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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

I THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SAL LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 30 1909 3 Ik I HAPPENINGS UTAH TOWNS I I Ogden News l Otfe336 Twentyflfth street I Circulation D partment 135 twenty firth street OGDEN WilL HAVE A NEW NEWSPAPER Articles of Incorporation Are Filed for the Ogden Chronicle Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Nev 2ogden Is to have an other newspaper to be known as the OgJen Chronicle Articles of Incorpora tion namIng J F Thomas present pub usher of the Industrial Utah a monthly periodical and B R Bowman proprietor of the Ogden Morning Ex aminer ait chief IncorIJOrators and kholders were filed with the county cJnl ibis morning The capital stock is iOOOO with shares at par value of 10 each Ot this sum 11600 has been sJtslrlbo and 68600 will be held ait trt1Iur stock The stuckholders are Frank poulter A J UCbln A II Yeonstra each taking w o worth of stock Of the capital stock te arllllel state that It is fully paid anti nonabfoessable and that 96011 Is pIl for by taking over the Bu...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

Ii it tHE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT lAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 301909 I THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN The luterMountain Republlcaa Est Feb 12 1906 The Salt Lake herald Est June 6 1870 Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah Terms of Subscription DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 75 tents one year 800 SPNDAYOne year 200 SEMI WEEKLY In advance One rear 160 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address ot paper changed must give former as well as resent address All papers are continued until explloU order Is received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid In every case I TRACES 8CN COUNCtL I MOTHER AND MESSENGER BOY I There Is a very pretty story of the mother who asked her little boy to do some tasks for her and he declared he Idnt want to He wanted to play and he was too tired to do that very happily He believed he wanted his Mother to come and help hIm 80 she went to the telephone and pre tended to call up the messenger office and asked for a little boy She didnt dece1ve ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

L + S I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 30 1909 5 s r L SOCIETY I TO DAYS EVENTS o Mrs A Fred Vey and daugh 0 tEr Irs Vaughn Paul will en V G tertain his afternoon at a large < > G bridge party In honor of Mrs E 0 A Wall and daughters the Misses 0 o Selma Alice and Mary Wail 0 U 0 U The Ladies Bridge club at Fort 0 < v Douglas will meet this afternoon 0 < v with Irs T R Harker 0 o 0 t lIss Edna Marcroft and MIss 0 o Helma EKstrand entertain this 0 o evenIng at a china shower in honor v V of Miss Edna Hill a December 0 V bride 0 U 0 V The building committee of the 0 V State Street Orphans Home and 0 o Day Nursery will meet this after 0 o noon at Echo home ot Mrs Edwin 0 U Kimball at 2 oclock C o 0 U There will be no meeting this 0 < > morning ot the tourist section of 0 o the Ladles Literary club It hay 0 o lug been postponed until Tuesday 0 morning December 7 0 o 0 o The Seekers Literary club will 0 > b ehtertalned this afternoon by 0 o Mrs ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

S 1 6 ThE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 30 1909 > I r Wha All l the Time s POWELL STUMBLES IN CLIMB TO TITLE TheSportingAuthorii ofSaltLake j t RECORD YEAR FOR DRAFTING PLAYERS lavish Expenditures of the Big Clubs Shows Desire to Win The Sporting Lire says The tall ot 1m marked the highest advance In the history of baseball In the matter ot drafting and purchasing minor league plllers by ma jor league clubs Never before were ma jor league clubs so lavish In expenditure and It Is probable that the highest water mark has been reached Guesses were made at one time that the minor leagues would benefit to the extent of 260000 by the sale ot their players to the American and National loaues this tall This sum will not cover It According to the rec ords ot the national commission the two big organizations by purchase or draft have taken S3b3JO werth ot talent from t the smaller leagues Ot this sum 299550 1ms been paid The balance Is to go to the minor league clubs It ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

