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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

I L 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 I r I L lh 1 f t 1 L 1 c i f t L t ° f 1 t 1 1 xA p M t A + I t 51 4s 4 A L WEEKS PROGRAM I E a Salt Lake TheatreIn Old Kentucky beginning f Monday night and contip II ulng Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday nights with a bargain matinee on f Wednesday o r p h e u m Theatre 1 r I x Vaudeville beginning 3o k t night and running for the week with matinees dally except Sunday a Colonial Theatre In Wyoming beginning to L2 night and continuing all I t a j r the week with matinees r Y Wednesday and Saturday sl T Tf f L Bungalow TheatreCon sul Jr the educated chimpanzee 1 r panzee and Pan tag e s vaudeville every afternoon ° and night including Sun day matinee Change of 1f bill on Thursday y I r 1 1 Shubert Theatre Miss Flora Wilson daughter of 31o ry the secretary of agricul w ture in concert tomorrow o E j night assisted by Harold a wp Osborn Smith pianist and Karl Klein violinist GOOD GOTHAM GOSSIP BY FRANKLIN FYLES New York ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

II THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 5 with this the first Woman of the better class that he has ever known but it is different with Jennie Summers She re sists the advances made by her hand some picturesque lover with his gentle voice and virile power because of her superior breeding and gentle ways It is a battle royal between her heart and her prejudices but at last she comes to see that after the manner of other American women she cannot help lov ing a man who is a man and this splendid specimen of young American manhood proves her master Comedy is freely Injected to relieve the pathos and interest is never allowed to lag The piece will be continued during the week with usual matinees Wednesday and Saturday BUNGALOW THEATRE 1 Every now and then some big feature In vaudeville on new and startling lines makes a tremendous hit Just so with Consul Jr who is appearing at the Bungalow this week It is less than a year ago that he appeared on the stage in Londo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

i oJ 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 vr flY tsI 1117 IJ7 I V fJ ff 11 J IF J I 11 Ir 0c OUR SHORT STORY PAGE v ° p The Ghosts of Chartres Mill BY HERMINE TEMPLETON I I Author of Darby OOill and The Good People I Copyright 1909 by banj B Hampton TI a deep wooded hollow between two rocky spurs IN the Sievena man hUlsas lonely a spot as can be found In all Tipperarystands Chartres ruined mill Two generations ago the tumbling stream which fed the mill dried up and now the conquering Ivy shackles the great helpless wheel and the Impudent loosestrife unmolested and defiant flares and flaunts Itself from every piteous crack and crevice Shunned and dIsliked the rUin droops a blur of brown and gray among the leavesa pathetic picture of friendless old age Some give one reason for this unfortunate decay and some give another but Sheelah McGuire the fairY doctor who is of course the best authority in Ballinderg upon such matters declares that the ill luck which bli...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

LIi E THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 I II > C r r i p p vi1fw r y + l t t4 S 1 Y 1 t l I J j I Il lii c 1 r J 1 c o THE GREENEWlLD FURNITURE COMPANY k tf lli i r t rf l i lE iffl < W = t m lQm AyJi h Y JPUt i A 2 m Imi t D LL Pte Holiday Furniture Clearance t ii q J I FURNITURE for any rOOlll in the houseodd lines 0 ne W e e kO n 1 Y E VERY piece included in this sale appropriate for f t and piecesour best sellers of coursethats an Xmas giftevery pIece is useful and of the the reason for their being odd pieces Of many high standard tore Beautiful quality Its the SIX Days of best hanc you 11 have thIS season to save on splen pieces we have but one Qf a kindhere a broken thingsou andhave did gift things and the saVIng will range from i 1 set there a couple of chan an odd desk half a set FurnIture PrIce 25 to 60 per cent Choose early in the week as every of dlIllllg chaIrs and so onevery pIece on our piece is so desirable that these great reductions w...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 29 November 1909

