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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

I 4 ---, . TRUTH 1 I $m$ CHRISTMAS I flrSflft SUGGESTIflNS' I hwffijJMi'J&to M House Coats, Dress- H Ifi WMlnSwk 'I ing Gowns and Bath I dlMSfflElIPll N The smaller necessities JWIluWM a,so in Handker- MwSM !' . chiefs, Suspenders, ( WJImS f - , Gloves, Night Robes, Jfjm" Pajamas, Mufflers. H A (T w t Wo ihow splendid assortments. SOLE AGENTS .. . . . SOLE AGENTS H For Dr. Dclmcl Linen OIIIMO (U UlUCl Dr. Jaeger Sanitary Wool M Mesh Underwear Underwear. - - - I BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO. TELEPHONE 193-2 Rings 166 MAIN STREET 1 I I f IN THE SOCIAL REALM HH I H Mr. and Mis. T. 13. Nuwiiiiin enter- (alnod a party or little peoplo for H ' Christmas ovonlng at their new home H on Fifth street. An Immense Christ H mas tree, a real Santa Clans, a magic H lantern were pleasing features. About H twenty-live little people enjoyed the affair. Air. and Mrs. MV -Montague' Ferry H entertained at a family dinner and a H Christmas treq-' for the two ' Ferry families and their little friend...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

1 I TRUTH I l Miss Ida Hanauer entertained at a II bridgo tea Thursday in honor of Mrs. K J. It. Young ot Denver. & it Dr. and Mrs. G. D. Pfoutz entertain- Iod at a children's dancing party Thurs day evening. i Mrs. S. 0. Lninbourno entertained Tuesday at a dinner in honor of Mrs. J. A. Gibson. The decorations were Christmas gteens and American Beau ties. Covers were laid for twelve. it it An enjoyablo Christmas dance In which tho younger set participated was given Wednesday evening at the Sadler home on Eleventh East street. Miss Eloise Sadler, Miss Pearl Van Cott, Miss Jenna-Bud Gcddes, and Miss Florence Kimball presiding as hostesses. Tho whole lower floor was given over to dancing. The Christmas decorations adding to tho beauty of tho scene. Tho guests were In olnb 01 ate evening costume. Mrs. June Sadlei-Donnel, assisted by Miss Addle Zano and Miss Katherlne Geddes served punch. it it Miss Hazel Calder entertained Wed nesday evening at a Christmas party, when old fnshloued ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

I 6 truth: 1 I Si! AMUSEMENTS:!: H Salt Lake theatre "Sultan of Su- H lu," matinee today, performance to- night. Opheum High class vaudovlllo to H day and tonight. H Lyric A Desperate "Chance," mati M neo today, performance tonight. M Coming Attractions. H Salt Lake theatre Alberta Gallatin, Dec. 21-Jnn. 1; "Babes In Toy land," Jan. 2; "Little Duchess," Jan. 3-5. M Lyric theatre "A Fight for a For M tune," ono week beginning Decembei 30th. M Earley In the week John Cort Intro- M duced us co Maudo Fealy, who was M boldly proclaimed as "America's M youngest star." I would not dispute H the word of John Cort even when he M makes use of the press agents' license. M upon the public either herself or hei fl bill-board promises so far he has M kept faith with theatre goers In Salt M Lake. Maude Fcaly, although a star, m Is still too young to have impresses fl upon the public either herself or her M art. But that she Is an actress oi M promise is the opinion of those who m saw her spinning ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

1 TRUTH 1 I I) ull forma of megrims In all typos 01 ll humanity. V The prescription put up by the man- I agement of the Orphoum for next i week's doses, to bo taken twlco dally, I has all tho necessary Ingredients to I cure dyspepsia superinduced by tot. much Christmas fare. Tho most ex pensive, and .consequently satisfying, splco In tho vaudeville potion la Mr. Charles P. Semon, "The Narrow Pol ler," who la a comedian with a mono logue repertoire calculated to crack a marble headstone. Ho has tho record for creating moro genuino fun with less apparent effort than tho average monoiogulst la able to do. A good tonic that leaves a pleasant taste are tho Musical Avolos, a quar tette of xylophonlsts who are entitled to tho word "premier" In their billing. Their renditions are a happy medium between the classic and tho latest light music. Elsewhere where vaudevlllo Is es tablished tho Dillon brothers are the household names that stand for fun, good measure, pressed down and run ning over...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

