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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

I 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 I A DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTING NEWS CONTAINING u n DASHING PLAY OF UTAH VICTORIOUS Montana Aggies Swept Off Their Feet by Great Attack FORWARD PASS A SUCCESS CRIMSON ELEVEN NEVER ON DEFENSIVE BY COACH MADDOCK I am greatly pleased with the game and the result and especially with tbe fine exhibition of the new game offered by the Utah eleven The Montana eleven Is one of good spirit and has a strong 1Ine When 1l came to meeting the open field attack of mv eleven however she went up in the air BY COACH MINTOSH Ve were outplayed and were beaten fairly I think however that the score overestimates the strength of Utah over Montana With six Inexperienced men on my team they were simply taken off their feet by Utahs varied attack In the second they steadied down and played good ball I am In close touch with the Intermountain elevens and do not hesi tate to say that Utah can beat them all vUh the possible exception of Denver univers...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

7 SHE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 7 t ALL IMPORTANT SPORTS FROM EVERYWHERE BADGERS fALL BEfORE 1 I SAVAGE GOPHR ArrACK Minnesota Wins Conference Title of WestIong Runs in Last slay Madison Nov 13Mlnnesota clInched the western conference football cham pionship today by decisively defeating YIsconsin H to 6 Minnesota played one of the most brilliant and successful games ever seen on a western gridiron For a short time In the first half Wisconsin held Minnesota and took the lead by 6 to 5 after MInnesota had scored the first touchdown In tse last ten minutes oC the game Pickering and Rosenwald smashed through the Wisconsin line and ran 75 yards for a touchdown Wisconsin was in better condition than at any time during the session With Osthoff In the game the cardinal line WaS strengthened greatly Anderson the sen sation of the Northwestern contest start ed the same at right half Fuclk was put in left end Minnesota was crippled because of the abitne of Captain...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

= = 1 r S THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 i VISITS OF STORK HURTING SOCIETY Social Purity Advocate Says American Parents Must Study Eugenics Broad and comprehensive handling of the subject of social purity by Mrs Mary E Teats national purity evan gElist of the W C T U at the Central Christian church yesterday afternoon formEd a most Interesting and Instruc ttve lecture Mrs Tats a sweetfaced grayhaired woman described the de pravity of presentda Immorality In Its naked ugliness In the course of her talk shE said I Every child should have the right to i a perfect birth Persons lacking In In telllgent knowledge of the duties and needs of true parentngl1 commit the gravest crimes against the child Itself and agalnst society when they bring a babe Into the world lacking In health and proper hereditary Influences Through the blood Of our ancestry can be traced the prophecies or destiny This Is a scientific fact While we can not remedy the blood of our ancestry ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

REAL ESTATE I MINES MINESfL F CLASSIFIED MARKETS PART TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 PAGES 1 TO 8 I UTAHS FRUIT AND VEfiEIABLE DISPLAY AT CHICAfiO EXPOSITION WILL SURPASS ANY PREVIOUS EXHIBIT S S h S E D BALL The grpatfst fruIt and vegetable display ever ollected by Ftah will be seen In the booth ot this state III the lnltEd I States Land and Irrigation exposition which opens In the Coliseum at Chicago cn No 20 and continues until Dec 4 Five thousand dollars has been spent In buying floor space collecting a superb exhibit and shipping it to the middle western metropolis and nothing has been overlooked to make this the highest fts 1ievonent In the states hitory of ex lIblts rtahs record in the past has been a wonderful one for fruits and grains but tIll > mEn back of the showing for the Chi ago exposition bellevfi they will excel all former efforts In the showing made tHs year which will be viewed by hun dred of thousands ot visitors awakened hy the great western movem...

