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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

I Vol. 4; No. 27. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 18, 1905. Pricis 5 Cknts II H V&BBB . I Should Grant the Newhouse Franchise Samuel Newhouso's application for a I franchise to Install and operate an I electric light and power plant In Salt I Lako City is before the city council. H The terms of the proposed franchlso H scorn very fair and reasonable. The H prices for light and power proposed to H be charged by Mr. Newhouse aro much H less than the people have to pay now I to tllG utan L,Bnt and Railway Co. IB Competition Is a very good thing. IB There Is no reason why wo should not IB havo competing electric companies IB Just the same as wo havo competing IB telephones companies, competing dry IB goods stores, grocery stores and so lfl forth. A reduction of even 25 per cent IS on their light bills would bo a boon to H tho storekeepers and others who use BJ a great deal of light and it would be a consideration also for families and BJ individuals. Mr. Newhouse, as every Bj body knows...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

Pr ! 2 TRUTH, I ; i , i , Smurthwalto may bollovo President H ' Smith inspired, or contra, jtmt as ho H ' t J thinks, and wo will not question tho H "" right of tho church to discipline him H ,' 4 for his holiof, or the lack of it. That B i ' . if is a problem tho church alono has H ' j - tho right to solvo. But wo again rc- H 4 peat that to tlireatcn a man's business Hi unless ho sits supine and permits tho H - f i l church to monopolize the commercial H " i , . affairs of tho community is a matter H f ? that cannot pass unheeded by any one; Hi j '5 that every one Is directly interested. H ',' Truth believes In tho teach- H ' ' f lngs of tho Nazarcno. It believes in H f ' ', tho policy Ho followed when No en- H , , 1 f tcred tho tcmplo and scourged tho H money changers and overthrow tho H. scats of them that sold doves; it bo- H - 1 ) llovcs that church work and commcr- HJ ' r ciailsm havo nothing in common; that H ' man, much less a church, cannot sorvo H. 's, God and Mammon at th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

TRUTH. 3 I HiHllfllllllililililililililfl ft H iiiIiiiiiiiiiiI HHP t ' a9ill H. LEO. MARSHALL, '08, Secy "Burt. Bellaby" 1m jHprPPIKSH&Hj Hi' SHR?'- ".at -MHH Hr-": vHt , ,.' .a1 HHHI Bis j fWK'y ' IIH " ' JACK HUME, '08 '.' :t" Major Hedway" JRk 3rR aTAl JK NH MISS DOB ELLERBECK, '08 "Nelly Colt" University Dramatic Club IN CHRISTOPHER JUNIOR Wed- and Thurs., Marsh 22-23 Invitation to Friendship. Join hands with me nnd let us ro Adown the years whero friendships crow Join hands, and let my heart dlvliio ' Tho Bweetness that Inhabits thine. ?&JfiihLfflei,ds my "-lends will be. Brine all of them along with thee. When Nerves Are Distressed. That sinking sensation Is diiG to tho effects of Indigestion, grief or :'ervous depression from some cause or othor acting upon the large, sympathetic nerves. Stimulants should ho avoid ed, and great care exorcised ns to diet n Trees In Iceland. Iceland seems to ho hardly as des titute of trees as some suppose, an old Idea being that It pos...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

WT A TRUTH. , . ' IN THE SOCIAL REALM. , ) Dr. A. D. Molvln left Monday for a H "e iih, trip to Seattle. H : Mr. and Mrs. Royal W. Dayncs are H ' ' i now at homo at ICG J street. r if' H " ; ,s Mrs. T. W. Whltcly entertained at H ,- J n luncheon at her homo Friday. . i Mrs. James White, formerly of Park J f J T Clly, is located at 3111 First street. i .. j , V Mrs. Hornbucklo of Bingham, Is the ' j guest of Mrs. J. W. DoFord for a short H ,); I lino. . li t 'it Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ives are homo H t " from a visit of two months In the Hi i east. m . s H ' Mrs. F. 13. Straup of Bingham, Is H' t visiting friends In the city for a few days. H -(, ' Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Dull aro in San J ' Francisco and will sail today for Hon- - olulu. H' I 4 J: ,i) , ; ; j, Mrs. Frank Morrow of Fort Doug- BJ, , ! ,' ' bis entertained Monday afternoon at U t ' ?' bridge. r .... r ', t o o PJ , , J Miss Itachel Edwards has moved BJ' and is now at homo at 14 Second East BJ ' street. I, Mrs. J. E. Bamhcrgor l...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

