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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 December 1906

r i3Hfci 16 TRUTH I Eastern Excursions for All I II J One Fare Plus $2.00 for the Round Trip I ' to All Points in W. P. A. Territory I I Tickets on Sale Dec. 18 Hi a Salt Lake, Ogden nntl all R. G. W. main Hno points to HI Omaha, Council Blu (Th, Kinflas City, Loavouworth, H ,j St. Joseph and AtchiMon and return 32 00 Hi J Sam points to Uhfcago and roturn .. 4.4 51) HI 1 Same points to St. Louis and return '. H9.50 Hj H Same points to St. Paul, Minneapolis and return 11.00 H' rf Correspondingly low rates to hundreds of other eastern points. Tickets H ) good reluming Bixtv days from date ot sale and stop-overs allowed at and H, ' west of Missouri River ton days going and up to final limit of tickets t returning. I Through Pullman and Tourist Sleepers in connection with the Denver & y Rio Grande or Colorado MidUnd. H ( For further information and slooping car accommodations, call on, write HJ or telephone to I IbImI R F neslen General Agent, I r IFIfmiTirTil c' B &-Q-RY I lljl...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

1 1 wis . -V;- . ' ' S I k I Cbrtstmaa 1906 1 rfl I 7 v 4B

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

I I Some Pertinent Facts About Coal I It is 1 he use of fire that distinguishes man from the brute. It. jC I v is heat that is the main spring of modern progress, the latent power w I 3 ; which puts in motion the great forces of nature--and the most . ) I & available means of exerting that power, at the disposal of man, is ' i I k coal. Coal is the real king, the real creative power of the world. jjc I jb So much for generalities-we'll get nearer home. . a I & ' Coal Mining is one of Utah's leading industries. The reason ' vl I Jk for the prominence of this industry lies in the good quality of the ' ' A I B coal. W I t& ' Analysis of Castle Gate coal show 1 per cent to 2 per cent . I P moisture, 4 to 6 per cent ash, leaving about 93 per cent Combustible e$ H fe Volatile matter and Fixed Carbon-that is, out of one ton, about 20 j8) H b . sacks, there is probably one sad: returned as ash. 3K H & " The division of volatile matter and Carbon insures a free burn- .' A I &...

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

1 1 Vol. 6; No. 21 ' SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, DEC. 22, 1906. Price 5 Cents I I ! Peet Shows The Tribune As It Is Editor Truth: I In July, 1905, Todkln's Knocker I stated that Mr. John P. Meakin was a I paid official of the Mormon church I because ho was putting Utah and her people In a true light and denying j the falsehoods of the Tribune, Tod- I kins and tho Ministerial association. i Now comes the Tribune in a recent issue, in an editorial, and states that Mr. Meakln is a paid lecturer of the Mormon church. If what the Tribune and Todklns states is true, the Mor mon church has thousands of paid lecturers, and their number is rap Idly increasing. According to the . Tribune, anyone who speaks well of I Utah and her people is a paid lee- I turer of tho Mormon church. Some of ' its recent hirelings are Senator J. B. Foraker, ex-governor of Ohio; Sen I ator Albert J. Beverldge (who hopes i to be" the next Republican candidate for president); Senator William P. Dillingham, Senator A. J. H...

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

I 4 TRUTH H howover, spiritualistic phenomena are H real and not Imaginary; they can B- easily be distinguished from more ma- H terlal phenomena, maintains Father Franco. He supports his contention by stating that no one but a fool can 1 withstand the testimony of such men 1 as William Crookes and Lombroso, which testimony fully establishes the H reality of what is called materlaliza H tlon. Spiritualism is in fact one of m tho recorded facts of history. It is found in the Old and New Ttestamont H and among tho early Christians and Neonlatonlsts of Alexandria. Any at- B tempt to confute the genuineness and H authenticity of all this testimony In H favor of Spiritualism Is simply ab- B surd. Half a century ago, Indeed, In H credulity might have been excusable; H at tho present moment It Is unpardon- B nble. To quote: H "In our time (190G) no one denies tho real existence of spiritualistic oc H curronces, excepting certain men i whoso feet aro on earth, but whose wits go wool-gatherin...

