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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

8 TRUTH. I TRUTrt H' Iaiueil Weekly by H Truth Publishing Company. H; Western Nowspnper Union Ilcilldlne, 241 -i South Wont Temple Street, t, Salt Lake City Bi Hi John W. Hughes, Editor and Manager H Britered June 19. IWri. at Salt Lake City, Utah B aa acond-claaa mutter miller act of Congreas r of March 3, 1879' H Term of Subscription. H ONK YKAH In ulvancu) $2.00 B MIX MONTHS (In anvui.ro) 1.00 j T11KEB MONTHS lln advancel 75 M Poatraastersseudlncsiibscrlptious toTKUTH H may retain 2- per cont of aubacriptlou price 1 ascomraiaaiiin. H If tho paper is not desired beyond tlin date H subscribed for. the publication should be 1 notified by letter two weeks or more before 1 tho term expires. M Discontinuances. M Itemeiiibnr that the puhllHher must bo notl- 1 fled by loiter when a subscriber wlalios his H paper stopped : ull arreur aiuat be paid In M full 1 Ueciui'sts of subscribers to hare their paper H mulled to u new addrcsa, to secure ntten- 1 tlon, tnual uieutioii former as well us...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

, TRUTH. 9 j Blvea Ilils sketch of tho future city: ! "Tho new San Francisco will be a cleaner, saner, and safer city. Tho i rookeries and tenements have been annihilated and Chinatown has dis appeared. The now San Francisco will not bo a city of traditions of tho 1 0w pioneers, the gold rush, tho vigilance committees, and red-shlrtcd miners. It will be a greater city than In the past, for It Ins ben purified by flro; but to those who know and love tho old San Francisco San Francisco tho Improb-, able, tho nnddest, gayest, liveliest, and most rollicking city In tho coun try there Is something Inexpressibly sad In tho re'lectlon that tho City of the Golden Gate can never bo quito . the sTino when It is remodeled and rebuilt." There may bo some difficulty In do- ' lng nil that In five years, thinks the Chicago Tribune, but tho St. Louis 1 Globe-Democnt remarks optlmlstlcil- jp ly, "One year Is likely to work a won-, derful transformation In tho charred city." And If San Franciscans wi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

10 TRUTH, I. CENTURIES BEHIND THE TIMES, K Eccentric German Lives In Feudal H Style and Raids Neighbors. H Tho . well-known Gorman nntl-Som H I lte, Count Puecltler, was heavily fined by the court of Qlogan recently, In i consequence of ono of tho eceentrlcl- Hi, I ties which have gained for him the Hv k title, of modern Don Quixote, says the HK f London Express. HK I Count Puecklor maintains n corps Hi J of mounted dependents, with whom, Hi V when not frightening Jews from his HK' j own estate, ho frequently makes ox- Hb ij pedltlons Into neighboring properties. HH On one of theso excursions, the HH count and his retainers chanced upon HJi a farm yard, whero thrashing was in HJ progress under tho supervision of the Hi steward of tho estate. On seeing HJ smoko rising from tho machlno tho Hi count, who abhors modern inventions, HJ dispatched a patrol, who so terrified HJ the farm hands that they sought rof- HJ ugo under the thrashing machlno. HJ Tho steward ordered tho patrol away, H...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

1 TRUTH. 11 f 1 H HI8 WEALTH CAME PROM AUNT. H Honest Taxpayer Thought He Was H on a Graft Trail. H Once upon a tlmo a free-born tax- Rb payer who could not be satisfied to tja let well enough alone by paying his H 0 taxes and letting other folks divvy on if the stealings, went to the alderman f of his ward and said: Ij "My dear sir, I come to ask you a ffl question that has caused mo several sleepless nights, and I hope you will have no hesitation In answering." "Did you ever know an alderman to hesitate at anything?" was asked in reply. "The question, sir, Is this: How Is it possible for an alderman In receipt of a salary of not more than $500 a year to accumulato at least ?20,000 worth of riches In the space of five years?" W "Meaning that I have done that same?" "Prithee, It is so." "There are various ways, my friend, such as buying stocks In an airship or cornering the catnip market, but to bo plain with you I owe my ad vancement to the death of my aunt. She died and left me al...