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

2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 T Manes and Mining Stocks JI FIND LOST MINE IN NORTH NEVADA Salt Lake Man Figures as the Owner of Fabulously Rich Property The story of the rediscovery of a lost mine In northern Nevada a remark able surface mine wlth a ledge forty feet wide exposedto the hlght at fifty feet and the length of 900 feetIn which fIUres James E Clinton jr son of County Commissioner J E Clinton of Salt Lake county Is tala b this Boise Capital News The exposed ledge Is fabulous rich it Is said composed as It Is of free milling gold are run ning as high as 900 a ton Present owners ot the property are said to have reflsed an offer of 2000000 for It Associated with llr Clinton In Its own ership are Charles Stewart Robert An derson and Mr Reynolds Boise and Bruneau men The mine Is about nine miles south of the IdahoNevada line near the famous Kittle Wilkins ranch on Bruneau river with Hot Springs the nearest station The neW property It reports with...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 3 L M Financial and Commercial l J COPPER STOCKS THE MARKETS FEATURE Rumor of Consolidation of In terests Renewed in Wall Street DRAIN ON BANK RESERVES MONEY SITUATION STILL BOTH ERS THE SPECULATORS New York Nov lCopper stocks fur nished the object of a speculative diver Zion today In the dullness which held the g ° nlral list The return from abroad of a number of capitalists credited with de clellng voice In negotiations believed to have been under way for consolidating copper interests was made the occasion for the demonstration In that group Guarded admissions were Interpreted by the speculative element as confirmation of reports on the subject which have ln In circulation but no authoritative nnnounCements were made This move ment acted as a tonic on the stock mar k t Confidence was kept up by asser tons that supplies of credits sufficient to guard stock market values would be rthcomlng from other sources than the clear...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 Let Me Send Yon A Treatment of My Catarrh Cure Free + AA k I WkVY f v I F i A i c Do GAUSS I VIII Tnke Any Cite of Catarrh Xu Untter 1I0w Chronic or WlLnt Stage It IN In and Proves ENTIRELY AT ur OVS EXPENSE That It Cnn Dc Cured Curing catarrh has been my business for years and during this time over one mil lion people have come to me from all over the land for treatment and advice lly method Is original I cure the disease by Irlrst curing the causE Thus my combined treatment cures where all else falls I can demonstrate to ou In just II few days time that my method Is quick sure and complete because It rids the system of the Jlolsonom germs that cause catarrh Send our name and address at once to C E Gauss and he will send you the treatment referred to Fill out the coupon below I FUEE This coupon Is goad for a package of GAUSS COMBINED CATARRH CURE sent free by mall Simply fill In name and address on dotted lines below and...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 + 5 MKEAN CORPS SOCIAl Campfire and Banquet Given in Odd Fellows Hall by the G A R Auxiliary A campfire and banquet ar get ac Quainted social was tendered last night by the James B McKean corps of the Womens Relief corps to the James B IcIean post G A R and allied organizations with a number of their friends It was held In the ban quet room of Odd Fellows hall A com mittee compos d of Mrs Augusta Deane chairman and Mesdames South gate Lane Halman Lawrence Smel zer Hines Loughney Cool Ieskell and Patterson arranged the feast American flags were the principal decorations The McKean post held Its regular session last night and the banquet followed about 200 persons being present We Appreciate the Patronago Our store receives and endeavor to give such value for money received as will bring our customers back each season Our complete stock of furs are offered at 33 13 per cent dfsCOunt IEHESYS 156 Main St Expert Kodak Finishin...

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

u I 6 + THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH NDAY NOVEMBER 14 1909 I FOR SALEREAL ESTATE FOR SAL HOUSTONS THE HOUSERS Forget about the price you could get property for five years ago and get busy on the present prices as they arc low er than they will ever be again 1000 Lot 4Ox1O feet to an alley 11th East between 6th and 7th So Sts West front good view of the city 1250 4Gx115 feet to an alley on 7th avenue close In south front A snap 1000 On Sth East and 41h So small lot west front This street will be paved next year 1750 One more chance to get a fifty foot lot west front on 12th East between Third and Fourth South streets I5OO On the corner of 4th So and 12th East with a south and west front Lot HOxll0 feet to an ai icy 6600 Corner or 1st ave and L street facing east and north lot 165x 81Ja feet Room for four large homes Best residence district See us about terms S8000 Corner of Eighth East and First South street lot 6Gxl9 feet pay Ing sewer sidewalk curb and guttering all pai...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 7 I I READ FOR PROFIT HeraldRepub1ican Want Ads 5c a i Line USE FOR RESLTS1 I FOR SALE i I FOR SALEI have one of the most de llirable building ztei In Jackson square six blocks from city and county building which must sell at once desirable build Ing restrictions best investment offered i In the city or good site for home GOO sic cash balanc Li ver month Address owner W 3 HeraldRepubl1can FOR SALE EXECUTORS SALE Oli BLOODED SHEEP Bids will be receIve up to Tuesday the 12th Inst at 3 II m for the thorough bred sheeD of the late A R C Smith consisting of about IiOO rams and 1000 ewes Address Halverson Pratt Og den Utah attorneys for executors FOR SALEOne coin operating piano spring motor can be used anywhere In absolutEly perfect condition must sell Regular prke < < O Our price 250 17 West South Temple entrance through front FOR SALEFurniture of 7room house furnished enough rooms to clear rent and have comfortable liv...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

