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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 151909 9 F READ FOR PROFIT Hera1dRepub1ican Want Ads 5c a i Line USE FOR RESULTS I 4 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR A SELECT LIST OF ROOMING HOUSES large or small or othar BUSINESS CHANCES See A G STEELE 14 E 3d So JUdgeBldg Ground Floor Bell 1226 Ind 13H SAY Dont fall to call on Cromer Co to fInd out about ROOMING HOUSES and every other known busIness opportunity No 11 East 3d South WE sell hotels restauran rom Ing houses grocery stores SaJOOLS or any kInd of 2 busIness you icant rh Lewis Lowe Co 223 JudGe bldg FOR SALEHalt Iliterest In a new In vention for SIOOO to get It on the mar let Addres3 R 2 HeraldRepubliCan BARGAINS Restaurant State street 1OO Barber shop Main street 1ioo L housekeepIng rooms 975 18 rooms good lease 1100 BIRRELLSHIPP REALTY CO roth phones 3333 16 Exchange Place FOR SALE FOR SALE OR TtADE GOOD CITY renting property VlIl trade for good farm ADPly Georre SaxtJn room 408 Hooper Bldg FIrst South between Main and...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 November 1909

c k S 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 15 1909 r MODERN CAESARS BAD AS ANCIENT Pilate Answer Favorite With Trust Barons of Today Says Minister BLOOD MONEY OF CARNEGIE SPEAKER SAYSPEOPLE SHOULD FIND IF HE HAS ARIGHT TO IT In the course oC his sermm In Unity church yesterday the Re William Thurston Brown iid Here are two distinct ways of look ing atIlfe twp distinct Judgments In human actionthe ideal of Caesar and the Ideal oC Jesus Caesarlsm declares tllat force Is the only God Ve have the power to enact our will Va will therefore enact that will Caesarlsm in the first century said The Ideals taught by this Galilean are Inconsistent with the maintenance oC existing gov ernment If this man Is permitted to live the empire cannot stand There Isnt loom In the same world for Caes arism and the Ideals of Jesus Jesus must die his Ideas be rooted up Later on that same Ca sari6m em bodied In u powerful church declared exactly the same sentiments It had ex pressed by the ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 November 1909

3 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE i CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 15 1909 11 I L THE DAilY PATTERN M c i I f fh fli 1 1 47 I LADIES PLEATED SKIRT This skirt has nine gores with a pleat laid in each gore and is a suitable design I to form part of a suit Or to wear as a separate skirt The model is suitable for any material I I This pattern is cut in five sizes fo 30 waist measure Size 28 requires 514 cards of S6lnch material Price ot Pat tern 478 is 10 cents No4i8 I Name u I 1 ± ddress I Size I Fm out blank and send to Pattern I Department of this newspaper I I I I Through our 1ecisonable e f price a short cut to this r tih 0 D urJ en ° any I store to Lou means true economy mil 9 sw r 1 i r J l Our Dress Goods and Silk business continues to leap ahead by bounds When you read 3 fl the specIa I stat follow you will understand wh y Give the people 1 real I genuine bargains 111 I i TOY ING NEXT OPEN J i1VJ1 IIlD desirable and seasonable merchandise and back up every statement with values just as I ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 November 1909

I 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 15 1909 I I MINES AND MINING MARKED STRIDE IN TREATING ZINC ORE Electrostatic Mill of the United States Company Described in Detail The are from the mines of the United States Smelting company at Bingham contains about 10 per cent zinc In addi tion to the values suitable for the lead smelter Heretofore this ore has been milled to produce a leadptito product carrying considerable zinc sulphide and a tailings carrying some zinc there be Ing no way to recover the zinc In a mar ketable product says the Mining World Now however a mlddllngs product Is mal1 on the tables containing most of the zinc and assaying about 15 per cent copper 5 to 6 per cent lead 2S per cent zinc and 18 per cent Iron This product Is dried and separated on static separat ors This change In the operation of the concentrating mm Is due to the success of the Huff electrostatic separators In separating the copper lead Iron gold and sliver as a pyrite product fro...

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

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 15 1909 13 FROf PACK TEllS CAUSES OF OUAKES AND HOW THE MOUNTAINS IEKE MADE In the article below Professor Fred J I Pact if the rl1lverslty of Utah explains I the formations of the mountains In Utah and offers tentative theories concerning the probable cause of earthquakEs which were so numerous In October ProfEssor Packs article IS timely and a most In teresting contribution to popular science Everyone wants to know why Is an I earthquake No better answer to the j question has been gIven by anyone than In the following i The doctrine of spontaneous generation I Is becoming one more and more ot UH I past Science today Is seeing a reason behInd all of the more common phenom ena Our Inability to explaIn the ac tions of nature lies In our lack of knowl edge to understand her workings The popular mind Is content to read only the Iltures depleted In the great book I of nature i I To the traIned scientific eye the past ages at hIstory ar...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 November 1909

