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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 February 1906

I' 16 THUTM. V 1 It I The Scenery Hf Along the route used by the Burlington's thro' H Standard and thro' Tourist sleeping cars from H Salt Lake City to the East is the same scenery I that thousands of people have come more than H half way across the continent to see. It cost H them a good many dollars. You get the benefit Hi of it at no extra cost whatever. I' Think this over a minute, please j For details, wrlto Hj jflBflBSBl R F' NESLEN General Agent, Hi lllllllllllUlUlll 79 W. Second South Street, Salt Lake City. aaBaaa H The Local Merchant Advertisers H la the beat judge of advertising generally And people who buy things ", ,: J ., In the mot receptive mood in the W, valuo of the various weekly papers Barr0undlngs of Home and Famlly i in this Olty. He puts his money especially at evening, when there is I where it pays best The best paper leisure and inclination for reading; HI for him is the best paper for the -g-J ta I General Advertiser as well. TRUTH has the circulation and w...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

! Vol. 5; No. 23 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 17, 1906. Price 5 Cents I NEWSPAPERS AS FRAUDS i The newspapers of Salt Lake are about the biggest frauds extant. In the first place most of them willfully and deliberately mislead and deceive their readers In nearly everything they publish, particularly In regard to local politics and municipal affairs is that the case. The Tribune leads In tho art of de ception, but It has a good second in the Herald. Tho Tribune Is tho per i sonnl organ of ex-Senator Kearns, and the Herald Is the personal organ of Senator W. A. Clark of Montana. Tli8 I policy of those papers Is directed to the furtherance of the business inter- ests or the political ambitions of their I owners, utterly regardless of their duty to the public. In tho matter of circulation the Salt Lake papers are I most dishonest; In fact, they are llt- i tie, If anything, better than tho ordi- I nary grafter and "sure-thing" man I They regard the merchants and advcr- ' tlsers general...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

I 2 TRUTH. I H TRUTHS. H Tho next time the Republicans have H n banquet tho committoo should define H the word "tonst" for tho benefit of H somo speakers. Also tho request that M speakers confine themselves to the H subject and time allotted. It is rank B discourtesy for one speaker to Intrude H upon another's subject or time. H The Republican banquet held in the H Armory hall on Lincoln's birthday was B a decided success. One objection, how- Hb ever, was that all tho speakers outside B of Salt Lake City wcro forced off the HJ program. Somo of tho orators, judg- Hb lng from the length of their speeches, Hb wo Imaglno must havo thought that Hi tho banquet was to last threo days In- Hi stead of three hours. HJ The Herald is complaining of the I pitiful howling of the Tribune. This Hi Is not right. About tho only thing the Hi Tribune hns been getting lately is "ths howl," and it is entitled to that. H That the nntl-Smoot people made a H dismal falluro of their caso beforo the H scnato ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

I TR1J TH. 3 I JOURNALISM THE DESTROYER OF LITERATURE. Wherever society abides, says Mr. Julian Hawthorne, it uses a mode ot speech proper to its stato; and tho i mode of speech appropriate to tho material piano upon which our modern money-worshipping society exists, ho goes on to say, is represented by tho newspapers. Tho cnaracteristic utter ances of tho spiritual plane, on the other hand, is literature. Owing to our unspirituality, Mr. Hawthorne asserts, literature languishes, and journalism, tho lower voice, attempts In vain to counterfeit it. "So long as journalism attends to its own (material) busi ness," he continues, "it is not oniy harmless, but useful; but as soon an ' it would usurp what is organically above it, It becomes hurtful; not only because tho plausibility of that pre tence may lead us to accept it as gen i uine, and thus atrophy tho faculties whereby literature, tho true voice of i the spiritual, Is apprehended." Tho I personal and tho emotional, he argues, are ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

