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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

I I I I ' 4m Vol. 4; No. 17. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH JANUARY 7, 1905. Prick 5 Cbnts I ! II 1 H The State Legislature H mumi B The legislature will meet on Mon- B day next and orgonlze for Iho session. B The senate Is composed of eighteen B members, llfteen of whom are Repub- B icans ani tnree Domcrats- Tne B house has forty-five members, forty- B two Republicans and three Demo- B crats, making the total membership B of botn nouses C3 of whom 57 are Re- B puhlicans and C are Democrats. S. H. B Lvo and Wesley K. Walton are the B leadlLd candidates for the presidency B of ,ne senate while Thomas Hull Is Bi tfle favorite for speaker of the house. B L076 and Hull are both from Salt B Llko county and If the two chief B Places of honor go to them the coun- B tfy wil1 claim about every- B tnInS else In the way of clerkships B anQ PaIa officers of all kinds. The B members will meet in caucus Satur- B day night to decide those questions. B The nrst ballot for United States sen- H ator will take ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

HBllll ' I'll - 2 T R. IJ T H . 3M k UH i The Tribune is now openly engaged IH i in a campaign of intimidation of wit- IH " nesscs who will bo called for the de- 1H ? fenso in the Smoot case. In tho pa- H f Per attacks are mado openly while tho H f ,l ' gang in a more private way are mak- ! i, . ing their threats that they will see B ', J to it that tho political aspirations of IflB ,J witnesses who say a good word for VXI ! Senator Smoot or tho Mormon people Bl j"' are forever blasted. HUH i ii'i JaNM , A George Sutherland, senatorial can- HR I ' didate, has opened headquarters at the HtH I ' Kcnyon hotel, where he will bo pleased lHllll! ! to see his friends. It's a cinch that iHM !. ' Mr. Sutherland will bo elected, but 9H I j tho Kearns crowd are keeping up tho dllik !i I ng,,t on Mn Sutherland with great 99H !S : activity. A few members of the legis- feS '!?, : lnture, may bo 5 or G, may possibly 9H , ' bo induced to vote for Judge Bartch Bq ll J j who is being pushed by the Ke...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

TRUTH. 3 I SCENE INGREAT SALT LAKE ( ill BAD INFLUENCE OF DIRT. Undoubtedly Exercises a Deleterious Moral Ctfect. Dirt Is contagious. If anybod doubts It let hini observe tho street' Uttered with all sorts of rubbish, the offer a positive Invitation to over body to toss or sweep his surplus ma tcr Into them. If tho streets wei kept In a proper state of cleanllnes no decent person at least would thin of throwing anything upon the roaf way or In the gutters. There Is alp a moral effect. Cleanly surrounding teget clean habits. Children going i and from school aro unconsciously 1: Ouenced by what they see, and dirt streets being a standing example intldlness In those to whom thoy m urally look for leading, they grow 1 different and careless. Thus the tolc atlon of dirt on tho streets bcconn not only a menace to health, but v. influence for evil. Considerations this sort may have no placo in tin average alderman's mind, which seen to take Its Inspirations from medlew times when the publi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

iH III ' IN j 7; 4"- TRUTH, I' IN THE SOCIAL REALM. Miss Annie Raymond of Logan Is a guest of Miss Virginia Bush. Leroy A. Palmer, who spent the holidays in tho city has returned to Mrs. Ida S. Dusonborry is a guest at tho Boattlo homo on West Tomplo Tho Woman's club will meet next Tuesday nt the homo of Mrs. H. V. Mrs. W. W. Armstrong entertained tho members of tho 600 Card club Wednesday. Miss Alice Reynolds and Miss VI lato Elliott of Provo are visiting friends in the city. Judge and Mrs. Ellas A. Smith loft Thursday morning for an eastern vis it of somo length. Dr. J. O. Edio of Grand Rapids Is In tho city, tho guest of his daughter, Mrs. Edward S. Forry. Tho Third Street Card club will meet next Thurseday with Mrs. Georgo Putnam on S street. Dr. A. D. Molvln is homo from Boiso, whoro ho went to bo a guest of tho governor at tho inauguration. Miss Blanche Strlckloy is in Bing ham visiting her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Strlckloy. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Miller and their...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