14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 15 1909 APOSTLE WHITNEY ON CHURCH LAWS Tabernacle Speaker Urges His Hearers to Keep Sabbath and Pay Tithes SUNDAY WORK IS UNWISE NO PROFIT ACCRUES AND A STARVED SOUL DWARFS MAN In a strong sermon replete with Scrip hrdl quotations In prouf ot He stand talon AJosUe Orson F Whitney exhort ed his hearers at the tabernacle yester day afternoon to yield obedience to the 1IW of tithing as It was given ot God a and by so doing prepare the way for the principle ot consecration which must prevail among the Saints before the com Ing ot the Messiah Apostle Whitney also spoke at length on thc commandment to keep holy the Sabbath day The entire auditorium of the tabernacle was flllld by an Interested congregation T p services were presIded over by Pres ident John R Winder Invocation was offered by Elder Joseph S Yells fol lowed by rendition ot the anthem Ye Slmpl Souls Who Stray by the choir Apostle Iutneys opening remarks acre on the comman...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 16 November 1909

1 I THE METALS 14 CHANCES to find a Weatner Silver 501hc better oneroom home ro I Pages Copper cath 12 l3l6c apLenty among today Today Lead 440 per 100 lbs furnished room ads Faire j InterMountain Vol 15 > No n Republican SALT LAKE CIlY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 16 1909 Price 5 Cents The Salt Lake Harald Vol 111 Ko 13 FIRE BREAKS OUT AFRESH IN THE COAL SHAFT AT CHERRY AIR FANNED I THEEMBERS Mine Again Sealed Up and Rescue Work Abandoned No Hope That Any of En tombed Men Will Survive I NUMBER OF THE VICTIMS NOT DEFINITELY KNOWN Two Hundred Widows and I 1000 Orphans Thrown UP on Charity of World Ac cording to Latest Figures iI i I MINE WORKERS SEND AID I II I Cherry m Nov 15The 300 or more miners entombed in the St Paul mine by last Saturdays disaster are I dead Some of the bodies lie buried I beneath thousands of tons of earth 1 which have caved in upon them and I it is doubtful if many ever can be I recovered This was the opinion expressed to I night when attempts at rescue work I carried...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 16 November 1909

r 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 161909 w DESIRE TO COME INTO SALT LAKE Residents Waterloo and Su gar House Ask Council to Annex Districts PAVING CONTRACT IS LET CITY ENGINEER GETS INSTRUC TIONS TO EXAMINE SEWER Residents of Waterloo and Sugar House A knocked at the door again last night when two long petitions asking for ad mission to Salt Lake were received by the city councIl Both were sent to the < ommlttee on municipal laws engineer Ins anti the city attorney Delegations from each district will probably be be fore the council committees Thursday night to hasten action upon their re Quests The Waterloo district signed by C G Evan and 1 others Is for the annex ation of that territory bounded by Tm pst street and Twelfth South Fifth EaJt and Third East Charles D Smith heads th list from Sugar House upon which there are about roo signatures They ask for the admission of the territory to Twelfth South street and from Seventh East to Eleventh East south of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 16 November 1909

i I THE HERALD REPUBLiCAN SALT LAKE CiTY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 16 1909 3 I I NEWS OF UTAH AND ADJOINING STATES J I Ogden News OfficeS3G Twentyfifth street Circulation Department 136 twenty firth street OGDEN CITY COUNCIL HOLDS BRIEf SESSION Only Routine Business Was Trans acted and Bills Ordered Paid at Meeting eSpeelal to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov loAt a meeting of the Ity council this evening bills to the amount ot r350 were allowed and war rants for them were ordered drawn A warraqt for t5TIi was drawn In favor of William Doyle for work on sidewalks The report ot the sanitary officer showed gdln to have It cases of scarlet fever 1 of diphtherIa I of typhoid fever and 1 of chickenpox The report ot the treasurer showed n alunce of SJ7S93S A payroll amount In to SttH ot the waterworks depart Meht was apruvd and claims ot 004 against that department were allowed The ordinance tor sewer district 100 pro Idlng for a sewer In portions ot Van Blren Jackson and Quincy avenues be tween Twe...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 16 November 1909

4 THE HERALDREPUBliCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 16 1909 THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN The InterMountain Republican Est Feb 12 1906 The Snit Lake herald Est June G 1870 Only Republican Dally Newspaper In 4 Salt Lake City Utah TernUi of SubllerlptJoRI I DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 75 cents one year 800 SUNDAYOne year 200 SEMI WEEKLY in advance One year L50 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address ot paper changed must give former as well as present address All papers are continued until expUclt order Is received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid u in every case nOES C VCll DEAN HARRIS HELPFUL BOOK Last year Dean Harris added to the riches of good libraries with a volume called By Path and Trail It is a rec ord of his journeys through the regions from the Petrified Forest to the tip of the southern California peninsula with a most appreciative comment on the work of the priests who devoted their lives so unselfishlyand In the main so successfullyto the betterment...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 16 November 1909

