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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 May 1906

4 TFtU TM. h r, I I HH IN THE SOCIAL REALM ggg H Mrs. George P. Holman was the H hostess at an "at homo" Monday arter H noon in honor of Mrs. T. W. London H of Portland. The drawing room wa H prettily decorated with American H Deauty roses and peach blossoms. The m dining room was in whlto and pink, a M mound of whlto snapdragons and pin); M carnations forming tho centerpiece. M Mrs. Ellsworth Daggett and Mrs. J. P. M Mcgcath poured tea and chocolato nnu M Were assisted by Mrs. O. B. Pfoutz M and Mrs. O. E. Cary. Tho library waf M bright with a profusion of tho yellow M canyon sunflowers. Punch was served M during tho afternoon by Mrs. Scton M I Indsay and Miss Rooklldge. During fl thti afternoon hours 100 guests called. M Society was well represented Mon- B uTSy 'cVdiilng nt tho kindergarten ben- M oflt entertainment. Among those wnu M entertained parties were Mr. and Mrs M Simon Bamberger, Mr; nnd Mrs. M. M II. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Hcbcr M. M Wells, Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Jones nnd M ...

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

s T HU TM, 5 1 day afternoon at 4 o'clock In honor of tho fortieth anniversary of their mar riage. About 100 guests will be en tertained, President and Mrs. Smith will be assisted In receiving by their children. Mrs. Agnes Ireland has gono for a week's stay In southern Utah. fc A Mr. and Mrs. William H. Nutting havo returned from their wedding trip and aro at homo at 587 First streot. C. W. Gilletto of Ashoville, N, C, has been In tho city a guest of Mrs. L. A. Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Moffatt spent Wednesday in Salt Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Rulon S. Wells, and left that night for their future homo In Nowhouso. Mrs. H. Stoltz and daughters, tho Misses Gertrudo and Sophia, aro vis- -' itlng at tho homo of Samuel Weltz. & & Miss Edytho and Miss Bob Eller bcck have returned from Stanford. Mrs. William C. Hall entertained at luncheon Friday, followed by a party at tho Salt Lake theatre, in honor of Mrs. D. P. Tarpoy, of San Francisco. Covers at the luncheon were laid for ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 May 1906

I 6 TRUTH. I I Il AMUSEMENTS g&f H H AMUSEMENTS. Salt Lako theatre. "The Woman In HJ tho Case," matlnco today, performance HJ tonight. J Orpheum. Modern Vaudeville, mat- Bb lnco today, performance to night. Hi Lyric theatre. "Now Century Girls" Hi one week, beginning with today's mnt HJ HI & H COMING ATTRACTIONS. M Salt Lako theatre "Tho Lion and tho Mouse," May 8-12. H At tho matlnco today and perform- HJ anco tonight, Blanche Walsh will HJ make her final appearance in "Tho HJ Woman In tho Case," Miss Walsh has HJ a largo personal following In 'Aon and HJ the box-ofllco will bo busy all day. Tho play Is said to bo Clyde Fitch at his HJ brightest holding tho mirror up to HJ tho foibles and follies of society. M The llttlo tots God bless them! HJ of tho Fi-ee Kindergarten had their HJ chubby hands filled with sweet charity, HJ last Monday night. Tho entertainment HJ for their benefit at tho Salt Lako thca- HJ tro, was, from every viow point, an HJ unquallflcd success. A local...

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

truth, 7 i Eilablllhid 1864 W. P. KISER.Hgr. I Henry 5 Wagener l Brewing I Co. ;- j LAGER BEER & PORTER 3 S 3 5 . Special attention given to bottled m beer for family trade. Free delivery to all parts of . the city. I J office: J, 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH PHONE 218. 1 POPULAR TALKS ON LAW. CONTRACTS. What Makes a Contract? There are two elements that aro al ways present In a contract, namely an offer and an acceptance. If either Is lacking there Is no contract. Not every offer and acceptance makes a contract for a breach of which an ac tion will Ho In tho courts. If, for In stance, I offer to entertain you at lun cheon and I fall to appear at tho time, there is an offer and an acceptance p but no breach of contract. Therefore, wo should understand that the offer, In order to lead up to a contract, must bo an offer of a contract, that Is, somo- J,( thing Intended to change tho legal re lations of tho parties; so, an offer made in jest, if so understood, can not lead un to a contract. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 May 1906

