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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

F THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT lAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 211909 I IMWSOF I UTAH AND ADJOINING STATES I F Ogden News Offlce336 Twentyflfth street Circulation Department 336 twenty firth street PIONEER WOMAN DIES Mrs Elizabeth Boyle Native of Scot land Aged SS Will Be Buried Tomorrow Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov 2OIn the death of Mrs Elizabeth Boyle mother of John A Boyle and Wallace Boyle both of this city an other of he pioneers of the state has gone to a reward at the rIpe oldage of nearly four score and ten years The end came at an early hour this morning at the residence of her Eon 540 Twenty eighth street The cause of her death was old age Elizabeth Boyle was born In Edlnbur Scotland In the year of 1821 She came to America In the spring of 1848 and to Utah In September 1865 Upon hf ar rival In Utah with her husband and fam Ily Mrs Boyle made her home upon the same plot of ground upon which stands the house In which she died Mrs Bole was the mother of five chil dren thr...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

r 4 I 4 tHE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN Th laterMountaIn nepabUea Est Feb 12 1906 The SnIt Lake nerd Est June 6 1870 Only Republican Daily Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah Terms of SubsertptloBI DAILY AND SUNDAyone month 1S cents one year Soo I SPNDAyone year t2oo SEMIWEEKLY In advanee One rear L50 six months 75 cents SUbscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former as well a present address All papers are continued until a rpUoU order Is received to discontinue All arrearage rearage must be paid In every case TRACES UNbN C Uk I A COMING BACK FROM THE CEMETERY Almost every day as the carriages rollaway way from the gates of the cemetery the men and the women Inside look back on their relations with the life at the man who has just been laid away and they are glad they were good to him appreciative of him de I serving ot his commendation They look back on the days of the living and find comfort for the day at the...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

r 8 THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 6 RAISE FRESH H AND SALT WATER fiSH Commissioner Chambers Plans to Use Part of Great Salt Lake BEAR RIVER FOR BASS OCEAN AND RIVER PRODUCTS COULD BE PROPAGATED Officials of the state fish and game department as well as those of the gov ernment and of the Union Pacific rail road are Interested In a plan by means of which It Is propo ad to shut ort the north portion of the Great Salt lake known as Bear River bay and provide bodies of water where It will be possi ble to plant fresh water and salt water fish It Is proposed to accomplish the pro posed end by means of dikes bunt near the Lucln cutoff The portion of the lake north of the cutoff which would be separated from the main body of water and which would have the fresh waters of the Bear river flowing Into It would have an extent of between twen tyfive and forty square miles and would provide perhaps the greatest place for ducks and for various species of fish to be f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

1 j 6 j THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 I A DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTING NEWS CONTAINING v I I WANT PAINTER TO REFEREE BIG BOUT Wyoming Man Gets Boost for Job From Many Fans Tom Painter ot Evanston Wo known throughout the Intermountain country as a square referee Is In Salt Lake on business and Incidentally to see how things are lining up for the SulllvanCol lins tight at Ogden at which he is to of ficiate Incidentally also there Is some thing In the air which Mr Painters friends are pushing harda chance of landing him the third man In the ring for tile JertrlefJohnson tight Mr Painter admitted yesterda that he Lad been urged to put In his bid anti get In the game for the job both as a boost for himself and for the intermountain country The Wyoming man Is being backed by practJcnll all of the Intermountain tans and some friends close to the principals are also working In his behalf G F GII Ilson a close friend of Johnsons Is In Salt Lake and with others Is in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

± U i Iii 1II1IT f I 1 I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UtAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 1 T ALL IMPORTANT SPORTS FROM EVERYWHERE OAKLAND OPENS I WITHOUT HITCH Oral Betting Goes Smoothly Authorities May Take After Club Oakland CaL Nov OThe first race me t In California since the ValkerOtls antibettIng law went Into effect was held at EmerysIlle track this afternoon Despite adverse weather conditions a fair crowd was In attendance Chief Interest centered in the probable action of the au thorities as the race track management bad announced that the oral betting sys tem would be Inaugur ted DistrIct At tornoy Donahue of Alameda county and Assemblyman Otis were interested spec tators No arrests were mad although the dis trict attorney informed the race track management that if the practice of sell Ing advance information to be used for purposes of betting was kept up he would bring It to the notice of the grand jury and seek to hold the club officials re sponsible fht > oral betting syst...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

