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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 September 1909

r 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY SEPT 27 1909 COMMISSION TO TOCONVENE TOCONVENE CONVENE TODAY TODAYInterstate Interstate Commerce Commis Commission Commission sion Officials Will Take Up UpRate UpRate Rate Cases CasesSESSION CasesSESSION SESSION IS AT A HOTEL HOTELATLANTIC HOTELATLANTIC ATLANTIC COAST LINE MAN MAY MAYTELL MAYTELL TELL ABOUT WATER RATES RATESAbout RATESAbout About three days according to the theattorneys theattorneys attorneys for both sides of the case casewill casewill will be nece necessary ary for the completion completionof of the present hearing in the Salt Lake Lakefrelgbt Lakefreight freight rate case which will be re resumtd reumed sumtd this morning before Commis Commissioner CommisSiOner sioner E E Clark of the Interstate InterstateCommerce InterstateCommerce Commerce commiuion commiuionOn On account of the desire of some of ofthose cfthose those whose testimony was wanted in intIle Inthe tIle case to get home testimony was wastaken wast...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 September 1909

PIE Ti T AffE REAL REALESTATE ESTATE MINES MINESCLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED DIJ IID JY R p LI MARKETS MARKETSPART PART TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY SEPT 27 1909 PAGES 1 TO 6 PRESIDENT PREAGHES A ASERMON ASERMON SERMON AT TABERNACLE TABERNAGlETen Ten Thousand Persons Hear Chief Magistrate Dwell Upon the theDesirability theDesirability Desirability of Living in Peace With Ones Neighbors Neighborsand and Wisdom of Imputing Good Motives to Them Instead Insteadof of Improper Ones OnesPresident OnesPresident President Taftsspeech at the Tabernacle yesterday took the form of a sermon sermonand sermonand and In the opinion ot the 10000 persons who filled the Imme Immense auditorium It was a amighty amighty mighty good sermon too tooA tooA A soft answer turneth away wrath buth ATlevoU8 wordll wor IIUr up anger said President Tart quoting from Proverbe xvl xv all a he began his speech saying sayingwas he hewas was Influenced by the audience before him to preach a erJIK and all custom customary cu...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 September 1909

2 + THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY SEPT 27 1909 MAMMOTH BAND BANDPlAYS BANDPLAYSFOR PlAYS PLAYSFOR fOR TAfT TAfTBiggest TAFTBiggest Biggest Assemblage of KindEver Kind KindEver Ever Seen in Utah Volun Volunteers Volunteers teers to Honor President 100 UNION MUSICIANS OUT OUTSENATOR OUTSENATOR SENATOR SMOOT THANKS MEM MEMBERS MEMBERS BERS FOR THEIR SERVICES SERVICESOne One of the most cordial and one of the themost themost most appreciated welcomes accorded accordedPresident accordedPresident President Vllliam H Taft on hl his visit visitwas visitwas was by the Salt Lake Musicians union unionTo unionTo To the committee which had charge or orthe ofthe the musical arrangements for the Presi Presid Presidats dats d s visit the Musicians union proffered profferedtn tn the services of all or Its members free of oflarge ofenarge enarge large Th The result was that for the thoPl thePresidents Pl Presidents > lidents tabernacle reception the com commillM...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 September 1909

F i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT lAKE CITY CITY UTAH MONDAY SEPT 27 1909 3 MINES AND MINING INING1 RAilROAD MEN MENBONANZA MENBONANZAMINERS BONANZA BONANZAMINERS BONANZAMINERSRich MINtRS MINtRSRich Rich Strike in the Phiadelphia PhiadelphiaCanyon Philadelphia PhiladelphiaCanyon Canyon Scene of Wondrous WondrousActvity WondrousActivity Actvity ActvityThe Activity ActivityThe The phenomenaly phenomenally roh rich gold strike strikemade strikemade made In Phiadelphia Philadelphia canyon nyon U mies miessouthwet miLes miLessouthwest southwet southwest of this place Is developing developingnew new and more senstonal sensational features featureseach each day says the DtUe Datle Mountain MountainHerald Herald In additon addition to the maIn strIke strIkeof of picture rok rock which has widened widenedout out from three to twelve Inches wih wihIn with withIn In a depth of eight fet feet and Is un uncovere uncovered covere covered for sixty feet In length on onthe onthe the surface a number of...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 September 1909

