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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 21 November 1909

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Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 22 November 1909

I THE METALS i E4rc OHANOES to trade the 12 1 thing about which your Weather Silver 500 ardor has cooled for some Pages Copper cath 1213160 thing that does enlist Today Lead 440 per 100 lbs your interest are afforded Fair you in useof a want ad InterMountain Vol 15 No 103 Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 22 1919 Price 5 Cents The Salt Lake Herald VoL 167 No 79 FACE DEATH I TO GET DEAD Rescuers in St Paul Mine Brave Black Damp Until Fgrcibly Restrained From Going Underground Again DYING WRITE LETTERS TO LOVED ONES ABOVE Twenty Saved 92 Known Dead and 198 1 Unaccounted for Is Record in Colliery Where Many Bodies Can Be Seen SCOTCH SHOW MErTLE Cherry Ill Nov 21Twenty saved 92 known dead and 198 miss ing was the record at the St Paul mine tonight Ten dead were brought to the surface today and 37 more dead were located in the second level but were not brought up on account of black damp What had promised to be Cherrys real day of thanksgiving ended in a night of hope deferred or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 22 November 1909

F i 7 i 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 22 1909 STANDARD OIL IS I 4 NOT BADLY HURT Even If Decision Stands Law yers Say Control Will Sim ply Split Up I VICTORY IS THEORETICAL GOVERNMENT MERELY CHANGES FORM OF BIG MONOPOLY Cleveland 0 Nov 211 simply cannot comment on the decIsIon of the United States cIrcuit court on the gov ernments complaint against the Stan dard on company said John D Rock efeller at church today 1 am no longer actively connected with the management of the company and it would be Improper for me to enter into a discussion of the matter 1Ir Rockefeller who has been ill Is recovering rapIdly New York Dec 21IortImer F El1ott general counsel for the Stan dard 011 company said From the decIsion by the UnIted States circuIt court yesterday the de cree does not order a dissolution of the Standard on company What the le cree orders as 1 now understand it is that the company shall distribute among Its stockholders of whom here are approximately 5000 i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 22 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 22 1909 3 I NEWS OF UTAH AND ADJOINING STATES I Ogden News Office336 Twentyfifth street trculation Department 336 tvnty fifth street YOUNG CHEMIST TRIES TO COMMIT SUICIDE Philadelphian Out of Work and With No Funds Drinks Big Dose of Laudanum SHIe1a1 to The Iier1411tePub1LCfl I Ig1en Nov 21V II Roberts jr of Philadelphia was found in convulllions at Thirtyfourth trlet and Grand avenue to I l1Ibht lie had taken a big dose of IRuda i rum to kill himself The police were I luicklV notified and they hurried him I Iht f < tUnn where Dr A A Robinson after tn2OU work saved the manlI I f lpon being lfVved Roberts said he was r Jlen1l8t And that hill home was In Philadelphia Letters were found In his poket8 I addressed to his brothtrInIaw JIwell Moore of Philadelphia and to his ift I In these mlSlllves he bade them gxtby forever and laId that he was trtJ of life Ht will be detained at the police station ntH he recovers from his attack o...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 22 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLlOAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MOWAY NOV 22 1909 I THE SALT LAKE HERALD REPUBLICAN I The IBter310llDtatD Republlt1UI Est Feb 12 1906 The Salt Lake Herald Est June 6 1870 Only Republican Dally Newspaper In BaIt Lake City Utah TerltUl of SubacrlptioDI I DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month jj cents one year 100 SrNDAYOne year 200 SEMI WEEKLY tn advance One year 150 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address ot paper chanlred must give formej as well as present address All papers are continued until exrll U order Is received to discontinue Al ar rearages must be paid r In every case TRACE AI COhCIt THE COURT AND THE SHERIFF When a Tennessee sheriff was sent to the DistrIct of Columbia jail for n tempt ot the supreme court ot the rnlted States an act which relates to a lynching he could have prevented and did not a rather salutary lesson was administered to all other sheriffs hrever they mar live Also It was an incident which should have a good effeCt on aU public officials Every ci...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 22 November 1909

I I H THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 22 1909 5 in tH l i t t i jt t r j Christmas articles or ered th cY11Bri en Conip Holiday stocks are + now ID any l letter fIlled 1 j for ready echOn JJ by cite r carefully i e sea y or Ins > lon ice s THE WISEST SHOPPERS ARE DOING AT LEAST 4 A PAR T 9 ThEIR CHRISTMAS BUYING NOW S i fe fJiT r > I mportant H appenings In M 1 It 11 f lne y II ih < Sufficient is the cause thereof to make womankind ypr fI nyD w f w F < Y + YI J f marvel and come in happy spirits to the store 1 h < f a t + 7 The first big reduction in Millinery at Keith 1 v r I OBriens is an event Not to participate in it is a i a ° le K k pointment For tis a flow of style and a feast of prices rlhb MIB + Includes what we call popularpriced Millinery r t f which ranges from 5 to 15 and our finer importations 0 t and patterns > W ti 1 jJN 2000 value 1350 1500 value 975 I nyD JF + 1200 value 800 j 800 value 500 3 11 fD l IIeadwear of this character...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 22 November 1909

