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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

rffo "li 1)1 20 TRUTH lijl CAMELS FOR TRANSPORTATION IN NEVADA. j It Is an established fact Unit there J are millions upon millions in mineral J wealth lying untouched in the heart of J . that part oC tho west known as the J: Great American Desert, which lies I southwest of Salt Lake and extends to H the Sierra Nevadas, a waterless waste H of nearly three thousand square miles. I Since the discovery of gold In almost He incalculable quantities in the midst of HI this American Sahara, a yearly loll in Hj human lives has been exacted by the Hi ' guardian of tho treasure. The desert Hi) ' claims her prlcu from the horde of HJ1!' adventurous mortals who, whllo en- HI 1 dcavoring to satiato their thirst for Hi gold, count without that which is far Hi more precious water. With tho dls- Hi covery of valuable oro at Tonopah in Hi 1900, tho' attack upon what is consid- Hi ' ercd tho worst part of this country HJ ' has been unceasing, and few stop to HJ count tho cost in human Hfo when HJ the...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

Jul TT?TTTy 21 1 no other animal could havo possiblj endured. Then camo a change in the admin istration, which was not very favor ablo to the camel corps idea. New of ficers who know scarcely anything ol ! animals wero sent to tako charge of tho herds. Shortly afterward camo the Civil war and tho camels wero forgot- ten. Somo of tho animals escaped into tho desert, where they increased to a certain extent and ran wild In small herds, striking terror to tho hearts of the Indians, who wero very much afraid of them. Many strange tales are told of their presence in different parts of tho southwestern country. A number fell into the hands of the south during tho war, and because the soldiers lacked knowledge of the proper caro and handling of camels many of tho herd became diseased and died. As late as 187C camels wero used in Nevada and Arizona, but they after wards disappeared. Many believe that " had tho project been carried out i as it was started the camel corps of tho United States...

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

III 22 truth: IjI ADDITIONAL SOCIAL I W Mrs. Soth W. Morrison was tho host- I f ess Thursday at a tea In tho Unlvcr- I alty club, tho affair being to meet Miss I I' Iono Morrison and Mrs. George D. Koy- I , ser. Tho club was gorgeous with holl- I' day decorations o red and green, I. 1 great quantities of evergreen with nu- 8 .i morons red bells hanging in all tho I J ' archways and decorating tho walls I throughout tho hallways. Tho entire I main floor was placed at tho disposal Hi of tho hostess, and tho picturesque library, with Its dark red and oak fur I nlshlngs, lent Itself admirably to tho I uso of tho Christmas colors. Here tno H receiving party stood, whilo across tho H I hall In tho north end of tho largo dln- Ing room tho punch bowl was placed. H In tho dining room proper a long tablo j filled tho center of tho room, from K which coffeo was served. This was lj. decorated with nn immenso cluster of I polnsottns, which filled tho central IJ part, and two handsomo crystal can...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

fl TRUTH 23 I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ashley of Don- ver, who have been guests of Mr. and I Mrs. Thomas Weir, have gone on to South America. J & Mrs. Mary Godbo and her two m granddaughters, the Misses Marjorie and Miriam Brooks, will leavo early in the week for San Francisco, whence they sail early in tho now year for Honolulu to spend tho remainder of tho winter. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Geoghegnn en tertained a small party of friends at a dinner at tho Alta club Thursday evening. & v Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Parsons are homo for the Christmas holidays from Denver. .Mrs. W. F. Palno of Denver, former ly Miss Sadie Boyer, is here to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Rash. Mrs. Frances Hlnton of Ogden left Friday for Chicago and will sail later for Europe. Jt & Mrs. L. L. Willard will open her ex hibit of paintings Saturday at her stu- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie I,. Savage gave a dinner Wednesday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S. Masson, who aro guests at the McMillan home. M...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

Eft "-"1 In i I 24 truth: I) HOPELESSNESS OF A PHILIPPINE REPUBLIC. H Most of the political lenders in this M country have publicly declared them- M solves, at one tlmo or another, In favor m of ultimate self-government for the H: Philippines, Several who havo a pros- B l pect of reaching the presidential H , chair, says the Literary Digest, havo publicly favored Philippine Indepen Hf denco. Mr. Hugh Clifford, however, W 'I a writer of much political experience H ' in the Islands and archipelagoes of I tho Asiatic Pacific, scoffs at the Idea (I that tho brown races can ever govern H themselves as free people. The Jap ! i anese, ho says, are tho only Asiatics 1 : f who havo Imitated, or can Imitate, I 1 Western civilization. Writing In Mac- !m mlllan's Magazine (London), ho de- i clares his conviction that tho Flllpin- cs "must bo ruled by a paternal gov- 1 ornment for their own good, not led j to cherish a vain hope that the power I they would only misuse will some day bo placed In ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

