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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 September 1906

I 4 TRUTH ,1 I 1HI IN THE SOCIAL REALM Hg H The chief society event of the week was the marriage of Miss Leta McMil- Ian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McMillan, and Raymond S. Masson of San Francisco, which took place Wed H ncsday ovcnlng at tho residence of the H bride's parents, Rov. W. M. radon of H the First Presbyterian church, offlciat- Ing. Miss Dess McMillan was mldo of H honor to her sister nnd Miss Mildred H McMillan, a younger sister, and Miss H Leila Trent of San Francisco, former H ly of Salt Lake, were bridesmaids. C. H R. Weymouth, also of San Francisco, H ofllclatcd as best man, with Gordon H McMillan as one of the groomsmen. M The ribbon-bearers were ...iss Norlno H Thompson nnd Miss Aline McMillan, M and tho ring bearer, little Dorothy M Adams, niece of tho bride. Tho wed M ding took place promptly at 9 o'clock, H when tho GOO guests Invited to the re M ceptlon wero present. Tho floral dec M orations wero most gorgeous and the M gowns of tho bride nnd her attenda...

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

s truth: $ I 3 Congregational church In honor of J Rev. Elmer I. Goshen. Miss Marjorie Palno entertained at a luncheon at the Country club on Thurs day In honor of her sister, Miss Paine, who has lately returned from Califor nia. Covers were laid for eighteen.' ,j Miss Catherine Judge gave a lunch eon on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dyron Schrader are at home to their fronds at 123 South Fifth East street. Mr. and Mrs. Wells Clark, who will leave for Long Beach, Cal., next week to join their son, Mark D. Clark, will be at the Cullen until their departure. Mrs. R. H. Browne and family, who spent the summer at their cottage in Brighton, have returned. ' .. 1 & Mr. and Mrs. Percy Browne are at home to their friends at 1123 Third street. J J Miss Irene Short left Monday night for Northampton, Mass., whero she will enter the Clark school and will take up work among the deaf and dumb. & J Miss Edna Dunn and Miss Angela Kinney left Wednesday to take up their school work in the east...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 September 1906

I 6 Tt3 TTTT I gAMUSEMENTSl H "They're oft" nt tho Orpheum this M week Eddlo Clark and tho widows. fl It ig a Sheopshead bny, racing stunt. M Eddlo wears tho fast colors and conies M under tho wiro an easy, winner. Ills fl tako off, Illustrating how tho race H track tact can grab either end M of a proposition and still remain H In tho uiiddlo, Is a joyous cxposo of M that peculiar genius of tho betting M ring. Eddie describes an Imaginary B raco as interestingly as tho real thing B with tho jockeys up and the horse 1 jumping under tho whip lash. Sur- 1 rounding Eddie, and, at times, com- plctcly hiding his Hash costume arc H tho sombro wccdH of a half dozen B 'iwlnnlng widows." Like tho lilies of fl tho field they toll not neither can fl tlicy sing, but tliey do tho dance H which mado Terpsichoio famous. The H nionologuo artist Is qulto proline this H Reason. Paul Barnes comes riding in M on a big wavo of Orphoum success. In M Los Angeles tho loquacious Paul con M vulscd the auditor...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 September 1906

1 truth: 7 I NEXT WEEK'S ORPHEUM BILL. .Next week's bill at tlio Orpheum will provide a few sensations for tho most blase patrons of modern vaude ville. It Is safe to assert that it will bo a winner and tho pace set by tho circuit this season will bo fully main a taincd. By way of a headllner charm- ing NIta Allen heads her little com pany in a unique sicetch which bears tho title of "in Car 2, Stateroom One." This playlet is both novel and amus ing. On the stage is shown tho out side of a Pullman car with a section of tho side open to admit of tho au dience seeing all that transpires In tho stateroom. Tho sketch Is written by Will M. Cressy and is said to bo en thusiastically received wherever pre sented. Tho second attraction on the bill comes in the gulso of a soprano who, it is claimed, has tho greatest vocal range of any American woman appearing before the public. Sho sings well known songs and takes liberties solo work of Herbert Medley who Is cither a baritono or a bass, acco...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 September 1906

