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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

I TRUTH. 9 3 Ml ... imn ho was living under his as- I thl3 name Under that namo- II SUS by The way, was his mother's 3 II whMnn nume-he not only entered tne 'e f 1 ma'dp but married Miss Martha e II Price the daughter of a well known lot J, rl family. Three children were r 1 ?ho result Stho union, the son Hiram 8 1 being an artillery captain in the army ' I tho second, a daughter, dead, and the ' I hird a daughter, being the wife of i B En French Duke of Rochefocauld. i B About the time of his election tho H details of his early life began to be- y M rome public property. An intense son- J B sXn was promised, but ho had tho f B matter covered up. Through tho In- , m Huence of his law partner, poor Sa- 9 die Hoon, the victim of his wiles, was H induced to secure a divorce; liis mar- 1 H riago with Miss Price, which was a i H bluamotts one, was secretly legalized H through his Influence with Judge Up- I H ton of tho state circuit court, ana H Judge Hamilton of the county court 1 H con...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

10 TRU TH, I ll UUT rV'C MILITARY II llhW (J BAUD HH A.S.ZIMMERMAN MANAGER 11 Grand Che at re HH '' TOMORROW j SUNOAY EVENING CONCERT II VISITORS flli to our city should not HE' full to henr tho H Held IB Concerts jjj MISS C. ELMER, Soloist H TICKETS ON SALE HHB ALL DAY SATURDAY H ' 40- PIECES -40 YAW AMUSEMENTS. HHj Salt. Lnko theatre WIIUo Collier In HHH "Tlio Dictator," matinee today, per- Bb formanco tonight. Hfe Grand theatre Hold's hand concert Bf' tomorrow evening. n' Utahna theatre "Tholnm," matlno H, today, performance tonight. fi COMING ATTRACTION. HRi Salt l.ako theatre Wrestling mntc'.i . February 27th; "The Silver Slipper," B Kohruary 28-20; Joseph Murphy Hl March 3-1. Ht Utahna theatre -Refined vaudeville. BBk week beginning Kohruary 27th. H' - HHE Early In tho week Mine. Mantclll 9K) camo to town and opened the flood- Bl gates of a magnificent volco to an car- K! loss wIldernoBB of empty chairs. Mine. B Mnutclll gnvo us gems from grand HH I ' opera and if anything Sal...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

fj T I truth n r II Her methods Indicate versatility El' mi in future roles promise If Sereeablo surprises. Mr. George If Krd as the English baronet, II thouch ' somewhat unguarded In " II his cestures, fills the exacting role of fM a British gentleman with the convic- M lion of its social Importance and m makes love lllco a drawing room hero. H if I understand the inclinations of j H Salt Lake matinee girls, I should say Mr Melford's tall and slender form la already an object of favorable con 9 cern Mr. Luke Cosgrove, the sturdy old Viking, father of "Thelmn," does somo convincing and virile acting, ln- dicating familiarity with a character 3 widely varying in emotional moods. H Frank Clayton as the scheming Lon H nox is clearly in sympathy with his R part There is studied method in his H badness, and, in fact, his interpreta H tlon of the part is refined, polished H cusscdncss none of the rant and H bluster that spoils the usual stage vil B lain. Mr. Joseph Bosen carries the M ugh...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

12 TRU TH, I I Goldfield-Guerdon Stock in the I Goldfield-Guerdon Mining Company I has been raised to 1 THREE (3) CENTS A SHARE I and will be again advanced in the near future IMPORTANT STRIKE IN GOLDFIELD GROUP 1 Special to Tlio Tribune: entirely distinct group from the one teen feet, the average values holding M Goldfleld, Fob. G. Ono of the most Including the January. Lessees there at about the above figure. From ap- jw Important strikes In tho history of tho havo opened a lodge from four to five pearances an Important producer has district has boon mado on tho Cracker- feet In width that Is all shipping ore. been developed In a section of the dls- Jack claim, of a group In tho northern The average value of tho ore shoot Is trlct that has not heretofore contained IH section of tho camp belonging to tho probably better than $300 per ton. The a shipper. It Is In this particular that H Goldflold Mining company, although an vein has been opened to a depth of flf- the strike is of esp...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