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

TRUTH I Glauber salts, calomel, Iron and qui nine, and the man got well or didn't. I If he recovered they would say he got well on account of the medicine, when perhaps ho recovered In spite of It- In nny event; since then thb entire scheme of medicine, as It then existed, has been abandoned and wo l have a new materia medlca. Doctors now know, and admit, that most peo ple who are ailing would recover with out medicine, quite as quickly as with. The plan of deliberately acquiring one disease In order to become Im mune from nnother, Is founded on a medical superstition and belongs to an age when the best educated men In the world believed, and ull the col leges taught, that most of mankind were made to bo dammed, and that a man who had but one parent was nec essarily better than those who had two. Vaccination was the Invention of men who thought you had to bo very miserable In this life In order to be happy hereafter; and in oixler to bo happy hereafter you must be Idle, have all the...

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

II 6 TRUTH P te? CHRISTMAS I ! .Mlk. SUGGEST,0NS' i ' 13b7 wl llllr We are exhibiting spec'al I !!3!f5W. -"? Holiday Garments in I ' - iijyiliifllw !i I House Coats, Dress- !sf WMKIMWK ' J ing Gowns and Bath I llrlvOhl N The smaller necessities j iWlWl ' also in Handker" ii IlKM I , chiefs, Suspenders, i ' j)M A -, Gloves, Night Robes, I I JK&JK00"""0"1 Pajamas, Mufflers. M ,j fl " ff U ye show splendid auortmenti. I' I I SOLE AGENTS Ohirte tn flrrfnr SOLE AGENTS i I For Ir. Delmel Lli.cn Olllllo 10 UNlcT Dr . lacker Sanitary Wool I I Mesh Undei weur Un.crwcar. ..... I , u I I BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO. TELEPHONE 193 -2 Rings 166 MAIN STREET I HH IN THE SOCIAL REALM HH H Tho following announcement is H J found In tho Army and Navy Journal: I "Mr. and Mrs. Edward Itlchards of m Salt Lake City announce the cngago- ment of their daughter, Delia Janet, 1 to Lieutenant Samuel M. Parker, ' Twenty-ninth Infantry, now stationed at Fort Douglas. Tho wedding will M ' take place In th...

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

TRUTH 7 KNUTSFORD HOTEL BUILDING l I HHLV HP"V V V VVV W HkJP THE FURRIER Our furs are recognized by the recipients ns coining from the best sounc. At ihe same time nowhere in Salt Lake is the entire nb ence of fictitious and exorbitant prices so apparent, the studied effort to make the price of every individual piece a moderate and correct measure of its value Late arrivals from our factory have brought the st ck to a complcu ncss never before attained, and appropriate selections may be made securing a the exact fur piece to meet your requirement?. Our enormous s'oek to be sold, and with only a fe.v more shopping- days to Xnins will require strenuous effort in price cutting and we announce an absolute clearing sale from our highest priced Royal Pur's such as MINK, PERSIAN LAMB, SABLE, ERMINE, WHITE FOX, BLACK AND SILVER LYNX, etc., to the popular priced: THIS GENUINE SALE NOW ON. CONSULT YOUR OWN INTERESTS. AVAIL YOURSELVES OF THIS OPPORTUNITY NOW. IIIftBLNE.DNJfsYEARS KNUTSFORD HO...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

