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

i i F r 4 I 16 THE METALS L 4 CHANCES to find private Weather Silver Siy Mlpill are offered to ¼ Copper cathodes 13V4c those wfe can teach Today I Pages FBLN through the use of the lead iji 440 per 100 lbs Wl1tt ail SHOW U Yol rMountain 16 No 6 Republican u SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 Price 5 c The Salt Lake Vol 158 Herald X TEX RICKARD SECURES GREAT FIGHT AND I HE WILL I GIVE SALT LAKE FIRST CHANCE WORD IS SENT TO THIS CITY Successful Bidder Declares Salt Lake Shall Have First Chance to Secure Greatest Prize Fight Ever Promoted RICKARD APPARENTLY IS IN EARNEST ABOUT IT San Ffancisco Seems Confi dent Rickard Must Bring Fight There but Nevada Man Says Salt Lake First 1J BIDDERS IN AN ARGUMENT i FROM W D RISHEL Former Sporting Editor of the Salt lake Herald New York Dec 2Say for me that I have landed the JeffriesJohn son fight in competition with all the leading promoters of the world The fight will be one of the greatest ad vertisements any city ever had and it will bring t...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

I ii I 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 > c FORESTS UTIliZED z 3 I 3IN BY UTAH STOCKMEN Over OneFourth of Cattle and Sheep Grazed Under Gov ernment Permit USE OF THE MANTI RANGE STOCK GROWERS COOPERATING WITH FORESTRY OFFICIALS Reports on the national forest business fr last jvur show that 4449 cattle and Ts3 permits and 1283 sheep permits Tcre issued allowing the gracing of 118 iYt head of cattle 6799 horses and 905446 shicjj in Ltrth Acepthiff the last yearbook issued by tt department of agriculture as an au > > rity this mans that nearly twenty iiiM per < vnt or all the cattle over five r cent of all the horses and mules and twentynine per cent of all the sheep iviud In Itili on January 1 1SW were I TVovided with range upon the national i forests of this states during the period Iitntione u L u L in connection wiin uieae pnvueges > OLD r special lIe of government land were iiliwed T1iv suoh privileges were essen tial to a irnper control ...

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

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 3 I NEWS OF UTAH AND ADJOINING STATES 1 Ogden News I Office336 Twentyfifth street Circulation Department 336 twenty fifth street HARRIMANS SUCCESSOR IS INSPECTING LINES Robert S lovett and Party Will Be Entertained at the Weber Club Special to The HeraWRepublican Ogden Dee 2Robert S Lovett suc Ossor t > Edward H Harriman will ar rive in ogden at 10 oclock tomorrow morning from the west With Judge Iovett mill be Julius Kruttschnltt dlrect < r of maintenance and operation J C Siuhba tiaffip director K O McCor nuck assistant traffic director and E E Stillnian of the New York offices of the liiimman lines While here Judge Loett and party hi1l be the guests of the Weber club and aside from his inspection of the Ogden of fices will probably be entertained for several liuis by prominent citlaens This is the Initial trip of Mr Lovett as presi dent of th nlon Pacific and Southern Iaiiflc railroads and much significance i a atta...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

