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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

4 2 + fHE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 27 1909 MURDERED WHilE SPYING ON REDS Federal Officials Anxious to Learn More About Slaying of Fritz Dispatches from Durango Colo to the effect that Jake Fritz ot that place had been notified ot the killing ot his brother by Indians at the Four Cor ners trading post in Aneth Utah aroused Interest among members of the force of James H Anderson United States marshal for this district for the reason that if the killing took plate in Utah the trial will take place in the United States court for this district The dispatches say that Fritz had been watching certain persons for evi dence on the charge of selling liquor to Indians on the reservation It Is sup posed from this that persons who were concerned In the traffic in liquor had something to do with the killing w E Johnson special agent at the goternment Indian service who has harge of the work of suppressing the sale of liquor among the Indians throughout the United State ha...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

I = + THE HERALDREPUBLfCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOv 27 1909 3 t Additional Sports ANOTHER TRACK TO RUN Coast Racing Promoters Believe That Ingleside Has Chance to Open San Francisco Nov 260wing to the fat that Imvroements are being mad at the famous old Inglpslde race track 1 Tom Williams and others In pracUca ortrol of the racing game on the coast there are well defined reports In clreu I 1fl I hlre to he ettect that the tall 0 the horse will be sounded at Ingle 51d after Dec U when Iayorelect Mc utly is Inaugurated Ingleslde Is located Inside the city lim Its of San Francisco and horsemen arC I jublJnt over the report of a revival ot i tN game at the track where thl chlv airy and fashion of San Francisco flocked during the las of the turf war hi tWlen the lIliamK forcell and tIioa h 1 Jd d by Prince Poniatowski who pro mc ted the sport of kings at Tanforan trak Ma orelect McCarthy announced sev Tal times In his campaign speeches that San Francisco ought to be made the Pari...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

t I 4 I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 27 1909 Mines and Mining Stocks SALT LAKE MEN GO I TO BANNOCK CAMP Large Interests Investigate the Merits of New HighGrade District Bannock Nev Nov 25Bannock Is at tracting more attention apparently among Salt Lake mining men than among the men ot similar calling In this state Hardly a week has gone by but there Is some one here from Salt Lake This week three men well and favcrably known In the Investment world went over Treasure Hill made a careful stqdy or the situa tion and the work carried on and as a natural consequence were very favorably Impressed They were Frank J Hagen barth head of the Woods Investment company extensively Interested In live stock mining and other big business en terprls W IL Felkler a capitalist and Charles Gltsch wellknown mining engineer They ware guests or George w Abel of Battle Mountain and had been with him In the Jersey valley Hum boldt county where they are likely to become Interested In...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

LHJ 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 27 1909 5 s LF4nancial and Commercial j J SPECULATORS ARE MORE OPTIMISTIC Feeling in Wall Street That the Copper Combination May Go Through MONEY MARKET IS EASIER RISE IN STOCK PRICES ALL ALONG THE LINE New York Nov 26The opportunity for cJntemplaton afforded by the Thankvlng holiday seemed to have r suited In an almost entire disappearance of apprehension over the Standard 01 decision which has ben an unsettling Influence In the stock market through out the present week The abatement ot uneasiness over the effects at the de cision was owing to a large extent to the revival of credence In the project to consolidate the leading copper Industries The constant gatherings ot InfluentIal copper men In company wIth the bank era credited with the authorship of the project foster the belief In the contin ued effort to work out the combination on the lines followed by the financial minds ot the United States Steel corpo ration The e...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

m 6 THE RALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 27 1909 ADMINISTRATION IN FULL SYMPATHY I National Council of Commerce Attracting Attention on Account of Its Work Washington Nov GInterest is beIng revived in the national council of commerce and from recent state ments or President TaCt and members or his cabinet il1tereated in Its opera tion It is evident that the adminlrrtra Uon Is in sympathy with the purposes ot the council which was organized under the Roosevelt administration Recently the executive committee or the council was In Washington and Lalled on President Taft Secretary Knox Secretary lacVeagh and Sec retal agel Te council Is at tacked to the department of commerce and labor of which Secretary Nagel Is the head President Taft said concerning the I work that he felt genuinely intereEted I In the formation of a body ot business men who would be able to represent j the nteds of the country and whose adquarters here could act asa clear Ing house between the great b...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

