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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

I 8 TR.U TH. I TRCITtt H Iisuoil Weekly by I Truth Publishing Company. Westorn Nowspnpor Union Ilullilliic 211 South West Templo Slroct, Salt Lake City I John W. Hughos,Edltor andManager I Hnterod June 10, 190:1, at Salt Lake City, Utah as SBCond-class matter under aot of Concress of March 3, 1879' H Terms of Subscription. ONE YKAll .In advaneo) $2.00 SIX MONTHS (In ailvauco) ....- 1.00 THUBB MONTHS (In advance) 75 H Postmasters sendlngsubscrlptlons to TRUTH i may retain 25 par oont of aubsorlptlou price ai commission. H If tho paper is not doslred beyond the date subscribed for, tho publication should be j notified by letter two weeks or moro before j the term expires. H Dlsaontlnuanoaa. H Remember that the publisher must be notl- lied by letter when a subscriber wUhoi-hls H paper stopped; all arrears must be paid In H Requests of subscribers to bare their paper I mailed to a new address, to seoure atton- I tlon, must mention former as well as pros M eut address. H Address all comm...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

TROTH. 9 I SMURTHWAITE AND OWEN ON THE GRIDIRON. to The following which was published -V In the Alberta (Canada) Star as a a special from Washington regarding the ' late procedure In the Smoot case is In- teresting and comes nearer giving the facts that most of the reports pub lished. "The prosecution in the case of Sen ator Smoot has fizzled out with a very ragged edge. The testimony of apos tates has been the palatable cud for the Committee to finish their meal on, vi so far as tho presecution is concerned. K It Is Indeed surprising to note tho scathing cross examination these apostates had to undergo at the sug W gestion, and mainly interrogation, of (' Senators Knox and Dillingham. These i senators seem to be conscientiously desirous of finding out tho true status " of affairs and are not content to let the apostates tell their story and take a 'back seat.' A couple of examples j will servo tho purpose of portraying l the way they 'go after' them. Apos tates Smurthwalte was on t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

I 10 TRUTH. I BELLS OF "MERRIE ENGLAND." t Peals Still Rung Wvc Significance I' From Olden Times. I In Bomo parts of tho country the I boll Which tolls tho o;.i year' out Is called tlio ''Old Lad's Passing "Dell." H In western EnglnnJ the bells peal I merrily on "Oak Apple Day," to celo H brato thu cscapo of King Charles at H Boscobcl. Another bell; rurig at the H beginning- of Lent, Is known as "Pnn- cake Bell," bccntise In old-time phrase, It "summons people away from their H: pancakes to confession and fasting." H; A lively peal of bells Is often rung H at tho end of tho Sunday morning ser- vice and )s called "Pudding Dell." Per- haps Its purpose Is to announce to tho HJ stay-at-homes that service Is over and H that the pudding may come out of tho HJ oven. Every night at five minutes past 0, "Great Tom," tho great boll of Christ church collego at Oxford, booms out Its ponderous note 101 times. This H particular number was chosen In HL accordance with tho number of stu- donts at t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

TRUTH. u - I NO OCCASION TO WASTE TIME. Nature Had Already Done a Remark v ably Good Job. Tho Irishman has humor, but when It comes to real merriment the negro ?-'- la always -ready for tho occasion. a One night there stood In front of an auto shop one of that sort of men whom liquor makes a political orator. Every question from tho trusts to tho condition of tho worklngmen came In for a lurid If not lucid criticism. Finally the color question camo to his mind and In less than ten minutes It was solved with tho facility of tho true reformer. All the negroes were deported and running a nation of their , own. " At this point some small boys armed with a bottlo of seltzer began opera tions, and by that time tho profanity " of tho speaker had reached a high de- vjgree of efficiency. i ' All this time a negro .had sat calmly JL Indifferent to the curses heaped upon him, answering with broad grins. At last tho speaker turned, saying: "You want to make a fool out of me?" '" The darky repli...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