I tru t h . 5 f CEMENT WORK J A. G. GIAUQUE I 448 W. Sixth South - - - - Phone 548 Bell &W Salt Lake City, Utah. Residence Phone 1675k--Bell II mIhobI WE HAVE MOVED I TO 25-27 East First South. Daynes & Romney IPIANO CO. I 8000 I TELEPHONES IN SALT LAKE CITY. They are all installed. They are all in the Directory Exgept those installed since Feb. 1st. Count your Directory when you have a half hour to spare and make sure you are getting1 all the solicitors promised you YOUNG BROS. CO. 23 WEST lit SOVTH. Are telling tho latott Improved Sewing Machine, full ft of at tachment, flvo-yoarf wmwUi, for $17.60. A full lino of Mojiooy Organi and Mutlcal Merohandloo. Wo will meet any prloo glvon by any other Mutlo Houoo. Wo f tho oldeet Mutlo Homo In tho olty. Como and too ui In our now otoro, tho flnoit In our lino In tho otato. BOTH PHONES. Advertise in TRUTH. When Going; East Try the Illinois Central R. R. THE SHORT LINE TO Minneapolis and St. Paul Unexcelled hctvIoo to those points,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

I?"" ! a tRUfH. I II : J I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NOTES. Leonard E. Shoomakor loft tlia city 1 i Vhursdny for southorn California. ; I i t t i Miss Itllla Snydor ontcrtlancd at a , ft. Patrick's day card party Friday , " ' evening. 1 r & & iM Mr. and Mrs, Isadoro Mayor havo '( r i iovod and aro now at liomo at 234 Third East street. . , . & & I , '.' Wnrren Mangum left Thursday for California, whore ho expects to spend , t , tho next two years. . i tf J i Mrs. L. H. Hlnclunan of Indlanapo- 1 1 . '.Is Is In tho city, tho guest of her ' , . daughter, Mrs. Samuol V. Ham. ... 41 J ' Mr. and Mrs. Georgo P. Holman aro j spending a few wcoks on tho golf .t ' t , links at Hotel Del Monto, in Monto- i ioy. " '' Mrs. E. T. Ilnrvoy nnd Mrs. C. J. :" ' achultzo entertained tho GOO Card , ) , (luh at tho homo of tho former Frl- i ' day, afternoon. Inffik i i ' Mr- aml Mrs s F- Fonton navc pk2"L " ','ono for a visit to California, In tho IjlM )' ,, " iopo of benefitting tho health of M...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

TRUT H . 7 II rTTTpnUS IDEA OF CHRISTIAN ERRNSC?ENCE CORRECTED. Salt Lalie City, March 17, 1905. Fdltor Truth: Will you kindly give place to the following lines of explanation: In our issue of March 4th, 1905, I notice a few lines that convoy to your read ers quite an erroneous idea of Chris tian Science and of our way oi work IM : Your informant is not well versed n the teachings of Christian Science ,nd I am sure you will gladly correct wrong impressions, as the facts are always best for every one concerned. Your paper stated that our churcn held a meeting on Wednesday ovon- n" for the purpose of giving the com mftteo and members- of tho houso -Absent treatment." Permit mo to say that no such meeting was over held and no efi'ort In any way what ever was made by tho Scientists to treat the committee or house, for wo never work in that way. All such ef forts to work upon Individuals to In fluence them In that way belong to ! hypnotism, and has no part In Chris tian Science. Your pap...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

'" I 8 TROTH. fl m trutm IIBk lean od Weekly by fl h Truth Publlahlnu Company. fl I Western Nowsnipor Union Ilulldlnir, 241 South West Teluplo Street, WBv I ' Salt Lake City. H ' !- John W. Huflhs,Edttor andManagr DHk I V Knterod Juno 10, 100.), at Salt Lalw City, Utah L ,11 nil second-class mattor midor aot of Loiiffrotn IK I j of March 3, 1879' H, J !" Terms of Subscription. HF Si,, ONK YKAK iln nilvanoo) $2.00 0, , (if' K1X MONTHS (In advnnco) 1.00 J J' THItKK MONTHS (In advance) 7S BBi ','? " BBS ''' PostniastorssoiidliiBsubscrlptloristoTKUTH fj ij'"! may rotaiu2.1 por cent of subsor.ptioii price HVj ,j ' as commission. B' , ! If the paper Is not doslrod beyond tho date HB t i Biibiorlbml for, tho publication should be Bjf , , notified by lottortwo weeksormoro before Hip f' tho torm oxplres. BB1 Iff " ' Htj ' Discontinuances. Bs Kemember thut tho publisher must be not- HI ' J lied by letter when a subsorllior wishes bis MH papsr stopped; all arreurs must be paid In W , hill. Hss...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

