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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 September 1909

Iii 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPT 30 1909 1 1Wha Tr r Wha Whaes I Whe T me arts STAR TEAMS OF MAJORS TO PLAY HERE TheS The Theof of Salt ift yakeority ority ANOTHER VICTIM VICTIMOF OF SPEED LUST LUSTCar LUSTANOTHER Car Turns Turtle in th the Long LongI II I Island Auto Races Klllmg KlllmgOne KillingOne One Injuring Another AnotherJ AnotherY Y J River Head L I Sept IThe death deathof < of one man and the serious injury of an anW another W other caused by the upaettlng or a sixty slxtyhorsepower sixtyhorsepower horsepower machine going at the rate of ofEixtyfive ofsixtyfive Eixtyfive mlle an hour marred the Long LollII LongIsland Island I < land automobile derby run over a astretch astretch stretch or twentytwo miles or open roadvay road roadI I vay in Suffolk county The car to come comet t grief was the Apperson driven by Her Herbrt Herbrt brt L Lytle with whom was his me mej mechanician hanlelan James Bates The car swerved swervedsharply swervedsharp...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 30 September 1909

cI cIy c cD y D 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPT 30 1909 BALLOONS MAn MAnPOOR MAKEPOORSHOVIING POOR POORSHOVIING POORSHOVIINGI SHOWING SHOWINGBaldwin I Baldwin and Tomlinson Came CameDown CameL L Down From the Clouds in inShort inShort Short Order OrderAEROPLANES OrderAEROPLANES AEROPLANES DID BETTER BETTERWRIGHT BETTERWRIGHT WRIGHT AND CURTISS MADE MADESUCCESSFUL MADESUCCESSFUL SUCCESSFUL FLIGHTS FLIGHTSNew New York Sept Sept IWUbur Wibur Wright Wrght dr drcl crckd cl ckd d the get grat sttu atatue of Libty Liberty at the theentranee entranc entranee to New York in his hisaroplane hisaerop1ne aroplane aerop1ne to to4iy whil while in th the uppr upper prt prtof part partof of the ciy city two drbl dlrtglbl blons balloons faild faildjnglory ailed ailedr r jnglory J rsg1oi1ousy In n ther their tk task This This tb the nrt nrtay rlnt rlnttlay tlay ay of fllht flight of th the HuFult HudsonFulton cle clebrton cele celeoration brton oration wa wae I a vcor vIctory...

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

i r THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPT 30 1909 9 9Herald 9lleraidRepllbiiean Herald lleraidRepllbiiean Republiean Want Ads Ads5c 5c a Line Why Pay More LOST LOSTL LOSTLOST WI I L LOST LOST36 reward to the person return returnIng Ing my black Columbia bicycle No 50 50chalnless 50cha1nIe chalnless extra high frame D H An Andrew Andrew drew Dt 4 1st avenue Ind 3601 1 or Ben BenEx BeltEr Ex 2 2LOSTLadys 24 24LOSTLids LOSTLadys alll lllgator < < ator pocketbOok be between between tween tth th and 10th W on Jd So or O In Inthat 1ffthat that vicinity containing papers with name nameon nameon on and BOOlA oni change Return to 1112 W WI V V1st 1st st So Reward RewardLOSTFrom RewardLOSTFrom I LOSTFrom Seventh East car bern bern3uly banJuly July 23 one white horse 800 UO lbs shoo shoocompletely shodcompletely completely short rope attached Return 65 5 West 4th South Reward RewardLOSTCameo RewardLOSTCameo LOSTCameo brooch has picture of ofchurch ofchurch church and lit...

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

Lu L 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPT 30 1909 1909Lu AVER PROMOTERS PROMOTERSRUlNfD PROMOTERSA A RUlNfD RUINEDCOMPANY RUINEDCOMPANYFraud COMPANY COMPANYFraud Fraud and Collusion Charged ChargedAgainst ChargedAgainst Against Officers of Defunct DefunctConcern DefunctConcern Concern ConcernH H L THOMAS IN CONTEMPT CONTEMPTESCAPES ESCAPES JAIL SENTENCE BY AN ANSWERING ANSWERING SWERING CROSSEXAMINER CROSSEXAMINERTh Thrit Th t an effort will be Iwutf to prove provetl1t proveflmt tl1t th dffunct Salt Lake Pub1lc Service Servicelfoany Servicee e lfoany was wrecked b by Its promoters prolJ1tersa a all nilera WIUI shown In the Third die distnt dietnt tnt court yesterday when hen the case was was1lr wasd1d d1d 1lr bpfore Judge C W Mor Morse e on peti petition petit tion t n If L V B Albertson receiver to sell llelltcr sellwvtcr wvtcr tcr rights and other ats of the com comI cornpuny I puny > n > nn fl behalf of the many creditors creditorsar c...