I 1 I1 i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 30 1909 7 IflOURE HEAlTHY YOULl BE PRETTY Easterner Tells Why Some Women Have Fair Skins and Others Nan CONDEMNS FACE POWDERS NATURE IS LOVELY FOR IT IS NATUREBE NATURAL The Cooper stomah man had some thing to say about womankind yotor Bay when Interviewed at Smiths Busy Corer drug store Main andSecond I Sout streets where he Is making his headquarter I Sat Lake City This Is tl eastern medic man who has Roused Interested comment by his ox trordinar Ideas about disease 90 per ont of which he clams reuls from tomacr trouble and nothing more The stomach man said Many women paint and powder and me cold cream and lotions when their Cinplelons begin to fade They think IL sallow wanlooking face can be made J to bloom like a healthy one by such treatment but thIs Is all wrong Th akn must be treated from the inside out not from the outside In True beauty must Come from a healthy body Xt cant result from an unhealthy one This Is th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

I2 I B I tHE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 30 1909 FOR SALE1EAL ESTATE V iOR SALE I 1 r SPALDING LIVINGSTON 1NVi3 sr MENT CO1PANY RED APPLE ORCHARDS The western Irrigated orchards will in the future supply the apple mark Il of be world i1ve acres of Irriga ted orchard knd is sufficient to support a tamiJy and keep It busyrheodore Raosevelt The lnest fruits are raised In irri gated orchards and this Is the IilOfl why UtQh has taken more prlzI on her fruit than any other western state At the recent tate Fall the display of apples was magnificent and this In Itse1C ought to show ordinary peo Plle il tlllt apple raising Is a safe line of fn Cstment This company planted a tract of 75 acres which Is the largest orchard ever T > lanted In Utah All IIlanted to red apples We are soiling thlll orchard In trads at five acres on payment at rio down 15 per month lor four eake nnj after expiration of contract take n mortgage for balance to suit con o nience of purchaser This...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

4 THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY fOV 30 1909 9 F READ FOR PROFIT WHant Ads Repu 5c b alLi i e USE FOR RESULTS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES THE LEWISLOWE CO INCORPORATED THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE BUSINESS CHANCE OFFICE IN THE STATE OF UTAH tthlrd Floor Judge Bldg Phones 413G IF YOU WILL JUST STOP And reason with yourself for n minute you will quickly see it is to your interest toJ deal with us First we are the only exclusIve BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY firm in Salt Lake City Second we have n Hster who does nothing but hunt bar gains from morning until night Third we examine and guarantee the title to every business we sell and hence protect you against back bills etc Just think it over and your good business judgment will bring you to us The LewisLowe Co Judge Bldg A SUBSTANTIAL MONEY MAKER This 28room transient house is a won der There ate better located houses In Salt Lake City but no better money mak ers Vacant rooms are a past memory The owner showed us a statement of his last mon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

E 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 30 1909 FURNISHINGS FOR COMMERCIAL CLUB Committee Lets Contract for New Home Insuring Artistic Result SCHEME OF DECORATIONS ELABORATE AND BEAUTIFUL DE SIGNS SELECTED After weeks tie dally hours of which han ben spent In the arduous work of honslng and selectIng the committee upon which devolved the work of pro dng Interior decorations and furnish mg for the new Cpmmexclal club build ing yesterday reached their decision anj awarded the contract which will provide for the main furnishing of the t lubs home Th W J Sloane com Jl3ny of New YJfk one of the largest organizatIons In the country will deco rate and fit up the first four floors of the Commercial club building at a cost prire approximating 37600 The re maining two upper floors deyotl1 to bt drooms and the basement will be furnililwd by Salt Lake firms the con tra < ts to 1Je rowarded later The contract awarded yesterday goes through the H Dlnwoodey Furniture ompany of...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