J 4 + THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY SEPT 27 1909 FOR ORSA1EBEALESTATE ORSA1EBEALESTATEFOR SALEREAL ESTATE I 1 1FOR FOR SALE p SALEINVESTORS INVESTORS INVESTORSl1oiVESTORS INV1STORSiNVESTORS iNVESTORS l1oiVESTORSHERES iNVESTORSHERES HERES YOUR CHANCE CHANCEBEST CHANCEr r BEST AND SAFEST SAFESTINTERESTPAYING SAFESTINTERESTPAYING INTERESTPAYING INTERESTPAYINGREAL REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT INVESTMENTIN IN THE CITY CITYFOR CITYFOR FOR TEN DAYS ONLY ONLYWE ONLYWE WE ARE OFFERING A HANDSOME HANDSOMBNEW NEW EW PRESSED BRICK TERRACE OF OFEHJHT OFLIGHT LIGHT MODERN APARTMENTS APARTMENTSONLY O ONLY THREE RLOCIS EAST OF OF2IIAIN OF2IAIN 2IIAIN STREET FOR THE S SMALL IALL SUM SUMUP SUMOF UP 11500 THINK OF IT ITSAVINGS ITr r SAVINGS BANKS BANISPAY PAY 700 PER AN ANNCI ANNEM NCI ON THIS AMOUNT WHILE WHII1THESE WHILETHESE THESE APARTMENTS WITH THE THEBEST THEI3EST BEST SECURITY ON EARTH CHOICE CHOICELOSEIN CHOICELOSEIN LOSEIN REAL ESTATE BRING IN INSIO INt t SIO W PER ANNUM WITHOUT A...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 September 1909

S THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY SEPT 27 1909 5 1 IIeraldRepublican Want Ads Ads5e 5c a Line Why Pay More FUNERAL PUN4L DIRECTOR DIRECTOREBER EBER W HALL Undertaker Embalm Embalmr r 1M Sg W Temple Both phones 1011 1011FLORISTS 1O1WALTER FLORISTS FLORISTSWALTER WALTER W KING FLORIST 214 4 E 3d d South Phones 37 Specialist on ontuneral onfuneral funeral designs and everything floraL floraLE E A LAMBOURINE FLORAL CO CONo CONo No 8 South Man with VlUesHorne WillesHorneDrag VlUesHorneDrug Drug Co Leading Florists on funeral funerald8lltgns funerald1gni d8lltgns Phones 371 371RICHARD 374RICHARD RICHARD E EVANS 36 3 SO MAIN MAINrt rt Beth pho1eS 961 61 ResldencA un In Indiana Indiana diana avenue LOST LOSTLOSTLadY1 LOSTLOSTLadye LOSTLadY1 LOSTLadye alligator pocketbook be between between tween Ith th and 10th W on M d So or In Inthat Inthat that vicinity containing papers with name nameon on and 8O on I change Return to IH W Wlet V V8t let 8t So Reward RewardLOSTFrom Rewar...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 27 September 1909

r 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY SEPT 27 1909 I ARMORY FUNDS FUNDSWILL FUNDSWiLL WILL BE REFUSED REFUSEDLand Land Board to Witthhold Loan LoanUntil LoanUntil Until Supreme Court Passes Passeson on Question QuestionLIKE QuestionLIKE LIKE THE UNIVERSITY CASE CASEFEAR CASEFEAR FEAR ERECTION OF NEW HOME HOMEWILL HOMEWILL WILL BE DELAYED DELAYEDA A As a result of the supreme court de deI decision cision < I sion last week holding unconstitutional unconstitutionaltho the action or the last legislature in au authorizing authorizing thorizing the board or regents or the rnl rnlvcrsity vcrsity of Utah to borrow 260000 AO from fromthe fromthe the State Board or Land commissioners commissionersCoT1 CoT1 tl1 ground oJnd that thlll conflicted with withthc withthe thc state constitution It Is suggested that thatth thatthe th the < > allowance or 85E 000 for the state statearmory statearmory armory board may also be held uneon uneonstltutlonal unconstitutional stltutlon...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 September 1909

U I I 12 Theres work for a want THE METALS WeatherSliver Weather Weatheradwhen adwhen theres a real Silver 51Vgo Today Pages Copper Co pp ppLead er oothod6l 128Ao iT estate ba bargaIn in to offer I Lead X4 440 per 100 lbs ShowersI Showers t I Ival val valnter3Lounta nter3Lounta fr 1b un No ir R R1b publlcan SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 f Price 5 Cents The Vol Salt l Ib7 ltkeN ltkeNra Ltke Kos Herald ra 3 3 CASE OF THE HARRIMAN LINES LINESAT LINESATTHE AT ATTHE THE RATE HEARING CLO CLOSED D E E CLARKMember CLARK CLARKMember Member interstate commerce commission who is presiding at the Salt SaltLake SaltLake Lake hearing Presenting a I mass of tabulated sta statistics staof tistics showing how the freight business bU8inessof of the west has grown In the l last t ten tenyears tenyears years and making a play for public favor fav favor or with statements showing how muchthe much muchtIll tIll street railway company of SaltLake Salt SaltLake Lake bas paid for supplies the Har...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 September 1909