I I THE HERALDREPUBLlCAfJ SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 16 1909 5 ROOSEVElT WORKS ON RACE PROBLEM Prominent Southerner Declares Former President Is Try ing to Colonize Negroes Former President Rooslvelts best friends In the south believe that his trip to Africa has a quite different object than the kll1llJ of big game said Jutlge Frank icLaurln of Biloxi Miss as he was waiting to buy a ticket In the Denver Rio Grande ticket offices yesterday There Is a general notion that Colonel Roosevelt Is perfecting a plan for the colonization ofnegroes In Africa which as you know is the only solution of the race problem which Is consldcred feasible by southerners There arc many things which tend to corroborate this belief For Instance Colonel Roosevet took with him agricultural cultural experts and he Is spending a great deal of his time In territory not under any European government It Is thought that he Intends to get conces sions from native chiefs and then re claim land that nobody wants ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 16 November 1909

7 r 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 161909 Whats All What the TIme in Sports LOGAN AGGIES FAIL TO BEAT MONTANA Th SportingAuthorily of Salt Lake j I I J I I MAY BAR FIRST YEAR MEN AT U Faculty Considering the Adop tion of Freshman Rule in Athletics At the meeting of the faculty of the Unlverslt of Utah Monday afternoon steps were taken for the modification of the present eligibility rulea for the pur nose of Introducing the oneyear rule Into the 1tah athletic code This will mean that hereafter no freshman will be permltte1 to take part In college ac tivities against another college team Tile proposed Introduction of the one ear rule was proposed for several rea sons One of the most important Is that It wi1l put Ptah athletics on a par with olorado and other western school ath letls and will enable Utah to secure con tests with these schools This year con tests with Colorado schools other than the Golden Miners could hot be secured on aount of the Colorado scho...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 16 November 1909

F < THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 16 1909 7 SALT lAKE WILL 1 ENTERTAIN JAPSI Pl ns Ar Made for Reception to Members of Commercial Commission i FOURHOUR STAY IN CITY VISITORS NOW IN FINAL STAGES OF LONG TOUR I On Wednesday forenoon Salt Lake U have as its guests the hOJQra omnwrclal commissIon of Japan which under the directo of the Japan cse government If making an extensive tour of the United States The party lxtyfc in numbcr will arrive in Salt lake by special train over the Denvtr itt Grande railroad tomorrow mom Ing at 8 cclock and wi remain In Lie lty until noon While here they wi be the guests of the Commercial dub The program IJroides for the reception of the com mhsloner at the depot by a committee omposd of Governor William Spry Mayor John S Brnsford Senator Heed Smoot Secretary of State C S Tingey w j laIorn president of thc Com merlal club A J Davis president of the city council I G Whitney chair man of the Commercial club entertain n1nt committ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 16 November 1909

4 1 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 16 1909 NEWSBOYS VICTIM IN BAD CONDITION Fred W Foulger Takes Nour ishment Through Tube as Result of Injuries s Ith only a narrow line separating him from actual starvation and facing the prospect of being sustained by liquid nourishment through a glass tube of the smallest possible diameter for at least two months Fred W 10uller victim of an assault committed by Denver news boys about two weeks ago presents one of the most critical and delicate cases e er brouglt to the attention of the med ical fraternity of Snit Lake The IJa tlcnt Is at preftnt under the direct care of Dr W F Beer at the home of his varentp 100 Jefferson avenue s Ith both jaws broken IO badly that only the most rigid casts will hold the several parts In place oulger Is I more helpless Ulan a lJabe being unable to move his jaws From time to time a glass tube so small that the slightest blow would cnsh It Is Inserted In the Imall opening between the patient...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 16 November 1909

I HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 1 16 1909 9 i READ FOR PROFIT HeraIdRepub1ican Want Ads 5c a i Line USE FOR RESULTS I F BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES THE LEWISLOWE CO INCORPORATED THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE BUSINESS CHANCE OFFICE IN THE STATE OF UTAH Third Floor JUdge Bldg Phones 4136 EXTRAORDINARY OPPORTUNITIES For Investment of small sums with bIg returns are being presented every day Dont Jet YOur money lie Idle Its earn Ing power Is greater at present than It has been for some time Read our list carefully then consult us Ve will give you expert advice on all investments Note our new method of helping our custom ers make money by giving them free advertising In the FOR RENT FUR NISHED columns WE KEEP MOVING And pick up all the snaps Just listed a commercial hotel In a town of 6000 population net earnings 250 per month fI modern rooms rent fl3a including steam heat fine furniture 2500 will give you possession balance very easy gets nIl the commercial tra...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 16 November 1909

