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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

Lawyer's Directory. ! For handy reference, Truth prints ho list of Salt Lake's practicing lawyers, with their addresses. If any names aro omitted, or if there are any nrrors in tho list, corrections and ad ditions will ho made on receipt of not!- Arinms" Thos'. 720 McCornick Block. sai.E3S58 Sal 1, V J., Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Bk Bldg. Badwin, Chas.-74 Com'l. Block, names, A. R. 212 S. Main. ! nennett & Blerer-lC3 S. Main. I Bird W. H 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. I Booth, Leo & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Boswell Wm, 101 McCornick Block. Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building. Bowdle, J. R 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker. Boyd, C. W 604 McCornick Block. Bradley & Rlsciiel 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H.-r401 Auerbach Block. Breeden & White 311 D. F. Walker. Brothers, M. R 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Arthur 212 S. Main. Brown, H. C, 219-220 Atlas Block. Browno, T. E. 26 Com'l. Block. Buckle, O. C 502 McCornick Block. Cannon, Irvine & Snow 514 ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

Pi'l ' ' H TRUTH. K i ' ' f , ' as tho Old Channel Placer mining K' claim, amended, United States Mineral Hj , Survey No. 404, covered by mineral Hi' ,- entry No. 3503, embracing 30.350 Hi n d acres, and situate In sections 23 and Bp', Jj 24, township 3 south, range 3 west H i ,. M of the Salt Lako 13aso and Meridian, J?,'- S In West Mountain mining district, H T f Salt Lako County, State of Utah. I Purchaso prlco payablo In lawful H , ? j j money of tho United States. fJ M Dated at Salt Lake City, this 31st i"? U day of March, A. D. 1905. 'fJ- 1 C. FRANK EMERY, H 'fc J Sheriff of Salt Lake County, Stato of V J Utah. Hi ' By James Cowan, Deputy Sheriff. H i. " n S. McDowall, Attorney for Plaintiff. I- ) '''& NOTICE. Hj . L ' ; To tho Stockholders of tho Verna H ,i " M Mining Company: H' v ' J Notico Is hereby given that on Mon- H.i . , day, tho 10th day of April, 1905, at uio H' ; j hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, a. Hj ' ;t spoclal meeting of tho stockholders H, ; ' ' j of...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

TRUTH. 'js I Notice TO THE STOCKHOLDERS NOTCEJ WESTERN MINING AND Silling company of meet- Kir TO CONSIDER PROPOSED Changes of the articles of CORPORATION. wntlco Is hereby given to the stock- .nSS of the Western Mining and King company, a corporation or- In zed and existing under tho laws g? man with its principal place of hLlness at Salt Lako City, Utah, that b feting of the stockholders of said a " w has been called and will be ffitthe office of the company, No. u West First South street, Salt Lake niiv Utah, on Monday, tho 24th day o f April, 1905, at ton o'clock A. M., ?nr tho purpose of taking action upon ha following proposed amendments n its Articles of Incorporation. 1st An amendment to Article No. c chancing tho amount of tho capital lock from 510,000.00, divided into in 000 shares, of tho par valuo of 51.00 Md to 5300,000, divided into 300,000 shares of the par valuo of 51.00 each. 2nd An amendment to Article 7 nro'viding for tho election of a Board of five Directors, and...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 April 1905

( t i6 TRUTH. T ft;1! jf HBH Ife Via Chicago Via St. Louis I .';:: I To Eastern Points HE , ,l3 I Either way you prefer, the Burlington can H&'' .ty I give you a service unexcelled by any other Hj ( ffi I lines. Its Standard sleeping cars leavingSalt HE , r:-t I Lake City every day, go thro1 to Chicago on HrL I time saving schedules,connecting at Denver BfM Iji1 I with the Burlington's own lliro1 trains to H 'J t1 I Omaha, and to St. Joseph, Kansas City and Art jj! I St. Louis. In both Chicago and St. Louis H' hi, I there is very convenient connection with K' r J I principal trains for the farther EastorSouth i! I R. F. NESLEN, General Agent B h I 79 West Second South St., Wth ". -J I Salt Lake City Hg( i'j The Local Merchant Advertisers K . jj Is tho host jodge of ndverlWu rSrint WK V ; ( valuo of tho various weokly papers Burroundinga or Homo and Family HuL '!! in this Oity. Ho pnta his nionoy especially at evening, when there is Bf! Tt H whore it pays best. Tho best paper lei...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

na B - 1 m I Vol. 4; No. 3L SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, APRIL 15, 1905. PR,cic 5 Cbnts I 11 1 consummate Blackguardism m B For consummate blackguardism m I nothing coulil possibly surpass the Salt I Lake Tribune. Dlackguardism Is the B proper word. The Tribune lacks every I clement of refined villainy. Its meth- " B ods aro those of the base, coarse and "' B brutal class of men called blackguards. B Decent people aro disgustod with It. B This policy of tho paper Is conducted H by a triumvirate composed of ex-Sen H ator Kearns, Joseph I.Ippman and ex- B. Senator Frank J. Cannon. Tho das- H tardly and altogether despicable moth- H ods arc conceived by Mr. Uppmnn, 11 B executed by Mr. Cannon and paid for B ' by 1I Kearns- Sucn a trlumvlrated H never before disgraced nowspapcrdom. B When Perry S. Heath, the king cf H grafters, was manager of tho paper It H was thought tho lowest depths of ln- famy had been reached by tho sheet, but since his (light to other lauds, still H lower depths have be...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