mT -ximm- ;;':V'"" WH-nma' V '""H W H'"'i" ili'l sj wjiju.j ' . "g I j 8 TRUTH truth: Issued Weekly by H Truth Publishing Company. H 32 Eaglo Dlock, Salt Lake City. 1 Salt Lake City HI John W.Hughea, Editor andManager HI Entered June 19, 1803, at Salt Lake City, UU 1 as second-class matter, under aot of Couure.. H of March 3, 1879' H Term of Subscription. j ONB YKAR In advanoe) KM IM. SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.01 Hj THREE MONTHS (In advance) 7! I Postmasters sending subscriptions to TRUTH I may retain 2& per cent of subscription price at commission. I If the paper is not desired beyond the date subscribed for, the publication should be - j notified by letter two weeks or more before H the term expires. ' . ' H I Discontinuance. H I Remember that the publisher must be noti- H fled by letter when a subscriber wishes hit H ' paper stoppod; all arrears must be paid in B , fun. H i H Request of subscribers to have their paper H ' mailed to a new address, to secure atten H tion, must ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

TRUTH . 9 I JL A. . fc TiwilllHiiiilTinWIftMii'N tiii 1 1 1 HiUWilliiirHJJ i in nm iiiiiilllllillllllllllllliiii Illllllllltflllliiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiilllllllliiiiiiiiiillllHMf lj I t v j hbois Conover Mason (S Hamlin II IB 1 J HUB ill 1 ill NONE BETTER MADE JBSiiliiiiM "Biiiii MASON (& HAMLIN, CHICAGO I HHHbH ' WASHBURN GUITARS AND MANDOLINS WE SELL ONLY THE BEST BUY OF US. THEN YOU ARE SURE OF GETTING A GOOD INSTRUMENT I Chamberlain Music Co. M& ugg I i ( ; 1 Holiday Remembrances of Practical Worth IF you must make gifts, make sensible gifts. Give that which 1 will benefit the one who receives; Something that will bring pleasant remembrances when the holidays are gone and prosaic life is still with us. Here are a Few Suggestions for Gifts: A Lady's Writing Desk A Morris Chair An Upholstered or Leather Couch A Lady's Dressing- Table Mother's Rocker A Turkish Rocker '""- r A Chafing Dish Set . A Book Case for the Library J A Jardiniere Stand A Hall Clock or a Mantel C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

I i 10 TRUTH I MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGES ' I '- 1 I B' r nri Aj 'CN Let us explain what and how it Saves: i I! L7 Range We will place one in you home, use it 30 '" (5Jlv V ) ti 1. days. If it is satisfactory, settle for it V H ' If r ') wit cas'1 or on an eas Payment plan I; I " V?'f TVH InilPQ $5.00 down, $1.00 per week. J Every .H - tv. pj) i$f Range must be satisfactory or all money i A fivMl " m paid refunded. I f A J - Sfce "ik GARLAND HEATERS Hfj . I NISiii1' - We will close our entire line of Heaters H -y CrV 7 out at 2 Per cent a wm'e Stock ', Hll is complete. We can please you. I MONARCH HARDWARE COMPANY I 27-29 W. Third South Street. I J H l ! I The Year on the Stage VS (Dy Harry Le Grande.) Bg Standing upon the bridge of 190G, H nnd watching tlio theatric stream of H the year glide swiftly into tho seas of H yesterday, inspired strange feelings. H Perhaps tho most regrettable thing of H tho past year has been the almost nb- H solute retirement of tho classic drama. H This ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

truth: u 1 TRUTHS. Senator Burrows complains about Brlgham Young making tho statement some fifty years ago that Zachary Taylor was In hell, and uses It against ! Senator Srnoot. What clap-trap for a senator to make use of. Suppose Brlgham Young did say that Zachary : Taylor was In hell, ho had a right to I his opinion. Hearst has made as l hard statements against presidents oi tho United States, only that he has . confined his curses to this mundane sphere, and tho good peoplo of Now York by tho hundreds of thousands voted for Hearst for tho high ofllco of governor. Why not hold the senators of New York responsible for Hearst's i statements? ' & & i Dubois' speech in tho Smoot case Bounds like tho wall of a dying rat. ! Mrs. Dubois has taken tho stump against tho Mormons, and her lurid anil blood-curdling tales are worthy of a Munchausen. Judging from some of the good lady's late utterances, she must bo taking to heart the defeat of i her "Republican, Silver Republican, J Po...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

