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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

II 4 TRUTH. - If S3H IN THE SOCIAL REALM Hg I & Mrs. Ertwnrd S. Ferry entertained wt Monday at an Informal luncheon for 1 ten In honor of Miss Marie Dermltt, f who Is the guest of Mrs. George .Jay H H Gibson. I David I'. Taylor has been elected i one of the board of directors of the 1 1 Country club In place of W. Montague 1 Ferry, who has resigned, and Mr. H 1 ' Taylor will act as secretary of the H J Doard. Miss Lota McMillan, who was visit lug Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Mann In H Los Angeles, has gone to San Fran H clsco, whero she will bo the guest for ! , some time of Miss Leila Trent. H ! Mr. and Mrs James Chambers Dick, H who have been visiting friends in town H returned Monday to their homo in H BInghnm. H Mr. and Mrs.Lco Charles Miller are back from a trip of a month through H California. S st H Mr. nnl Mrs. H. S. Joseph will loave H the latter part of the month for a H stay of somo three months In Now York. St st . H Mrs. Do Graff Is here from Michigan , visiting her son ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

It -i"i-T-n-iMi i in m - -. - -. - " """H governing marrlago will receive atten tion. Already sclentiflc men have . written and spoken on the subject and it will be but a little while ere the re M) form starts in at the right end. Then ' anti-divorce congresses will not bo ,v needed. C. M. Jackson in Stato Jour- u - Decided Slump, ho qreat man uas disturbed in mind. "Henry," ho said to his private sec- retaiy, "havo I done anything un popular, lately?" , "Not that I am aware of, senator," responded that functionary. "Does there seem to bo any preju I dlcp taking shape in the public mind '?-. against me?" i "I know of none." i "Am I spoken of in a sneering man- 1 ner by the public prints?" "Not so far as I have obserbed. Whj j are you asking me these questions. , senate?" "Because, Henry," said the great I man, "I am convinced that unfriendly influences are at work. You know r there Is a brand of five-cent cigars named for me, I presume?" "Yes, sir." "Well, they are selling them now ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

i ADDiriOHALJSOBIAtS Miss Myrtle Rellly entertained a numbor of friends at cards Thurs day In honor of Mrs. Edward N. Nol ( son, who Is her guest for a short tlmo. Tho "Georgo Washington" idea, was carried out in the nppolnt I monts. Tho hostess was insslstcd dur- 1 t Ing tho afternoon by tho Misses Stol- , la and Evelyn Rellly. Sovonty-flvo I 'guests were present. (J s i Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Howard gave a 1 tneatro party Thursday ovening in 1 I honor of Miss Mario Dermltt of Pitts- 1 burg, followed by a supper at tho i W Commercial club. Tho guests word I Mr. and Mrs. George Jay Gibson, Miss I Laura Sherman, John Crltchlow, and Jack Thompson. j & Mrs. H. A. Wall entertained tho mombors of tho "BOO" club at cards i Thursday. Mrs. Wall was assisted by i her daughters, tho Misses Selma, Mary and Allco Wall. i Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Lee entertained j at dinner Thursday evening in honor ! I of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cobb. Covers i1 were laid for fourteen. i Miss Clara Colbourn entertained six...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

T H.U T M- 7 j Ettibllshiil 1864 W.P.KISE'.Mjr. ! Henry ! 5 Wagener 3 S Brewing I S Co. ! l Tager beer & porter" 1 Special attention given to bottled m beer for family trade. Free (p delivery to all parts of the ciiy. m : office: j 74 e st first south 2 phonc ata. public stronger If once in a while be came twice in a while cr even more frequently. It is a good thing that the U. S. senate is removed as far as It Is from the infection of public clamor which is to a large extent the expres sion of public opinion. However all that may bo It is a fact that public opinion here in regard to the fate of Senator Smoot has under gone a decided change. It is very gen r illy believed now that Mr. Smoot will retiin his seit In the United States senate. This view is founded on the fact that the Kearns-"AmorIcan" party has been proved to bo a yellow dog, and on expressions which have been uttered privately and publicly by members of the senate. Senator Perkins of California on. the occasion of...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

