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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

Hi 16 TH.U TH. - B UTAH LUMBER COMPANY. H Tho business of the above company HI is one of tho old, well known and HI widely patronized establishments or Salt Lake City, and is ono of its f strongest supports. Tho company is HJ offlcored by David Eccles, president; J I F. S. Murphy, vice president; C. B. HJ Murphy, secretary, treasurer and ? manager, and C. B. Channel, asslst- I, ant manager. Mr. Eccles Is ono of H,' tho loading financiers of tho Intor- H mountain country and Is tho leading H promoter of tho lumber interests ot I HHHL Zsk B niw ll H ' UTAH LUMBER CO'S YARD H this section. Tho other members of H tho firm aro also prominently ldentl- HJ fled in tho business life of tho city. H Tho company was established in 1805 H and occupy well equipped quarters at HJ 255 West South Tomplo street. H They carry everything In tho bulld- H ing line, Including a general lino of H lumber, building materials of all H' kinds, British Columbia shingles, H Ideal Portland Cement, Kcystono hair ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

TRUTH, 17 i C. R. SAVAGE. The art bazaar of C. It. Savage which is located at 12 and 14 Main street, Is well known throughout tho entire ". lnter-mountaln district. The business was established In 18G0 and today Mr. Savage does a very extensive busi ness which extends from Denver to the coast. When ho opened his store In Salt Lake City ho had to transport his goods over tho plains with a team but today things are different. He :p deals In protographlo supplies, artists' materials, frames, mouldings, picture Tj) glass, engineers' supplies, books, sta- fj tlonery and fancy goods. His store r and warehouse occupy two buildings W with a floor space of 21,000 square feet j? and twenty-two peoplo are in his em ploy. rm '' J. H. HAMLIN. Artistic painting and decorating Is a necessary feature to the modern home or tho city beautiful. .1. H. Hamlin Is recognized as Salt Lako City's leading man In this line. Ho - started in business here twenty-live "w years ago and today employs from twenty ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

M I. R. PARSONS, D. O., M. D. HHa Modern science is gradually dovelop- HHf Ing the fact that powerful drugs nro HH not necessary for the euro of diseases HH and Dr. I. R. Parsons has demonstrated HH 'this strikingly in Salt Lnko by his sue- HH' ccssful treatment of many cures of B. what was considered Incurable dls- HV cases. Ho employs largely mechanical Hi means and socks to rcmovo the cause HJ; of the dlscaso using the Osteopathic HE treatment. Ho has successfully cured Hjj Bplnal disorders, nervous diseases, dls- HJ cases of the circulatory system, dls- HJ oases of women, joint disorders, dls- HJ, cases of age, tho car, voice, taste and HJ! smell. His elegantly appointed offices HJ are at 303 Auorbach building. HI o SMEDLEY-WAKELING INSURANCE HJ' AGENCY. HJ J This ngency represents five of tne HJ largest insurance companies in tho HJ world who havo been established from HJ forty-flvo to 18G years, and aro abso- HJ ' lutely conflagration proof, having pass- HJ cd through all of t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

I TRU TH. 19 f PETERSON REAL ESTATE. AND INVESTMENT COMPANY. The Peterson Heal state and Invest ment company is recognized in bust , ness circles as one of the most im portant enterprises in the city. The company lias offlces at 330 Main street and lias been incorporated about one year. The ofllcers are O. F. Peterson, president and treasurer; A. E. II. Peterson, vice president and A. V I Peterson, secretary. Tho principal features of tlio company's plans are the buying and selling, handling of city real estate, renting, care of prop erty for estates and non-residents, making Investments of all classes, loaning money on good realty, tho building of houses, and the sale of tho samo on the monthly installment plan, & Mr. O. F. Peterson has large Interests in this locality. o CANNON BROTHERS. I One of tho most reliable and best 1 Informed real estate firms doing bust- ness In this city Is that of Cannon 'ff Brothers, whose ofllce Is at 24 East I South Tomplo street. Although the I ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