L 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 MINING MEN AT ATGOLDfiELD ATGOLDFIELDJ GOLDfiELD NEVI NEVActual NEVIActual Actual Business of the Con Convention Convention vention Will Begin This ThisMorning ThisMorning I Morning MorningGoldfield MorningGo1dt1ed Goldfield Nov Sept 27With the theOpening theOpening Opening formalities out of the way in the theafternoon theafternoon afternoon the delegates to the annual annualconvention annualconvention convention of the American Mining con congress congress gress devoted the night of the first day dayto to nn Inspection of the mineral exhibit exhibitw1lch exhibitwjilch w1lch has been gathered by the state stateand stateand and which Is worth about 200000 Com Combined Cornbined bined with many famous private coHee coHeetlons collections tlons and that of the Mackay school of ofmines ofmines mines at the state university was a dis display display play of specimens of the mineral wealth 1ealthof of the state gathered eI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 September 1909

1T THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY utAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 3 f I NEWS OF OT UTAH AN AND ADJOINING STATES I Ogden News NewsOfflce410 Offlce410 Twentyfifth street streetCirculation streetCirculation Circulation Department 366 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentyfifth fifth Street StreetOgden StreetOgden Ogden Tuesday Sept 28 28SIX 28w 28SIX w SIX LABORERS LABORERSHURT LABORERSHURT HURT IN WRECK WRECKCompanions WRECKCompanions Companions Regard Accident Accidentas as Proof of Unlucky Day Dayand Dayarid and Quit Work Special to The JleraldRepubllcan JleraldRepubllcanOgdln Ogden Sept 2iBy the der derailing 1l1ng of a awork awork work car at Seventeenth street and Wash WashIngton VasilIngton Ington avenue at 7 oclock this morning six sixrttk sixGreek Greek rttk laborers were hurt so ban badly that thatthy thatthy thy all had to be sent nt to the hospital hospitalI hospitalNone None I < on will dIe I1leTIe dIeThey TIe They were beln being < < hauled to the work In InJrOIOt88 InJJrngres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 September 1909

h THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 3 I rPtws tjEWS OF OJ UTAH AN AND A ADJOINING STATes I I Ogden News NewsOfflce410 I IOfflce410 I Offlce410 Twentyfifth street streetCirculation Circulation Department 366 Twenty Twentyfifth Twentyfifth fifth Street StreetOgden StreetOgden Ogden Tuesday Sept 28 28SIX 28I I SIX LABORERS lABORRSHURT LABORERSHURT HURT IN WRECK WRECKi WRECKCompanions i Companions Regard Accident Accidentas as Proof of Unlucky Day Dayand Dayand and Quit Work Special l to The HeraldRepubllcan HeraldRepubllcanOIJden Herald Republlcan RepubllcanOgden Ogden Sept 27By the derailing or Ii Iiwork awork work car at Seventeenth street and Wash Washlngton Va Va1ngton 1ngton avenue at 7 oclock this morning six sixGreek alxGreek Greek laborer Were hurt 110 badly that thatt thatthey t hey all had to be sent to the hospital hospitalNona ho pltal pltalIIono Nona will 111 die dieThey dieThey They were being hauled to the work In InJlroKres Inprogresa JlroKre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 September 1909

