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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

i 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY Nov r 23 1909 ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE OF NEW APPOINTMENTS I New Gould Line Officials Are Named I and the D R G Offices May Be Moved I I Official announcements received yesterday I day of new Gould line officials confirm ago the forecast In thee columns Bore time I agoJohn John F Enright Is the latest appointee He succeeds T B Purvis as superinten dent of motive power ot the Denver Sr Rio Grande M Enright comes from Pale tine Texas where he was with the Inter national Great Northern Frank A Yadlelgh Is to b general pas lenger agent of the Western Pacific nl though this appointment Is not official oCrelal 3et President Jefferys circular making oC tII the appointment oC T 1 Schu I na her as traffic manager of the Vest ern Pallfc has been received 11 Schu mher and Mr Enright are both pro teges oC H W Clarke the vice president of the Denver Ulo Grande J Yo Deans appointment as superb tendent of the COlorado lines of the Den ver Rio Grant al...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

I I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 23 1909 9 I READ FOR PROFIT HeraMRepuHian d USE FOR RESULTS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BIRRELLSHIPP REALTY COMPANY THE Real Estate People oGRESTAURA AND ROOMING HOUSE 18 rooms excellent location RESTAURANT on State St rent 65 Good lease 55GGROCERY In residence neighbor hood living rooms 5OOODRUG STORE only one In dis trict Earning 100 monthly 3OOOGROCERY on State St down town wm Invoice 2100RESTAURA on Second South St Cannot be beat for the moner IOOCLEANING AND DYEING a nice little business netting S200 month OFLORAL BUSINESS nothing bEtter In town exceptional lease I700BARBER SHOP 6chalr equip ment In good 10fatlon IjQGROCERY at Invoice In north east residence dIstrIct ROOMING HOUSES AT YOUR OWN PRICES tOOFURNITURE of suite of 2 rooms Easy terms 6507 WELLFURNISHED ROOMS on South 1st West street All rented for win tlr 3r8 BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED ROOMS on Main street nooos ROOMS North West Temple St A good location A bargain 10008 R...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

F r 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 23 1909 BOO KIMS LOVE STAINEDBY BLOOD Salt Lake Chinese Fear Assas sination Following Wedding in San Francisco ASK POLICE PROTECTION HATCHET MEN COMING TO FORCE PLUM ALLEY INTO WAR FFaring that swift and sudden death ml descend upon some of their num Vl at any hour of the day or night S ut La1cei members of the Chinese or ne of Yee Tong yesterday appealed to tw pnUce department to protect them fro IT the band of highbinder murderers l11on to hare come eastward from o1n Francisco for the avowed purpose of IJYlng members of the Yee family 1EO Luke head of the Yee family in Salt Lake who conlucts a restaurant and mercantilll establishment at No 12 PI m alley and Is one of the wealthiest ard mst powerful Chinamen In the WSt has received warning from Wing Hong hlng Co of San Francisco In a letter which came to Yee Luke S mdav afternoon the Yee tong of Salt Lake Is warned that thirty highblnders rre sent from California by the On...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

1IT THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 231909 11 COURT INSTRUCTS FOR DEFENDANTS No Damages for Deaths of Two Men Nor for Personal Injury Verdicts for defendant were returned In three cases in the United States court Monday In two damage cases brought against the Boston Consolidated Mining company for the deaths ot Seth Taft and Clint B Leigh In 1907 The cases had been on trial over a week The verdicts were rEsults of hlstructlons by the court A Richter administrator of the es tate of Clint B Leigh and Mrs O E raft administratrix of the estate of Seth Taft sued to recover 35000 In each case The two men killed were on a trip of Inspection llr Taft being 1 member of the legislature then In ses sion here and Mr Ldgh a reporter After arguments the court granted the motion to Instruct the jury to bring In a verdlt for defendant I In the case of Loren Green against the Sliver King ConsolldateJ Mining I company to recover damages of 10500 for personal Injuries one witness...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

1I + + 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 231909 > l L Mines and Mining StocksI OHIO COPPER SETS MILL IN MOTION oading and Hauling Systems Are Tried Out With Good Results Machinery or the first section of the Ohio opper companys new 3000ton mill Vas started yesterday for the purpose ot gEtting the bearings oiled and the dif terent parts in good working form Water Was turned upon the tables and every thin was found to run as smoothly as posllble with entirely new machinery It Is expected that some ore will be ground today and from that time on Ohio Copper will be rapidly assuming Its gait as the third large lowcost copper ploducer to be brought In in Utah v1thln the last two ears The work ot tilling the ore bins In the fasCottp tunnel was started last Friday The loading apparatus and the electric haulag system were tried out and were found to give more rapid service than the best estimates had called for By the I a Ing system employed the are Is broken 1 about...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