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

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPT 30 1909 FLIES DANGEROUS DANGEROUSFOES FOES TO HUMANS HUMANSProf Prof John Z Brown Says Dis Diseases Diseases eases Will Continue Until UntilPests UntilPests Pests Are Killed KilleJohn KilledJohn John Z Brown 888lstant professor of ofhysloIocY ofIhysiology + hysloIocY and hygiene at the Unlver UnlverRity University Rity of Utah delivered a lecture Wednea Wedneaday ednes ednesday day afternoon to the normal students on onThe onThe The Relation of the Fly to the Spread Spreadof I of Dl Disease ea Professor Drown described deacribedthe I Itl tl the various kinclll of fiietl the way they theybreed theybreed breed and carry di8eaae He then spoke spokeof of Jlr precaution precautionEvery utlona utlonaj Every j < very case of typhoid said Professor Professorw > r rBroV1I w brown come from some previous case caseThe caseThe The idea of the spontaneous disease has hasn hasteen teen < n done one away with by the strides in inbatrl...

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

Liir 12 ThE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPT 30 1909 4 l Mines and Mining Stocks j SilVER ISLAND ISLANDiN iN NEW SHOOT SHOOTDisclosures Disclosures on South End of ofCoalition of1I Coalition Assure Steady SteadyOutput SteadyOutput 1I Output OutputConfirmation OutputConfirmation Confirmation of reports ot important importantore ore dIsclosures on th the southerly and of ofthe ofr r the SHYer Island Coalition Mines com companys cornanys panys Emancipator claim as well as asInformation asInformation Information concerning favorable de deVdopmcnts deVcopments Vdopmcnts in other portions ot the theompans thecompanys ompans property In Silver Island Islanddistrict Islanddistrict district were brought by I E Pratt Prattsecretary Prattsecretary secretary of the company who arrived arrivedIn In the city yesterday from camp campHighgrade campHighgrade Highgrade ore in shlpplnk quanti quantities quantities ties has been opened In two places placessouth placessouth south of th...

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

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPT 30 rn 1909 qq 13 i LFinancial Finandal and Commercial I PRICES BID UP UPIN UPIN IN WALL 1ALLSTREET 1ALLSTREETFush STRHT STRHTRush Rush to Buy Early in the Day DaySucceeded DaySucceeded Succeeded by the Usual UsualReaction UsualReaction Reaction ReactionHEAVY ReactionHEAVY HEAVY REALIZING SALES SALESIMPORTANT SALESIMPORTANT IMPORTANT PART PLAYED BY BYPROSPECT BYPROSPECT PROSPECT OF DIVIDENDS DIVIDENDSNew New York Sept T The stok stock spula spulation apecua apecuation at tody but the thestrin thestraIn tion opn opened a glop gallop toay strin straIn of the pc pace bm became obvius obsious erly erlyIn early earlySn In the day Te The rh to buy and bi bkl up upfrlce Up3rlce frlce 3rlce mad made an ecit excited opning opening which whichfpread i rpread fpread prc pilces of the spulatve speculative favorites favoriteson on Bmultnus simultaneous transctons Iranwactions whih whihrfache which whichoached rfache oached a as much as 20000 ...

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

0 14 1 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPT 30 1909 I TOMATOES MUST MUSTBE MUSTFIRSTCLASS BE FIRSTCLASS FIRSTCLASSUtah Utah Canning Factories Have HaveBegun HaveBegun Begun to Enforce Strin Stringent Stringent gent Rules RulesTi1Jt That some of the canning factories of ofI 1 f 11 Flu Ill s ideal sanitary conditions and and1H andLave Lave 1H Aopted etrlqent rules in regard rqardt t J HK tT e tomatoes used In their output Is Ist ist t r rI Irt brought back from Cache and andJ J x 1 tdr r counties b by Willard Hanson Haneonr Lt r t t cairy ry and food commissioner MrH Mr MrH H > r rt 1 ha just completed an inpee inpeet t of f the factories In that part ot the thelLt thertt lLt n l Jf are only one or two of the thet t ty m factories In the state old olda a 1 1 n which are not to be recom recomr r 1 I 1 said Mr Han Hanson on yesterday yesterdayIC IC I r nditlons have been greatly Im ImI I hl lhe a year ago and some ot oft t ar r nnlng factories are absolutely absolut...

