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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 November 1906

I 4 ';TMH ' 1 H l ' " - ... . .m ilm. -'t I I ggsg IN THE SOCIAL REALlf'f ' H Mrs. nonncr X. Smith entortnlned H a fow friends at luncheon Thursday H for Mrs. W. T. DInwoodoy. M Tho younger set of girls and boys fl gave a sKating party Friday evening ; In compliment to Miss Eliza Doy, who M' won .the prize for tho most graceful ' skater nt tho Wasatch rink Saturday M ovcnlng. m Mrs. Thomas Shearman of Washing- H ton, who has been visiting her nephew, B Harry Shearman, left Tuesday ovcnlng H for Los Angeles. J & H Mrs. Henry J. Hicks of Indianapolis, Hj is in tho city the guest of her sister, j Mrs. John J. Broughnli, at tho Fifth j East hotel. V Ilcv. and Mrs. G. W. Bull aro at M home at the Fifth East hotel. Hk Mrs. 11. .1. Schultz entortined Wed- H nesdny at a luncheon in honor of her H sister, Mrs. R. II. Freeman. H A reception and dance was given H Friday evening by Dr. and Mrs. E. S. H Wright and Mr. and Mrs. George W. H Heed nt Chrlstenscn's new hall. M wt . H Mrs. C. O. E...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 November 1906

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 November 1906

I 6 T-PTTfTT I HHAMUSEMENTSHg lj Salt I.ako theatre Maxlne Elliott H, in "Ilor Great Match," matlneo today, H performance tonight. H- Orplictini High class vaudeville, ( matinco today, performance tonight. H Lyric theatre "Falsely Accused," Hi matinee today, performance tonight. ' M Coming Attarctlons. fl Salt Lake theatre I.ouis James in M "Merry Wives of Windsor," Novem- her 2G-2S; "Heir to the Horrah." H Lyric "Not Guilty," ono week be- 1 ginning November 2Gth. H H And now conies the ravishing Ori- HJ entlal hcauly or Maxlne Elliott winn- W ing n iuatrlinoulal prince-cup In "Her Great Match." Clyde Fitch,, the au- ' thor of tho play, seems determined on Jj giving Miss Klliott nn over supply of H stepmother. Last season in tho Fitch J rlny "Ilor Own Way" Miss Elliott H you remember, was tied to the apror H strings of a mother-in-law. In "Ho H, Great Match" tho mother-in-law reap H pears in a thunder cloud of melodra B ma. As n villain she is nn out-and J outer and would electriry ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 November 1906

"BR;TlTTH 7 : The Lyric this week has a play billed "for tho masses." It is so far ahead of last week's bill that com parisons are out of the question. They play shows evidence of caretul stage management and runs so smoothly as to win favorable comment from all parts of the house. Fred Moore, Eu gene Frazior and Miss Ethel Roberts are thoroughly at homo in their sev eral roles and show caretul study in the delivery of their lines. "Falsely Accused" is one of tho best comedy ' draniaB yet seen at tho Lyric. The play has been chosen to please vary ing tastes, and, judging from the fre quent applause, every patron of the ' Lyric feels that he is receiving the worth of his money. The lirst of tho Lyric souvenir mati nees was given last Wednesday. Each lady In attendance receiving a pretty little keepsake and a bag or candy I te will be given to each of the little ones "Falsely Accussed" will bo repeated today and tonight. Beginning tomorrow night and run ning through the week, "Not Gui...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 November 1906

r I 8 TRUTH I TRUTH HJ Inued Weekly by HJ Truth Publishing Company. M 32 Eagle Block, Salt Lake City. J Salt Luke City Hi John W. Hughea, Editor andManagar Hi H ' Entered June 19, 190:), at Salt Lake City, Utah rTM at spoond-class matter undar aot of Consresi HJ of March . 1879- HJ Terms of Subscription. - ' "J Hjl ONE YKU In advance) $2.00 HI SIX MONTHS (In uiivunce) 1.00 HI THREE MONTHS (In ailvuncel 75 HJ Postmasters snudliiffsubscrlptlons to TRUTH 1 , may retain 2.1 per cent of ubiorlptlou prloe j at comminion. W If the paper la not dnnlrnd beyond the date HR subscribed for, the publication should be l uotlUed by lottor two weeks or more before M the term expires. H Discontinuances. Remembor that the publisher must be notl- H 11 od by letter when a subscriber wishes his MB paper stopped; ull arreurs must be paid In B Requests of subscribers to have their paper H mulled to a new address, to secure atten- H tlon, must inoutlou former as well as pros- H eut addroas. HJ' Address all...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 November 1906