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

11 , TRUTH. ms ........ . .i i H.J NOT SUCCESSFUL IN HIGH ART. B tj Fence and House Painting Suggested B. jn for Unambitious Youth. K - A well known art school In Brook- B I lyn has been 'diligently but vainly try HA lug for several months to make somo- f thing of a certain young man who has ft, neither a genius for art nor a talent w i for work. 'X few days ago tho head of K K the school received a letter from the K I young man's rather, a hnrd headed, H " successful business man, saying, K. among other pertinent things: H ' "I am afraid my son is not cut out H 9 for a great painter. I believe that If K f ho had any Intent ability you would B i have brought somo of It to the surface B by this tlmo. But so far as I know HI i ho has thus far painted only one i;or- HI trait and ono landscape. Tho portrait, B I hardly need tell you, Is not so life- Hi i llko that It has to be shaved every 'i other day, though it Is presumably H that of a man old enough to raise a J beard. The landscape...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

1 TRUTH. 13 ,1 a Lawyer's Directory. H Anderson, T. .1., 222 Atlas 1311c. vm Armstrong, S. P,, 120-123 Commercial If Ashworth, T. F., 312 Dooly Bldg. Ml Backman, G. H., basement 32 So. Main ft St. II Bagley, B. M., 310 Deseret News Bldg. IN Bagley, J. A., 404 Temploton Bldg. J Bailey, J. H., JR., 7 Deseret Natl. Bk. 1 Bldg. flj Baldwin, Charles, 274-75 Commercial m mk: " M BI6rer, Everald, Jr., 300 Aucrbach Bldg. X Bird, W. H 401 Scott Bldg. H Booth & Lee, 500-502 Auerbach Bldg. 1 Bowdle, J. R., 89 Commercial Blk. Bowman, J. M., 94 Commercial Blk. I Boyd, C. W., 400 McCornick Bldg. Bradley & Plschel, 300-304 Atlas Blk. 1 W Braitett, M. P., 518 Dooley Bldg. I Breeden & Farnsworth, 315 D. F. Wal- J ker Bldg. Brown, Arthur, 212 So. Main St. Browne, H. C, 231 D. F. Walker Bldg. Browne, T. E., 20-27 Commercial Bldg. Cannon, Irvlno & Snow, 512-514 Tem- pleton Bldg. Casey, A. W., 95 Commercial Blk. Cherrlngton, Pennel, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Cherry & Pardee, 208-209 Heral...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

I 14 TmWVM. , HH t " " ' ' ' ' I I J ! t .. ! I !!! M , , .. I,. . . I Hf N. J. SHECKELL, ATTORNEY, AUERDACH BUILDING. H ? ' SUMMONS. Hf In the District Court, in and for Salt I Lako County, State of Utah. John Anderson, Plaintiff, vs. Annlo Govort, H. Burke, Stolla Burke, Geo. R. Moses, Mary P. Moses and tho un known heirs and successors in Interest of tho said Annlo Govort, Defendants. Summons. Tho State of Utah to said dofend- , ants: PH ' You aro hereby summoned to appear H j -within twenty days after the service H j of this summons upon you, if served H within tho county in which this nc- H tlon is brought, othorwiso, within thir- H t ty days aftor service, and defend tho H ' nbovo entitled action; and in case ot H your failuro so to do, Judgment will H be rendered against you nccording to H tho demand of the complaint, which, H ' within ten days after sorvico of this H summons upon you, will bo filed with H tho clcark of said court. N. J. SHECKELL, H Plaintiff's Attornoy. P. O...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

1 TRUTH. 15 IM h Probate and Guardianship Notices. B (Consult County Clerk or Respective H Signers for Further Information.) M A. G. SUTHERLAND, UP Attornoy ' 1 D. F. Walker Building. NOTICE. I In tho District Court, Probate Divi sion, In anil for Salt .Lake County, State of Utah. In tho matter of tho estate of Con rad Bentrod, deceased. Notice The petition of Emma C. Bentrod, praying for tho issuance to herself of letters of administration in the estate of Conrad Bentrod, deceased, has been set for hearing on Saturday, tho 2Gth day of May, A. D. 100C, at 10 o'clock A. M., at tho County Court House, In tho Court Room of said J0- court, in Salt Lake 'City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Witness tho Clerk of said court with tho seal thereof affixed this 10th day of May, A. D. 190G.' (Seal.) J. U. ELDREDQE, JR., Clerk. By W. H. Farnsworth, Deputy Clerk. A. G. Sutherland, Atty. for Peti tioner. C. S. PRICE, Attorney, Hooper Building. SUMMONS. In tho District Court of tho Third Judicial Distric...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 May 1906