i r 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 16 1909 WATCH FOR THE CAMERA MAN Watch for the camera man today and all week If you soe him and he sces you and you get In the way ot his camera It will mn a chance for you t see tree of charge one of the hest musical shows and light operas that will Islt Salt Lake this season The camera man wlll take a number of snap shots of persons on Salt Lake streets today and for several das TheRe IIIe t res ti I be reproduld In The HeraldRepubl1an Watch for the pictures It tlO camera man happens to get you and your picture Is reproduced In The Her aldRrpubl1can come to The HeraldRepublican office and Identity yourself and T s ou will be hanied two excellent scats to the Salt Lake theatre for flie perform ave of hLo the Harry ARkin light opera and musical comedy that will ap plar at the Salt Lake theatre the latter halt ot next week Several ot the 111ture5 taken today will be prInted In The HeraldRepublican ot tomorrow morn 11F It you...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 17 November 1909

C THE METALS rTt TJI TTc 14 Silver 50c Pages Copper cath 12 1316o b Lead 440 per 100 lbs interMountain Republican SALT LAKE GUY UTAH WEDNESDAY ii la No 98 J NOV 17 1909 1 Chances to reduce their Weather J own rent expenses to a Today I minimum are open to fur ay nished room advertisers Fair J Price 5 Cellts The Salt Lake Herald VoL 17 No 74 WROUGHT UP I BY DISASTER Authorities Fear Violence on Part of Surviving Miners at I Cherry Ill and Troops Have Been Ordered There NO FURTHER EFFORTS TOENTER THE SHAFT Widows and Orphans of the Victims of Fire Need Food and ClothingAppeal Sent Out by Red Cross Society HEART MOVI JG INCIDENTS Cherry Ill Nov l6Troops have been called to prevent any untoward demonstrations at the St Paul coal mine when the bodies of the 300 men entombed by Saturdays disas ter are brought to the surface Sheriff Skoglund of Bureau county with authority from States Attorney Eckhart telegraphed to Springfield late today asking Governor Deneen tzJ send several companies o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 17 November 1909

I e 1 2 4HE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 17 1909 S WARM DISCUSSION BUT MR CLARK WON Annual Convention of National Association of Railway Commissioners Washington Nov 16Because of the contention of many members that an attempt was being made to limit the Ower of the state railway commls slons an acrimonious discussion cha ncterhed the opening of the annual convention of the National Association of Railway Commissioners today The discussIon arose over the rec ommendation of a committee that the convention Indorse the proposed fed eral law giving the Interstate com mlrce commission authority to pre scribe uniformity In classifIcation for interstate traffic and urging state ccmmls3ioners to make exceptions sparingly Commissioner Gothling of Ohio contended that those who voted fuT the report bound themselves to maintain the classification fixed bY the commission on interstate shipments He was supported by Commissioner Burr ot Florida Commissioner Clark of the inter ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 17 November 1909

L I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 17 1909 3 I I NEWS OF UTAH AND ADJOINING STATES1 1 r Ogden News Office336 Twentyflfth street Clrculatlon Department rJ6 twenty fifth street tEPMENS GATHERING 1Joard of Control Planning to Enter tain National Woolgrowers at Ogden in January ISpecial to The HerahlRepubUcan Ogden Nov 16The board of control for the tort slxth National oolgrowers convention and mldwlntcrq sheep show jas appointed aU the orkll1g committees l1eded in prosecuting the work 0 ar lanIng for and handling the convention wHen it convenes ill this city In January The sheep owners of Ogden are con tributing liberally to the success of the t1tforprlse It wm require abOut COOO to defray the nllessury expenses aside from the ex pense of furnljhlng incidntfll entertain ment to the visitors i CASH IS DISTRIBUTED t TO SUGAR BEET GROWERS ISpeelal to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov 16Because of the dlstri < Jution of thousands of dollars among the farmers of Ogde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 17 November 1909

4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 17 1909 THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN The Iater1Iouataln Republlcaa Est Feb 12 1906 The Salt Lake Herald Est June 6 1870 Only publlcan Dally Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah Terms of SubllcrlptioDs DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 75 cents one year 800 SUNDAYOne year 200 SEMIWEEKLY In advance One year L50 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former 8S well as p sent address All papers are continued until expllcU order Is received to discontinue AU ar rearages must be paid In every case PP I TRACES lAB r COUHL LA I II HAD A GOOD EFFECT Those Salt Lake people who moved against the unclean slaughter houses of this vicinity in the early part of the season have the satisfaction of knowing that theIr labors have brought good re sults At the Monday night session of the fly council a butcher presented the statement that he had cleaned up his place as directed when the authorities closed It and he wants ...

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