w i liiJk4 p 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 c THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN The IntcrMountnln Republican Est Feb 12 1906 The Salt hake Herald Est June 6 1870 r Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah Term of Subscription I DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month T6 tints one year 890 STNDAYOne year UOO SEMI WEEKLY In advance On year 150 six month 75 cents > Subscribers wishing addreee of paper changed must give former as well as present address All papers are continued until explloU order Is received to discontinue All ar t i must be paid In every case I DAVY CROCKETTS ADVICE Evidently the administration at Wash i gton has followed Davy Crocketts advice They Ant found out the facts in the case of the two Americana who were killed after tortureby order of President Zelaya of the Nicaraguan re public And having found they were right the representatives of the Amer ican government have gone ahead If the young men had stood on their ftvn responsibility...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 I ii dIEfiI 1 TODAYS EVENTS The allabsorbing event In o < leo is the annual charity ball un < J > t > tier the auspices of St Marks HOE 4 pital association which occurs this < evening at the Odeon The event 4 > > will probably eclipse all former at e forts and especial attention has 3 been given by the committees in 4 w charge to every detail that goes to < > > ward making the affair a perfect < S success < i < For all there have been 8 large 4 c > number of tickets sold it is stated 0 > that there will be better aceom I i > modatfous for those who so to look I < on than at similar occasions in < < years past The gallery will be Q < available for seats and there will I 3 > < > be accommodatfona in the way of 4 < seating capacity on the lower floor I The Odeon dancing hall ha been 4 < > renovated and improved and will I be more attractive than ever ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

I i 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 WOMAN ACCUSED BY HUSBANDS SISTER I Mrs L B Doxey of Columbus iI I i Neb Under Arrest on Murder Charge VICTIMS SUDDEN DEATH BODYEXHUMED AND PRESENCE OF POISON DISCOVERED St Louis Mo Dee 2 After weeks of labor and mainly through her own Individual efforts Miss Kate Erder W1OP brothor William J Erder died uddenly here last July has apparently succeeded m bringing to trial Erders foimer wife now Mrs L B Doxey on t i harge of murder A report to the coroner of St Louis by Dr William Warren of Washington university today bhoued that the chem 1al analysis of the viscera of Erder es tablished tilt presence of arsenic in th ill organ Based upon this an in irmation charging murder has been isued by Circuit Attorney Jones of St L mis against Mrs L B Doxey of ro Jumbus Neb who was Erders wife at the time of his death Mrs Doxey was arrested in Colum bus last night at the request of Prose cuting Attorney Shackleford of St Iouis count...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

tHEHERALDREPUBLICA SAtW CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 31909 1 ir BOTHSIDi S T PROFESS TO BE CERTAIN Oontinuod from page one d twy come and we are moving a large amount of package freight In a week the public will not know that there Is a eirike Men Being Imported Between 2Du and 300 men arrived today fiom Chicago and were distributed in tit Paul Minneapolis and Duluth Railway managers claim they caa get plenty of nun to take the places of awitchmen aid that some maw oa hand are experienced in the work Some will b placed at work in the yards aDd others will act as guards Five switch engines were working in the Union depot yards early today and others were xpcted to be put in commission when needed According to a statement ued by Third Vice President Sla < le of the Northern Pacific two coa trains were moving today between Duluth and St Paul and four trains of grain and miscellaneous freight Yo ere moved into Wtc frg v 1F en k j practically all lines Some St Paul wholesale grocers report td...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

= r = zr t I 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 I L BABY SHOW WILL ECLIPSE OTHERS Manager Tremp at Food Show Will Give Many Fine Presents WEATHER MAN is UNRULY CLOSING DAYS OF EXPOSITION WILL BE MADE INTERESTING If the baby allow today at the Food and industrial exposition is not a success It will be the weather merchant who is to j name and not the > retailers ot pure foods designed especially for the babes and the active management which has got together orr a score of handsome resens as a good will towards the llttl oiks Of course u i i > just probable that then vil bo had w itlur today tou had In whkil to bring th babies out and if that Is the rasa thp fond mother may place at Managtr A A Tremp Although it all against though h has don what might be sa t be everything possible to insure tin su < i I es 8 of the baby show he erred Ir I fct urn the weather man In an ugly mooc list night Although Old Prob repeat tII > assured Manager Tremi time ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