1 TRUTH. 5 T I "rPRES'DENT ROOSEVELT I W RULE HIS PARTY? ft Many observeMhc phenomenal I Irl y of both the popular and clec- I votes secured by Mr. Roosevelt I J !r? November seem inclined to pre- II '? ,t the leaders of the Republi. II ilC! Sr ty in congress, though they M,v hes tato and delay, will ultimate- ifcar 3 out any plans deliberately Lned and earnestly advocated by resident It is an interest ng H ilmi the forecast is not warranted I four political history. In 1808 James i Madison obtained 122 against electoral votes, yet he was so far rom dominating the Demcrontic-Re- ublican party that Henry Clay and nfher rising men in congress forced 1 Sn him against his will the "Young ' -s war" of 1812. Indeed, it looked at one time as if his party would ro- ,...- to give Madison a renomlnation. n 1852, Franklin Pierco got 254 I nzalnst 42 electoral votes, yet, far I from dominating his party, he was dominated by It, the leaders compell I rg him to champion a repeal of the JIIscourl ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

SDMI "'' ll 1 6 TRUTH- ui ih ra ill i ' mh air EB ll Resents Reference to "Coppers." Ml If! - "What do von mean by talking MM ! about 'coppers' before mo?" said a Bfi li 'J London magistrate to a man In tho mB I '-' dock. "It Is a gross lmportlnenco to BS I, ,"( refer to tho pbllco as 'coppers' In a MB i court, of Justice." IBB V j ! Many Species of Animals. nfl h' Four hundred thousand species of H:!j animals aro now known to exist, nc- IHB J I ! cording to tho latest report of tho HH I , French natural history museum. Of H9H : " ' spldors alono there are 20,000 different W!"::Ji wna. I' li ii in i- i i RJB Kl j ' The Business Poet. BJ if 1 "John's tho poet with tho truo busi- IB I 1 ' noss Instinct," said tho wlfo. "He has ME I j J 1 Just swapped a sonnet for a fat turkoy mm i ? I1 j ' and a love song for two gallons of mo- Hjl J j lasses!" Atlanta Constitution. IB j 'M Everybody Kicks River. h ! ' At a debato in tho Preston (Eng- IB 1 'I land) town council a member said that BK f...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

B mH I TRUTinr. 7 i I Change Name of Almshouses. I rn order that no stigma may attach I M those born in them, the names of i Fnellsh almshouses or workhouses aro I betas changed. They are known by I S names as "The Holly Trees," III "The Cedars," "Ransomo Lodge," Uj hlch look all right on a birth certi- H ftcate. Bj Gas Bad for Sleepers. I Gas burners should never be left H lighted after the children aro asleep, for gas spoils the air for tho sleeper. A night-light will give all the light B needed to prevent alarm should tho B little ones awako and find they are H -'one. B Following Directions. "The Homo Magazine," chuckled tho counterfeiter, as ho slipped a bunch B of fresh greenbacks Into his wife's B pUrs0, "says that the most acceptable B presents for our dear ones are things re have made ourselves." I B The Sewing Circle Vindicated. B Ever remark that a loafer Is always B slum; that ho Is always saying dis- B agreeable things? Tho contented, help- B ful, useful men aro tho men ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

- I ; ! TRUTH. I 1;J TRUT1 HB 11' I Issued Wooltly by H J Truth Publlshlno Company. H I1!,! Westom Newspaper Union Hiillcllnir, 211 BBJBJ i , South Wot Tomplo Strept, J Lii; ' Suit Lake City. HH ! ! ; John W. Hughes, Editor andManager B j M Unterod Juno 19, 1001, ut Salt Laic City, Utah BBBff iff J ' as second-class mutter underact of Conross HH r L . of MaroUS, 1870' HH 1 ' Terms of Subscription. HB JM ONH YHAll In nilvuncn) $2.00 H ' i' ' SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 HR M ' THUMB MONTHS (In mlviiiico) 75 HIVJ Jk'f FostmastorHsondlnusubsorlptlons to TltUI II BUB it i may rotain 25 por cent of mibijor ptlon prlco RBGf t j -T ns commission. BBBu V i ' UKl 'f 1 , - If tho paper Is nut doslrcd bayond the data BBBP H subscribed for, tlio publication should bo BBS T i. notlllod by lottor two weeks or moro boforo HBf i.j, I t tho term oxplrrB. BBSS f t BR ? Discontinuances. RQ ; i Komombor that tho publisher must bo notl BB li ; J Hod by loltor wlion a subscriber wishes his BHB J II 3 pap...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

