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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 October 1906

HJ I 4 TRUTH 1 I gUi IN THE SOCIAL REALM B M Mrs. Alexander Cohn entertained at H luncheon on Wednesday. The draw- H lug-rooms wcro attractive In yellow, HJ nastaurtlums and marigolds being used. The dining-room, In pink, was unusually pretty, the table having for H the central decorations and cosmos with pink satin ribbon and snillax ex HJ tending to the corners. Bowls ot cos HJ mos were also used with charming effect. The place cards were Gibson HJ heads In pink and white, and were laid HJ for twenty guests. The afternoon was HJ spent in playing whist. H Mrs. Gcorgo P. Ilolman entertained HJ Wednesday afternoon at bridge. Four HJ tables wcro played. The prizes were H awarded to Mrs. Gcorgo Y. Wallace, HJ Mrs. Russell Tracy, Mrs. J. P. Mc- HJ Grath and Miss Anna Thompson of HJ Portland. Jt H Mrs. C. H. McCoy was tho liostess HJ at a lileasant card party yesterday HJ afternoon. H The wedding of Miss Lenore Drowne HJ nnd Oliver W. Harvey took place Wednesday in tho Salt Lako Temple H...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 October 1906

j 'truth: J MRflH NECESSARY .Q&JB nruruTo I PPlifl APPAREL fFx ElEMENTS I ' BF?tJFSi 'ie recen 'eas 'n tZMm f"ow 'n a wor we I - I For Dr. Delmcl Linen StllT iS 10 UTUGr Dr. Jaeger Sanitary Wool IflUY L A U IM U II T I I Mesh Unierwear Undciweur. ..... mmi - w mm m THE LAUNDRY OF QUALITY I . BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO. I TELEPHONE 193-2 Rings 166 MAIN STREET both phones 192 166 main street i . . ! ETHERIAL BODY VISIBLE. I Semi-Transparent Mass Surrounding tho Bones Penetrable by Bontgen Rays. I Tboy wy they havo seen tho ether eal body, cno of man's subtler bodies Interpenetrating tho dense physical body. The orientals havo long claimed to havo seen It with a higher vision and tho occidentals are 'now seel. ; it by the aid of Instruments. In being hble to seo the skeleton of a live person by Rontgen rays we have gone far to surmounting difficulties in making out tho shadow of the eth ereal body. A hazy, semi-transparent mass surrounds tho bones in a skia graph which seems to...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 October 1906

W 6 TRUTH I I fjAMUSEMENTSJIll H "The Royal Chef," early in tho week ' swooped down upon ua and set bcforo tho theatrical epicures a dish of musi- cal chop suoy and rag time noodles. "Tho Itoyal Chef" has been before tho public for tho past two seasons. Never boforo, however, has ho ventured into tho Salt Lake kitchen. At last, ho camo; ho saw and ho doparted. This musical comedy was written, and first produced, in Chicago. Its distinctive features aro tho many (illusions to tho Windy City and plaintive- ditty, sung by tho comedian, who pours his heart out in vocal yearnings for Chicago. Because of this tho big town on Lako Michigan took kindly to tho "Itoyal Chef and filled his apron with good hard money. Then tho "CTief" went to Now York only to bo Indifferently received. Tho reason was obvious. Tho pieco oozed with nn over-sumclon- cy of Chicago. It was llko shipping anthracito coal to Scranton, Pennsyl- vanla. Now York was mad because of tho intrusion into musical comedy of an i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 October 1906

TRUTH 7 I THE DANGEROUS FRAUDS .IN PAT ENT MEDICINES. Au ?f the recent exposures and muck-raking" articles have, says tho Ltterary Digest, evoked more or less newspaper comment. But upon the I series of articles In Collier's Weekly , by Mr. Samuel Hopkins Adams, lay ing baro the swindle and quackery of most patent medicines, the press has been absolutely silent. The Literary Digest, accustomed to present news- , paper comment to its readers, must in this instance point to tho singular j scarcity .of that commodity. Tho rea- j son tor that, wo are told, is that tho manufacturers of tho nostrums by means of their enormous advertising contracts, have succeeded in keoping tiio newspapers muzzled. ! .n"1 tak u'" says Mr. Mark Sullivan .- - in an article in Collier's Weekly, "1 take It if any man should assert that thero is ouo subject on which tho newspapers of the United States, act , ing in concert and as a unit, will deny lull ami tree discussion, ho would bo smiled at as an intempera...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 October 1906

