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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 February 1907

I i truth: ' I I in me social Realm H Mrs. C. VA Mason was the hostess H at a tea Monday afternoon at the H post, given in honor of Miss Mar- H garct Shearer. The guests only in- H eluded girls from town, who arc H members of the young society set.' H H Mrs. J. T. Clasbey gave the second H in the scries of entertainments for H her guest, Mrs. Wesley, Monday at H the Kcnyon. A luncheon was cn- H joyed in the private dining room, fol- H lowed by 500 in Mrs. Clasbcy's apart- H incuts. The guests of the afternoon M were Mrs. W. II. Dale, Mrs. O. B. M Hewitt, Mrs. W. W. Rivers, Mrs. A. M Sinclair, Mrs. John Willley, Mrs. Joy M Johnson, Mrs. George Armstrong, H Mrs. Frank McGauney, Mrs. Dulton H and Miss Sinclair. H H The date for the wedding of Miss H Mildred Ott and Thomas E. Anderson H of Blair, Nevada, has been set for H Wednesday evening, February 20th, H at the home of the bride's parents, H Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Ott. H M Mrs. Russell L. Tracy entertained H the New Bridge club Monday a...

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

TRUTH I RAYMOND HITCHCOCK'S CON-i- . , FESSION. This is he confession of Raymond ,i . Hitchcock, the Yankee comedian, who "' will open in Henry W. Savage's pro- I , duction of "A" Yankee Tourist,1' the I ' new comic opera by Richard Hard- jng Davis, Wallace Irwin and Alfred 11. Robyn, at the Studebaker Theatre, Chicago, on Monday, February 4th. He says: I came down from Auburn, N. Y., with twenty-five dollars in my clothes, and the "absolute certainty" that New York was clamoring for me as I had been a hit in an amateur perfor mance in Auburn and everybody said I "just ought to go on the stage." J The twenty-five dollars were soon only a bright spot in my memory, I and I found that, while I was well I known in Auburn, not even the street car drivers knew mc in New York. After a bit, I fell in with a fellow who was a regular "theatrical agen I cy." He had just about as much mon ey .as I had, and as we were doubtful pay in the boarding bouse where we were stopping we were relegated to...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 February 1907

H HENRY W. SAVAGE EXTERMI- H ' NATES THEATRE 3PECU- H LATION. HHl Much comment has been aroused Hi in New York, where the actions of Hi speculators have -recently aroused Hi public indignation by the publication Hi of the following in the New York World: HHl During all this discussion ancnt Hi ticket speculators and the strenuous Hi efforts that theatrical managers arc Hi making to suppress the sidewalk huck- HHl stcrs, it might interest some of the Hi play house proprietors who have Hi waged sporadic and noisy, but tin- HH successful war upon the "Hcrc's-two- HHl good-oncs-in-thc-sccond-row" boys to HH learn how Henry Wv Savage drove HH the brass lunged brokers from the HH corner of Madison avenue and 27th HH street in front of the Golden Theatre. HHl When "The College Widow" opened HH its engagement of thirty-eight weeks HH at the Golden Theatre, the Adc com- HH cdy proved to be what showmen term HH a cyclonic success. Every dramatic HH critic in New York heacped laurels HH upon t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 February 1907

TRUTH I SOME APHORISMS "It is not so much what you earn that makes you " rich as what you save." russell sage "The habit of saving is the road to prosperity." HENRY CLAY "A man's fortune is in his own hand." Lincoln "The art is not in making- money, but in saving- it." VANDERBILT "The savings bank is the gateway to success." WANAMAKER Show us one person who has become rich through wild speculation and we will show you a dozen who have become rich by saving Utah Savings and Trust Company No. 1 60 Main Street. Salt Lake City . THE BANK THAT PAYS FOUR PER CENT WALKERS' ALL SALT LAKE CHARITY SALE Next waek 5 PER. CENT of the total sales will be given to charity. - COME AND HELP WALKERS IN HELPING THE HELPLESS AND DISTRESSED ONES OF YOUR CITY Signs of spring are here. Our spring never goes dry, rain or shine " - its How is constant. RIEGER & LINDLEY, .1 . i . The Whiskey Merchants. f" Wines, Liquors and Cigars. I SALT LAKE THEATRES Next Weeks Bills: Monday and Tuesday Special Tuesday...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 February 1907