L1 1 d THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 I r CORNERSTONE LAYING I PROGRJM IS COMPlETED I Orphans Home and Day Nursery Will Hold the Exercises on Tuesday Afternc n Officers and members or the Orphans Home and Day Nursery ot this city on next Tuesday afternoon will participate 1n the laying or the comer stone or the new building which 19 being erected at Tenth South and Twelfth East streets bhe program for the ceremony In which the pnblic Is cordially Invited to par ticipate was announced yesterday and Is as fSllews Prayer the Rev P A Simpkin ad nress Mayor John S Bransford music address Judge William H King his tory of organization Mrs A J Gor ham laying of corner stone Mrs Eliza K Boyle charter member of organiza tion music America led by John Held The corner stone of the new I building wIII contain a copy of the dally papers of the city constitution and by i laws of the association names ot mem II bers at the time of Incorporation namES ot present board of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

J f T 1 IT p iiii 1l llllri 1 1 M Jl J I f I I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 9 II KIDNEYS ACT fiNE AND BACKACHE I GOES AFTER TAKING A FEW DOSES Outoioider Kidneys Are Regulated and the Most Severe Bladder Misery Vanishes Outoforder kfdneys act fine and backache or ladder misery Is relieved after a few doses of Panes Diuretic Pains in the back sides or loins rheumatic twinges debilitating head ache nervousness dizziness sleepless ness inflamod or swollen eyelids worn I out feelIng and many other symptoms of clogged inactive kidneys sImply vanish Frequent painful and uncontrollable urination due to a weak or Irritable bladder is promptly oYercome The moment you suspect any kIdney bladder or urinary disorder or feel rheumatism coming begin taking this harmless remedy wlttl the knowledge that there Is no other medicine at any price made anywhere else In the world which ill effect so thorough and prompta cure as a 50cent treat ment of Papes DIuretic which an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 9 S KIDNEYS ACT fiNE AND D BACKACHE GOES AFTER TAKING A FEW DOSES Outoforder Kidneys Are Regulated and the Most Severe Bladder Misery Vanishes Outoforder kidneys act fine and backache or bladder misery Is relieved after a few doses of Panos Diuretic Pains In the back sides or loins rheumatic twinges debilitating head ache nervousness dizziness sleepless ness Inflamed or swollen eyelids worn out feeling and many other symptoms of clogged Inactive kidneys simply vanish Frequent painful and uncontrollable urination due to a weak or Irritable bladder Is promptly OYercome The moment you suspect any kidney bladder or urinary disorder or feel rheumatism coming begin taking this harmless remedy witt the knowledge that there Is no other medicine at any price made invwhre els In the world which will effect 50 thorough and prompra cure as a 50cent treat ment ot Papes Diuretic which any druggist can supply This unusual preparation goes...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

r I 10 tHE HERALDREPUBL SALT LAKE CITY UTAII SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 I WOMAN IN BlACK HELPS BURGlARS Diamonds and Jewelry Valued at 1200 1 Are Stolen From Residence I ACTIOr ARE SUSPIOJOUS NEIGHBORS SEE MEN AND WOM AN THE HOUSE While a woman dressed In black kept Watch on Third East street burglars who showed an Intimate knowledge of their surrQundings and selected only the most costly jewelry looted the resI dence of Jacob A Kahn No 416 South ThIrd last street between the hours of 730 and 1015 oclock FrIday night tak Ing diamond rIngs and gold ornaments alued at 1200 Entrance was ob tained through a dining room door opening on a rear veranda and a skel ton key had evidently Jeen used Air Kahn and his family had gone out for the evening leaving the house about 730 oclock They returned at 1015 and It was some time afterward thDt the robber was dIscovered The thieves had been direct In their work I and had not disturbed anythIng about the premises with the exception of dresser drawers Thes...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

it Th T I REAL ESTATE MINES fIIRATtD I CLASSIFIED MARK TS PART TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 PAGE 1 TO 10 I 1 OPINIONS GHAN6E 6REATLY AS SALT LAKE EXPANDS i f h > r t iit K t i a i k 5 S i t 4 if t j it15Stti I n j f < i N r f E > t < > t 7 t it kick5 5 iS It S j S P r S < 1 r f + i i The new Moxum hotel Three years ago the man who pro pQsed the erection of a modern hotel building at Fourth South and State streets would have been regarded as a curiosity In business circles of Salt Lake and his proposed Investment I would have been regarded in the light as a piece of monumental folly Today I the best and only absolutely fireproof hotd In Salt Lake stands at the south west corner of State and Fourth South streets and although It has been opened and fully equipped for about six weeks mre than omhalf of Its 150 rooms are occupied and patronage is Increasing dally The building was erected by J J Daly who first opened the hotel but the entire building was le...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

= = r Ti i P 2 l THE HERALDREPUBLCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 190 I l Mines and Mining Stocks J 1 MINES INCLUDE IN BIG COPPE MERGER Would Control Output of 800 ooqooo PoundsProgress Made in Deal Negotiations looking toward a merger of copper propertes have progressed tar enough to warrant the statement that the transaction will be completed before th close of the year An official an te nOicement by the firt ot next month would not be surprising says the Val Str t Journal I is now certain that the Amalga rated CollRyan and Guggenheim prop ertls and perhaps other companies will be included In the merger The United MEtals Selling company and International Sm1tng Refining company will per haps bl subsidiaries of the cnsolda tion The combination In the event of ton mprger as deribe would Include the Ulwlng mines Amalgamated Anaconda Boston Muntna Part Butte Boston asho Calumet Arizona Superior Plttsburg Utah Consolidated Utah Cop per North Bute Butt Coalition Ne vada Consolidate...