I 8 TRU TH. ' I TRUTM M Issued Weekly by M Truth Publishing Company. Wostorn Newspnpor Union Hullcllne, 241 BBJ South West Templo Street, BBB Salt Lake City H John W.Hughes, Editor andMnnager B Entered June 19, 190:1, at Salt Lake City, Utah BBBJ ns seoond-clnm matter under aot of Congress B of Maroh 3, 1879' H Terms of Subscription. H ON8 YKAK iln advaneo) ....; $2.00 H SIX MONTHS (In advance) 100 H THREE MONTHS (In advaneo) 75 B Postmasters sondlriBSiibscrlptlona to TKUTII BBpJ may retain 25 per oent of subscription prloo BBV as commission. H If the paper Is not desired beyond the date BBpJ subscribed for, the publication should bo BBpJ notliledby letter two weeks or more before BBV the term expires. H Discontinuances. H Remember that tho publisher must bo notl- BBpJ tied by letter when a subscriber wishes his Faper stopped; all arrears must be paid In ull. H Requests of subscribers to have their paper BBpJ mailed to a new address, to secure atton- BBpJ tlon, must mention former a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 May 1906

XRU TH, ? i and other songsters are full of In spiration to one who loves them. The foot hills aro now covered with the delicate pink blossoms of the Sweet William or wild phlox, which give the appearance of a flood of amethyst. Tourists were gathering the blossoms to carry away as sou venirs of Fort Douglas. After lingering about the graves yM an(l pondetlng upon the solemn mys teries of death and the greater one of life, I took my departure, the birds' low warbling my only farewell. DELL DOLORES WATTS. POLK'S NEW CITY DIRECTORY. Polk's directory for the current year Is out. It's a handsome book and a big book, the biggest by far of any ot the fifteen directories of Salt Lako City which Polk & Co., have Issued In tho past fifteen years. It contains 42,995 names, which according to tho ordinary computation represents a population of 9C.72G. This Is probably about correct as It embraces Murray, Garfield smelter settlement, Hot Springs, Fort Douglas, Mount Olivet and other suburbs...

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

10 TRUTM, H CRAB HELPED CATCH RABBITS. M Mouthful English Poacher Gave Proof fl of Inventive Mlna. M On a property wlicro tho rabbit fl iliootlng was strictly preserved, upon M the soulhorn const of England, a boy U was caught with two dead rabbits in H his possession, and nothing that would H account tor their decease. A search H of his pocket revealed nothing but two H llvo crabs of smnll dimensions, the H end of a candle and a box of matches. H Under promise of release the urchin H was peruunded to disclose his method H of procedure. First ho selected n H lllcely burrow, nnd then stripped of H his clothes, putting his coat over one H hole, his trousers over another, an 1 H - his shirt over tho third. Ho lit tlm H cnndlo end, dropped n ll'tlo grcas1 M upon the crab's back, nnd stuck th" lighted candle thereon, and then pir H tho crab nt nn unoccupied openln" H Straightway tho frightened torch 1 bearer flod sideways Into tho dnrlnes H nnd explored the Innermost depths; B whllo tho ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 May 1906

TRUTH. WANDERER WELCOMED HOME. Pretty Custom That Prevails In Wur temberg, Germany. A custom, touching In its kindly good feeling, is that of putting a wreath of flowers over the linll door, to celobrato the return, after a Jour- I noy, of any member of the family. Usually the word "Welcome" is print- Hf ed on a big card and encircled by the wreath; but sometimes the cntho door is framed in green and a bunch of flowers at the top gives brightness to the whole. A bride who did not havo her new home decorated for her entry would feel that shu had indeed been badly treated. If there is no orfb else to put up the wreath, no friends or family, if the bride is be ginning life in a strange city, then the servants give the decorations themselves, and It is tbey who pro- . vide a floral welcome ct the family when, it returns from its summer trip. ,f Wurtembergers, like other contlnen- !" tai peoples, live In apartments, one reason perhaps why the children aro loss boisterous than with us, as...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 May 1906