f I 8 aT?TTTTT I truth: H Issued Weekly by H Truth Publishing Company. H 32 Eaglo Block, Salt Lako City. H Salt Lako City H John W.Hughos, Editor andMantgtr H Enterofl June 19, 19OT, ut Salt Lake City, Utah M a seoond-class mattor. under aot of Co u cress H of March 3, 1870' H Tarms of Subscription. H ONB YRAR , In advance) $2.00 B SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 M THKEU MONTHS (In advanco) 75 H Postmasters sendlncsubscrlptlons to TRUTH H may retain 25 per cent of subscription price H as commission. H If the paper Is not desired beyond tlie date H subscribed for, the publication should be H notified by letter two weeks or mora before H the term sxpirei. H Discontinuance. H Remember that the publisher must be notl- H tied by lottor when a subscriber wishes his M paper stopped ; all arrears must be paid In H Requests of subscribers to have their paper H mailed to a new address, to secure atteu- H tlon, must mention former as well as pros- H eut address. H Address nil communications to TR...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 September 1906

TRUTH f I Continued from Pago 1 With the Politicians. Dubois havo been running mates for years. No reason why they should part now. The Democrats are at this date more sanguine of carrying Salt Lake county than the Republicans. They flguro on the big voto they polled in the city last year and the more or less unsat isfactory conditions which exist In the Republican ranks. They also calculate that those Republicans who have an ardent desire to beat tho "Americans" will flock to tho Democrats for that purpose. The other evening a Demo crat offered to bet $200 to $100 that tho Republicans would not carry a ma jority of tho Salt Lake county ticket. His Republican friend offered to take tho wager. Tho Democrat put up tho cash, but tho Republican backed down when It came to putting up. m & & The Americans aro exceedingly san- r gulno of carrying Salt Lake county, y - legislative ticket and all. They rely ' on the votes from city employes and A tho mining and .smelter vote. They 1A...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 September 1906

I 10 TRUTH I , ADDITIONAL POLITICAL Asliby Snow seems to bo In the lead H for tho democratic nomination for H county attorney. lie's popular and Is H a lawyer of more than ordinary abll- M Parley P. Chrlstenscn's friends H claim that ho Is In the lead for tho H republican nomination for congress. H In Weber county tho delegation will H undoubtedly bo divided between Mr. H Howell and Mr. Chrlstcnscn. In Salt H Lake county tho samo will bo the H case. Mr. Howell will bo strong in H tho north notwithstanding Mr. Fish- H burn's candidacy. In tho south Mr. H Chrlstenscn's strength will bo a sur- H prlso to a good many people. Ho has H lots of friends who aro working loy- H ally In his Interest. H Tho Tribune's move at this time, H through Charles Mostyn Owen, in H making a complaint against President H Josoph F. Smith on Information nnd H belief is of courso solely mado for po- H lltlcal effect, and with tho intention of H putting tho county attorney In an em- H barrasslng position. It I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 September 1906

TRUTH II I NEVADA MINING LETTER. Manhattan, Nye Co., Nev., Sept. 12. The plan or merging several adjoin ing mining properties Into immense estates worth millions for the salto ol economical operations has extended ( to Manhattan, whero details are helng worked out making for the consoli dation of the Stray Dog, Indian Camp, and Jumping Jack mines, with the Union No. 9 mine of the Dexter es tate into one corporate hody of min eral ground. It is stated hero on ap parently unquestioned authority that the owners of the control of the three first named mines have heen ap proached with a firm offer for their holdings at a valuation of two mil lion dollars for tho three, and that the matter Is receiving serious conslder ; " ntion. It Is also said upon equally as good Information that there has J heen a bear movement In Dexter for j the express purpose of affording the ' manipulators an opportunity to buy )' In most of tho outstanding stock at a J low figure before the consolidation Is cons...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 September 1906

