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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 13 November 1909

H 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN J SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 t E RACING MEN GO TO OTHER TRACKS Newspaper Pads Advertising Columns and Railroad Com pany Sells Cheap Ticket Colonel I A Benton city passenger agent ot the Denver Rio Grande had a satisfied smile as he watched the untlng ot receipts for the weeks pas SEnger business yesterday The usual income had been greatly augmented by tte sale of tickets to El Paso Texas and to Jacksonville Florida All 01 tIe tickets were first cxas > 1 alia UI ery few Instances did the holder of the ticket condescend to take II tourist sleeper Most of them had Pullmans I wonder where this racing crowd gets the money said one of the ticket sellers a trifle enviously for It was 1lrfmen and their vassals that had pur C Iased the many tickets At the offices of the Oregon Short L no It was reported that many tickets had been sold for Oakland Curiously enough the local office of the Short Line sold more Oakland tickets than He Ogden office which ...

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. — 13 November 1909

Ii THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 3 Ogden News I I Offlce410 Twentyflfth street ClrclaUon Department 36B Twenty J filth Street I COSTlY fREIGHT WRECK i I Confusion of Orders in Snowstorm Results in Collision on South ern Pacific Special to The Herald Republican I Ogden Nov 12Two veteran railroad men being confused over their orders caused a wreck between two extra freight trains on the Southern Pacific at Mote a small town west of Carlin Nev Thurs day evening shortly after 7 oclock In which no one was Injured but consid erable damage was done to the rOlling stock and the traffic was tied up for about twelve hours I Superintendent E C Manson was near Mote on a tour of Inspection when th5 wreck occurred and he rushed to the 8ne whee ht directed the clearing ot the wreck He has summoned a board of Inquiry and an Investigation of the wreck will be made The wreck occurred during a blinding snowstorm and with a high wind blow fog Extra freight train eastboun...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 13 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUULICAN lke InterJlountnln Republican Est Feb 12 1906 The Snit Lake IIera14 Est June G 1870 Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah TernUi ot Sub erlptloDI I DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 75 cents one year 800 SUNDAYOne year 200 SEMI WEEKLY in advance One Year SlW six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address or paper changed must give former as well as present address All papers are continued until expllctt order Is received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid In every case a GERMAN HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY In another column on this page wIll be found an article prepared by Consul George Nicholas lift formerly an Ida ho newspaper man now at Nuremberg Germany It Is a statement or a very vital question Do the German wage earners receive enough pay to Insure them a proper standard or living And from the statement sent to Washington by Mr Ifft It seems clear that the an ever must be In th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 13 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 5 l L r l SOCiETY I 1 J TODAYS EVENTS o Mrs W W Armstrong will en o tertain four tables of brIdge this 0 o afternoon at her home In the G y Stauffer apartments the guests of 0 < n honor being Mrs Joseph Drmker 0 of St Louis Mrs Kinkead ot 0 4 Berkeley and Mrs J F Evans of G 4 > San Francisco 0 0 0 o A matinee box party will be v o given today at the Orpheum the 0 o atre by Mrs Elizabeth Bonnemort 0 o and Mrs Joseph Young the com G o pUmented guest being Irs Thom 0 V as Kearns 0 0 V 0o o Mrs J A Reeves will be the 0 o hostess this afternoon at the last 0 V of a series of bridge teas given this v < week at her home In P street V 0 4 A five hundred party will belt U given this evening at the home ot S > o Mr and Mrs W D Foster the af 0 U fair being In honor of Irs Albert 1J Jordan b A 0 4 A party will bIJ given this after noon by Mrs Harcombe who will 0 o entertain In honor of Irs William 4 > St Claire River...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 13 November 1909

< 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 E I OF INTEREST TO WOMEN II i How to Wash HandkeYChiefs II The careful French woman takes much trouble over the proper washing of her handkerchiefs and would no more think of haying them go Into the hands of the family laundress than she would semI a piece of handsome lace to her In the first place her handkerchiefs arc I never allowed to become unduly soiled and after once using are put into a small linen bag that always bangs heside the toilet table When a half dozen or more have been collected they are put to soak in an earthen bowl filled with cold water and suds made from the best of washing soap In this thEY should remain for half an hour after which they are care fully rlllsed in more cold water Then comes the thorough washing of them In lOt water In which a spoonful of borax has been dissolved This is done as gently S possible by patting and rubbing and I for this last many women use 8 childs toy washboard ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 13 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 la09 1 7 f 4 Waltham Watches Y 3 4 111 d y io I i 10 2 I j 9 31 r t t About Buying a Watch f f a Dont buy a watch from a cat alogue of a mail order houseyou will be disappointed if you do Go to a jeweler for his own reputation if nothing else he will see that the watch you buy has been put in thorough order properly oiled regulated and is > running tight Everyone knows that A Waltham Vatches are as accurate i l imekeepe as it is possible to make y and yet here are a hundred accidents r that may happen to a perfect watch t after it leaves our factory A good watchmaker knows how to remedy such things and you may be sure he will do t F it before he takes your money Fl Valtham Watch Company r VaItham Mass N B When buying a watch always ask your jeweler for aValtham adjusted to temperature and position Where Are YOU 9 1 on Salary Ladder T 5 out of 100 ie Managers f men earn over 2000 a year < r I > Dept Heads 1 earn 1500 o...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 13 November 1909