R T ft:! 12 TRUTH : l- MENTAL TELEGRAPH I H EAST INDIANS HAVE DEVELOPED I , ART TO FINE DEGREE. Hi H1 Incident That Converted Skeptic Into H Ardent Believer "Wireless" H System an Old One In That H Land of the Occult. M "Many persons dcrldo the idea of H mental telegraphy, but If they would 1 , spend a. year or two in India, as I did M and work shoulder to shouldor with Vr tho educated East Indians they would Hj ceaso their a coding," said G. It. Scrug- M ham, organization manager for the M International Policyholders' commit- M i too, and ono of tho most prominent M j electric railway men in Ohio, in the HJII New York Press. "It Is wonderful to M'l what a degree of perfection thoso poo- Mf plo over there have developed tho fac- M ' ulty of wireless brains. They were H using tho wireless system over there HJ j centuries beforo Marconi and Do For- M ' est wcro born. HJ I "Let me glvo you an instance in HJ J point, and it is only one of tho many HJ which changed mo from a skeptic to M...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

TRUTH 13 I WHEN ALL NATURE IS ASTIR. Two O'clock In the Morning the Uni versal Waking Hour. t Tliero is one hour of tho night be- ,, j k tween midnight and morning 2 lr '9 o'clock, to bo accurate when all na ture is astir. The cowboys and the shepherds and tho old country f-ili tell us about it. This hour Is heraldc- by tho rooster crowing, not this timr. to announce tho hour of down, but as though ho were a watchman speedlnr the course of night. Cowboys assert that tho entire herd of cattle wake up and walk about and He down ant' lest in a new lair. Tho sheep rouse I themselves and crop the grass, thf birds stir in their nests, tho cowboys" horses and the shepherd's dog open their eyes to see that all is well. The shepherd and tho cowboy open their uyes, too, to look for a moment at the Etars and become for the time belnp 1 mere animals in nature's flock; yet there is no accounting for tho In audible summons, tho gentle touch of i 1 nture that recalls all tho sleepers tr life at pr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

pr " "" IHW IS A RAILROAD COMMISSION GOOD OR BAD? I Tho Manufacturers and Merchants' I association is unqualifiedly in favor or I I a railroad commission in this state. Hi Tho Real Estate association is against li It as strongly as the M. & M. associa- I -I tion.is in favor of It. Wo don't know 1m which is right or whether either la right, In its contention. Wo do know, however, that tho real estate associa tion is in a largo measure composed of grafters and hot air dispensers. Wo have not boon particularly favorable to , tho Idea of a railroad commission and ' this without any specific and certain 1 knowledgo of its modus operandi, but because in many other states it has been found unsatisfactory to tho in r I terests of tho people. Tho fact, how I evor, that the Real Estate- association H. I opposes tho commission is prima fa- I cle evidence that it Is a good thing H for the people, who are neither graft- H ers nor hot air peddlers and for that H reason wo give space to tho ad...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

TRUTH IS J shippers havo secured favors to the disadvantage of smaller ones. In tho matter of passenger rates, somo Improvement ha.s been enjoyed by those living along tho lines of tho U. P. and tho O. S. I., railways, but a largo portion of tho citizens of our state are still paying exorbitant and in somo Instances discriminating rates. , A railroad commission would adjust all this and put rates into effect that would not work a hardship either on tho people or tho railroads. Tho Supremo court in its decision rendered at Washington, December lGth, 190G, forever settles beyond dis pute tho question of tho rights of tho states to regulate rates within their borders in tho following language: "That a state has such power cannot bo doubted and it cannot bo thwarted by any action of a railroad company which does not Involve an actual In f terstato shipment." A railroad commission would investi gate and cause to bo remedied tho hun dred of complaints that are daily being j made regarding...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