I 8 TRUTH I TRUTH H Issued Weekly by Truth Publishing Company. H 32 Eaglo Block, Salt Lake City. Salt Lake City H John W. Hughes, Editor andManngar H Entered June 19, 190:1, at Salt Lake City, Utah M as second-class matter, under aot of Coucress H of March 3. 1879' M Term of Subscription. ONK YKAR In advance) $2.00 SIX MONTHS (In ailvuuce) 1.00 THHIiK MONTHS I In advance) 7f m Postmasters seudliiersubscrlptlons to TKU ril H may retain 2 per cent of subscription price m as commission. H If the paper li not desired beyond the date H subscribed for, the publication ahould be M notiUed by letter two weelu or more before H the term expires. B Discontinuance. M Remember that the publisher must be notl- B lied by letter when a subscriber wishes hu M naprr stopped; all arreurs must be paid in M Hequesta of subscribers to have their paper 1 mailed to a new address, to secure atteu- 1 tlon, must mention former as well us pres- 1 ant address. H Address all commuulcatlousto TRUTH HUH LlslllNU C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

, TRUTH 9 THE CAR SHORTAGE. I (Uy John E. Lathrop in Collier's.) Prom cities, towns, and villages, from farms, factories, ranches, and mountains, poured forth recently an army of angry citizens to meet at Eu gene, centre of the famed Willlametit valley, rich province in the kingdom of E. H. Harrlman. There were men of labor's stamp, men of miner's garb, men of well-groomed mien from Port land, men of every shade of political boliei'. .Hotels were filled; citizens opened their homes. The little city on the banks of the Wllllametto was for the Tj time the centre of a propaganda which bodes discomfort for the railroad ii , usurpers of industrial power. J ' "Wo want cars in which to haul our products to market!" cried tho first speaker in the mass meeting. Tho applause was deaflnlng; that was the koy-notc of tho gathering. A legislative program was outlined, and all newspapers of tho state printed it with commendation. That program Is the expression of an outraged pcop.e It will bo carr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

V " n I Why the newspapers of Salt Lake are opposed I to a State railroad commission H Readers at Tmth aro" watching with H Intel cat the opposition that haB been H ci cated hi thu movement Inaugurated Pj by tho Manufacturers and Met chants' ! association lor the creation ot a stnto M mill cad commission. M 'lhu publication of tho association, M "AdurebS to ilio People," was tho slg- M nnl lor strenuous opposition on tho M pan of Uio newspapers ot bait LaLo M City, with tno possible exception ot M tho iiuermountaln ltepubllcun. M it seems but lair to tno luanufnetur- M eis and Merchants' association that Hj the teal position ot tno newspaper M tnat lire antagonistic snould bo Known m to ineiu ana mo public, fl 'ino neuua seems to have vtakcii M the lead against tno proposed meus- fl uie, and is most bitter in its nntago- M nism and perversion ot tacts. It may H bo wen to expiain that the Herald Is u M lallioad paper, tirst, last and all the M time. It is owned and controlled ab- Hj ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

1 TRUTH 11 I - work, that tho nervous constitution of women makes It more detrimental to them than to men; and that it is not for the public good, that tho next gen eration should spring from sickly mothers. Night work, moreover, ex poses women to greater peril with re gard to moral conduct, and it Is neith er sate nor pleasant for women to be traveling tho street during tho hour ot general rest. The Npw ork Trlbunt indorses the action of tho Consumers' league, and hopes that they will keep up tho light to the end. Speaking ot tho ground on which the league takes Its stand this journal says: "Night work Is notoriously less healthtul than day work for botn men and women. Women aro unquestion ably weaker than men, and it may reasonably bo maintained that what is physically narmful for men at tho besi is much more harmful for women. So cial conditions also render it so. Wo men can not sarely bo about at night as men can. They are subject to insult and to unhealthful moral inlluences. T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