0 THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 30 1909 11 jjl ti it t K M fh 1110 RIA I I II aJ 1 I i I I I rpata I For Infants and Children LO na cTfi ri The Kind You Have wtic c 1cZ Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT tl A p w A geab PrcpararionforAs ao + imilalinglheFoodaJlIRegu1a Bears t h e aouQ Img u Stomachs and owcls of A ail 1 Signature iM MA1 Promotes Digestion hcr uJ of A I ° neSSan1BLCOnailtSneliht ot2 Opiumllorphine nor1iocra1 Qal NOT NARCOTIC f3 h i I rripnIOJ lIllll1l1l j nlroSmd ii I Ixtrwz i i oa L JddleSrlls I n ArntStr + ltuotfll1 J1 tudonolt fk 0 IIMnStrd w > w par l sf c Jtrfrr mr i Use Aperfect Remedy forConsrtpa tlonSourStomachDiarrl1Gc3 co E WormsCOl11l1sionsfcycrish ness arulLoss OF SLEEP F 0 r 0 V e r w00M FacSiuik Signature of a b Years trih = i Thirty 4 r uaranteedundert eFood CASTO RIA Exact of Wrapper Copy THE CENTAUR COY tMT NEW TOile CITY d 1 r i Jk 6 G tv win bp distributed to subscribers during the first 10 days of January J SATURDAY DEC 4t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

C 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 30 1909 j l L Mines and Mining Stocks j BUCK CREEK MINES NEED LEAD STACK Steptoe Lead Copper Com pany Shows Ore of Highest Grade in Camp Guy L Gallagher of Ely who Is con ducting development work in lead prop erUes in the Duck Creek district ten miles north of the Steptoe valley smel ter gives a good account of results which are being obtained The Stepoe Lead Copper company of which A J Davis and W H Tibbals of Salt Lake aro chief owners has ore of the highest grade found in the district he says It runs i 5 per cent lead and 12 ounces in sliver to the ton The company has done no work this year except to keep up its assessment work in good form In the Gallagher group two tunnels are being driven to get depth upon the ledges which make fine shDwlngs at the surface The Bonanza tunnel appears to be nearing the ore while the Banner tunnel has about seventy feet to be run to rtach the objective point At the surface workings we have...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

I I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 30 1909 13 l Financia and Commercial 1 J STOCK MARKET OFF NUMBER OF POINTS Sugar Liquidated Down to 116 1 58 and Coppers Take Another Tumble MANY CAUSES ASSIGNED COMING SESSION OF CONGRESS A CLOUD IN THE SKY I Nnv York Nov 2A struggle against I U frec of reaction was percptible In th stock market speculation today which W 0 ershadowed however by the low png prospect of the appoaohlng se E 1fl of congress and fears of the leglsla t C program on the trust problem Sug g Uons of a reopening of the tariff reo J sn question also had their effect In a tho light oC the Standard Oil decision frUlr procedure In the direction of mbinatons Is made a mater of grave e nslderaton The copper group con tnues to refet most closely the muta tion of feeling on the subject owing to the advanced stage to which the project for a consolidation of copper producers had reached and the apparent contn tamco of efforts to find a way to carry o t the proje...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 November 1909

14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 30 1909 TYPEWRITER MARK NOT CONCLUSIVE Peculiarity of Letter and Pa per Not Enough to Con vict H H Blake The TeeullarlY formed h of a type writ and a certain kind of bond paper were the chief features In convicting Henry H Blake of criminal conspiracy to defraud E A Horne In a trial In the Fourth district court before Judge J E Dooth more than a year ago and like wise these two features were responsi ble for the reversal of Judge Booth by the supreme court yesterday on the ground that the evidence should not hae been admitted The case Is re manded for a new trial Chief Justice D N Straup writes the opinion of the supreme court and the other justlcetl concur The evidence showed that Home re ceived a letter purporting to be from W L Johnson of San Francisco on No v mbcr 2i > Iti In which he was ad vised that Blake lived In Forte Du chesne Utah and owned 6000 shares of the Gallgher Mining company stock The letter told Horne the...