I s TRUTH . I truth: Issued Weekly by Truth Publishing Company, 32 Eagle Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. John W. Hughes, Editor and Mangr. Entered June 19, 1903, at Salt Lake City, Utah, as second-class matter, HBa under Act of Congress of Mar. 3, 1879 Terms of Subscription: HHl Postmasters sending subscriptions to TRUTH may retain 25 per cent of Hi subscription price as commission. Hi If the paper is not desired beyond the date subscribed for, the publica- HRl tion should be notified by letter two Hi weeks or more before term expires. Hi Discontinuances. HH Remember that the publisher must HH be notified by letter when a subscriber HH wishes his paper stopped; all arrears HHJ must be paid in full. HH Requests of subscribers to have HHJ their paper mailed to a new address, Br to secure attention, must mention for- HR mcr as well as present address. HH Address all communications to M TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY H Salt Lake City, Utah. HH All attempts to control the Colo- HH rado River havi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 February 1907

TRUTH 9 I ' AN OFFER OF ONE CENT POS- "' ' TAGE. ' t i A sharp and positive challenge to :4r the drift of scnt:mcnt toward govern ment ownership, says McClurc's, ar rested the attention of the country some weeks ago. A fifty-million-dol- lar corporation, represented by a Chi ' cago publisher and capitalist, pro , posed to take over the operation of the national postofficc, and to guaran tee under heavy bonds to cut the rate ' of postage in half. Directly consid- crcd, this is simply a great business I proposition; reversed, it is a definite l charge that we arc now paying double ,j. what wc should for our postal ser vice, because of the inefficiency of government operation. The promoters of the proposed pri vate enterprise said to be highly suc cessful and practical men, especially in the field of transportation, bc i lieve that their plan, if it could be given a trial, would be surely profit able for two reasons: first, because the lower rate on both first and scc ' ond-class mail ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 February 1907

H . .10 truth: I I flMIISFMFNTS . M Salt Lake theatre Dark. HHl Orphcum. High class vaudeville, HHl matinee and night. HH Lyric. "Brother for Brother," mat- HH incc today, performance tonight. fl HH Coming Attractions. HHf Salt Lake tiieatrc. Next week, HH1 "Forty-five Minutes from Broad- way," "At Yale," The Virginian. HH Lyric theatre. "The Bushrangers." HH One week beginning Sunday, I'd). 3d. HH Early in the week James O'Neill H came to town with millions of francs HH jingling in the pockets of "Monte Hl Cristo." 1 don't know just how long H Mr. O'Neill had played the romantic HH part of Edinoud Dantcs. The Dumas HH here was a prisoner in the Chateau HB D'lf for some eighteen years. Prob- HH ahly for a longer time than that HH O'Neill has been exclaiming "The fHH World is Mine!" HH This is said to be the farwcll tour fHI of James O'Neill in "Monte Cristo.'" HH If this be so, where, in the wide world HH of actors, will be found another who, HH in voice and gesture can so effectual...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 February 1907

l ,. . . , . ,11 L . i n ii - r BABABA i T 7 ja nv"ty 2wVAYJk, BBV MR. ANDOLIN AND MISS CLARK, WHO WILL SING AT THE TABERNACLE NEXT THURSDAY. t of the most interesting features of the book, accurately depicting the life on the plains over a quarter of a century ago. In the first act, the Virginian comes as a guest to the party at Uncle Howie's, in the hope of becoming better acquainted with the new school mistress, whom he has previously saved from drowning, when the stage coach, in which she arrived, was in danger of tipping over in the river. His advances arc spumed, but he is persistent. In this act he renews his quarrel with Trampas, the villainous range rider, and finally assuages his defeat in love by mixing up the babies left sleeping in an adjoining room. The second act at Judge Henry's ranch shows the Virginian promoted to be foreman of the outfit, relates his slow but determined progress in the love affair with Molly Wood, dis closes his wclh meant, friendship for Steve, w...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 February 1907