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

I T I 14 14Pages Theres work for fora a want wantad nt THE T E METALS METALSSilver METALSI METALSWeather Weather WeatherToday Weatheradwhen WeatherPages V ad adwhen when youve lost or orfound orIflterMtunta1 Silver 51V4c 51V4cCopper Today TodayFair Pages found f fornidsomething oun d something some tho mg Copper cathodes 12c 12cLead Lead 440 per 100 Ibs Fair FairInterAfcuntaln FairI I InterAfcuntaln I Vol l 01 terlrount 16 1 No o lr 50 Republican O SALT CAl T LAKE I At CITY ITV UTAH uTAh FRIDAY DIflAV OCTOBER ArTADrD UULfl 1 I I 1909 lflAfl I Price Pri ee 5 Cents C en 13 The Salt Vol Lake 157 ke Hpia H Hrai No ra1 2 < 1 1Vol PEARYS ARYS SHIP SHIPEAT TO APPEAR IN INGREAT INGREAT GREAT EAT NAVAL PARADE TODAY I sPARY TO Of OfIN BEIN IN COMMAND COMMANDo o nooninous o mous Arctic Explorer Will WillNot WillNot WillNot ° Not Discuss the Controversy ControversyWith With Cook While He Is in inNew inNew inNew New York but Will Wait WaitHIS vyait vyaitHIS Wait1us HIS CAPTAIN HOWEVER HOWEVER...

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

j 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1909 r 7 COULD NOT IT AW AWNATURES AWAITNATURES I Id d NATURES NATURESCOURSE NATURESCOURSEMen COURSE COURSEMen Men in Various Conditions in inLife inLife inLife Life Bid Farewell to toEarth toEarth toEarth Earth EarthQUEER EarthQUEER EarthE EarthQUEER E QUEER CASE OF A SOLDIER SOLDIERMALAY SOLDIIRMALAY SOLDIERY Y MALAY FISHERMAN HANGED HANGEDHIMSELF HANGEDHIMSELF HANGEDHIMSELF HIMSELF BY THE FEET FEETNew FEETNew FEETNew New York Sept 30 30Worrles Worries by the theresponsibility theresponslbmt theresponsibility responsibility of assisting the aeronauts aeronautsWilbur aeronautsWilbur aeronautsn n Wilbur Wright and Glenn H Curtiss Curtissin In preparations for their aeroplane aeroplaneflights aer aeroplaneflights plane planeflights flights at Governors Island Quarter Quartermaster Quartermaster Quartermaster ¬ master Sergeant James Caron of com company company cornpany ¬ pany I Twentyninth Infantry com committed committed ...

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

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 11909 1909 3 i I NEWS OF UTAH UY N AND ADJOINING STATES SlA YES I I Ogden News NewsOffice i Office Office410 410 Twentyfifth street streetCirculation 6treetCirculation streetCfrcuatjon Circulation Department 36S Twenty Twentyfifth Twentyfifth Twentyflfth fifth Street StreetOgden StreetOgden Ogden Friday Oct 1 W C T T1 U U1 ELECTS HtCTSNEW ELECTSi i i NEW NEVIOFFICERS NEVIOFFICERSSalt OFF OFFSalt OFFICmS OFFICmSSalt Salt Lake Delegates Chosen for forImportant fOlImp forImportant Important Imp rtant Places at the theClosing theClosing theClosing Closing Session SessionSpecial Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanOgden Ogden Sept 30 3OThc The state convention conventionof of the W C T U came to a close at atnoon atnoon itnoon noon today toda after a three days successful successfulcession successfulGesslon successfulcession cession cessionA A brief session was held during the theforenoon theforenoon theI I forenoon af...

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

9 4 THE HERALDREBUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1909 THE SALT LAKE LAKEHERALDREPUBLICM LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEThe HERALDREPUBLICM HERALDREPUBLICMThe The InterMountain Inter Mountain Republican RepublicanEst Est Feb 12 190The ISOSV ISOSVThe 1906 1906The The Salt Lake Herald HeraldKit HeraldCEAt Kit June 6 1870 1870Only 187QOnly 1870Only Only Republican Republ1 an Daily Newspaper In Salt Lake > City Utah UtahTerms UtahTerms UtahTerms Terms of Subscription SubscriptionDAILY DAILY AND SUNDAY SUNDAYOne one month 75 75cents 75cents 15cents cents one year J800 00 SlT SUNDAYOne > JDAYOne year J200 SEMI WEEILYIn WEEKLY In advance one oneyear onoyear oneyear year J150 six months 75 cents centsSubscribers centsSubscribers centsSubscribers Subscribers wishing address of paper paperchanged paperchanged paperchanged changed must give former as well as aspresent 3Spresent aspresent present address All papers are continued until explicit explicitorder explicItorder explicitord...