i I t 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT lAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 t l MAIN STREET DEAL Qertha Jackson Sells Property to A E Pomeroy for 20000 One of the large deals of the week In Main etreet property was the sale by Bertha Jackson to A E Pomeroy of Los Angeles through the Hubbard In Vestment company of 136 feet frontage with a depth ot nlnetyElx feet for 20000 This property located between SIxth and Seventh South streets II oc cupied at the present time by small cot tages tlr Pomeroy who has made other purchases In the cIty is Inter ested In the Wet Temple Realty com pany and the Salt Lake Realty Owners company The Hubbard Investment company also reports the sale ot a tour room cottage at 532 Colorado avenue to H P Strong for 1850 and the sale of sIx lots in Oakley Park to William rren ot Anaconda DOWSE MORRIS SALES Dowse Morris 332 South State street report the following ales Four lots from Henry Hovey td J Sweeney Tenth South and Eleventh East 81000 tortyacre farm Rexburg Ida J...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

crli i SArir 7G Tc Fi l MAGAZINEI j L ° T T0111 ENL PAGES 1 TO 8 SUNDAY NOVEMBER 14 1909 SECTION THREE SALT LAKE CITY UTAH t J L WHCffJffAItB4 IF HJJ ThKS T HUND J1nNlTJ1 FORPdkLr HlR Covpxpi4irf QiND IP J KEtPJ rifE LAND HE C4NNOtNARllY UNrlL viov J w i HERE Is hope for Chicago buslnes women tY d in government arm lands not only jn l t Tin but In husbands The womans club known as the Art Crafts guild has done a new and practical kind of club work In 1t tf I sending a representative out to Wendell Idaho and finding that this 19 truth in t stead of oft reiterated fiction f h The particular mission on which the club sent Miss z ± Gwenna Lynch to Idaho was to attend to the business f 1 or proving claim to 160 acres or Irrigated farm land t which five young Chicago women purchased under the 4 Carey act and also to report on what opportunity there Is In Irrigated farm lands for Chicago business women t t If it hadnt happened that the club sent just such tt et a Person as MIss Lynch who i...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

II 2 r HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CIT UTAH SUNDAY NOV J4 1909 I ajjyArJAur jjyArJAur WiiirAh f1 A 7 U Mr Anstruther protested Volna Leave this to me please 1 said i 1kede my honor you will run no I risk declared Bremenhof Volnas lip curled at this mention of his honor You wlll not trust him You cannot You must not Let me speak to you I said Wo Cnt outside leaving the door ajar that I could watch Bremenhof I can trust myself in this if not him Let your mother leave the house for some place when she will be safe until you can join her You must both remain in hiding prepared to leave the clty the instant wc can get you away But you she interpOBed Please I shall come to no great harm We have taken a risk with Brc menhof today but with the proofs against your mother in our hands and with the papers he has signed here to day my friends can put up a fight on my account which even if he dares to face it will get mo out without much trouble You must not run this risk she protested I have put...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