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

+ THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 3 L Financia1 and Commercial j UAH PER WENT UP SEVERAL POINTS Leading Feature of the Mar ket Until the Standard Oil Decision THEN PRICES WENT DOWN I SUCH RESULT ENTIRELY UNEX PECTED IN WALL 3TREET Now Yorl Nov 20The decision ot the tnlted States court at St Paul against the Standard Oil company of New Jer Eel declaring that corporation Illegal and ordering Its dIssolutIon was the one great fatum pt todays stock market The n ws was evidently unexpected and had the effect Of turning a very active and Ilroru market Into one of extreme weak ness The Importance of the decIsion and its farrechIng possibites were freely acknowledged by officials of the corpora tion concerned who hastened to add how ever that the case would be prompt taken to the curt of last resort In ac cordance with an agreement entered into and Fome defendants time ago between the government lefore the decision there had ben a re sumption of the recent activi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

4 It THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 F NEARLY ONE MILLION DOLLARS TO I BE SPENT IMPROVING FT DOUfiLAS Between now and Juno 1 1910 there will have been completed and also under way Improvements at the Fort Douglas military pOEt aggregatIng In the total amount 36429L In addltlor to that sum an appropriation will be naked for 513000 In order to complete the re construction of the tort and provide the proper accommodations for the garrIson of one full regiment of Infantry The total estImated cost of the necessary improvements needed to make Fort Douglas one of the most modern and best equIpped garrIsons Is 87729L Under the authorIzed Improvements there have been contracts awarded to the amount ot 197291 and this work la now In progress bids have been adver tIsed for on work amounting to 50000 The work ot reconstructing and mod ernizIng twentysIx sets of the present officers quarters will be begun shortly These cottages whIch were commodious and comfortable In...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

+ THE I HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 5 t CHURCH NOTICES 1 Presbyterian First Presbyterian church corner at South Temple and C streets Rev Wll lIam M Paden D D pastorMornlng servile at n oclock Evening service at 7165 Sunday school at 1230 p m Young Peoples meeting Sunday night at 7 Midweek services on Wednesday evening Teachers meptinng at 730 Prayer and conference at 8 p m Every bodY cordially invited to aU ot these service Westminster Presbyterian church L O O F hall Postottlce place Charles Cur tis McIntire pastorMornlng worship at 11 oclock subject Giving Thanks Al ways for AU ThIngs The evening serv Ice at 730 will be devoted to praise Soil by Dr Path evangelistic sInger and by others male Quartet and chorus Sun day school at 1215 and 130 Christian Endeavor service 64 topic The Bless Ing ot a Thankful Heart Cottage prayer service Wednesday evening sub ject Bible Toaching Concerning Thanks giving Hearty and sincere welcome at all services Third Presbyt...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

6 + ThE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY 7 UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 7 1909 SOME OF THE MODERN BUNGALOWS BUILT BY THE SALT LAKE SECURITY TRUST COMPANY ON THE NORTH BENCH I A < < 4 < 4 < r < > < < c < < < l < < < k 7 y z f 1 e 4 G4 r 1 r < t r 4 4 rrl 1 t + t < i > k i J c F L I J 4 k I F f c t t 3J I 1 w J lIw JiE + t t N C 1 A LiJi s H v f + > > t l IJL 1 4t i A s Lt Ltc o p 1 1 ry k x x < Lt vp t iW i mw 10 PURE FOOD SHOW CAUSES INTEREST Big List of Exhibitors Assures Management of Many Good Features FOLLOW COLORED LIGHTS EACH DAY WILL HAVE SOME THING SPECIAL On Tuesday next November 23 there 111 be opened to the public an exhibit that Is certain to be one of more than passing Interest the display of pure food gathered together rom the manu lalturers at Salt Lake and utah and other places and formed Into the Great tr Salt Lake eood and Industrial x of1tlon hO far has the demand for space in the exhibition exceeued former events l...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