TRUTH f M WHAT YOUR CHILD SHOULD KNOW. I tliink llio (list condition of a. good education Is that the child should UnoV--tlntrhll he uses clous not fall I mm heaven ready-made, but is pro- duced by other people's labor. To ui'derstnnd that all lfe lives on conies fiom the labor of other people wl0 neither know nor love lilm, Is, 190 1 much for a child (God grant liQ'ma V indorstand It when ho 'Is -grown up); I but to understand that the boots aid iralcslioB he always puts oiiClqan. are I, cleaned In the same - way ;iiot out ot ' love for him, but for some other ren son quite unintelligible , to ,hlm If something be cdh and should under stand, and of which ho sHonld be ashamed. If bo Is not ashamed and II he continues to use theny'that Is the very worst commencement of an edu cation and leaves the deepest traces for tho wholo life. To '.avoid that, how over, Is very simple, .and is Just wbar (to use poetic language), standing on tho threshold of tho grave, I beseech you to do for you...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 November 1906

mm I 10 TRUTH I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL H I Mrs. J. U Rains, of New York en- H ' tertalned n party of her friends at the H Knutsford Thursday afternoon. Among H 1 those present were: Mrs. W. B. H LIchtenstoln, Mrs. Sam Bonkofsky, H i Mrs. A. J. Davis, all of Salt Lake, H Mrs. M. DeMelz of New York and H i Mrs. Maurice Sumerflcld, of Seattle, M Wash. H Mrs. W. B. Mundy and son William H loft Wednesday night for Las Vegas, H Nevada, where Mr. Mundy has charge H of tho Western Union Telegraph H oce, and where they will mnko their H future home. M H) Miss Emma Dougall will entertain Hl aweck end party from Friday until Sunday at her home in Springvllle, j tho guests being Gnmmn Phi Sorority H' of- the "University. H Mrs. A. M. Howard has returned H. from Nelson, British Columbia, where m she has been visiting her sister for the M past two weeks. M M Miss Clara Hall, daughter of L. E. H Hnli, left ThursWay foe California, M where sho will spend tho winter with M friends. H 0 3 B Dr. E. V. VIke...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 November 1906

TRUTH 11 11 MORE LAW AMD LOGIC. Editor Truth. In your Inst Issue ap peared an article from the under signed whlcli, on inspection nftor it liad run the gauntlet . or the types, was found to contain two or three syn tactical slips. It was, as you arc I aware, thrown together in less than half nn hour when the forms wore ready nnd there wns no time for re vision. A friend whom I met on the street n dny or two ago spoke about the article nnd sild it was not what It ought to he. This was not surpris ing, but the succeeding statement was. It being to the effect that" the composi tion lacked the element of dignity! Now. wouldn't that bust your suspen ders? It calls up an Incident In the career of that greatest and most abusd of American journalists. Hor a ace Greeley. In his paper, the New York Tribune, he occasionally da'' with pn'i'lc men. especially pollll c'n"s with n merciless band, and on" .of this rlns who bad b"en roasted tn a turn rushed Into Greeley's workshn (inn d-iy In a fren...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 November 1906