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

S I THE METALS ITi I 14 Silver 510 CHAKCSS to find private Weattr o pttjils are offered to I Pages Copper cathodes l lAo those who can teach Today lead 440 per 100 lbs 1fETEt4ITD iLTIJIiLJN thorough Ute use of the It ada Rain Vol InterMountain 16 No4 Republican SALT LAKECI1Y I UTAH t WEDNESDAY DEC 1 1909 Price J 5 Cent The Salt Lake Herald Vol 158 No4 THIRTEEN RAILWAYS TIED UP I SWITCHMEN BEING ON STRIKE I Hill ROADS IN N TROUBLE From Lake Superior to Puget Sound the Yards of Northern Pacific and Great Northern Roads Have Been Deserted STATEMENT TO PUBLIC ISSUED BY MANAGERS Piesident of the Union Makes Known the Demands of the Men and Both Sides Pre pared for a Long Struggle TRAFFIC AT A STANDSTILL St Paul Minn Nov 30After fifteen days of negotiations between the Switohmens Union of North America and the joint oommittee of railroad managers representing thir teen railroads of the northwest a strike involving 2300 switchmen be came effective at 6 oclock tonight The men are employed b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 December 1909

4 F I Z THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DEC 1 1909 I I I I r BENDERNAGlE MAl PROTECT HIMSElf Declines Act as Goat for American Sugar Refining j Company New York Nov 30James V Bender nagle decline to be mad the goat by > the American Sugar Refining com pany the socalled truat and If the word of his counsel s correctly Inter preted he may testify for the govern ment before the end of hi trial on a barge of defrauding the government by underueighin sugar This development came today when a witness testified that fifteen dollars ome times a little more was what employes of the American Sugar Refin ing company were paid to be crooked And the man who had In some Instances paid this alleged corruption money ac cording to the testimony was Bender nagle one time superintendent of the companys plant in Wllliamaburg Brooklyn In the face of this testimony Bender nagle conferred with his lawyer George W Betttie who in turn made this announcement Mr Bendernagle Is my client h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 December 1909

± c I I HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DEC 1 1909 3 ij I HAPPENINGS IN UTAH TOWNS I Ogden News Office 336 Twentyfifth street CtrcuJatV Department 33 twenty fifth street AREHOUSES ARE RAZED Old Buildings Are Being Removed to Make Room for New Freight Sheds I Special to The HeraldRepublican f Iden Nov lIIWork was started tins morning in the tearing down of the old warehouse of the Fred J Kie lid company the Boyle Furniture impany and the Campbell grocery company on the west side of VaIl ave nif between Twentythird and Twen t fourth streets ta make room for the log freight sheds of the Harriman ime new eight depot now under l instruction The companies have erected new warehouse which they are occupying Th new treight sheds will be 200 yards i It I iigth und will be thoroughly lire I rioif At present the concrete gang eiijiloved on the foundation of the and this rw lepot numbers 50 men ruialtr will be doubled as soon as the CMI warehouses have been removed and BTJ cleare...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 December 1909

r I I U 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DEC 1 1909 Ir I THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBL1CAN The InterMountain Republican Eat Feb 12 1906 The Salt Lako Herald Est June 6 1870 Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Bait Lake City Utah Terms of Subscription DAITY AND SUNDAY One month W cents one year 800 SUNDAYOna year J2CO SEMI WEEKLY in advance One year 15 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former as well as present address All papers are continued until cxplktU order is recelYed to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid In every case a THE RELIGION OF THE t FUTURE Whatever is of benefit to the people has a claim on the columns of The Her aldRepublican Here is a little book called The Re ligion of the Future It fa the tectu of Charles W Eliot for forty yea president of Harvard university It is an expression of his Idea of the new relief n And yet the celebrated au thor himself declares the truths he ad vances are not new In speaki...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 December 1909