TRUTH X 1 1 Ibv hmb " flHB BIHW BBW Hi hb MBkHR SAMUEL NEWHOUSE i 0, As to finance Salt Lake stands Al. It has had only one bank failure In the last twenty years and that was only a small affair. In financial mat ters Salt Lake is solid. In the com mercial panics which the- country has experienced Intermittently Salt Lake's financial houses and Salt Lake's merchants and manufactures stood calmly by unscathed, while ruin and disaster held sway on every hand. Salt Lake is the center of culture and refinement in all this western country. It excels in music, paint ing and poetry. The glorious moun tains, the crags and peaks, the great lakes and the pure invigorating air such as can bo found nowhere olso are inspirations, breaths from heaven, which touch the lips and the souls of our artists, and give expression in painting, sculpture, poetry and song. Religious Advantages. Religion, do you say? Yes, Salt Lake has representatives of all kinds of religious thought and all aro abso lutely ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

Ifl m 26 TRUTH I1;' THE WORLD'S BANNER MINING I CAMP. I 3 B t In tho mining world for the past H I year Nevada has attracted the most H ' Interest and Gold field has been the B contor of that attraction. While- there 1 is no doubt that many wildcat schemes M have been "floated" and are now bo- M, ing "floated" Nevada has "made gootir- V The number ot undoubtedly mcrlto- K: rous properties, undoubtedly mer- j ' itorlous because they have fur- U nished the pay ore, are doing so H H now, and from all appearances, will 1 continuo to do so for an indefinite pc- fl! , rlod, exceeds by an hundred fold tho H , record of any new mining region. To Hjg , tho L. M. Sullivan Company bolongs H' I tho chief credit for the promlncnco of H . Nevada and the real solid paying H mines which have astonished the world H during tho past twelve months. Sulll- (van didn't put tho gold in tho ground, but ho let tho people know that the m j gold was thcro waiting for those who H ' had enterprise enough to go ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

I TRrrngr 27 J THE YEAR ON THE STAGE ' Co tlmioiUrom pjiro 10 with ambition, nnd, under the inven ts of a wonderful success few writers cm look Into the future with more c nfldcnce of new conquests. The A running handiwork of Channing Pol- toclt wo have just seen In "The Dlsh on's Carriage." And while only the dramatization of a popular novel, one may easily follow tho clover elabor ation and extentlon of much that was merely suggested In tho book. In tho foregoing I have treated the sub ject assigned to me in a manner quite beyond local requirement. In so do ing I hope I have not overtaxed tho patience of the reader. My object has been to take a wide view of an Institution the stage which Is so universal and Interesting in Its scope. For, after all, the world's a stage and each of us plays ' his little part. Like a truthful mir ror it reflects our hopes, fears and passions. The shifting scenes, the lights and shadows, the footlights be bright or dim, the actors and actresses with t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

Hi 28 TRUTH IgF all the Candy Manufacturers If C311 n e United States and this gjpi means the big ones McDonald ' - " has made the greatest Choco late Success. C Right here at home the public hasn't realized that in the last few years the J. G. McDonald Candy Com pany has been growing by leaps and 1 bounds. CjThe local public didn't think I much about it just got in the habit of I buying McDonald's Chocolates because it II J liked them and finally no other make I I was demanded. I But the merchants who sell Candy commenced li to open their eyes, place bigger orders, and j now you hardly ever have a box of chocolates B other than McDonald's offered you. IThe 111 Christmas rush is now on, and in most in- ' stances it's McDonald's Chocolates that's tied li in a pretiy ribbon and mailed. II But when Salt Lake awoke tonhe fact that l McDonald had captured Denver this year Hi Seven carloads of chocolates, $70,000 to $80,- 1 000; that McDonald sells more chocolates in I Los Angeles in a we...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

