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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

T p THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 7 F I READ FOR PROFIt h i USE FOR RESULTS J I FOR SALEREAL ESTATE FOR SALE WE OFFgr FOR SALE THE FINE residerco property listed below which nay be purchased from us or from any first class real estate dealer In the city for cash or monthly pa3ments NORTHWEST CORNER SEVENaH nnd iI streets sevenroom twostory pressed brick stone foundation dwelling I moiErn lllumhln and furnace lot mfxIO feet 1rlco 5751 NO GW NINTH YENUE SIXROO1 pressed brick bungalow modorn Illttmb Ing and furnace lot 2Yxl rods 1lce U50 II I I NO 3U TENTH AVENUE NILR rIlE car line sixroom preaed brick bunga low large front rrahtln screened baok porch complete modern plumbing Irtce 1500 NO 55 E STREET ONE SHORT block from new Ninth Avenue car line modern presed brick bungalow Price 7W ON TENTH AVENUE BETWEEN E and F streets fivo nd sixroom modern bungalows newest Jllsns complete plumbng fitted for furnace Prices 3GOC to 4000 HAMILTON PLACE BUNGALOWS nine s...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 19 November 1909

Y i i S t THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 1 DO YOU SEE YOURSELF HERE I < W > I > l < 1 < > rlJi k 1 > i 1t 2f rlt ft rI < t j t t > F Ji 7 < i > < V i F xa < W > Q < 74 > < gi r At > iu U r A L S f t s < d > I A < < 0 i f L t 1t1 W 1 > h > < Ij > I i I ii 701 r I > F < < < + v r ov j fk 1l L M > A < j < i S 4 r 8 sP t i7 k3 Y < es W i I I xr i ro 3f I I I t a k Sr < if + y fa v 1J t f I I vt < v ts tt > t t > < < y m < v Y = j t V 7 > 1f > TTA V 4 II I I f RS HANNAH FALDINO of Tmt South and Eleventh West streets rec M ognized hr likeness In The Hernl dRtpublIcan of yesterday came In and ident fled 11 rstlf and rcceiven two good seats for the performance of Lo t the Salt Lake theatre next week Mrs Faldlno was pleased at receiving the Ckets and there Is no doubt that she will ba still more pleased next week hen she uses thr seats ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

4 J I i I I THE XETALS CHANGES to find the Weather 16 Silver 50c l sers of foundarticles are Copper cath 12 13160 offered to ho est finders Today Pages by the Found ads Rain I Lead 440 p r 100 lbs I Vol nlerMountaln l No 101 Republican SALT LAKE C11Y UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 1909 Price 5 Cents The Salt VoL L1ke 157 No Heral 17 riEv N TRIAl IS ORDERED Verdict in the Sharp Case Set Aside by Judge Walter I H Sanbom in United States I Circuit Court of Appeals SHERMAN ANTITRUST ACT WAS NOT VIOLATED Coal Company Not Prohibited From Selecting Its Custom ers From Rlfusihg to Sell Product Fixing Prices I OPINION ItS HANDED DOWN St Paul Minn I Nov 19Judge Walter H Sanborn in the United States circuit court of appeals today handed down an opinion setting aside the verdict and ordering a new trial in the case of the United States against the Union Pacific Coal com pany the Union Pacific railway the Oregon Short Line railway James xr Moore and Everett Buckingham I in which they are charged with vio ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

r ii r a 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV20j 1909 p ALASKA GOAL LAND I CASE BEING HEARD Government Introducing Evi dence After the Affidavits Had Been Read SeattlE > Vash Nov I9At a hearing before ScIaI Commissioner William J McEC the government began the intro Lction or evidence to show that no de 2IQpment work bad been done on the mnincham tai claims In the Katalle Istrltt ot Alllll These are the c1almb Jnvolvd m the avlsBalIInger contro virsy which resulted In the dismissal ot Glavis from the land office The first wltnes caUed after the introduction of affidavits of the claimant corroborating the affidavit ot Cll1reni Cunningham nd hJwlng thc intent of the entrymen was Andrew 1 Kennedy Mr Kennedy wh Is a coal expert was sent to Alaska b the government to Investigate the Work done toward developing the claims 111 Kenned spent two months gOing Qer 33 claims for the purpose ot Il5cel talnlng the amount ot work that had been done on them On several occasions...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

li THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SAl LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 1909 3 L I NEWS OF 01 AH AND ADJOINING STATES n2 Ogden News I Otficc336 Twentyfifth street Circulation Department Z6 twenty I firth street ffl CHECKS ARE DELAYED Employes of Southern Pacific Will Have to Wait Longer Than Usual Special to The Hera1dflepubll an Ogden Nov tEmployes of the South ern Pacific compal1Y In Ogden will not rcelve their october pay checks until about the first of December when the pa car will arrive In Ogden the first time In several months The usual method of paying oft the em I 11 ell Is by chcks through the offices in Ogdsn but every six or eight months thc pay cat makes a trIp over the vari ous divisions of the system and dlstrlb ntps thc cflecks The pay car which Is In charge of Pay master P N Newell leaves Oakland for the east on Nov t The trips of the PY car enable the paymasters department to get In closer touch with employes rnder the old method of the Southern Pacific company In paying Its e...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

i HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 1909 THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN TJae IsterXeeatal RefJH1tllcaa Est Feb 12 1906 Tlu Salt Lake lIeralci Est June 6 1870 Cnly Republican Dally Newspaper In Sail Lake City Utah Terms of Saltllcriptloat DAIIIY AND SUNDAYOne month is cents one year 800 SUNDAYone year = 00 SEMI WEEKLY in advance One yer L50 sIx months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address ot paper changed must Give former as well ftS present address All papers are continued until expllcU order is received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paId In every case I TROESu qi C UNCL i c LJ THE SCHOOLMAAM FACE Two teachers were walkIng down Ftreet In the mornlng hours and they met a third not personally known to eIther of the pair But I know shcs a tea her rald one She has the regular school maam face And the other turned to her with the Instant and concerfied Inquiry Am I getting the schoolmaam hMr There was a bIt of terror In her ques I tion and her companion was abl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

t THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY v20 1909 6 ASKS CITY TO AID I I IN AIRSHIP LINE President of Aero Club of Utah Proposes to Establish Aerial Carriers PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT INVENTOR SAYS HE WILL CARRY EVERYTHING RAILROADS DO Dirigible balloons of the Zeppelin type sailing majestically over the Va s tch range carrying freight and some passengers from Salt Lake to every Important city on the globe a passen ger station and airship sheds on the northeast bench on land owned by the city an electric light plant hotel and beautiful landscape Improvements which will draw the attention of the inven Uc world to Salt Lrke Is a bold sug I gestion made These arc Borne of the plans of Dr A Brodbeck of 909 Rice street president of till Aero club 9f Utah organizer of the Western AIrship company and an fnthuslf1stlc Inventor who Is tryIng to locate an airship factory here as out lined in three communications to the city council tiled with the city recorder yesterday In the petitio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