I I , 2 ' TRUTH (; "What It worth doing Is worth doing well." I THE I F.W.GARDINER CO. I i PRINTERS , BLANK I BOOK MAKERS I 216 So. West Temple St. I Salt Lake City. I "UP-TO-THE-MINUTE" M with all our work. I R.L.POLK&CO. H W. P. COOPER, SCCTY & Man (3 E DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS. M City Directories, State Gazetteers, Blue M Books, National Trade M Directories. I 617-620 Dooly Bldg. Bell Tel. 39. SALT LAKE CITY. H Branches at Ogden, Boise, Pueblo, Col- 1 orado Springs and Cheyenne. H TRUTH Is a legal journal. Send In your Mining Notices, Assessment No- tlces, and Delinquent Notices. TRUTH OFFICE, 241 South West Tempi. H DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD H CURRENT TIME TABLE, M In Effect June 3, 1000. H LEAVE SALT SAKE CITT. B No. 10 For Hober, Provo M and Marysvalo ... 8i00n.ni. B Jo. 112 For Bingham StlOa.m. Jo. 102 For Park City 8tl3u.ni. No. 6 For Denver and East BiBO n.m. No. 13 For Ogdon 0i00p.ni. B No. 10 For Ogden 81IO11.111. No. 20 For Denver and the M East 0i30p.ni. No. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 September 1906

TRUTH 13 M Lawyer's Directory. Anderson, T. J., 222 Atlas Blk. Armstrong, S. P., 120-123 Commercial j Blk. J Ashworth, T. F., 312 Doly Bldg. I Backman, G. II., basement 32 So. Main ft St. Bagley, E. M., 31C Deseret News Bldg. Bagley, J. A., 404 Templeton Bldg. Bailey, J. H JR., 7 Deseret Natl. Bk. Bldg. Baldwin, Charles, 274-75 Commercial Blk. Bierer, Everald, Jr., 300 Auerbach Bldg. Bird, W. H., 401 Scott Bldg. Booth & Leo, 500-502 Auerbach Bldg. Bowdle, J. R., 89 Commercial Blk. Bowman, J. M., 94 Commercial Blk. Boyd, C. W., 400 McCornlck Bldg. Bradley & Plschel, 300-304 Atlas Blk. Braffett, M. P., 518 Dooley Bldg. Breeden & Farnsworth, 315 D. F. Wal- ker Bldg. Brown, Arthur, 212 So. Main St. I Browne, H. C, 231 D. F. Walker Bldg. I Browne, T. E., 2C-27 Commercial Bldg. Cannon & Irvine, 512-514 Templeton Bldg. Casey, A. V., 95 Commercial Blk. Cherrlngton, Pcnnel, 20S-209 Herald Bldg. Cherry & Pardee, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Chrlstensen, A. E., 14 Commercial Blk. C...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 September 1906

I I I TRUTH H August, 100G, of tho corporation, pay- H able on or before the 22nd day of Sep- H y' tombcr, 1000, to Viola Donlinltor, as- H f I slstant secretary at 318 S. Stato street, H S Salt Lake City, Utah. Any stock up- H on which this assessment may remain H , unpaid on tho 22nd day of September, H v 100C, will bo delinquent and adver- H j I Used for salo at public auction, and H , unless payment Is made before, will H ,' bo sold on tho 22nd day of October, H 1900, to pay tho delinquent assess- H ' ment, together with tin cost of adver- H ' ' tlslng and expense of sale. CHARLES H. HIPP, Secretary. H H NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF ' PARTNERSHIP. H TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN- H Notice is hereby given that Blins S. H Wright and P. S. Keogh, heretofore M doing business under tho name and H stylo of Keogh-Wrlght Prlvato Hos- H pltal, have by mutual consent (lis- H solved said partnership, to tako ef- feet as or the first day of July, A. D. H 1900, said Kcogh continuing tho said ' business...