I m 12 truth: s M "What IsworlKdolnrt H ' Is worth dolnr! well." H t - 36? F. W. Gardiner Co. i H ! H Printers H Binders Hi H 216 S. W. Temple St. V Phones: 249 M Show n.nd Coininorclo.1 1 Printing b. Spoclalty. , I R. L. POLK & CO. H W. P. COOPER, SCCTV t Man H' DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS. H City Directories. State Gazetteers, Blue B, Books, National Trade H1 Directories. H 617-620 Dooly BIdg. Bell Tel. 39. SALT LAKE CITY. H Branches at Ogden, Boise, Pueblo, Col- H orado Springs and Cheyenne. m. TRUTH la a legal journal. Send In H your Mining Notices, Assessment No M tlces, and Delinquent Notices. TRUTH 1 OFFICE, 241 South West Temple. H DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD H CUKUENT TIMi; TAD LIS, M In Effect June 3, 1000. M LEAVE SALT SAKE CITY. H No. 10 For Heber, Provo H and Mnrysvale ... 8i00n.ni. H Jo. 112 For Bingham SilOu.m. M o. 102 For Park City 8ilSu.ni. H No. 6 For Denver and East HiBO a.m. H No. 13 For Ogden UiOJp.m. H No. 19 For Ogden 8U0n.ni. H No. 20 For Denver and the H ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 November 1906

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 November 1906

I 14 TRUTH " H Iho seal thereof affixed thlB Oth day of H November, A. D. 1900. J. U. ELDREDGE, 'JR., (Seal) Clerk. M By W. H. Farnsworth, Deputy Clerk. H C. M. Nielsen, 1 Attorney for Petitioner. H ' DANIEL HARRINGTON, M , Attorney, ATLAS BLOCK. H NOTICE. Hf H In the District Court, Probate Di- M vision, in and for Salt Lake County, H State or Utah. H In-the matter of tho estato of Eliza H B. Crane, dcaccsd. Notice. 1 Tho petition of John T. Crane H; praying for the issuance to hlnf- Hj self of l.ottors of Admlnistra- J tion in tho cstato or Eliza B. H Crane, deacescd, has been sot for liear- H lng on Saturday, tho 1st day of Do- M ccmbcr, A. D. 190G at 10 o'clock A. M. H l at tho County Court house, in the H court room of said court, In Salt Lake , City. Salt I akc County, Utah. H: Witness tho clerk of said court with H the seal thorcof afllxed, this 13th day B or November, A. D. 190G. J. U. ELDREDGE, JR., H (Seal.) Clerk. H By W. H. Farnsworth, Deputy Clerk. H Daniel Harrington, ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 November 1906

sa5saM TRUTH !i I WILL PASS DOWN IN HISTORY. The bill at tho Orpheum will pass , down to history as being one of the best of tho season. The fact that It contains In reality three headllners will come doubly welcome after this . week's offering. Tho stellar attraction comes in tho form of a big European act, the Six Glinserettis, half a dozen i men who claim on their advance bill ing the title of "The Most Marvelous j of All Acrobats." It will be generally conceded that they will have to go some to beat tho Four Bards of two weeks ago. Of their work tho Los Angeles Express last week said, 'They ' are among the best in their line which have ever been seen," and Los An- which bears the title of "His Day Off." The plot is not hard to guess, but the presentation of it, that's the rub. The dear old public likes to bo mys tified so it will bo up to tho chronic vaudeville goers to figure out just how Sears presents the series of illusions which have made his name. Searb will bo assisted in...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 November 1906

K IirtrJ)ri9lfT baA - x ' W I Eastern Excursions for All I Qne Fareius $2.00. for the Round Trip ' I to All Points in W. P. A. Territory I Tickets on Sale Nov. 20 and Dec. 18 i - f Salt Lnko, Ogden and all R. G. VV. main lino'pqints .'to Hj Omaha, Council BluuV,- Kivnpha '.Oity ,'Lrfavonworlli," H St. Joseph arid AtchlHon and.rqthr'ii'. '.... '.' ,.'.. :i2"00 H; Sam points to Ohicagaandeforn.xjv'-.''-."'". '..T. ""... 'tt. 50 " HL Snme points to Sti.Louis and retuh:,s.r..... i...';i0.50 1 Same points to St. Paul. Mlnrieapolls'iirid return ........... 4lll)0 f! ; Ji$ ''" "'.-. I Correspondingly low ratos, to hundreds qt other o.iBtorn points! Tickets j good returning sixty daysfrdm.date-.ot sale-ahd'stop'overs allowed at 'and ' wt of Missouri River ton days goiug oipij-up to final limit of tickets 1m" returning. -?- sa'V, I Through Pullman and Tourist Sleepeife'oonnection with the Denver & Itlo GranUeorl1ulor.ido Midi rid. . - Ov '"."" 'V-!.',. Hi For furthor Information and, sle...