' 1 8 T R.U TH. ITRUTM Issued Weekly by Truth Publishing Company. Western Newspaper Union Building, 211 South West Temple Street, i Salt Lake City John W. Hughes, Editor andMnnegor Entered June 19, 1903, at Salt Lake City, Utah , a socond-class matter, undor aot of Congress of Maroh 3, 1879' 1 Terms of Subscription. ONE YKAlt Inadvanoe) $2.00 SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 THREE MONTHS (In advance) 75 Postmasters sendlngsubscrlptlons to TRUTH i may retain 25 per cont of subscription prlco i. I ai oommlasion, i I (j If tho paper Is not desired beyond the date j subscribed for, the publication should be S notl&od by lotter two weeks or moro before I tho term expires. j ! : Discontinuances. 1 , Remember that the publisher must be notl- ! fled by letter when a subscriber wishes his ' paper stopped; all arrears must be paid In !' Kequosts of subscribers to havo their paper ' mailed to a new address, to seouro atten- I tton, must mention former as well as pros ont address. I Address all...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

! .J HH AMUSEMENTS HH "" T Salt Lake Theatre Rosclan Opera ,Co., "El Capltan," today's matinee, .-"- 'Fra Dlavola," performance tonight. Orpheum Modern Vaudeville, mati nee today, performance tonight. Lyric "Bohemian Durlesquers," one week beginning with today's matinee COMING ATTRACTIONS. Paul Gllmore, March lst-3rd. It Is here at last! Good, old light -. opera! As welcome, In Its place, as the greatest of grand opera! For many Ki weary days and starless nights, light j opera has been wandering In the des- , ert, but Apollo heard our prayers and H brought the Rosclan people from the wastes of the Northwest to our milk and-honoy Zlon. What care wo that there are no Calves, or Nordlcas, or Melbas In the Rosclan aggregation no canaries In the Rosclan bird-cage Is not Light opera welcome for its own airy, fairy self? But there is some good vocal material with the Rosclans, nevertheless. The individual and en semble effort of the chorus Is not sav ageHenry W., I mean singing to be sure,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

I f ,0 XRU TM, I , UNFAIR TO PRESIDENT R00SE- VELT. I The president has excited a feeling of somewhat churlish resentment and Irritation among the host of "special correspondents" at Washington who k ropresent western, southern, and east- m ern papers, ns Is evident from a mere 3 reading of the dispatches, says J Collier's Weekly. The corro- 1 spondonts magnify anything that I shows the president In a bad light Thoy made columns and columns out of tho Mrs. Minor Morris Incident, JM ftIHl they havo been somewhat over- I pleased at Mr. Roosevelt's authorlza- 1 iinn nf tlm sketch of him In "Fads and 1 Fancies." This feeling of Irritation H i among newspaper men, as well as ik among many congressmen and prl- ' vato Individuals, Is duo mainly to the president's lack of tact, a fault, but H not ono so serious as to blind us to the .,; fact that American citizens should re- 'A Jolco In tho oxlstcnco of Prelsdont ' Itoosovelt. Where Is there another H ' man whoso Inspiration carries to such...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

T RU T M. 11 ' THE BRIDEGROOM WAS RATTLED Probably His First Experience at Ma- Itrlmonlal Altar. 4k Ho was embarrassed, 111 at ef.se; ' she was calm, self-possessed. i: "If it were only over," he whispered 0 excitedly: "I luiow I'll do It wrong." "It won't take long, John," she answered consolingly. "You haven't much to say." The minister was speaking. "Kindly change places with the bride." John attempted lo do so, stepped on the toe of her shoe, and raising his arm caught his cuff button In her veil. I "Do bo careful," she Implored. "Oh," ho groaned, "before all these I a staring people too." w' "Sh-h-h " The minister began the ceremony. John grow more embarrassed, and ,9 fumbled with the roses of her bou quet. Then ho put his hand In his pocket and pulling out his handker chief, excitedly mopped his brow. The church was quiet savo for the voice of the minister. "If any person knows any Just rea- ' son," ho was saying, "why these two should not m joined together, let him now speak ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