TRUTH 29 il pounds of copper, which has cost prob ably less than 10 cents per pound. But with present plans carried Into execution the company should bo nolo to produce between 20,000,000 and 30, 000,000 pounds annually. Tho town of Newhouse Is a model. If other western mining camps were " built on the same plan, there would probably be less shifting about among miners and other mine employs. Every thing has been done there to promote the interests of the inhabitants. Tho company has erected many modern cottages for employes to live in; Mr. Newhouse went down into his pocket and provided funds for a public school nnd the Newhouse company now pays nearly all tho taxes for its maintain ance. There are no saloons in the camp at all, and none will be per mitted to run within tho Newhouso townslte. However, a club house is in existence where liquors are dls- ' pensed, but only under more stringent regulations. As a result, perfect or der and decorum among tho com pany's employes is tho o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

HI 30- truth: Lw1 ;i m "What Is worth dolnit 1 (' Is worth doing well." Ill J ! F.W.Gardiner Co. i 5 I Printers If & I Binders 216 S. W. Temple St. Phonos: 249 I 1 Show-end Commorcla.1 I Printing o. Specialty. , - i: R. L. POLK & CO. H&j W P. COOCR, SICTY Man H DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS. H I City Directories. State Gazetteers, Blue P, Books, National Trade I Directories. 617-620 Dooly Bldg. Tel. 39-Either Line SALT LAKE CITY. Branches at Ogden, Boise, Pueblo, Col ' orado Springs and Cheyenne. TRUTH is a legal journal. Send In your Mining Notices, Assessment No tices, and Delinquent Notices. TRUTH or r lUE. 241 South West Temple. Hi DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD H CUnnENT TIMC TABLE, Hi M In Effect June 3, 1000. M LEAVE SALT SAKE CITY. H No. 10 For Ilober, Provo H and Marys vale ... 8i00n.ni. H Co. 112 For Bingham BilOn.m. H io. 102 For Park City 8:15 n.m. H Jo, g For Denver and East SiBO a.m. H No. 13 For Ogden OiOOp.m. H No. 19 For Ogden 8il0u.m. H No. 20 For Denver and t...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

Lawyer's Directory. Anderson, T. J., 222 Atlas Blk. Armstrong, S. P., 120-123 Commercial Blk. Ashworth, T. F., 312 Dooly Bldg. ifc Uackman, G. H., basement 32 So. Main 'W- st. Bagley, E. M., 31C Deseret News Bldg. Bagley, J. A., 404 Templeton Bldg. Bailey, J. H., JR., 7 Doseret Natl. Bk. Bldg. Baldwin, Charles, 274-75 Commercial Blk. Bierer, Everald, Jr., 300 Auerbach Bldg. Bird, W. H., 401 Scott Bldg. Booth & Lee, 600-502 Auerbach Bldg. J Bowdle, J. R., 89 Commercial Blk. Bowman, J. M., 94 Commercial Blk. Boyd, C. W., 400 McCornlck Bldg. Bradley & PIschel, 300-304 Atlas Blk. 4 Braffett, M. P., 518 Dooley Bldg. Breeden & Farnsworth, 315 D. F. Wal ker Bldg. Brown, Arthur, 212 So. Main St. Browne, H. C, 231 D. F. Walker Bldg. Browne, T. E., 2G-27 Commercial Bldg. Cannon & Irvine, 512-514 Templeton Bldg. Casey, A. W., 95 'Commercial Blk. Cherrlngton, Pennel, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Cherry & Pardee, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Christensen, A. E., 14 Commercial Blk. Christensen...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

Km ' T 1 32 TRUTH Ml WjILLEY, WILLEY & DOLE, f- Attorneys, ft Auorbach Building. j NOTICE. I ' In the district Court, Probate DI- H ' vision, in and for Salt Lako County, " Stato of Utah. H In tho matter of the estate of NO 'S ; phi Howcroft, deceased. Notice. Tho petition of Alico Howcroft praying for tho Issuance to herself j of Letters of Administration In tho H Estato of Nephl Howcroft, deceased, I has been set for hearing on Saturday, i the 22nd day of December, A. D. 190C, lj at 10 o'clock, a. m., at tho county I court house, in tho Court Room of j said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt if Lako County Utah Witness tho Clerk of said Court l with ilio seal thereof alllxcd this Gth ft day of December, A. D., 190C. if (Seal) J. U. ELDItEDOE, JR., if Clerk. 1 Dy W. H. FARNSWORTH, HJIi Deputy Clerk. ! Willoy, Wllloy & Dolo, H1 Attorneys for Petitioner. Hf HAMER & BUCKLE, Hffi Attorneys, If 504 McCornick Block. It SUMMONS. HftP IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR Jr.! Salt Lako County...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