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

i '& I l' Vol. 6; No 18n. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, DEC. 1,. 1906. Price 5 Cksts School Election Wednesday The nominations for the board of ed ucation have been made and the elec tlon will take place on Wednesday next. The Third precinct was the last to come up, the non-partisans nom lnatln; . W. J. Newman to succeed himself on the board of which he has been an efficient member for a num ber of years. The full citizens' or non-partisan ticket is as follows: First precinct Byron Cummlngs. Seco"hd M. J. Cheesman. Third W. J. Newman. Fourth James T. Hammond. Fifth H. P. Henderson. It looks to us at this time as If the non-partleans would elect their entire ticket. .There will be a dirty fight put up by tlio amerikearns party against Byron Cummlngs in the First precinct, but wo think Mr. Cummlngs will win. Ho certainly should be elected, In view of his past services on the board If for no other reason. He has been a .most efficient member, fair and with out prejudice. Mr. Cheesman ought...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 December 1906

1 2 TRUTH I GROWTH OF THE ONE-MAN POWER. H By history's strange Irony monarch- H les flourish best In democratic envlr- H onment, and democratic governments H . are coming more and nioro under tho H Influence of this one-man power. Tho H divinity that doth hedge- a king was H never so real as It is today, says Mr. H Edward Dicey In Tho Empire Review H (London). Ho writes apropos ot H King Edward's recent visit to Fried- H rlchshof, and expresses his opinion H that "the belief in the early disappear- H anco of monarchies and tho reduction H of monarchs to a subordinate position H has been absolutely falsified by tho events of the last half-century." He enlarges upon this point as follows: "The politicians of tho Bright and H Cobden era wcro right in supposing H that beforo tno nineteenth century had H passed away tho democracy would H have come to tho front; they wore H wrong In assuming that tho domocra H cy would necessarily becomo more H and more enamored of parliamentary H instit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 December 1906

TRUTH 3 I 1 ' ' " A FEW RELIGIOUS FALACIES COR RECTED. "W. H. -Capwell, owner and solo proprietor of the Dallas Post, Pennsylvania, la a man of more than ordinary ahlllty, discrimina tion and integrity, and when he talks, he knows whereof ho speaks: Mr. ? Capwell Is a trustee of the First Meth odist church of Dallas, Pa. Tho follow ing correspondence In the Post, Is of . Interest to every one In Utah: Mr. W. H. Capwell, Dear Sir: I noticed In the Wilkes Harro papeis that your friends, V. S. Peet, of Salt Lake, was arrested for disturbing' the meeting when Dr. T. C. Illff lectured In the Central church In Wllkes-Darre a few weeks ago, and I wrlto to ask you to explain If Mr. Peet Is a Mormon and did ho have two of his wives with him as reported. An early answer will oblige. I believe you will tell" me tho truth. Yours Sincerely, Mrs.. Reply. We publjsh this letter that wo may havo a chance to correct some reports that have' been circulated about Mr. Peet. In tho first place that repo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 December 1906