Ei THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 23 1909 13 LLFkianciaiand t Commercial I SPECUlATORS NOT READY FOR ACTION 1 Decision in Standard Oi Case Leaves Corporations Up in the Air WALL STREET VERY DULL UNCERTAINTY AS TO THE FU TURE STOPS TRADING Ncw York Nov 2The financial com I nty was as little prepared today to xtike Is final appraisement of the Im port to corporations of the judicial de cJ of the Standard Oil company as I s in the stock market session of Batur di after th unexpeted announcement of Uk dclskm Th disturbed ton of the market Rod t c ldrked lapee Into dullness when mas urs of support became effective were sign fleant of the importance attached to U dlsion a th wish to await th f731 dlspolton of the case before go I l forward It is in the uncertainty thus 1m olY d that the prndpl harm Is feared rot only for the Kpeulatve position II stocts but for business activity I was fur thIs reason that all commentatolis Wt l aged on th importance of an early Sf tt...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 23 November 1909

f i 14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 23 1909 Making the Standard Rye WhiskeyoI America No 6 K I i The Laboratory I Everything hat enters into the making of the i111i i I II Standard Rye Whiskey of America is first tested in our modern laboratory 1 Every process in making 1 Toad old 9 0TTLEDINBOND oldU Pure I li 1 BOTTLED IN BONE from the beginning clear through the years of ° 1t ripening and aging is frequently and thoroughly tlifllil tested by the most advanced scientific methods Not only ourselves but the Government must be satisfied of its purity Write us for beautiful book telling the whole interesting story of how the Standard Rye Whiskey of America is made A Guckenheimer Bros Distillers Pittsburg Since 1857 you couldnt get better authority on food values than Dr James Crichton Browne LLD FRS of f London England He says Eat good oatmeal eatit often and plenty of it It is the food that has built the brain and brawn of Scotland The experts of the Seattle Ex...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 November 1909

THE METALS TjJ Jyf 14 Silver 50c CHANCES to find a ser Weather vant good as mother Pages Copper cathode i3Vso used to have are offered Today Lead 440 per 100 lbs to users of the want ads S Rain InferMountain Yo1 Hi No iOD Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 Price 5 Cents The Salt Lake HeraH VoL Iii No 81 DIED TRYING TO SAVE V BOY David DeArmond Congress man From Missouri Burned to Death With His Grand son a Child Six Years Old REST OF THE FAMILY MADE THEIR ESCAPE Deceased One of the Best De baters on the Floor of the Lower House and a Man 41b Held in the Highest Esteem TAFT SENDS CONDOLENCE Kansas City Nov 23It was il1 i a vain effort to save the life of his it tIe grandson that Congressman David A DeAnnond of the Sixth Missouri district perished in a fire that de stroyed his home in Butler liro early today The heroism of the congressman waa malIe known late this afternoon when with his arms locked around the burned body of the little boy DeArmonds body was found He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 November 1909

2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 i WHY CANNON WAS KillED American Took Part in a War Be tween Nicaragua Honduras and Salvador in 1904 Memphis Tenn Nov 23That Le roy Cannon gained the lasting enmity or President Zelaya or Nicaragua by his participation In the war between Nicaragua Honduras and Salvador In 1904 was the substance or a statement made today by J I Mather or this city Mr Mather met Cannon in 1904 after he had fled to Mexico having been ex llei by Nicaragua and Honduras and later spent some time with him In Puerto Cortez Honduras after Cannon had returned there In an effort to re cover his estates which had been con fiscated Cannon was one or the bestknown men In Central America said Mr 1Iather He owned large estates In Nicaragua and Honduras but was ex iled from both countries after the war with Salvador In 190 He was charged with having aided Salvador He was In command of a large military district In the war and In that way gained the last...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 November 1909

i i THE HERALDREPUBLlCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 I 3 L NEWS OF UTAH AND ADJOINING STATES I I T Ogden News Office336 Twentyfifth street Circulation Department 3M twenty t fifth street TEllS HOW BOY DIED Recital of Unfortunate Lads Play mate Brings Tears to Eyes of All Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov 23lt was Saturday November ember the 13th I thlnkthere was no school that daythat Fred Bramwell and I went up Itoward the mountain to play When we got to the big towers that have electric wires on them we found some horses Fred and I chased the horses around the towers a few times and then 1 shinned up the tower about six feet to the handholds From there I climbed I 01 up the tower to the cross arms where the wires were Fred watched me climb When I came down Fred shinned up as I did and went on up to the top I saw him take a piece of paper out of his pocket and spit nit When he got Ill to where the wires were he threw the piflp of paler on one of the wires and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 November 1909

