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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 March 1907

I I I TRUTH I in the social Realm H H A pretty home wedding was that H! of Miss Louise Young, daughter of H'l Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence 11. Young, B and Mr. Thomas J. Carrigan, which H took place on Tuesday evening at H the home of the bride's parents on H, Second street. TIic" ceremony was H performed by Rev. Father Curran of ' St. Mary's Cathedral. Miss llallic Hi Cummings was bridesmaid and Fred Hf Roulet best man. The bride was H handsonicly gowned and carried B white bride's roses. Miss Cummings was in pale blue and white silk and H carried pink roses. The residence H was very prettily decorated and dur fl ing the evening the guests, number U ing over half a huudicd, were enter al tained at supper. Mr. and Mrs. Car H rigan will reside in Goldficld. M M!rs. M. S. Woodward was the hos- M tess Tuesday at a bridge tea, at which H thirty or more of her friends were H entertained. Eight tables were filled H with the players, and a prize was H awarded the winner at each. A num- H her of o...

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

I TRUTH B ' ' ' "'f ! ll III llll I ! II 1 TRUTHS. Samuel Thurman is an able lawyer Hut it is safe to say that if lie hadn't been a Mormon he wouldn't have . been employed to defend Chief of Police Sheets. Lewis II. llccson, who for a num ber of yeacrs has ably conducted the mining department of the Dcserct News, will today sever his connection with that paper in order to entci the stock and mining brokerage business ' in partnership with Louis T. Gordon. The firm name will be Gordon & Bee son with offices in the Herald Build W ing. Mr. Gordon was the discoverer of the Round Mountain Mining dis trict, from which he reaped a golden harvest. Mayor Thompson, in his annual message, the Tribune says takes special pride in the excellent showing of econmony and cflicicncy in the various departments of the city gov ernment. It would be interesting to hear what the Mayor and the Tribune 1 would consider extravagance and inefficiency. Presurnrbly special ef ficiency is exemplified in the ...

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

I . TRUTH t BEAUTIES OF "MADAM (BUTTERFLY." Society in this city and the sur rounding country is loon to taste the long deferred vocal melodic and pas sionate orchestral sweets of Giaconio J Puccini's fascinating Japanese grand opera, "Madam lUittetlly." The woik I is in three acts and has proven a sen sational success in Em ope and Aiuer- !ca- Y It is the newest contrihution bj the com osir, who represents all that is modern and progicsshe in the Italian school of grand opera, to the ')! art-activity of the musical world, The J delight this David among the com- , posers of Italy gave this country in " the hohemianly frolicsome, yet tender melodies of "La lioheme," and tin. i passion-swept music of "Tosca" ' bqth first introduced by Mr, Savage is not forgotten. ).' Mr. Savage in his beautiful produc- i tion of fascinating ' Madam Hutter- il fly," has 'sought to make it a final 1 and convincing argument in favor of . grand opera in English. With this i object in view he has gathered ...

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

.:,- truth: I W lliiMO SUCH A THING AS RACE m ft suiE- 'jM pMyiM iwo ,ollK Icttcrs recently appeared i'Am wKlVin the London 'limes in which Mr. Wi ,fraS!ilney Webb, the well-known econ- Wl OTffonl'st :in1 professor in London Uni !W'i ?W'lrsity. pointed out the dangers ot ;$5iMWthe decreasing birth-rate, and stated 'ftf MOT that the superior fertility of the Irish Vwi M'jWthe Jews, and even the Chinese might " 'T'1 iv'WiSvei'tually result in their occupation '";tvi )MWf the present Anglo Saxon country. "'wl S?1!fi'fnesc lctu',s attracted nnich atten- 7 WU-t'"11 :m' promoted much discussion. "irt iWwJAcconliug to James W. Barclay, who lf.W AiUWwrito.s in The Minf-nth Century and ffill MJi'After n.ondou). tleic is, however, f ' v 1 ur'11" sllcl1 thing :h race suicide. Under ''''$ ftf. inr.roved condition-, of life families i i i i I'ldl' always and everywhere have become X 'f-" smaller. In the pooler classes they 'V&1 $ ' ' l'comc larger, and the general po..u '' 'uli WVn hition su...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 March 1907