4 TRUTH I I W& IN THE SOCIAL REALM US M Mr. and Mrs. Hobcr M. Wells enter M tertalned at a buffet supper In corn el pllment to Mrs. W. T. Dlnwoodoy of fl Napa, and her sister, Mrs. A. E. Kin M dlcsplrc. About u score were present. M Tho hostess was assisted by Mrs. 13. M A. Tripp. Mrs. Lear Ritor and Mrs. William Reld. H The ladles of the First Methodist M Episcopal church gave an afternoon M to their friends Tuesday. Mrs. Char- M les G. Plunimor spoke on "My Trip to 1 Alaska," Illustrating her talk with nu- M nicrous souvenirs of her stay in the B northwest, and Miss Agatha Berkhoel M sang a number of song. M The Cleofnn met Tuesday afternoon with ' Mrs. Thomas Sloan at 180 G M street. Mrs. Charles Wells read a pa H per on "Medlavlal Art." M Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Calno entertained M at n large Thnnksglvlng at their home fl on Thursday. M Mrs. Orson Howard entertained the M members of hor enrd club Monday at M her homo on First street. J J H Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rlter entertain M ed ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 December 1906

I s truth: i I JwuM HMRERUfEAR fMrdyM TUANIQPIUINP I lWfll uwut"""" ip IHAIiKoblVINb m TWItW? Embraces complete V'hvK W I 'h - U Irl A HI O lincs in Wo1' Mercer- lw V The laundry item is one HI WTrfll ! hll J IV l?d and. Balbrian. A J Jj JL 1 Df the greatest importance. H ffisH3V I WA fl lhe variable weights MrMiiwWaZ v i i i t Vmm MfeEWj and sizes to your taste. WTW!my& Your laundry apparel if HD Nsffl ! SiKKSIl Other articles in Men's (f Vjft )W gB done by us will show your VR IISV Furnisliings will appeal W AlV7 W linen to have been prop- -WESji the same of Our Hats, """'V ' ' -.f erly cared for. - - - - u ' either in $5 00 or S3 00 HI qualities. M For Dr. Oeimcl Linen SmllS TO 0 TCI 6 T Dr Jaeger i-unllary Wool IllUT LAUIMUllT H Mesh UnLei wear Underwear. f i w 11 v hh "" THE LAUNDRY OF QUALITY H BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO. I TELEPHONE 193-2 Rings 166 MAIN STREET both phones 192 166 main street H POLLING PLACES FOR SCHOOL ELECTION. Polling places for the school election ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 December 1906

I 6 truth: I ' AMUSEMENTS H Salt Lake theatre "Heir to the IIoo- H rah," matlneo today, performance to- night. M Orpheum High class vaudeville, B matinee today, porformanco to night. Lyric theatre "Not Guilty," mat! H nee today, performance to night. H H Coming Attractions. Salt Lake theatre "Tho Collego fl widow;" Hnrry Hcresford. U Lyric theatre Popular melodrama. H One week beginning with tomorrow night. B Paul Armstrong, tho author of "Thb H Heir to tho Hoorah," Is a writer whoso M work wo havo seen before. It was ho who wrote "Tho Strength of tho H Weak" for Florenco nohorts a play n which received its first presentation 1 on tho stage of tho Salt Lnko thentre. Hi It was a sickly problem piny, full or W still more sickly situations. Notwlth M standing Its many cnulltles and weak H ncsses, the local press was loud in pro M, testing tho gonlus of the author and i tho strength of tho piny. In this unl H vcrsal song of praise I refused to join. Indeed, I predicted failure. Not long...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 December 1906

TRUTH ' 7 I 8TR0NG ATTRACTIONS AT 0R1 PHEUM. Thero are some strong attractions scheduled at the Orpheum for next week on the now bill which opens Monday night and goes to Ave mati nees, as will bo the custom hereafter I at the State Street vaudeville theatre. h'M , Heading' tho list of attractions are the Three Lelghtons who give a screamingly funny sketch entitled "A Ono Night Stand In Minstrelsy." Tho x Lelghtons are really and truly brothers, two doing white faco and tho other black faco with plenty of comedy and ginger throughout, t Second on the bill comes tho charm ing Augusta Gloso, who presents her original monologue act, that Is some thing out of tho ordinary stereotyped effort In this direction. Gloso Is a beautiful girl, an accomplished pianist ranks of vaudeville and have made a hit from tho start. Then thero will be tho klnodromo with some good motion picture offer ings while, of course, Williard Welhe's orchestra will be among tho features of a good evening's entertain...

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