i TRTJTTT 33 gg GOLDFIELD, - . NEVADA gj 8 TEN WINNERS! NO LOSERS! 1 i H 0ur 1906 Record Unparalleled in H i ffg the World's History of Mine-Making 5 Hj '"THE L. M. SULLIVAN TRUST COMPANY was incorporated in February, 1 j gj L 1906. Barring the Bullfrog Rush Mining Company (which it promoted in ffik I April and later withdrew, refunding the money paid to it for stock when the prop- KJg I fo erty failed to make good, standing the entire loss itself), here is a list of all the p p companies promoted by the Sullivan Trust Company during its entire career. p h 2 . FI3ST SALE OF Or.glnal Market gKjj a treasury stock NAME OF COMPANY District SuiMi" ' &M lStf a ., Price Oec. 15 JftjK) xjca ' - February ' Jumping Jack Manhattan 30 .55 $3 W ' - " W ! g March Stray Dag Manhattan :.. .55 .70 ' g$ April Indian Camp Manhattan .30 1.10 iks&H &s! . September Eagles Nest Fairview 35 .42 I g 1 3 I October As-You-Like-ll Manhattan 25 .30 I j ggjjj v October Lou Dillon Goldfield 30 - --.40...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

H 34 truth: i H i If Eastern Excursions for All IS I One Fare Plus $2.00 for the Round Trip to All Points in W. P. A. Territory I Tickets on Sale Dec. 18 I Salt Lake, Ogden nnd all It. Q, W. main line points to Omaha, Oouncll Bluffd, K'uitms City, Leavenworth, ; St. Joseph and Atchison and return 32 00 U Sam points to Chicago nnd return 44. no Mi Same points to St. Loula and return 80.B0 I J Snme points to St. Paul, Minneapolis and return 41.00 If Oorrosp-mdlnRly low rates to hundreds of other eastern points. Tickets K1 good reluming sixty days from date of sale and Btop-overs allowed at and K west of Missouri River ten days going and up to final limit of tickets returning. 1 Througfc Pullman and Tourist Sleepers in connection wi'h tho Denver & Rio Grande or Colorado Midland. K For further information and sleeping-car accommodations, call on, write j or telephone to la R. F. NESLEN, General Agent, II llMTIHIlIlirlinl C. B. 4.Q. RY., Ijtt lllllllllUll 79 W. Second South Street, S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

j Electric Power Machinery & ' 1 is ill Of all kinds. ' lli i wmm a j v a - r . . jt- i l TRENT ENGINEERING & MACHINERY COMPANY I I SALTAKE CITY,' UTAH S. V. TRENT, Manager I WV Machinery and I mi 'I tstd Pipe Lines for rritl3l- N l llt " Irrigation I liiiilfl'iliii nTj iiwnmr in im r r Tl JjfW!A. Kr JIH ?a F" I a r ii r i"f rl I fcf ' '- - - J fcP : " Gasoline J II MINING MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS. HOISTING, PUMPING AND COMPRESSING ENGINES I a llff7lr I pTiTin I, ,i mm""iWbiWwfntKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmW3h .'nmjyK . H Xcuni-J 13 iviM CTqmc Wisfei tST'.'1 m. r -75!wia3gWBlM 1; .'AHKfrfii W w I 1 1 V I Cl kill y I d iiw HpaS Jgff J11 ' in inn ii .,,''" iim!,--, ,'" - xiZlSrT''?mmm I: : Hp H V J ffi Vo lS Tfesl ffffiWiiiiiMiiinri im' TJgamyi-AAiii-' y luJi. fj'W ) V I W il ml jjhu iijjmhi m.ii-iwiauai dlUI....'i . " iiiMBMaJBiiSTlDfr .LJ fl I iimiimiirnriii MTrmfflii'iiTrnnnririrnw iTrniiirimiiiiiBnigiiitTii i TOg:r'- -il- ;H H iMiwjMiJ3mii)M!MjraicjJM H HH Y,n....,--.M.,.-.i.--.ii--....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 December 1906