B s TRUTH I truth: m Issued Weekly by H 'i Truth Publishing Company, H' 32 Eagle Block, i Salt Lake City, Utah. H John W. Hughes, Editor and Mangr. H. Entered June 19, 1903, at Salt Lake H City, Utah, as second-class matter, Hl under Act of Congress of Mar. 3, 1879 H Terms of Subscription: Hlf Postmasters sending subscriptions m j to TRUTH may retain 25 percent of Hli subscription price as commission. H," If the paper is not desired beyond 1 the date subscribed for, the publica tion should be notified by letter two weeks or more before term expires. - Discontinuances. ! Remember that the publisher must be notified by letter when a subscriber wishes his paper stopped; all arrears must be paid in full. M Requests of subscribers to have M their paper mailed to a new address, M to secure attention, must mention for- H mcr as well as present address. M Address all communications to TRUTH PUBLISHING COMPANY H; Salt Lake City, Utah. H 1 That the Tribune is being pretty 1 badly hurt is evid...

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

truth: I zcn of Salt Lake City if lie could make good the above statements. Doctor 1'aden also stated in Wash ington, D. C, February 17, 1907, Pub lished in the Wpshingtou Tost," That polygamy had been practiced more by Mormons in the last live years than in the twenty-five previous years." If Doctor I'adcn or the Rev. Dr. John I,. Leilich bnci gone on the stand and sworn to the above state ments, Senator Knox's vote might have been different and Senator Smoot might have been scut back to Utah long ago. And let it be remembered that not one of the anti-Smoot agitators who v went through the country telling the " misleading stories fy did to get signatures on their pci-'lioncrs to un seat Senator Smoot went on the stand to sustain one of the clnrgcs they had made. I would suggest to the people ol Philadelphia that before they allow any one from Utah to slander Senator Knox for making one of the most statesmanlike speech- to uphold the Constitution ever delivered in the United States ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 March 1907

HI I 1 AMUSEMENTS iSalt Lake theatre. Dark. Orphcutn. High class Vaudeville, matinee today, pcrfoiniancc tonight. Lyric. "The Counterfeiters," mati- 1 ncc today, performance tonight. Hit Coming Attractions. Bl Salt Lake theatre. "The Tcnder- Ni foot," March 15th. K George Primrose is older this year H than he was last season, lint, unlike H the rest of us, his feet arc just as H nimble as they were a year ago. lic- H low the knee-line Primrose has im- H merscd himself in the youthful waters H of the mystic Lethe. F -, no matter H how much the gray hands of time H may run their fingers through his I, hair, they have not yet succeeded in H untieing the merry shoe-strings of H the dancing minstrel. It is a matter H 1 of historical record, that, when Scott, H many years ago, wrote his "Lay of H the Last Minstrel," he had no refcr- H ence to George Primrose. Although li yeaers may come, and years may go, H still I hope the dancing feet of this H genial minstrel will be forever making H m...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 March 1907

9 I 1 TRUTH 11 I 1 OUR ISLAND WARD. H Tlic closing days of the Fifty-ninth H Congress brought a new victory to M President Roosevelt. By a vote of ffi 43 to 19 just two more than neces- iff sary the Senate ratified the treaty H legalizing the managcnient of Santo H Domingo's finances by the United Hj States. Hitherto, in t he absence of W Senatorial authority for his action. tm the President's proceedings in Santo H Domingo have been s'rictly informal. I He has not appointed collectors of I customs, but has recommended suit able men who have worked undet the authority of the Dominican Go ernment. Now be will be able to act openly. The treaty gives legal recognition to the plan of having the Domiuician revenues collected bj American agents, who are authorized to deposit $i,2coo,ooo a year for the benefit of the public creditors. The The Government of Santo Dommgo Wis now receiving $2,000,000, a year for its own purposes, which is twice as much as it got from its own offi cials when t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 March 1907