HRi ii ' ' '" 111sMIBWss,sMselFaMlsasMieisssssesssas- - - '--" I 8 TRUTH I TRUTH H Imioil Weekly by H Truth Publlahlno Company. H 32 Eaglo Block, Salt Lako City. B Suit Luke City M John W. Hughei,EdltorandMnnger M Entered June 19, 1003, nt Salt Lake City, Utah H a ipoand'oluu matter, under act of Concresa M of March 3, 1879' H Terms of Subscription. M ONK YKAlt In advauoe) $2.00 M SIX MONTHS (In a.lvunco) 1.00 M THREE MONTHS (In advance) 75 Poatmaatorasendlngaubacrlptlona to TRUTH H may retain 25 per cent of subscription price H a commission. H If tlio paper la not desired beyond the date H subioribod for, the publication should be H uotilled by letter two weeks or more before H the term expires. H Discontinuance. H Remember thuttho publisher must be notl- H tied by letter when a subscriber wishes his H paper stopped; all arreurs must be paid In B H Requeats of subscribers to have their paper H mulled to a new addreas, to aecure atten- H tlou, inuat mention former as well as pros- H...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 October 1906

TRUTH ' I FROM NEVADA'S MINES. Goldnclil, Nov., Oct. 14. Neglected and Ignored for more than a decade, the vast deposits of copper which snuggle close to the farther crests of the Funeral rtange, in Inyo county, California, seem at last to bo upon tho verge of yielding up a hundred mighty fortunes. Where less than a year ago the only signs of human vis-. 9 ltatlon were tho crudo monuments which marked the claims of Itinerant! prospectors, there has sprung up a feverish activity, a stream of immi gration, two booming towns and n great faith. Centering In tho new camp called Greenwater, the ring of pick and shovel, the creak of wind lasses and the sonorous roar of blast ing make every slope, for miles to the east and west, vocal of the bonan- za-hunter. From tho moment when 1j tho rising sun crowns the surround- Jl ing peaks with a golden glory, to the In hour when the sunset streaks tho ft countryside with pink and purple and russet gorgeousness, the pulse of ener- gy beats unceasing...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 October 1906

I l0 TRUTH g I ADDITIONUThUrHS H Tlio capture of tho unsavory and solf-contossod vagrant Jim Donelson cast a gloom over the pollco and ten- derloin circles'. It also cast a sombre hue over tho Kearns party. H Jim Donelson la tho thug who sworo out a warrant charging a well-known preacher or this city with perjury because tho minister had tho courage to stop one of his fake prizo fights. Tho ' -"buno and tho Kearns party at that time roundly abused a good clt- izen and took tho part of tho thug, Donelson. Wlillo not every man in tho Kearns party is a thug and hobo, it Is unt- vorsally conceded that overy hobo thug, stocking-log gambler' and thiet belongs to that party. What a deplorable condition our po Hco department is in! While th sheriff and his force havo been seek- ing diligently to arrest Ave thugs who robbed two strangers, the ponco de H partmont not only remained dormant H uuw o.en no.peu mo uug0 10 get uuy and kopt them posted as to tho wkere- abouts of their pursuers. Tho ...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 October 1906

TRUTH u I JUDGES OF ELECTION. Tho appointment of election judges for election dlstiicts in Salt Lake City and Salt Lake County was made by the Board o County Commissioners Wednesday. The judges of the Sev enteenth district In tho city were not appointed yesterday, and in tho Thlr- I.ty-cighth city district but ono was appointed. With these exceptions, all judges in city districts weio ap- pointed. Tho political complexion of the judges are two Republicans and ono Democrat. No "Americans" were ap pointed they not being entitled to any under the law. Tho list Is as follows: First District George Baxter (II.), Louis Merrill (It.), George J. Hill (D.). Second District II. V. Van Pelt (II.), G. J. Yates (II.), Frank Hughes (D.). t, Thlr.d District Edward Davis (R.), y Stanley C. Price (R.), D. F. Col- lctt (D.). Fourth District Peter E. Hart (R.), R. L. Shepherd (R.), Robert H. VT a Slddowny (D.). Fifth District J. B. Walkley (R.), J Henry Giles (R.), James Moffatt (D.). Sixth District E...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 October 1906