m M & TRU T M. H To the East H for Little Money HV Tickets are offered at about half the usual rates H for round trips to many eastern points on HI May 26 and 28 f June 1, 3 and 16 B Hi H They are pood returning until October 31, 1906, m and permit stop-overs at and west of the Missouri H River. If The Burlington offers Utah people a H , complete passenger service of daily standard and H tourist sleeping cars. In the latter cars comfort- 1 I) able double berths cost just half the usual sleeping H car charge. H i ' Tell me where you would llko to no, and I'll H J tell jou bow best to net there and the cost H ImI R. F. NESLEN, General Agent, I IlljVniTTffm Ry' 1 IlltHllllIUllllll 79 w' Second South Street, Salt Lake City. H The Local Merchant Advertisers H la the beat judge of advertising . generally find people who buy things B , ., . t.i in the mot receptive mood in the value of the various weekly papers BUrroundlng8 of ome and Famlly- M In this City. He pnta his money especiall...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 May 1906

. Vol. 5; No. 36 SALT LAKE CITY; UTAH, MAY 19, 1906. Price 5 Cents g i . , , H jj POLITICS AND PRIZE FIGHTING 1 j How a prize flght was stopped and i the Incidents flowing therefrom make an interesting and a most unusual story. Politics It was that prevented , the flght from being "pulled off," pol itics caused tho arrest of Rev. D. A. Brown on the complaint of the prize j' flght promoter and politics is respon- !slble for tho other Incidents of the story. Mr. Donaldson, a gentleman according to his own confession who has no vlslblo means of subslstanco t but who "makes a livln' somehow," j arranged with the city authorities to I bring two prize fighters hero and give an entertainment. The fighters came and went Into training and for a month or more the event was exten- j slvely advertised. Prize fighting is against the law and only a few I months ago the county attorney put a quietus on a proposed pugilistic mill and gave it out most emphatically that ho would not countenance such ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 May 1906

I 2 'TRU'T. , WA8 THE DESTRUCTION OF 8AN FRANCISCO A JUDGMENT? m Whllo tho religious papers all over H tho country are at one In seeking somo H spiritual lesson in the great disaster that has befallen San Francisco, there Is a wide range in their findings as H to tho religious aspect of tho calamity. H Many merely hall It, as faith has for M so long hailed the mischances of hu H man life, as another opportunity for m unquestioning submission to a benign 1 but inscrutlablo will. A large part of M the world, as tho editor of Tho Chris 1 tian Register (Unitarian, Boston) re M marks, has entirely escaped from tho m belief that such an event Is a judgment H of the Almighty, Intended to punish B people for their sins and to warn 1 them of a more dreadful doom If they do not repent. "Such a calamity," m bluntly asserts The Presbyterian Ban- ner (Pittsburg), "has no connection m with human sin, but is cosmic In its origin." "Undoubtedly the cause was purely physical," says Tho Baptist H Com...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 May 1906

1 TRUTH. 3 I 8AVED MONEY ON 80AP BILLS. Housekeeper's Shrewd 8chemo In In terests of Economy. They had dropped In at the Acorn for tea and meeting by chance they be- f gan to talk about servants, for even at the Acorn It Is impossible to keep the servant question always down. "Take economy, for instance," said the woman who drank her tea with lemon, a la Russe. "Why will so many servants thwart your efforts toward economy? Why do they love to see you spend and hato to see you save?" - She chose from the tray a tiny tart let of white grapes. "I got the best of my laundress the other day, though," she went on. "My laundress selects the soap to be used all over the house and my soap bills are frightening. Not that so much soap is used, but it is such an ex pensive quality. "At the first of the year I resolved that on this one item I would retrench. Accordingly I told my laundress that we would change our soap and I or dered two sample cakes, one a very high priced article, the other a ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 May 1906