I TRUTH. 13 71 1 Ij Lawyer's Directory. Ifi For handy reference, Truth prints If the list of Salt Lake's practicing J lawyers, with their addresses. If any 1 name3 are omitted, or if there are any errors In the list, corrections and ad- 9 dltions will bo made on receipt of notl- Adams, Thos. 720 McCornlck Block. Anderson, J. R 58 Hooper Block. Anderson, T. J 58 Hooper Block. 1 Armstrong, S. P.-123 Com'l. Bloc' 1 Barman, G. H.-32 Main St. 9 Bailey, L. J-. Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Bk Bldg. Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. Barnes, A. R 212 S. Main. H Bennett & Bleror 1G3 S. Main. H Bird, W. H. 400 Scott-Strovell Bldg. H Booth, Leo & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Hi Boswell, Wm. 401 McCornlck Block. H Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building. H Bowdlo, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M. 431 D. P. Walker. fH Boyd, C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. 9 Bradley & Rlschel 300 Atlas Block. H Braftet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. H Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block. H Breeden & White 311 D. F. Walker. JH 'Brothers,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

"" ; 14 TR.XJT M- I t - ,, , . county of Salt Lako, stato of Utah, U (- and bounded and particularly do- Hi scribed na follows, to-wlt: iibII a" of ,ot 10' bIock 2 IUc0 nnd Gcl' lfl i dor's first addition, said addition bo- HHS Ing a subdivision of lots 14 and 15, HHS block 13, G aero plat A, Dig Field sur- MB voy, together with all and singular the HBJ tenements, hereditaments and appur- MHB tcnanccs thereunto belonging or In HH any wlso appertaining. Ill Purchaso prlco payablo in lawful III i money of tlio United States. II ' Dated at Salt Lako City, this 1st BU day of February, A. D. 1005. HH '' G. FRANK EMERY, JH Sheriff of Salt Lako County, State of HH Dy JAMES COWAN, H ' Deputy Sheriff. I J. E. J5ARMER, II , Attornoy for Plaintiff. HH '! j PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP HH r (Consult County Clerk or respec- II 1 1 tivo slgnors for further Information.) HH t! ' Gi n Backman, HHi " Attorney, 32 S. Main St. HHffi s NOTICE TO CREDITORS. HHR I Estato of Clara F. Heath Skowcs, do- IHWaL f...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

If TRXJ TH- 15 Fl f III m a D 1904, and duly acknowledged II Ind also duly recorded June 8, 1904, i n? nSe 154 of Book "F" of Mortga-nd- II "e3l0f Emery County records, where 1 1 hv the first parties convoy to the sec 'by II nnd party all of tho real estate and ity water rights hereinafter described, to m- 19 ceciiro tho payment of a certain prom he II Issory note of oven date therewith, In lit IB ho sum of two hundred and fifty dol ler II lars ($250), executed by said Peter el II Fransden and payable to tho order st I of said Lewis, with Interest at tho ed ! rate of eight per cent per annum from d I dato until paid, said promissory note en I being payable October 1, 1904, and It a' I was provided In said deed that In case rk B default should be made In the payment H of said note when due, then said trus-'1- H tee (second party) should sell said H real estate to tho highest bidder for 'd Bfl cash after having given duo notice s- H as In said deed Is provided, upon the d H request of...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 February 1905

; 16 TRUTH. j I Would You Like to I Make a Small Investment that may I I Win a Home? I ' The time to buy mining stock is when a mine is being developed, and when you can get in on the GROUND FLOOR, not after it has commenced to pay dividends. H We have been authorized for ten days to sell 50,000 shares of the stock of The Utah-Goldfleld Mining Company J I upon the INSTALLMENT PLAN, at the regular price of Six Cents a share, jfl ' payable One Cent per month. H The UTAH GOLDFIELD MINING COMPANY has 11 claims in two M ' I ' different sections of the wonderful Goldfield Mining District, one of which H I adjoins the famous Sandstorm Mining Company's ground, the vein of which '' has begun to show gold values. The Sandstorm Mining Company's vein i averages 10 feet in width, with values as high as $3,000 a ton, and is producing ' ! over $100,000 a month. The remainder of the Utah-Goldfield Mining J s', Company's claims are on the same formation in which other rich Goldfield N , ; , ore bodi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