If If 12 X RU T M. ' 1 1 REMARKABLE TREE OF INDIA. H Many Products Yielded by the Famous H f, Mahwa. H In northern India, close to the .foot H ' of the Himalayas, grows tho mahwa Hv tree. Sugar Is mado from its flowers It as well as a cordial and tho tree H' proves Itself useful In other ways. !As a nut-bearing tree It has boon known for many ages. It belongs to tho sapotaceao (star-applo) family. Its blooming period lasts from' tho end of February till April. Quickly after tho h ij pollen is formed tho whitish tubular I 1 flowers swell to balls about as largo H U as cherries, which contain a largo H 8 amount of Invert sugar (honey). Tho H j flower tubes fall, covering tho ground in tho greatest profusion. Thoy are H if eagerly gathered by natives and eaten. HI A tree yields from 200 to 300 pounds H j of flowers. , Rico Is usually mixed with the fruit H before it Is eaten. The dried flowers H havo very much tho tasto and appear H , ance of raisins. They aro exported to H Europo as c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

T R U X M. 13 1 Lawyer's Directory. For handy referonce, Truth prints X the list of Salt Lake's practicing lawyers, with tholr addresses. If any names are omitted, or if there are any -V . errors in the list, corrections and ad ; dltlons will bo made on receipt of noti fication. Anderson, J. R. 58 Hooper Block. Anderson, T. J. 68 Hooper Block. Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Bloc' Backmnn. G. H. 32 Main St. Bailey, J. H. Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Blk. BliJg. Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. Barker, P. E. 145 4th Street. Barnes. A. R 212 S. Main. Bennett & Blerer 1G3 S. Main. Bird. W. H 400 Scott-Strevell BIdg. Booth, Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. 4, Boswell, Wm. 401 McCornlck Block. Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building. Bowdle, J. R 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M 431 D. P. Walker. 9- Boyd, C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. Bradley & RIschol 300 Atlas Block. J Braffet. M. P. 517 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block Breeden & Fnrnsworth 311 D. P. Walker. Brothers, M. R 69 Com'l. Block. B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

I 14 TWlHf JK. Court Room ot said Court, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lal?o County, Utah. Witness tho clerk of said Court, with . tho seal thereof afllxod this 20th day of ) February A. D. 190G. n (Seal) J. U. ELDItEDGE, JR. , s Clerk. I By W. H. Farnsworth, . 1 Deputy Clerk. S. P. Armstrong, Attorney for Adm. j Stowart, Stowart & Budgo, i Attorneys, 509 McCornlck Block. SUMMONS. In the District Court of tho Third Ju dicial District of tho State of Utah, County of Salt Lake, Rosana Els wood, plaintiff, vs. Francis A. Els wood, defendant Tho Stato of Utah, to tho said defendant: i You aro hereby summoned to appear I within twenty days after tho service of this summons upon you, if served within tho county in which this action is brought, otherwise, within thirty ; days after servce, and dofond tho abovo entitled action; and In case of I your failure so to do, judgment will I be rendered against you according to tho demand of tho complaint, which, j within ten days nfter service of thi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

80ME TALES OF GOLD HUNTERS Extraction of Metal More Difficult Than Its Finding. h. Tho difficulty of the gold hunter ln Alaska Is not so much tho finding of gold deposits, as In tho extraction "v of the gold when found, tho chief oh- "W Btaclo helng tho perpetually frozen ground encountered by tho placer miner, says tho Philadelphia Record. According to the report issued by the United States geological survey, It is common practice to use steam to thaw out the frozen ground In drift work. This Is accomplished by means of hollow steel "points," from flvo to ten feet long, which are set up on tho ground and steam or hot water turned I "- on. These points arc gradually driv- J en Into tho soil a distance of four or five feet, In some cases more, and are . usually operated In batteries on about three-foot centers. During tho night shift, men are en gaged in thawing sufficient gravel for tho men to work during the day. The points are driven in with a mallet, as tho soil Is gradually thaw...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 February 1906