q THE HERALUKEPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 271909 7 I READ FOR PROFIT b te i USE FOR RESULTS I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES nIRRELLSHIPP REALTY COMPANY THE Real Estate People RESTAURuT on State St rent w Good lease S50GHOCEnY In residence neighbor bOOLl living rooms iQOODRUG STORE only one In dis trIct Earning 400 monthly S12roCLEANING AND DYEING a nice little business netting SOO month OOFLORAL BUSINESS nothing better In town exceptional lease 1700BARBER SHOP ichalr equip mnt In good location ROOMING HOrSES AT YOUR OWN PRICES StooFURNITURE of suite of 2 rooms E1Y terms 6507 WRILFURNISHED ROOMS on South 1st Vest street All rented 18TrS BEAITIFULLY FURNISHED ROOMS on Main street 1 UOARDING HOUSE domE ca pacity business Income 000 rent 55 I2OOAN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAI on East Uh South 30006 ROOMS MAIN St part cash easy terms seooo ROOMS 9 P1UVATE and Z PUBLIC bathll lease nets 350 month DIRRELISIUPP REALTY COMPANY EvErything In Real Estate NEWHOPSE BLDG Ground floor I 3l3Both phone...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 November 1909

i 8 + mE RtnALDREPUBLlCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 27 1909 FOOD LAWS THEME r FOR DISCUSSION Y Officials of Three States Hold Meeting in Commercial Club BETTER FOOD ADVOCATED MANUFACTURERS PRESENT AND TAKE PART IN DISCUSSION rom honesty and prlnoiple In food manufacture and preparation less laws and better ones by commissions capable of judging the requirements more under standing of practical business methods on the part of Inspectors and better food all around were advocated at the gath ring of pure food commissioners and health officials ot Utah Idaho and Wyo ming held at the Commercial club last night A dozen Utah manufacturers were also In attendance and took a lively part in the discussions Tle business session followed an Infor mal banquet served In the small dining 1011 of the club J G McDonald of time McDonald Candy company presided W F Jensen of the Jensen Creamery c Jm any declared with emphasis that most of the Ctah state laws calculated t 7 Improvt conditions of ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

I I THE METALS x 42 CHANCES to find a better Weather Silver bO7c place to livewhich is ai Pages Copper cathodes 13Yso ways a helpful aspiration Today A Lead 440 per 100 lbs are found in the want l r ads Fair InterMountain Vol 16 No1 Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDRY NOV 28 I 1909 1iiiB i tr Cl1m1 The Snit Lake Herald VoL 155 No 1r TWO MILLION DOLLAR DEAL IN RE ESTATE I C uJR M k vr i tRr r a b y pppc 014 i4 < o fA y1e 0 40 ry f h < f f c l w < x 1f 9 r J V1 t k n s4 4 y plr t s0 a r < SAMUEL H AUERBACH Whose great real estate purchase completed yesterday makes him the largest individual owner of Salt Lake real estate fiRE A TEST DEAL IN SALT LAKE HISTORY Saml1JdlLhAuerbach Gets r tile Control of Many Acres of Business Property Following eau house Example Bm DEP ARIMENI STORE PLANNED Coming as the closing feature of a year whose days have seen prac tically the transition of a city from maturing youth to its manhood of metropolitanism and whose swift passing hours have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

F L L i 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 HElD IN HONOR OF THE TIMES TO COME National COin Exhibition to Open in Omaha on 6th of December SOME SPECIAL FEATURES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUlTURE WIll HAVE EXHIBIT Omaha Nov 27In Chicago In 93 the World celebrated the anniversary of the discovery ot America in St Louis the Louisiana purchase was the reason why 10 Portland It was the trail to em pire blazed by LewIs and Clark In Jamestown it was the first settlement on these wldflung shores ot ours Ever xposltion that has been held since Phll addphlas centennIal has been n celebra tIon ot something bIg that has gone be f re reBut In Omaha next monthtrom Dee Ii to Dec 1San exposItion will open which will celebrate the future It Is not to be for the day that was but for the day that Is to be lt will mark the formal opening ot a new era In agriculture in which the man who tills the soil will hold the same place 1n the commercial world as the manu facturer who has develo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

I 1 TliE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 3 l I NEWS OF UTAH AND ADJOINING STATES I I r J Ogden News I Offlce336 Twentyfifth street Circulation Department 336 twenty fifth street CATCH NEGRO ROBBER WHO GRABBED WALLET Crowd in Saloon Pursues Fugitive Who Hides the Money Beneath a Rock Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov 7Whll on his way to Hot Springs Ark William M French to day had occasion to stop oft In Ogden a short time for train connections To while away the time Mr French walked from Li ulJl UVI to of nearby saloon I Mr French entered a place where there wpre a number ot people among them a I negro He called for a drink and In paying for It exhibited a wallt ot money wMeh he replaced in the Inside pocket ot his overcoat No sooner had Mr French 1 1 > 1 il lte mOfley In hs poekot than the npgro rushed up to him and rustIng I hs hand Into the pocket grabbed the i lIet and before Mr French realized I what had happened the negro darted through the ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