Vol. 4; No. 2a. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 4, 1TO5. Pkicu 5 Cents j ';H I NEW BRANCH OF THE WATER GRAFT H After Investigating both sides of the B question, Truth desires to be undor H stood as unequivocally opposing the H granting of a franchise to the Consoli H dated Railway and Power company H for a term of fifty years boyond the I time of the franchise (about 40 years) H under which it is now operating, or for HI any other term. H This paper has not joined In the H general clamor raised by the city pa H pers, for the reason that It wanted to H bo put in possession of all tho facts H before expressing an opinion. Now H that those facts have been submit H ted there is no apparent reason why II such a valuable privilege should bo II given away, for that is what Is asked. The concession pleaded for by the ' Consolidated is worth a great deal of M money. It would mean tho occupation of tho streets of tho city as thoy are fl at present for nearly a century U to come. It would mean tha...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

2 TRUTH, f n " and Chief Engineer Newell's statement L on tho DuChesno business which the jMji j report has been careful not to nolo. nil I Did It figure out on paper, tho bring- SB;1 Ing of the waters of Dear lalto Into iSalt Lake, thus crushing out tho hopes of Cacho and northern Box Elder, when every schoolboy Jtnow this Hchomo was boyond tho possibility of culmination? Read its report to tho governor, pages 14 and 1G. Did It hold up tho government's practical suggestion for water users' associations on each river system (whoroby, for instance, tho users of water from tho Salt Lalto canals In Salt Lake county could havo been brought together and had tho Utah lako project started ore this), by In sisting on a vast "Utah and Idaho water users' association," which was ')oth Imposlblo and Imbecile? Read tho commission's report, pago 19. Did It mislead tho people of Utah when It claimed that tho government would not go on with any small schomo i but wanted a grand project which would ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

I . TRUTH. , Plles If LEGISLATIVE NOTES. Z II Tho bill introduced in the leglsla- tlon ! mo u " ocaiizing of tho consoll- ,m II '"n of ho vadous companies now 1 I ''nmnoslnV he Utah Light & Railway th3 I con,PgBloUld not, according to our M S rLs S i Its present form. That 3 l5' I 'vS Purpose of a corporation fcr ,?T be changed by a bare majority rt I ffirf So -tockholder.. Inetead of m th,3 I n?ovlded by two-thirds, Is not right. an C bill is one calculated to encour- ncc and promoto monopolies. It Is I rather a strange thing that the Utah fpdslature should lend Itself to a sdiomo of that kind, especially at this time when tho rest of tho country has become very tired of tho Irksome and tt H calling chains of trusts and monopo- lies and from President Roosevelt H down a determined effort Is being H mailo to break those chains. H The election bill changing tho time of municipal elections to correspond H with the county and legislative olec H linns will probably either not become...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

4 TR.U TH, I I IN THE SOCIAL REALM. . D.' II. Pocry will loavo on Sundny for Inn Francisco. Tho weekly soirees at Chrlstenscn'n liavo been resumed. 3 ' if 42 i 'Mrs. 13. P. Root Is back from a stay 1 of some time In California. 1 Tho Gorman club mot Thursday j evening with Mrs. Sol Slogcl. JJS Mrs. C. C. Slado gave a luncheon H Thursday at her homo. 1 It. M. Urceden was In Ogdon this J week spending a few days with Tho Salt Lakers In Los Angeles nre ' having a delightful time among them- The Hast Side club met on Thurs j day nfternoon with Mrs. C. P. Sjiauld- Mrs. II. (!. Williams entoitulned 1 1 . Wednesdny nltcrnoou at her homo on ' Tho O. 13. S. 'circlo met with Mrs. C. J. lllgson, 22!) P street, Wcdncs- ! v j Mnny wero at the Country club sev . oral days this week and golf was thor oughly enjoyed. Mr. nnd Mrs. George L. Nye and son ' left for Denver Monday, where they i Mrs. Ira II. Lewis Is homo after a visit of sovernl months In Chicago and Mr. nnd Mrs. Clnronce Wnrnock 1 nro ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