i B THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 I A SALT LAKE BOOSTER I y i A w fr 1 H WALTER WALKER flOflENT among the boosters p for II greater Salt Lake Is H W Walker manager and vice presi dent ot the KelthOBrlen company Let us all pull together Is the sug gestion offered by Mr Walker to the people of the city generally Business In all fines seems to be good was the opening statement of an Interview ranted yesterday by Mt Walker Collections are good which indicates that people generally have money Our business bas Increased to such an extent that wo are contemplat Ing some enlargements to our present quarters to facilitate the handling of that business I do not know of any city In the intermountain west where there are greater opportunities for Investment In real estate and In business enter I prlses of all kinds The boost t1plrlt serms to have gotten hold of all fac tlans In the city There seems to be more harmony at the present time than during any period In ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 13 November 1909

4 TrI ILIT REAL ESTATE MINES IEIL1RJSII1ID 1LLIFIJ11LTCA1iM CLASSIFIED MARKETS PART TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 PAGES 1 TO 8 Whats WhatinSports SALT LAKE ENTERS LISTS FOR FIGHT ITheSporlingAuthori1 All l the Time L of Salt Lake I LOCAL BOOSTERS BID FOR FIGHT Offer of 100000 Sent for the JeffriesJohnson Bout in Salt Lake t BELIEVE IN ADVERTISING WITH PEOPLE TO HELP GREAT PROFITS MAY COME R11t Lake has entered the arena as a blJdpr for what Is expected to be the gatest oontest ever witnessed In sport domthe JeffriesJohnson fight ester dlY a telegram was sent to Jeffries guar antfping a pUl1e of 100000 If Salt Lake ould be chosen as the meeting ground f the coming battle of the modern Tit ars Tile offer was made through A Fred V cy who Is backed In the proposal by number of the Icadlne business men of t1e city as well as tne leaders of the sporting fraternity The matter of en deavoring to bring the fight to Salt Lake las been under general discussion for ac reral days ...

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

t 2 t THE HERALD REPUBLICAfd SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 O 2 Big Specials d n ago re o See them in the window I r Iens fine colored shirts Y pleated or plain percale and r madras aU sizes extraordin i ary values at D 125 1 o 1 Sweater Coats m For men and young men I n 4 o 4 just the proper thing for 0 n o I cold 1 weather wear A warm 4 4 4 4 4 4 and serviceable garment 4 125 4 1t 1 1 n A H CRABBE COo 220 Down Main t With our elaborate showing of fine durable rugs and carpets we can introduce into your home so d much coziness and comfort that youll regard the outlay small in comparison with the satisfying results Bundhar Wilton Rugs and Carpets Are the best and latest in vogue They come in all the conventional designs not floral and sizes PRICES range from 4200 Our Linoleums come in all the wanted designs and colors We carry too the well known RixdoIfer J I I 1 f t i P O t r + W for its the mild mellow old whiskey that all your forefathers loved to drink Full seven years...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 13 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 + 3 I MURDER TRIAL IS r NEARING CLOSE John Kothiaftis Charged With Killing of Countryman Takes the Stand SCARS SHOWN TO JURY II I I I RELATES TORY OF FATAL AF I FAIR AT BINGHAM T Johl othlaftls charged with the mur der of Peter Getls at Bingham on Dee 13 1008 went on the stand in his own defense yesterday and will be one of the Lust wItnesses heard In the case It was stated yesterday by Samuel A King at trney for Kothlaftls that there would Lc only one or two more witnesses for the defense It Is now believed the mur der trial may be finished this week Twelve Greeks wIth unpronounceable J amen were placed on the stand by the Li d tense testified to threats they had J ° ard Getls make and ware then dls rlssed I F Dr F E Shaup of Blrtgtmm described t three wounds In the body of Kothl t fts reeeived In the last fight with Ge t fl One of these In the left arm struck IoJthlaftls from behind the physician showed An ther went int...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 13 November 1909