lay 'ri It H ': ' ! Ill 1 THE UTAH SUGAR f ' I w I capital I p f i it o A M V fully paid fix I ij $6,000,000.00 I J 1V1 1 ITL I 1 I u 1 fl I Central Factories, LEHI and GARLAND, UTAH W J I 2! Pumping Stations connecting with 9 p '; i f i I jJJ Lehi Factory at 9 j I 9 Provo, Springville and (t If j Spanish Fork, Utah L I Western Idaho Sugar I ft exsxz I r ' ft I $i.ooo""oo.oo 1 Company 1 fullypaidup I m I jj Factory at NAMPA, IDAHO jjj I THE IDAHO SUGAR I I 9 I CAPITAL I f f i O A 1VT "V FULLY PAID I f j 1 $3.5oo;ooo.oo KsKJRIir JlS I "P 1 ( I (t Factories, Idaho Falls and Sugar City 9 I ,L Pumping Station at Barker -JJ fl Officers of the above Companies Main of fices all three companies -JJ JOS. F.SMITH, President- i DESERET NEWS ANNEX X iJt HORACE G. WHITNEY, Sec. & Treas. J - J d " I V t r r i iti pr v p r m Fi f Ground Floor n 1 H Ai T. R. CUTLER, V. P. & Gen. Manager (M fll C 1 1 i tt " I f 2J r. w. young, Attorney JJ bait Lake City, Utah (t 4V j M Vi.(i('iiiiiii(i'i(ii....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

I Vol. 6; NosT V 3 V LT LAKE CITY. UTAH, DEC. 29, 1906. Pucs 5 Cent I Tribune and Ministerial Association Union B Editor Truth: Tho caption "Time B to Call a Halt," in tho Intermountain H Roimbllcan, this morning, caused me H to chaugo my subject in this week's W Truth. The displayed article in the Ropub I lican lays all tho blame of the false- hoods about Utah in the eastern press m to the Salt Lake Tribune. I will admit B that the Tribune Is a filthy beast in tho anti-Mormon hog wallow but the grunting of the Ministerial associa tion is what called the Tribune into It. Tho editorial in tho Now York Times of December 13th, referred to by the Republican, was inspired more by tho devil fish tracts of tho minis terial association than by tho Tribune. Of tho 15 scurllous anti-Utah tracts that aro being distributed by tho Pres byterian board of homo missions In Philadelphia and Now York, three aro from the Tribune and twelve were written by Mormon-hating preachers. Tho Tribune and tho M...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

I 2 TRUTH . f - the other is equipped to handlo the m" vastly complicated legal, business, and H political problem as few men anywhert. H nro equipped. A letter in which Mr. t Fisher embodied his conclusions wnb M enthusiastically praised by tho Chica- B go papers, Including tho ones control- H led by Mr. Hearst. Now, however, H that those conclusions liavo been put H into a proposed ordinance, tho "Amor- H lean" nnd tho "Examiner," bored by H sharing n position held by their rival papers, have decided to oppose the M FIshor-Dunno program, In hopes of at H quiring more limelight for themselves. H In doing so thoy follow a method whlc' H is tho Ilcnrst reliance. Tho "Amerl- H can" uayB, in heavy typo, that tho or- H (linanco "only allows tho present au- H thorlty tp operate" This statement H boldly ignores Section 22 of the pro- H posed ordinance, to which Mr. Ilcarsi H attention is besought. "Tho terms of H purchase are mado prohibitory as far ns possible." Truthfully put, thib H me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

- 1 ; truth: 3 I wo think, will the military powers of I Franco venture again to exalt them selves above the national government. Now It Is to bo seen whether the i church can succeed whero tho army failed, and whether tho authority which should be purely spiritual Is al so to be temporal whether Franco Is also to bo governed In civil processes at Paris or at Rome. Tho news fron. Franco will bo watched with grave anxiety, and yet with somo degree of assuranco that In tho end all must como right. Tho government Is, In tho last analysis, as resolute as It has been tactful and conciliatory, and it unquestionably Is supported by the overwhelming majority of tho peo ple. Under such circumstances Its de termination to enduro no hierarchical Impelum In republlca must certainly prevail, though It may bo at a cost . which both Franco and tho world would wish to spare." " Cardinal Gibbons, In a long and In teresting statement given out or. Thursday of last week, declares that tho American peo...

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