i a I > 6 THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 1909 u u r I ti Poor Light Bad Air 9 Crowded Rooms t I I Contribute to Spread of Disease At a tneeting la ltlllkingtoa ItttpBlled by ladlng educators and represcn tatheN of 1TorkIRJIHlea tile Neatlment wall uuBhllOaa that tile bad air poor light and crowclcd room In many NeAuo15 and fDetoneN contributed largely to the spread of eORllumptiou Samuel Gropers liS president of the AmerIcan FfcleratioB of Labor malatalRed that liT eauln a reduction In the hours of labor anti feurlng higher wages whlcb made It possible to provide better ulltenauee the Federl1tloa had done much to assist In tile great work uf stamping out the disease While much has been 81100111111111 In the fight ngalBIit eORllulHlJtloD it fa necessary for each lueUvlclual to take avert precaution uKulnlt contractlno the 1Icae Coughs and colllll Are n prolific source and must Dot be neg lected 1 ample InexplnHlve and effective remedy is Inltde bT mixing...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 1909 7 POSTAlIS NOT IN NfCOMBINA rt Clarence H Mackay President of f Telegraph Company sa Makes statement New rdrk Nov 19Clarenc0 II Mackay president of the Iackay com panies Issued the following statenlent to the public this afternoon We have had nothing to do either directly or indirect with the com bination of the American Telephone ana Telegraph company with the Western Union Telegraph company We have not Wished to join It and have not bean gInvited to Join U There have been ono negotiations whatsoever with us 1n regard to the matter and there Is every reason why we sofild not have had anthlng to do wlthU 1e knew nothing about it until the day when itivas pUblicly announced I It Is true that we own a large block ot stock or the American Telephone and Telegraph compan but that 18 one of our many Investments We never have had and haTe not now any representation on the board of that company and oUr stock Is not con sulted or ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

I I 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN ALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 909 I t MARRiAGE TANGLE I AIRED IN COURT Husband and Wife May Be Bigamists According to Testimony Given Dlsdosurswhlch may lead to tho dlll overy that both Minnie C Custer and Ernest L Custer are living In bigamous lations with another man and woman were brought out yesterday afternoon during the divorce matinee when the fe 8 pica for mporary alimony came before JUdge C W Morse of the district court The couple was married In Ger many In 1872 Mlnnle C Custer Wall Rardld 15 a month for temporary sup port pending a full trial of the case In which the husband Is seeking n divorce nod the wife separate maintenance mOIl ey l1ster now lives In American Fork It was brought out at the trial that uster Is living with another woman In American Fork whom he called Marie Custr and Marie and a man named Pam land his wife all run the American Fork bakery and CUliter said his sham of the profits was about 1 a month An effort was made to ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

REAL ESTATE TiII wIr TF MI ES L CLASSIFIED t F MAR ETS i PART TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 1909 PA ES 1 TO 8 I L WhatsWhatinSports All l the Time GRIDIRON OFFERS GREAT GAME TODAY L ofSatLake ority J GREAT GAME UPON HARVARD STADIUM I Mighty Throng of Rooters Is ReadyYale and Crim son Each Confident I Boston Nov 1t1Eootball fever Is epi demic In Bostoll tOlllght The game be tween Harvard and Yllethe climax of tIll lIea80nto b6pljlyed in the Harvard stadium tomorrow ras ulrpost the spllC topic of conversatrot In hotels clubs and rofs and on the atrets The demand for Rents has caused fabulou prices to pre allSeldom Seldom in the fortears history of football have the teams of the twO unl rsltles mt upon such equal tcnns Yak was a slight favorite In the betting tor Iglt but odds have been scaled con siderably from the fIe to three of two wNks ago and tonight the price was ten oto nine with a few bets nt even money The supply of tickets has been limited to SOO the seating c tpac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

I t I 2 + THE HERALDR PUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 1909 I d COURT PROTECTSl CHilDS INTEREST Disregards Stipulation of Law j yers and Adds to Alimony j Fireman Must Pay I II I SEVERS BONDS OF HYMEN jj j j JUDGE C W MORSE GRANTS SEVEN DECREES I 1 Seven dlorces were granted Ly I Judge C W Mdtse in the district court yesterday in rjcord time rose re celving decrees were Nellie Tower nw rrum Kneelands Snow Bessie 1ephant rOU Ignatius Elephant lIaud GiJlesple from George A GII tpiE CavrieA Brown from Henry lrlwn Harold O Keller from Hannah KeIir I11dred Eva Deason from rthur Richard Deason Jennie Cole Coleman man from John Coleman Nellie E Tower Snow married Knee lands Snow at Youngstown K Y No vember 30 1904 Their son Tower C old She alleges now IS eight months nonsupport and was awarded 35 a month fot five years and theR 50 Jonttl for the education of the child BEssle Elephant was restored to her Taden name of Raleigh yesterday I When she got rid of Ignatius Elephant who...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

