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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 September 1909

10 THE HERALOREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY SEPT 24 1909 GRAFT CHARGES CHARGfSDECLARED CHARGESDECLARED DECLARED TRUE TRUEPolice Police Inspector Edward EdwardCann Mc McCann Cann of Chicago Found FoundGuilty FounriGuilty Guilty by Jury JuryPROTECTION JuryPROTECTION PROTECTION COST MONEY MONEYDENIZENS MONEYDENIZENS DENIZENS OF THE TENDERLOIN TENDERLOINASSESSED TENDERLOINASSESSED ASSESSED 40 A MONTH MONTHhlca8O MONTHThIcao hlca8O Sept 2IPoUce Inspector E Eward Fad FadwLLrd ward Mcnn McCann chal charged wih with Pt grafting graftingvas was foun found gity guilty by a jr Jury which re reorted lorted orted In Jud Judge Bes Barnes cur court toay today Sn Sntne Sen Sent tne t flCE Was a nt not prounc pronounced and wilt 11 not be beUiitil Uiitil nti after the herne hearing of armnt arguments for fora a new trIal trial The law prvde providee a an In Invtrmlnat InV vtrmlnat V terminate entenee ntenc In prn prnThe prlon prlonThe The chr chargs s against the into inpector In Inharge Inch...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 September 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY SEPT 24 1909 11 11HeraldRepubliean 1 HeraldRepubliean Want Ads Ads5c 5e a Line Why Pay More FUNERAL DIRECTOR DmECTOREBER EBER W HALL Und Undertaker rtaker Embalm Embalmer er 1114 So W Tpmple Both phonEs toa toaFLORISTS 10131ORISTS FLORISTS FLORISTSWALTER 1ORISTSWALTER WALTER W KING FLORIST 214 14 E 3d d south Phone 37 SpecialIst on onfuneral onraI funeral raI deetgns and everything floraL floraLE E A LAMBOURINE FLORAL CO CONo8 CoNo No8 No S south Main with WlllesHorM WlllesHorMDug WillosHorneDrug Dug Co Leading Florists on tuneral tuneraldesigns tunoraldeslgni designs Phones 1701 1701RICHARD 174RICHARD RICHARD E XV VANS 31 3 SO MAIN MAINst f st Both pho1e8 181 Reddenee 147 14 In Indiana Indiana diana avenue LOST LOSTLOSTOn LOSTLOSTOn LOSTOn rim ret South car or Is State Statestreet StateStreet street between bit Su and Colonial the theatre theatre atre Tue8day evening one amall round roundgold roundgold gold cuff button with pin fast f...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 24 September 1909

12 THE HERALDREPUBLlCAr SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY SEPT 24 1909 o9 WOMANS LEAGUE UAGUfIN IN TYPHOID WAR WARMembers INARMembers Members Will liII Make an Effort Effortto to Better the Health HealthCondi HealthCond Condi ions ionsIr ionsMtmbers Mtmbers Ir m bels of thWVoman thcVOmn5 League of ofEa oft Ea t i l Lake are ta ta1n ID active part In the thenusade thecro nusade cro ade agaInst the typhoid fever epi epidemic epiAerxli demic through the pure food commit committel tel 01 the league and the attention 01 01tilt oftht tilt commit tN fla ben directed to toIi towurd wurd Ii < lr < l the hl1dlln l1 bread Mrs Tom TomI I Pitt chainnan of the commltte commltteliJS eotnmIttee1as liJS iepll liJllOlnte to visit the leading ead1ngbaktie 1 akprie > of the cit city for the purpoFP purpoFPItclHlng purpoinUiiIng ItclHlng tlH lsker > to wrap their thellr theirr lr r < J protecthJt It against the frf frfqllfnt frirnt qllfnt irnt and metime calelen handling hnnd1intoo too t Hen thp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

16 THE METALS 7 ADT JIt Theres work fora for a want I Weather I Silver 5114c 51 1 4e ad adwhen when the t e new Yome YomePages ome Copper cathodes125Jac cathodes 12c 0 furniture dis d2 aaes C6S the e eLead Toda Today y yLead Pages II HERALD JJRM D = R P L 1 Lead y 440 per 100 lbs I 0 0 still ltse seful ll wsed thiBp Fair FairJ Falr1rterSiountain J 1rterSiountain jter Ioun ln Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 1909 Tbe TileBaitLake Salt Lake Heraof Herad d dr 01 1 15 o 44 Price 5 Cents Yol of 151 sv NO NOPRESIDENT r E PRESIDENT WILUAM WILII HOWARD TAFT IS SALT LAKES GUEST c presid President Taft and nd G Governor Spry P walking from Presidents r i ca car to the auto automobile obile Just behind is sena Senator preside t Taft in automobile automo ile with h Utahs U s go governor ernor and Captain CaPt in Butts the Presidents aide Beside the au auto is isReed Reed Smoot William Sloan jr the Presidents bodyguard bodygundI I I r PRESIDENT ENJOYS ENJOYSSALT ENJOYSt SALT LAKE ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

