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

I H THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 18 1909 = 0 lEMON SHIPPERS I 1 FILE COMPLAINT Suit in United States Court Seeks to Prevent Raise in Rates ASK FOR AN INJUNCTION GROWERS SAY ROADS THREATEN TO UNDO WORK OF CONGRESS SI1t was filed esterday in the United State circuit court of this dlitrict by ftelght concerns which are engaged In the raising of lemons and other citrus fruits In southern California against the Southern Pacific company and other roads and associations seeking a writ of Injunction to prevent the railroads from putting Into effect a proposed raise In freight rates from that district to various parts of the United States It Is asked that writs of subpoena be Issued to compel the various roads to appear and answer to the complaint It Is set forth that complaint already has been flied with the Interstate commerce com mission Subpoenas In equity were is sued In the case The suit Is brought by the Arlington 1nghts Fruit comrny and other ex e h1ng associ...

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. — 18 November 1909

Tr 5 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 181909 11 DOCTOR NATURE IS I BEST PHYSICIAN I Give Him a Chance and a Helping Hand Says East I ern Stomach Expert WORDS FROM LOCAL MAN I GIVES WARNING AGAINST TEM PORARY REMEDIES I I The Cooper stomach man who has been meeting throngs of people In In creasing numbers at Smiths Busy Corner drug store Main and Seconu South streets for several weeks had the following to say when Interviewed yesterday People all over the world are too prone to use drugs for quick rellet every time they feel an ache or a pain This Is only temporary treatment and 15 very bad for the system generallY If persisted In it will lead to scores of ompalnts and even serious Illness that might have been avoided Take the ommon complaint of constlpatlon every one knows or should know that car h dose of a cathartic gives relief only for the time being and that In reality Is aggravates the trouble Pee pie who take cathartics continually in order to move their ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 18 November 1909

p 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 18 1909 Mines and Mining Stocks GOOD SPRINGS IS SENDING OUT ZING Higher Price for Metal Results in Starting Several Good Producers Zinc Is at least a lively pretender for the throne ot the metal kingdom 50 long occupied by c9Pper and Good Springs Is the capital ot Its empire That Is the way the situation appears to the citizens ot Good Springs according to J B Jen son who Is operating properties there for the James T Hammond syndicate ot SaIl Lake Interest In the production of zinc Is at fever height there he dtclared and there arc many evidences that It Is to be lne of the leading zinc camps of the country Thr large bodies of unusually high grade zinc ore exist there has been known for some time but on account of the long distance to reduction works production has been Impracticable prior to the re cent advance of the price of the metal Since that advance was made several ot the developed mines have started produc ing Those...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 18 November 1909

c II THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 18 1909 13 t l Financial 1 and Commercial J LETHARGY IN WALL STREET PRECINCTS Several Doubtful Features Said to Be Overhanging the Stock Market MANY NEW BOND ISSUES PRODIGIOUS AMOUNT OF CASH REQUIRED BY RAILWAYS New York Nov 17The condition of the speculation In stocks became some what lethargic today as a consequence or UrlUUb UUUULIU1 XaCLUrl uvcrmUl lIb tue IIltuatiOIi lie 5WCUll1 at the OU WIiJQ muvmdnt VI gOlQ tv iuutn Amcr 11 WI1I1 One llUcn 111CLur 1lle lack 01 further relJlonJ u In the copper ImlUIoLnaUI w tun COuuhUatlOll vruJct was another lue anllUUIICcI1IeUL 01 several new lJunu l101oU5 Called rClhWUU attention to the Cap flat rquUnld eonltonunS the I1n411 CU11 maC1UUI anu hau Ii qultutl c11ct 011 life SJlt Ulo1L101l tine gOlU exports nau t b1l1l111 effect on the muuey marKet out biae Ii Cabot narl1enU1jS or call lOan rate ice l1elllana 1ur U111 loans was not bU gleat as recently New cork exchange i UL onlcugo su...

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

V iI = 9 p THE H RALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CiTY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 18 1909 MARS WIFES S FACEI F WITH SOUP BOWLS i I Three Unhappy Women Tell I Stories of Cruet Deeds by Husbands Harrowing details of how brutal a husband can be arc contained at length In three divorce actions filed In the dis trIct court yesterday George W Collins is said to have marred his wires face with soup bowls and tea cups Mary E Collins says they were married at Anaconda Mont Dec a 1559 She says he has been drunk most of the time for the last two sears Eile says he broke a soup bowl cn her face cutting a deep gash on her cheek Fbruar last she says he threw a tea cup hitting her above the J tt eye with It Mrs Collins says there re two children lay B and Edward P She wants their custody Sarah A Leek says the climax to the many threats of John A Leek came In June 1908 when he knocked her to the flOor and then menaced her with a butcher knife They were married In Salt Lake on June 4 1906 She wants tu custody of her...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 18 November 1909