i H + THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 1909 3 DRIVES ON WRONG SIDE r Jehu Ignores Advice of Policeman g and COlnpelled tt Pay I a Fine iI i I Violation of the street ordInance par j ticularly In the matter of driving on the wrong side of the street Is not to be tolerated b1 the police department and strIct orders Have been Issuedthat any I driver of any class of vehlcl who per sists 111 thus 1nterferng wIth traffic be placed under arrest 1 Hiram Wood pleaded guilty to the charge of driving on the wrong tilde of the street yesterday afternoon and wa fined F5 i Wood has persisted In remain big on the left sIde of the street after be lag ordered off by Patrolman E V John son Patrolman Johnson said that traffic on I PJr3t South and MaIn street was ben I constantly Interrupted by persons thus disobeying the ordinance particularly beI I twain State nnd Vest Temple and South Temple and Fourth South streets n OFFICE OF J C DALY MAY GO TO PUEBLO On ot the tuany change...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

r 4 p THE HERALDREPUBLlC SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 1909 I Mines and MiningSto NEW WORK BRINGS ELY Y CON RESULTS Four Feet of Good Ore Is Fol lowed From American Shaft That the work rccently started In the American shaft of the Ely Consolidated CQIpir company Is likely to be nttcndw by 85 good results as have been the op erations In the companys Brilliant shaft IH Indicated by the report received yes terclay by Manager S 11 Levy This showed values In the face of the drift on the 2SlCoot level of i1i In gold and sli ver 49 per cent copper and 935 per cent lead leadn In sInking the American shaft a good looking break was cut through at about S feet depth The aim at that time hay Ing been to carry out as speedily as pos sible a systematic campaign ot develop nint at depth the break was not ex plored the shaft was continued to about li50 feet depth when the financial disturb stee and the accompanying slump In o1Ier caused suspension of operations With resumption of work In that...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

I t THEHERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 1909 i 5 I 1 financial t and Commercial r 1 1p DOUBT ABOUT THE I BANK STATEMENT A Stock Market Irregular Under the Strain of Conflicting Influences STEEL UNDER PRESSURE WALL STREET ENTHUSED OVER WELLSFARGO MELON New York Nov 19There were con flicting Influences at work In the stock market today which gave It an appear ance oC Irregularity The unfavorble Influence was a doubt about the char act r of tomorrows banlt statement In favor of higher prices was the renewal of the rumors of the progress oC the plan for consolidation of the copper producing corporations and as sutptons caper growIng out of the Wells Fargo meloncuttng of other bonuses The later Influence was perceptible In the wide advances on light dealings at a number of highpriced Invest ment stocks known to have large sur plus holdings In their treasuries a well as others credited with con cealed assets which do not figure In balance sheets In the case of the copp...

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

< o I 6 + THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 1909 BOY WORKERS MUST BE EXCUSED fROM SCHOOL Employers of Lads Under Sixteen Cited Into Court for Contbut lug to Negligence I Prolaton Officer Alma Clayton has started his crusade against employers hI hire boys under 16 yearS who are not excused frm attendance at school Yesterday four boys were before the jU Yesteray the VenUe court as delinquents under compulsory school attendance law and their employers will b cited Into court One bo > J3 ears old wa employed by a telegraph company Another of the same age has been emploed by a drug store Rnd another l 5 years old ha been Ip a flgar store t Is said there are scores of bos wlo are out of school withoUt permits prmits Ialrt Shagogue 15 years old refused Shagoge t stay at home and has been Into ml chief lateiy so JUdge Alexander McMas tr ordered him sent to the state Indus trial school i INCORPORATIONS I I I The Index Coalition Mines company of Sat Lake red arti...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