1 I 4 I 9 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 r I Mines and Mining Stocks OHIO COPPER MILL I IS READY TO GRIND I Filling Ore Bins Is Under Way Mill to Start the Coming Week With the exception at a brief walt nPllssary to permit the transformers to dry before they may be used the big concentrator of the Ohio Copper company is ready to be placed in commission The delay may extend over a period uf sev eral days but It Is almost certain that the mill will be started next week grind ing are Marhlnery for onehalf ot the mill Is UI In place and the lel1urlde Power com pany will tOday complete Its connections for turning on the electric power The work of filling the ore bIns In the mine Is under way the shoving out ot He ore over the doubletracked electric tramway through the Iascotte tunnel can be start ed upon a moments notice One section of the mill of the nominal capacity of OOQ tons a day will be placed In commission first As soon as the ma chinery ot that sec...

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

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 5 I l Financial and Commercial j I VARIED WITH THE MONEY SITUATION Speculation Renewed When the Call Loan Rate Went Below 5 Per Cent CHANGE LATE IN THE DAY TRADING KEPT WITHIN NARROW LIMITS ALL THE TIME New York Nov 12The sluggish cur rent of the price movement In the stock market today shifted in consonance with the varying view of the money situation Supplies of money on call at 5 per cent and below gave confidence that the banks are within their reserve limit Later the appearance of the preliminary estimates of the weeks currency move knent and announcement of further en gagements ot gold for export renewed nnxlety and the call money rate stlt fened again The outgo of cash during the week has been much larger than sup posed the balance against New York on the express movement running appar ently to nearly t500000 up to Thursday night Subtreasury operation and gold ship mll1ts to Brazil together have taken t 654000 th...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 13 November 1909

I Ir 6 + S THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 I I THIRTY DAYS IN JAIL FOR THEFT OF TROUSERS Fifteen days per eg Is alOgetle a new advertisement for trousers but this partrulnr llalr of trousers vanished mys rJously a few days ago from the store I of tI lulet Clothing company and wel late founw in company with WH I 1m renSn who was are ted on a t Iurc of petit larceny tteflifly afternoon Gleason was ar 1Rlgnd j in police court and convicted of Itealng the trousers Judgo J 1 Bow man decided that each trouser leg was worth about 5 days and accordingly sen lucd Gleaon to erve 3 das In the cl Jai RAILROAD NOTES r I I The Oregon Short Line will put on a r ttor service between Salt Lake and Og dn early next spring The motors have already ben ordered and are similar to orere tie ones that ale now running to Ialad ia and from Denver to Grclev on the 1 olon Pacific The Utah Construction company which i s the corporation that Is building th I llfnt rod his announced ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 13 November 1909

J THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 t 7 > READ FOR PROFIT Want Hera1dRepub1ican Ads Sc a Line USE FOR RESULTS I FOR SALEREAL ESTATE rOR SALE Read ths list of fIr i1danq property hlch we oUar for sale for cash br on monthly payments If one or these does not suit you we 1llve oUlQrs On 10th ave betwEen and F stB ind 6room pressed brlalc bungalows one short block from new 9th ae oar line hall livIng rooms and dining rooms have fir flnlh stained mission mission fireplace in living room large bath room pantries 2 clothes closets gas and e1ec tric lights fitted for furnace large front 1yrchs cement step cement OOnB blCk preIt Is screened in prices tMO to 4000 Iaroline ae between 9III I aDlI 10t East and th anl Cth Soutir entranco from 9th East just ornp1ote4 1P t1lr and tourroom c4tagea trORt and back porches electric lights city water grad rc3 street 10aUn desirable or street raf1wa3 ePloyes prices tOO to 2CIIO I Ianitltn PlaC9Runnln north from 6th South be...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 13 November 1909

s f fHE HERALDREPUBLICAN LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 1 HUSBAND IN JAIL BRIDE IN TEARS Hermann Villner Buys Clothes for Young j Wife With Bad Checks Because ho wanted his twodayold bride clothed as a woman or fashion not forgetting a dreamy picture hat with thE latest droop and II smart tnllormade Bult to match Hermann Vlllner Spanish war Ieteran and enlisted private in Company I at Fort Douglas Is in the city jail charged with uttering forged checks un der varous names to the a1ount of 80 The wife formerly Miss vllne Qjerda who married VllIner last Wednesday morning accompanied her husband to the police station and tearfully pleaded for th officers to release her husband say ing that he meant to do no wrong and had purchased the clothing at the Z C M I store becaus he loved her and wanted to see her dressed as well as other omen She said that while Villner was courting her he represented himself to be a physician at St Marks hospital VtlIner is alleged to have passed three c...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