Q 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 1909 APROCLAMATION APROCLAMATIONWbereu < Wbereu Utah and particularly v vi i > her capital city hi honored at this thJatime 4 4time < time by the preeence of Honorable Honorableo s sO o William H T Taft tt President or the thec 0 0United < c > United State and oWhereas w wVhereasA < > Whereas VhereasA A public reception has hasbeen hasbeen been arranged In honor of the 4 4President < S SPresident > < > President at Liberty park on Sat 0 0urday 4urday urday afternoon Sept 36 36Nuw 11101 y yNow Now therefore we do earnestly earneetlrocommend < > if < recommend that 80 far 88 pracUc pracUcable 4 4t t > able buslne811 and dally ton be besUspended besuspended < > > > sUspended In the city of Salt Lake Lakeon < < on Saturday the 26th day of Sep > < tember 1 1909 at 11 oclock noon noonand noonand > > and durin during the balance of the day 1 1that > th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 251909 25 1909 3 I Ogden News NewsOffice410 Office410 Twentyfifth street streetCirculation streetCirculation Circulation Department 386 Twenty TwentyI Twentyfifth I fifth Street StnMItOgden StreetOgden Ogden Saturday Sept 25 25WOMAN 25WOMAN WOMAN AT OGDEN OGDENfNDS OGDENENDSHER fNDS ENDSHER HfR un unMrs Mrs Amanda Gilmore Cuts Her HerThroat HerThroat Throat With a Large Largeqf I qf I Knife Kniferdal Knife4iciaI rdal to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgcjen Ogden Sept 4lrs Amanda Gilmore Gilmoremlmitted Gilmorenunitted mlmitted suicide by cutting her throat throatwith throatitli with itli a HImh cake knife at 8 830 this thisHorning thlauorning Horning at the home ot her sister Mrs MrsS iraMitchell S Mitchell 335 TwentylIIxth street streetDI streetDr DI A A Robinson was summoned but butI 1 n woman was beyond medical aid She Shehi hi without giving It single word In ex exIJntiun exiriitjun IJntiun of her awful deed deedr dee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

K 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 251909 1909 THE SALT LAKE LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEJ HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICANThe J The Int InterMountain rMountaln Republican RepublicanEst Est Feb 12 I 1906 1906The 1906The The Salt Lake Her Herald HeraldEat 1ld 1ldEt Et Tune 6 1870 1870Only 187Only Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Salt Lake City Utah UtahTerms UtahTerms Terms of Subscription SubscriptionDAILY DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 75 75cents 75cents cents one year 800 SUNDAyone year 200 00 SEMI WEEKLYUn advance one onerear onegear rear 150 sIx months 75 7 cents centsSubsczolbers centsSubscribers Subscribers wishing addzo8 8 of paper paperchan paperchanged chan changed ed must give former as well as asIJresent asDresent IJresent address addressAU addressAll AU papers are continued until explicit explicitordezo explicitorder order Is reeeived to dlflcontlnue All ar arrearages arrearage rearages must be paid In every case caseTWO casereu reu reuTWO TWO GREAT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

THE HE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 1909 5 t BREAKfAST IN INHONOR INHONOR HONOR Of GUEST GUESTPresident President Taft to Be Entertained Enter Entertained tained This Morning by the theCommercial theCommercial Commercial Club ClubSHORT ClubSHORT SHORT TALKS TO BE MADE MADElCLUB MADECLUB CLUB ROOMS LAVISHLY DECO DECORATED DECORATED RATED FOR THE OCCASIONr OCCASION OCCASIONPresident r President William lIIlam IL Taft will break breakfast breakfast fast this morning the honored guest of ofthe ofthe the Salt Lake Commercial club The Thebreakft Thebreakfast breakfast will be given in the dlnln dining hallof hall hallof of the club and at this breakfast nearlythree nearly nearlythrte three hundred memben will be reaented reaentedto rreaented rreaentedto to the President and his otficia official partyAn party partyAn An elaborate menu ha has been prepared preparedand and all ot the food of which the Pre President Presidentwill dent dentwi wi will II partake will be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