- li th 9 n II CHATTER. ll Hieing tho personal opinions of tho til. II writer and for which no one olso II is in any manner responsible.) Was I During my varied and somewhat ntle 9 checkered career I have made tho ac- nuaintance of a groat many men and an' a creat many dog3, and after duo ro- flection and consideration have ar up I rived at the conclusion that I hart I rather trust most dogs than most men. M 9 Tako the dog by and largo and he is more faithful in his friendships than '"d- 9J the man. Bo a man ever so close to you there will come a tlmo when he ""' I will see an opportunity awaiting and B he seldom falls to take advantage of it. We I while tho dog Is always on tho square. H Now when I began th'r I did not in- H tend Indulging In an', homilies; what 'oi' 91 was intended was a tribute to dogs In H general and ono or two dogs In par- on H tlcular. an' 1 Gibson, the man whoso business of IH dealing in stocks camo near being 'a1 abolished by tho late legislature, once H ow...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

10 TRU TH. I A WONDER 1JU THE AGE'S GREATEST INVENTION HARDLY SEEMS POSSIBLE. I It Is conceded on ovory point that 1 tlio nineteenth contury brought out moro Inventions of world's Interest hh I H tlinn any ago previous to that time. HI jn It Is Impossible to conceive of any II one thing that has caused morel nves- I tlgatlon on tho part of t;.o public Hj I jfij than has the wonderful Victor Talkln HJ Machino. J if B To think of a machino reproducing H f R tho songs of Melba, Carusp, Scmbricn Hj I or any or tho world's artists, or HI ! Sousa's band. Docs it not seem mar- HJ j ' velnus? It Is, however, a fact. HJ Mine. Melba, on hearing tho ropro- HJ ductlon of a song that sho had sung HJ i remarked that it Is now posslblo lor HK ' her to hear her own volco perfectly Hjf somothlng she had never boon able to H I do before. HJj !j It Is (in I to Imposslblo for you to con- HB colvo of tho pleasure and satisfaction H , of one of these instruments without Hjf , ; hearing them. HJt ; 1 Wo h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

" 11 ,nin drama, "The Silver King." N Se n? has been very success- II I , ,,t nn the road, but. is glad to get I to 0.C Utahna, which, after all, 11 g "home". 1 The ninth annuat performance of ., iinlvorsity Dramatic club will bo I Liven it the Salt Lake theater on Kiesdny and Thursday evenings, I Marc. 22 and 23. This year the play fs l hristopher, Jr.," ono of the best comedy dramas known. It was written I Z Madeline Lucetto Ryloy and had a creat run in the larger cities of the Pist when John Drew, Maude Adams M and Ethel Barrymore were the prlnci- I PaTho cast Is stronger than over this year inasmuch as the interest o! the H students has been keener than liere H toforo, many moro having applied for H parts. With more material to select H from, it is reasonable to expect a good B The play is full of clover speeches, H and has a well defined plot which, with H Its entanglements is well worked out. f it is capablo of producing a hearty laugh, not the roaring farco kind, but is comed...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

,r ' 12 TRU TH. T I UNIVERSITY NOTES. , On Tuesday last, Mr. John P. Mca- 'P dn addressed the students of the Unl N vcrsity of Utah during chapel hour. jr Mr. Meakln's talk was both Instructive '? and entertaining. For nearly an hour , j r i his auditors listened as ho gave them j j most encouraging advice interspersed trll with many beautiful verses of his own ''jiff composition that woro Illustrative of ''I L tho instructive points ho desired to 'jh bring boforo their minds.. Ho said: I H "Truo happiness consists in making i h others happy. Tho broad, full, kind, I j puro llfo is tho basis of truo success 1 rB success that makes man enjoy nature, I1?! tho beauties of tho mountains and tho l''jil valloys, of tho meadows and tho sing ,J ing of tho birds; that makes man hap , V, py and full of life, ready and able to 1 lit diffuse cheerfulness and kindness I ill through tho world, whilo ono Is gain i A ing tho greatest In llfo for himself. I j jH Ho warned tho students against tho ' ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