14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 181909 MARS WIFES AGE F WITH SOUP BOWLS Three Unhappy Women Tell I Stories of Cruet Deeds by Husbands Harrowing details of how brutal a husband can be are contained at length In three divorce actions mod In the dis trict court yeaterdar George W Collins is said to have marred his wiCes face with soup bowls and tea cups Mary E Collins says they were married at Anaconda Mont Dec a 1889 She says he has been drunk most of the time for the last two years She says hc broke a soup bowl on her face cutting II deep gash on her cheek February last she says he threw a tea cup hitting her above the lift ee with It Mrs Collins says there Ire two children May n and Edward P She wants their custody Sarah A Leek says the climax to the i any threats of John A Leek came in Juuc 1908 when hl knocked her to the f + nor and then menaced her with a Imtrher knife They were married In alt Lake on June 4 1906 She wants PIP custody of her daughter 10 m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

V p A i TFI1I tISI1EI Aj 16 IB METALS CHANGES Jo find ti Weather j Silver 5Oc Qers offound articles are 7 t i246c fEM h L ad 440 per 100 lbs by the tound adS F i lr I InterMountain RepubUcan SAL LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 Price 5 Cents The Salt Lake Hered Yal 15 No lojj VoL Iii Xo 76 BODY TAKEN fROM MINE Nineteen Others Located Near the Ventilation Shaft of the St Paul Mine at Cherry the Scene of Recent Disaster DESPERATE ATTEMPT TO CHECK THE FLAMES Dead Lying in Heaps Behind a Mass of Debris and Search for Bodies Blocked Until an I Opening Has Been Madel WORK OF THE RED CROSS Cherry TIl Nov 18Vith the re covery of one body believed to be that of Ole Frieberg the location near the ventilation shaft of nineteen others that could not be rescued and a determined attack on the fire through the main pit the work of reaching the 300 bodies in the St Paul mine progresed rapidly today The alrshatt following the daring exploration hat resulted in the loca tion of twenty bOdles was clo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

r c 2 2 THE HERALDREPUBLlCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 Drastic Action Takell in Case of Mrs Stetson i x 1 3 r I LL I 1 J I I I 14J I I I I 1 I i v I v f I 9 I 4 A t i I I I i r I I h f I I i I 4 I Irs Stetson and the famous First Church of Cluist Scientist New York I Character of Haggleton I nlioll T4lcknc iays ot the character of Haglcton In The Dattle in which lit I now starring Hag leton Is a sophhnleal old seoun tiff I L amI his arguments are absolutely t 1in and unfair hut thats just the a hOllc fellows talk Mr ll1rrctt has attempted no mOll t an If > sketch against th barkround of IS FnatIc 8toO a character drawing 11 a man like IInssleton It doesnt moan I a 110 belIeves the things that haggle tlf a It certainly doesnt mean that I t4vc them I think there Is a point or tO upon which Haggleton touches th mslloyed gold of fact as there have bl n aay and will bo always Inspired klIOS among all classes who will divulge I secrets lagsIcton ghfB a good till 1 ti AIJHn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

I w ii THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SA T LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 3 i I NEWS OFUTAH AND ADJOINING STATES j OJ I Ogden News I Office336 Twentyfifth street CIrculation Department 336 twenty fifth street START WORK ON DEPOT i Construction Begins on the Big 100 000 Freight House for Harri man Lines Special to The HeralllRepublican Oden Nov ISTwentyflve men have started work on the concrete foundation of the new S10jOQO freight depot for the Harriman Hnes at the corner It Wall avenue and Twenty fourth street A rock crushing machine and a con crete mixer both operated by gasoline engines have been Installed The crushed gralae and cobblestone used In the concretl Is of uniform size and make a superior foundation number pf men Jiro engagedin the extension ot the foundation for th main depot building which brings It even wIth the south side ot the Induct Tile freight platform and sheds will extend north from the main building to near the corner of Twentythird street FEAR ILPIOFFICES P j MAY...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

s 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN The luterUouatala epubllcaa Est Feb 12 1906 The Salt Lake Herald Est June 6 1870 L Only Republican Dally Newspaper in halt Lake City Utah Terms of Subscrlptl DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 7S tents one year 800 SUNDAYOne year 200 SEMI WEEKLY In advance One dear 160 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address ot paper changed must give former as well as present address All papers are crntlnued until explicU order Is received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid In every case v I TRADES lA9CN COUNCIL 4 AK WHAT GREEN RIVER CAN CO It Is the belief of the men who made the latest trip of Inspection to the val leys of the Green and the Grand rivers that the Green river can Irrigate a millIon acres of land That Is probably true And It Is equally true that there are other mil lions of acres ot good land In Utah that will In time be blessed with the waters that now are going to waste he next t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