I 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 1909 GREAT OVATION OVATIONISTENDEREDMRITAFT IS ISTENDERm TENDERm TENDEREDMRITAFT TENDEREDMRITAFTContinued MRJAH MRJAHContinued Continued from fromPage Page 1 1For 1For For three or four days I have been beelltraveling beentraveling traveling through a country like yours yourswhere yourswhere where you need water and I have havelearned havelearned learned enough to know that It Is worth worthwhile worthwhile while for a president to travel OC OCourse Ofourse ourse he could read about your re resources resources sources and your needs and by study studring studyIng ing books he could get It all Into his hishead hishead head but when he comes In contact contactwith contactwith with the people sees their hopefulness hopefulneand hopefulnessand and optimism he gets a view of a dif different different ferent sort Then he make all sorts ot otresolutionsand otresolutionsand resolutionsand U he Is wise lee he keeps keepstlwm keeps...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 1909 7 PRESIDENT ENJOYS lNJOYSSALT ENJOYSSALT SALT LAKE VISIT VISITContinued Continued from Page 1 1required 1required required tJ t convey those who had been beenIn beenIn In the Helper party and who continued continuedto to Fort Douglas DouglasA A As they traversed the city streets the theenthusiasm theenthusiasm enthusiasm shown at the depot was wasovershadowed wasovershadowed overshadowed by the tremendous ova ovation ovation tion Even President Tart and the themembrs themembers members ot his entourage seemed 8ur surprlsed 8urprlsed prlsed that such a volume of nohe nohecould noieecould could come from human throat So Somany Somany many flags were among the decorationsalong decorations decorationsalong along the route and the applause e re required required quired such frequent acknowledgment acknowledgmentthat that the President scarcely had his hat haton hate on his head all the way to the tort tortThousands fortThousa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

i V 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UTAHSATURDAY SATURDAY SEPT 25 251909 1909 MARRIAGE KNOTS KNOTSUNTIED KNOTSUNTIED UNTIED BY COURT COURTThree Three Women Freed by Judge JudgeIV JudgeMirse IV Mirse JISe and One Expects Expectsto ExpectstoFindFavor to toFindFavor toFindFavorFOUR Find Favor FavorFOUR FOUR HUSBANDS AT FAULT FAULTDESERTION FAULTDESERTION DESERTION CRUELTY AND INFI INFIDELITY INFIDELITY DELITY CHARGED CHARGEDTbree Three women who entered the diyorcf diyorcfrolll divnreflu11 rolll In Judge C W lone court y yt I Itday tday t day with troublesome huband at attahed a atahed tahed to them came out mlllng and andalon an anatorw alon One other all but rid hErPf I Ihrr thcr hrr rpjj poU8e and will probably reh rehi i eeivdvurre dvurre < i tfe when proof of ervtce of su nllllon Sunhifloflis nllllonI I is ma made madeMrs e eIrs Mrs Irs Lena Poul8on told the court conrtlLld courtiid lLld supported > her husband until I5t1f h had had1ume hiIbtcume 1ume tired of It ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

AJCt1 J REAL ESTATE MINES MINESCLASSIFIED 1 D p LI CLASSIFIED 4 J JJJ j J JJJJ 4 I MARKETS MARKETSPART PART TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 1909 PAGES 1 TO 8 8MEMBERS 8MEMBERS MEMBERS OF PRESIDENT WILLIAM H TANS PERSONAL TRAVELING STAFF I i l L W Wheeler of the United States service who visited Salt Lake in advance of President Taft and made ar arrangements arrangements rangements for his protection protectionI protectionPRAYER protectionPRAYER I PRAYER FOR PRESIDENT PRESIDENTThe The presence of President William H Tatt In Salt Lake was alluded to last evening at the Jewish services for forYm forTom Ym Kippur the Hebraic Day ot AtoneJUAllt Atoneaa pt at the Temple Bnai Israel by Rabbi Charles J Freund who In an elo eloquent eloquent quent prayer besought the welfare of th the Pre President idelt The Yom Kippur servl servloe e began I last lastnight t tllight night at 8 oclock The great auditorium audltorluQIf f the temple was filled t9 the doors dooNith doorswith with ith w...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