I a TRUTH. - . : I gg IN THE SOCIAL REALM US I Mrs. Walter O. Filer was the hos- B tess Wednesday at a luncheon at the H Country club given In honor of Miss H Mary Robinson of Grand Rapids, H Mich., who Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Ferry. Tho guests to H meet Miss Robinson wero Mrs. E1 H ward S. Ferry, Mrs. W. Montague H Ferry, Mrs. E. O. Howard, Mrs. O. W. H Prfwors, Mrs. David S. Murray, Mrs. W. W. Flagg, Mrs. William Reld, Mrs. HJ Leslie Lorlng Savage, Miss Mary : Moore, Mrs. Thompson, Miss Margaret Hj Park, Mrs. Arthur H. S. Bird, Miss HI Anna McCornlck, Mrs. R, H. Chan- I ning, Mrs. Windsor V. Rice, Mrs. David Keith, Mrs. Robert B. Hark I ness, Mrs. Frank Jennings, Mrs. Ben H ner X. Smith, Mrs. Robert Gould Smith, Mrs. Louis Cecil Robinson, H Mrs. George Jay Gibson, Miss Laura Hj Sherman, Mrs. Don Carlos Roberts, Mrs. J. L. Franken, Miss Georglo Web Hi her, Mrs. Union Worthlngton, Mrs. C. Hi R. Pearsali; Mrs. J. R. Walker, Mrs. i A. E.' Walker, Mrs. Heber M. Wells, Hf...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 May 1906

TRUTH. s I Mr. and Mrs. William M. Strong ot Detroit are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Moore, and will remain In town dur ing the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Mrs. C. H. Van Annan and Mr. and Mrs. Strong will spend the summer at Rowland Hall, going there about the middle of June. St St Mrs. Orlando W. Powers was the hostess Friday at a tea at Linger longer to meet Mrs. Leslie L. Savage and Miss Mary Robinson. St St Mrs. Ellen Elliott leaves Saturday morning for Grand Junction, where she will visit for somo time. Later , she goes to Denver for a part of the summer. St St Mrs, Eliza Snow Dunford is back from California, where she spent the past year with Mr. and Mrs. Morton French. She has been visiting Mrs. W' William Murdock in Mercur for the past weelt and Is now at home at 858 First street. Mrs. J. G. Sawyer Is hero from Ne vada visiting her mother, Mrs. Ferdi nand Dickert. St St A. P. Do Bernnrdi Is back from a visit of a few weeks with his relatives in Alameda. St St Mrs. Thomas H...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 May 1906

K L . L 1 I I 1 I ggsg AMUSEMENTS fgT" Hr P. Q. McLean, director of the now Hv Orphoum Stock company, has gathered Hip' around him a bunch of heavyweights Hf for tho summer season. While his HJ four principal men combined tip tho H)j . scale at 1,100 pounds they havo tho H7i reputation of not only making a flno Hkj appcaranco on tho stago but are thero Hft with tho goods. Out of doferenco to Hj Sara Bernhardt tho initial perform- HU ance of "Tho Girl I Left Behind Mo" Hi will not tako placo until Tuesday H)' night. Tho box offlco opened yester- Hi day and already thero is a good ad- HJ vanco sale all of which would indicate Hi that Salt Lake is hungry for a good H ' stoqk dompany of tho order which H prevailed in tho good old days of Dan H Frawley and Ingersoll at tho Grand. H. A glanco over tho talent secured by H the erstwhilo leading man of tho late ilamanted Majestic theatre, San Fran cisco, nssures good clean perform ances. For leading man ho has booked Hershal Mayhall, who was...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 May 1906

I TRUTH. I m m Eilibllihid 1864 W. F.XISER.Mtr. 9 I Henry Wagener jj Brewing I Co. I TAGER BEER & PORTER I m f, m a Special attention given to bottled i beer for family trade. Free m delivery to all parts of m m the city. 2 v m m m u office: jj 74 e st first south jj PHONE 2)8. it DEATH OF MAN-EATING TIGER Carefully Placed Spring Gun Did Its Work Well. 1 , On the morning of Thursday three Chinese woodcutters left their kongsl homo, situated at the ninth mile, Ayer Hltam road, thirteen and a half miles from Kajang, and went Into the jungle to work. ' At 8 a. m., at a point about one and a half miles from the road, a tiger sprang out behind them, and one of them hit him on the head with a back ward stroke of a parang, laying bare i tho bone of the skull, as afterward ap peared. The tiger did not at that time seize any of the men, who went on to their usual working places. About 11:30 a. m. ono of them who was saw ing alone in a small clearing, a mile further In, was killed by tho ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 May 1906