HHHl' B, 20 TRKfH. B SILVER SHIELD OF BINGHAM. HJHF At the properties of tho Silver Shield HHV tho past year has witnessed great tic- HHY tlvlty. Now ore chutes aro rapidly Hj being opened nnd a test mado of tho HHT Wall mill demonstrates a profit In con- HH centratcs. During the year a plant HH-, with a dally capacity of sovonty-flvo HJJ tons will bo erected, tho slto having HJ" been acquired from tho Boston Con- J solldatcd. This slto includes water J rights. The mine Is splendidly equip- HJ ped with electric power to propel tho HJ cro cars and light tho mine. Crudo HJ ore extracted and selling on tho con- HJ, trols shows as high as 25 per cent HJ lead, in ounces silver, 2.5 copper and i ?3 gold, and tho concentrates avorages 30.5 per cent load, 5.8 ounces silver HJ . and $80 gold with 21 per cent iron. HJ : Tho ofllcers nnd directors of tho com- pany aro Henry Colin, president; Har HJ ry S. Joseph, vice president and gen HJ oral manager; E. H. Moado, secretary Hj and torasurer; L...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

I TROTH. 81 H THE ALLIS-CHALMERS CO. Among the largo business consoli dations of more recent years Is that of tho Allis-Chalmcrs company; It Is W one, too, which has inured largely to tho benefit of Its patrons. This ex l tenslvo and widely Known establish ment Is successor to tho Edward P. Allls company of Milwaukee, Eraser . . Chalmers of Chlcngo, Gates' iron works of Chicago and Dickson Manu- facturlng company of Scranton, all of whom enjoyed a well earned and on- I vied reputation from one end of tho ' country to tho other for tho unvaried excellence of their products. Tho I Allis-Chalmors compnny now main tains twenty-five branch offices in tho United States; of theso tho Western offices nro those located at Spokane, r'ftt Wash., San Francisco, Cal., Salt Lako City, Utah, and El Paso, Tox About two years ago tho Allis-Chalmcrs com pany acquired tho Bullock Electric and Manufacturing company of Cin cinnati as Its electrical department. At. this time tho entire personnel of the A...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhj V 22 TRUTH, HHHHf - "i B H. DINWOODEY FURNITURE COM- HH PANY. HV Ono of tho most enterprising and HJ active workers In our industrial world HV Dinwoodoy Furnlturo Company, cstab- HJ llshcd in 1857, and incorporated In H 1891 under the laws of tho stato with HT a capital stock of $175,000 and a sur- HT plus of $25,000. HJ They are jobbers and retail dealers H In furnlturo and carpets, whoso mam- H moth six-story business block, owned H and especially built for this business ' by tho firm, Is located at 37-39-41-43 West First South streot. Tho company H' also occupies 10,000 squaro feet of a four-story brick building situated back i, of this, where all their upholstering, cabinet and ordor work is attonded to, having tho largest cabinet manufac tory in tho stato. They also havo a warehouse- for reserve stock, 25xC0 foot In size. Their entire six floors and basement aro filled to overflowing with new and up-to-dato furniture and carpots, ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

(TRUTH 23 H .. . . ... ... -------- - - --- - - - - - - - H " ' ' ' "-' ii 1 GREATER fBR I UTAH! gy I H Is Utah's Most Popular Railroad IN the history of railroading throughout the vast Western M I Country no such development has been shown as during . M ! the last thirteen months along the line of the San Pedro, Los M Angeles & Salt Lake R. R. Mammoth smelting and mining j .": companies have expended millions near Garfield Beach on M x concentrating and smelting plants which will be the largest in the M country. Thousands of acres have been settled upon and ( " M 1 transformed into profitable lands. New mining camps have been M discovered and towns have arisen over night along its steel rails M Arc you a Farmer? 'XtiiP H Take up a desert section for dry farming . . ;.;i .'" ';- H Are you a Miner? m Prospect the golden hills of Utah arid Nevada ; ;;$& " H Are you an Artist? I Paint Nature in her most sublime moods here v H v Are you an Invalid? ?f ;, I Seek health in the san...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