I Irrigated Lands in I the Big Horn Basin H Lands purchased there now by intelligent H farmers will double in value within a few H years. There is absolutely no doubt about H it but don't wait -buy land this Spring-. H Send me your name and address and M I'll seod you Illustrated Information, BR. F. NESLEN, General Agent, 79 W. Second South Stroot,Salt Lake City. M' The Local Merchant Advertisers H , Ib the best judge of advertising generally find people who boy things uo u"u Ju " in the mot receptive mood in the ; value of the various weekly papers BUrr0undlng8 of Home and Family H I In this Oity. He pnts his money especially at evening, when there is - where it pays best The boat paper leisure and inclination for reading; for him is the best paper for the SSSTfS" I General Advertiser as well. TRUTH has the circulation and will j certainly bring you RESULTS. Hi TQIITU iB 'ne Bosb Advertising Me- UUVO because it has the largest I nU I II dlum for the Local Merchant ' If II I i circu...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

t i. Vol. 5; No. 35 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 3, 1906. . Price 5 Cents J . ' t. ' OGDEN'S HOUSE CLEANING They are having a very interesting 'VZ public house cleaning in Ogden. A striking feature of It Is that the Og-' den people after many years of abject subservlenco to Mr. Glasmann appear , i to have at last reached the determl- i nation to throw off his yoke and a number of them arc making strenuous I efforts in that direction. In this thoy are to bo congratulated. It was a . most marvelous thing how Glasmann l' held Ogden in his grasp for years. Ho was thoroughly despised and hated, but at tho same time by somo means or another not easily understood, he had a way of compelling those who despised and de- Inounced him tho most strongly to do his biding. He "bossed" local politics absolutely, led tho dele gations from Weber county to state and national conventions and voted the delegates as a unit. Ho was twico elected mayor of Ogden and if he as pired to any offlco from congress...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

I I ? TRUTH, I SICK-A-BED SOLILOQUIES. Lying on one's back for soino weeks may havo thlg advantage tho only H one I havo been able to pick out 60 H far; It effectually shuts a fellow off H from lying otherwise. Indeed, It Is questionable whothcr this Is so much H nn advantage after all; in tho case of one who has followed newspaperlng H continually, law frequently and mln H Ing occasionally, may It not he a caso of adding misfortune to misfortune? H A fellow with an active temperament H and a vivid imagination to bo all at H once put out of commission as to Loth H Is, ono would think, liable to pro- duco congcstlvo short-circuiting, but H no matter so far as tho writer of H these lines is concerned, for he has H run the gauntlet of those generally H successful census dlmlnlshors, grip and diabetes, and will seo the angels H later. H This occupancy of n couch, day In H and day out, Sundays and holidays in- H eluded, gives you n flno opportunity to think in spite of tho discomforts H ...

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

TRUTH. 3 I REPUBLICANS SHOULD GET TO GETHER. 'TS( All things aro not sereno In tho Re- , ,, publican party locally, haven't been ?; for quite a while. Thero aro dlssen- tlons In the party within and enemies , fl without It Is tho Internal unhnr- monlousness, however, that Is dan gerous, Tho Democrats aro playing a waiting game, expecting something to turn up and In tho meantime are endeavoring to increase the misun derstandings among Republicans. That is natural; it Is politics. Tho Kyuse crowd that arrogates to Itself the title of "American" Is attacking tho Republicans both openly and stealthily, keeping particularly In a, view the election next fall. , Normally tho Republicans should and would carry this state and this I county by an overwhelming majority, but they won't unless they cease the at. lnternlcene warfare and get together Thero Is no real reason why the dis sentions in tho Republican party should exist. That leaders are neces sary, Is a self evident fact. Thero Is no r...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

