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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 I L Gleaned from the suite AisleI Elcava Toilet PreparationsDemonstrat on b 15c Munyons witch hazel 15c Williams ninlr soap 10s Monday and week we feature a demonstration of the ELCAYA TOILET Creams 6 ounce bottle peroxide 9c To make room for Christmas stock Powders Soaps etc A sample free to all who visit our demonstration boothmain aisle Epsom saltslpecial 10c 65c 75c 125 ladles embroIdered 25c violet talcum powder Sc white and colored hdUI 25c ELCAYA TOILET goods are scientifically prepared products and far sutlerior for every purpose 6fic Tokolom skin food age 50e hair rollsspecial S5c for which toile products are usedabsolutely ori h i1al an not a haphazard mlxint of This Ind That They to produce an Imitation of something The ingredients In CREME ELCAYA have been studiously 50c oz Lazell s perfum 19c 500 Smc h cut aSI f ru i t b ow I 8 b est chosen from those which dermatologists have found to be the best for the skin ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

THE HERALDREPVBLlCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 S i tl I SOCIETY I J Continued from Page 1 out In the dining room rosy apples In pro fusion being banked about the room and the table enterplece being a basket of thE autumn fruits In the red shades The drawing room was decorated with clus ters of old rose chrysanthemums while the IIbrarJ and hall were bright with bou quets ot the largo yellow chrysanthe mums Mrs Thomas Kearns poured tea In the dining room assisted bJ Mrs Hal Brown Uss Mary Halloran Miss Olive Barteh and Miss Hollister Hancock Irs W C Bague erertalned with a prettily appointed luncheon Friday after noon at her home In the Swallow apart ments In honor of Mrs Kinkead of Berkeley Ca On Thursday evening Mrs Frank B Stephens entertained a few friends informally for Mr and Mrs Evans who are her guests during their VIsit In Salt Lake A large dancing party given Friday night was that with which Dr andMrs L 1C Snow and Mr and Irs R W Davnes entertained about nJ gues...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 k L SOCIETY it 1 Continued from Page 3 son and Josephine Wail Mrs R G Mc Niece assisted in receiving and others wl1 assisted were Mrs A J Gorham Irs David Keith Mrs A H Peabody Irs Ezra Thompson Miss Isabelle Os brrnc Mrs A S Peters Mrs Vllllam w l tZflI and Miss Edna Cohn The trou btdours stationed In the music gallery played a number ot delightful selections bout 20 guests were present during the Jtur from 3 to 6 I Irs A w Jacobs and Mts C L Jacobs i of Rochester X Y were the guests of honor at an Informal dinner party with huh Mrs Fred Hale entertained a few I frl nds Thursday night at her home In Soult Sixth East street F Mrs John L Bowman was the host I < s Tuesday afternoon at the regular meeting ot the Vomans club The house was prettily decorated In the I eyson s flowers chrysanthemums as IC n and carnations ° being combined Atli pretty effect On the dining table 1 large mound of the blossoms was IFt During the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 5 I Stat Society I PARK CITY Special to The HeraldRepubUcan Park City Nov 13Asslstant Post master Tames Dons testimonial concert will be given at the Dewey theatre Tuesday evening Nov 16 Residents of Salt Lake Heber and Coall11e are In terested In the success of the event Fol lowing Is the program Instrumental se lection Park City militdry band Intro ductory remarks the Rev C L Mar tin vocal solo Miss Harris violin solo Miss Iane Brooks recitation Miss Clara Kimball vocal solo C T Prick orchestra selection Professor Unnlchs orchestra oneaet farce A Morning and company vocal solo Irs A Bird reading Professor Orson Ryan vocal duet Misses Reese and Harris recita tion Mrs A B Vllllams vocal solo Mrs 11 T McGill grand chorus cqm blned choirs Instrumental selection Park City military band Mrs Jessie Drake accompanist Laurence Malone returned Monday morning from a brief visit in Salt Lake 111 and Irs Mike IcGIlI returned Sunday mo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 StaeSocie1y I MT PLEASANT Special to The HeraldRepublican Mt Pleasant Nov 13The Comm relal club of this cIty gave the most successful socIal affair In the history of the club last Monday evening The program was followed by an elaborate luncheon A H Ialben of Provo was Visiting old friends and relatives In this city last Sun day and Monday Dr AV P Winters returned from Salt Lake the first of the week He and G A Gilbert made the trIp from Salt ake to here In the new automobile that Dr lv nters purchased while there Mr and Mrs A T Bond Mr and Mrs P M Nielsen and Mrs Andrew Knudsen Tensie Lar sen were entertained by Miss sen last Saturday evening at the home ot hr parents Mr and Mrs Andrew Lar sen Bernard Madsen turned from Salina early In the week where he had been to Ilt his relatives 1 liC South ward Sunday school teachers loa planned to give a social every two weeks to all the officers and teachers of tile Sunday school t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 7 1 I Stat ocity I OGDEN Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov 13Mrs George V DaIll more accompanied by her daugher Ir ma spent Tuesday In Salt Lake District Attorney Tames H Devine and Horace Peer left the first of the week on a short trip to Elko Nev Mr and Mrs John L Herrick after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends have returned to their home In Denver A delightful affair was the five hun dred party last Friday afternoon when Mrs Samuel L Brick was the charm Ing hostess The decorations consisted of many colored chrysanthemums The In vited guests were Mrs Leroy Bccles Mrs George H Davis Mrs Arthur Wright Mrs H C Baker Mrs W Brown Mrs T C Nye Mrs Fred M Nye Mrs John S Lewis Mrs William Eccles Mrs David K Peery Mrs Frank M Driggs Mrs Tames H Devine Mrs Thomas H Car Mrs Pope Mrs Cullen Mrs Herrrk Mrs Baker Mrs o T Stillwell Mrs O B GUson Mrs VUllllm Glasmann Mrs George Halverson Mrs Ralph Guthrie Mrs Alexander W...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