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

truth: s m THOUGHT HE MIGHT WAIT. Conversion, of Course, Woo All Right, But Father Wanted to Get Field Plowed. A pioneer and his sou wore en- gaged In breaking up some Bturdy 1 grass and roots with a small plow and a team of horses, when a revivalist camo that way. The elder frontlers- man soon found his way as a penitent to the altar. With joy the next morn ing he went forth to plow, and Instead of addressing his horses with his usual profanity he called out s'mply: "Get up." To his astonishment, the horses, which had never failed him, refused utterly to budge. "John," ho called to ihls son, "something's the matter with my team, they've balked." John walked over to his father's plow, ripped out some staggering epithets from an unregenerato vocabulary, and away the team started with vigorous good will. That night at the revival meeting the son was visibly affected. Tho old man had been watching him anxiously, and asked him to step out side a moment. "John," said the fa- ther, "I hon...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 September 1906

( " V I' I I 16 TRUTH I I ! EXCURSION I TO THE I I BIG HORN BASIN I A great opportunity to visit a new and prosperous country. M $30.00 for the round trip. Good for thirty days. M From Utah Common Points to Frannic, Lovell and Cowley, Wyo. m Ticket will be on sale September 1st and 3rd at all Rio Grande H Western Ticket Offices. H Lot mo sond you a foldor that tolls all about it it's froo. H TICKETS 79 W. Second South Slroet, R. F. NESLEN, General Agent, Salt Lake City, Utah. M The Local Merchant Advertisers H Is the boat judge of advertising generally find people who buy things Val?rf VaSUS Tt? PaPer8 -SunZUrKee aTdtily m in this City. He puts his money especially at evening, when there is H where it pays boat Tlio best papor lolsure and inclination for reading; M for him is the best paper for the experienced advertisers know this H n.i A,i.n.nn,n aid advertise to reach the people. H General Advertiser as well. TRUTH has the circulation and will H certainly bring you RESULTS. 1 TQI...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 September 1906

$ I ft Vol 6; No 2 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPT. 22, 1906. Price 5 Cests I 1 AMONG THE POLITICIANS Republican primaries for county convention Monday ' evening, October 1st. & & Republican county convention, Mon day, October 8th, i J s Demcc itlc tate convention, Salt Iake theatre October 4th. Democrat'c county convention, Wed nesday, October 10th. Democratic state and county pri maries, Monday evening, October 1st. American state convention, Salt Lake theitre, Friday, September 21st. Mpss convention no delegates. I J & '. American county convention. Salt Lake theatre, Saturday, September 22. I What Is troubling the politicians y most at this time, paittcularly the Amerlcins, Is whether or not tho La- y bor people are going to put a ticket jl In the field. Truth pointed out a good K while ago that the action of the labor- He wculd have a very Important bear- ji Ing on the result of tho election. Last ij autumn tho American party was al- ' most the solo beneficiary of tho la...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 September 1906

1' 2 TRUTH p ency in other departments nro tho in- Li evltablo results .of this system. I j An essentinl and very Important 81 factor In "tho Smoot machlno" Is that BN contemptlblo biped who goes about, $f trying by hints, winks, nods and In- fcj nuendo to convoy tho Idea that It Is yfk the wish of tho head of tho Church of m Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints that f members of that church voto a cer tain ticket. i Tho other Republican faction, "the Jk American party," is now entrenched ' f In every department of tho city gov- U, ernment of Salt Lake City. This Is jHl tho direct result of tho blind folly of Reed Smoot and his political para- f, sites. One year ago, Just on tho evo d' of the city election, Mr. Smoot camo lo Salt I.ako City from his homo In J Provo. Ho camo to dlctato to tho citizens of this community how they should voto In a local election. Ho brought with him Republican Nation al Committeeman C. E. Looso with un limited boodio to Influence voters by betting on broke...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 September 1906

TRUTH 3 I HENDRICKSON VS. BULLEN. Logan, Sept. 20, 190G. Editor Truth I seo Mr. "Rex" Is after mo becauso I dared to answer an article which ho sent to your paper somo three or four Issues back, but jt he cannot scare mo with his guff. He seems to wrlto merely becauso he likes to appear In print ho Is cer tainly a freak of nature. I observe, however, that my last letter enabled him to seo more good in Mr. J. A Hendrlckson and less In Mr. H. Bui len, Jr., for ho closes his last lines thus: "They are both good men ono however, Is a little more popular than the other and a better statesman." Now I have no direct interest in either of them, but my desire Is that the public should know tho facts. 1 am a citizen and a taxpayer of Logan City, and my homo Is here and I know both of these men. I am a friend of both. The public knows their respec tive worth. In my last article I mentioned that Mr. Bullen had either been an office holder or an ofllco hunter slnco 1899 "Ilex" seems to discredit...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 September 1906