THE METALS JFI Tt CHANCES to find private Weather pupils are offered to 12 Silver 50 S c those gL can teach Today Copper cathodes 13Vsc 11IT1itTi11i through the use of the Pages Farr Lead 440 per 100 lbs want ads nerMOUfltfttfl Republican SALT LAKE CIlY UTAH MONDAY NOV 29 1909 Price 5 Cents The saora I al CUBAS POLITICAL SITUATION HAS SUGGESTION OF TROUBLE I T I GOVERNMENTS HtADS ClASH II I I President Gomez and Vice President Zayas Each Has a Following and All Efforts to i Create Fusion Have Failed I I CHIEF EXECUTIVE MAY I BE FORCED FROM SEAT Gomez Startles Liberal1Lead ers by Announcing He Will Make Appointments Without Considering Any Faction i NEGROES HAVE GRIEVANCEi I I Havana Nov 28Not since the downfall of the administration of I President Palma has the political at mosphere of Cuba been more obscured i and more laden with suggestions of I trouble than now The reestablished republic is I scarcely nine months old and already rumors are persistent that some way is being sought...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 29 November 1909

i 2 THE liERALDREPUBLlCAN SALT LAKE CITY JTdH MONDAY NOV 29 1909 I CAN THE DEAF HEAR IN THREE MINUTES Wonderful Results Claimed for New Preparation Owned by Easterner I HE EXPLAINS WILD RUMORS SAYS REPORTS OF RESTORED HEARING EXAGGERATED Can an Individual who has been dear for a number ot years be made to hear again In three minutes The answer to the above Question would seem to be N1 emphatic No yet the Cooper stomach man who Is now In Salt Lake introducing the prep arations which have made him famous throughout the United States says tnder certain conditions yes Reports from eastern cities state that Cooper gave demonstrations In which he agreed to make deaf people hear again In three minutes with one ot his preparations and It Is claimed he was successful In many cases When asked about these seeming mir acles yesterday the stomach man laid In cases where deafness has been produced by catarrhal trouble I have a I reparatIon that vlll bring relief in a few moments time but only in ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 29 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 29 1909 3 EXPECT A FIGHTI I IN THE COUNCIL I Some Members Do Not Want Railway Company to 1 Carry Freight CONSIDER AQUEDUCT PLAN NOTHING DEFINITE EXPECTED THIS WEEK ON FRANCHISE Some real oratory anti a hot scrap are expected at the meeting of the city coun cil tonight when the report of the mu nldpal laws committee 1M brought Up vot 1lg to give permission to the Utah Light I RlIlw3y company to haul freight to and from i ort Douglas between 8 oclock In the morning and 4 oclock Iq the after noon dUring week day Councilmen T R Black and F S Fern strom signed the commIttee report last Thursday night and the franchise and ordinance for the Utah Light will oe amended If the compahy Is given the rbllt to haul this freight The permit ewes granted by the city for a period uf tP years It Is understood the petition to the city cuncll came from several officers of the 11flenhth Infantry at Fort Douglas on the round that It would be of great be...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 29 November 1909

1 1 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 29 1909 THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN The Jnter310untan RepublleaD Est Feb tZ 1906 4 The Snit Ltke Herald Est Jun 6 1870 Only RcpubUcan Daily Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah Ternlll of SUberlptloBJ DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 15 cents ont year 800 SUIDAYOne year 200 SZMI WEEKLY in advance One year 150 sIx months 75 cents Subscrlblrs wishIng address of paper chanted must give frmer as well as present address All papers are continued until explc1t ordlr Is receIved to discontinue All ar rearages must be paM In every cast T COUNC > < AU WHEN THE NEW i3UILDING IS OPENED After while the new high school buildIng w1ll be established Wherever Jt shall be located It wilt serve the needs of the city DIg enough for fif teen hundred pupils with every appli ance that Is required for the better edu cation of the youngthat will be the new East Side High school of Salt Lake And when that time comes there Is an even more necessary work ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 29 November 1909