I TRUTH. , of the lH CHATTER. Iis' II riiplnR the personal opinions of the C 1 , an for which no one else is 75 1 g manner .osponsible.) ' tholr In view of the recent disclosures in ,he bounty fraud cases, the writer lm3 decided to send an open invitation to ? the president of the United States to estab" come to Utah and enjoy some Dig stand- game shooting. In no other place In ' with H 10 galnxy of states could he have 'vyb such a good time, because none of erma" B them have the evidence at linncl to essen- H show the plentifulness of wild anl- W H nials Utah has. After revolving tho elf-ad- H gl,i,ject in ills mind the writer has 'lager, concluded the following will be about omen H Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, President repre- H 0f the United States, Washington, D. terri- H c Sr; on behalf of the peoplo of dness H tJs stato w)10 are inclined to shoot cata- H at t,,lgs Whcn they see them, the i and H Writer hereof extends to you a cordial v H invitation to come as soon as you Ex- H get...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

j u j 6 TRUTH, I J IIUls I SENATOR WOLCOTT GONE. HBi BJB Tho death of former Senator Wol- lBH cott, of Colorado, will bo sincerely DIBB regretted by nil who know him and of BBJK liini. Ho wns a very ablo man nnd one IH who had many friends. Ho loved a DHK Jolco and n good story as well as any BJS , ono and was tho founder of several IIBnj anecdotes that wcro mirth producers. IjBJfi At one tlmo in Denver Wolcott was ISBd ' Invited to deliver tho Memorial day DBJK ,i address nnd consented. Ho prepared BJB his manuscript and after revising It I1HJK i wns satisfied with what ho wns go- NBJfi Ing to sny to tho extent that ho in- HH1 lormcd n friend that he would mako a BBHf . . siiecch that would bo a daisy, a hair HBJBj '3 curler, or something of the sort. A re- nt ' porter for an evening paper overheard HHM" J the conversation and later approached HBB ' tho senator with a request for a copy. Hi! "Ccrtnlnly my boy," was the reply. jHJM Tho speech was put In typo rendy HBJRJ for uso on t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

ft J TRUTH. 7 ' I Will IS SPORTING GOSSIP. W FS Tho ilu-jitsu-catch-as-catch-can con- ake f VLtwcen Professor Robinson and i fl fe dim nul vo Japanese, at the Salt all MB tU n ratro last Monday evening J H LafJ as satisfactory to the audi- ion M w", m it might have been. Tho men m So unca ally matched, the Jap be- ;K to" small by some twenty pounds. H n-Vdcs tho men wore stripped in a fl B D.S June match, when it is generally I B Vn tooc L that light clothing ought I B to bo worn in order that the jiu-jitsu I B ,n may havo a show. The Japanese I B "re endeavoring to get up another I B match and this timo w 11 secure a B larger and more expert demonstratoi B of the science. IH Exit Young Corbott, or William H nothwcll, from the championship field. H He is now a dead one. Ho may do something as a second-rater, but never H again will ho bo a contestant for top H notch honors. Ho is down and out. BB It Is rough on the Denver lad, too, bo M causo he is broke. Ho has wasted his Bf money e...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

8 TRU T H. I' li TROXn H IrhikmI WooUIy by HHB I Truth Publishing Company. NBB Wcitcrn Nowspapor Union Hulldlni:, 211 HBBB South Wot Tomplo St r cot, HBB Bait J.nlto City. HBBB . ; . ' ' Rl 'I John W. Hughes, Editor nnd Manager IBB RBI ' J Knteroil June 10, 1901, lit Suit Lull,) City, Utah HBIB. no imcoiitl-oliun imittur under not of Uoiiross of March :i, 18711- BH HBBH Torms of Subscription. 1H 1 ONK YICAH ilii ndvimco) $2.00 HBJOf SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 H TI1KHI5 MONTHS (In iidviinco) 75 HHRi Jj PottiniiRtnrnseiidliiCRUbserlptiniistoTllUTII BUt PJ may rotaln2'i per ooutof mihxcr.ptlnn price BJBBB" nnooiiiinlHNloii. BJBBfl HHrn, ' If thn paper Is not doslrrd hnyond thn dato HBBH' " Hiiliinrihml for, tho publication hIioiiM hu BJBHh notlllod by lottur two vcIih or morn beforo MBHl "i0 'orm oxplrps. MRn Discontinuances. HHl! Itemembnr that thn puhllHhm- iniiHt he notl- BBBHI1 lied by lottur wlion a uubsorlbnr wiHhPB bin BJBBB I' papsr stoppi'd; ull arroarH iniiHt be paid In ttV...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