F 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 22 1909 fruII I MODERN SAVANTS PROVE DOCTRINES Brigham H Roberts Says Col I lege Professors Views Con firm Prophecies QUOTES HAROLD BOLCE ARTICLES OF MAGAZINE WRITER CITED BY SPEAKER Brigham H Roberts took up the sub jEct Of the beliefs of Mormonism In the IIgh ot modern advanced religious thought at the afternoon service at the Tabernacle yesterday afternoon drawing parallels between some of the doctrines expounded seventyfive years ago by Joseph Smith and the belIefs ot prominent scientists and educators of today regard Ing religion and the Deity The address of Mt Roberts was prof aned by the statement that he had spoken 01 what had been styled the Mission ot Mormonism last August and his address of yesterday would be In the nature of continuing some unfinished business and he would In part review further some articles In the Cosmopolitan Magazine written by Harold Boice after he had spent a year or more In visiting Insti tut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 22 November 1909

r I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 22 1909 i 1 F SPORTS OF THE DAY SMALL HOPE FOR BIG GAME FOR Ui U Poor Schedule of University Calls Forth Demand for More Football In answer to many Inquiries as to the possibility at another football game for the University other than that with the Logan Aggles Denver university preferred Coach Maddock ot the University says that there Is hard Jy a chance The latoness at the SO1 on coupled with the comparatively Joor condition at the eleven together with faculty objections are the rea Eons There Is only one possiblllty a Michigan game providing the Wol verines como west Maddock has L written for terms and In case tho Mloh I Igan team makes the western trip about Christmas time there is a chanco far a game In Salt Lake When c asked about n Denver U game Mad dock said We offered every Inducement to Denver lT at the time of the Golden game and before to bring the eleven to Salt Lake We offered a liberal uarantee but they would not...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 22 November 1909

F i r 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 22 1909 r Mines and Mining i Stocks 1 KNIGHTS WORK IN DUCK CREEK CAMPs Is Extending Tunnel Started by Smelter to Tap Lead Veins While little noise Is being made by the owners of lead claims In McGill mining district and while no apparent effort Is being made to attract attention at this time to the big lend prospecLq In that distrIct work Is going ahead steadily on a number of properties and the showIngs t1at are being uncovered and tJpveloped aI Quite satisfactory says the Ely Ex positor rhe Frederick tunnel owned by J F Brim and Uncle Jesse Knight Is now In 453 feet and It Is believed to be near Ing ore bodies This tunnel was drIven y the Steptoe Valley Smelting and lIn Ing company and was destined to pierce the hIgh hue cliffs back of the smelter Plant to afford a channel for the waters ot Duck creCle and deliver them to the smelter plant It was orIginally planned to drive the tunnel entirely through the mountain crk bei...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 22 November 1909

I r I C THE HERALDREPUBLICAN AlT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 22 1909 9 ST MARYS NOTES I l That the art of exteniporo speaking Is 4 included amotig the ambitions of the graduates mIght be plainly discerned in their very commendable talk on the his tory of Greek and Roman literature do bvered before a number of the teachers and the pupils of the first academic class 3 on Mnday and Friday afternoons of last week The exercise was in the form of a contest in oral English the subject matter being one of the requirements scheduled on tile supplementary course of reading in this class and as such it was a very creditable showing of the in dependent work of these earnest students rue several periods of Greek literature vere discussed consecutively by the Misses i McDonough A Seen W Mc Donougll M Hughes N Smith and L Broyles the result being a complete though necessarily rapid review of that most interesting branch of universal lit erature The second series of lectures covered likewise the succ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 22 November 1909