4 + THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 J INSURANCE MEN HAVE HEADQUARTERS HERE Mr and Mrs Elmer A flickbc ot RlcltC sb Deadwood S D arrived In Salt Lake this Week to resIde Mr Richer becomes ames agency manager for the Equit able Lie Insurance ompany of Utah having held n similar position wIth the Equitable at Deadwood C F Kutnewsky has issoclated him self with the Equitable Lie Insurance con pany as agency supervisor lIr Kutnewaky was fa a number of years one of the manage d forthe Equitable In Utah His jurisdiction will now ex lend over Idaho and the intermountain country with headquarters here LADIES OF THE G A R HOLD OLDTIME SOCIAL At Odd Fallow haH Postoffce place last night Reynolds Circle No1 Ladies of the G A R wore the hosts at an oldtme social given to vet erans of the Grand Army In the city with their who and the widows o veterans Tue evening was spent In cards a banquet and dancing The committee In charge of the affair was composed of Mrs Honrlett...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 FOR SALEREAL ESTATE FOR BALE JOHN n SMITH REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS m JUDGE BLDG VIEW CITY ADDITION The best property offered Lots 3Ox169 feet to an alley City water and fine shade Sugar House car overy fifteen minutes Locatcd on 13th East and 12th South Water rights go with each lot Where the new city Is being built Price 300 per lot easy terms ACREAGE t S4500For 6 acres of fine land aU fenced good 4room house barn chicken coops orchard on 17th South near 12th South only 4 blocks from Suga House car line Easy terms 750 per acre for 10 acres on corner 12th South and 21st East 7room house large barn choice fruit good water rights Easy terms HOUSES t 2700For two new Iroom brick cottages modern large lot 13th East and 1th South Easy terms S2OOOFor a 3room new pressed brick 2 large lots on Terrace avenue Eas terms JOHN n SMITH REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS 03 JUDGE BLDG Phones Ind 71 Ball 227 FOR SALE E E CASADY CO 3 JUDGE BUILDING A...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

1 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 9 F READ FOR PROFIT HaRpuHi ii an USE I FOR RESULTS I FOR RENT FOR RENT 4room frame 1800 4room brlbk 2500 7room brick 4000 6room frames 2500 firoom brick 2260 I firoom brick 1500 I Salt Lake Security Trust Co 32 Up Main St Phones Bell Ex 39 Ind lU FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE Six nicely furnished room cottage bath tbllet e 1 close In 2d avenue Perma nent tennnt wanted References required PETERSON R E INV CO 330 SO MAIN 3320 Bell 4330 Ind FOR RENT TUTTLE BROTHERS COMPANY 153 MAIN STREET 7rm modern 21 South 4th East StO Grm modern Browning avenue 20 6 rms brick fine 55 Nlivajo street 16 4 rms 836 Pacific avenue 1240 2 rms 12i M street 10 3 rmP 10i4 W 9th North 3 TUTTLE BROTHERS COMPANY FOR RENTStricti modern steam uatcd sleeping room In family of two Close In on 2d East Address C 26 Her aldRlpublican FOR RENTOnlhalf of store or room at 2 RIchards street Inquire Walter M Jns FOR RENTFourroom modern 20 Cl 1 St In 406 East 8th Sou...

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

i TO THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 21 1909 MORETON FREWEN Will TAlK HERE ON SILVER English Bimetallist Scheduled to De liver an Address Before Com mercial < Club A meeting probably will be arranged by the dIrectors ot the Commercial club to 00 held here about December 15 at whIch the purposes ot the FaIr Exchange league Including the revival of Interest In silver as a medium of exchange will be taken up by oIoreton Frewen the well known economist wlo Is scheduled to make addresses In several cities ot the west on this subject ColvIn B Brown general secretary of the league who arrived In San Francis co during the last week announced the coming of Mr Frewen to that city to male an address about Nov 24 and saId that arrangements would be made to have htm at Salt Lake about December 1 and at Denver about December 4 Joseph E Caine secretary of the Com mercial club saId last night that no of i ficial Information has yet been received i IlS to the proposed meeting ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

If I MAGAZINE I IILTRAID RLPZTBLI I WOMEN I SECTION THREE SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21 1909 PAGES1 10 8 A I cii HE curse on the Burnes mllllons has reg Istered once more I T Sidney Love Is down and out Wifeless moneyless without friends to aid him financially without the prestige i ii1 or success and good fortune behind him and without the glamour that his luck Loves luck has thrown around him Love today Is at the bottom of misfortune while his beautiful wife who was Marjorie flumes hides with their child In London a prey to fears for Its safety The young meteor at finance the erstwhile pet of ortune Is going west to start life anew He Is going all l1undrel of young men are going every week raotlcally broke And those who know the Inside tale f the Burnes Love romance and tragedy shake their ads and say E rust another victim of the curse on the Burnes money Love married a BurnesMarjorie flumes He 2Was doing well until then Now look at hIm The curse hall come true once more ...

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