I 32 TRUTH H OREGON SHORT LINE R. R. H ARRIVE. B No. 4 From Ogdcn, Chi- H cago, Omalia, St. Louis, j Kansas City and Denver 5:15 a.m. H No. 8 From Ogdcn, Port- K land, Butte and San Fran- H cisco - .- 8:30 a. m. Vt No. 6 From Ogden and in- H termediate points 9:30 a.m. B No. 12 From Ogdcn, Cache V Valley, Malad, Park City Hv and intermediate points' 11:45 a.m. H No. 18 From Chicago, H Omaha, Ogdcn and other m' points - 6:25 p.m. B No. 2 (From Ogdcn and San BJ Francisco - 4:10 p.m. HJ No. 10 From Ogdcn, Lo- HJ gan, Butte, Portland and HJ San Francisco 7:35P-t"- I DEPART. HJ No. 5 For Ogdcn, Omaha, H Chicago, Denver, Kansas M City, St. Louis and Park H City -... 7:10a.m. M No. 7 For Ogdcn, Logan, 1 Portland, Butte, San Fran- H cisco and intermediate - 1 points - 10:30 a.m. M No. 1 For Ogden, Omaha, l Giicago, Denver, Kansas H City, St. Louis and San H Francisco 1 130 P- ni. H No. 11 For Ogdcn, Cache H Valley, Malad, Coalville, H and intermediate points 4:10 p.m. H No. 17 For Ogden, Om...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 March 1907

TRUTH 13 I LAWYER'S DIRECTCRY. I Anderson, T. J., 222 Atlas Block. I Armstrong, S. P., 120-123 Commer- 1 cial Block. I Ashworth, T.. 312 Dooly Bldg. Rjfc Backman, G. II., basement 32 South iw Main St. I Bagley, E. ML 316 Dcseret News Bldg H Bagley, J. A., 404 Templcton Bldg. I Bailey, J. II., Jr., 7 Dcseret National I Bank Bldg. I Baldwin, Charles, 274-5 Commercial I Block. I Bierer, Evcrard, Jr., 300 Auerbach I Bldg. I Bird, W. II., 401 Scott Bldg. Booth & Lee, 500-2 Auerbach Bldg. Bowdlc, J. R., 89 Commercial Block. Boyd, C. W.. 400 McCornick Bldg. Bowman, J. M., 94 Commercial Block. Bradley & Pischel, 300-4 Atlas Block. 1 BrafTet, M. P., 518 Dooly Bldg. Brccden & Farnsworth, 315 D. F. Walker Bldg. Browne, IT. C, 231 D. F. Walker Bldg Browne, T. E., 26-7 Commercial Blk. Cannon & Irvine, 512-14 Templcton Bldg. Ca'scy; A. W., 95 Commercial Block. Cherrington, Pcnel, 20S-209 Herald Bldg. Cherry & Pardee, 20S-209 Herald Bldg. Christcnscn, A. E., 313 D. F. Walker Bl...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 March 1907

I 14 TRUTH ' MB H PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES. o W (Consult County Clerk or respective Vj signers for further information. Hi HARRINGTON & SANFORD, HJI Attorneys, V ' 333-335 ATLAS BLK. B SUMMONS. H.f In the District Court of the Third B Judicial District of the State of Utah, H t County of Salt Lake. M Ida Vcnia Jacobs, plaintiff, vs. M Charles P. Jacobs, defc'ndant. Sum- 1 ' mons. I The State of Utah, to the said dc- fendant: B You are hereby summoned to ap- , pear within twenty days after the scr- M vice of this summons upon you, if M served within the county in which I this action is brought, otherwise, within thirty days after service, and B defend the above entitled action; and M' in case of your failure so to do, judg- M ment will be rendered against you ac- cording to the demand of the com- j plaint, of which a copy is herewith served upon you. D. HARRINGTON, M Plaintiffs Attorney. J P. O. Address, 334 Atlas Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. i : H. J. M. TANNER, H: Attor...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 March 1907