a j 4 OC = = = = = = 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN I The InterMountain Republican Eat Feb 12 1906 The Salt Lake herald Est June 6 1870 Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Sail bake City Utah Terms of SubscriptloD DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 7li cents one year 100 SrNDA Y One year S200 SEMIWEEKLY In advance One rear ILEO six months 75 cents SubscrIbers wishing address or paper changed must give former as well as present address Ali papers are continued until expllcU order Is received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid In every case 7R U UyGr UMpt e ear STRIKING FOR GOMPERS 1IE and there over the country is an impassioned editorial demand that Sf Samuel Gompers and John Mitchell are sent to prison by the federal court every member or every labor unIon In the country may go on strike It Is proposed to make the nation understand that the United States of America will have to stop ir these labor leaders are punished ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 November 1909

L THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 5 SOCIETY I TODAYS EVENTS Mrs L C Robinson and Miss Noble entertain today at luncheon at the Alta club 111 and Mrs George Taylor Badger give a large dancing party this evening at Whitney hall 1 ThE annual Thanksgiving dance at the University club given by the 0 members under the auspices of the 0 social committee will take place 0 this evening at the club house The monthly birthday luncheon 0 given for the girls of the Y W C 0 A boarding home will be held to 0 day at the rest rooms In the Brooks 0 Arcade with Mrs T B Beatty as 0 hostess 0 A meeting of St Marks Hospital association will be held this morn ing at 1030 at the Y M C A when final arrangements will be 0 made In connection with the char Ity ball December 3 Jc At the Masonic temple this even 0 mg the young Indies of MizpahO chapter O E S will give a Thanksgiving party and bazar v v The history section oC the Ladles 0 0 Literary club will meet this morn Ing at 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 November 1909

IIIvu = 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 W CAMERON FORBES ¼ THE NEW GOVERNOR Takes Oath of Office and Tells the Assemblef Filipinos What They May Expect Manila Nov 24At the Marble hall of the AyuntamIento once used for conference by SpanIsh authorities and now the chamber of the popular as sembly W Cameron Forbes of Massa chusetts thIs morning took the oath of office as governorgeneral of the PUlIppines and delivered hIs inaugural address The governor outlined an extensive lIne > of public improvement IncludIng roads Irrigation rIver and harbors He read the origInal McKinley Instruc tions and declared that they had been fully carried out the United States only retaining a necessary strong central control Capital demands a stable govern ment he declared Capital Is not particularly Interested In the color and dEsign of the flag it wants just and equitable laws sound and uniform pol Icy on the part of the government just and faIr treatment In the cour...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 November 1909

t i I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 I 7 I Whats All the Time or1s I UTAH EXPECTS NQ CINCH WITH AGGIES tTheSportjrg L of Salt + Lake i ori j KARP GIVES DfFI TO MIKE YOKEl Issues Liberal Challenge for Wrestling BoutTwo Good Men 1 hereby wish to extend my challenge to Mike Yokel for a wrestling match to be held In Salt Lake City or elsewhere at weIghts from 115 to 155 pounds as Yo kel may dictate catchascatchcan or any other style best two In three tails pIn falls or flying falls to count gate re ceipts divided as Yokel may wish This challenge goes for anyone In the country between the weights namell but Yokel prtferred Stanley Karp The above challenge was Issued by Stan ley Karp the wellknown wrestler last night Karp stated that for more than three months he lus been In Salt Lake with the hopes of a match with Yokel I and that as his challenge Indicated tie was willing to agree to any reasonable terms Yokel may wish 1 am sure I can throw Yokel Karp con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 November 1909