n i = 1h 1 h 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 i t F THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN The Jn1er3Iountaln Republica Est Feb 12 1906 s The Snit Lake Herald Est June 6 1870 Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Ealt Lake City Utah TerJIUI 01 Subscription DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 7S cents one year S800 SrNDAyono year 200 j SEMIWEEKLY In advance One year 150 six montilll 75 cents Subscribers wishing address at paper chanted must give former as well as resent address All papers are continued until ez lieu order Is received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid In every case r is TRADES E CCU + GI R 4 ti nV 4A A PALPABLE NEED One of the problems that have been delayed In the solving Is that pertain Ing to the destruction at property by fire Every cIty In the world has been laId under contribution by the fire fiend That might be pardoned In the benighted lands of the Orient but It Is vastly more true In the United States Here where the genIus ot the people Is D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

1 I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 i BUDGET WLL BE REJECTED 4 AND THEN COtJdES TUG OWAR BrItIsh Lords to Risk Their Poilti cal Existence and Appeal to People London Nov 27The coming week will be memorable in British parliamentary annals A majority of the lords despite the warnings of snoh experienced politicians as Lord Rosebery and Lord Balfour of Bur leigh nave decided to witithold their consent to the budget and it is a foregone conclusion that Lord Lansdownes motion to reject the finance measures will be carried by a large mnjority But while the result is foreseen in terest In the debate remains undimin i IshEd and the speeches to be pellvered on Monday and Tuesday preceding thl division are eagerly anticipated Vls I ount Morley secretary of state for In I din will reopen the discussion Monday He will be followed by Lord Curzon t former viceroy of India Then the financiers will have their say Lord Rothschild speaking on behalf of the U lnionlsts and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

11 6 THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 p I A DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTING NEWS CONTAINING I I SALT lAKES BID FOR 8m BOUT SETS COAST PROMOTERS 5UESSINfi Special to The HeraldRepublican New York Nov 210nly a few days must elapse before the se lection of a club to hold the JohnsonJeffries battle and still the race among the promoters from all over the country is more uncertain than ever The men who are already on the ground know no more about their chances of securing the match than a whirling Dervish knows about an opera hat Each one must come prepared to meet anything in the shape of a surppse that the others may attempt to slip over The most recent arrival in the game has set the Frisco contingent guessing The name at Tax RIckard has not been mcntloncd very often In connection with he bIg bout No ono thought him to e back In the fighting game serlouslr fIe has kept himself In seclusIon since he pUlled off the memorable GansNel son nl1t at Goldtleld Yesterday he...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

IF i I THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 7 I 1 IMPORTANT SPORTS FROM EVERYWHERE I OPENINfi OF BIDS STIRS POLICE E New York Nov 27Indications today were that the law would pre vent the proposed gathering in Madison Square Garden next Wednesday night at which bids for the JeffriesJohnson fight for the heavyweight I championship of the world were to be opened Police Commissioner Eaker said that it was his opinion that such a gathering would be in violation of the law and that the police would prevent its taking place The commissioner represented that the New York law made it a misdemeanor to even promote a prize fight here rnles5 the police interfere however the opening ot the bids promisesto be a sec ond cousin to a circus At Madison Square Garden on Wednesday evening n Jeff will appear with his allstar athletic combination On learning that Stakeholder Bob Mur phy at the Albany hotel is worried over the prospect of handling a big crowd when the bids are open...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

T I II f g THE HERALDREPUBLlCLN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNRAY NOV 28 1909 GREATEST DEAL IN SALT lAKE HISTORY c v y v r v < > l v < 1 t 1 a > e qi A iP dL s rhr i tag r Iyp g r 9 > r r > ± ii sy 2 e wd k 3 Ifr L + 2 Y Y + s 75 ° t d f hG h 4 f x a N idf a lW y 3 < J let i rt x iS s yte ht < y k Yv 2hqQ + H a w K e ya I r 4 + t a a tyr 4w k r e g ° J slr i ° 1 ° sfxq Z Y x S ctx w YiSwx < vsfw4ro Y 3 < ntbW wla e 4 vr rtl t 1 xY r Vr v a aaf tls + gY w 2 ° rfi l a sR r a Yb > t i 1R Qt ai rrca Jt e Brooks arcade at northwest corner of Third South and State streets owned by Samuel H Auerbach Continued from page 1 State street ot 188 feet and a frontage on Third South of 165 feet the Manitou ho tel property with a frontage on Thlrll South of i8 feet and a depth of 190 feet the Brooks Arcade corner at the Intersec tion of Third SoutH and State streets with a frontage of 231 feet on Third South and 14914 feet on State street IncludIng on Third South the prope...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