P 2j TRUTH V the wiLs&N-gHERMAN cb. B Tlie Wllsbn-Sliormnii company havo V always in a do a point of representing H qilly the very bost and strongest pom- V panics niid It Is no doubt partly duo to H that fact that they liava today tho larg- B est business of Its kind In Utah. Mi They are agents for tho Norwich m Union Flro Insuranc9 society of Eng- m land, tho German-American Insurance H company of Now York, tho Queen In- Hl suranco company of Now York, tho H Phoenix 'Insurance company of Hart- H ford, Conn., tho Niagara Insuranco H company of Now York, the Transatlan- H tic Flro Insuranco company of Gor- i many, the Sprlngiicld F. and M. Insur- H' nnce company, of Springfield, Mass,, H tho National Fire Insuranco company j'1 of Hartford, Conn., tho Philadelphia j' Underwriters of Philadelphia, tho In- K suranco company of North Amorlca of , Philadelphia, and tho Metropolitan H Plato Glaus Insurance company of New H York. M Tho Wilson-Sherman company also M represent tho United...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

f TRUTH. 25 H ITHE ELGIN DAIRY CO. To manufacture a brand of anything that becomes popular and long lived Is no easy task. Truo In all things, It Is yet oven more pronounced when It comes to tho manufacture of a brand ' of butter. The Elgin Creamery butter has secured a reputation of Salt Lake that will be over lasting. It Is tho product of tho Elgin Dairy company with offices and creamery at 48 East First South street, "phlnes, Dell 4UU and 489; Ind. 4G9. Of this butter and m, of this firm It can safely bo said that ' the brand of tho one and tho good namo of tho other Is known to every retail dealer not only In Salt Lako City, but in towns in tho states of Utah, Idaho, "Wyoming and Nevada. The premises occupied in this city Is a largo three-story structure, consist ing of floor space of 5.1G0 feet and is ft equipped with tho newest and most modern appliances for conducting a strictly up-to-dato creamery nnd their facilities for manufacturing and hand ; ling dairy products are not ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

H 26 TRUTH. ! B I SH SUMMER THEATRES gig H ' The Orphcum Stock company, after ' many vexatious delays, Is now run- H nlng smoothly on Its dramatic way. Hj It has been several years since that H stirring military play, "The Olrl I H ' Left Behind Mo" has been seen In H Salt Lake. H . A military play is, as n rule, some- M thing which strongly appeals to the 1 sympathy of anybody having red blood M In his veins. An array of soldier uni- M' forms, a plentiful display of brass but- M tons and gold lace, with all the at- B i tendant excitement of action nnd buglo j calls, is something beyond the resist- j nnco of tho average Salt Laker and H 1 accounts for tho good business being H ( done nt tho Orphcum. The company Itself shows the effect of clever and painstaking stage drill an . art in M which Mr. MncLean has demonstrated himcslf a master. M Hersclioll Mayall, the leading man M, of tho company, has already estab- H lished himself ns a matlneo Idol. His H virility and dashing appearanc...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

f TUTM- 27 I city, Is a resort of charming beauty and restful, tranquil charm. Calder's park, shamefully neglected as It Jias been, will, some day, bo turned Into a sylvan paradise of trees, lakes and fountains. In the city Itself the tired Salt Laker i- has many enticements for tho summer "' evenings. Tho Salt Pnlnco and tho famous saucer track offer a raro even ing. There is not other Salt Palaco in tho world and this distinction is quite enough. Tho saucer track, with Its bicycle racing, Its rooftless canopy studded with stars, is an especial in p ducement to weak lungs nobody can resist cheering a rider In tho act of breaking a world's record. Lately added to the town's outdoor amusements Is Casino park, in tho heart of tho busi ness district. Hero, through tho mag nificent enterprise of Mr. John Cort, has been established an enticing open - air theatre under trees rustling with 5 cool breezes that fall llko benedictions upon tho brows of Salt Lakers just es caped from tho heat ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