S 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 THE SALT LA1 LAKE LAKEHERALDREpUBLICAN < E EHERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICANThe The InterMountain Republican RepublicanEst Est Feb n 1JOtt 1JOttThe 1OtThe The Salt Lake Herald HeraldEAt EAt Tune 6 1S 1S7tL 1S7tLOnly Q QSalOnt SalOnt IYLaRepublfcan Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Inkf t Lakc kf > Clt City Utah UtahTerms UtahTerms Terms of Subscription SubscriptionDAILY DAILY AND A BUNDAyone month 75 75cents 75cents cents one year 800 SL STNDAYOne DAYOne year 1200 SEMI WEEKLyan advance > one oneyear year 160 sIx 51 months 75 cents centsh5ubscrlbers centsSubsrfters h5ubscrlbers Subsrfters wishIng address ot paper paperc paPerChanged c Changed anged must give former as well AS ASpresent asprcsent present address All papers are continued until eXfllclt eXfllcltorder explicit explicitorder order Is received to dillcontinue Al ar arrearages arrearages rearages must be paId In every case caseWHER...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 September 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 5 I I l io M H1 H1Q1 I o I I Ia IJL j I Ii I I a Q1 s sThe JLThe The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signa signature sigilature ture of Chas H Fletcher and bas been made under his hispersonal hispersonal personal supervision for over O years Allow no one oneto oneto to deceive you in tl1 this s Counterfeits Imitations andJustasgood and andJustasgooI JustasgooI are but Experiments and endanger the thehealth thohealth health of ChildrenExperience against ExT Exreriment ExrerimentWhat riment rimenta What a is 0 i iCastorla CASTORIA CASTORIACastoria Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Paregoric gorie Drops and Suothing Syrups It is Pleasant It Itcontnins Itcontains I contains neither opium lIolp11ino nor other Narcotic Nareotiosubstance Narcoticsubstance substance Its a age e is its guarantee It destroys Worms Normsand Wormsaud and alla allays s Feverishness It cures Dinrrh Diarrlura a and Wind Win...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 September 1909

5 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 i AMERICANS PUT PUTUP PUTUP UP COUNCILMEN COUNCILMENContests Contests Show the Respective RespectiveStrength RespectiveStrength Strength of Bransford Bransfordand and andDELEGATES Lippman I IDELEGATES I DELEGATES ARE EXCLUDED EXCLUDEDCONTROVERSY EXCLUDEDCONTROVERSY CONTROVERSY SETTLED BY GIV GIVING GIVING ING EACH SIDE SIDE HALF VOTE VOTEAmerican VOTEAmerican American Nominees for Counclt CouncltFirst CouncitFirst + First wardLOfig term J B BMoreton BMoreton + + Moreton short term J V MeKln MeKlnm MeKlnSecond MeKlnSecond + + t m + + + + Second wardLong term E G GODonnell GODonnell + + ODonnell sbort term Captain C CH CHReed + + H HReed Reed ReedThird + 3 + Third wardLong term tl1liam P PDavis PDavis + + + Davis abort tort term Thomas Mat Matthews Matt + t + thews thewsFourth + + + 3 + Fourth wardLong term W Mont MontFerry + 4 Ferry short term V C Lon LonFirth + + 4 4Fifth + Firth wardLong term Martin E EMulvey EMulvey...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 September 1909

1 THE HERALtrREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 7 WhatsWhati All the T nne Sporls AMEffiCAN ti lAM E R ICA N LEAGUE L LEADERS EA DERS O BOTH < LOSE TheSportingAuthority of Salt Lake I FAVORITES STILL STILLvI11 STIUWIN WIN AT RACES RACESTalent Talent and Public Pleased as asForm asForm Form and Good Sport SportIs Is Seen SeenThe The exceIKlonally high percentage of ofV ofwinning V winning favorite In hor horse e racing from frombarrier fromI I barrier to wire seen at Buena Vista wall wasthe 1 1the the rule yesterday when a another ther repre representative repreSentative sentative crowd was on hand for the thesport theEport sport sportWhlle EportWhile While the form wa upheld and the thetalpDt thetalent talent got off away the best of the day daythere daythere there was a good plenty In the way of oflntentlon offlteflttOfl lntentlon and from a spectacular stand standpoint standpoint point the raced were exciting excitingIn In the first race about the only surpti8e...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 September 1909

K r 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 T Mines and nd Mini Mining n g Sloe Stocksj Is I SAYS CLIPPER CLIPPERORES CLIPPERORES1LL ORES ORES1LL Will PAY PAYAverage PAYAverage Average of 577 a Ton in inGold inGold Gold Believed to Assure AssureDividends AssureDividends Dividends DividendsSampJln8S DividendsSampIIng SampJln8S of ten faces of ore In vail variOU9 vailGus Gus parts of the Clipper mine In WOOd WOOdRiver WoodRiver River ltltrlct taken by E G Coffin CoffinsuperIntendent 1 superIntendent < of the Lower Mammoth Mammothmine Mammothn1ne mine upon his recent v181t to Idaho re returned teturned turned the av avrag rap value of 677 a ton tonIn tonhi In gold no lead or sliver and a trace tracef traceuf uf f copper The ore bcdies IalDpled va varipd vard ripd In thlcknea from 18 Inches to four fourand fourand and o onehalf half feet The average value valuejoWn valueliown joWn by the assays was not so o high as asthe asthe the ore was xpected to nm but upo...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 September 1909