of 1t 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 j I1mFd f I Mlilletts Clothing Store I q Kinetenths of the morning grouches start with the col lar and grow q Ninetenths of the mornings when everything goes wrong with a man his collar is to blame Yankpull struggle with the tiethe favorite scarf ripped a hit at I the hack seam TheY 1e good excuse to be sore But I theres no excuse for the collar J Theres nothing like this with Lion Brand COLLARS g That Lion Brand is the morning grouch pleventer It protects the scarf from catching makes it slide easily quickly evenly into its propel place The man who wears the Lion Brand collar is the man without a morning frown His scarf is knotted quickly properly smilingly in an instant t I g Ye keep a full supply in every shape and all sizes in I cluding quarter sizes from 14 to 20 4 I Mullett Clothing Company Fred A Slade President Half Block West FJom Main on Second South Our mail order department is always in working order t L...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

I r 1 I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 9 Miii IS S J MAKINfi LAVISH PREPARATIONS TO WELCOME I I ALL FORMER CITIZENS AT ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION v 4 1 MAYOR WILLIAM B LOWRY Chairman reception committee of an niversary celebration I I ISpeclal to The HeraldRepublican Mantis Nov 13At the farther end of the fertile San Pete valley 130 miles south of Salt Lake in a natural con 5500 feet above the level of the sea nestles the bustling moderl city of Iantl The snowcapped 1Yasatlh mountains form the eastern back ground a high promontory known as Temple hill protects the city from north winds and anotr opposite breaks the south winds while for 340 das in the year the warm sunshlno bathes the pretty vale with healthgiv log beams and the soft zephyrs trom the canon fragrant with the odor of spruce and pine tempers the air and keeps it ever fresh and pure Malaria or consumption cannot live In the dry atmosphere of San Pete Bulilled upon the alluvial fan rich In fertI...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

i 1 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 f PRESIDENT OF MORMON C11URC11 1 1S S f ELE8RAIINfi HIS 71ST BIRTHDAY t to a In 1 i i xpn z s r r i F r rt y f i t I w JOSEPH F SMITH Joseph F Smith president of the Mar lmon church celebrated his ventflrst I birthday yesterday with nn informal i gathering at the Beehive house Presi I dent Smith has been at the head of the church with John It WInder and Anton H Lund as counselors since Oct 17 1901 and most of his life has been taken up with church work In various capacities He was one of the first generation of children born within the church A few days before his birth his father Hyrum mlth and big uncle Joseph Smith foun der of the church were captured by a pnob and on the day Joseph F Smith was born tae Mormons were being driven from Far West When the present head of the church was five years old his father and uncle Hyrum and Joseph Smith were killed at Carthage Mo and three years later Joseph F Smith was driving...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 11 F MISSIONARIES TURKEY RETURNING Golden Horn Now Has Book of Mormon in the Armenian UTAHNS IN NEW YORK CITY MRS EMMA RAMSEY MORRIS SINGS AT CHAPEL SERVICES Special to The HeraldRepublican New York Nov 13ArrIvlng on the steamship Martha Wash hgton on Tues day Nov 3 were J W Booth and wire ot Alpine Utah S Burton Newman ot Salt Lake and John T Woodbury ot St George Utah The party were re turning to their respective homes after being absent a number of years In Tur key where they have been doing mis sionary work for the Mormon church Mr Booth went to Turkey about ten years ago and his wife joined him about tour rears later He has presided over the Turkish mission during which time the work under his direction has been materially advanced Mr Booth had the Book of Mormon translated and prInted In the ArmenIan language While there they were treatEd with re spect and were fortunate not to be In any ot the troubles among that peo...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 14 November 1909