i H I ThE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 9 J t I I 1 r 1 UI 4 I rtb 1 4 I i ts Mullets Clothing Store Bigger and Better Than Ever Get in the Welladressecl Circle i Wear Itlullett Clothing Company Clothes I The fine points of these aew Mullet Clothing Com pany Overcoats are easily distinguished The style the tailoring the fit and the graceful lines are easi ly seen The quality is there too Youll find it out after you ye worn them awhile You11 get a great deal of satisfaction out of one of these great overcoats Extra good nInes WIlY not get one 1 See show windows Mullett Clothing Company Half block west from Main on Second South Visit our subway base ment salesroom work ingmens headquarters t 4c f L1 f 4 g 1J Y j jj 7 v fr c41r Edcrhemer Stein Co MAKERS Vhen the Stomach Stops Working Properly Because There Is Wind in it Use Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets to Set it Going Again A Trial Dox Free THE DOCTORS call It flatulency but unprofessional folks know It as wind o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

I m I to THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 11 PURE FOOD ARMY MOBILIZES FORCE I I State Officials Organize to Get Uniform Laws From the I Legislatures WILL UNITE ALL THE WEST MEET IN BOISE NEXT APRIL TO FORM ASSOCIATION Purf food officials of Utah Idaho and Yyomlng at a meeting held Saturday t10rrung in Urn office of Willard Hansen state food and dairy commissioner orrrud a temporary organization knwn as the Association of Pure Food Officials of the Western Stat08 the purpose of which Is to secure the adop tion of uniform pure food laws by the EIvral states James H Wallis food ommlssloner of Idaho was elected temporary chairman and Henry G Knight sate chemist of Wyoming tem poar secretary and treasurer An other meeting wUl be held at Boise next April to form a permanent organiza tion Pure food officIals of other western states will be invited to the April meet ing It Is Intended that the association 1 shall embrace the entire west Willard Hansen state commis...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

rrIE cpt xici n REAL ESTATE MINESjI LRFU1ILTN CLASSIFIED rdARKETS i PART TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 281909 PAGES 1 TO 10 MANY REAL TYDEALSi I I MADE DURING WEEK I I BIG SUMS CHANGE HANDS SALES Several Large Transactions Are Made in Business and Residence Property NEW BUILDINGS PLANNED OUTLOOK IS FOR CONTINUED AC TIVITY FOR COMING SUMMER Following fast upon the heels of Pat Morans playful l coup In Main street realty last week the operations of covetous inv08tors this week have heightened the Interest In the market and there Is no indication that there will be an abatement of activities de Fplte the cold weather Scores of small deals have been made during the week evincing the confi dence that Is still shown in resIdence property and while these have been playing an accompanIment to the larger deals that have been transacted they have stimulated Interest Generally Fp3klng it has been a very good week dosing as last week did with the an nouncement of an Important deal that see...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

2 3 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 u ARMOUR ADDS TO INVESTMENT HERE Astute Chicago Packer Shows His Faith in Future of Salt Lake NOVEMBER LESS ACTIVE NO PERMITS LIKE ONES ISSUED IN PRECEDING MONTHS With only two more days In Novem ber the building record for the month is c nly about halt that ot last November and for the second time this year there w 111 be a falling of for the month over the corresponding month at 1908 after a run ot recordbreaking advances There have been 101 permits issued this month by Building Inspector A B Hirth with the closing at the office at n Jon yesterday The 101 permltl rep rksnted an expenditure of 4458OO or an average for each permit of about 1450 There have been no large permits is sued during the month the largest hav Ing been for the Alta club addition whIch will cost according to the per mit 600CO But for November 1908 the permits represented expenditures of 983600 more than double the record of the present month Owing...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

I f THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 L1 Most Interesting ProgrQm Is Made Up for Food Show 41 i RIGGSES BIG AERIAL ACT As Interesting ns varied will be the program for the coming week at the food and Industrial exposition now be Ing held In the auditorium In Richards street During toe week every after noon and evening wIll have Its especial event and as an additional drawing card there will be the Rlggses styled the king and queen ot aerial wire walk ers and balancers The Riggses In private life Mr and Mrs John Riggs will begin their en gagemont Monday afternoon They I come heralded as something entirely I new and presenting a novel and unique act to oven the blase of Salt Lake Their work on the slender thread at steel In midair Is said to be nothing short ot wonderful In Its daredevil and spectacular features On Monday afternoon the postponed baby show will be held There are al ready 117 babies entered In the parade and many more will be brought to the fro...

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