I TRUTM fl if Lawyer's Directory. II For handy reference, Truth prints II tho list of Salt Lake's practicing II lawyers, with their addresses. If any 1 ames are omitted, or If there are any nrrors In the list, corrections and ad- Jjitions will bo made on receipt of notl I ficatlon. I Adams Thos 720 McCorniclc Block. Anderson, J. H.-58 Hooper Block. I Anderson T. J.-68 Hooper Block. Armstrong, S. P.-123 Com'l. Bloc? (EI I fiSXiF&F0 M S & Bieror-103 S. Main. Ivet H Bird, W. II. 100 Scott-Strevell Bldg. --! Booth, Lee & Ritchie BOO Auerbach. H nnswell Wm. 401 McCornlck Block. Ces H Botkln Theo. 163 Keith Building. H Bowdle, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker. HI Boyd, C. W. C04 McCornlck Block. H Bradley & Rischel 300 Atlas Block. H Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. M Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block. Breeden & White 311 D. F. Walker. I Brothers, M. R. 69 Com'l. Block. I Brown, Arthur 212 S. Main. I Brown, II. C 516 Progress Bldg. I Browne, T. E. 26...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

rf ! 14 TRUTH- 1 i ! Commonclng at a point 00 rods and j .ti 5 12 and 08-100 fcot cast and 200 south Lwi of the northwest corner of the south HUll, half of tho northeast quarter of Sec- HH i')f, lion G, Township 3, south of Range BHh j' 1, east, Salt Lako meridian, running HH ffel thenco cast 200 feet, thenco south 97 HHB k! feet, thenco west 200 feet, thence NHS R, north 07 feet, to placo of beginning. KHB ' Bids to bo received In writing by DHK Hi tho undersigned at No. 2975 Third MH, 'V East, and Thirteenth South St., Salt HHf "' Lnko clty utnh on th0 :i0th day of HHH 1. ' March, 1005, between tho hours of 9 HHY ,'i o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., of H1 iff' t,mt cmy Tcrms of sa,o: Wl" bo EOl(1 HBr J gj to tho hlghost bidder for cash, subject HH, il'S to confirmation by said probate court. Mi i DORA S. KIMBALL, IflV f ..Uminlstrntrix of tho Estnto of HHe f Frederick Sorcnscn, deceased. HHw ni C. M. Nielsen, Attorney for Estate. HE j, f C. M. NIELSEN, Attorney. HHnl ', I Consti...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

fi T R II htt-t 15 ''I ,b f I rinal and Interest, and have requested I f A ma to sell the premises In said deed t IK described in nccordanco with the pro i III visions therein and for the purposes e IV therein specified. Now therefore on D' 1 1 Saturday, the 18th day of March, A. D. ' IB 1905 at tho west front door of tho et' IB ritv' and County building (court md B hnuse). in tho City and County of Salt rtft I Lake in the State of Utah, at ton 7?" B o'clock in the forenoon of said day, I '' B hflll sell to tho highest and best bid '9) B der for cash, all tho right, titlo and ' B Interest which the said Poter Frans- I den and Tine Fransden, his wife, or ' B either of them, had on tho 23rd day ;n- 0 November, 1903, In and to tho fol en B lowing described real estate and water l' B stock sltuato In Emery county, State )' H of Utah, to-wlt: Lot ono (1), In block ') B twenty-seven (27), Castledale town id H BitC an(i also the north half of the l), H northwest quarter of Section twenty ,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 March 1905

16 TRUTH. fl f I BBS I I Via Ghicago Via St. Louis I To Eastern Points 1 I Either way you prefer, the Burling-ton can i J I rive you a service unexcelled by any other I I lines. Its Standard sleeping cars leavingSalt I Lake City every day, go thro1 to Chicago on , I I time saving schedulesjconnecting at Denver I I with the Burlington's own thro1 trains to I I Omaha, and to St. Joseph, Kansas City and , : I I St. L)uis. In both Chicago and St. Louis I there is very convenient connection with ''' II principal trains forthe farther EastorSouth i 11 R. F. NESLEN, General Agent ' II 79 West Second South St., II Salt Lake City t The Local Merchant Advertisers Ji t , i,,af iiwirrn f iwl vi-rhlfitnL' gonorally find people who buy thing ! I lB th0 bo8fc Jud,B0 of vcrU8ln fn the mob recoptivo mood in tlto ; valuo of the various weekly papors BUrroundings of Homo and Family 'i A in this Oity. Ho puts his monoy especially at evening, when theroia f where it payH best.-Tho best papor lolsuro and...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