III 16 TRUTH It Additional Truths. Am ( J T For chaplain of tho houao Frod Ij Lewis of Utah county appears to bo II tho favorite. Rev. Peter Slmpkln Is II also mentioned as a first class inter? 19 I coder for miserable sinners. Ifi & III A proposition to abolish tho office Bp of district attorney In tho more popu Ij lous counties such as Salt Lake, Wo lij i bor and Utah may come beforo tho III next legislature. Tho idea is that l county attorneys nro perfectly capa ll bio of performing the duties Imposed II ' on tho district attorneys and have H plenty of tlmo therefor. Those favor- ing tho plan claim that their Is dupll- cation and unnecessary expenso tin l der tho system now in vogue. I M Another bill which may como be-lj- fore tho next legislature Is ono for tho creation of tho office of circuit II justice of tho peace who would have II jurisdiction over a considerable area, II would bo invested with powers be ll yond ordinary justices of the peace I and who must bo a lawyer ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

TRUTH 17 TO CLEAN CARPETS. METHOD THAT 13 RECOMMENDED BY EXPERT. All Materials Needed Will Be On Hand or are Easy to Acquire Some Other Useful Household Hints. The following method of cleaning carpets, according to the House keeper, has been thoroughly tested, I and was secured from a professional source: First havo the carpet cleaned In the usual manner and tacked down on tho floor, where It Is to remain permanently, and It Is ready for the cleansing process. Tako one and a half pounds of tho best white laundry soap, one-half pound of white-oak bark, three-fourth pound of borax, one-fourth pound of fuller's earth, one-half pint of wood alcohol, one-half pint of ammonia, one-half ounce of choloform, and four gallons of water. Tie up tho bark In a piece of thin material, and boll In two gal , Ions of water for four hours. Keep boiling water at hand to replace that lost by evaporation. Now remove tho bag, add tho soap, shaved fine, the borax, and tho fuller's earth, and let simmer unt...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

pr "1 IH is truth: l AMUSEMENTS I , Salt Lake Theatre Maudo Fealy In ' ' "Tho Illusion of Beatrice," Dec. 24-26. Orphoum High class vaudeville, H - matlneo today, performance tonight. Lyric Theatre "Why Women Sin," W matlnoo today, performance tonight. I Coming Attractions. Salt Lake Theatre "Sultan ot Sulu," Dec. 29. i ! Lyric Theatre "A Desperate K i Chance," one week, beginning Dec. 23. - o H Those of us who rode "In tho i: Bishop's Carrlago" had varied experl- H ences. Some wero rudely Jolted bo- HJ ' causo of tho occasional frisklncss of HI the horses and tho absence of rubber H tires. Others liked tho way Tom Dor- HJ gan cracked tho melodramatic whip i i and mado tho Carrlago fly down" tho ! roadway. Still others and I among HJ i them preferred Nance Olden saucily HJ seated on tho box and driving furious HJ I ly. For, whenever Nanco allowed tho H ribbons to slip from her nlmblo fingers H tho' Bishop's Carrlago becamo as HJ , heavy and clumsy as a dray wagon. It HJ was a good t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

TRUTH l9 ; ing. for you 'nt the church.' William W. DlttnerJ' Manager Jennings has a hick com ing: "My Dear Claus GIvo all the rail roads In Salt Lake a set of new tlme A cards and mako them run their trains accordingly. This will bo enough to All tho Orphcum stocking. W. L. Jen nings." This has a dramatic ring: "Friend Santa Claus Drop down tho Lyric chimney a big hunch of fireworks for tho gallery gods. Fred Moore." - Another request from lower Main ' ' street: "Dear Old Santa I am a stranger i hero and want to mako good, so all I I ask Is a pound of emotional candy ' tho nuts I'll buy myself. Lillian Ma son." Another request which has been In cubating for somo time is from the Orphcum advertising manager: "Santa Claus My supply of press dope for tho year is nearly smoked out. Send me another pipe full. George B. Carpenter." . At the Salt Lake Theatre for Three Nights and Two Matinees Beginning Wednesday Eve. December 26 Tho foregoing is enough to show that all tho theatric lighti...

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