I I 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 22 1909 FUNERAL DIRECTOR a t I EBER W HALL Undertaker Embalm Fj r 11 So Y Temple Both phones 1019 t FLORISTS w E 4 LAMBOURNE FLORAL CO I No 8 South Main with WmesHorne Drug Co Leading Florists on funeral designs Phones 374 RICHARD E EVANS 1 SO MAIN St Both phones 001 Residence 147Z In diana avenue WALTER W KING FLORIST 214 E 2iI South Phones 3i Specialist on funeral designs and everything floral BUSnmSS CARDS BUYING AND SELLING ALL KINDS secondhand clothing trunks valises best prices paid 2S Com c mercal lit Send postal card Phone 3771 t OSTRICH PLUMES CLEANED F A CARTER FUR CO 27 W 1st So Furs remodeled repaired reded CLEANING AND DYEING SALT LAKE CLEANING CO 351 So State Bell phone 523 Ind 1734 STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRS LININGS and grates supplied foe all makes G D Lovett Foundry 44 N lth West Bell 2ZOtK Ind 231S SPIRITUAL S MRS H F017YN spiritual adviser and trance medium 267 So W Tenple IEYFITTINGLOCISnTHS C B COTTON succe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 22 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NqV 22 1909 11 REAp FOR PROFIT H t Ad3Re 5 ° H i e USE FOR RESULTS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 1 w w I BIRRELLSHIPP REALTY COMPANY THE ReAl Estate People i50RESTAURANT AND ROOMING nOtSE 18 rooms excellent location S550RESTAURANT on State St rent 5 Good lease 55OGROCERY In resIdence neIghbor hood livIng rooms 5000DRUG STORE only one In dIs trict Earning 100 monthly 3OOOGROCERY on State St down town Wlll InvoIce 2100Restaurant on Second South St Cannot be beat for the money 12OOCLEANING AND DYEING a nkt lIttle business netting 200 month ZOOOGROCER AND MEATS at In voice residence district 3000FLORAL BUSINESS nothing better In town exceptional lease liOOBARBER SHOP 5chalr equip ment In good location I5OOGROCERY at invoice in north east residence district HOTELS AT BARGAIN PRICES 300026 rooms Main St part cash i easy terms 30008 rooms 2year lease renewable Rent 163 Terms 800013 rooms filled with permanent guests Big waitIng list 800010 rooms tra...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 22 November 1909

4 12 THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 22 i909 I I KENYON CORNER TO BE IMPROVED United Cigars stores Company Takes Long Lease on Store Room TO ERECT A NEW BUILDING RAILROAD OFFICES TO OCCUpy QUARTERS IN UTAH HOTEL A leal has been practically completed by which the United Cigar Stores com pany which already controls stores In most of the large cities ot the country will secure poe esslon ot the Kenyon ho tel corner at Main and Second South treets now OCJpled by the Union Pa trlc and Oregon Short Line city ticket office It Is said that the terms of the llale provide that a new building shall IJp erected at no distant date at this orner the Kenon hotel to have the upper floors ot the structure The completion of this deal will be the culmination of the plans which were an nounced about two years ago for the erection at a big building at this point Tile real work on the transaction fol lowed II visit to this city durIng the last two days of Edward Vise ot New York vice...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

THE METALS iJEfI MSTPI Ti2F CHANCES to find a ser Weather 14 1 Silver 50c vant as good as mother Copper cathodes 13lkc used to have are offered Today Pages Lea 440 per 100 lbs HERALD FPUBLWAN to users of the want ads Rain I InterMountain Yo1 15 o 104 Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 23 1909 Price 5 Cents The SQU Ike Herad VoL 151 No 0 I FORTYTWO BODIES BROUGHT TO THE SURFACE YESTERDAY CHANCE fOR THOSEBELOW Man Who Had Been Dead Sev eral Days Believed ttJ Be Alive by Rescuers So Tense Have Their Nerves Become DISMAL SCENE AT THE MOUTH OF THE SHAFT RainLWbich Had Been Falling All Night Turned Into Snow and Heightened Gloom Felt by the Little Community WORKING AGAINST ODDS + + 44 + + + 4 44 + 4 + + + + + + + s + + 4 1 + Cherry III Nm 3Fire broke + + OUt with lPnawed violence In the + + sccond gallery of the St Paul mine + + parh tOday and now threatens to + + iprtad to the main shaft All work + I + of rlseue has ceased while the en + + tIre working force Is fighting the fire ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 23 1909 TERRifiC STORMS IN THE CENTRAL STATES I Fifteen Houses Wrecked at Dexter MoVessel Driven Ashore in Lake Michigan Dexter 110 Nov 22A tornado truck this town shortly before noon to day and demolished 15 houses and wrecked the Stoddard County Fair buildings Two women and two chil dren were injured Chicago Nov 22The freighter Bos ton ot the Western Transit company after battling all night against the wind and waves on Lake Michigan was driven onto a sandbar today near Chi cago Life saving crews took the crew of 18 men to shore CincInnati Nov 22A wind and rain storm approaching tornado proportions swept up the Ohio river this afternoon doing much damage in this city and its suburbs The towboat G W Dalley of Marietta was sunk The crew had a narrow escape Several persons In Cincinnati were in Jured Evansville Ind Nov 22Wlnd and rain caused heavy damage between Boonvllle and Newburg Ind today Ten large barns were demolished and ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