I u truth: I H OREGON SHORT LINE R. R. H ARRIVE. M Xo. 4 l"rom Ogdcn, Clii- M cago, Omaha, St. Louis, H Kansas City and Denver 5:15 a.m. No. 8 From Ogdcn, Port- land, Butte and San l'ran- Cisco - 8:30 a.m. m No. 6 From Ogdcn and 111- termediate points ..... 9:30 a.m. No. 12 From Ogdcn, Cache Valley, Malad, Park City M and intermediate points 11:45 a.m. M No. 18 From Chicago, Omaha, Ogdcn and other points 6:25 p.m. M No. 2 iFrom Ogdcn and San fl Francisco - 4:10 p.m. M No. 10 From Ogdcn, Lo- gan, Duttc, Portland and San Francisco 735 p.m. DEPART. H No. 5 For Ogdcn, Omaha, H Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis and Park City 7:10 a.m. No. 7 For Ogdcn, Logan, H Portland, Butte, San Fran H cisco and intermediate points - 10:30 a.m. m No. iFor Ogden, Omaha, H Chicago, Denver, Kansas H City, St. Louis and San Francisco - 1:30 p.m. M No. 11 For Ogden, Cache M Vnllev Mnlnd. Coalville. H and intermediate points 4:10 p.m. H No. 17 For Ogden, Omaha, H Chicago and other points 5:55 " . B N. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 February 1907

truth: 13 H j LAWYER'S DIRECTCRY. Anderson, T. J., 222 Atlas Block. Armstrong. S. P., 120-123 Commcr A cial Block. Ashworth, T.. 312 Dooly Bldg llackman, G. II., basement 32 South Main St. 1 Hagley, E. Mi. 36 Deseret News Bldg llagley, J. A., 44 Templcton Bldg. 1 Bailey, J. H., Jr., 7 Deserel National ! Bank Bldg. Baldwin, Charles, 274-5 Commercial I Block. Bicrcr, Everard, Jr., 300 Aucrhach 1 Bldg. I Bird, W. H., 401 Scott Bldg. I Booth & Lee, 500-2 Aucrbach Bldg. Bowdlc. J. R., 89 Commercial Block. Boyd, C. VV., 400 McCornick Bldg. , - Bowman, J. M., 94 Commercial Block. 1 -w Bradley & Pischcl, 300-4 Atlas Block. , BrafTct, M. P., 518 Dooly Bldg. Brcedcn & Farnswortli, 31 5 D. I'. Walker Bldg. Browne, II. C, 231 D. F. Walker Bldg Browne, T. E., 26-7 Commercial Blk. , Cannon & Irvine, 512-14 Templcton Bldg. Casey, A. W., 95 Commercial Block. Cherrington, Penel, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Cherry & Pardee, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Christensen, A. E., 313 D. F. Walker Bldg. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 February 1907

H " truth: H 1). CLEGG, H r Attorney. H Aucrbach Building. H NOTICE. In the District Court, Probate Di- H vision, in and for Salt Lake County, 1 State of Utah. H In the matter of the estate of Catll- H crinc I3ai, deceased. Notice. H Tiic petition of George Coulam, H praying for the issuance to himself of H letters of administration of the cs- H tatc of Catherine Dai, deceased, has H been set for hearing on Saturday, the H 2nd day of February, A. D. 1907, at M 10. o'clock, a. 111., at the County Court H house, in the Court room of said 1 Court, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake H County, Utah. m Witness the Clerk of said Court H with the seal thereof affixed, this H 16th day of February, A. D. 1907. M (Seal) J. U. ELDREDGE, JR., M Clerk. H By W. II. FARNSVVORT1I, H Deputy Clerk. M Brigham Clcgg, Attorney for Pqti- M THOMAS F. ASHWORTII, H Attorney. H 412 Dooly Illock. M SUMMONS. H In the District Court of the Third H Judicial District of the State of Utah, M County of 'Salt Lake. H Emma ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 February 1907

TRUTH 15 I . NEVADA STATE GAZETTEER AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I It will contain an accurate business directory of every city, town and vil li; lagc in the state. A descriptive sketch 'J, of each place will be Riven, cmbrac f ing various items of interest. Lists of government and county officers f will also be included in the work, as well as census statistics, hotels, news i papers, terms of courts, postoffices, express and telegraph offices, etc. An important feature will be the classi- tied directory, giving,.evcry line of ' business, arranged under its special f heading. Gazattcer per copy, $600 ' Adertising rates on application. R. L. POLK & CO.. e Publishers. ' W. P. Coooer, Sec. and Mgr., (J17-620 Dooly Building, 't. Salt Lake City, Utah. f EVANS & EVANS, Attorneys. 411-412 ATLAS BLOCK. NOTICE TO CREDITORE. Estate of James Edward Campbell, deceased. , Creditors will present claime with ouchcrs to the undersigned at 41 2 Atlas Block, Salt Lake City. Utah, on or before the...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 February 1907