PlT"" ' v . ..mmmrmm mm pmmm w I i ! 4 TRUTH 5s j ggfg IN THE SOCIAL REALM Hi At the Country club Monday even Ing Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Keith and Mr. and Mra. Tom Blyth entertained at a danco In compliment to Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Plxley Blyth, whoso marriage took place last month. Two hundred Invitations had been issued, and It 1 Boomed that all were accepted, for the - place was thronged with dancers j, throughout the evening. An elegant ' buffet supper was served during the evening. With the hosts and host esses and the guests of honor receiv ing the guests were Miss Bella Blyth, Miss Frances Clark, Miss Louise La Chappello, Will Blyth and Thomas Blyth, Sr. The danco was preceded i by a number of dinners In town. Cards are out for the marriage ol : . Miss Helen Adcle Burns to Claude Stokes Williams. The wedding is to ; take place on the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 2. Sp . & I Miss Theresa McEnery arrived on . i Monday from London and is a guest of her brother and sister, Dr. and Mrs...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 September 1906

truth: . s I crino Hobson, Miss Helen Bucking ham, Miss Lillian Jones and Miss Beth Buckingham. J J Mr. and Mrs. V P. Klser enter tallied Wednesday evening at their home on Thirteenth East street. The rooms were bright with many fall flowers. Aside from Miss Lyster and Miss Nan Lyster, guests at the house, those present were: Mr. and Mrs David Ramsey Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Schulder, Mr. and Mrs. W C. Alexander, Miss Dermitt, George Lawrence, Mr. Savage, Frank Poe, Da vld Richard Gray. Mr. and Mrs. T L. Halllday enter talned Wednesday evening at "500" for , Mr. and Mrs. Weight of Pasadena am! their son, Earle Weight, who are guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Jack. The rooms were very pretty with branches and sprays of feathery an paragus tipped with red berries, and d asters of all shades were In bowls and vases throughout the rooms. Aboul twenty-four were present. Five tables were filled with players, and prlzer were awarded the winners In th game. A pretty entertainment in the fo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 September 1906

1 6 , TPTTTTT I I HAMUSEMENTSj H Tho porformanco of "Tlio Wodding . Day" by tho Salt Lake Opera com- Pi pany served tho doublo purposo of fcj demonstrating and verifying that tho Hj town Is vocally equal to its reputation. 51 For many years it has been our El musical religion to pin our faith to H9 tho voices of Zlon. Tho recent en- Mm gagement of tho organization was suf- HH ficlent reason for tho belief wo havo ' f cherished. f Along comes tho Salt Lako Opera h , company and rewardod us for growing i stout in tho faith that wo llvo In a r j town where volco culturo is still one of tho fine arts. It is a matter ol notice that tho local press, hopolessl r , divergent on other matters, got to ' I gother and wovo a literary boquet foi tho sweet singers of tho homo com . pany. It is not my purposo, howover to elaborate upon tho work of thr v Salt Lako opera. Every paper gave ample space to tho subject, and, Id I ono or two instances oven went so fai lgr , as to mako the rovlow a caso o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 September 1906

TRUTH 7 I I as given in tho Metropolitan engage ments. J & Following Collier, on Thursday evening, September 27th, Jano Cor coran will be seen In "Tho Freedom ot Suzanne" with a carefully selected company, Including James M. Brophy. Rounding out the week, Friday and Saturday and Saturday matineo the popular comedy Dlgby Bell will be seen' In "Tho Education of Mr. Plff." The play, It Is said, has been a phe nomenal success and tho press speaks most flatteringly of tho show. HAMIY LEGKANDE. v NEXT WEEK AT THE ORPHEUM. A really important vaudovlllo en gagement Is Miss May Boley and her "Polly Girls" announced for next week at tho Orpheum. Miss Boley Is . rather an Important personago in the musical' comedy world, and for the past two seasons was the leading lady of Richard Carle's musical comedy, "The talning to musical comedy, burlosquu and opera. The second liner will bo Arthur Deming, black faced comedian, who is well known -hero as having been ono of the stars in Primroso and W...

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