h 1 5 am Vol. 4; No. 28. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 25, 1905. PricbSCisnts , i,a I municipal politics I Jam B H Tho boom of Councilman T. It. p m flj niack for the Republican nomination If for mayor received qulto an lmpctu3 ' P HI H within the past ten days, so much so H that at this time Mr. Black Is far ahead rtcii" E of all others who havo been mentioned ttloioi H for tho nomination. The Republican H realize that It Is very very Important Hi for tholr success to nominate a ticket w H that will unite all factions of the party HJ and appeal especially to the moderate HJ members of tho "American" party. Mr. H Black to lead the ticket, It la believed, RE, n would meet those requirements in a Aent H high degree. Ho prides himself on be- V lng a consistent RopuDlIcan and It 13 known that ho stuck close to tno party jH last autumn when so muny Ropub H llcans deserted and went over to tho H "Americans." That tho "Americans" Hjj nro afraid of him is demonstrated by H tho fact that a num...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

IfiV" ! 2 TRUTH, I I ,- ( liiht, tho trust would rum him. Mr. H 'i Kn.urthwnlto also stated that Prcsl- li' i i'i t Smith denied In to to that Iio ever , nil lo such a threat. It Is a question of H ,': jg oaclty between Smurthwnlto and ;, If Smith. It Is, howovor, n fact that I M . P "'"' urthwalto obtained his Intcrost In H ,'- l' ' ' J FMno salt beds from tho cstato of H "f - i John Beck when Beck's affairs wero I tt ' ,t-, 'n bankruptcy; that Smurthwalte nov H ;', IE j rr showed any disposition to go Into H ,' "j ; tie business In a bona fldo manner, I f ' t r ! lib attempted to dispose of his hold H if-i f i In s to tho Crystal fcsaic company at H " s a very high flguro ana uecamo dls H phased because tho company, which H - I , M Ik controlled by Colonel Clayton and H ' , Ms friends, and not by cithor tho H f , F church or President Smith, would not Hj i . nsreo to his torniH. Ht . l The Sears & Jcromy company aro Hj - ' ' 11. j orlglnnl salt manufacturers In this H f ' prrt...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

Fl "TlTsCHOOLS VS. PUBLIC PRIV SCHOOLS. ,, ,a Arncazine for April has a WerostJ. Slo headed, "Is the "I'1,? School a Factor of Growing rlvpr In the Educational World V" In lul article which follows, tho question h.n we ed In the afflrmative: 1S.?, The year 1903, according to the .". 0 0f the bureau of education, Si were 1.003.87G pupils In our prl l,n schools Tills fact alone is a suf ent indication of the Importance of ihi nrivato school as an institution. ho claim is sometimes made that .ho nrivato school Is undemocratic In f, tendencies, that it creates caste feeling, and hence has no right to ex ut On the other hand, many parents deplore certain real or imaginary ten dencies In the public schools. 'With tho idea of investigating the milter from the view-point of tho pri "alo school, the publishers of Scrib ner's Magazine have sent out over 400 personal letters to tho principals of such schools, each lutter accompanied l,v a card hearing tho questions below I with the request tha...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 March 1905

4 TRUTH, I ' IN THE SOCIAL REALM. BL ijljktj Mrs. B. M. Cawthorno lias roturncd BBi i Wa from New York. Bfl' , ffi Mrs. Rltcr is planning a trip to BM li If Europo this summer. B 'iffl BJf. (i K Mrs. John D. Spencer ontortalncil Bfij! f B tho Sowing club Wednesday. ,ll At At BK J II Mrs. Joseph II. Young and Mrs. II. BE , ; W. Lawrence are In Donvor. II '; m jx At BV J B Miss Loulso Fcory of Ogdcn, is In BB i Kj the city, tho guost of friends. Bfl s H Mr. and Mrs. S. I). Evans entor- BB 'pi tallied nt cards Friday night. B Mrs. V. II. -Child "nas discontinued Bfl i ,' her Tuesdays at homo for awhile. BK i Mrs. 13. V. Sliver entertained a par- BB j (y of friends at her homo Tuesday. B ' ' ig st At Bfl '! "J . Mrs. Frank Kohorls entertained tho H tjl Sowing club nt her homo Wednesday. ' , l At At Bfl ;. Mrs. George Sutherland has re- Bfl i turn oil from her trip to Washington, BK )i d. c. BM ' j jx At Bfl Tho High School cauets gnvo a BB -! f danco nt Christensens hail Friday BB " 'I ...

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