E 1ii T HE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 29 1909 5 L I HAPPENINGS IN UTAH TOWNS I Ogden News Office336 Twenty flfth street U CIcuIatIon Department 3S6 twenty fifth street TRIBUTES PAID TO MEMORY OF MRS FORD Sppcial to The HernldRepubJcan Ogden Nov 5lth Impressive serv lees lat tributes were paid to Mrs Sarah Ann Ford at the RIchey undertaking chapel at oclock this afternoon The Rev W W Fleetwood of the Episcopal church delivered the funeral sermon and the EpIscopal choir furnl8h the music Burl was In the City cemetery Mrs Ford was the mother of Miss Maud Edwards matron of the Ogden General hospital She had come to Ogden from E1gland with her husband and two chit on ten days ago to live wIth her daugl1 tr LECTURES ON USE AND ABUSE OF MONEY Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nov 2hTalklng on the Ute and wrk of Count Leo Toltltol the Rev John E Carver of the First Presbyterian curh delivered the last of a series or fci r lectures 011 the Use and AbulI6 of MontY fro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 29 November 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 29 1909 h liTHE MODERN CITY SUBJECT TALK Adam Dixon Warner Gives a Forceful Lecture on Civic Vice at Y M c A IMPROVEMENT IS NEEDED ADVOCATES AVIATION CONTEST IN PLACE OF PRIZE FIGHT For an hour yesterday afternoon Adam Dixon Warner of Los Angeles held the fiXfd attention of an audience that filled the assembly room and crowded the cor ridors at the Y M C A building Mr Warner delivered his lecture on The Modern City which was In effect an arraignment ot the iniquities at the pres ent day civic governments Mr Warner Is an orator at unusual magnetic force He Is ot the Bran and La Follette type and combines with his forceful and convincing manner at de livery or his arguments a thorough grasp at facts of existing conditions A lawyer by profession he has made a study ot civic governments for the last twenty years His was a total ot comparisons and holding to the light vivid word pic tures at graft and municipal corruption He Bald In p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 29 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 291909 T WhaaUnoripROMOTERSFLEE POLICE TO OPEN BIDS TheSf Jft orily BILLIARD PLAY MAY RESULT IN TRIPLE TIE Now York Nov 28There Is a possI bility ot a triple tie for first honors cup and money In the International billiard championship tournament which will be concluded this week In the adlson Square Garden concert ball The standing ot the six competitors I tollows Name Won Lost Cline 4 1 Demarest 3 1 Sutton 3 1 Slosson 1 2 Casslgnol 1 3 Cutter 0 4 Sutton will meet Casslgnol tomorrow afternoon and Demarest will play SlosBon tomorrow night Should Sutton and Dem 6rest win they will be tied with Cline who has won tour ot his five games and Is sure ot a substantial cash prize Slos son and Cutler will meet Wednesday for their firth game and It the case has to be played orr the tournament wlll not be completed until Friday I LOELL NOT A CANDIDATE Crack Fullback Not After Leadership of the U TeamBoosts Utah Leaders Following the announcem...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 29 November 1909

8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 291 1909 I I I MINES AND MINING I CANT GET CONTROL OF UTAH COPPER Guggenheims Meet Unex pected Difficulty in Turning It to Combine Boston Nov 28Now that control ot the Utah Copper company Is In dispute an official announcement bearing upon the copper merger can hardly be ex pected within the next few days It appears that the American Smelting Refining Interests believed tney would xperience no dUncult In swinging control ot Utah Copper to J P Morgan Co but they have met with an ob stacle The Guggenheim Interests own less than 300000 shares ot Utah Copper and the stock 01 their associates which they virtually control would not give them a majority oC the total capital Ization oC 750000 shares To secure con trol stock held by the MacNeill Jack ling Hayden Penrose faction must be secured W B Thompson Is alSo one ot the largest holders ot Utah He has close to 40000 shares In his own name and controls much more These Inter ests are ot...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 29 November 1909

= t THE HERALDREPUBLCAN LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 29 190 9 Notice to Water Users STATE ENGINEERS OFFICE SAT Lake City Utah October 30 19 Notice Is hereby given that the Eml graton Canyon Improvement Company by Its vic president Jacob F Gates hose pstoflce address Is Sat Lake Ciy Uth has made applcaton In ac cordance with the requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah 197 as amend ed by the Session Laws of Utah 19 to appropriate one 1 cubic foot per sec ond of water from Maple or pr Can yon Creek Sal Lake county Utah Said water will be diverted at a point which bears north 8 degrees 3 minutes east 12 fet from the southwest comer of the southwest quarter of section 3 town ship 1 north range 2 east Salt Lake bas and meridian from where I will be CO ve ed by means of a pipe line for a dis tance of 15 feet and there used from April 1 to September 15 Inclusive ot each year to Irrigate 16 acres of land embrace In section 3 township 1 north range Z eat Sat Lake base and meri dian As much of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 29 November 1909

