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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 5 I SOCIETY 1 TODAYS EVENTS Mr William D Foster and Mlw 4 Annie Adams will entertain thin 4 > afternoon at a bridge tea the third 4 < in a series of similar affairs given S itnin the week at the A L 4 4 Thomas home In B street This 1o afternoon Mrs B M White of Colorado who Is the guest pf her < mother Mr L A Billings will 9 be the honored guest 4 4 Mrs Alonzo B Irvine will be one 4 4 of the hostesses of the afternoon v when MK wilt entertain at a MO > party at her home v > An Orpheum party will be glv 4 4 t M this afternoon by Miss Naomi 4 Hoffman in honor of Miss Olive 4 9 Wall who leaves next week with 9 I in r parents for a trip abroad 4 v 9 The P E O society will meet 9 > this afternoon with the Misses Pal 4 mer 503 First avenue v vvv v v vvvvvv i me of the pretty social events of Fri u > av afternoon was the luncheon which v is given by Miss Merc Lewis for flf ffn of her girl friends The luncheon...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 S CROOKS SEEK RICH H HOLIDAY HARVEST New York Filled With Grafters and Swindlers of All Descriptions I TITLED PAUPERS GET LEFT POSSIBILITY OF ROOSEVELT BE COMING GOVERNOR AGAIN New York Dec Although Christ mas is still more than three weeks dis tant th < annual influx of grafters v hirh the holiday reason always brings td Now York has already grown to such proportions that the police are at their wits ends in their endeavors to protect from all sorts of swindling schemes the pocketbooks which keep Santa Claus in business From every part of the coun try slick beggars fake solicitors and thieves lit all kinds flock to this city which is recognized as the panhandlers paradise during the preChristmas pe riod Not only the police but societies organized to prevent charitable Impos tures as well find their hands more than full In dealing jiith this gentry New York at Christmas time is always the Mecca of the members of the u...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

i I 1 tHE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 41909 1 F Whats All l What the Time ia Sports SALT LAKE AND FRISCO NOW RIVALS TheSfHHlinf of Salt Authority Lake 1 YOUNGSTER WINS BILLIARD TITLE Demarest of Chicago Walks Away From Sutton in Final New York Dec I Calvin Demarest of Chicago won the final game and the cnampionship tonight defeating George Sutton of Chicago in the worlds profes sional seiie at 182 balkline billiard by 500 to 78 in the fourteenth inning Demurest won the bank and blanked Sutton made four and missed an easy one Demarest took 47 and Sutton res ponded with another blank Sutton was visibly nervous and could not get down to his game In the following Inning his count of a was the highest run of the game Demarobt had to accept two zeros hut took tlum uncopcernedly and in his eighth inning began a slashing run of 117 1 HP played with what seemed reckless rapidity but the precision of his control showed in the accuracy with which ohe balls tippt 1 in and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 8 I t LOCAL SECURITIES of 1 feature r Adv iroa in prices fr lca1 induria recGtir s tinancial iuive been review a Tor the j I tie vecK accur < itiK to J i ivti r 1 r in M > figures The firm I work says ° Our local I sr urn ie s an in good demand at have caused a de t snlt lidiil runs being made iy the several sugar factories of the bank stocks number inai ii for the < preferred suxar stock Quit a i and liomls show iidvances In price stocks preferred sugar Mr Cutler said yesUrdav that the demand CI dais offered at last week liid cleaned the market of al securities of that ut d in rt to jbe > neral of toe markct he fcttrlbutjd part J lations The general strength a the in tha near future and dividends h > se paid in 1 regarding special 1 1 ma current Iie approach of the regular dividend perod bavd on actual sales and the opln Following are the latest quotations ions af brokers DIVIDENDS ig k SEClIITIES Capital...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 9 I Will BE GOOD IF IFSTAY WIFE WilL STAY Husband Promises to Quit Drinking and to Earn All He Can I will do anything in the world to bring this unpleasant matter to a close pleaded Colin Edward Stokes before Judge C W Morse in the Thud district court yesterday when his Wife Hannah Louisa Stokes had finish < 1 her effort to obtain a divorce from him 1 will promise to YOU and all oth ers lu this court room said Stott that I will never touch another drop of liquor tad that I will never enter i I I the doors of a saloon again A jJ a lean I promise ph er again to touch i liquor and will drifcwhat I can to sup port my wife Stokes a cripple pleaded biB own de fense His wife janitress in ha Walker hank building said she had supported him for years and that he would do nothing for himself He was Injured in 181t1 by a street car JIi right leg was amputated just below the knee The wit added that entry time he got money he spent i...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 II I NEWS OF UTAH AND SURROUNDING STATES I I Ogden News I Office 336 Twentyfifth street Circulation Department 336 twenty fifth street Springvittes New High School I i Building Is Formally Opened i I f 4 J t t > t r r r lItfI i j I I I om i 1 t + d II I I 1 1 U BKr fc fetef1 fcmjft X > v t < < < V3T jw y < > + TTftMat f njjlL fe ayw8 yw o Sai Springville High School Special to Tle HeraldRepublican Spnngville IM SpringvilleB new High school building WPS Inspected to nIght by a cnmd of more than MO per sons who gathfrvd to attend the ex tr ises of dedication and the formal penmg of the building The dedicatory prayer was offered by L E Eggertsen runty superintendent of schools for Weber county and the flrt principal i if the > Springvllle High school The ex erclres were conducted by N H Pack rj Chairman of the local school board TIle High school chorus 01 120 voices tuk part In the ceremony singing ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 IT J I c MINING lAW IS NOT HUH li BILL I Unsatisfactory Conditions Un der Which Oil Lands Have to Be Entered QUESTION FOR CONGRESS STATEMENT GIVEN OUT BY DR HAYES CHIEF GEOLOGIST Washington D C Dec SIn con nection with the recent action of the administration in withdrawing from en try over SOMOM acres of public pe troleum lands in California Wyoming Utah and Oregon the following state ment IB given out by Dr C W Hayes chief geologist of the United States geo logical survey To remedy the present unsatisfacto ry conditions by which public oil lands have to be entered under a law framed primarily to provide for placer gold mining entries It is generally admitted by those Interested in the economical development of oil lands that a radical revision of the American mining law is necessary Anticipating that congress will cognize and meet this evident need tu secretary of the interior has withdrawn from all forma of entry all vac...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 I 1 HOLDS UP BRIGHAM STREET PHARMACY Robber Pretends to Be in Pain and Dispels Clerks Suspicions SUDDENLY DRAWS A GUN COWS EMPLOYES BUT GETS ONLY SMALL SUM I intf into the Brlghamatnet phar r l and South Temple streets at oclock last night with arms v IIHd about his stomach aa though ting t intens pain a young highway d Htilenly thanked his pod and with kilning speU pointed a revolver In the of R H Niliien prescription clerk LI ring him to throw up hi > hand Hn 1 ritrk lit tin soda fountain L H i il 1g ir attemptil to dash nn of the iimncy but the holdup man quickly i 1 > i l1t d him ami after explaining that be u taking OIK hitnces walked to the tia fountain rasli register lUll tried to > i 1 tilt till I failed td pen at first Then he 1 I r JH i his fisi down on all the keys and 1 1 tin cash drawer optii Finding t it Iontaiiird hut a few dollars he Lan to show signs of rervouwuess and aavS > stumblu to the ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