1' I 4 TP FtU T H. ; I I gg IN THE SOCIAL REALM H H Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Slado enter- H taincd nbout 150 of their friends Mon- H day evening at a reception and dance H in the Ladies' Literary club, tha affair H being In celebration of their wooden H wedding anniversary. Those who as- H siEtcd In receiving wcro Mrs. George W. Head, Mrs. Fred Slado, Miss A. H Kinsman and Miss K. M. Harris. The H punch bowl was In charge of Miss H Louise Wey, and sho was assisted by Miss Ethel Murphy, Miss Hattlo H Waples, and Miss Alice Farrell. In H the dining room Miss Laura Farrell, H Miss Nettle Luman, Miss Llllle Mc H Evoy assisted in serving. of Of H Mrs. C. N. MacLouth and daughter, H Miss lone, mother and sister of Mrs H Alpha T. Easton, aro hero from San H Jose, visiting Lieutenant and Mrs. H Easton at Fort Douglas. Mrs. Mac H Louth Is en routo to Dallas, Texas, H but Miss MacLouth will remain for the spring season with the Eastons. Of Of H Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Klser and Mr. H and Mrs. Russell Q....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

TRUTH. 5 I ord-Herald (Ind.)i observes, in spite of its promise to report a rate bill within ten days of the meeting of the Fifty-ninth congress, lias not reported one yet, and has no Intention of re porting one. It Is still discussing the Foraker and tho Elklns bills. But ' these, according to tho dispatches, are giving way before the Dolliver bill. Senator Clay, of Georgia, speaking on behalf of the measure, insists "thak tho Interstate Commorco Commission shall have tho right to hear tho com plaint of tho citizen," and to give the citizen a "redress of his wrongs." Sen ator Aldrich voices this adverse opin ion of Senator Clay's argument: "Ho proposes to put in place of six great influential railroad combinations one monster combination, under gov ernment control and government reg ulation, with no power to change rates on the part of anybody after they aro onco established by tho commission and ratified by tho courts. Ho pro- " pesos to destroy tho last vestigo by law in the name...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

I I I I im AMUSEMENTS ggg I H AMUSEMENTS. M Salt Lako Theatre Modjeska In M Mary Stuart today's matlnco; Lady M Macbeth, tonight. M Orpheum Refined Vaudeville, matl- M nco today, performance tonight. M Lyric theatro Miner's "Americans," H one week beginning with todays' mat l M Coming Attractions. Salt Lako Theatro "P trsliil," Feb- ruary 19-21; Paul Glh.ioro; "Tho M . County Chairman." M This is Mmo. Modjcska's farowoll M dramatic tour. Othors havo dallied M and still others contlnuo to toy with H thoso verbal playthings which Shakos- M pcare, putting In tho mouth of Juliet, M makes her exclaim, "Parting is such M sweet sorrow that I could say farwell H Scene H from H Parsifal which H ; opens H TTo ' Salt Hi H Lake I Theatre H Monday H ' Evening 'till It bo morrow." Henry Irving dies H In tho harness; Ada Itohan no longer H young again dons tho actress ward- robe; PattI comes and goes, and comes again and again; Denman Thompson is to contlnuo his by-goshing In Josh Whltcomb all the...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

P, JUaai n.tfji. r 'Tin M' urn gfe ,-,, - - - - - - ' - " "- T3B TMU T H. 7 l ) Eitiblllhid 1864 W. P. KISER.Mgt. m I Henry - I I Wagener 3 I Brewing I Co. J 2 2 2 f s LAGER BEER & PORTER jj 1 2 3 5 Special attention given to bottled m beer for family trade. Free delivery to all parts of i the city. 2 5 3 J office: 5 J 74 E BTFJHST SOUTH K PHONE 21B. m home to Brooklyn, the Forbidden city Tho bill at the Orpheum this week, good as It Is, will, I am told, bo ex celled by the vaudeville aggregation which begins Its engagement Monday night. The Orpheum box-ofllce stock ing was generously flllol last week and should be repeated by lovers ot classic vaudeville. Advance advices as to next week's bill at the Orpheum give promise of n veritable ccrker. Just by way or a starter tho Europaan novelty of Mile Chester and her status dog Is billed as tho headllner. This animal, which glories In th.3 possession of a $10,000 Insurance policy, Is a born actor and poses on the stage In a number o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

