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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 March 1906

IHIHHHiHHHHHJHHHHHHJHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHMHHBBBBHiHH I 4 TRUTH. HH1 ' ' - ' . I ' I gUi IN THE SOCIAL REALM HH HJ Mrs. Ralph Guthrio entertained In HJ1 ' honor of her guests, Mrs. E. C. Elliott and Miss Katherlno Elliott of Kansas ' City. HJ Miss June Whlttemoro has gone to HJ Denver, whero sho will bo tho guest HJ of "Miss Allccn Yard. H H ' Mrs. Berkhoel and Jack Berkhoel' loft Monday ovenlng for Los Angeles, i fi whero they will remain for a couple HJ, of weeks. & X H Miss Marguerlto Donnellan Is visit HJ ing somo of her school friends at Los HT Angeles. & HJ Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cunningham HJ announce the engagement of their daughter, Alice, to Charles W. Pratt. HJ The wedding will take place late this HJi Tho annual mooting of tho Cleofan HJ was hold Tuesday afternoon at tho HJ homo of Mrs. Charles Wells of Second HJ street. Tho election of officers took HJ placo with the following result: Pres- HJf Ident, Mrs. Edna W. Sloan; vice pros- HW ldent, Sara R. Booth; recording...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 March 1906

Ill TRUTH. s ('; linens cr laco; but that can't bo helped. Pew arc- round nnd none lit snugly; almost without exception they i l are loose, almost "box" backs, with I flaring fronts that run down Into fairly deep points to prevent a "dumpy" shape. In batiste they are even pret- k tier thaln In lace, unless a combination of the two is achieved. Embroidered batiste with medallions of val (real, naturally) are beautiful; so with Irish point. The best combinations of laces continues, by all means, to be these two; they make both for effectiveness and daintiness. I am especially full o. Parisian ideas this week because an array of models and descriptions has been sent mo from that birthplace of seductive gowns. There Is no doubt about the popularity of Empire models, and and while at first glance they may seem to be ousting the prlncesse, 1 jj" think they aro not. It stands to reason that laces, soft silks, chiffons, and so on through tho gamut of filmy mate rials, are more graceful when...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 March 1906

: -if 6 r pi u t M. i , " !. I I H1 AMUSEMENTS SUM Salt Lako tlioatre University Dra matic club In "Nlobo" tonight. Orphcum Modern vnudovlllo, matt 1 nco today, performance tonight. ', i Lyric "Avcnuo Girls," one week 1 T with matinee beginning today, J & COMING ATTRACTIONS. ' I Salt Lake theatre "Pitt, Paff, Pout," 1 I April 5-7. ' & & I Tho University Dramatic Club ap , ,. pears for tho last tlmo in ''Nlobo" to night. I regret my inability to rovlow tho work of tho students In this their jj latest success, but tho time of going j to press renders It Impossible to give II theso roistering student players tho ln !j tended prnlso to which their efforts are . it always entitled. Every University nl- ; I umnus In tho town should go to the i theatro tonight It is his duty to help, i with fadeless laurel, the largo, swell ing domes of these Intellectual per formers. I What's tho matter with 'em? I Why they're all right! f Who's all right? Why, tho U. of U. Dramatic club I - I...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 March 1906

I . TRUTH. 7 HI Eilabllihid 1864 W. P.KISER.Mgr. Henry '. I Wagener I Brewing Co. m I Tager beer & porter" i w Special attention given to bottled beer for family trade. Free "tS m delivery to all parts of the city. c m 9 - office: J 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH . M m phonc sis. A Word to the Wise. Did you ever stop to think what 200 per cent on your Idle money will earn for you? A ?50 lot In Smelter City will earn that amount ot Interest In ninety days. SMELTER CITY TOWNSITE CO., No. 201 D. P. Walker Blk. o TO THE PUBLIC. The 190G edition of It. L. Poll; & Co.'s Salt Lake City Directory Is now In press. All persons who have re cently made any change ' In their jgr , business or residence locations, and ?!: a'l now comers, aro requested to .-, . write us or call at our offices in ar il der to insure correct Insertion of A their names, business, etc. No changes will bo taken over the phono. W. P. COOPER, Sec. & Mgr., C17-020 Dooly Bldg. ORPHEUM MODERN VAUDEVILLE Entrance on .State ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 March 1906