Q QTHE I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 9 L Financialand FinanciaI and CommerciaU Commercial UNITED STATES STATESSTEfL STATESSTEELAT STEfL STEELAT AT HEAD HEADWall r Wall Street Buyers Show Re Renewed Renewed newed Confidence in inthe inthe the Market MarketWHOLE MarketWHOLE WHOLE LIST ON THE BOOM BOOMV BOOMFAVORABLE V FAVORABLE REPORT MADE BY BYTHE BYTHE THE COPPER TRADE TRADENew TRADENew New York Sept 7There aeemad to tobe tobe be an acceMkJn of contldence today todayamong todayamong among apeoulative buyers and holders of ofstocks ofstocks stocks founded on the th mere pa paIng tng of ofthe ofthe the two holiday holidayThe holkinyLThe The Imprew imprive ve buying was In United UnitedStutes UnitedStates States Steel and wall of a breadth and andvolume andvolume volume that gave It the semblance of a amiscellaneous arniEceiIaneou miscellaneous demand from idepread wideepreadpublic idepreadpublic public sources The intimations given by bybrokers byhrok...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 September 1909

10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES GUARDIANSHIPNOTI NOTICES NOTICESConsult NOTI C ES ESConsult Consult county clerk or the respecUe respecUesIgners roecttvep p sIgners for further Information InformationIN informationIN IN IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PROLate bate Division In and for Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty county State of Utah In the matter matterof of the estate and guardianship of The ThedorE Th Thodor I odor McLane Bruback and Jessie JessieI JeuiEElizabeth Elizabeth I izabet h Bruback Minors Notice NoticeThE NoticeTbe ThE petition of Jessie McLane Bru Bruba Bruiiauk ba iiauk k the guardian of the persons and andstates andestates states of Theodore McLane Bruback Brubackand and Jessie Elizabeth Bruback minors minorsfor minorsfor for confirmation of sale of the foI foIIowlnit following lowing described real estate to wit witBgirmlng witThglrtning Bgirmlng at the northwet COler of oftH oftn tH t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 September 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY TUESDAYSEPT SEPT 28 1909 11 I Ii IifUeraldmRepublican fUeraldmRepublican Want Ads 5c a Line Why Pay More I DIED DIEDSlUTH DIEDSMITHAt SlUTH SMITHAt = At Lehi Sept ZS Sarah A ASmith ASrntth Smith aged 78 years yearsFuneral yearsFuneral Funeral ervices were held Monday at atI at2pm 2pm I p m FUNERAL DIRECT DIREOTOREBER OR OREI3BR EBER W HALL Undertaker Bmalm Bmalm4r mba1mr 4r r IIJ1 So W r Temple Both phones WI WIFLORISTS 1019FLORISTS FLORISTS FLORISTSWALTER FLORISTSWALTER WALTER W KING FLORIST 214 E 3d d South Phones n Speclallllt on onfuneral onunera1 funeral designs and everything floraL floraLE E 1 A LAMBOURINE FLORAL CO CONo CoNo No 8 South Main with WillesHome WillesHomeD WItIeHorneDrug D Drug ug Co Leading Florists on fnneral fnneraldedgnA fnneraldesigns designs Phones 314 314RICHARD 314RICHARD RICHARD E EVANS SO MAIN MAINst st Both POO1es 5G1 R8IIId8lHle 14ft 14 In Indlana Indiana diana avenue LOST LOSTLOSTLady LOSTLOHTLady LO...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 September 1909

rli rlif < f 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 28 1909 SALT SALTIAKE LAKf un unNOTHING LEFTNOTHINGUNDONE NOTHING NOTHINGUNDONE NOTHINGUNDONEHigh UNDONf UNDONfHigh High Praise Given Citizens by byLocal byLocal Local Executive Committee Committeeon 1 on G A R Encampment EncampmentGRAND EncampmentGRAND GRAND SUCCESS ACHIEVED ACHIEVEDF F M STERRETT GIVEN REBUKE REBUKEIN IN PLAIN LANGUAGE LANGUAGEThe The Th 10000l executive committee of the theftyth1rl thethIrJ ftyth1rl thIrJ national encampment of the theGrand ther Grand r tiid Army of the Republic met yeeter yeeterafttrnoon e ter ter1l1Y 1l1Y aft afttrnoon rnoon at the Commercial club and andrftd andU U rftd tt d an address to the public In which whicharnest whichI I arnest thanks are extended to all cltl cltlns citiLIS ns for or their loyal aid and In n which the theations thea ations a tflS of Colonel Frank M Sterntt ex exe exitivo e utlve director an characterIzed d as die dishyal hyal 41 and discourte 18 1...

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