I 12 TRU T M, L i CONTRACT FOR NEW SCHOOL BUILDING. H Tho Kcarna press syndicate, com- H posscd of tho Tribune, Telegram, H Herald and tho little Weekly organ, H charges tho board of education with H dishonesty In tho lotting of a contract 1 for tho construction of a school build- H ing at Tenth West nnd Fourth North M streets, As usual tho syndicate pur- M poscly misrepresents. Seven bids worn received. Tho highest was $47,- 177 and tho lowest ?32,141., Tho lat M tor was really not a bid at all, bo M causo tho proposal was not accom M panted by a certified check for 5 per M cent of tho amount of tho bid, tho M samo to bo forfeited In caso tho bid m dcrs failed to enter into tho contract M and put up a bond far Its faithful per M formanco. Tho lowest bidder was no H tilled that a certified check would bo M required, but tho concern failed, for M good nnd sufficient reasons, to comply H with that requirement nnd tho bid M could therefore not bo considered. M Tho pcoplo making that bi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 May 1906

1 I i TRUTH. 3 i ' 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 bo made on receipt of noti- I flcatlon. (t Anderson, J. R. 68 Hooper Block, Anderson, T. J. 58 Hooper Block. Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Bloc'" I Backman, Q. H. 32 Main St. . Bailey, J. H. Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Blk. Blldg. Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. ! Barker, F. E. 145 4th Street Barnes, A. R. 212 S. Main. 1 Blerer, Everard, Jr., Auerbach Bldg. 1 Bird. W. H. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. 1 Booth, Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. 1 Boswell, Wm. 401 McCornlck Block. Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building. Bowdle, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker. f Boyd, C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. I Bradley & Rlschel 300 Atlas Block. a- Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. I '" Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block Breeden & Farnsworth 311 D. F. Walker. Brothers...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 May 1906

I 14 TRBTM. H C. S. PATTERSON, H Attorney, PJ Commercial Block. H SUMMONS. L In tho District Court of the Third pi Judicial District, in and for tho Coun- B ty of Salt Lake, State of Utah. Franklin Lawrence, Plaintiff, vs. HH The Bank of Commerce, a corporation, PH Mary Illllstrom, A. P. Fcrl, tho un- known heirs of A. P. Fori, C. K. Whit- H lng, tho unknown heirs of C. K. Whit- H lng, A. O. Bast, W. H. Grant,, Amanda H Stearns, Robert Crowton, Qarrlgnes & H Smith, a co-peratncrshlp, Wm. E. Mar- H tin, tho unknown heirs of Wm. 13. Mar- H tin, Anna Babetta Muntz, Jacob Muntz, B W. H. Clark, Ilobor J. Grant, W. H. pH Young, tho unknown heirs of W. H. PH Young, Mate B. Cromar, Lewis B. PH Coatcs, Salt Lake City Corporation, a PH municipal corporation, Niels P. Erlck- PH son, Wm. L. Haney, H. F. Bchncman, PH the unknown heirs of H. F. Behnoman, PH Arclilo McEachon, Alphous Rockwoort, PH Ann Crowton, Clara A- Bailey, Defend- PH ants. Summons. J Tho Stato of Utah to tho said do- PH fe...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 May 1906

TRUTH. )1 -iM 3 Namo o secretary, Georgo E. Qodward. 4 The amount of Its cap ital stock Is G The amount of Its lia bilities .Including cap ital) Is C Tho amount of Its As sets Is ? 210,487.95 7 Tho amount of Its Lia bilities (Including capital) Is 79,174.3: 8 Tho amount of Its In- como during tho pre ceding calendar year 2GG.2C2.44 9 Tho amount of Its ex penditures during tho preceding calendar year 238.052.2" 10 Tho amount of losses paid during the pre ceding calendar year 157,394.3 11 Tho amount of risks written during tho year 85C,47G.0C , , 12 Tho amount of risks In forco at tho end of tho year 9.799.1C2.0 , State of Utah, Ofllco of the Secro tary of State. ss. I, Charles S. Tlngoy, Secretary of State of tho State of Utah, do here by certify that tho above namol In suranco Company has filed In my of fice a detailed statement of lt3 cond' tlon, from which tho foregoing stite mcfit has boon prepared, and that the said company has In all other respects complied with tho laws of tho...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 May 1906