I 8 TRUTH. I TRUTrt I J Isued Weekly by I I Truth Publishing Company. If Westorn Newspaper Union IJuUdliirr, 211 1; i South West Tomplo Street, i , Salt Lake-City I John W. Hughes, Editor andManager Hi I H1 i' Entered June 19, 190-1, at Salt Lake City, Utah H as second-class matter under act of Coiigreis of March 3. 1879' H ' Hi ( I Terms of Subscription. ' i I ONB YKAIt Inadvanoe) $2.00 Hi l, SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 '' ' THREB MONTHS (In advance) 75 H Postmasters seiidliifrsubscrlptionst" TRUTH may retain 25 per cent of subscription price HJ' os oomraliilon. HJ If the paper Is not desired beyond the date HJ subscribed for, the publication should be HJ II j notlUed by letter two weeks or more before J ! I the term expires. H HJ Discontinuances. HJi it I Remember that tho publisher must bo notl- HJ' J I hod by letter whou a subscriber wishes hw J i (! paper stopped; ail arrears must be paid in HJ Requests of subscribers to have their paper HJ ' mailed to a new address, to soouro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 March 1906

. TRUTH- ? 1 GEMS FROM AMBROSE BIERCE. (Compiled for Truth by Clarence E it Eddy.) "For somewhat lamely the conception runs Of a brass-buttoned Jesus firing guns." The above quotation Is not a sacri lege as may seem. It Is a part of Am brose Dlerce's reply to an assertion from a high source, that we have "a Christian army and a Christian navy." Blerce Is considered a severe critic, but that Is because his arguments and epigrams are so often unanswerable. He Is perhaps the" greatest master of eplgramatlc poetry that America has produced. He has long been a prolific writer both In prose and verse and v, readers are sure to prize the gems we have here collected from "Shapes of Clay," his latest volume of 400 pages of verse from the Murdoch Press ot . San Francisco. The Politician Let Glory's sons manipulate The tiller of the ship of state; Be-mlnc the humble, useful toll To "work" the tiller of the soil. Detected In Congress one great Mowther shone, Debating weighty matters; Now Into a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 March 1906

1 'Is I 10 TRU TM, IRON MINERS TO GET INCREASE. a At a confcronco at Ishpemlng be- Itwcen representatives ot tlio leading mining corporations opcrntlng In the Lake Superior region, It was decided to readjust tho wage scale of a major ity of the workmen. The scale adopt ed Is not mado public, but It is under stood to bo much moro fnvorablo than that In effect up to this time. A year ago tho stool corporation gave Its em ployes a 10 per cent Increase. That action was not solicited, and tho pres ent adjustment comes In a- similar way. Hj Senator's Early Struggles. m Senator McLaurln of Mississippi fl had very limited opportunities for an early education, having been raised on a farm and attended tho neighbor ing schools occasionally until 1G years old, when ho joined the confed erate army as a private u Jewish Services r Africa. Tho first Jewish sorvlcps over held In British East Africa were held on Yom Klppur at tho Masonic Hall, ol Nairobi, and resulted In tho formation of a congrega...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 March 1906

TRU T M. " jj ' Bargain Days in Real Estate i Town Lots in ! SMELTER CITY J Is one of the SAFEST AND BEST INVESTMENTS In Utah today. Do you appreciate the fact that Salt Lake County - and the Ir.ter-Mountaln States are on the eve of a permanent and substantial boom. GET IN NOW ON THE GROUND 9 FLOOR AND BUY when you can buy right. You certainly can't buy wrong when you Invest your savings where It will double In. value while you sleep. A TOWN LOT IN SMELTER CITY will be worth twice Its present selling' value In THIRTY DAYS. If you're from Missouri, let us show you. Buy Where the Crowd is Buying is Usually a Pretty Safe Business Axiom. i DO YOU WANT.A SAFE AND LEGITIMATE INVESTMENT for your Idle cash? If you do, a suggestion to tho shrewd buyer Is sufficient. During the past week over ONE HUNDRED LOTS were sold a convincing argument, don't you think, as to the future of Smelter City? Among the buyers were residents of Goldfleld, Nevada; Pocatello, Idaho; Butte and Helena, Montana; Pro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 March 1906