J I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SEMIWEEKLY SALT LAKE DECEMBER 3 1909 13 WITNESS IS PUT THROUGH ORDEAl Judge in Divorce Court Springs a Surprise in a Case Be fore Him LETTERS ARE PRODUCED FRED HERMANN MAY YET BE CHARGED WITH PERJURY Fred Hermann m bartender at Hotel Wilson was put through an ordeal by Judge C W Morse yesterday that came near landing him behind the bars of the county jail on a charge of per jury As It was Hermann stuck to the same story and Judge Morse will call the matter to the attention of the coun ty attorneys office to have a warrant issued for the bartender charging per jury Hermann had brought suit against his wife Kate Hermann for divorce charging her with having deserted him In July 1908 They wrte married in Cleveland 0 on July 6 190 In the flies of the suit Hermann had sworn that he did nut know definitely where Ills wife had gone but that his latest information was that she was in Spo kane So the service of summons showed that the notice had been print ed in Spoka...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

I 1 I 14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 m Mines and Mining Stocks j BRUNEAU STRIKE f INTERESTS IDAHO Towns on Southern Border of State Excited Over Glow ing Accounts Great nterest on the part of southern Idaho people in the rich gold finds on Bruneau creek near the NevadaIdaho bit is reported by E A Paddock who IB in the city from Weiser The only fea ture of the reports concerning the new 11 itId which excites suspicion is that they appear to be too good to be true but with due allowance for overenthusiasm there ft ould seem to be good grounds for the in ttKst that has been excited The coming on of wter has held in check the threat ened rush for the oamp but a great deal of activity in the spring is looked for Mr Paddock has been having examined for friends in the east the property of the Asset Gold Mining company near Jeffer sou Mont In the property is a vy large body of ore which shows good values In liaid silver and gold A dozen carloads of th produc...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