I 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 14 1909 r 1 I Stat ociew I EPHRAIM Special to The lIeraldRopublican Ephraim Nov 13The R K class met at the home or Mrs W H Olsten ut Ianti Monday ovenlng with the fol lowing members In attendance Mrs Maud Brown Mrs Olevln D Burns Irs Ahlra Cox Mrs Kate Kenner Miss Zelia Crawford Miss Mary Jon S Irs Drantha Reid Miss Shlonia Olsten and Mrs Olsten Miss Candland or lIIt Pleasant was present to visit the elMS A lecture was given on English by Mrs Kate Kenner Mrs Burns lectured en Muscle Building MIss Jones read a chapter on Ease In Conversation and Miss Sidonia Olsten gave a reading In Fletcherism The next meeting will be helll at the home or Mrs Ahiru Cox A delightful affair was that of Friday when Miss Patra Anderson the art In structor of the Snow academy enter tamed a few ot her friends ata beauti fully appointed tea The tea table was charmingly decorated in tall flowers and autumn leaves Those present were Miss Sidonia Olstcn...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 November 1909

I r t r I r I I I I c i l I I CHANCES to sell used IFi St1 14 1 musical instruments for CHANCES to find a Weather but little less than their better oneroom home are Pages valUp are open to want aplenty among todays Today advertisers furnished room ads Fair t InterMountain VOL 1Ii No 96 Republican SALT LAKE CI1Y UTAH MONDAY NOV 15 1909 Price 5 Cents The Salt Lake gr9rl VOL No 72 SMALL HOPE ENTERTAINED FOR I SAFETY DE ENTOMBED MINERS i NEARLY 400 ARE IN MINE Experts Who Enter the Black Hole of Death for a Distance of 300 Feet Return With but a Slight Ray of Hope PRISONERS HAVE HAD NO FRESH AIR FOR 30 HOURS Three Attempts Are Made to Reach the Imprisoned Men and Boys by Rescue Party and Shaft Will Be Opened SAD SCENES AT THE MINE Cherry IlL Nov 14Nearly four hundred human beings men and rtJoys it is now believed are dead or perishing in the St Paul mine here iii though the experts who succeeded In entering the smokefilled airshaft to the depth of 300 feet late today re turned with a ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 November 1909

E I 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 15i1909 t Cohns I 222224 So Main Cohns The Pobular Price Store Cohns 222224 So Main J Cohns EXTRA r i g Express Brings l More Dresses to it w S Sell at Near Half t i a z Last week we told you of dresses at half price and Mon 2 a o d yi days response swept us off our 1 r C feetbefore night practically t r every dress was gone c Frantically we wired J r our New York buyer dresses acteristicreply Can Back you came like get last the us Cant char more lotd Thallksgiving Linens lor Near Half Price repeat a hurricane but Knowing the present high price of good linens the writer feared that he would get no live we shall try Editorial A Bargain Defined copy for the Annual Thanksgiving Sale But the buyer had a surprise in store viz Towels for And our buyer did try A useless article no matter how cheap is not bargain but A Manufacturers Sample Line of Everyone he succeeded Cats a needed something at a savlllg is a bargain of the best kll...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 November 1909

i I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 15 1909 3 L I HAPPENINGS IN UTAH TOWNS I I Ogden News Office336 Twentyfifth street Circulation Department J36 twenty fifth street APPOINTMENTS MADE IN fORESTRY SERVICE Numerous Changes in Personnel of Force in Charge of District Four Special to The HeralilRepubllcan Ogden Nov HThe forestry service has just announced the following appoint ments and changes on national forests In District 4 James H Baldwin was appointed as sistant forest ranger on the Fillmore na tional forest Orlow H Griffin on the Powell and William H Horton on the I Sawtooth The forest guards appointed were Roy P Ellis on the Challis Thomas J Car rq Chris SeeIRntl and Thomas Copen haer on the Idaho and G S Matthews on the Minidoha Joseph S offatt jr was appointed firist guard hunter on the Cache and AIlJlrt W Horton jr on the Sevier Mrs Emma Stauffer was appointed I I rlt stenographer and typewriter and Mss Eleanor Hull temporary clerk nogrRpher and typewriter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 November 1909