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

< 1 1THE THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1909 5 5u u Have You Bought BoughtYourRange Your Youror Range Iti n g e or Hee Heater H eai ter terDinwoodys t e r at atDinwoodys t T Dm Dinwoodys woody s Clearance ClearanceSale r Sale Now N ow In Progress Progressr y The best values ever given in standard stoves stovesin in the west and the only reason we have for formaking formaking formak 4 making mak + ne so wholesale a slaughter slaug ter of the entire entireline entireline r line is that were closing out this branch of our ourbusiness ourbusiness business completely completelyThe F The heaters are the Celebrated i U Oaks OaksThe OaksThe OaksThe The Ranges are the Standard Universals uUniversalsSee UniversalsSee See the way we are selling Ranges RangesRegular RangesRegular Regular 6500 Range RangeYou d + ry 4700 47 00 O You buy now for forEegular forRegular p t Regular S5300Itange 5300 Range RangeYou C p 3920 39 20 o You buy now for forEegular forRegular P 7...

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

1 q 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1 L1909 1909 Whats Wha All What the eaV Time in Sports SportsAll ors GREAT JOY AT DETROIT 1 1All I Every very Stroke 01 This Engine Engineaves EnginSaves Enginewith I Saves aves You Y on Money MoneyTHE With 3500 3500With Complete CompleteEquipment Equipmentf Equipment EquipmentTHE f i4 i4q t P F q 1 a aw w f ad cc a aw w l r 1 a 11FNa M MF Mf + j F a f r 1 k kS 1 a p t r r rI S c Ir4 y141 I A I a ° rd g + k q Kr I hl fh IE 1 1 1w w ar g II THE 1910 THOMAS FLYER FLYERS FL YER YERAstonishing Astonishing S 4D s ia Price Great Improvement Great GreatUnrivalled Power PowerUnrivalled PowerUnrivalled Unrivalled Performance Performancei PerformanceEspecially i Especially Designed and Constructed to Eclipse EclipseCompetition EclipseCompetition EclipseCompetition Competition and Win Absolute Leadership LeadershipExperts Leadership1xperts LeadershipExperts Experts Chauffeurs and Automobilists Auto mobihats Are Cordially Invited t...

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

r 1 1THE c j THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1909 7 fi TIGERS WIN OUT TheSportingAuthority TheSportingAuthorityof TheSs of Salt ift Lake ority JEFF W ANIS 150000 10 FIGHT Paris Sept 30 roJames James J Jeffries EM fheAmerican he heAmerican American heavyweight who has been beentraining beentrainIng beentraining training here for his proposed fight with Jack Johnson said today that he had al almost almost almost ¬ most completely recovered from the cold coldwhich coldwhich coldwhich which he contracted several days ago agowhile agowhIle agowhile while attending the races He will ill leave for London next Tuesday and will sail sailtor for the United States on Oct 19 19Jeffries 19Jeffries 19Jeffries Jeffries expressed himself as disappointed disap disappointed dlappointed ¬ pointed at the themeagre meagre offer of 55000 for forafight fora forafight afight a fight saying sa 1ng I am the champion of the world I have everything to lose and nothing to toeain togain...

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

8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1909 I FRUIT DEALERS DfAURSMORE DEALERSMORECAUTIOUS MORE MORECAUTIOUS MORECAUTIOUSInspector CAUTIOUS CAUTIOUSInspector Inspector Reports That Not NotMuch NotMuch NoMuch Much Wormy Worn Fruit Is Be Being Being Bein ¬ ing in j Bought BoughtCONDEMNS BoughtCONDEMNS Bou jht jhtCONDEMNS CONDEMNS 91 BUSHELS BUSHELSEXTRA EXTRA DEPUTIES CALLED LEAVE LEAVELONG LEAVELONG LEAVELONG LONG BEFORE DAYLIGHT DAYLIGHTFruit Fruit dealers are not accepting accptng much muchniirmy muchwory muchwirmy niirmy wory or diseased dl fruit frit fearing fearng its It de destruction de deztruction ¬ struction at the hands hnds of the county her horticultural bO hertlcultural ¬ ticultural tkuluml inspector Inspctor John P Sorensen Soensn ac according a acrding aiS aiSCording ¬ cording crding to the monthly rep rpt reprt rt of that thatofficial thatoffcal thatcfficia1 official offcal filed fe with wih the county commis commissioners cmmis commisners ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 October 1909