B 28 TRUTH, Vij john Mcdonald, jr. B ' Ono of olir widely known and groat- H ly respected citizens Is John lUcDon- H aid, Jr., wliolesalo merchant and man- H , ufacturers' agent, who has been es- B 'tabllslied in this business for four B years. Ho Is In the prlnio of life and H has resided in Salt Lake for the past H thirty yenrs, having great faith in the H future greatness of the city has In- H vested largely in realty. His olllcc an.l B sales looms are at 38 E. 4th South, H corner of Church streot, and hero ho B occupies a fine two-story brick build- ing and his immense warchouso is M located near tho D. & R. G. depot. Mr. M' McDonald is agent for Ivlns' Sons' high ' grade specialties, also Taylor Bros., M company confectionery. He ships to M Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming and Mexico. Ml o UTAH COPPER COMPANY. H Tho mining wealth of Utah has at- P1 tracted largo amounts of eastern cap- M ital to this section which lias contrlb- PH uted much to tho development of the PH resources of t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

I TRUTH, 29 . I Because Coal is a Necessity Mm m there is no excuse for using an inferior He grade. It costs no more to get I Castle Gate or Clear Creek ' and if you nro not using it, it is because m f. you have not been made acquainted with the J fact that Utah produces the best coal in the U t West. Burn the name into your memory 1 THE UTAH FUEL COMPANY I W. H. MYERS, Gen'l Sales Agent. 1 Dooly Block, Salt Lake City 3 J Bank Account a means comfort, happiness and 8 security from the woes and miser- f ies that arise from poverty. The DIUKCTOUS ease wjtb- wn;cn you can saye g . wmiam s. MoComick money and pile up the dollars S?Tin JDwyn may be a revelation to you. One Hebor M. Wolls , ,r .,, . . J ... w. Montague Kerry dollar will start an account, hut e. a. wail the bigger the better. You get E. O. Howard w. j. iiaiioran 4 per cent at this Bank Utah Savings $ Crust Co. I No. 160 MAIN STREET I SALT LAKE CITY I ' : t . I ASK FOR . $tickney'$ Tine Gigars Win. A. Stickney Cigar Co. SAL...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

B 3Q TmUVM. I f HOFFMAN BROTHERS. H The real cstnto situation In Salt H' Lake odors many and valuablo oppor- V tunlttcs for profitable Investments. H These opportunities being found In all V: classes and kinds of property, from a H business building In a center of a city H to a palatial residence In the rcsldcn- H tlal district or a vacant lot In ono of ' the suburbs. The firm of Hoffman M ' Brothers Is ono of the best qualified M In the city to supply the wants of any B Investor, as they have demonstrated H their confidence In Salt Lako's future M by the Investment of upwards of Hf $200,000 of their own money In Salt H Lake realty. The firm have been act- H lvely engaged lh business for many ij years and havo been remarkably sue- H , cessful. Thoy not only deal in city H property, but handle property H throughout tho west. They havo han- H died many largo transactions in our city and are recognized as being ono H of the leading firms in the lntcrmoun- tain district. Tho members of ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

f TRUTH. 31 i Probate and Guardianship Notices. Consult County Clork or respective .signers for further Information. WEBER & M'GUIiniN, Attorneys, Atlas Block. NOTICE. In the district court, probate dl vlslon, In and for Salt Lake county, m .state of Utah, In the matter of the estate of John Peterson, deceased. e Notice The petition of E. G. Locke praying for the Issuance to himself of ; letters of administration In the estate r, of John Peterson, deceased, has been r set for hearing on Saturday, the 26th 5 day of May, A. D. 1900, at 10 o'clock ! a. m., at the county court house, In I the court room of said court. In Salt jr Lake City, Salt Lako County, Utah. Witness tho clerk of said court, with the seal thereof affixed, this 8th day of May, A. D. 190G. J. U. ELDREDGE, Jr., (Seal.) Clerk. By W. II. Farnsworth, Deputy Clerk. A. J. Weber and F. T. McGurrln, At f torneys for Petitioner. C. M. NIELSON. ifc. ATTORNEY, CONSTITUTION BUILDING. NOTICE. In tho District Court, Probate Dlv...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 26 May 1906