TRUTH- 9 J I "rfthewinion that tho writer of I I m Jmntory article Is an annpx to I thteffltSs3Ion of this state by the ?S and she hates the Mormons marriase, ana w g th Gen. I S!! m,JChh,t there is much more hate in tlleS than love and she uses tho herif Homo Mission Monthly to re-?ptBh-?oMier surplus gall. I am lleVhat the Rev. L. J. Baker or the ure that Dinolmson BaptlBt mission- 'T' 'f TTHh do not approve of such t'and samlerous statements. They Sir as 4oll as every sensible person h,i filsehcod slander or ridicule do t rS 'converts. The Rev. I, J. Ser has done good and lasting work I .near River Valley. Tho little hurch that he organized there raised nwrtSOO for a new church last week and rne contributor, a Mormon, sub bribed ?75t """ I believe tho Revs. Baker and John cnn will resent the gross slander In the llartist Homo Mission Monthly. Yours truly, 1 V. S. PBET. Jan. 4, 1905. UINTAH RESERVATION OPENING. I There has been some question among the people of Utah as to the time...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

jHfvHI 1 1 If 1 1 12 TRU TH. H '' 'I ; J The Good Old Tlmeo. B M f When Benjamin Franklin took the H noQ from Philadelphia to Now Yoilt M 1 "0 spent four days on llio Joiitnry. gEtll; ' Ho tells "a that, as the old driver flBt ' Jogged along, ho spent his time knit HHIlP i ting stockings. Two stage coaches PmH! I'1 f nUd ,ght ,10rscs sufficed for all tnc 4HH jj ;i ; f commorco that wa3 carried on be- US i'i1'1 i tween Boston and Now York, and In 9H ' i '' r winter tho Journey occupied a week. 9HS r ' t Success. huh i Hb 'I ' 'l Happiness In Poetry. BHi I There aro so many holy nnd tende HN f J ' emotions flying about In our inwnri' SHIi';,' world, which, Lite angels, cm noor Hm l j f assumo tho body of an outward art Hi l , . so many rich nnd lovely flowers spriir JH ' ' "P which bear no seed, Hint it Is s H i ! j happiness poetry was iitvontc 1, wh'c' I Hjl ' i ' receives into its limbers all t'-ose in HE J jj ii . corporeal spirits, nnd tho perfume o' HI i I 4 al theso flowers. Je...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

I TRUTH 111 I THE CHEAPNESS OF BEAUTY. I BY ERNEST CROSBY. if wo see a tendency to polarization I m society, the ugly forces of produc i n huddling together at one end and he more sightly ones of luxurious ex penditure at the other, wo may per mds imagine this tendency carrying Itself to its logical limit and all tho dirty work of tho country or of tho world corraled and localized in some concentration camp, whence by some wireless system its benefits could bo spread over tho face of humanity. Wo might take the region of Pittsburgh for Instance and deflect the economic ails of the earth, until it became tho social and industrial South Pole, and, as soon as any man anywhere began to indulge in some unbeautlful means ot livelihood, he could be banished to the Forks of tho Ohio, and there per mitted to defile Creation as ho pleas ed. The counties which are grouped about Fort Duquesne are already a good deal of a purgatory. Why not make an inferno of thorn, so as to let the rest of tho ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

Ikir 12 TRUTH. I HI i- Lawyer's Directory. If For handy reference, Truth prints i the list of Salt Lako's practicing ', lawyers, with their addresses. If any ' names aro omitted, or if tlioro arc any errors in the- list, corrections and ad- ' 5 dltions will bo made on receipt of notl- Adams, Thos. 720 McCornick Block. Anderson, J. R. 58 Hooper Block. I Anderson, T. J. 58 Hooper Block. Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Block. 1 Backmnn, O. II. 32 Main St. ! Bniloy, L. J., Jr., 7 Dos, Ntl. Bk. Bids. I Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. , ' Barnes, A. R 212 S. Main. Bennett & Bioror 1C3 S. Main. Bird, W. II 400 Scott-Strovcll Bldg. ' Booth, Leo & Ritchie 500 Auorhach. Boswcll, Wm. 401 McCornick Block. Botkin, Theo. 153 Keith Building. I Bowdlo, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. : Bowman, J. M. 131 D. I Walker. Boyd, C. W. 004 McCornick Block. - Bradley & RIschol 300 Atlas Block. '), Braffct, M. P. 517 Dooly Bloclc. " ;, ' Bramol, W. II. 101 Auerhnch Block. F Breedon & White 311 D. F. Walke...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