v (4 I 12 TRUTH I r "What Is worth dolnrt A i to worth dolnft well. , F.W.Gardiner Co. H Printers I H Binders H 216. S. W. Temple St. M Phones: 249 Show tvnd Commorclo.1 H I Printing o. Spocle.Ity. J I R. L. POLK & CO. H W. P. COOPER, SICTY MQR M DIRJECTOR.Y PUBLISHERS. H City Directories, State Cazctteers, Blue H Books, National Trade H Directories. H 617-620 Dooly Bldg. H Tel. 39-Either Line l SALT LAKE CITY. H Branches at Ogden, Boise, Pueblo, Col- H orado Springs and Cheyenne. H H TRUTH Is a legal journal. Send In H your Mining Notices, Assessment No- M tlces, and Delinquent Notices. TRUTH H OFFICE. 241 South West Temple. B DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD H CUIIHENT TIME TAIII.E, H In Effect June 3, 100(1. LEAVE SALT SAKE CITY. H No. 10 Fur Holier, Provo B and Murysvule ... KiOO n.m. 1 Co. 112 For Bingham BiI0u.ro. H .o. 102 For l'ark City 8il3n.ni. Jo. 6 For Denvor and East HiSOn.m. H No. 13 For Ogden UiOjp.m. H No. ID For Ogden 8ilOn.ni. No. 20 For Denvor und tlio M Cast ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

m Mm I Lawyer's Directory. I Anderson, T. J., 222 Atlas Blk. 1 Armstrong, S. P., 120-123 Commercial s Blk- Ashworth, T, F., 312 Dooly Bldg. Backman, G. H., basement 32 So. Main St. .Bagley, E. M., 316 Deseret News Bldg. Bagloy, J. A., 404 Templcton Bldg. Bailey, J. H., JR., 7 Deseret Natl. Bk. Bldg. Baldwin, Charles, 274-76 Commercial Blk. Bierer, Everald, Jr., 300 Auerbach Bldg. Bird, W. H 401 Scott Bldg. Booth & Lee, 500-602 Auerbach Bldg. Bowdle, J. It., 89 Commercial Blk. Bowman, J. M., 94 Commercial Blk. Boyd, C. V., 400 McCornlck Bldg. Bradley & PIschel, 300-304 Atlas Blk. 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., 20-27 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. Chrlstonsen, A. E., 14 Commercial Blk. Chnstonsen,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

I 14 rTRXJTH H 55ANT3 & STRINGFELLOW, Attys., D. F. Walker Bldg. H SUMMONS. H In tho District court of the Thlra Judicial District of tho Stato of Utah, County of Salt Lake. Clara McCourt, plaintiff, vs. Clem H ent Hugh McCourt, defendant. Sum M mons. Tlio Slate of Utah, to tho said de m fendant: M You nro hereby summoned to np- M pear within twenty days after the sor- M vlco of this summons upon you, if M sorved within the county in which this fl ' action is brought, otherwise, within fl thirty days after service, and defend M tho abovo entitled action; and in caso fl of your failure so to do, judgment will M bo rendered against you according to M tho demand of tho complaint, of which M a copy is nerowith sorved upon you. ZANE & STRINGFELLOW, M Plaintiff's Attorneys. H P. O. Address, D. F. Walker Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah. H SUMMONS. H MOYLE & VAN COTT. H Attorneys, DESERET DANK BUILTJING. In tho District Court of tho Third Judicial District of tho Stato of Utah, M Co...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

truth: i s I fgj GOLDFIELD, - - NEVADA j I i TEN WINNERS! NO LOSERS! I j Our 1906 Record Unparalleled in 111 I gj the World's History of Mine-Making JH I j THE L. M. SULLIVAN TRUST COMPANY was incorporated in February, f I Iggj - 1906. Barring the Bullfrog Rush Mining Company (which it promoted in 8 I Egg April and later withdrew, refunding the money paid to it for stock when the prop- jgp I feS erty failed to make good, standing the entire loss itself), here is a list of all the I fegj companies promoted by the Sullivan Trust Company during its entire career. gb53 fec FIRST SAIE OF Original Market 3 I 31S treasury stock NAME OF COMPANf Dislrict ""i mm fgg 2jaJ Price Dec. 15 353 rSj February Jumping Jack Manhattan .30 .55 ftCW I US M I SC5 March Slray Dog Manhallan 55 .70 - o fcdy April Indian Camp Manhallan .30 1.10 fe&vl I gjgij fl September Eagles Nest Faitview 35 .42 & I j I October As-You-Ltkelt Manhallan 25 .30 jgg I j Oclober Lou Dillon Goldlield 30 .40 $5! I HP?! Nov...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 December 1906