L I 1 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 23 1909 3 I NEWS OF I Uf A8 AND ADJOINING STATES 1 I A a Ogden News I Office336 Twentyfifth street 1 CIrculation fifth Department street 336 twenty lAP BANK IS DEfUNCT I I Receiver of Financial Institution Is I Closing Up Affairs by Courts Order Special to The HeraldRepublican I Ogden Nov zThe affairs of the JapaneseAmerican bank In Ogden which has ben In the hands of a receiver for I more than a month past are being closed up I Riier D Brown and the Lan WlI lass out of existence Th vtr IOnnouDCftJ he is ready to < 1084 nl th affalrsof the bank The court has approved the bill of 3273 for tlerI hu including several Japanese cllrk and the receiver Is instructed to sell It Tuhl1c or private aUction the fur Jlitur and fixtures and all the personal lroplTl ut the bank This action will I 11081 1 th affairs of the Ogden branch of tho J < i > aes American banks the TRrent institutionS of whIch were clollltd In Los Anplel1 a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

Y 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 23 1909 THE SALT LAKE I HERALD REPUBLICAN I rile InterMountain Republican Est Feb 12 1906 TIle Salt Lake Herald Est June o 1870 Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah TernUl of Subscription DAILY AND SUKDAYOne mtlnth n cents one year 800 SUNDAYOne year 200 SEMI WEEKLY In advance One year ib0 > sIX months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address ot paper changed must give former as well as p address All papers are continued until expllc order Is received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid In every case I THAO 1 uil COUCIL < e Y A w I AN OBLIGATION ON THE REPUBLIC Far tall the day when the people can get accustomed to such a catastrophe as i that at the coal mine In Cherry Illinois Far fall the day when such a loss of hu man life can be dismIssed with routine hapranings when it shall be an Intru sion to speak at It a week after It has I occurred The loss ot Ute there even If all the missing shall be fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

I i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 23 1909 5 lOCIETY I TODAYS EVENTS ey iJ A luncheon will be given today 0 t > by Mrs O R Powers nt her home i y Llngerlonger in honor of Mrs y v Walter Stone who Is visiting with > her sister Mrs John Marshall ti V 0 o Mrs A D TobIn will entertaIn 0 v the members of her card club t J I < j > day wIth n luncheon at 1 oclock r > K followed by five hundred > 0 U The members of the Qulngentn I rand club will be entertained this e > e afternoon at the home of Mrs V II Ellison 240 East Third street > o The wedding oC Miss Zelia Gur y i C ley and Carl N Stevenson will take < e place this evening at 8 oclock the G Q > ceremony to be performed by the e I Rev Mr Hogan 0 0 Tha Vomans club meets this af 0 terncon with Mrs T W hlteley 0 < t In her home 13 N street A < b < > paper will be rend by Mrs Cook < > < < 1 A dancIng party wB be given this 1 c evening at the Twentieth ward 0 I amu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SAlT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 23 1909 1 p ANNEXATION BILL HAD DISAPPEARED Waterloo Petition Mysteriously Missing but Council Re convenes for It AnnexatIon of a part Waterloo to the city came near being defeated when the city council last night adJourtd WIthout reference to the petition When the matter was callEd to the attentfon of the council the fcsiilon was reCOll Vened and the matter proved cond tlonally to be taken up definitely next Monday night The petition from Sugar House was bent bad to the petitioners for more mpleto maps and more sihers When hIs is done the council will agree to the nnncxaion The Vaterlo petitions dilmppearance wao a good deal tf a mystery lat night The tbree petItions from Dr A Broth beck for a land grant for airship ter minals went to he committee Curb and gutter extension No 15 on Jefferson street between EIghth South and Nlntl SJuthi sidewalk extensIon No 148 on the south side of Second South street between First West and Sec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

1 1 I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 23 1909 7 LI I WhaeswiiaHnsorzs All the TIme NO CHANGE IN FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE The Sporting of Salt Anthurity Lake I = FIRST ARRESTS SEEN 7 IN ORAL BETTING WAR Oakland Jockey Club Stands Back of the Layers for Test Case Oakland Cal Nov 22The first arrests In connection with the enforcement of the OtisWalker antibetting law were made at the EmeryvUle race track today 1 when E T Martin a bookmaker and Charles Brown a clerk were taken Into custody after they had orally arranged a 2 wager with II representative of the dis trict attorneys office It being alleged that money actually changed hands Town Recorder Cobunl of Emeryville accepted bonds provided by the New Ca 1C0rnia Jockey club and they were re leased pending II preliminary hearing to morrow The case will be a test case of if the new law 2 I Rainy weather prevailed at EmerYvilie today and the track was sloppy Folllt L experienced better racing luck than on Saturday winnin...

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