I I' 8 TR.U T n. I TRUTtt B Issued Weekly by M Truth Publishing Company. H Western Newspnpor Union Ilulldliig, 211 H ' South West Temple Street, I Salt Lake City , John W. Hughes, Editor andManagor i H Entered June 19, 190:1, at Salt Lake City, Utah H as second-class matter, under aot of Congress H of March 3, 1879' M Terms of Subscription. ' ONB YBAR iln ndvnnoe) $2.00 H SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 THREE MONTHS (In advance) 75 H Postmasters sondlne subscriptions to TRUTH H may retain 25 per cent of subscription price H as oomralsslon, H If the paper Is not desired beyond the date M subsorlbod for, the publication should be H notified by letter two weeks or more before H the term expires, H Discontinuances. H Remember that tlio publisher must be notl- H tied by letter when a subscriber wishes his M paper stopped; all arrears must be paid In H Requests of subscribers to have tholr paper V mailed to a new address, to secure atten- K . tlon, must mention former as well as pres- H ent ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

XRUTM, ? 1 SCHOOL TEACHERS AND IN STRUCTORS INSULTED. Editor Truth: In December, 1905, Brother S. E. , WIshard, superintendent of the Pres- "" byterlan missions of Utah and Idaho, was down east on a begging expedi tion for the Westminster collego of this city. Ho wanted 1100,000 and with a vlow of getting It and to cast reproach upon Utah and lnjuro her people, ho Insulted and Hod about all tho teachers and schools of this state. Here Is what ho said In the Herald and Presbyter on December 12, 1905, speaking about tho Westminster col lego of Salt Lake: "This Institution is the only loyal American college In the state of Utah, or within 500 miles of Salt Lake City. The State university at Salt Lake Is dependent upon a Mormon legislature for Its financial life. About half of "k tho professors aro reported to be ll -Mormons. The other teachers aro de- '!.' pendent upon Mormon favor for their u positions and maintenance, hence tho V university lifts neither voice nor pen against Mormon ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

I 10 tru tm, I RAILROAD DIVIDENDS. B L. J. Bryant, cashier of tho Dank of H Arlington, Ky., writes to tho Manufac- H Hirers' Ilecord as follows: "How H many railroad corporations pay In ex- H cess of G per cent dividend on tho in- H vestment? Great sums are earned an- H nually, It is true, often Into tho mil- H lions of dollars, but when fixed and 1 operating charges are paid the net H earnings aro often small, and tho H country at largo Is tho benellclary of theso enormous earnings In the wny of interest on bonds, wnges paid to H employes, etc., and It flows right back H Into tho channels of trnde. H "Tho relations of tho railroads and H tho farmer, manufacturer and mer M chant are so closely interwoven that H tho success of ono depends largely m upon tho success of tho other; thoy H havo gono hand In hand for decades in H civilizing and In developing the ro M sources of tho country. The better H Bervico the railroad can maintain for H tho handling of tho various comniodl M ties of...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

ra I TRUTH. -i cl FIGHTING IN THE BALKAN8. Insurgents Make Effective Use of Terrible Hand Grenade. 1 Reginald Wyon In his recently pub lished book on "The Balkans from Within" writes from the Interior of a blockhouso on tho Turoc-Bulgarlan frontier: "We aro shown captured bombs, heavy cylinders used for blow ing up buildings and the dreaded hand grenade, whose short fuse Is calmly lighted by a burning cigarette and hurled among the attacking Turks. A man must Indeed have nerves of Iron to do this deed. Picture a devoted handful of men surrounded by an over whelming force of Turks, slowly but surely drawing nearer. Now they are a hundred yards away, fifty yeards luckily they shoot abominably but It is too far to put the weight with ef- feet. "They must wait, though hero and there a bullet fired at random thins out the llttlo band. A rush now. Seel , One cooly lights the fuse and quickly hurls It at the foe. He must make no I mistake, his aim must be correct and his arm strong;. A sll...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