10 TRUTH 1 li I I One-Night Tram I Denver to Chicago H Leaves Union Station, Denver, 4:35 p. m., arrives H Chicago, 9:55 p. m., next day only one night on H the road. H Smooth track large roomy berths. Arrive in the H heart of Chicago close to the wholesale district H and within easy reach of leading hotels. The route H is via Union Pacific Line and the I CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. I PAUL RAILWAY H Double daily train service Ogden to Chicago.Toj u'mprt)f ' H Denver to Chicago. H Tickets of all agents or from H C. S. WILLIAMS, 106 West Second South Street H Commerciat Agent, SALT LAKE, UTAH x I I YOUNG BROTHERS CO,, r I PIANOS, ORGflNSTSEWING MMhWIs H BOTHPHONES I 23 West First South St., SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH H THE TOURIST'S FAVORITE ROUTE. I Through Salt Lake CitylScenic Colorado I TO ALL POINTS EAST. 3 FAST FLYERS DAILY BETWEEN OGDEN A AND DENVER, CHOICE OF ROUTES. vJ I Through Pullman and Tourist Sleepers 1 From Ogden or Salt Lake I To St.. Louis and Chicago With Change of Cars....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 February 1907

I Vol. 6; No. 22. . SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 9, 1907. Price 5 Cents. I Legislative Affairs The indications at this time arc that the legislature will pass the bill changing the form of the municipal government of Salt Lake City to what is known as the Galveston plan, abol ish the mayor and city council sys tem and place municipal affairs with a commission of three and an auditor to be elected by the city voters of the city at large. The measure seems to be gaining ground not only among the members of the legislature, but with the general public. If the bill passes the election of the cdmmis hioncrs and auditor will probably I take place next November, and the new rcgrcmc be instituted on the first of January after the expiration of the terms of the present city officials. J Under the proposed new system it will be aimed to keep municipal af fairs out of politics as much as pps Ssible. If the plan is' adopted it would obviate the necessity of the lcgisla 1 ture passing a bill r...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 February 1907

I 2 TRUTH ' I H in being subject to kings, presidents, B rulers and magistrates, in obeying, Hi honoring and sustaining the law." H' Mr. McMillan states that the Mor- Hr nions stood on this article, and it H was Mormons who murdered 130 H peaceful people at Mountain Meadows in 1857. H Mr. McMillan quotes from John D. H Lee, who was executed for murder to H' give this at tile a reverse meaning. B Mr. McMillan advertises to the world B (and the Presbyterian Hoard of Home H Missions arc distributing his false- B hoods) that the majority of the peo- H pic of Utah were taught to murder, HJ that they did murder, and- they now HJ stand 011 articles of faith which now Hj teaches them to murder. Another H tract which the Presbyterian Board H of Home Missions is distributing is Hj from the Salt Lake Tribune, entitled, Hj "Some Startling Disclosures of an Hj Awful Community Condition." This HJ tract is too vile to comment 011. It HJ pictures Utah as a community of lewd HJ women, our homes as h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 February 1907

1 TRUTH 3 M - - iMBBI Lyric theatre WEEK STARTING 4 SUNDAY February 10 THE COMEDY DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS "A Pledge ' Of Honor" Prices, 10, 20, 30 Cts Matinees, 10 and 20 Cts' MATINEES Wed. and Saturday BRYAN AND BURR. Not for the purpose of informa tion, but in order to have a line to hang tins verbal wash on, permit me to use a homely but strictly true ap horism A miss is as good as a mile. Like every other truth, however, it has its counterpart and can be made expressive of something regretful as well as something gratifying. The one who invented the phrase intended it to apply to undesirable occurrences or results escaped on the hair-breadth plan and of course gave no thought to- such things as missing the street car that you expected to convey you to an appointment of importance with a very punctual person who has it in mind to do you a great favor, nor anything of that kind, or he would have used the word "bad" instead of "good" and have employed something more striking and express...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 February 1907