F f I I 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 15 1909 s THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN i 11 rile IaterIouatala Republican Est Feb 12 1906 The Salt Lake Herald Est June 6 1870 Only Republican Daily Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah Term of Subscrlptlont DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month Iii cents one year 800 SUNDAYOne year 200 SEMIWEEKLY In advance One year 160 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address ot paper changed must give former as well as present address All papers are continued until expllcU order Is received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid In every case r TAAC S uL N CUweII Y UNDERGROUND They who go down to the sea In ships have no such peril of deathand horrible hopeless desolate death as those whose work is underground That report of the four hundred min ers killed In Illinois diggers of coal for the comfort of the people diggers of coal for the hurrying of commerce is the most appalling recital imaginable Four hundred men entombed In the earth T...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 November 1909

1 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 15 1909 5 LOVE WAKES WHEN f PLACARD IS SEEN Inscription in Commercial street Chapel Arouses Mem ories of Buckeye Home Twentytwo years ago Thomas Mc InUre ran away from his home at Gal IIpolls Ohio and since that time until yesterday he has sent no word to his people and has heard from them but once or twice and such wofd as he received came from persons he met while leading a wandering life that has carried him four times across the con tinent He has twice served prison sen teO8 once In San Quentin and once In New Mexico Yesterday he wrote the first letter home that he has penned in twentytv years Although in the prime of life as reck oned in years the tinge of gray about lcIntires temples and the deep lines about the mouth suggested the face of a man twice his age as he came In the Voluntfcrs of America chapel In tom mfrclal street yesterday afternoon He seemed to pay but little heed to the words of the speaker Evangelist Tom Ia...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 November 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 15 1909 I 1 0 WhatsWhatinSports FOOTBALL NOW FOR CORONER ITI4e eSr ift orit All I the Time QUESTION L of Salt Lake j r I FOOTBALL CLAIMS ANOTHER VICTIM University of Virginia Player Dies From Injuries in the Georgetown Game BOTH SCHOOLS STOP GAME CORONERS JURY TO MAKE A RIGID INVESTIGATION Washington Nov HIOOlball las LJn1ld another icllm today when Archer Chrtatlan 18 years old left haU l ak of the University of Virginia team s 10 was Injured In too game with GOTgtoWll unIverlty yesterda died at POT town university hospital this Timg n autopsy dlsclOliled that death was d J L 0 cerebra hemorrhage following n tlsslOn Tile coroner has sworn a jury of prom lent citIzens whose duty It will be to ggest some modification of the rougher features of football tml to look Into the question of alleged police butallty and Indifference following the cldent oronfr Xeavits special jury Is made 1 j al follows Dr W P Carr for years D strIct oron...

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

JUT I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 15 1909 7 COUNCIL TO HAVE A BUSY SESSION Increase in Wages of Many City Employes ViII Be Considered SALE OF CITY LAND BODY WILL DISCUSS MATTER OF PROTECTING WATERSHEDS Ordinances raising the wages of the policemen fireman oil Inspector and poundkeeper will come before the city council tonight and will b passed the Irerased salaries amounting In the ag gregate t about 20 for the year This will be the opening of the campaign for a general Increase In wages for the city officials who have ben dubbing along on what Is said to be too small salaries and I Is probable that from now on un ti the first oC the rear there will b a series of new ordInances presented mak Ing the neostrr changes and making the offices a trifle more desirable for the fen political favorites The ordinance raising the wages of the policemen from the leutenants down to the matron will be pent fn by Councilman man T R Black One of the reasons for the defeat ot ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 November 1909

8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 15 1909 SOCIETIES WASAlCH LODGE No 1P and A M Masonic temple corner 1st South and Zd East the second Friday or each month Members or sister 1odge and sojourning brethren in good standing Invited H C Caw W L A J Lowe Secretary MOUNT ORIUI LODGE No 2 F and A MRegular meetings held at Iasonlo temple corner bt South and 2d East the tlNond Monday or each month Members ot 51ster lodges and brethren In good standing are cordially invited to attend CHARLES I DOUGLAS W rL CHRISTOPHER DIEHL Secretary ARGENTA LODGE No3 F and A M Regular meetings held at Masonic tem ple corner Second East and First South the first Tuesday or each month Mem 10 S or sister lodges and sojourning breth 1m cordially invited to attend E D hAMMOND W M M C PHILLIPS Secretary PTAH COIMAXDERY No 1 KnIghts rEmplarsStatd conclaves held at Ma Fonlc tempIE or d EaRt and lilt South the first Thursday ot each month So journing Sh Kntghta cordial Invited to attend WM 1r RASH...

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