T T1r1 1 REAL ESTATE MINES t CLASSIFIED FIflKALD RLpiJBLTCM MARKETS PART TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 PAGES 1 TO 8 Whats What in Sports TheSporting Authority II I All I the Time I RICKARD SAYS ITS UP TO SALT LAKE of Salt Lake I UTAH TRACK MEN GlVN SWEATERS All Teams Now Provided for Students to Work on Ath letic Field I At the meeting of the university ath I tic i council held Thursday afternoon the track team of the year was awarded sweaters The order for the sweater will bp sent in as soon as the committee 0t til council ilecides upon the size of the r I which will be allowed According to tIP student body constitution tae track IIIHU are allowed to wear a ftveinofc It fciid the numbers of the football quad an I eightInch I The athletic council liuWfver 6iic they are the ones who J ty Y for the sweaters have decided to tikp the matter into their own handR and tn ile i upon the size of the U whloh the syeral athletic teams will be allowed to wear This is the first time ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

I 2 + HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 I Mines and Mining Stocks I CHIEF CON MINE I MAY BE IMMENSE Manager Fitch Confident He Is in Characteristic Tintic Ore Zone MAKES NICE PRODUCTION NET ARMINGS OF 30 MO A MONTH APPEAR ASSURED As a result of a relatively short term devoted to exploratory and development work and with very little having been I said about It the Chief Consolidated com I pany has opened a mine in Tintir district I which promises to take its place In the I class of such famous producers as Cen tennial Eureka Mammoth and Grand Central The company entered upon its moneyearning period In October the net earnings for that month having been fWO Shipments for November for which re turns have been received indicate that the net earnings for that month will be between 25000 and IS 000 In a recent letter to the eastern head quarters of his company President Wal ter Fitch said The store from which the ore Is corn ing is practically as good as ever and I th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 m F l Financial and Corn merciI < 01 > RAILWAY MERGERS I GIVEN A HENTION Wall Street Speculators Look Askance at Some of the Recent Deals SOME FEARS OF REACTION REPORT FROM WASHINGTON HAS DISTURBING EFFECT Nw York Dec Speculative atten b on was die from the main current d affairs in the stock market today In P I byechannels having to do with sp tial developments in corn and the grain markets in general Todays announcement from the Lehlgh Valley of the coming entry into its di > < Curate of the dominant powers in the Hock Island company afforded light In o direction which the readjustment was taking The new forces in Lehigh Valley SVt n at s in1 pains to disclaim any In fivst i in Vabash which has been influ ued for everal days by an assumption 1lc init it wa to 01 into the plans for the iliectlun of Ligl Valley The suppo fiitr regarding the deal pointed as an altt rnatlve to the Delaware Lackawanna outlet for t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

L t ± S 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN J SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 oiin m D m m e m mD mmmmmmmmmmm BOTH STORES SALE AT DESKYS 205 BOTH S Main STORES Street Cloth iing Sale Ever Held Ofl iS tso The Greatest I = CLOS E D Annex 10 E Second So g Salt Lake City I S FRIDAY at Any Time Since Te Ime B egan 1 I DECI3 I ttEN Begins aturda I PREPARING FOR 1 THIS GREAT SALE T m UPI Morning Dec 4t m iim At 9 oclock sharp m t IE II m m IIft m iii L3d ft I Coia ssaI Sale 9 a JOL Of Suits Overcoats and Trouser U I > f > Wt p L r 1 u f 4 cru t I A SALE that appeals broadly to this entire community as the entire brotherhood II mankind is benefited NOT A GARMENT EXCLUDEDTHE GOODT BETTERTHE BESTALL SHARE THE SAME FATE Yesterday the price ft asked assured us a fair profit although they were far less than quoted by any clothing h II in Utah Today they are less than actual cost to manufacture o IT IS THE MOST MERCILESS AND MOST ASTOUNDING BUTCHERING OF PRICES THAT EVER DUMBFOUNDED THE PEOPLE OF ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

T ± THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 5 r m n 8mm m m mem ti i S m mmn mmmmmmmmmfi1m iSISI I BOTH STORES SALE AT DESKFS S 205 BOTH S Main STORES dtSo Deskys Colossal I I CLOSED Annex 10 t Second So I Salt Lake City FRIDAY Sale of Gents DEC 3 NfTN Fu II I nIsI PREPARING FOR 1 THIS GREAT SAKE TIOI I Hats Jmbreila Slut Cases and other U seful c < 0 articles for M ien Young Men and B oys 4 STARTS SATURDAY MORNING I I Dec 4th at 9 oclock sharp a El ° r HIS Daring Sale like a bugle call summons the thrifty from allover the State Its an event to electrify all lovers of bonafide bar m gains and this shall be must be and will be pronounced the greatest sale in the hiStory of this well known establishment No matter what the loss the com Q mand has gone forth to FORCE OUT THE ENTIRE STOCK AND LET I r i1 THE PROFITS GO TO THE WINDS therefore Saturday Morning Dec 4th I 7 at 9 oclock sharp a gigantic downfall of prices starts the movement which I muSt be swift certain ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

± 6 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 Additional Sports i L D S FIVE TO PLAY WITH COLLEGE TEAMS K K Steffenaen chairman of the ath letic board of the L D S university announced yesterday that the report that i hi L D S basketball team would play in the high school class was unwarranted ami that tin Saints would take part In tiie collegiate schedule aw already planned W V hav a fast team and lots of In irrest in the game said Mr Steffensen Ve fed well able as in the past to hold our own in the collegiate class and in 1 certainly going to stay with the in lerrollegiatt schedule aa planned An indication of the speed of the school five was shown yesterday when the first team won from a picked five 7 to The picked five was made up of the best men on the class teams wldeh has just completed their hedule The showing made by th first team ritly piised Coach Taylor and the stu nts at large Th men now playing on th first team of whom Lund is the only veteran are Lund and...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

L I I i THE HERALDREPUBLIGAN SALTLAKE CITY U HFRDAYJ DEC 3f 1909 7 ileraMRepublican i RESULTS i READ FOR PROFIT ant Ads 5c a One p USE FOR L FOR SALE BEAL ESTATE > F C UNDER OUT PLAN YOU CAN OWN a home by making a maM ett payment and the Balance m easy athir Install jnents Ufce rent TIlE FINE RESnJBKCE PROPERTY listed below may b purchased from us or from any ftratctan real estate dealer in the city ON TENTH AVEWDB BETWEEN E and F streets five and sixroom modern lungalows I no two alike efmplete plumb ing fitted for furnace Price 3500 to oo CORNER NINTH AVENUE AND C etreet four twostory pressed brick houses modern plumbing Lot water heat gas and electric lights Prices 75DO te 8500 NORTHWEST CORNER SEVENTH avenue and M street sevenroom two tOry pressed brick stone foundation dwelling reception hall large front porch modern plumbing and furnace Lot Ifli ft by 130 ft Price 5750 NO 5C9 NINTH AVENUE SIRQOM pressed brick stone foundation jnishion finish mission fireplace te room large ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 December 1909

8 fc THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909 u AllOWS FAPSERS F TO BUTCHlm HOGS Veterinarian Modifies Rule Concerning Inspection of Meat Sentto Sat Lake I i n the future farmers wBI be allowed t lighter hogs themsel yes and then 1K them to the city inspector at the iiMrr hou > for inspection These 01 i r were if vu il by J W Treman city 1 111111 Ian t < > all of the m at insrxcxnrs drtlay and vlil removE I one of the jd i rotest against the i ifRUlatrlona > 11 Lave I Liistd a serious inc uvin I and los uf inonej to the farmers i r i the mat inspection JMCIU all i li ul to tn butchered ai one of the u d slaughter houses or they could J 1 sold in halt Lake It tosi the i nn about J 1 a head to ha e this done n iti < willing to have the meat in i l > d bftoii citf < nng it fo r salt in the i Init did not take kindly to the added f of Maugnt r house charges All till trrxrs will liuf t 1 do nou is to leave C n u of the vttal organs li I then nat Ul ...