I 4 TR.U ' I ! IN THE SOCIAL REALM H Frank J. Schmltt entertained a H party of friends at dinner at the H Emery-Holmes Monday evening fol- H lowed by a theatro party,and later at H an Informal supper at tho Commercial H club. Tho affair was In honor of Mise H Blancho Waterman of Omaha, and was H chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs. John T. H White. Tho other guests wero Miss H Mary Baer, Miss Alico Goodwin, Miss H Laura Sherman, Miss Almeo Best, H Miss Geneve Horllck, Miss Pearl Well- or, Sidney Bamberger, Arthur Thom- as, Archibald C. Mljner and H. S. Sav H age. H Mr. and Mrs. A. T. McCanno onter- H talncd a party of friends at dinner H Monday evening In honor of Rev. and H Mrs. W. H. Bagby, who aro guests in H tho city. Tho decorations wero in H red and white, and four brass candle- H sticks of great antiquity wero used H The guests wero Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Sapping- ton, Mr. and Mrs. A .T. Moon, Mr. and H Mrs. E. H. Dorman and Mr. and Mrs. H John Matecr. & H Mi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

; TRUTH. s AGE LIMIT OF INEBRIETY. . If a man has not indulged In alco- hoi to excess before the age of 25, ho Is not likely to do so at all, wo are ty told by an editorial writer In Ameri can Medicine (Philadelphia, January ,, 27), who bases his conclusions on the investigations of Dr. Charles L. Dana. Inebriety, ho tells us, usually sets in before the age of 20, and few begin to drink to excess after arriving at 30. We read: f "Dana stated that no cases arise af ter 40 years of age. There Is a popu lar Idea, no doubt, that numerous cases do arise after 40, but it is not at all unlikely that investigation into their early histories will bring to light , a long series of occasional over-lndul- gence with some symptoms dating back to childhood. Dana evidently re fers to real Inebriety in youth, and not ,, to tho lapses which so many young ' men wrongly assume to bo a part of their education, nor does he assert that all youthful inebriates aro incur able, but merely that old cases beg...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

I 6 nr Tru th. I I SHI AMUSEMENTS ggg I H Salt Laho Theatre "Captain Do- bonnalro," matlnco today, performance M tonight. B OrpUoum. Modern Vaudeville, mat- lnco today, performance' tonight. H Lyric Theatre "Yanlcou , Dooule 1 Girls" one week beginning with. t6- fl day's matinee. H Next week's bill nt the Orphcum M bears tlio 18-cnrot stamp of high-class M vnudovlllo and embraces a pot-pourri fl of good things calculated to tickle the M most jaded palate. Tho 1)111 Is headed M by Beatrice McKcn'zlo supported by H Walter Shannon and Harry L. Dlckln- 1 son In tho sketch by Low N. Nawcomb entitled, "A Mountain Beaut." Tho M story Is a good one and deals with a belle of the West who falls In love with a Baltimore stockbroker. Tho M next attraction, hi point of salary paid, H Is that of Happy Jack Gardner who B undoubtedly will mako a hit. Jack fl Is not only a musician of no mean or M dcr but is also a singer of nbsurd M parodies and a tollpr of talcs with a m laugh tucked away In every...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

' TJUJTH. j I t " 2 j A, J Etlabrithad 1864 W.P.KISER.Mgt. J H Henry ' Wagener Brewing s S Co. 3 s LAGER BEER & PORTER ! 9 9 tt 9 Special attention given to bottled beer for family trade. Free 1 9 delivery to all parts of the city. m m office: j 74 e st first south j rtl l PHONE 218. ftftftftftftftftftftfttf MAKING THE BOARD COMPLETE. Surely With This Every One Should Be Satisfied. The lato Patrick Holland of Win chester, ,Mass., had long been a regu lar attendant at town meetings, whero he frequently spoke and made many bright remarks. Perhaps one of the most amusing was when nominations were being made In open meeting for the board of health. A prominent phy sician and an eminent lawyer had been nominated, when Mr. Holland arose and spoke as follows: "Mr. Moderator, a doctor and a law yer have been nominated for this health board, and the only thing to do now to make the work completo Is to put on an undertaker, and every body will bo satisfied." While tho meeting was roaring ...

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