12 XRU X H. THE NEW APPOINTMENTS. William Spry entered upon his term of United States marshal for Utah on Thursday, succeeding B. B. Heywood. The organ of the Kovengo ' society Is exeedlngly bitter towards Mr. Spry, but that Is to tho credit of Mr. Spry who Is an honorable, up right, loyal and capable gentleman, and may bo banked upon to do his full duty consclonclously at all times and under all conditions. Luclan Smith who has been chief deputy un- der Marshal Heywood, It Is under stood, will bo retained In that posi tion by Mr. Spry. It Is thought tho second doputyshlp will go to Julian Riley, an old and tried Republican. Tho announcement that E. D. It. Thompson and F. D. Hobbs have been recommended by Senators Smoot and Sutherland for tho polstlons of regis ter and receiver of tho United States land office respectively, was received hero with general satisfaction. Mr. Thompson Is a lawyer of ability who for twenty years has made a specialty of land law and Is therefore peculiar ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

T R UTH, 3 Lawyer's Directory. For handy reference, Truth prints the Hat of Salt Lake's practicing lawyers, with their addresses. If any f names are omitted, or If there are any errors In the list, corrections and ad ditions will be made on receipt of noti fication. Anderson, J. R. 58 Hooper Block. Anderson, T. J. 58 Hooper Block. Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Bloc' Backman, G. H 32 Main St. Bailey, J. H. Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Blk. Blidg. Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. Barker, P. E. 145 4th Street. Barnes, A. R. 212 S. Main. Bennett & Blerer 163 S. Main. Bird. W. H. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. Booth, Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Boswell, Win. 401 McCornlck Block. Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building. mr Bowdle, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M 431 D. P. Walker. Boyd, C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. Bradley & Rlschel 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block Breeden & Farnsworth 311 D. P. Walker. Brothers, M. R. 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Arthur 2...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

I h V mUTHi- H within tho county In which this action is brought, otherwise, within thirty H days after servco, and dofond tho H nbovo entitled action; and in case or H your failuro so to do, Judgment will H bo rendered against you according to H the demand of the complaint, which, M within ten days after service of this M summons upon you, will be filed with M tho clerk of said court. STEWART, STEWART & BUDGE, Plaintiff's Attorney. H Itosana Elswood, Plaintiff. P. O. address 509 McCornlck Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. H SUTHERLAND, VAN COTT, ALU- SON, RITER & HARKNESb, Attorneys, KEITH BUILDING. H SUMMONS. H In the District Court of tho Third Judicial District of tho State of Utah, M County of Salt Lake, Common Law M Division. H Western Pacific Railway Company, 'plaintiff, vs. Joseph A. Petit, defend fl ant. Summons. The Stato of Utah, to tho said Do M fendant: m You are hereby summoned to ap- M pear within twenty days after tho sor- M vice of this summons upon you, if M Eor...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

h WHERE BEECHER GOT SERMONS. Nothing 80 Small That He Did Not See It. Wherever ho went, Beecher con tinued his soidy of life through ob Mp sorvatlon, says Orison Swott Marden " In Success Magazine. Nothing else was half so Interesting. To him man was the greatest study in the world. To read human nature, to place the right values upon men, to emphasize the right thing In them, to be able to discriminate between the genuine and the false, to be able to pierce their masks and read the real man or wom an behind them, was an accomplish ment which he regarded as one of a clergyman's greatest weapons. Like Prof. Agasslz, who could see wonders In the scale of a fish or a grain of sand, Beecher also had an eye 5 like the glass of a microscope, which reveals marvels of beauty in the dross and common things. It had a magni fying power which sees the miraculous and beautiful in the commonplace. Ho could see beauty and harmony whero others only saw ugliness and discord, because ho read the hidd...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 February 1906