I truth: - 15 I I ASSESSMENT NO. 4. H Mt. Ncbo Mining Ctitupnuy, princi- H pal place of business, Salt Lake City, H Utah; location of mines, Mt. Ncbo H Mining district. fmtt Notice i's hereby given that at a fm meeting of the Board of Directors of K The Mt. Nebo Mining Company, held m on the iSlh day of February, 1907, as- M cessment No. 4 of one (.1) cent per share was levied upon the capital I stock of the corporation, issued and outstanding, payable immediately to the Secretary at his office, 17 Eagle Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. Any stock upon which this assess ment may remain unpaid on the 2nd day of April, 1907, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auc tion, and unless payment is made be 1 fore, will be sold on the 17th day of V April, 1907, at 7 o'clock p. in., at the Company's office, to pay the delin quent assessment thereon, together with the cost of advertising and ex pense of sale. II. M. SHORT, Secretary. First Publication, March 9, 1907. ASSESSMENT NOTI...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 March 1907

I' M I ie TRUTH 1 One-Night Train If Denver to Chicago He Leaves Union Station, Denver, 4:35 p. m., arrives f Chicago, 9:55 p. m., next day only one night on K the road. 7 Smooth track large roomy berths. Arrive in the Mh heart of Chicago close to the wholesale district M and within easy reach of leading hotels. The route W is via Union Pacific Line and the 1 CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. I PAUL RAILWAY If ,! Double daily train service Ogden to Chicago, or py Denver to Chicago. B Tickets of all agents or from H C. S. WILLIAMS, 106 West Second South Street B Commcrciat Agent. SALT LAKE, UTAH I YOUNG BROTHERS CO., I PIANOS, ORGANS, SEWING MACHINES I BOTHP HONES I 23 West First South St., SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I THE TOURIST'S FAVORITE ROUTE. I Through Salt Lake Ciiy Scenic 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 H From Ogden or Salt Lake I . To St. Louis and Chicago With Change of Cars. H...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 March 1907

Vol. 6; No. 27. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MARCH 16, 1907. I'ricc 5 Cents. ) J yfc thoughts about Alien L Loveu From the very feeling and highly eulogistic articles which appeared in the newspapers of Salt Lake regard ing the passing of that gentle and lovable spirit, Allan L. Lovcy a var iety of thoughts came to our mind. In the main those thoughts were not complimentary to the papers which published the eulogistic, obituaries ' not because Lovcy did not merit every kind word that was said of him and every kindly sentiment regard-' ing him that was put on paper. The thought came to us of the f time when Lovcy came to Salt Lake ten years ago, even then a cleverer- j cartoonist than any in Salt Lake ! We thought of his getting a position on the Salt Lake Herald at the princely salary of $15 a week, of the clever and faithful work he did and how in a year to two his stipend was raised to $17.50 per week. Wo . thought of the privations he endured and his noble struggle to support his invali...

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

I TRUTH ' for dnc year." That is the only way H that the anti-Utah" gang could make H $50,000 on Dubois. Some of the Utah Hj dcfaincrs now in the field arc Hans H Frecse, who takes up penny collec- H lions, Delos Fink, ten-cent collcc- H tions, and part of this they have to H give to the Presbyterian Hoard of H Home Missions. ',Dr. T. C. Iliff us- H ually charges twenty-five cents to H fifty cents admission. In Wilkcs- B barre he admitted the Grand Army ot H the Republic, the Sons of Veterans, H the Woman's Relief Society, and the H W. C. T. U. free, to advertise his H lecture so he could graft the balance H at fifty cents each. Hans Frecse and H Dr. Iliff arc much better speakers than H Dubois. Dubois might get from $3 H to ?io per night fo.' the year, but K that would he the cxticmc limit. M In March, 1906, it was announced m that Ex-Seiiator Dubois would giv. m home lectures on the Mormon Men M ace. But on the evening of March B 10th, he was so completely called M down at the Mot...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 March 1907

f - - - ,1 . - - .TRUTHS. Carl Badger, formerly private scc- retary to Senator Smoot, lias entered the law firm of Booth & Lee, which henceforth will be known as Booth, I Lee & Badger. Mr. Badger has stud- ;' icd law in the east concluding his i courses at the University, of Wasli- j ington, D. C, where he greatly dis tinguished himself. He has ability i far beyond the .oidinary, which coupled with industry and high char acter cannot fail to result in a bril- jJL liant career. , The election of Dr. Pkuniuer as colonel in the National Guard will, if all signs, fail not, prove a great factor in putting: the guard on its feet. Dr. : I'lummer is exceedingly well up in ' army tactics, knows how to handle men and is a courteous uul affable' gentleman'. His election is the best move the guard has made for a long time. By the time the Thaws have paid the associated prcs:, the venal news papers and the venal special corres pondents for their efforts in the creation of public sentimen...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 March 1907