J H I i? TRUTH, I VICTIM OF "CATCH QUESTION." H Applicant's Veracity Evidently Was Not His Strong Point. John E. Vance, of tlio Civil Service H Commission of Llttlo Rock, docs not H bollovo in catch queslions. H "Catch questions," ho said the other H day, "are too cruel. Furthermore, they H catch everybody, good and bad alike. H Honco thoy fall of tholr purpose. M "l onco saw a very sharp examiner M oxamlning some applicants for tho po H llco force. Ho tested them in arlth M mctic and in geography and in free Hi hand drawing, and then bo said ho M would test their hearing. H; "Ho took his watch from his pocket H and held it to tho oar of a tall, hand- M tomo young man. Hi " 'Do you hear that tick?' he said. J! "'Yes; peifectly,' tho young man J! answered. Jj "Ho held it a foot from tho appll- Hi cant's oar. J " 'Still hear It?' ho asked. J " 'Yes, sir.' I " 'Now stand back three paces.' i "Tho young man did so. K "'Now,' said tho examiner, 'do you hear it from that distance?' J "Tho...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

TRU TH, J 3 Lawyer's Directory. A For bandy reference, Truth prints "the Hat of Salt Lake's practicing Ji lawyers, with their addresses. If any names are omitted, or If there are any errors In the list, corrections and ad ditions will bo made on receipt of noti fication. Anderson, J. II. 58 Hooper Block. Anderson, T. J. 58 Hooper Block. Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Bloc' Backman, Q. H 32 Main St. Bailey, J. H. Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Blk. Blidg. Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. Barker, P. B. 145 4th Street. Barnes. A. R. 212 S. Main. Bennett & Blerer 1C3 S. Main. j. Bird. W. H 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. Booth, Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Boswell, Win. 401 McCornlck Block. Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building. Bowdle, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M. 431 D. P. Walker. "" Boyd, C. W G04 McCornlck Blpck. Bradley & RIschol 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block Breedon & Farnsworth 311 D. P. Walker. ? Brothers, M. R. 69 Com'l. Block. Brown...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

Hi' I 14 TRUTH. H Stewart, ' Stowart & Budge, Hi Attorneys, 509 McCornlck Block. H SUMMONS. H In the District Court of the Third Ju- dlclnl District. qf the State of Utah, County ot Salt Lake, Itosana Els Hi wood, plaintiff, vs. Francis A. Els HJ t wood, defendant. Tho State of Utah, Ha ' to the said defendant: HJi You aro hereby summonod to appear Ha' within twenty days after tho servlco HJ ot this summons upon you, If served Hi within tho county In which this action HJ is brought, otherwise, within thirty HJ days after servpo, and defend the HM above entitled action; and in caso of HJ your failure so to do, judgment will Hi bo rendered ngalnst you according to HI tho demand of tho complaint, which, HI within ten days after service of this HI summons upon you, will bo filed with HJ tho clerk of said court. STEWART, STEWART & BUDGE, Hi Plaintiff's Attorney. Hi Itosana Elswood, Plaintiff. HI P. O. address 509 McCornlck Block, Salt Lako City, Utah. H A. G, SUTHERLAND, Attorney...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

TRU TH. 15 'I Notice of Sale. Under Deed of Trust. ( Continued from Pago 14. '' at payment of the said noto when due or any interest thoreon for more than r " o "days, then said Trustee or said Li.4 successor in trust, -said Sheriff, should HjY ' sell said -premises in said-trust deed Zf - -named upon tho request Of the holder -js' of said note, and tho holder of said pqtc having notified mo that the said note rind a large amount of Interest thereon Is and has heen duo for more than 20 days and is still due and un paid. Now, therefore, on the 2Gth day of March, A. D.. 190C, at tho west front door of. tho City and County Building (Courthouse) in tho City and County of Salt Lako in tho State of Utah at qL 12 o'clock in tho forenoon of said day, -, I shall sell to tho best and highest bidder for cash all the right, title and Interest which tho said Eliza Aldrach T and Charles W. Aldrach, or either or si- them, had on tho 27th day of May, A. D. 1902, in or to tho following de- i scribed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 March 1906