THE HER + LD 9EPUBUCAN SALT IIKE 1 CITY UTAH SUNDAY QV 14 1909 3 u e FAG = I Cr1A L J Y Da 101 CORRECT MILLINERY FOR MOURNING WEAR E are happily so constituted W that we rarely give any thought to the subject of mourning until the moment comes when we find it the only garb in which we care to appear Ve are called upon to select the garments which shall express our respect fcr the dead and protect us at such tines from trying sItuations and find ourselves quite at sea as to appropriate fabrics and styles 11e cannot afford to make mistakes for it is the worst possible form to break the general rules laid down for those in mourning These rules are not difficult to follow and apply 10 aU our selec tIons whether of gowns wraps or hats With regard to millinery acknowl edged authorities vary so little in opin ion that one may accept their edicts as I nal The hats illustrated are made by the three foremost designers of mOUrn ing millinery in Paris and New York and embody the features that a...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 I 1 ir r t d ri r I El 44 i 1 1 1 tip 1 J i J 1 M I r I I I I 1 it SiF j r V AiirU 1 4Sl r xr if r Y I S I q PROGRAM FOR WEEK Salt Lake TheatreGeorge M Cohan In The Yankee Prince Thursday Friday and Saturday nights and Saturday matinee The TabernacleJohn Phil ip Sousa and his great band with three soloists Tuesday afternoon 3 oclock and Tuesday night 815 Orpheum Theatre Vaud yille all the week beginning tonight with matinees daily except Sunday Colonial Theatre Rex Beachs great play The Spoilers all the week be ginning tonight with mati nees Wednesday and Satur day Bungalow Theatre Pall tages vaudeville all the week with matinees dally except Thursday but including Sun day Change of bill Thursday night New Shubert TheatreMlss Texas Guinan In The Gay Musician Wednesday Thurs day Friday and Saturday nights and Saturday matinee Grand Theatre Walter McCullough Miss Blanche Douglas and the stock com pany In Henry Mlllers play ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 tS considered to be the best of the thirty comic operas composed by Julian Ed wards and it has made a hit every where The Gay Musician is now on Its second successulsefson and It Is considered by the Shuberts to be the most powerful music attraction to be heard at their theatres during this sea son A notable company will be heard here In The Gay Musician and a singing chorus that is termed the best singing chorus in America MIss Texas Gui nan the prima donna of the company Is bound to become a favorite here ag she has In other clUes She Is the daughter of a well known citizen of Denver and s the piece of Unites States Senator Bailey of Texas She Is possessed or superb vocal l qualities unusual phys al cfmrms and magnetic power which make themselves recog nized over the footlights Miss Lottie Kendall the second prima donna ot the company was formerly the star of her own organization Harry Denham the baritone who sings the ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 A rtJKCrtLLrt ll T1Y IB I > Y A FAIIV A UllIHIQ WIlL APPEAR lliEIRE NEXT SUNDAY I r I I a i2 + crkLcRrn ratt yr j c u J n t a Lr0f 1 e rG h rrFy Yi c 1 I Z r i rti F = K d S 7 I f Coprrlbt lDOOJ by AmericanExaminer VanflarIt J n Copruits IIettrredlsex Gnat Btitan1tIQLG llruned I yNAj1nJ N I ti l r 7r l r beautiful mornIng In July 1 de cided to take a trip up the Hudson River tram New York L was weary of the noisy and exciting Ute of the city and longed for solitude and nature All the boat passed 8 particularly pic turesque spot my attention was attracted by an old country church overlooking the river Being In quest of the unusual 1 decided to disembark at the next landing and It possible find my way back to this spot Which 1 did The situation of the old Dutc church and at the wild cemetery was really romantic 1 began to walk slowly between the tombstones reading mechanically the various epUaphs Being In a depressed moo...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

E1 ± I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CIJY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 141909 7 1 S > 1 l J pNOMY inH1Ri3 f 4 tcr 1 L I I I ft1ThY J I I Off for the office and thefactory to bring in 5 wr week BE fourth of n series of nrti THE on the necessities for economy in the time of high prices is presented today Previous articles were A Stubborn Fact written with n view to awakening housekeepers to the present neces sity for economies Economy in Buying and Economy in Oook cry Marion IIarland will welcome let ters and suggestions from readers of these article Every idea may be n help to some one who wants help T F I were required to Indicate the IF chlet source ot wastefulness In the I average American household I should sy without hesitation The Hired Domestic The reason thereof Is patent It Is older than the Christian era T on tOe sheep are not The prllple ot preservatlon informs human mo tive It would be folly to orpect the hireling to take as good care of our pssesslons as v s do This Is especiallY...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

iii 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 I SUFFRAGETTING NOT A FAD y I > d S < < < c S f 7i II I I i + ay h at P I II sy III fl I 7 3V I + 4 ik t s j a ° f ° y kr v q 7 E J I I ii 1 > < JO 5 dee2 Would UrU7e 11 5c 2jf Sutfragettlng has long since passel I that stage where it can be des nated a fad It Is now a reality and a stern one at that With the advent of wom en high In the social scale within Its ranks an Impetus has been gIven to the cause of suffrage which is sendIng It forward with such a steadily Increasing power that legislators In all parts of the world have begun to realize that worn Is no longer the ans fight for her rights hysterical shriek of that class once slurrlngly referred to as the new worn eln but a well organized and carefully mapped out campaign of women thor oughly capable of fighting their own battles The arrival of Mrs Emeline Pank hurst Englands most militant suffrag with that tte on these shores coupled of Lady ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

S 4 SOCIETY MUSIC itfLIRALD RLPLJBIITCALN SECTION FOUR SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 PAGESl 12 I the many aCalrs with whIch AMONG people of Salt Lake have bURied themsp1vps amateur the atrkals have long held a proml 11lt place Our Salt Lake hostesses ever versatile turn readily from the pleaum of pink teas to the heavier duties involved In presenting a play and per formances give hy local talent have held n place on the boards during every season To their credit he It said so well staged 11avo ben these plays and so talented I and well trained the player that the pro dutlons have had few of the defects that seem to be a part of plays given by non professional people To the early training that so many of SnIt Lakes young people have received before th footlights of Salt Lake thiS ntrEs 18 due the fact perhaps that Salt Lake has given to the theatrical world a number of her most prominent players To few cities belong the honor of being the home of such world famous actresses ...

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