12 TRUTH, LET THEM ESCAPE. Those two deserters from the Rus sian navy, who came Into this country as stowaways, nnd who have been or dered deported, are In a very bad ' ' state. Having been examined by the surgeons of the navy department, It has been officially decided they have trachoma of tho eyelids, and that, be ing thus afflicted, they must be de ported. i To send them back to their own country means delivering them over 1 to tho executioner, because both will bo tried by drum-head court-martial and shot. Russia Isn't In the business of forgiving deserters at this time. 'Realizing this state of affairs, several San Francisco clergymen, irrespective 1 . of denomination, have petitioned Sec retary Metcalf to use his good offices $ with tho president to hnvo tho decls- f , Ion of tho surgeon-general of the navy 'j revoked, but thero does not seem to i be much hope, because tho regulations ' i on that point aro Inexorable and man datory. Tho only way these men can m nvold the fate ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 March 1906

TRUTH. 13 Lawyer's Directory. For handy reference, Truth prints the list of Salt Lake's practicing lawyers, with their addresses, If any names are omitted, or if there are any errors In the list, corrections and ad ditions will be made on receipt of notl- flcatlon. Anderson, J. II. 68 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. NO. BIk. BIWg. Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. Barker, F. E. 145 4th Street. Barnes, A. R. 212 S. Main. Bennett & Blerer 163 S. Main. Bird. W. H. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. Booth, Leo & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Boswell, Wm. 401 McCornlck Block. f Botkln, Theo. 163 Keith Building. Bowdle, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker. Boyd, C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. A. Bradley & Rlachel 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. . Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block Breeden & Farnsworth 311 D. F. Walker. Brothers, M. R 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Arthu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 March 1906

13 M TRUTH. I I J. LIndcIl, defendant Sunimons. I I The State of Utah, to the eald defend I ant: I You aro hereby summoned to np I' f pear within twenty days after tho I I sorvlco of this sunimons upon you, If It served within tho County In which I' h this action Is brought, otherwise, with !(' ' In thirty days after sorvlco, nnd de It fend the abovo entitled action; and In I' ' case of your failure so to do, Judg Ij ' ment will rendcrod against you ac I cording to tho demand of tho com I! plaint, which within ten days after Ij sorvlco of this summons upon you j will bo filed with the clerk of this I' 3 court. i 0. M. NIELSEN, I, Plaintiff's attorney. ' P. O. Address, Constitution Bldg., I, ; Alain Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. I I J. E. ENGEBRETSEN, I ij Attorney, l I East 'First South Street. I'll SUMMONS. II IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ft tho Third Judicial District of the State jf of Utah, County of Salt Lake. L. iw Sery, plaintiff, vs. Maggio Sery, do- l fendant. IJ Summons. Tho S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 March 1906

: , XRUT H. 1 Kythryn Osterman m B. C. Whitney's "PIFF PAFF POUF" I BANDIT CROWE HAS REFORMED , AND WILL LECTURE. Mr. Patrick Crowe, ox-bandit, ex kldr.apper, ex-murdorer, ex-hokUup an ox all 'round bad man who Ins sue ceeded In eluding punishment for his multifarious crime3 Is now posing as a reformed character and proposes to embark on a lecture tour of the United States telling how and why ho came to drop crime as a "profes sion," and to give advice to clergymen and others as to the most effective moans which they can use to prevent others from falling into the wicked ways which ho for some many years followed. He has an advanco agent on the road making arrangements for his appearances in the towns of the west and paving tho way for Mr. Growo and his confederates in the lecturo scheme- to rake in as bountl , ,w fill a harvest of dollars as possible. Mr. Crowe, who is now in Omaha, tho scene of many of his diabolical crimes, has only been reformed a couple of months or so and so f...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 March 1906