1 v 1 2 + THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 1909 1909Wha 1909WhafsWhaHnSoth 4 Wha WhafsWhaHnSoth WhafsWhaHnSothV il r S V RAINMAKER HARD ON AMERICAN FANS TheS TheSportingAuthori t oritY1A LADIES DAY AT ATRACES ATRACESPOPULAR RACES RACESPOPULAR RACESPOPULARBig POPULAR POPULARBig Big Crowd at Buena Vista VistaSees VistaSees Sees SportGood Card Cardon on Today TodayA A glaftce at the grand raad stand at IJueM IJueMVIsta BueaVista VIsta JMterday afternoon would haft hafttold havetold told that lad It4HeV day w wa popular in Salt sJtLake SaltLake Lake With tIM poMtble exception of the tbfenln theruenlng ruenlng enln day the crowd WWl the 1ar largest of oCI 1 hE meeting and the afternoons 5 5vas fiII10rl fiII10rlas vas as enjoyed A stroR strong < < south wind dur duri lur lurS S i iug II ttu nrst half of the card kept the thet I It t Pltt active but a the wind died diedlIwn diedIwn lIwn tl wther w wa perfect perfectTh ect ectTlw Tlw Th wind ind Iwl Julp I to ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICANSALT SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 1909 + 3 RATE HARING HARINGIS IS POSTPONED POSTPONfOInterstate Interstate Commerce Commis Commissioners Commissioners sioners Will Take Up Case CaseAgain CaseAgain Again Monday MondayDETAILS MondayDETAILS DETAILS ARE DISCUSSED DISCUSSEDKRUTTSCHNITT DISCUSSEDKRUTTSCHNITT KRUTTSCHNITT OCCUPIES WIT WITNESS WITNESS NESS STAND MOST OF DAY DAYA A dlscuulon of the vartou details detailswhich detailsI I which gIJ to make up the cost of opera operation operation tion of a large railroad took up the thegrEater thegreater grEater part of the freight rate hearing hearingFriday hearingFriday Friday before members of the Inter InterstalE Interstate stalE commerce commission siting s In Inthe inthe the Salt Lake case Julius KrutOlchnltt KrutOlchnlttdirtdor Kruttehntttdirector director of maintenance and operation operationdf df f the Union Pacific railroad was on onthe onthc the stand during the entire morning morning...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

I 4 + THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 1909 Mines and Mining Stocks A TREMONT MINE MINEIS IS TOO SWIfT SWIfTPaying Paying Dividends Ahead of ofSteady ofSteady Steady Production Is IsObjected IsObjected Objected To ToSpecial ToSpecial Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanModena Modena Sept nLtteratur extol extollng extolling ling the value of the Utah Gold Goldopper GoldOppOr opper companys holdings and oper opera operations a ations t ions at Tremont 35 mil north of ofModena ofModena Modena In which some of the state stateme statemets me mets > ts made appear extrava extravagant nt hae haeblen ha habcen blen received here hereEvery I Iery Every ery one here believes that the theTremont I Tremont or Washln Washington ton distrIct Is Ismeritorious I meritorious that the Utah Gold Cop CopIHr copper per company ha has an unusually good goods1owIng I IallOwing allOwing of c ore > re for the amount of de devekprnent I IvfJopment vfJopment work acc...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

w THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 1909 1 5 r Financial and an Commer Corn ial I TRADING AT LOW LOWEBB LOViEBBYESTERDAY EBB EBBYESTERDAY EBBYESTERDAYDiversion YESTERDAY YESTERDAYDiversion Diversion of Speculation to the theCotton i Cotton Exchange for Time TimeBeing TimeBeing Being BeingPRICES BeingIW IW PRICES STILL WAVERING WAVERINGSOME SOME STRENGTH SHOWN BY BYREADING BYREADING READING AND PACIFICS PACIFICSNew New Yor York SpL Sept JTrdloA 4TrdIug In Itoke Itokefl stocks stocksfell fl to a low ow ebb tay today DurinA Duiing the af aft aftrrnoon rrnoon roon th the cndion condition bame became ItagnL ItagnLThE stagnant stagnantTh ThE Th deilon decision of th the stk Mock echange exchange au authorltel author1tie thorltel thor1tie to co cloe te the exchang exchange toay today In Inobservance inobservance observance of the HUMnFlton fludonFu1ton clba clbation celebra celebratiQfl tion Wa Wfi prty partly rpniible reponaib1e for this thlTIcre thisTkre TIcre was...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