f t I THE HERALDREgUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 i 5 um S ElECTRIC LIGHTS FOR FORT DOUGLAS Uncle Sam Decides to Abandon the Primitive Kerosene I Lamps In the modernization of Uncle Sams military post at Fort Douglas the prim ItivE oil wick Is finally to be thrown away and a complete system of electric lIhUl1g Installed Contracts aggregating 2724206 have been awarded and work was begun yesterday The plans not only Include the wiring and lighting of be officers and privates quarters and grounds but also the erection of a trans former substation The contracts which were awarded Nov 15 are as follows Salt Lake ElectrIc Supply company construction of the power transmission line and feed wIres through the post 11 jt9 construction of transmission sub station building 2OO9ro Meteor Electric company Salt Lake wIring buildings and Installing fixtures 941856 F E Newberry Co St Louis trans formers and equIpment for substation tJffi Under the terms of the contracts the Salt Lake...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 1 TWO PUT TO DEATH AT GREYTOWN Continued from Page 1 of some forceful moral suasion It noth Ing more with a view or bringing Central American states to a realization or their responsibilities aside from acknowledgment that n de mand had been made on the NIcaraguan legation for a detailed and comprehen sive report or the Idlllng or the two I Americans the department declined to discuss the existing crisis Thc execution or the Americans Is held here to 00 indefensible In the absence of complete details this government Is re i tervmg judgment but it the men were captured in the ranks or the enemy with arms in their hands they vera entJUed to military trial under International Jaw It Is inconceivable to officials that either I man was acting as a spy I Plenty of Warships Handy While no orders have been Issued for the dispatch ot war vessels other than the Des Moines and the Vicksburg to observe conditions on both the Atlantic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

I I THE HERALDREeUBLlCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 I 7 T I OF INTEREST TO WOMEN I MAKES ONEYSjCT FINE ENDINGL LAME BACK AND BLADDER MISERY Several Doses Will Regulate tOur Ontoforder Kidneys and MaKe Yon Feel Fine A real urprhc awaits every sutlerer from kidney or bl3dder trIble who takes several doses of Papes Diuretic Misery In the back sides or loins sick headache nervousness rheumatism pains heart Jmlpltatlon dizziness sleeplessnes Inflamed or swollen eye lids lack or C 1ergy and all IjYmp toms ot outotorder kidneys simply vmlsh Uncontrollable urination especially at night smarting offensive and dls colored water and other bladder mi ery end The moment you suspect kidney or urinary dIsorder or feel any rheu matism begin taking this harmless medicine with the Itnowledge that there is no other remedy at any price m3dfl anywhprf > plsl ip th wflrl which will effect so thorough and prompt a cure as a 59cerot treatment ot Papes Diuretic which any druggist can supply I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

I 1 8 THE HERALDREPUBLlCAr4 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 1 GREEK MURDERER HIDES IN HIS DEN Police Believe He Is Still in the City but Countrymen I Conceal Him TROUBLE IS PREVENTED SEVERAL MEN DISARMED DUR ING NIGHT AND ONE ARREST Hidden by frlend3 and kin who 5ul Jenlr evaded direct quc5t1onlng and re mained calmly Indifferent to the search conducted through the Greek colony In West Second South street yesterday Gus Getls slayer of Androus Roumellates successtul eluded lib special policemen detailed for his pursuit Quickly sub5ld Ing from the state of turmoil which pre ailed Immediately after the shooting of Roumeliates In the Washington billiard lOoms Ycdnesday night the reek popu lation ot the city resolved itself Into a two8ided enigma for the l101lce to solve the Kothlattls family and friends prot erlng jumbled and indirect advice con cerning the whereabouts ot the murderer and the Getls faction maintaininG signifi cant silence Bloodshed was prevented last night by the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

Ti I bbATdrI TEcE REAL ESTATE MINES 1 CLASSIFIEp icruiicretN MARKETS j I PART TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 PAGES 1 TO 3 L I Whats l WhatinSports J I HARVARDYALE MICmGANMINNESOTA I TheSportingAuthor Salt Lake i1 1 JOY MillER TO PlAY QUARTER fOR MICHIGAN Ann Arbo Jlch No 1SJoscph Miler ler whose work at end was a feature In both the Syracuse and Pennsylvania James is slated to run the team on bC frnse against the Gophers Saturday When It WitS finally learned that Vas mund would not be permItted to enter th same Pattlnglll and Freeny were tb nb men mentioned for the game IItl1 i quarterbacks boots < Tattlnglll was thought to have the beta tI call But If Yost dont upset his plans Freny will play In Ordes place at half and Pattlnglll and flller wilL alternate at < Illl and quarter The latter will play end on 1fflSe and quarter on ofnsc Miller las hud some experience man b q lng teams and Is heady plucky und strung Pattlngll has not quite satisfied 1 ot by his manageme...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