THE HERALDREPUkiCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1909 9 9un un It HeraldRepublican Want Ads Sea Se a Line Why Pay More LOST LOSTLOST LOSTL LOSTLOSr5 LOSTLOSI5 L LOST LOSr5 5 reward to the person pers > n return returnIng returnlng returnlug lug ray ty black Columbia bicycle Np 50 60chalnless 50chalnless 50cha1nles chalnless extra high frame D H An Andrew Andrew Andrew ¬ drew 324 1st avenue Ind 3801 ll or Bell BellEx BellEx BellEx Ex 24 24LOST 24LaSTLeather 4 4LOSTLeather LOST LaSTLeather Leather pocketbook valuable valuablepapers valuablepapers valuablepapers papers receipts from Kimball Storage Storagecompany StoragftcomPiiny StorageCompany company A recommendation from Mar Marcus Marcus Marens ¬ cus Daily to R Smith Return to Her HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublican HeraIdRepublican ¬ aldRepublican office Liberal reward rewardLOST rewardLQSTLadys rewardLOSTLadys LOST LQSTLadys Ladys alligator pocketbook be between between between ¬ tween 9th and 10th W V on 2d d So or In I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 October 1909

ID THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1909 MEAT fROM TWO TWOABATTOIRS TVIOABATTOIRS ABATTOIRS LEGAL LEGALCity City Officials Insist All Slaugh Slaughtering Slaughtering Slaughtering ¬ tering Must Be in Plants PlantsThey PlantsThey PlantsThey They Have Inspected InspectedSAY SAY OTHERS WERE SLOW SLOWWAIT SLOVIWAIT SLOWWAIT WAIT ON INSPECTORS ALTHOUGH ALTHOUGHIMPROVEMENTS ALTHOUGHIMPROVEMENTS ALTHOUGHIMPROVEMENTS IMPROVEMENTS WERE MADE City food and dairy inspectors will willOften willapcn Often their pure food campaign by a aflkht afight afight fight against meat markets which offerfcr offer offerfrr otrarfor for sale meat from uninspected slaugh slaughter tfi houses housesTh hus 8 8Th Th > Murray Jurra Meat Livestock com coml comh l h Y and McMillan Son are the plants plantsiv plantsIlh plantswLt wLt iv Ilh L h have city Inspection and other otherI otherIhwtR I IhwtR MI ihts its will ill have to have their killing killingd d nc at tnese pl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 October 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1909 IT t a ROUTINE WORK WORKATGOLDFIELD AT GOLOfiRD ATGOLDFIELDExpected GOLOfiRDExpected Expected Sensation Over Alas Alaska Alaska Alaska ¬ ka Coal Lands Failed to toMaterialize toMaterialize toMaterialize I Materialize MaterializeGoldfield Goldfield Nev Sept 30 3OThe The Amer American Amerfcan American ¬ ican mining congress devoted todays todayssessions todayssessions todayssessions sessions to receiving the report of the thespecial thepeclal thespecial special committee on the revision of ofthe ofthe ofthe the Alaska mining laws adopted reso resolutions resolutions resolutions ¬ lutions endorsing the Roosevelt con conservation consrvatlon conservatlon ¬ servation of natural resources policy policyand poHcyand policyand and urging the creation of inland wa waterways waterways waterways ¬ terways commissions and to the dis discussion discussion diseussion ¬ cussion of a number of minor resolu resolutions rsolutions resolut...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 1 October 1909

i 1 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1909 Mines and Mining Min ng Stocks NINING EXPERT EXPERTDULY EXPERTDULYEXCITED DULY DULYEXCITED DULYEXCITEDOne EXCITED EXCITEDOne One Who Sees Golconda Strike StrikeTalks StrikeTalks StrikeTalks Talks Only in Exclama Exclamations Exclamations Exciamati ¬ tions tionsDuring tionsDuring ti ons onsDuring During his latest visit to the mines In InIron InIron inIion Iron and Philadelphia canyons south of ofGolconda orGolconda ofGolconda Golconda Nev ev Jesse Fox of o this city citywitnessed citywitnessed citywitnessed witnessed the phenomenon of a cold coldblooded coldblooded coldblooded ¬ blooded mining expert getting excited over overa a gold strike Herriman geologist of the theTTmon the1nlon the1Jnon TTmon Pacific Railway company had been beensent beensent beensent sent by leading officials of the railway railwaycompany railwaycompany railwaycompany company who are large owners of the theNevadaOmaha theNevadaOmaha theNeva...

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