8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 PREHISTORIC MAN e HAD BEST HEALTH Stomach Man Makes Some Telling Blows at Modern Day Methods of Living THEORIES STIR COMMENT PEOPLE OF ZION WIDELY INTER ESTED IN WORK HERE The theories of the Cooper stomach man and his belief that the stomach Is the keystone of health have aroused Idespread comment In Salt Lake City When Interviewed yesterday another Cooper Idea was launched whIh no doubt will result In still further dis Lussion Said the stomach man 1 ha proved In Salt Lake my the ory that 95 per cent of all chronic ill health Is caused by stomach troubk und nothing els People In all walks of lfethe lawyer business man clerk and the man who works with his hands they have all come to me since I have been meeting the people of this city at SmIths Busy Corer drug store MaIn and Second South street and In practically every Instance nothing has ben the mater with them but st m ach trouble What Is the cause Modern day method...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 9 I READ FOR PROFIT Want Herald Ads Republican 5c a i Line USE FOR RESULTS J I FOR SALEREAL ESTATE Foil SAL THE FINE RESIDENCE PROPERTY listed below Is offered for sale for cash or on monthly payments It may be pur chased from us or from any t1rst class real estato dealer In the city NO 56 NINTH AVENUE SIXROOM pressed brick stone foundation bunga low mission finish mission fireplace In living room large front veranda screen d back porch modern plumbing and fur nace Lot 2x1 rods Price Ii5IJ NORTHWEST CORNE1t SEVENTH avenue and M street sevenroom 2story preased brick stone foundation dwelling I Reception halL large front porch mod ern plumbing and furnace Lot 3n2 ft by 130 ft Price 57W NO 341 TENTH AVENUE SIXROOM pressed brick bungalow One short block from new Ninth avenue car line Large bathroom cabinet kitchen gas and elec tric lights Large front veranda cement steps cement cellar screened back porch Price 4500 1 CORNE...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 November 1909

i r 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 GOES TO PEN FOR 20 LONG YEARS Wholesale Burglar Pleads Guilty but Gets Very Se vere Sentence John Wilson confessed burglar to hm Was traced more than a score ot bberles In Salt Lake was sentenced t srrn twent years In the state pe11i tentlary by Tuitgt T D Lewis In the Third district oourt yesterday when he entfrPd a plea of guilty to the hou53 breaking or the home ot Tames A Pol l k 11 East South Temple street on the night or October 30 Pour complaints had been drawn up l barging Wilson wIth robbery but the rthH < were dLsmIsd on motion ot As tdnt District AttorneyE O Leather od WlIsm at first appealed to Judge Ir vls for an attorney In an effort to fluid off sentence Judge LewIs named 111 A Badger to defend the accused man and the attorney held a hurried r ouiuItation with the prisoner ThC plEa of guilty wU changed to not guilty h Wilson and when the case was about to be tried th assistant distrIct tttorlly s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 November 1909

Jt I THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 11 PURE FOOD LAWS I TO BE UNIFORM i Business Men Start Campaign I to Make Statutes of State I Agree Manufacturers and jobbers prominent in the buslnecs affairs of the city were present Tuesday at a meeting held in the COIAffiercial Club building when the propositIOn to secure uniform pure food Jaws In Utah and several 0 the ad JOining states came up for discussion us well as the proposed meeting of this week which will be attended by the food commissioners of two or three states Tl11ard Hansen state dairy and food commissioner and Herman Harms state chemist were at the meeting It was decided to have a meeting at the Commercial club Friday night tthen It is likely that a permanent or ganization embracing Utah Wyoming and Idaho will be formed while other states may come In later Among th > so ho are expected to make addresses lit the meeting Fridy eight are E W Burke state food commissioner of Wyoming J H Wallis f...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 November 1909

I r = ji 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT lAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 I l Mines and Mining Stocks SALT LAKE MEN IN ELY Y CENTENNIAL local Business Men on Board of Concern Starting New Work The board of directors of the Ely Con tEnnlal company which bas taken over the Mortoot group of claims In Ely dis trict will comprise C A QUigley gen eral manager of the Studebaker com pany of this city C H Griffin joint agent of the railroads entering Salt Lake Lester D Freed of the Freed I Furniture company and two Ely men E W Griffiths who engineered the purchasing deal for the new company and is its manager has returned to Ely to layout the plan of development While it Is the intention to carry on an extensive clllnpaign the nature ot the work could not be determined he said until after he had given tho topography of the country 3 thorough examination From what I saw ot the ground dur ing my short visit a week ago it Is a certainty that In order to do the proper 1 ty justice work lhould b...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 November 1909

k THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 13 IL Financial and Commercial COMBINE PROJECT MAY BE ABANDONED Standard Oil Decision Has Ad verse Effect on Copper Producers STOCKS ON DOWN GRADE CENTRAL OF NEW JERSEY DIVI DEND HELPED PRICES NfW York Nov 2The decision against the legality at the Standard Oil company In its present form continued the disturbing Influence In the stock mar ket today I was most acutely manifest In the group at copper Industrials The goup reason for this was not that those com panies era particularly vulnerable to the effect of the decision but that an ani mated speculation and sharp advances In prices of those stock have taken place based on the assumption of a coming consolidation of the copper producers on much the same lines as are prohibited by the courts decision In the Standard Oil case Assurances were given yester da with color of authority that the plans for harmonizing the copper Inter ests would be In nowise affected by the new...

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