16 tu -r m, 1 L WKj Jiot Qo last personalty Conducted? H The cost is no greater than if you went unaccompanied, but H the enjoyment of the journey will be greatly increased if you H travel with the Burlington's Personally-Conducted Excur- B sions. H These excursions leave Salt Lake City every evening except H Sunday and Monday, traveling in Pullman Tourist sleeping H cars thro' the heart of the Rockies. The special conductors H are picked men of long experience and having a great store H of travel knowledge. H No matter where you are going, it M will pay you to learn about this plan. BR. F. NESLEN, General Agent, C. B. & Q. Ry., 79 W. Second South Street, Salt Lake City. H The Local Merchant Advertisers H Ib the boat judge of advertising generally And people who buy things H , , . . i ii. in the mot receptive mood in the MM value of the various weekly papers Barroundlng8 of otne and Famiiy mm in this Oity. He pnts liis money especially at evening, when there is H where it pays b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

, Vol. 5; No. 35 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 12, 1906. Price 5 Cents H K i i.i i. i i i -. i. ...I i ...... ... i ..i.. ... -i 1. 1 n iH The Political Outlook The Indications nro that there will be a very lively ami Interesting polit ical campaign this autumn. The talk for the past few months has been that the Republicans are "all shot to pieces," split up by internal dissen sions and weakened by losses to the so-called "American" party, and will stand a poor show in the next cam paign. It is a fact that the party dur ing the municipal campaign was han dicapped by a bunch of traitors who pretended to be working for the fur therance of the interests of the Re- publicans, when as a matter of fact they were not. Republican headquar- ' ters was thronged with so-called Re- ! publicans who on election day voted the Democratic ticket, and plenty or ' others who called themselves Repub- licans were acting as spies and hench men in the Interest of the "American" party, who while professing sym...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

I ' 2 TH.UTM, s . ' H-. THAT JUVENILE COURT MESS. Hi For the past ten days tho public has H been "treated" by tho dally papers M to a whole lot ot very salacious Action H, regarding tho doings of tho Juvenllo K court, In a caso In which a lC-yoar- H. old girl, named Edith Knox, an unwlll- 1 lng candidato for reformation, was tho K i central flguro. Sentiment has been K I worked up by tho daily papers to a H high pitch, women, mothers, mind you, K havo been interested In tho affair, tho H Trlbuno dovoted columns of Its "val- H uablo spaco" to dlsguBtlng details B which no doubt wero eagerly do- fl. vourcd by tho "many readers" of tho Tribune. H Tho reports in tho papers woro nine- M tenths fiction, malicious fiction, mado H up for tho solo purposo of dccoivlng H tho peoplo and striking a blow nt H Judge Brown, whom thoy don't liko H mainly because ho is a better man H than any of those who aro directing H their poisonous arrows at him. It is H related with all tho dramatic effect H p...

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

s TRUTH. 3 I that on tho day of final judgment Je sus 'Christ will hold court with twelve 1 Jews as associate judges. Tell the congregation that thoso who murder Jews will bo punished In tho next 1 world will bo condemned to eternal M punishment. Ubo tho relics. The day will'como when they will bo cast asklo, but that day Is many genera- , tlons afar. While they aro paraded, lot It bo In tho causo of humanity." Ho concludes with the surprising but concrete suggestion 'that tho Russian - church should display on every cathe- i dral, on every meeting-house, on every altar, tho legend,: "Remember that Christ was born of a Jewess. Ho was not crucified by 'tho Jews, but died becauso his death was commanded by his Father, tho God whom you wor- ship." rf TRUTH. J W. D. Livingston of Mantl Is an I applicant for tho appointment of ; "United States district attorney. I,lv- I Ingston Is a good fellow, true to his party and obligations, but It Is a set tled fact that tho place of district at to...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