4 4 tFT S2LT THE METALS CIrANCES to get the Weather 44 Silver 500 right sort of tenants come Today Copper cath I2Ui6o Pages Led per 100 lbs 440 to want advertisers Snow InterMountain Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 Price 5 Cents S B1t Vol Lake 167 No Herald 71 Vol 15 No 95 FOUR HUNDRED MINERS PERISH IN FIRE AT CHERRY ILL t WEEPING WIVES AT I MOUTH OF THE PIT Entrance t Mine Sealed and No Hope for Those En tombed Below Cherry Ill Nov I5At least 400 men were killed today by an ex plosion in the St Paul Coal company mine here This estimate was made tonight by mine officials after a careful cal culation of the disaster Only twelve bodies had been recovered up to a late hour Mine Su perintendent James Steele declare five hours after the explosion it was almost impossible that any of the miners could escape The mine has a day shift of 484 men Of these a few left the mine at noon Twentyrive are known to have escaped after the fire broke out The others doubt less are dead ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 BANKERS REPORT T A TIGHT MARKET c They Say Speculation Has Caused Much Borrowing to Be Done TRADE UNUSUALLY GOOD DRY GOODS MARKET IS BRISK AND PRICES RISE STEADILY I A tight money market Is reported by the local bankers during the last week The era of speculation has to certain extent been reproduced by the return of better times with the result that people have been heavy borrowers from the banks for almost every conceivable form ot en terprise Business generally continues good In all lines The drop In the mercury did not result L a dropping ot In business with the hardware trade To the contrary dealers report busIness continuing good with a marked Improvement In collections The r otove trade Is very active especially In I heater stoves so that it Is not easy to flU orders Builders hardware Is still being shIpped out In great quantities due to the desIre on the part ot contrac ors to finish the many jobs in course of con...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 3 Ogden News Office336 Twentyfifth street Clrculatlo1 Department 336 twenty fifth street STATE ART EXHIBIT OPENS WITH DUE ECLAT Canvases on Display Represent the Best Work of Utah Artists and i Win Liberal Praise I Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov 13The Utah state art ex 1lbltlon opened this evening with a much larger exhibit of paintings than has ever tern made before In the state In addi tion to scores of prIvately owned art I treasures the state of Utah sent the best 11 Its collection which added greatly tG the value of the exhibit Artists like J lAo Fairbanks and J B Fairbanks who have seen Paris salons said the exhibit was one of the best ever made In any western slate and that It could not fall to have a great educational value John Mills superintendent of the Og t11n schools made the speech of welcome A number of beautiful musical selections followed isltlng club women from Salt Lake and many artists sprint ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

I H 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 THE SALT LAKE l i HERALDREPUBLICAN The InterMountain Republican Est Feb 12 1906 The Snit Lake Uerald Est June 6 1870 Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah Term of SubscriptioDI DAILY AND SUNDAYOno month 75 cents one year 800 SUNDAYOne year 200 SEMIWEEKLY In advance Ono yelir 150 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address at paper changed must give former as well as resent address All papers are continued until explicit order Is receIved to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid In every case IM TRAOE9 liBh COhNCII y A L THE WOMAN WITH THE MASS OF HAIR In the dining room of the hotel a Woman sat alone excepting for the company of a tremendous mass of hair or other foreign substance all which the hair was bullded and spread and stretched and called and massed and wound and tied and spiked and fast ened till not ono capillary could es cape Other women looked at her and won dered why she had made h...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

4 t THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 5 L I JO BACKACHE OR KIDNEY MISERY L AFtER TAnlNti JUST A FEW nOSES Your Outororder Kidneys Will Act Fine Ending the Most Severe Bladder Trouble The most effective and harmless way to cure backache and regulate outof order kIdneys or end bladder trouble 15 to take several doses of Papes Diu retic You will distInctly fool that your kIdneys and urinary organs are being cleaned healed and vitalized and all the miserable symptoms such as back ache headache nervousness rheuma tism and darting pains Inflamed or swollen eyelids irritability sleepless ness or suppressed painful or frequent urInation especially at night and other dIstress leaving after taking the first few doses The moment you suspect any kidney or urInary disorder or rheumatism begIn taking this harmless preparation as directed with the knowledge that there Is no other medicine at any price made anywhere else In the world which will effect so thorough and promp...

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