l2 truth: "What Is worth doing Is worth doing well." I I THE I I F.W.GARDINER CO. I PRINTERS BLANK BOOK MAKERS H 216 So. Wut Ttnrple 1 H Salt Lake City. M "UP-TO-THE-MINUTE" H with all our work. I R. L. POLK & CO. H W p. COOPER, Sicty Man fii a 1 DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS. H City Directories. State Gazetteers, Blue H Books, National Trade H Directories. H 617-620 Dooly Bldg. Bell Tel. 39. H SALT LAKE CITY. H Branches at Ogden, Boise, Pueblo, Col- H orado Springs and Cheyenne. fll TKUTH ib a legal journal. Send In H your Mining Notices, Assessment No- H tlces, and Delinquent Notices. TKUTH H OK KICK. 241 South West Temple. M DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAC H CURIUSNT TIMI2 TAI1LIS, H In Effect June 3, 1000. H LEAVE SALT SAKE CITY. H No. 10 For Ueber, Provo H and Miirysvale ... SiOOn.m. H o. 112 Kor Ulngham BUOu.iu. W Jo. 102 Kor Park City ...... 8nSu.ni. H No. 6 For Denvur und East HiSOa.in. H No. 13 For Ogden (lion p.m. H No. 19 For Ob-dun 8UOn.ui. H No. 20 For Dunvor and tho H ., E...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 October 1906

' ss truth: 13 Lawyer's Directory. Anderson, T. J., 222 Atlas Blk. Armstrong, S. P., 120-123 Commercial Blk. Ashworth, T. P., 312 Dtoly Bldg. W Backman, G. H basement 32 So. Main St. IBagley, 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. p. .. -Booth & Leo, 600-502 Auerbach Bldg. Bowdle, J. R., 89 Commercial Blk. Bowman, J. M., 94 Commercial Blk. Boyd, C. W., 400 McCornick Bldg. Bradley & Pischel, 300-304 Atlas Blk. 0 Braftett, M. P., 518 Dooley Bldg. Breeden & Farnsworth, 315 D. P. Wal ker Bldg. Brown, Arthur, 212 So. Main St. Browne, H. C, 231 D. P. Walker Bldg. Browne, T. E., 26-27 Commercial Bldg. Cannon & Irvine, 512-514 Templeton Bldg. Casey, A. W., 95 Commercial Blk. Cherrington, Pennel, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Cherry & Pardee, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Chrlstensen, A. E., 14 Commercial Blk....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 October 1906

I H TRUTH 1 H rods, to tho placo ot beginning, con- talnlng about ton acres of land, for the sum of $1,000.00. And upon tho following terms, tq-wlt: Cash upon H confirmation, as appears from tho re- turn of sale, filed in this court, has bopn set for hearing on Saturday, the 27th day of October, A. D. 190G, at 10 o'clock a. m at tho County Court House, in thq. court room of said court, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. H Witness tho Clerk of said Court with tho sen thereof affixed, this 11th day of Octobor, A. D. 190G. J. U. ELDREDGE, JR., Clerk. .(Seal.) M Dy W. H. Farnsworth, Doputy Clerk. C. M. NIELSEN, Attorney for Es- H SUMMONS. H JAMES INGBRETSEN, M Attorney, H 49 E. First South St. H In tho District Court of tho Third M Judicial District of tho State of Utah, H County of Salt Lake. B Western Loan and Savings Co. (a H corporation, plaintiff vs. C. O. Janson, H Ida A. Janson, Pioneer NUrsoy Co., M John A. Johnson and his wife, Mrs. H John A. Johnson, defendants. Sum- H...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 October 1906

I truth: s I 1 Ores Absorb Much Moisture. i Recent teats have shown that ores 1 of lead and Iron may absorb moro I than three per cent, of their own f weight In moisture. n Vork of Love. ' Love makes our heads go round, 1. and wo sometimes imagine It's the world. Business Men's Mistake. So late as 1813 the East India com pany decided that trado with Japan was not worth cultivating. The Expert. "Is Spcednian a good chauffeur?" "Good? Gay! ho caug'it a man yes terday that every motorist In the city has had a try at and missed." Judgo. o Sermon In Industry. Nono preaches better than tho ant, and she says nothing. Franklin. u Man's Inevitable Goal. A good day's work at what you can best do Is tho hard-pan to which all jmust come. Far-Seeing Government. Bluejackets from tho ships of tho Australian squadrons are permitted to travel free on tho Now Zealand rail ways, as tho government considers that their talk of tho country when thoy return homo will attract Immi grants. n Discovered. "A ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 October 1906