A L + THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 1909 y 1 I READ FOR PROFIT HeraMpuMkan USE FOR RESULTS PORSAIREAL ESTATE FOR SALE J n < WE OFFER FOR SALE THE FINE Tesldetce property listed below which Dlay be purchased from us or from any first lass real estate dealer In the city for cash or monthly payments 1ORTlIWEST CORNER SEVENTH Rnd M streets sevenroom tvostor pressed btlck stone foundaUoll dwelUng modrrn IAumblng and furnace lot 37XI30 feet Pme 500 NO G5 NiNTH AVENUE SIXROO Pressed bfckl bungalow modern plumb Ing and furnace lot 2x7 rods PrIce U 115e NO 3n TENTH AVENUE NEAR THE car line Ixroom pressed brick bunga low large front veranda screened back 1orch complete modern plumbing Price 1t500 NO 516 E STREET ONE SHORT block from dew Ninth Avenue car line rn3dern pressed brick bungalow Price 137iO ON TENTH AVENUE BETWEEN E Rnd F streets rive and slxroom modern bungalows newest designs complete Jlumbing fitted for furnace Prices 35oO o tOO HAMILTON PLACE BUNGAL...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 20 November 1909

ji r 8 t = THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 20 1909 I I DO YOU SEE YOURSELF HERE 1 I t I A v y 1 ii I W t t as ffrn r + 1 y L i r fN 4 2 o > i a1s dC 3 t S zt s Ji t = t I I It IS astonishing the 1scmblanc6 tat Salt Lake people bear to one another I I Tie Horald Republican published > ester Idav morning pictures taken on till streets I tJle day before Tile reproductions were not as clear 33 they Rlloulu have been ji + because tile camera man had been having n bad say but they were sufficiently dis I t nc t for the clothing worn by the orIg trals of tbe pleturas to be recognized As L consequence several persons came to we office to get the tickets for La However each of them after a look at t p originals of the illustrations said trey were not the persons photographed I and relinquished an claim to tho tickets I ind there Is another ruemblance among Salt Lake people and that Is the strain cr honesty In each of them Several of t ose who applied for thotlcket...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

4 IEE CHANCES to trade the THE METALS thing about which your Weather 42 Silver 503A ardor has cooled for some Today thing that does enlist Copper cath 121316c Pages your interest are afforded Rain 4 Lead 440 per 100 lbs you in use of a want ad InterMountain Vol Republican SALT LAKE GuY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 211909 Price 5 Cents I The VoL Salt Lake 157 No ralt 15 No 102 TWENTY MEN TAKEN FROM SHAFT LIVE Others May Be Found Still Breathing in the Mine at Cherry 11 Cherry Nov 20The gamut from deepest despair to an hysteria of I hopE was run here today when twen ty miners entombed in the St Faul min for a week almost to an hour were brought to the surface alive The story of their sufferings and the heroism of their resourceful leaders is one of the most thrilling in all the black history of mining dis asters Dawn broke with the bearers of stretchers moving from the pit mouth to the tent which servpd as a morgue with bodies swollen and scorched al most beyond human semblance Forty of them had b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

i 1 r I 4 2 tHE HERALDREPUBLIQANLT p LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 ll I fINE MODERN HOTEL FOR TOOElE II 1 if RE fsJ j I I 1 1z I I if to 1r r tt9 I II I o 4 j r Hotel about to be erected at Tooele Plans for the new hotel to be erected at Tooele have been completed by E Maeser a local architect and within a II few weeks It Is expected that the structure shown In the accompanying llIustratlon above will be well under way The structure will be ot three c stories at brick stone and concrete I making a building thoroughlY modern In every detail Tooele has grown rapidly In the last year and within the next few months many more buildings will be erected in the rising little smelter city which In the opinion at many Utah boosters Is destined to become a second Ana conda BUYING fOR CONTROL REASON fOR ADVANCE O Contest Over Utah CopperSensa tional Rise in the Price of Stocks Special to The 1Iera1dfleubcan Boston Nov 20The senatlonal ad vance in the shares ot the Utah Copper 1 b understood...

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