1li i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DEC 1 1909 5 l SOCIETY I TODAYS EVENTS 4 Mr and Mrs W Edward Fife + w will entertain a large number of < < v their friends this evening at Unity < 3 > < f hall at a reception dance given in 0 v compliment to their guest Miae 0 < S > Mlsa Miller of San Francisco < > < s > 4 4 Mrs Thomas Marioneaux and < t > Mrs George W Snow will be the i 4 hostesses this afternoon at a bridge 4 i tea given at the home of the lat < ter liCD South Ninth East streetS v E < s < S > The Utopia Card club will meet < S > < i this afternoon with Mrs W F 3 < e > Beer at her home in B street 4 4 v 4 The Cleofan will meet this after < U noon with Mrs William D Riter 4 4 in D street < s 4 4 > f There will be a special meeting 4 N held this morning of St Marks < s > < s Hopsital association at the Y M G < > C A at 1030 for the purpose of 4 v making final arangemcnts f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 December 1909

I I 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DEC 1 1909 fiNANCIAl PORTION Of MESSAGE WRITTEN I Session of the Cabinet in WMoh the Matter Was Thoroughly I Discussed w ington Xo OThe financial Ij i iiin of the pi evident s message has h i fT < < mni > leted It was taken up at 4 It JiRth at todays session of the lion < Thf Panama canal bond aitu 1 11 nd other features engaged close 4 I t n < I4y4 official figures show an actual v UIMK Miami in the treasury of u > MI though the total balance in f c gfli1 i ii fun which include this v ikmp 1 balaive the balance tit bank fJ 1 lit I liilanct in the treaiun of the i nrrse islaJds is placed at S2itf 14 dLy > excess if all disburse U V > ail receipts is 252747 and the of all diuursementB otr all iTi so far this fiscal year IH 41 i us agauiM 4772399 for the r Ion Mod In tilt > pi vlous fiscal year i tiri reveiiUs receipts are boom Lih j Mwif than JJoitOOOOO for the i i > IK Iiai yar is expected from th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 December 1909

I iHfc HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DEC 1 1909 7 Whats What in Sports AT llOBKEN TheSportmgAothority Ic All i the Time PROMOTERS BATTLE HOB TODAY ThesS f Lake 1 BRIGHT OUTLOOK FOR NEW TRACK I Juarez Opens Today With a Good Card Sundays to See Best Stakes fiudad Juarez Mexico Nov 30The new racing plant of the town jockey club of Juare which will be thrown open to the public for the first time tomorrow gives promise of being a great success With the exception of tp lew finishing touches which can be completed ii a few days the race course is up to date and equal to any on the New York circuit The manage ment has spared no expense in making It possible for the people of the south WttH and the nearby republic of Mex ico to witness highclass racing Wit outlay on the buildings and the KDands have exceeded 4UO000 and When the contemplated clubhouse is flnlahed it is estimated that the figures will come close to the half million dol lar mark Th feature of the winter race m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 December 1909

Iis 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DEC 1 1909 I Woodmen of the World Official Will Make Address at Big Rally I r I I 4 1 11 B OAK Head Consul of Woodmen of the World I 7 Boak head oonsul of the Wood TI m of the World arrived in Salt Lake < ary this morning coming from Den rr to visit the Utah camps of Wood TDFp Mr Boak expected to reach Salt lake eavly in the evening and plans j id been made for a visit to the food wvJ industrial exposition but his train 1 wi3 delayed until after midnight and in Tv 3 met by a few officers of the lo < 1 camp including Eber W Hall and C i Lt Blair and quietly conducted to J Injtel I FAS Jiave been made for a rally of Woodmen of the World at the ar mory in Pierpont street tonight and the head consul will deliver an address after the initiation of a large class Thursday Mr Boak will visit Ogden and a demonstration will be given in his honor by the members of the order in that city The head consul of the Woodmen of the World has ma...

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