I Hi I 16 TH.UTH. I , If You Enjoy I Grand Scenery H You will -be more than pleased with what you see from H ' the windows of the Burlington's thro' Tourist and I Standard sleeping1 cars leaving Salt Lake City every H( day for eastern cities. H ! These cars run thro' the heart of the Rockies and you H have choice of routes. Scenery is not the only attrac- H tion, for the cars are modern and comfortable. I H '( Ploasod to clvo you further Information. iini r. F. NESLEN, Goneral Agent, IRmiTWffl c B & ' Ry' IlllllllUiUlHIII 79 W. Second South Streot, Salt Lake City. II : H;l The Local Merchant Advertisers H : Ib the beat judge of advertising generally And people who buy things M J' , , .. J , ii in the mot receptive mood in the lae of the various weekly papora Barr0unding8 of Homo and Family 1 in this City. He puts his money especially at evening, when there is Mu where it pays best The best paper leisure and inclination for reading; for him is the best paper for the experienced a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 April 1906

. I Vot. S; No. 30 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, APRIL 7, 1906. t Price 5 Cents I . . r M POLITICAL HELANQE 1 GIvo a fool ropo enough and he will 1 hang himself, la an ancient truelsm which may be very appropriately ap plied to the "American" party. Since It entered upon the administration of the affairs of the municipality, only threo months ago, It has been dem onstrated that it is a party that is cut for the spoils. Gross cxtrayagance, in competence and disregard for the wel fare of the public has markoJ Its course thus far. Its management of the fire department alone has cost the property owners at least ?50,000 In in creased insurance rates. Wo don't mean to say that Chief Vail Is incom petent. He may be a very efficient head of the department, but it has yet to be demonstrated. But the fact re mains that owing to the deposing of Former Chief Bywater and other changes, tho additional Insurance pre miums have had to bo paid. Tho ex penses of running every other depart ment have been inc...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 April 1906

I 2 T H.UTM. . H voked tho right of injunction against H a combination of laborers. Wo have H invoked it certainly a scoro of times H against combinations of capital; 1 H think possibly oftener. Thus, though H wo havo secured tho issuance of in- H junctions in a number of cases against H capitalistic combinations, it has hap- H pened that we have never tried to H secure an injunction against a com- blnation of labor. But, understand H me, gentlemen, if I over thought it H necessary, if I thought a combination H of laborers were doing wrong, I would m apply for an Injunction against them H just as aulck as against so many cap- itallsts." "Refreshingly straight and whole- some talk," tho New York Evening H Post (Ind.) calls it, and adds this H about the labor men: "Thoy desiro to bo exempt from M the ordinary processes of tho courts H processes which, as tho President H showed, they aro tho first to invoke against employers of labor. Theso M haters of privileges covet tho most in H to...

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

TRUTH. . 3 I COLOR, LIFE AND VARIETY AT THE ORPHEUM. Color, llfo and variety will make the Orpheum show next week one of the brightest and most entertaining of the season. While there will be plenty of fun for patrons, the bill as a whole wljl have an uncommonly high tone, and will bo one to which those sadly over- 3 worked and abused vaudeville adjec tives, "polite" and "refined," may ap propriately be applied. ' The star of the bill is Edwin A. Ste vens, a polished and versatile actor, who presents a llttlo sketch entitled "A Jlght Out." Ho is assisted by young Miss Marshall, who has little to do except allow herself to be talked to. Stevens comes home to his flat from his club to find his wife away and his young-cousin in possession. He then proceeds to entertain her with sketches of llfojat the club, which are excep tionally clever. He recites and sings, and from first to last is essentially en tertaining. Another strong feature will bo E. Frederick Hawley and company pre sentin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 April 1906