I TRUTH. 9 Jl I truck prepared by Ex-Senator F. J. Son now editor of the Tribune. C r was the political death song of the 'n10 for four years has endeav S to run the Republican politics of moil and has been sat upon. There a,e "wo animate members of creation ?Mt sins death songs; the Indian and hn swam To class Kearns with the after would be saying he is a bird, ami he is not. To array him among the former Is equivalent to declaring him a savage, and we would rather other people would say that, no mat ter what wo think. The song was unlike the- harmony of the dying bird or Indian in this that it was lengthy. The swan's chant before dissolution is short and the In dian confines himself to as few words aS possible. Neither Is the swan's song or the Indian's wail typewritten! Both extemporize as they go. It was the same old story we have heard and are hearing that Kearns told and even If this paper had space for it all it would not be repilnted. That it made the hit the Tribune de scri...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

W' i 10 TRUTH. I I' is ' ' - IB' TJTJIT IV'flMIUTABT II. UmW U BAUD I ? )$ A. S. 2IMMERIVIANMftJAGER If Grand theatre H',f TOMORROW Hi V SUNDAY EVENING CONCERT I ' i I i Franklin P. Foster, I' '' SOLOIST - ' Will sing "Nothing to Say" By Robins I i - f TICKETS ON SALE . , ALL DAY SATURDAY , i 40-PIECES -40 H i i t H , -! ' AMUSEMENTS. ' ' ' Salt Uiko theatre Joseph Murphy . H , 1 "Kerry Gow" and "Shavin Ithuo," , m matinoo today, porformnnco tonigTit. ( M Grand thcatro Harry Corson , - Clorke, niatlnoe today, performance M tonlBht; Hold's hand concert tomor- , H1 row ovonlng. t H , Utnlinn theatre Refined vaudeville, , H 1 ' afternoon and ovonlng. I ,,' COMING ATTRACTIONS. , H i I Salt Luko theatro "Mother Goose," '' ' March 7-11. 1 j Grand theatro Harry Corson H- 3 Clarko, week of March (Jth. H Utahnn theatre Rollned Vaudeville, B week of March Gth. m "Tho Silver Slipper," wlileh camo M liorc early In tho weok, doos not con- i M t tain onough real sllvor to tempt oven 1 M , ", Brya...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

i nil TRUTH. 1 1 1 this emergency. Anybody who thinks h0 can't do the Catling gun act In shooting tickets through the window don't know the quick man In the box- ofllce' . The Utahna theatre has gone back to vaudeville and the change Is marked by a strong bill. So far as attendance coe3 Mr. Gourloy's patrons are quite as numerous as they were when "Thel ma" was on the boards. The success of' tho Utahna theatre Is because the money received at the box ofllco comes back to you over the footlights. There is nothing like reciprocity In the show business, without It no mana ger can win out In a town like Salt Lake. HARRY LEGRANDE. o THE PENNY ARCADE. A town Is metropolitan In proportion to the number of low-priced amuse ments It supports. Already Salt Lake is putting on metropolitan airs. Long ago the town outgrow its knee pants and Is now noisy with long trousers. In the business district one can not throw a potato without breaking the glass windows of a modest-priced j show house. Ever...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 4 March 1905

12 TRUTH. I 1 1 iGoldfi e I d-Guerdonl 1 I Stock in the I J Goldfield-Guerdon Mining Company 1 I j has been raised to I I THREE (3) CENTS A SHARE I I and will be again advanced in the near future I H ' ji i ii -' : ' ,' i - " - ' - 'li?1, : -.i - ....... -- - ,. . - 9V I IMPORTANT STRIKE IN GOLDFIELD GROUP H : ' Special to The- Tribune: entirely distinct group from the one teen feet, the average values holding VS Bi l t Goldflcld, Fob. 5. One of the most Including the January. Lessees there at about tho above figure. From an- IH H j , Important strikes In tho history of tho have opened a ledge from four to five pcarances an Important producer has H H I district has been mado on tho Cracker- feet In width that Is all shipping ore. been developed In a section of the dls- H K 1 1 jack claim, of a group In the northern Tho avcrago value of the ore shoot Is trict that has not heretofore contained JM H ( section of the camp belonging to tho probably better than $300 per ton. Tho a shipper...

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