lil 8 TW.UTM. I TRUTM .V Ieaued Weekly by Hll Truth Publishing Company. Hlf Western Newarmper Union Bulldlnc, 211 South Weat Tamplo Street, Jj Salt Lake City B,' John W. Hughai, Editor andManagar R" Entered June 19, 1903, at Salt Lake City, Utah Hi , at aeoond-claaa matter, under aot of Congreia BS I of Maroh 3, 1879' 1 Terms of Subscription. ONE YEAR (In advance) $2.00 BIX MONTHS. (In advanoo) 1.00 THREE MONTHS (In advance) 75 Postmaiteri tendlnoriubsoriptlons to TRUTH may retain 23 per oont of aubioriptlon price aa oommlaalon. m If the paper la not dealred beyond the date ' aubaorlbed for, the publication ahould be notified by letter two weeka or more before HI' the term explrea. Dlaoontlnuancea. Remembur that the publisher muat be notl- HI1 fled by lotterwhona aubaorlber wlahea hla paper ttopped; all arrear mutt be paid In " M I Request! of aubsorlbera to have their paper HBt, mailed to a new address, to aeouro atten- ,,! tlon, muat mention former aa well aa prea- 'M ent addreaa....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 May 1906

TRUTH. 9 I lltical bondage, the nbsoluto autocracy of the priesthood, the hatred of the Gentiles, the ambition to hold reins over tho United States government, tho sensuality of tho religion, tho fear some oaths of tho secret temple." "Strangers coming to visit Utah aro deceived." "Tho horrible condition of domestic life." "Their saddened lives." "Tho truth is concealed." "Tho Mormon church will kill a man's busl ness and ruin a woman's social stand ing," etc., etc. Tho Tribune says that the above is straight goods and Is most accurate and sympathetic, and the Intermoun- tain Christian Advocate, the oracle of tho Ministerial association, says: i "It Is moderate and calm in all Its 1 statements, adhering strictly to the '' truth, and withal written In tho spirit of love and sympathy." Brother WIshard, in endorsing the falsehoods of the Tribune, said in the Herald and Presbyter, which In turn was copied In the "Presbyterian," on Nov. 29, 1905, that "The muzzle was taken from tho Salt ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 May 1906

io T RMTM, Hj UTAH'S FIRST MINE. H With the blowing lu of tho Majes- K tic smelter near Mllford a promised B event of tho Immediate future and H. the corresponding Increaso of dovel- H' opment and extraction work In tho K mines near by, Deaver county ought to K be Indulging In something of a boom H on Its own account before long. Lot H, It come! As one who Is' In a position K to testify to tho merits of that section B from rcsldcnco and observation, I re- B peat, without the fear of successful HB and tho belief in any other form of Ha contradiction, let It come! Thero is Ha nothing too good for Beaver, and all HV that sho hath In tho way of posscs- HV slons and prosperity, realized and HV: prospective, is but tho merest tithe of Ha what Bhe would have If what the cav- Ha. cms and fissures a Uttlo he- Hi low tho surface contain could HTj only be exploited and brought HJ' within the scrutiny and analy- HJ tlcal capacity of that versatile and Hj sometimes uncertain genius, tho mln- Hlt...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 May 1906

TRUTH. n I JUDGE GROSSCUP ON CORPORA TIONS. Tho great difficulty In the Industrial life of America la not the existence of the thing we call tho corporation. Tho - corporation Itself has no sin. Being but tho elaboration of that first Incor poration formed by two men staking their combined wealth for a common cause, It Is the potential agency not only for converging tho strength of many men to a common purpose, but also of preserving to the Individual his share and pride In the development of his country's Industries and power. Why have wo been legislating against the so-called trusts for fourteen years without destroying a single trust? Why have we been Issuing Injunctions against them without jailing a slnglo man for violating the Injunctions? This outcry has not arisen because the corporation Is wrong, any moro NP than the factory or railroad or any other improvement of modern life over Its primitive predecessor Is wrong. Tho wrong Is in the public policy of state and national go...

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