'" 16 TRUTH . i I Your Meals When I You Want Them m That's one advantage of the Burlington's thro' service m to Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Omaha and other M points East. With a dining car in the train, there is no M such thing as twenty-minute dinners, eaten at certain M stati6ns regardless of whether or not you are ready. M There's nothing finer than Burlington dining cars and H "' nothing better than the meals served. H For details of this sirvloo apply to M IBm! R. F. NESLEN, General Agent, UlllllllllUnilll 79 W. Second South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. H The Local Merchant Advertisers H Is the best judge of advertising generally And people who buy things kkM , ., i i-i in the mot receptive mood in the m value of the various weekly papers Bnrroundlng8 of gomo and Famlly- B In this Olfcy. He pnta his money especially at evening, when there is H whero lb pays best The best paper leisure and inclination for reading; for him is the best paper for the experienced advertisers k...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

I 'J 1 1 1 1 i . . I , . . . - . H Vol. 6; No. 7 - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, OCT. 27, 1906. Prick 5 Cents A Very Dirty Campaign b. The political campaign now In mo- gress Is ono of tho dirtiest over wage;! " In 'Salt Lake. Criminations anil- re- ' criminations are made evory day In the organs of the various parties. To ' such an extent is this being practiced that the readers of tho newspapers are beginning to think that everybody who holds public office or ever did , hold office Is a scoundrel The sltua- tlon Is' so mixed up that it is almost an Impossibility to arrive at any defi nite conclusion rcgaiding it. k Tlioro is a decided disposition on the part' of th'oso who are opposed to the infamous rule of tho "American" par ' ty to'concenfrato thp'ir strength on the Republican ticket. It is also n fact that a large number of Gentile Repub licans who voted the "American" par j ty- ticket a year ago have oponly an nounced their disgust with tho party i of graft and have como back into th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

m 2 L-, TRUTH H,t. I thferewVcf-inovelitrEwb- form tho- H;! - "Bunlio j Steerers'T AlliaucpA with headquarter Ipf SSU ttauSCijy, ami its ;!taml-ft-catjjnuiis JCfieifcuao mo while' l3ols dQTvnj-JJiatJjvoijfJ) Sexteilil- ing .In "oty 'ctfmninnrty .where, ;"tho 'Ambrlcan' party and Its followers hav gained a. febUioliI.'"- AlnldBt tumultuouB applause from' tho'pthor members,' which" included besides tho secretary, Sorgoant Hrnnncl and3j Patrplman Dennis O'Rqurko, Miko SpfelenhoJmof,- tho temporary chairman 'took his seat. ' IiVja moment ""Ba'tl Eyo Miko" was on his feet, i'l moves to mako tho offer, unanormous."- Tho president was vexed'. "Mako a motion, make a YriOtion, Mike.' Iml a momenthoTjr.esidonWwas fouud in a corner. wiiHe Milio stood oveHhim, his fists still clinched and H hasj'hrm ready to hit again. "How's that, president?" ho inquir- cd. ,', Ttfo other part of tho meeting then H oxp lined to Miko that his motion H was) out of ordor, and tho president, H aitcjj spitting otif...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

TRUTH 3 I its great ledso. And It Is agreed by all the experts oh the ground that i properties are started toward develop- when the Arixlety and Copper Shoes ' ment, an event to take place within I the next ten days, the Kureka Creek ' South Extension, as the corporation being promoted for this purpose by I the L. M. Sullivan Trust company is known, will prove to tho satisfaction i a ot tho last pessimist that Grecnwater Is tho undoubted leader among all the copper districts of five continents. HOW AN ITALIAN WOMAN VIEWS THE AMERICAN WOMAN. i Tho American woman is queen In i her own county; she is more educated and reads more than the American man; sho shines in foreign drawing rooms and is a successful exotic; says Amy A. Bernardy In tho Nuova Antologla (Itomo). Miss Bernardy is professor of Italian at. Smith College in Northampton, Mass. This writer claims that she herself Is not llko many other foreigners who have wrlt- ten about America after a brief stay i in NeV, York or Chica...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