6 4 THE HERAUJREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SATURDAYSEPT SEPT 25 251909 1909 REPUBLICANS TO TONAME TONAMEDELEGATES NAME NAMEDELEGATES NAMEDELEGATESPrimaries DEUGAUS DEUGAUSPrimaries Primaries VtliII iII Be Held Monday MondayEvening MondayEvening Evening Throughout Throughoutthe the City CityMANY CityMANY MANY V WILL ILL BE PRESENT PRESENTFRECAUTIONS PRESENTPRECAUTIONS PRECAUTIONS WILL BE TAKEN TAKENTO TO PREVENT INTERFERING INTERFERINGThp The Republican primare prImrte t to eIect l de dele delegates gates to th the city cventin convention to b be bel held heldOTt on Wednesday Vednesay evening at th the St Sat Lke Lketheatre Lake LakeVwatre theatre and to the ward cvetin convention on onTuday onTuay Tuday evenln evenln wU will b be hl held Moy Moyning Monday MondayC C ning at th the vrloW varioua eJtl eleetlon peint pieclncts pieclnctsThc Thc indlctol indicatione ar are tht that thr there wl wilt be bean un excelent excellent turnout of Republcns Republicana at ath atah ah ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 1909 7 1 1lleraIdRepnbIican 4 HeraldRepublican Want Ads Ads5c 5c a Line Why Pay More MoreI I I i io FUNERAL DIRECTOR DIRECTORFLORiSTS o EBER W V HALL Undertaker Embalm Embalmr r 11 So W Tfmnle T mnle Both phonel 10 10WALTER 1013 1013PT1NERL FLORiSTS FLORiSTSWALTER I WALTER W KING FLORIST 214 1 E 2d d South Phones l Specialist on ontuneral onfuneral funeral designs and everything floral floralE E A LAMBOURINE FLORAL CO CONo CO2o No 8 South Main with mUeHOtne mUeHOtneDug W1lesHorneDrug Dug Co Leading FlO F1ot1ts IIts on foneral foneraldesigns fDneradeBlgns designs Pbonea 74 74w 4 4RICHARD w RICHARD Eo EVANS 31 SO MAIN MAINst st t Both pho1ea M1 1 Re Residence ldence 14D In Indiana Inana diana ana avenue LOST LOSTWSTA LOSTLOSTA WSTA LOSTA pldbeaded black ebony CAne CAneellgTavfd canee1igraVfd ellgTavfd flobrt tHlrt McEwan hum Taber Taberl1ade Taberllaele l1ade Choir R < turn to Robert T Hc Hc8S4 McJwai Jwai 8S4 4 Eaet Hth Sou...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 25 September 1909

8 + THE HE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SEPT 25 1909 HUDSO HUDSONFULTON HUDSONFULTONNPAGEANTBEGINS JFUlTON JFUlTONPAGUNT NPAGEANTBEGINS NPAGEANTBEGINSew PAGUNT BtGlNS BtGlNSNew New ew York Celebrating Achieve Achievements Achievements ments of Discoverer and aldInventor andInventor Inventor InventorOLD InventorOLD OLD WORLD PARTICiPATES PARTICiPATESEXHIBITS PARTICIPATESEXHIBITS EXHIBITS SHOW PROGRESS MADE MADEIN IN THR THREE E CENTURIES CENTURIESXW XW York sept 24The man who dl dlfoerd dia diaovered foerd the Hudson river and the man manwhole manhuse whole invention made It of greatest t tJ verv vervtce J tce will be honored during the coming comlqwpp comingweek week wpp k here at the scene of their achieverrrents achieve achieve1nts 1nts Three centuries ago CO Hendr1Jo Hendr1JoHudson HendrllcHudson Hudson sailed lied past Manhattan island and andup andLip up Lip the river to the bead of navigation navigationTwo Two tundred lun red years later Robert Fulton Fultonrn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 26 September 1909

THE METALS Theres work for a i 36 adwhen W Weather ea th er want per perSilve t Silver511Ac Silve 51140 sonal property is to Today Pages Copper cathodes cathodes125Jsc 12c 2T be ct turned IntoLead into 6 Lead X440 440 per 1901bs 100 lbs i cashInterMountain cash tt Fair FairI1terMountaln InterMountain Vol 01 15 No 45 Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY SE SEPT PT 26 1909 Price 5 Cents C ents The Vol BaIt 151 Lake 1 No Het o aLI 1 PRESIDENT TAFT PUTS IN BUSIEST DAY OF HIS GREAT TRIP INCIDENTS OF A STRENUOUS DAY IN SALT LAKE FOR THE CHIEF MAGISTRATE MAGISTRATEPresident brAG 1ST RATE RATEPresident President Taft ready to swat the ball on the Country Count club links The President the central figure watching the golf play at the Country club President Taft leaving the Commercial olob with W 1 Halloran A STRENUOUS DAY DAYFOR DAYFOR FOR THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTLocal PRESIDENTEntertcdnment Local Entertainment Keeps KeepsTaft KeepsTaft Taft Going From Early Morn MornUntil MornUntil Until La...

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