I r TRUTH. 1 I c , I , i THE SOENIO LINE TO OLENWOOD SPRINGS, ASPEN, LEADVILLE, PUEBLO, COLORADO SPRINGS, DENVER, OMAHA, KANSAS OITY, ST. LOUIS, OHIOAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST Oanneetlnc at Ojrden Union Depot with 80UTII15RN PACIFIC ana OnEOOM SHOUT LINK TRAINS. Tho Only Transcontinental Um B Puling Dlreotly Through Bait Lake City. I 3 8rLKNDIDLY EQUIPPED FAST TKAINB DAILY DET1TIIKN bk B OGDEN AND DENVEH $ VIA TORRE SEPARATE AND DISTINCT ROUTES -ggaBaBaaawananaBBnaannmaaaaaaBaeneaDeanaaaveBaBaBaaaaaaoeHaaanBaweBaaeaaeBMeuBawBaaw Through Pullman and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to Denvtr, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago without changa, Free Reclining Chair Cars. Personally Conducted Excursions. aaBaaaHiBaBBHeennnBnBnnaaBBBSaaBaaMBBBaaaae9aBBBaaBaBennnameBMHBnnaKBBMMaaneBaHaenaMBi Dime CARS, SERVICE a la CARTE ON ALL through trains For rates, folders, tree llluitrated booklets, eto Inquire of jour aearest ticket agent, specifying the Rio Qrande route, or addrori I. A. BENTON, G. A. P...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

IHwKR-'mB 11 I ill I HI ;i I H TRUTH. Hi! i1 I . Bi 1 GRAND THEATRE Pi ' m 1 "".'.hBagg CONCERT Hi! H' i January 8, 1905. HHI I ! ' March, "Olympla" Clark n ' Selection, "Prolschuota" Weber HUH ;1i Mn ' fl Remlnlsconccs of 100 Years. Clements HJB I' ' (A History of a Military Company.) IHii'i ' Sco Synopsis Below. Hi I- W H'i j ' Violin Solo, "Sereneta"..Moszkowsky HB ! h ', j Mr. Gustav II. Schuster. B '' ' Suite Bemllx H ,i!j "Longing'' Bttll f ' "Meeting" (A Lovo Song) 81 , Soprano Solo, Selected '! ; ' Miss Emily Larsen 1J j Intermezzo, "Mousmo" Eugene mvA -I '' HB l,j i ' Popular Selection from "Dolly Hit t -. Varden" Julian Edwards NR iw if! I " . AMUSEMENTS. I'1' KxEfl f v IfHSll 'l , Salt Lako Thcatro Dark. I IPpIt'' ' ; Grand Theatre "Tho Fatal Scar," i fffafijli' matinee today, performance tonight; B1 ' ', " Hold's band concert tomorrow oven- S '" lns Ijfli'lj ij, I , Utahna Theatre Lindsay Girls in MilHil II ' "The Two Orphans," all wcok. H f '1 ' ' Wm , COMING ATTRACTION...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

I - " IicT oweetness and devotional I a T? S Wrlcally expressive of the I fee & and intent of the songs, al I gff dKlng so widely In senti- 1 "ms Masters lias a most engaging II JJe presence, while her unconscious afeful"033 of manner makes such a H gr i framing to her voice as to JWfa.woHo.thooap. There will be a continuation of the Shakespearean revival next week, B hen Florence Oalo appears In that Unties of comedies, "As You Like u" The engagement Is for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with matl- ee Wednesday. Miss Gale has been delving flattering notices In the ast for the sprightly gaiety with which she Invests the character of nosaline-ono of the most charming nortrayals of Impulsive youth to be found among the Shakespearean hero- Ines. Accordlhg to reports, the Cos- tumlc wardrobes, scenery and stage H mountings are hew, fresh and exact, H een to the smallness of detalh SUp H porting Miss dale, special reference Is made to the acting of George Sylves- ter as Orlando, Mark...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 January 1905

if 16 TRU T H- I il I fH 1 1 15 11 TkT 1 ! ' ' 1 iTl 1111 II H 111 IVtVdrl.fl4ni I 1 ' Ine - I ill ' 1IV I Greatest Gold Mining Camp on Earth I Hundreds are making fortunes daily, and the rush to the camp I continues. So Great an amount of Gold was never I taken from the ledges and veins in so I short a time before. I The Goldfield-Guerdon Mining Co. ; Owns three full claims located in the heart of the Goldfield district, almost I adjoining the Black Buttes and other properties, from which streams I !. of gold are flowing. The company has just been incorporated. I ' with 1,000,000 shares at the par value of $1.00 each fully I paid up and non-assessible. Five Hundred Thousand I I Shares are in the treasury and the balance is off ered I ' II to the public, for a short time only at the low I I II figure of 2c a share. Send check and I I order for shares to B. T. Lloyd, Trustee, I 1 323 D. F. Walker Building, I I Salt Lake City, Utah. 1 1 The average of 27 assays from Goldfield properti...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