I 16 TRUTH I Eastern Excursions for All H One Fare Plus $2.00 for the Round Trip H to All Points in W. P. A. Territory I' Tickets on Sale Dec. 1 8 M , Salt Lake, Ogden and all R. G. V. main lino points to m Omaha, Council Bluffs, Kansas City, Loavonworth, B St. Joseph and Atchinon and return 32 00 M Sam points to Chicago and return 4l.r0 H Same points to St. Louis and return 1)9.50 H Samo points to St. Paul, Minneapolis and return 41.00 1 C)prap m llnifty low rites to hu-idrods of other enstern points Ticket B good returning sixty days from dato or salo and stop-overs allowed at and west of Missouri River ten days going and up to final -limit of tickets B returning. M Through Pullman and Tourist Sleepers in connection with the Denver & Rio Grande or Colorado MidUnd. M For further infonna' ion and sleeping car accommodations, call on, write H or telephone to I fpfifiiBiBI R F NESLEN General Agent, I llMuillmlfTll c' B &QRY H MjlJIIUUIjIJ 79 w- Second South Street, Salt Lake C...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 January 1907

I I I Vol. 6; No. 23 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JAN. S, 1907. Prick 5 Cemts H , . . H I . TELL THE TRUTH ABOUT UTAH. M Tho Intermountaln Republican and H Mr. Peet tell us that thq Tribune and M the preachers are responsible for tho M slanderous and false reputation of H our fair state. While this Is partly H true It Is not wholly so. The Commer- m clal club, the Merchants and Manufac- M turers' association, and the Real Es- 1 tate exchange are equally to blame. 1 Their silence and cowardice Is almost M as contemptible as the lies of the H preachers and the Tribune. The Real M Estuto exchange is the most con- B temptlble of the three because while H pretending to boost Salt Lake its H members, or a good many of them, H sympathize with and help the Tribune M to knock. M A newspaper man interviewed a H dozen or so of tho leading Gentile H merchants in regard to the dastardly M policy of the Tribune. Everyone of H them condemned tho Tribuno in the H strongest terms possible, but refused H to...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 January 1907

I TRUTH 1 H , LEGISLATURE MEETS JAN. 14. H A week from next Monday tho stato legislature Will mcqt with tho foliow 1 lng named mombcrs: M Senators. First District Peter Cites, Tooclo City. Second District IIorachoL Bullcn, 1 Jr., Logan. Third Dlstrlct'-Wesloy K. Walton, Woodruff. Fourth District E. T. Hulaniskl, Ogdcn; Charles R. Holllngsworth, B Ogdcn. Fifth District Frederick Rasoand, Park City. Sixth District Bonner X. Smith, Salt Lake; W. N. Williams, Salt Lake; S. H. Lqvo, Salt Lake; George N. Lawrence, Salt Lako; Samuel C. Park, M 'Salt Lako. H Seventh District Henry Gardnor, Spanish Fork; John Y. Smith, Lohi. Eighth District T. C. Callistcr, Fill M moro. Ninth District Willis Johnson, Cir H clovlllo. Elovonth District Albert E. Miller, H St. Gcorgo. Twelfth District Alonzo Drinker H 'hoff, Emery. 1 House of Representatives. First District Willard S. Hansen, Fielding. H Second District H. A. Poderscn, H Logan; Drlgham A. Hendricks, Lowls- ton; W. M. Maughan, Wellsvillo. Third ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 January 1907

1 -aM 1 TRUTH 3 I k N WHERE THEOSOPHY IS PUT INTO R " PRACTICE. 1 Point Loma, tho homo of tho theo- sophlcal brotherhood in California made by Mr. Ray Starinard Baker, f the Literary Digest says, Is a practical f reallaztion of "the evolution phlloso phy of Spencer and Darwin carried 9 out to its logical and ultimate expres sion; teaching that tho law of pro gressive development works in the realm of tho spiritual existence as it does in that of physical exist ence." This settlement presents, ac cording to his articlo in The Ameri can Magazine (January), "a group of clutivated men and women, inspired or perverted, according to one's point of view, by a faith so ardent, so strango to ordinary knowledge, that they had left their former homes, f their business, and even their friends 0 and relatives, had settled upon a far 1 and wonderfully beautiful point of ju, land reaching out into tho Pacific ' ocean from Southern California, and were thero seeking the ideal life, as they conceive...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 January 1907