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

I 18 1 I THE METALS I CHANGES to find private Weather Silver 51o pupils are offered to < Copper eathoSes 13140 those who can teach Today IN Pages11rETRL1TD AtY1IPUBhILfTcALN2 through the use of the i lead 440 per 100 Ibs want ads I ClOUdy IterMountair ol l 6 No 7 Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 Price 5 Cents The Bait Lake Vol 158 HeraI No I INSURANCE COMPANIES WILL I REFUSE TO HONOR POLICIES MYSTERY Of SNfAD CASE Unfortunate Young Woman Who Was Found Dead in a Bathtub Victim of Hypno tism and Starvation FORTUNE LEFT BY HER FATHER DISAPPEARED Husband Cannot Be Located 1 but the Police Believe He Is Living Aunt Accused of Murder Remains Mute WHAT HER LETTERS SHOW New York Dec 3The three great companies in which Mrs Ocey Wardlaw Martin Snead held life in surance for more than 30000 an nounced today that they would re fuse to honor the policies until it had been proved that the body of the halfstarved young woman found in the bathtub of an unfurnished house in East...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

I t i 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 CLOSES THE DEAL FOR NEW THEATRE One of Finest Playhou3es to West of Chicago for Salt Lake City BEST STARS WILL PLAY WILLIA MORRIS WILL BRING HARRY LAUDER HERE As forecasted exclusively In The HeraldRepublican yesterday morning a deal was consummated mat night by which a new theatre costing a tiuarter of a million dollars will be erected at the southwest corner of State street and Exchange place The theatre will be built for William Morris and will become a tilgn class vaudeville house In a few days the American Music Hall company of Utah will file its articles of corporation and that company will control the new theater Samuel Newhouse with whom the deal was made owns the ground upon which the theatre will be built The site has a frontage on State street ui ninetysix feet and on Exchange place of 195 feet Mr Newhouse leases the site and the new building for twenty five years to the new company and tie is Interested...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

I I 1 HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 3 I j A SALT LAKE BOOSTER LOSE attention to the market for CLOSE ks and bonds of local indus trial and financial institution for th last sixteen years ana Jntetost in real estate and building companies has made John C CntUi I ir a booster for Salt Lakf twentjriur nois of e el ry day In addition to his tniiiiiesr H > a steck broker making a epeclalitj n local securities Mr Cut Ip1 I is vice president of Zion OOOD ftdtie Hone Building and Real Estate ornpany anil a cireeto n Zions r > cn ot fit Buiioiit iiociety an inatit itio i V Uch L has Inillt fore than IGoO homes ji alt Lake in recent years The i tanking feature about the bas mess institutions of Salt Ixike a well as the financial institutions n the form of stoCk oonpanles is that prac than every ore has paiu cmiuerrts 10 stockholders from the tate or or ganIzation eald Mr Cutler yeztera This indicates the strong position i f flip business Irterests of Utah whic...

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

t 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 THE SALT LAKE liERALDREPUBLICAN g The interMountain Republican 1 Bat Feb 13 1906 Ii The Salt Lake Herald Bst June 6 1570 Only Republican Daily Newspaper la Salt Lake City Utah Term of Subscription i DAILY AND SUNDAY One month 71 cents one year JSOO SUNDAYOne year MOO SEMI WEEKLY in advance One year 180 six month 75 cents Subscribers winding address of paper changed must give former as well aa present address All papers are continued until explhit order is received to dUoontiiiu All ar rearages must be paid In every caR r r SUPPOSE YOU WERE A STREET CAR COMPANY Ever try that If you were you would want pay for every passenger carried wouldnt you Well so does the street car company You see they base their calculations as to whether or not they can conduct I the business on the average number I of separate persons who will ride on a certain ear in a certain time They gift their transfers on the basis of a certain per cent ...

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