± li THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CTY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 15 u = I j Financial and commercialj i IL I PRICES OF STOCKS 1 4 I SHOOTING UPWARD Wall Street Has No Fears of Radical Recommendations in Taft Message STRIKE NEWS FAVORABLE ALTOGETHER SITUATION IS RE GARDED AS ENCOURAGING 7s 1 IV York Dec 3 Prices of stocks tuifil 1 upward today without any well del iii a explanation for the reversal of yei riiajs course The influences in the m kt weie for the most part denials I < > f uSMitioua current yesterday which i a i i a 1 prucs to dfilmc or renewed as te Ii i mils of changes in the course of f Jt i Which were depressing the market > c iiidav Reports weif circulate that th sWitchmen atnke in the northwest h iot destined to a long continuance I L l it in the day came a report from Cht I ottfo that it had lwn settled The hope I fM Teeline over thi relieved the market fi u < on = iderable pressure this labor d tS > I S Ie I break in relations in s pr haM involved a ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

I i 16 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 STOlE BUT GOES fREE Court Gives Yoath Opjwrtanity to Repay Money He Took to Aid Friekds The fan that a man Ia s taken money that doeFnt 1Jt long to him doesnt prove that h is a criminal and 1 want the chance to show this court that what I am saying is true said Jack Sexton in jMlic court yesterday afternoon after pleading guilty to th theft of 8 from H rooiii in the Elk hotel where he had I bn employed I Srxton told how he had taken the non I N and all he did It because two of his liiftijg 1 iiKifMl something to eat He suc i ileo in ionviiKmg thv court of his sin ctrlty and was Riven fifteen das to show th4 good intentions 1 1 dont Ixlive that every man who takes monov is a criminal hut if he can not make good after being given a chance in do s he > > getting pretty close to te dead lino said Judge Bowman You iiavr fifteen days and in that tim you iiist I mait jjood the money stolen and shrw the court that you...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 17 I READ 1 FOR PROFIT Want Herald Ads Republican 5c a i Line USE FOR RESULTS I FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SAIB G and see those two email cottages between 9th and 10th South on W t TWaple than IGM and see me PrIM SLUG eaM W L Grelner 319 Jwlge BMg w > FOR SALB o UNDBR OUR PLAN YOU CAN OWN a hoiM by BMktex a mwll Bay1 and the balance f a wwy nMtMy Install l ments like rent THE FINE RBBEDBWCB PROPBRTT listed below mar be pttrebaMd from MB or from any firsteta rml Mints dealer in the city ON TBNTH AVENUE BETWEEN B and F streets five and sixroom modern bungalows no two alike complete dumb injr fitted for furnace Price 33590 to 4000 CORNER NINTH AVENUE AND C street tour twostory uiessed brlek house modem plumbing hot water heat gas and electric lights Prices TJN to tSHO NORTHWEST CORNER SEVENTH avenue and M street sevenroom two story pressed brick stone foundation dwelling reception hall law front porefe modern plumbing and ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 4 December 1909

18 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 > MORAN PICKS DAGRON CITY NAMES DOREMUS i Two Members of Arbitration Board Selected to Settle Contract Dispute t L Dagron civil engineer for the Ttah Light Railway company hu been chosen by P J Moran as his represent ative on the board of arbitration of his claim for 204067 for the repair of the wooden stay outlet pipe The city has I chosen A F Doremus who is now em j > loed in sinrial work for the city in cunnec lion with the water Suits Flank < iowans acting for Mr Moran rtceivwl the acceptance yesterday of Mi Uigroii to serve upon the board to in MstiKite the claim Tin morning Mr wars will sign the arbitration agree ment between the city and P J Moran I hlx was > ignod yesterday In T R Black fI1i R mayor after being drawn up by 1hr dty ttorne It is Iruhali K that these two members of Hi oinnnttce will get together today III ileii > upon the third member ahd tM i the work will begin to find out just xOi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 December 1909

48 THE METALS 1SATIT 1 GKUVCE8 to find print Weather Silver 51i4o I papih are offered to P ages Copper cathodes 1340 HflD tiwe who can teach Ty i Lead 140 per 100 Ibs Effi1J I I waat Fair I InterMountain Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY DEC 5 1909 Vol 16 No 8 N l r Bt Th felt Lake Herald VoL IB No a I SUFFRAGISTS MAKE TROUBLE I FOR GREAT BRITAIN LIBERALS DETERMINED TO Of HEARD Members of Militant Sister hood Climb to Roof of Build ing and Shout Through Sky light at Winston Churchill THROW BRICKS WHEN CHARGED BY POUCE Political Campaign Is in Full Swing in Great Britain Chamberlain III and His Seat Will Not Be Contested MONSTER DEMONSTRATION i london Dec 4Great Britain is immersed in the political campaign which has been inaugurated by the refusal of the house of lords to con sent to the budget The country is divided into two great camps composed of those who support the action of the lords and those who contend that the house of commons must have absolute control or the finance...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 December 1909

