TO REST The Rev P A Simpkin Pays Eloquent Tribute to Char acter of Dead CITY AND STATE MOURN DELEGATIONS FROM VARIOUS PARTS OF STATE ATTEND SImple In the extreme and beautiful were the servIces over the body of Fisher Sanford HarrIs In the auditorium of the Masonic temple yesterday afternoon AmId soft sweet straIns of music filling the room from an unseen source mem bers of the Argenta lodge No 3 med two deep on either side of the flower covered casket and replied to the solemn MasonIc rtual and then stood In bowed reverence while the nev P A Simpkin delivered the last eulogy On either side of the banked file of Masons friends of fisher Harris filled to o ertlowlng the past auditorium lem bers of the Commercial club 150 strong were thre A delegation from the Ve ber club of Ogden also from the BrIg ham City Commercial club were present attendin...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 11 November 1909

I 1 8 THE HERAREPUBIcAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 11 1909 PASSENGER TRAIN COMPLETES TRIP First Train Arrives From San Francisco on Western Pacific CARRIES HIGH OFFICIALS MANY IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE MADE AT LOCAL TERMINAL The first train that ever came from San Francisco over the Western Pacific got Into Salt Lake at 23 ocock yester day afternoon Lke I came without any cere mony A few Rio Grande engineers whistles as greeting but the locomotive did not have any decorations There was have decoratons not even a tiny flag on the hedlght and I tny fab the only champagne bottles broken was when the negro waiter dropped them In the buffet car The train brought C H Schlacks vic presIdent of the Western Pacific H M Levey general manager and D F Evans general auditor and V G Bogue chief Schiacks private car a engineer Mr Schlack tUnIng ear and a baggage coach and the locomotive comprised the traIn lessr8 Schiacks and Levey hurried to the city ticket offices of the Denver Rio Grande tcket...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 11 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 11 1909 9 I r READ FOR PROFIT HeraIdRepub1ican Ads 5c a i Line USE FOR RESULTS I FOR SALE FOR SALEI have one ot the most de sirable building slte3 In Jackson square six blocks from city and county buUdlng which must sell at once desirable build Ing restrIctions best investment offered In the city or good site for homo 600 100 cash balance 315 per month Address owner W 3 HeraldRepublican FOR SALE EXECUTORS SALE OF BLOODED SHEEP Bids will be received up to Tuesday the 12th Inst at 3 p m for the thorough brEd SliCeD of the late A H C Smith consisting ot about SOO rams and 1000 cws Address Halverson Pratt Og S dn Utah attorneys for executOrs FOR SALEOne coin operating piano spring motor can be used anywhere In perfect condItion must sell atsoutely Our price 200 11 reulr prlre 5O through Wcst South Temple entrance front SALEFurniture ot 7roOm house furnished enough rooms to clear rent and small hav comfortable living rooms for family ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 11 November 1909

j I 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 11 1909 I v Jp Pu ii J MORAN IS TO f HAVE COMPETITOR Acme Asphalt Co Through Ogden Firm Bids for City Paving OFFER IS A BIG SURPRISE BOARD AND CONTRACTORS EX PECTED NO COMPETITION flA < openln gun has been fired Ira Salt flkc m the fight between the asphalt trust and the independents and the first haW will he decided Friday night by th hoard or public works in awarding the otract for the asphalt paving of Third SIIII street tram State street to Tenth East street P j Moran who has been alone In the field for three years and has Increased tile price of asphalt paving nanny iI per i c t IS said to be the representative of I VII trust In Salt Lake and It was for tlJls reason that the Barer Asphalt com pary pulled out In 1006 and never sub mlLd a real bid sincE that time The Hrbpr Asphalt company Is one ot the m U1 rompanleB In the asphalt trust and dn a practicallY all of the asphalt work Ir 1 e fast Till Barber company has...

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

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 11 1909 11 Icif cif s N i t 3 ff 4 4 fi < < 1 i i i < > r 3 J I t f o Fi ii1 B t it f l A r > ill xt < ° k W XTRAGOOD Mullett 5 Clothing Store Bigger and Better Th nEver J Three BIg Specials for Friday 7 I and Saturday CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT 500 pairs of boys Kniekerbocker knee pants at 45c a pair Regular price 75c 300 boys and childrens reefers and top oats at 27 eac11 I Regular price 350 to 1000 Age 3 to 12 FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT 200 ladies silk umbrellas with fancy gold silver and pearl handles at 2H5 each 1 Regular price 500 Keep your eye on our subway bargain basement salesroomthe workingman headquarters which ye will open in a very short time I Mullett Clothing Company i Half block west from Main on Second South I I o > X iW r = fi il q t i5I ttb te Round UL1 JJ Trip From SALT LAKE via t F a I j l I 9 c f fl s L 1 Ul f 1 111 t I CITY TICKET OFFICE 20 MAIN ST Tickets on Sale NOVEMBER 9 9 10 AND 11 Lim...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 11 November 1909

12 THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 111909 I Mines and Mining Stocks MUGH NEW LIFE 1 IN NORTH MEV ADA Good Showings in Mountain CityRevival of Tuscarora Is Assured All th way from Tuscarora to 110untalr City In northern Nevada are old mnlng camps which are awakening and new ones being brought In according to J l1 EnIn pioneer operator of that region WII0 Is in the city for R few days The old mines of TU5Carorr have been taken over by a strong eaten syndicate which lIas IUd out extenlliTo ian of develop ment Including tho building of a nJ1 road and a great power pfant On ac count of the magnlwdo of the work de as have been experienced but is Is be leved that the real campaign of activity will lie started not later than the spring of 1910 VlIlIam rarisb the noted mining ex pert whom I met in EUto told me that he was eXfrtlng every fittort to get op erations under way yet this fall said Mr Ervin but on accfmnt of tIle late nt8S of the Se8Jn he WLS not aure of be l...

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