t 1 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 WATERLOO TO BE i ANNEXED TO CITY I Committees on Municipal Laws and Engineering Dc cide to Accept Territory 1 1 WILL INSPECT THE LiGHTSj COUNCILMEN BELIEVE GRAVEL PITS MAKE CITY UNSIGHTLY WatQtlOO has knocked tor adm1s1on to S aJt Lake and the door was thrown II oppn 115t night when the joint com xnlttees on municipal laws and angl tlcerJngmet and deeMed to annex the I strIp f ground between Third East ilud FIh East streets and from Tem pest vcnue or Eleventh South street to TcoIfth South street TIle city at torny did not know jttt wllat course 1ad to be taken or tho annexation of any strip of land to the city 80 the natter went up for a report by Ion ttal night The city engineer rom re < < Io the map and change the names Of slme of the streets A numbei of them ft1e 1ilrst avenue Second avenue and a few others which would conflict with the numbered avenues on the J10rthh bench So the Waterloo streets will bo cha...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

w tE t f + THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 3 NEW APARTMENT HOUSE 8E1Nfi BUILT < < 4 V 4i7 i7 iJ 4 v < it I tv c2 r 7 I I I j Y P S ekiF ykh k I < N 5N I t d swtSn J y4 v t r 6 t r 4 f Fr 4yf f1 A f i 1 o < f > > 1 > V < < x FkTd A < I i I i TUCK APARTMENTS This elegant structure to be known as the Turk apartments Is being built on Second East street between Fourth and Fifth South streets for the Tuck fi ld esu When completed It wlll rank as one of the most convenient uptodptJ apartment houses In th city Work on it Is progressing rap I Idly and It Is expo ted It will be ready for tenants by the first of the year Each of Its four storms Is divided intI three spacious apartments making twelve In all fitted u > In most modern style ndwood floorS with sound proof partitions will be a feature ot the building The basement writ contain n I laundry and store rooms for the USI of the tenants Its location In the best of the reside...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

= I t i J < 4 t 11fF HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 uu I I Mines and Mining Stocks ROUN MOUNTAIN SWElLS OUTPUT I Bullion Production for October Breaks RecordsNew Ore in Mine i r Goldfield Kev Oct lBBullion returns from the Round Mountain Mining com panv for thl month of October exceed all records frm that proptrty oolng over UOOO I The mine clondltions are the best over known In thp property Two now and unlookrofor ore bodies have recently been dlscloseh on the GOO and 700 lewls While it Is IJt yet deflnltel determined It seems tha1 the crosscut south Ihto the 1ootwall on jhc 000 level has opened a new vein th 1 crosscut having penetrated sixteen feet 4f ore On the 00 level the what Is of new ore see11s to be south known ns tht vertical vein and Is all new ground ShCl11d present appearances bo fully realized development these new ore bodies wltl more thaa double the mine res rves givihg on the 100 more than ZJO feet of vlrgl1 backs while the new ore open...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 5 I t nancia1 and Com mercia I I lITILE EFFECT ON THE SHARE MARKET Wall Street Prices Strong Ow in to MelonCutting by II I I WellsFargo Compan iI i I SOME FINANCIAL GOSSIP GOVERNMENT MAY QUIRE I IN TO COMPANYS RICHES New York Nov 18The strong tone If IItocks today was not accompanied by anl matlon In the speculation The most strlk Ing Incident or the days neWs was the announcement or th6 melon cutting by tho WensFargo Express companS The maximum dividend distribution on this toclt up to the Trosent has been 10 per cent 1earl the advance to that rate representing a concession to demands from a clamorous minority or the stock holders The high record price for the stok before the present year was G Todays announcement Induced sales at 560 Thc dlstrlb tinn amounts to three times tho par value of the outstanding stock In cash calling for f4000ooo while the capital Is Increased threefold at the same time and the Increase offered ...

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

y 6 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 1 STOMACH EXPERT IS I I MUCH PRAISE HERE Says He Has Convinced Half I Sick People His Theories Are Right CITES LOCAL FOLKS WORDS STREAM OF CALLERS ALL DAY TO RECOMMEND REMEDIES The Cooper stomach man the ast ern expert whl has arouse a perfect storm of comment In Salt Lake City by his extraordinary theories In health maters has been In the city Jarly a month now When Interviewed yester day at Smiths Busy Corner drug store Main and Second South streets he handed a big bundle of papers over the counter without comment A few selecte at random and condensed be ause of limited space were as follows 1 E ANDERSON of No 9 Annex apartments was a very sick man for from a number of years suffering stomach trouble had no desire to cat and ever meal was followed by terrible pains in the stomach suffered from headaches and nervousness and chronic constipation everything he took failed to relieve until he began Coopers treat ment Ei...

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