Ji 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY DEC 51909 JAPS IN fiGHT ABOUt VAR OF CHINESE TONGS Knives and Briokb ts Usedin VLhat Is likely to Be l Fatal Affray Complications likely to become of in I ternational significance among the ori ental inhabitants of Salt Latoe aress yes ti > relay morning in Plum alter wMLMht Japanese became involved in a 5 ot ds < ussion o f the tong war among tue Chin nes Knivea were drawn to iUiutrate ih > methods of the Chinese highbinders 01 when Patrolmen Harold Sleater and 1 JI Crowther arrived at the scene of t Y Kawaka who had expressad idVH for the Yee family was upon the grund btoedthg from half a Uosea knife vOuada Three other Jape O Okaa Y Kaaokl tvi u had used a brick and C Heiwda Wlr placed under arrest the three haar ui been slightly wounded during the air fray Kawaka waa removed to the emer p nry hospital and later sent to 9t Larks hospital where it was stated yea Itrday afternoon that his chances tor reo cury were doubtfu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 December 1909

w rijE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAYC 5 1909 I F NEWS OF UTAH AND ADJOINING STATESJ I Ogden News Office 336 Twentyflfth street Circulation Department 536 twenty fifth street SAMUEL NEWHOUSE WILL BUilD OGDEN THEATRE Salt Lake Magnate En Route to Paris Promises > to Erect a Pine Playhouse pedat to Tbe H rMBei > wWlean O9d n Dec 4Samuel Newheuae Is to built A theater in Ggden for the William Mqrri dnul In a hurried Interview at thS Union depot this afternoon Mr New houae m < iUt the announcement while waiting for his train to pull out for the I cast the mining magnaU being bound lor Pdis vilure his brother Mott New I lou e ib rprted to bj rljing The pronoatil Ogden thiater was pro I vided fur in the cutrih latently made between Mr Newhouae and a represent ative of the Morris circuit for the new theater In Salt Lake Mi Newhouse was not ready to state the location of the pro posed clow house here saying that the matter wa not far enough advanced for leflnlte announ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 December 1909

I 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY DEC 51909 THE SALT LAKE i HERALDREPUBLICAN The Inter ouDtaID Republlwl1i Set Fob 12 IMS The Salt Lake Herald Est June 6 lW Only Republican Dally Newspaper in Bait Lake City Utah Term of Subscription DAILY AND SUNDAVOae mouth J6 cents one year JB64 SUNDAYOne year JtOO SEMI WEEKLY Cia advanee ORe year JlSo six months 76 cents Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former as well as present address AH papers are continued until explicit order IB received to dteeoethtue AU ar repragAS mutt be paid In l every tItsa i I PUTTING THE HAND TO THE PLOW Out here in the ragged and sincere west people confidently expect Secre tary Knox to make an end of President Zelaya Nothing least than that will be understood in the light of that very peppery letter written to the world at large and incidentally to the dictator of the Nioar suan republic Out here in the sincere and Bible reading west where the people know all about scripture ...

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

i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY DEC 5 1909 5 4 FEAST ENDS BIG I PURE FOOD SHOW Banquet Tendered to Manager Tremp by the Exhibitors and Friends TO GIVE ONE IN DENVER PROMOTER WILL PROMOTE EX HIBITION IN COLORADO After the ut visitor had gone the lights put out and the doors closed on the food and industrial show there was atill another feature of it occuring in Youngs cafe where Manager A A Tremp was taken an the guest of honor at a banquet tendered by exhibitors at the show The banquet at which covers were laid for sixty and which wa attended by the wives of the exhibitors too was in the iiaturc of an appreciation ot the work and efforts of Manager Tremp in the prepara tion and conduct of the exposition and its success Among the exhibitors offering the ban quet were W R Baxter Walter Patton Welby Phillips Will Price Sidney Phil lips A J Lrch Mr Leary F L Kel logg W II Herrington F A Newberger Mr Wells and O S Jackson The hosts also had as guests S W Price president...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 5 December 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY DEC 51909 I A DOUBLE PAGE OF SPORTING NEWS CONTAINING I AMATEUR ATHLETICS NOT PURE 1 IN UIAHfiOVERNINfi BODY NEEDED I By Elwood S Brown Y M C A At a recent meeting of the Utah Inter collegiate aacociattop the clause pertain liiK to amateur athletics was reaffirmed and the representatives present pledged LI I rnselves to make a determined effort toward seeing tbt It ic maintained b clause states that no man who has ever received mosey for competing In T letlcs < nd rviireaen any of the institutions in the association on iU athletic I H I I < > eer unit neema to be a chance for trule at tins time because of the fact liat the numbers present decided that I 11 i > rule s loukl l > f interpreted as affeot only nit 11 who l ave played baseball I In 1 tlu state l9ue WhIle the attitude of t i mtmbtis i f the Intercollegiate a < so 0 tion indicates that a long step in the I 1 tit direction has been taken still no 1lnate i gi...

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