ill I Vol. 4; No. 18. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 14, 1905. Prick 5 Cents B : ' BV i n Ml jmmmmm i I II Polygamists in Salt Lake I After all tho fuss, all the row all the I mud that has been thrown at Utah, B all tho allegations about polygamy in- I creasing, all tho false testimony that B has been given by witnesses for the B prosecution in the Smoot case; after B a" the miles of slander, slush and ab- B solute lies that have been printed In B the Kearns organs for tho past two B years. aftor utal1 nas een ma(lG to aP B Pr as tho cesspool of tho United B States, after good .honest people east B and west navo been made to believe B that Salt Lake Is a hades where no B woman Is safo; after all this and a B Ercat deal more, how many polgamlsts ' B do )'ou tlimk there are in Salt Lafco B City? Just 74, all of whom entered H tho polygamic relation heforo tho is- J suanco of the church manifesto for- H bidding polygamy, most of them many H years before It. Thoy are all old peo- H pie. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

unwind i 1 1 jy ii ii i Jin -wBr&nk": : HHH Hf I 2 TR.U TH, 1 H I J h -Some of tlie national guard are not Mm ' jj pleased with Governor Cutler's ap- fH 'I j pointments. No governor can please HW ' H , everybody In the matter of appoint- BUB ij J monts. It looks very much as If tho i 11 H J resignation of Webb and Lund was WM' , 1 prompted more by their failure to ob- I ' 1 tain more advanced places than any- MB lil ' thlnE olso- Tho natlonnl guard to all HM i ' I ' intents and purposes has boon dead Wm ' i for a long while. It is scarcely possl- HM i il , ulo that it can becomo any "deader" EH I ' undor tho now regime. If it does a I 1 1 (i i funoral will bo a public necessity. Iffl MM h H The Trlbuno cartoons tho Utah leg- MM Ii Islators as pygmies who bow down HK , i I and worship Sonator Smoot. The only IMBi it' reason for this insult Is tho fact that 1HR 1 1 thoso legislators havo firmly rofused IHJ I ' to rub their aoscs in tho dust before BIB U ' ' th0 Tilb"n0 Bod, tho ca...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

TRUTH. 3 1 ! POINTERS FOR MEN. xrnihlne Pleases a girl bo much as Jave a yoB raan tea3 " UU Sh gets mad. a rlrl always makes a faco after k,sslng another girl, just as if It didn't tasto good. mo man feels any need for heaven as long as he can sit beside a girl with starry eyes. There never was a man so wise that lie did not enjoy being made a fool of by a pretty woman. What sincerity can bo expected from a combination of curling tongs, rabbit's foot and stays? Every girl thinks that a young man convicted of stealing kisses should bo sentenced to solitary confinement with herself for company. There are lots of girls that can skato along liko birds when they aro by themselves that aro perfectly helpless on the Ice when there is a man around. When a man had tho legal right to whip his wife "provided ho used a stick no thicker than his thumb," wom en were Just as anxious to get married as they are now. If you tell a woman her baby looks and acts just liko her she is pleased, but If you...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 14 January 1905

HI I TRU TH, BIE SOCIAL REALM. ' Mrs. Goorgo Dern and chil toilny for San DJcgo. 3. Portor of San Francisco ty, the guest of Mrs. G. G. 30 Dcllo Davis has returned t of somo time with friends ih club will meet this oven Ir. and Mrs. W. W. Bacon , Btreet. il crowd enjoyed tho mld at Chrlstenson's academy ovenlng. W. Armstrong entertained b Wednesday afternoon at m G street. 0. Ellcrbeck entertained lub nt her homo on First sdny afternoon. , II. Dowoy, Si, and Miss ly. have gono to spend a !an Francisco. . Lacy, of Colorado Springs y and will spend somo time stor, Mrs. G. B. Richards, vlck Whiston of Missouri city tho early part of tho uto with Mrs. Winston to D. Clark and Miss Clark led from Evnnston, Wyo., homo at tho Keith npart Id Hempstead has gono to 3co to spend a short time Misses Lulu and Bertha 3. Ewing and Mrs. W. W. rtnlned tho Card club at nonts In tho Kenyon Tues t of Liberty chapter of tho il its regular monthly mcot ty with Mrs. S. W. Morris nth east street. Mrs. C. va...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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