l : - 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 Hi .it but don't wait -buy land this Spring-. H H Send mo your namo and address and M " "I'll send you Illustrated Information, Hi Hi H! IrHHMHHI R F NESLEN Gonoral Agent, H llltlllllllUnilll 79 w- Second South Streot,'Salt Lako City. I The Local Merchant Advertisers H Is the beat Judge of advertising pnorallyflnd people who buy things H , " J , ,, in the mot receptive mood in the H value of the various weekly papers Barroundlng8 of Home and Family 1 In this Olty. He pnts his money especially at evening, when there is H where it pays best The best paper leisure and inclination for reading; H . m-, ,-, Kof noi. r. fiiA experienced advertisers know this H for him is the best paper for the ftng ndvertlse to reach the , H General Advertiser as well. TRUTH has the circulation and will certainly bring yon ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 March 1906

Jsgi ! I Vol. S; No. 26 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 10, 1906. Price 5 Cents ' " 1 PRIVATE BILL GRAFT IN CONGRESS -fl At the closo of the congressional day of Friday, February 1G, cays Col- Mer's Weekly, there had been lntro- :" duced In the House of Representatives 15.0GG bills. Of these nearly thirteen thousand were what is known as "Pri vate;" that' Is, they propose In some form or other, and for one purpose or another, to tako money out of the ', treasury and give It to prlvato por- 1 sons, organizations, or corporations. I Nearly nlnety-flvo hundred of them grant pensions or increase of pensions to persons who can not secure such benefit in tho regular way through the pension bureau. Over two thou sand seek to satisfy claims growing ; out of tho civil war, and about twelve 1 hundred lay tho foundation for future pension legislation through tho con- j gressional straightening out of crook-; ed military records. In tho plain Eng lish of the day, practically tho whole thirteen thou...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 March 1906

F 2 , TRUTH, H TRUTHS. H If the Rcpiiblicans don't settlo their internal dlftcrences they will very H grcptly jeopardise their1 chances o H carrying Salt Lake county next No- vcmbor. If tho "American" city nd HJ. ministration gives a good clean busi Hi ncss city government and the Ropubll Hj cans don't get togethor tho Amoricans H will stand a good chance of carrying Ht tho county. If tho Republicans don't H harmonlzo and tho "Amoricans boro H holes In the bottom of their own boat H as they havo commenced to do, tho H' Democrats will stand an excellent I1 chance of carrying this county. M .4 . H President Roosovelt will soon sub- ' mlt tho names of B. D. It. Thompson HJ and P. D. Hobbs for register and re- Hj eclver of tho local land offices. & J H, ' The Tribuno is very soro over tho H nomination and confirmation of Arthur i L. Thomas as postmaster for Salt Hj; Lake City. " Hj Ex-Senator Kearns has returned to H i the city. Despite tho knocking of his H' personal press organ ho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 March 1906

TRUTH. I I A LOCAL BEAU BRUMMEL. An aspiring young journalist of Salt Lake tho word "journalist" Is used advisedly, as ho himself admits tho . title and ho has never been credited with the name of newspaper man Is pondering on tho question that has bothered greater minds than his for centuries. 1 This question is "whether 'tis better to be first In Itomo or second in Gaul," or, as It presents itself in this particular case, whether 'tis bettor to bo first in tho kitchen or second In tho parlor. This "journalist," who, for 1 ifr. want of a better name, might bo called Toddy, does odd Jobs around a print- ins orilco during the week and occa sionally, when his social obligations will permit, is allowed by his senior ,g to write society Items for tho paper 0 Items so scintillating with wit and hu mor that he himself admits nothing of their kind can bo found outside of Town Topics or Tho Police Gazette. It happened that this Beau Brum , jfi) mel, serene in tho knowledge that ho 3 had daz...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 March 1906