I tHE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 29 1909 FOR SALEREAL ESTATE loOR fA r t THE HOME INVESTMENT SAV INGS CO UOOoo 8room brick house bath toilet hot and I cold water gas etc located on First ave hue 24 rods frontage House faces south rhls Is absolutely the best buy in the city Terms WO cash and balance at S30 per month The house Is renting for 5 2250 00 4room brick cottage In course or con IItruction Location In choice part or the west side Cement walks car service etc Easy terms can be arranged 180000 6room brick house near 7th South and I Sth Vest 1 ore Is a good lot with this house Two car lines electric lights ete Ths house can be rented to two parties I for 25 per month Very easy terms can be had on this place In fact the rent will pay for It SifiOOOO 7room modern house located southeast In Forest Dale The ground Is 1OOxl5 foot and Is n corner Good barn also on this i place 100000 160ncre dry farm In a good locality lose In 4liOOo room strictly modem brick hous...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 29 November 1909

s V THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 29 1909 11 1 V READ FOR PROFIT Hera1Repub11can Want Ads Sc a i Line USE FOR RESULTS I I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BIRRELLSHIPP REALTY COMPN Y THE Real Estate People I 750RESTAURANT In one ot the best locations In the city 11200CLEANING AND DYEING a nice little business netting 200 a month 167BARBER HOP on Main street firstclass eClulpment S3COOFLORAL BUSINESS Main street rent 4000 No better stand 1 tr town SOOORUG and CARPET CLEANING CLEANIs and rug manufacturing business All or a part Interest 55OGROCERY STORES tram f 50 to MOO You cant lose when you In I voice stock ROOMING HOUSE BARGAINS 6rsPhlpps place 500 l rsSouth First West o 7 rsE First South 31300 8 rMaIn street 1000 IOr5W 6th Sputh SOD I 12 raState street 1100 16 rsState street 2900 18rsN Main street 1200 26 rsllaln street 3000 28 rsS West Temple 12500 36 rsE 1st South S 4 OOO S 40 rsW 2d South 18500 GO rsBrlgham street 5000 00 rsState street 5000 10 rsState street 1000 ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 29 November 1909

l r 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY NOV 29 1909 HOTEL SWiNDLER LOSING GROUND Growth of Protective Associa tion Limits Field of His Operations WRONGDOERS ARE CAUGHT VALUE OF THE NEW SYSTEM AL READY HAS BEEN SHOWN The profS5IOflaI hotel deadbeat with suavity and ability to pass phony hecks on the unwary lfUldlord I be ginning to find his territory of operations seriously limited In something over 1 000 hotels west of the Mississippi river 0 Is confronted with the bold typed card This hotel Is a member of the Westerfl Hotel MenS Protective association pro tectIVe bureau conducted under the direc tion of the Thel Detective Service com isany Is The card Is a notice that experience teaching hotel operators tb heed The lstern hotels are rapidly enrolling all members of the association and the suc ess of the last few months in defeating the deadbeat has led to preliminary steps for an association that will include t 1t hotels of the entire country For years there has been...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

I i I THE METALS OHANOES to find private Weather 14 Silver 51c pupils are offered to j k those who can teach Today Copper cathodes 13140 Pages through the use of the f Lead 9 440 per 100 lbs want ads FairS S ferIuntaln Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAU TUESDAY NOV 30 1909 ni 5 Cents The Salt Lake Herald VoL Ie 103 Vol lIB No J I OHIO MAN MURDERS MOTHER I AND KILLS I DEPUTY SHERIFF AlSO SHOOTS TWO OTH RS Suicide of the Murderer Be fore He Could Be Captured by a Large Posse Which Had Surrounded the House CRIME OF SAME NATURE NEAR AURORA ILLINOIS Albert Marclay a Farmer Strikes His Mother Over the Head With Iron Bar and It Is Feared Woman Will Die LYNCHING S THREATENED Gr nsvllle 0 Nov 29Cter murder Ing his mother and a deputy sheri who lad attempted to arrest him and probably fatally Injuring another woman and her husband Clolde Weaver 3t years old cnmmitted suicide this afternoon Weaver was ieclared by physicians to b afflicted with exaggerated eg and as under suspended sentence from th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

2 tHE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT lAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 30 1909 PRETTIEST BABY 1 GETS LOVING CUP Little MargerieWeiler 19 Months Old Wins Prize at Baby Show MANY GIVEN PRESENTS JOE WOOD WINS MEATCUT TING CONTEST The old nursery rhyme which tells us and which we used to believe that Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet was relegated to the rear yesterday at the I food and Industrial exposition when daInty little MIss Margerle Weiler of but 19 months of age reIgned queen In true regal style she reigned during the afternoon and evenIng and had for her loyal subjects and received the proper obeisance from the population of the big auditorium It was a great day at the food show yesterday and the greatest event vas the baby parade and show There were babies and bableeand then some more until the committee hardly realized the task that was gladly accepted until It sIghted the long rows of babIes each pre ttier th811 the other and each the prettiest Then the members found themselves bewildered...

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