m TRUTH I , j .,. ; rr; C . I lii $$& IN THE SOCIAL REALM H H I'ursr-lji'ed. Dyri.vas tlio hqstcss ut H n'Jirfdge-. ,tWruesdax iJftenibon given i irpjhonorof :MFs7 ErC. Parsons, " H tS11'5- u Wt'fflta&mMilBV entertained , H Tijj'sday aftojjotyn, aVrbiJdse for Iior. siUer, Miss A. IJ Itnyiugm) oyudinn; I wR' my3- '' -' SI! ti Jrin'Tin ' o .' H Mr. anil Mnk Jlovt Sherman vill , g(jo up thefr fonrCJalJouef,Nov.wi,2, ' an with Mlfcffiam'l: M altthome at The Kenycm for a inunth fl bSiforo their departure for Wnshlog- tqa. D. C. v' V- ' : H ;i. .1. Knolllu of Chicago, who has' H niimy friends la Salt Lake, is a guest aCtho Kenyan. 5 -- H '.MiapsEilUh llofCinait'-hnd .Jtrs.JJen.fr H lo'y: 0f4X:hMifiw;tirlKB(uiSts AlV.Cawl H Mik ATI. lIoffinanS(; Third street. jKlr. and Mrs. Wayne HoinphFlPriav,S H returned fronithclr. weeding .trip. H ,Mr. ;n..l Mrs. Hubbard Heed left H Sunday focuivousteiu, trip.. ,3,-,. 1 Mr. and Mrs. F. E. McGurrin left H Sunday for a short trip to Los An-. H gu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

truth: ; I lHTKi NPPPQQARY PT Bl NlulOOHKI limSstfl For man we exhibit I SOLE AGENTS Qhirle tn flrrlnr SOLE AGENTS For Or. Dclmel Uuen 0111110 lU UlUcI Dr Jiieger Sanitary Wool Mesh Uni ei wear Undo we.ir. ..... BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO. TELEPHONE 193 - 2 Rings 166 MAIN STREET . he appears us ii candidate for the house of representatives. The grounds .Tor the attack are that Mr. Sleater Is a polygamtst and that It is very In- conrous lor the "American" party, (whose chler avowed principle Is op position to polygamy, to have a poly gamist on their ticket. This, of course, Is good campaign thunder for the op position to the "Americans," hut In ' the light of the facts It Is somewhat hard on Mr. Sleater personally. Those facts appear to be that Mr. Sleater thirty years ago entered Into the poly ,gamous relation, but that when the , war against polygamy was being hotly . , . waged many years ago Mr. Sleater ' gave his solemn promise to the court that In futuro he would obey the la...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

He H 6 TRUTH I gjfjAMUSEMENTSJUg H III Henry's famous minstrels hold H tho boards at the Salt Lake theatro H today. The HI Henry's, If you re-1 H member, have the Salt Lake record M for the longest engagement ever play- M ed In the town fifteen performances 1 to flattering business. Minstrels may M come and go, but the HI Henry's M seem destined to go on forever. M When the burnt cork mantle of mln- M Btrelsy slipped from the shoulders of fl Jack Haverly it fell Into HI Henry'-? M tambourine . M Salt Lake always was partial to M minstrel shows, and the bones and m tambos will, no doubt, receive a liat- fl j.oring welcome. H J J m It's hard enough to bo a prophet In M your own country as some of the lo- H cal prophets know but that Isn't a M marker to, being a humorist In your m own State. The name of the brilliant M Indlanlan, George Ado, is said to bo M still a thorn In the sides of tho cltl- H zens of Indianapolis. Editorials long M and vituperative, even now, are flung M at Ade's...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

anyone at this Juncture. Ample warn-J ing will bo given before the rise of the curtain In each act by trumpeters who will; sound a "Parsifal" motif in the lobby of the theatre. WAGNER INTERPRETED BY MI8S TOUT. For the first time in tho history of local musical effort a Ntah artist will : give an entire evening to tho works of wagner with the characters interpret . ed clad in native costume. But that Is what Nannie Tout, unquestionably tho first dramatic soprano of her peo ple, will do at tho Tabernacle on Mon day night, wits the assistance of Professors McClellan and Stephens, the organ, choir, and father and sis ters of tho singer, who within the next few weeks goes to Berlin to fill a long engagement at tho Opera Royal before her return to tho United States next year to tour this country under tho di rection of Manager Cort, following al- most exactly tho course covered last w year by Madam Calve. Miss Tout is to All her engagement in the east as Mile. Telores, the title that was ...

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