Bv i l 4 TRUTH. - . i I m-iy IN THE SOCIAL REALM H M Mrs. A. E. Walker returned Sunday BJ from tho cast, having spent some BJ1 time In Washington, Now York and BJ on a trip to tho Bahama Islands. H Mr. and Mrs. Qcorgo Y. Wallace left BJ Monday for San Francisco, whence BJ they sail during tho week for Hono- BJ lulu and later for Japan. BJ. & & BJ Mrs. Prlscllla Jennings, nccora- BJ panicd by hor little granddaughter, BJ, Prlscllla, left Monday for Los An- BJ gclcs. It v5 BJ Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Grant has re- BJ i turned from a week's stay in Denver. BJ & BJr Mrs. W. L. Green loft Sunday aftcr- BJ' noon for a stay of a few weeks In Los BJ Angeles and vicinity. BJ, v Mrs. J. N. Hamilton hns returned Bl' from a trip of Bomo two months to' BJ; New York. BJ .S t BJ, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Newell left on BJ Sunday for San Francisco. BJ Bl Dr. William Mack has gone to Call- BJ fornla for a few months. During his BJ absence Miss Florence Reynolds will BJl bo tho guest of her sister, M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 March 1906

TRUTH. 5 I me. You make statements that, on their face, seem an Impossibility. For Instance, you say "Glasmann was , thoroughly despised and hated by the people of Ogden. Yet by some means or another, not easily understood, he had a way of compelling those who despised and denounced him the most to thoroughly do his bidding." w Then again you say "The generally accepted explanation of Olasmann's power or hold on the people of Weber county Is that ho owned a newspaper and used It so unscrupulously against his enemies that men were afraid to oppose him, dreading the lash." Then you go on and say "Glasmann was , twice elected to the legislature and twice elected mayor of Ogden" where the people all despise, hate or fear V him. Have you ever seen words pre- ' sentlng more Incongruous, paradoxical, absurd statements? Think a moment! Do you believe If the people despised, hated and feared me they would vote for mo on a secret '" ballot? Do you think such a man could get mora votes than ou...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 March 1906

I 6 TTillTM. I I SH AMUSEMENTS HH I I Salt Lako theatre "Witch of tho HJ Woods," matinee today( performance tonight. Orphoum Modern Vaudeville, roat Hr lnoo and ovenlng. HJ1 Lyric "Baltlmoro Beauties," wook beginning with today's matinco. & & H' COMING ATTRACTIONS. H Salt Lako theatre "County Chalr- HJ' man," March 12-14; Prlmroso Mln- HJ' strels, March 15-1C; Florence Roborts, March 17th. H There will bo a carnival of youth- HJ fill amateurs at tho Salt Lako thcatro HJ1 this afternoon and ovenlng, In an op- HJ oratlc extravaganza entitled, "Tho HJ' i Witch of tho Woods." Indeed nearly HJ' all tho stage aspirants of tho Liberty HJ Stako Amusement association aro on Hi listed under tho Witch's banner. HJ' Every kind of witch nearly threo li hundred of them has been gathered HJ ( with a Salem fine tooth comb from HJj tho precincts of witchery, south ot Hi tnvn. Those who think tho days of HJi witchery nro past aro mistaken. Old HJ1 Salem town has opened Its gales and J Salt La...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 March 1906

TRUTH. 7 Ellibllshid 1864 W.P.KISER.Mif. I Henry 2 Wagener 5 Brewing 3 I Co. 5 f LAGER BEER & PORTER" I L s - Special attention given to bottled beer for family trade. Free 2 , - delivery to all parts of g the city. ! office: .. 74 e st first south jl' m PHONE 218. Most Popular Christian Names. Somo years ago a tabulation of the names of 100,000 English men and women was made. The twenty-flvo Christian names that were most com mon among them are as follows, the relative popularity of each being shown by the order In which they stand: Mary, William, John, Elizabeth, Thomas, . George, Sarah, James, Charles, Henry, Alice, Joseph, Ann, Jane, Ellen, Emily, Frederick, Annie, Margaret, Emma, Eliza, Robert, Ar thur, Alfred, Edward. Twelve of theso are women's names, and thirteen are men's names. Two-thirds of the 100, 000 persons bore one or the other of the twenty-five, the rest dividing among them names In great variety. Seems Probable. ! "I see that an Iowa woman claims I to have vis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 March 1906