4 TRUTH. I g IN THE SOCIAL REALM HJ M Dr. Hugh B. Spraguo entertninoil a M number of his young friends at a the- ntro party at tho Salt Lako theatre Thursday night to witness tho first performance of "Plff, Paff, Pluf." Mrs M A. E. Walker chnporonod tho party. l After tho performance tho party had fl n Dutch supper at Mrs. Walker's In M the Emery-Holmes. H Tho sons and daughters of "Old M Kentucky," of whom there aro a num- H her In Salt Lake, havo recelvod vory M handsomo and artistic souvenirs in the M form of a booklet, Inviting them to M attend tho annual reunion in Louis- vllle, Juno 13 to 17. m Tho James B. McKcan W. R. C. was M entertained by Mrs. Powers, 78 West M street, Popperton Placo, from 2 to 5 M Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Powers fl was assisted by Mrs. Fred Woy, Mrs. fl Wellington, Mrs. Weston, Mrs. Wens- fl neff and Mrs. Koldncr. A pleasant fl social afternoon Is promised. m Mrs. Jackson McChrystal will spend H tho rest of this month In California, M when Mr. McChrysta...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 April 1906

TK.UTM. s M OBJECTS TO SENATOR DUBOIS' , STRICTURES ON MORMONS. . f , The report of the committee on privileges and elections In the Smoot case will be mailo to tho senate about April IB. Tho cnso has now been dragging for threo years. In fact, final arrangements by fcoilnsel were made In January, 1905, but for some reason tho chairman of the committee, Senator Burrows, de sired to extend into another Congress and his way prevailed. No ono in Washington who has followed tho caso believes that Senator Smoot will bo Unseated. But three members of the commit tee attended the closing hearings last week, Senator Burrows, Senator Du bois and Senator Frazler of Tennes see. Tho latter attended ono morning session and did not appear afterwards. It is doubtful if any objection would over have been made to tho seating , of Smoot if tho statement had not ' been circulated at the tlmo of his election that ho was a polygamlst. r This- Idea gained widespread currency , and probably Is still beliov...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 April 1906

I 6 TRUTH. I I'-g&Ji AMUSEMENTS gjgT M Salt Lalto theatre "Piff! Paft! H Pouf!" tonight. H Orphoum Modern Vaudeville, mati- H Hoe today, performance tonight. H Lyric "Rellley and Wood's nig M Show," one '.week beginning with to- H day's mnllncp. M M COMING ATTRACTIONS. 1 Salt Lako theatro V Witch or the M woods," April 9th; "Little Johnny M Jones," April 10-12th; Murray arid H Mack In "Around the Town,"" April 13- 1 "Plft! Paff! Pouf!" Is an amusing ' alliteration for a title. It sounds like H't the nolso wo mako when blowing a m feather In tho air. But "PIff! Paff! H Pouf!" under any other rose name H would still strip the thorn of ennut H from the tircsomo stem of every day H, life. In tho spring, when all the world H Is breaking from its green shell, if ) tho youn man's fancy doesn't always lightly turn to thoughts of lovo there Is tho still lighter alternative of "Pirf! Hi Paff! Pouf!" a musical cocktail hlgh- H ly entertaining to thoso who find the H cherries. And tlicro ar...

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

1 Elb!lihii 1864 W. P. KSER, Mir. Jt 5 Henry 6 Wagener S. Brewing 3 STAGER BEER & PORTER" I - f St . m Special attention given'to bottled beer for family trade. Free st m delivery to all parts of " the city. m J . office: JJ ME ST FIRST SOUTH J PHONE 218. m m '" ' . ' ORPHEUM MODERN VAUDEVILLE "Entrance on State Street Both 'Phones 3509 ' Week Commencing Monday, April 9, 1906 MR.. EDWH STEVENS In "A Night Out" , AssistodbV1. MlsS Marshall E. FREDERIQHAWLEY & CO. Presenting 'The Bandit" jj THE WARD TRIO 3 European Gymnasts THE HOLDSWORTHS Dan joists, Singers and Dancers THE GREAT NELLO MaiteriJuggler EARLY AND LAKE Comedy, Singing and Talking Act I THE INSURANCE SOLICITOR liy the Klnodrotno aMsss i ill i ssgssa Every Evening (ExceptSunday), 75c 50c, 25c. Box Seats fl.00 Matinees, Tues., Thurs., Sat., 50c, 25c, 10c. Box Seats 75c J'y Re irt's "Ge-wr f. I Mr. George met an old friend of his whom ho had not seen for years, not since they were boys together. Ho invited the gentle...

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