' 4 fRUTH. I gm IN THE SOCIAL REALM gjgg Mrs. Mary E. Terliuno has returned 1, from Long Beach, Cal. ', J J I Mrs. Gcorgo W. Reed has gone to i St. Louis to visit her brother. 1 J '' Miss Mary Mooro has accompanied h' a party to Goldfleld for a few days. J J Mrs. C. C. Slado entertained the Third Street Card club Thursday aft ernoon. Lcsllo L. Savage hns loft for Ely, Nov. Mrs. Savago will remain In Salt Lake for sonio weoks. Mrs. Itlchard Stlngley and Miss Lei la Stlngley left Monday for a two months' eastern trip. wt & The Clcofan met Tuesday nfternoon with Mrs. Charles Wells, who read a paper on "Mcdlcvnl Art." Mr. nml Mrs. Henry Newell re turned Monday from Los Angeles, where they havo been for several months. Tho Woman's club mot Tuesday aft ernoon with Mrs. A. J. Johnson. The topic of tho afternoon was "CTiTTil Labor." II. E. Booth returned Monday from Long Beach, Cal., with his family, who have been In southern California since tho early winter. Cards havo boon received b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

GOODWIN'S WEEKLY ANENT PRIZE FIGHTS. 'And then, people hereabouts have icome to the conclusion (referring to a prize fight) .that they have endured " enough of the rule of priests, (who op ' posed the prizo fight) and many of , them havo an idea that if thoy are to be ruled by priests at all, there is lit tle preference between the Mlnistrlal ' association and the Mormon church. i Furthermore citizens of Intelligence , are not pleased in having sicked j upon them such a Calvinlstic fa- natic as the Rev. D. A. Brown, who is still preaching doctrine that was I rightly discredited In the dark ages i and was ancient In the days of Ma- hornet." Goodwin's Weekly. Some people have opinions for sale. One day the Ministerial association seems to be the winning card, the next day the prizo fighters' game seems to bo ifho best market In which to sell opinions. Consequently Goodwin's p Weakly (correct orthography) in pur- suanco of a policy which has worked for 1 low these many years, now shift...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

6 TH.UTM. . I I HH AMUSEMENTS gg)g I H Salt Lako theatre "Lion and tho f Mouse," matinee today, performance R' tonight. H , Lyric theatre Burlesque and ex- Hi I travaganza, matlnco today, porform- H1 anco tonight. B V COMING ATTRACTIONS. H Salt Lake theatre Nat Goodwin; H "Land of Nod;" Hawaiian Band. H Saltalr Sarah Dcrnhnrdt. H As a sincere endeavor to make a H drama out of fresh material taken from H contemporary American life "Tho Lion H and tho Monso" Is Interesting. The H big plays of tho future must and will H bo those which deal with tho heroics H of American adventure. Hero tho H captnins of Industry lead greater H armies; commerce Hows In deeper riv- H ers than elsewhere In tho world. Here H Jifo Is moro active In Its living and H sets a higher standard on Its nmbi- H tlous than In other countries. Hero H tho passions, the hopes nnd nsplra- H tlons, all tho flood tides of human on- H dcavor run In tho channels of a con- H tlncnt. Because of this because his- H tory is mado...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

TRUTH. 7 I I m x m EtliMlihtd 1664 W. P. XISER, M(r. Henry j I Wagener Brewing Co. m m I Tmbeer & porteF I m m m m tf t m Special attention given to bottled m beer for family trade. Free y m delivery to all parts of m the city. m p m J office: J 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH PHONE 218. m i ADDITIONAL SOCIALS Mrs. John E. Calno entertained a few fiends informally) Wedntesday evening. They were Invited to meet her guest. Mrs. Ernest Elbrldgo of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Post entertained Informally Wednesday evening for Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cary. Mrs. William C. Jennings was the I hostess at a bridge tea Thursday aft ernoon. She was assisted by Mrs. I Isaac Jennings, Mrs. L. M. Bailey and Mrs. W. Scott Chlsmon. Six tables of brldgo were played and tho prizes were won by Mrs. Woodward, Mrs. C. E. Richards and Mrs. H. D. Nlles. Mrs. George D. Putnam entertained tho Third Street Card club Friday afternoon. Jt Mrs. C. D. Jlooklldgo entertained Friday evonlng at cards for twenty of her friends I...

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