16 T mU X M. I The Scenery I Along the route used by the Burlington's thro' I Standard and thro' Tourist sleeping cars from I Salt Lake City to the East is the same scenery I that thousands of people have come more than B half way across the continent to see. It cost I them a good many dollars. You get the benefit I of it at no extra cost whatever. H Think this over a minute, please B For detail-, write BR. F. NESLEN, General Agent, 79 W. Second South Street, Salt Lako City. H The Local Merchant Advertisers Is the beat judge of advertising generally find people who buy things B , m i 11 in the mot receptive mood in the H value of the various weekly papers Barrounding8 of Homo and Family H In this Olty. He pnts his money especially at evening, when there is fl where it pays best The best paper leisure and inclination for reading; I r Wm thH b69t PaT fr the anatdse1oVLTthTeo H General Advertiser as well. TRUTH has the circulation and will 1 certainly bring you RESULTS. m TDIITU ,B tne...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

- - -- a r- t- A .-ar. nsw- "r x-., i.l iii,M,,,KpiujlVH r ? fl H Vol. 5; No. 24 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 24, 1906. Price 5 Cents H 3;. . ! - WH7 KNOCK UTAH INDUSTRIES?! I The Trlbuno which for the past two or three years has made a business J of knocking, has recently chosen the sugar Industry of this and other west ern states as the object ot Its most virulent attacks. Mean and disreput able as the fights which it put up on Individuals are, they in one sense are of small moment In comparison to attempts to throttle largo and grow Ing Industries, which are of vital Importance to the material welfare of so many people and Indirectly to K every resident of the state. The per sonnel of those who hold public office, ' provided they be decent men and fairly capable, makes but little difference 10 ' the general public, but It would make j a vast difference to all the people if the mining, wool, live stock, sugar or '? other Important Industry now flourish ing were either crippled o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

1 P 2 TRUTH. H over their heads." In Mississippi, where a patent medicine bill Is under H4 discussion, tho wind from the Propri H jg etury Association club Is stirring the Hf journalistic hair. Fow editors or own H crs will exhibit the Independence of H tho. Florence "Times." In tho next ., fow months the newspapers which are H - under rcd-clnuse control will show H i themselves In their true colors, for H they are tho chief weapons of the H nostrum venders. But tho easy vlc H tories of former times will hardly -c H h repeated this year. Hitherto tho war H $ fare on this class of bunco artists has H ' been sporadic. Concentrating their H power In the ono or two States which ' threatened to break loose from con H ' trol, they have easily suppressed hos- tile legislation. This will bo a con H certcd attack all along the line. The H forces of fraud, finding themselves H challenged In a score of Legislatures H simultaneously, and at tho same time H called upon to bear their part in tho ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

TRUTH. 3 THE THREATENED COAL STRIKE. The failure of the miners nnd the operators to settle their differences amicably, says the New York World, "will bo worse than a blunder on tho TX.- Part of the persons responsible. It '-i. , will bo a crime." And that, take It all In all, Is the opinion of tho press from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific, says the Literary Digest. "The public ought to have somo rights In a free coun try," protests tho Washington Post. ! Failure to reach an agrement at. In dianapolis Is regretted by all nowspa vpers. The United Mino Workers' . Journal (Indianapolis), tho organ of t mo &&u,ouu miners preparing to strike, K quotes President Mitchell thus: I " 'There must bo an Increase in wa- J ges or thero will bo no agreement,' I tf- was the declaration of President Mlt I chell to tho operators' scale committee Wednesday morning. "After callllng nttention to the gen "' ernl prosperity of this country, Mr. Mitchell asked In an impresslvo man ner: " 'Why should n...

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