HH1iiHIHaHMHHHHHIHIHHHBHHHHHHHHHHHHJHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH I a . TRUTH I in 1.H6 Social Realm I A very pretty home wedding Tucs- H' day was that of Miss Mabel Brock- T way arid D. E. 'Seymour, which took l&; place, -at high noon at the home of M' Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Lilley, 218 Tenth H East street. The marriage service H was read by Rev. I. Eddy, and fol- H lowing the ceremyny a wedding HJ breakfast was served to a few inti- HJ mate friends of the bride. Miss Judith J Evans played "Annie Laurie" during HJ the marriage service. Mr. and Mrs. HJ Seymour left on the evening train for Aurora, 111., where they will spend a J short time with Mr. and Mrs. liiock H way, the parents of the bride, and H later they will go to Chicago to make H their home. The groom is a business H man of Chicago. U H The class of '09 of the university H gave an informal dancing party Fri- HJ day evening in the assembly hall of HJ the museum building. It was the HJ last big dance of the, social seaso...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 March 1907

I TRUTH i M I MUTUAL FLAMES. By Tom Worth. A coincidence that was accommodat ing to more thnit the chief person concrned. " Isn't that curta'n on fire?" " It certainly look-: so to me," I answered the little rotund personality who had thus accosted me. Though we had never seen cao: other before, we were drawn to ,i gcther by the excitement of the .110- ment. From cur position across the street from the house he had indicated, we could see that the blaze was making all-too-rapid headway Together and in Iht usual excite ment of such moments, wc rushed across, bent upon alarm. The house door stood open, for it was summer nightfall. "This is surely luck!" my compan ion of the moment gloated. I thought he referred to our timely I discovery of fire. I modified this conclusion later. i " Without ceremony wc rushed into j the house and he led the way up the " short and easy flight of stairs to the ' , room above where he had seen the blaze. Wc encountered nobody. The short and corpulent fel...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 March 1907

i 1 jj "THE GREAT DIVIDE." H'-i' 'i To play with piophccjis as, uu- i certain in the realm of illusion as in H the world of fact. ' Nevertheless, the Hi handwriting on the theatiical walls H now points td nn exceptional dramatic H year; not only for the ephemeral 111- Hji terest it will provide for play-goers, H,( but also for the pei'naneiU good it H will accomplish for the art of the H' stage. H Though the season in NcW Vork P has not yet passed beyond its first ! quarter there ai e alrc.idy more gen uinely successful dramas on Bioad way than could haVc been counted a , year ago when play going had, reached j its height. Better still, forcigti au- H' tjiors do not enjoy undisputed posses- Hj; s of the stages. A few plays' from H PYcr Jhc $ea, ,such as Mr. Arthur M Wing Pincro',s "His House in Order" H and Mr. Henry Arthur Jones' "The H Hypocrites," continue their strong 1 1 old on public attention, but iitorc H than in the last half dozen years that M uncertain individual, the Ame...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 March 1907

WEIGHT OF THE SOUL. (By C M. Jackson.) Some years ago Camille Flamniar ioti the eminent astronomer and it i scientist stated that lie proposed de monstrating by exact physicial pro cess, and indisputable proof, that mankind has souls, and expected to show those who doubt immortality the existence of the spirit in such a way as to leave no room for doubt. Since making that assertion Flam marion has not been heard from, so it is fair to presume lie is still con ducting experiments along the lines laid bown by himself, for himself, in securing the proofs nc contemplated nrrwlnrimf A quintette of Massachusetts phy sicians, however, have been making )L sonic investigations, and they have announced to an expectant world that man has a soul, and, moreover, that the soul has weight, showing that it must be tangible and composed, to some extent of mater. These 'doctors state that they have . used delicate scales in these experi ments; that dying people have been placed upon them, and that af...

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