H 32 trytO'T M. 'i C. M. NIELSEN, Atty., B" Constitution Building. H NOTICE. B -) In tho District Court, Probnto Dlvl- H, slon, in and for Salt Lake Cpunty, V Stato of Utah. H In tho matter of tho estate of Kolo- M haulu Kauraka Nlau, deceased. No- ' Tho petition of Frederick Bccsloy B praying for tho Issuanco to himself of H Letters of Administration in the cs- H tato of Kelohaulu Kauraka Nlau, de- ceased, has been set for hearing on Hi Saturday, tho 2nd day of Juno, A. D. 190G, at 10 o'clock A. M., at tho Coun- ty Court House, in tho court room of I Bald court in Salt Lako City, Salt H I Iiko County, Utah. K Witness tho clerk of said court with I I , tho seal thereof affixed, this ICtli day '. of May, A. D. 100C. (Seal.) ' J. U. ELDIIEDGE, JR., Clerk. I By W. H. Farnsworth, Deputy Clerk. H . C. ;M. Nielsen, Attorney for Potl H tloncr. I '' BRIGHAM CLEGC, Atty., 403 Auorbach Bldg. I NOTICE. H In tho Third Judicial District Court, J in and for Salt Lako County, Stato of HJ Utah. Dep...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

- Vol. 5; No. 38 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JUNE 2, 1906. Price 5 Cents . POLITICAL MELANGE , The political campaign is opening very early this year, oven for a mate ' election. A congressman, a judge ot the Supremo court, members ot the legislature and county ofllcers in every county in tho state are to bo -elected. Candidates are already buzzing around. Among tho first to come out in the open Is Parley P. Chrlstensen, who . . announces his candidacy for the nom- k ination for Congress on the Republi can ticket. Parley has lots of friends who havo been working in his interest for months, and who express confi dence that ho will "get there" ah right. There are others, however, who declare that Mr. Christenson really does not expect to land the nomination this time; that he Is young 1 both in years and politics, but that be ing a canuiuato witn a goou support for tho high office of congressman A would pavo the way for future suc- (KJ cess. Certain it is that he will have ' a hard time to ...

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

I 2 TRUTH, H loct? Will It bo Undo Joo Cannon? H r'crlinps. Undo Joo Is getting along H n years and by tho time the next H election reaches us, seventy-two sum- H mors and as many winters will havo H crowned his head. Rather an old man H Tor a leaner, still ho might pull H through. H Teddy isn't going to run again tin- H less ho is forced. Tho Republicans H may nominate him despito his pro- H lests, although all tho powers of mon- H ry will bo martlalcd against him. J. H Ogden Armour will not bo for Theo- H dore Roosovcit next time, bccauHO BH this packing houso expose, this pure LjJ food legislation, this demand for bet- H cr sanitary conditions will allcnato all H ho meat men, oven though it brings H io tho side of tho executive tho con- H miners. But it must bo rcmemborcd H that the voters elect a president; they H do not nomlnato him. Tho coal mag- H nates and tho follows hit under the H bolt by tho rate bill, provided it H standB the test of court interpretation, H will not sta...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

TRUTH. 3 I TRIBUNE CONTEMPLATING A SUM MERSAULT. i It Is becoming more apparent every day that tho Tribune la becoming greatly alarmed over the probablo fate of tho "American" party in tho fall W election. For a whllo after the present city administration went into office, tho flapping of Its wings as it expanded in self-adulation could bo heard for miles around. Dut this spirit lasted for only a few months, in fact only long enough for tho present administration, following tho banners of Easy Ez, tc show that It was humlliatingly Incom petent, politically potty beyond do scrlptlon, and reckless of tho peoplo't right and the city's interests. Its at 4& tltudo now, after the jubilant pose of f ' few weeks ago, Is one sufficiently tear ful to excite the pity of the multitude. Half its ordinarily vitriolic space Is do voted to a vapid defense of tho admin ,k Istratlon, or to apologies for municipal misrule and extravagance which can no longer be disguised. In fact, with tho dally d...

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