( I I in tile Social Realm H Mrs. Francis Pastorius, who has H spent the past few weeks with Mr. H mid Mrs. Ernest Weinberger, left Wednesday for her home in Colorado H Springs. H H Dr. II. D. Ilincs has returned from H CliicaKO, wlicrc he spent the past few H weeks. H H Mrs. M. A. Lane and daughter, H Vera, left Monday evening for Los H Angeles. H Mrs. Fred MoGurrin has gone t0 H the coast for a stay of some weeks. H I Arthur Fanvell of the Wa-Wan H press gave a lecture recital Tuesday H ' evening at the Ladies' Literary club H under the auspices of the music sec- H I Mr. and M,rs. W. L. Mangum of H Provo, arc spending a few (lays in H the city. M I Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Quigley H have returned from a five weeks' visit H in the cast. ks I Mrs. A. J. Hoffman and Mrs. II. E. H Giles entertained about thirty friends H Monday afternoon in honor of Miss H Effic Wilson. The house was decor- H atcd with red hearts and red bells, H and at the tea which followed an in- ' formal afternoon,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 February 1907

- ' T M fed i H I TROTH-- I , 1 RESOLUTIONS OF CENSURE. I'rotn sonic place the official seal H is dim and cannot be read, although it looks like some town in Iowa comes a scries of resolutions to the State Journal. Here arc said reso- : lutions: Whereas, We, the members of lo cal union No. 3741, U. M. W. of A., having individually informed our selves concerning the case of Messrs. Mover, Haywood and Pcttibonc, now m prison in the State of Idaho, and having considered both sides, as set forth by the capitalistic press on one side, ftnd the labor press on the other side; and Whereas, Wc have observed: FiVst That the capitalistic press has shown continual and persistent hostility towards the defendants and the cause represented by them, by at . publishing only the accusations and w w stories supplied to them by detectives and other persons, who have openly avov,ed their enmity toward defend ants, and who arc so interested in their' conviction; and by their silence in regard to sworn st...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 February 1907

I i TRUTH : 1 WHY THE CANAL BY CON- .TRACT? By Frederick Palmer. "All wlio arrive with a new idea, 7 they are so confident," said an old y Frenchman who has been on the Isth- .- nuts for twenty-five years. "11 rains; the sun is hot; they find the idea is old, and they go away wilted and i wet. Yes, yes, this canal, it makes 1 many experiences." Now comes the "experience of the is. contract. We do not go to the con tractor with a proposition that be shall do the work on the total cost. The right of sanitary control, of po lling, and of government generally is reserved to the United Slates. All t onr tracks, dredges, steam shovels, rolling' stock, tools, and material what soever in operation, in transit, or or ' dercd, arc put under the contractor's control. In the future we are to buy all ma- J tcrial and mac'J'mery except small 4' tools, and to pay all the wages except s those of contractor's ncrsonal organi zation. He is simi ly the agent of ex ecution who works by the piece in ste...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 February 1907

HMJHIHHHIHHHHHHiHlMMMIHlHlHMHIHIHHHHHMMM MH IB TRUTH 7 SALT LAKE TtlEATKSS ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, FEB. 11 First Appearance in Salt Lake City cf the Distinguished English Artiste OLQA NeTHeRSOLe Supported by FRANK MILLS and her London Company DIRECTION OF LOUIS NETIIERSOLE Presenting the following Rg, ertoirc: Monday " " " Evening S A P H O 'luesday ' Evening THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY Wednesday """"TT-TTT Matinee SAP HO . ' W'dnCEviing ADRIENNE LECOUVREUR 'Ihursdav Evening j CARMEN Friday " Evening S A P H O Saturday '." Matinee S A P H O Saturday . TT Evening S A P H O Prices: 53c, 75c, Oi.oo, $1.50, $2.00. Nights and Matincc3 Matinee Performances begin at 2 p. 111. sharp Evening Performances begin at 8 p. in. sharp I WALKER'S STORE Monday we start the greatest sale of women's, misses and children's shoes ever inaugurated in Salt Lake City. New lasts, great variety, of best qualities and greatest reductions combined to bring the greatest crowd of sho...

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