I I 1 TRUTH I H IN THE SOCIAL REALM gjggj I H Miss Mildred Mano entertained H Monday evening In honor of her six- H tccnth birthday. Flvo hundred was H tho gamo of the evening, cards being H followed by a watch partv. The host- H ess was assisted during tho evening H by tho Misses Gladys McConaughy, H Bess Mano and Graco Sullivan. Tho H following guests wcro present: Misses Both Buckingham, Frances Cowan, H Gladys McConaughy, Calla Crane, Ed- H na Linen, Helen Hartloy, Emma M Brown, Elslo McMillan; Messrs. Mor- H ton Chcesman, Harold Peck, Darwin M Richardson, Carl Snow, Earl Farns- H worth, Austin Landonborgor, Theo- H doro Walker, Earl Toombs, Ben Han- H sen, Bruco Wcdgowood and James H Bunn. H Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Rl.tcr enter- H taincd a party of friends at a watch M party Monday evening, followed by an M old-fashioned 'midnight supper. The H rooms wero bright with Christmas M bells nnd festoons and wreaths of hoi- H ly. Thirty guests wcro present, tho H affair being in honor of M...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 January 1907

I TRUTH 5 I j HARDSHIPS OF PROSPERITY. Only a few weeks ago tho press of the entlro country, says tho Literary DIgost, were lifting a pean of exulta tion over our national proscprlty as rovealed in recent statistics a pros g, perlty so amazing, according to the editor of Tho Manufacturers Record, that wo cannot measure tho meaning of it "until wo learn to think In bil lions." But of late, in lieu of tho Joy ous chorus, wo aro beginning to hoar occasional voices raised in misgiving and perturbation. Most notablo among ! these is tho utterance of tho retiring Secretary of tho Treasury, Leslie M. Shaw, who, speaking at a Washington banquet, said that "Wo who pray should ask God to save us from any increased prosperity; wo havo all we can stand." Awed by tho "appalling I staturo" the country has reached, Mr. jf Shaw added with evident apprehension that ho "did not know what was going to becomo of us." His pessimistic I presentation of tho fact that "wo aro growing more crops than wo can...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 January 1907

I 6 TRUTH 1 SHAMUSEMENTSig B Salt Lako theatre "Littlo Duch- 1 ess," iMlneo today, performance to- night. H Orphoum High class vaudeville, H matlneo todaj, peifoi'manco tonight. 1 Lyr'.c "A right for a Fortune," H matinee and night performance. & & M Coming Attractions. B Salt Lake theatre Florence Rob- Hl crts, Jan. 7-10. H Lyric "Woman aglilnst Womaty" H one week beginning Sunday, Jan. Cth. M Alberta Gallatin, who was here H early In the week as "Dorothy Ver H non," Is favorably remembered fiom H her previous appearance in Ibsen's M "Ghosts." And, although to recall fl that famous play and tho work of the B actress Is to send shivers down the H back still wo havo never forgotten B tho really artistic Impression she B made in a drama far from sympa- thetlc. H All patrons of the book lovers libra- ry In Salt Lako knew their "Dorothy Vornon of Hnddon Hall" before the HI coming of the stago version. Wo HI knew hor to be a Shakespearian com H blnatlon of Katherlno with a shrowi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 January 1907

truth: 7 I THE TRUTHFUL PRESS AGENT. Thoro la scheduled an unusual num ber of high class features at tho Or pheum next week, all of which will be factors In packing tho house un doubtedly, and Incidentally tho Or phcum has entertained some great ad vertising audiences during tho past . month so that the number of people that have tho vaudeville habit In the chronic form are getting to bo numer ous in Zion. Tho truthful press agent who staked his reputation on tho Four Bardj, the Gllnsorettis et al, and still retains it again comes forward with tho asser tion that In the Four Lukens Salt Lake will seo tho top-notchers in aerial per formers. This team claims to bo the Qeorglanna Is a braw lasalo who sings tho old Scotch songs in a fashion seldom attained by others than tho na tives. Sho was discovered by tho Duko and Duchess of Portland on their estate at Cessnock Caatle, Ayr shire, and sent by them to tho Royal Academy, Hanover Square, London. 3ho started her professional career .vit...

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