17 l 8 XR.U TH. s I TRUTM H Itauoil Woolily by W Truth Publlahlng Company. H; Weatorn Newspnpor Union Hulldltic, 241 i South Woat Templo Street, B Salt Lake City Hi i John W. Hughes, Editor andManagor H I'.tnerod June 19, 1903, at Salt Lake City, Utah ' a moond-class matter under aot of Cougroia H of SInrch 3. 1879- H Terms of Subscription. ON3 YRAU .In advance) $2.00 MX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 H' 111 REE MONTHS (In advance) 75 H Pustmastera aendlncaubacrlptlona to TRUTH may retain 25 per aeut of subscription prlco u-i commission. H' If tho paper l not desired beyond the date aubBorlbed for, the publication should be ) uotlUed by lettor two weeks or moro before , tho term expires. H, Dlaoontlnuancos. H Kemomber that tho publisher must be notl H Itod by lettor when a subscriber wishes his H l"er (topped ; all arrears muat be paid in i H! Iteiiuostsof subaorlbera to have their papor Hi i mailed to a new address, to secure atten- l lion, must mention former as well as pros- i out addr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 March 1906

TRU XM- 9 I PRIVATE DILL GRAFT IN CON. GRESS. & , Continued from Pago 1. tho allowance possibility, and then there Is only gratitudo for past favors to keep him still working for tho -1 Member's ro-clectlon. But with a w careful Congressman that does not happen often enough to endanger his chances at tho polls, or In tho nomin ating conventions. So much for the method of work In tho district. Now for the manner of getting tho bills through Congress. It Is tho good old log-rolling plan: "You tlcklo me, Tom, and I'll tlcklo you, Jerry." It Is a caso of tacit consent nil around, no questions asked and no mJm obstacles raised. It has oven gono so ,TJ' far that an understanding Is reached soon after Congress meets each year how many pension bills each Member may have for the session, but In ox- ceptlonal cases a man may get more ' than tho allowance. The number de pends, to some extent, on the strength of the public clamor and tho Presiden tial demand for retrenchment. For i 'ft this...

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

t - - ' ' o TRUTH. I LIBRARIES ON U. S. WARSHIPS. Their Institution Has Been Elevating to Officers and Men. 1 Without tho Impetus of prlvato phil anthropy tho libraries of tho ships In 1 tho United States navy are steadily i Increasing. Tho necessity of provid ing good reading for tho public on shore has long been recognized in civ j lllzed communities, but In no condi tion of llfo Is Its necessity so urgent as aboard ship. This statement Is peculiarly applicable to men-of-war, whoro tho monotony of a threo years' Iservlco is not relieved by the amus ing antics and dally vivacity of pas sengers and whero cruises aro much I longer than in tho ordinary mercan- tllo' service. It would bo difficult to oxaggerato tho value of tho servlco i rendered by tho libraries In warships. There aro many idle moments In man- 1 1 of-wnr llfo when officers and enlisted men" long for something with which to absorb their surplus energies. In I tho old days, when llbarrlcs woro J not regularly supplied, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 March 1906

. TRU TM, 11 I i H We invite you to get in on a good thing by buying now : Bonanza Mountain I Gold Mining Co. I 25 CENTS A SHARE I Property comprises the well known Great Eastern group on Bonanza mountain, con- sisting of five claims, surrounded by the Rush, Peerless, Golden Sceptre, Denver and M others. Unquestionably on the strike of the le dges that are making Boianza Mountain world M famous. jjil Officers! John S.Cook, President, (Banker); John W. Seller, Vice-President and jfl General Manager; O. O.Kincaid, Treasurer, Cashier John Q. Cook & Co., Bankers ! Goldfield and Rhyolite. f'fl Property is deeded absolutely to the corporation, no debts, no incumbrances. Con- siderable prospect work already done, showing values in several places. f'fl FIFTY THOUSAND SHARES J Only will be sold at 25 cents, so we urge our clients to buy at once. The price will I be advanced with the sale of each 50,000 shares. Stock will be listed at once on Gold- field and San Francisco Boards. This is ...

Publication Title: Truth
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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