If ' 2 TRUTH, V I- POLITICAL NOTES. mu . ifl Tlio Btrnight Republicans have H .. ' jj found another possible candidate for H ,' "fli tho mayoralty nomination In the per H j" i " son of James Dovlne. Mr. Dovlno has H if inj always been n consistent Republican H r ' ' w and stands well with his party. Ho H , J' , has had great exporienco in municipal H i ' ;'Mj affairs and has many warm support- ' ,S crs. T. R. Blnck, William .1. Lynch, H ' ' Gcorgo N. Lawrcnco, John G. Lynch P , i9 and Mr. Dovlno compose tho list of i9i thoso already mentioned by Ropub- iDi llcans for tho mayoralty. Ezra Thompson seems tho favorite H ' i(H with tho "Americans" for their nom- H' X m lnatlon for tho mayoralty. Mr. Thomp Hj ; f 9 son, however, Is not particularly anx- Hi " " ' ft lolm lo asain sit in tho mayor's chair. H' ' ,fl Ho had lots of trouble during his last H' 9i term and has no desire for a third H)1 l jjB term. It may be, however, that ho Ht ' ,f might be persuaded to be again a : m candidate...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

I SrTiNFORMATION ..GENTILt reAU, , ,1 nf all tho knocking organlza Wel Lt was ever permitted to ex Uons thatonTfIS to tho "Gentile Infor: fflureau.2 Who Is at tho head ? Era anyway? Who Is pro of nlS all thl" literature; this first parl nfthe-Trlbune stuff that Is being Page7,;!,l? Come out to tho open, clrCUL n with io red rubber Btamp announces to the traveling pub fit the "Gentile Information Bu K warning all men that this Is lnSwr-oftholUo rrande Western, put a quietus on the Bast Thursday, wheu he forbade distribution of theso scurrilous hilars on tho trains. Dozens of iom wero distributed on incoming Id ongoing trains Most of them t,ro circulars containing excerpts from tho Tribune; editorials by Frank Snnon and fac similes of tho first aee of that very noisy sheet. Mr. Welby put his foot down hard against such work as ho should have done. The red rubber stamp does not lndi cate who Is at tho bottom or tho af fair, tho "Gentile Information Bureau" being too cowardly to sign It...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

ISPH 4 TRUTH. ,!. '! IN THE SOCIAL REALM. l Angus McKcllar left for Los Angeles Ml jH T'..CHdny. H " ff ' 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Culmcr arc In B 41 I -ii Frnncisco. J M , J f; Miss Florence Grant entertained in- fl i i 'i irrmnlly Friday. M j " Mrs. G. II. Drockman entertained at i" f crds Wednesday. . & M , Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Adkinson havo- M ' ' t no to California. i M v Tlio Unity qunrletto gave a concert , , f. , i.i Unity hall Tuesday. l . H s ' There was an Informal hop Friday M' i i c cnlng at Fort Douglas. i I J & l ' Jj Mrs. Shepard A. Ucnson of Denver M i 1.5 hero visiting with friends. H ' ' ' i Solomon Hosonhaum Is home fioni H, 1 5 r visit of two years in Germany. H I It. M. Urceden is homo after a stay ? ' ' jjfl ( .' some weeks In tho east and south. H :'! B -('I ; ;fl Tho Bonltn Social club gave a dance Hi ' . ," ' , r:id excursion to Americnn Fork Wed- M , A ' ',0 i: is day. H 1 B T Tho Hoyal Arcanum gave their H ' a ghth annual ball Friday evening nt H -r...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

TRUTH. s I CEMENTlVORK A. G. GIAUQUE I 448 W. Sixth South - - - - Phone 548--Beil I Salt Lake City, Utah, Residence Phone 1675k--Bef! I H I I. 0. 0. F. GRAND LODGE. I ! Beginning Tuesday next, the Grant! Lodge of the Independent Order of ' odd Fellows for the jurisdiction of 1 Utah, will liold a two days' session. At this session the offlcer3 elected by the past grands of the Jurisdiction will be Installed. Truth exclusively pub lished the names of the successful candidates In Its last Issue, with the exception of Grand Warden, which was In doubt. The returns received since show the election of P. M. Till mer, of Friendship Lodge, No. 27, by a majority of about twenty. Although this Is the greatest fraternity in this state In point of membership and standing, none of the city dallies thought the election of sufficient Im portance to mention, although nearly 3000 active members would have been pleased to see the announcement of the result as It was definitely deter mined. At the comi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

;: " ' 6 TRUTH. ' I lb' i i Extra Editions of Truth. M ' 'J COMMENCING NEXT WEEK AN ', ' EXTRA EDITION OF TRUTH WILL M J BE ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, M ' ,1 AND SOON THEREAFTER IT IS EX- H t i'J PECTED TO ISSUE THREE EDI- M J TIONS EACH WEEK, TUESDAY, H" "I THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. THE 1 T f 1 PRINCIPAL OBJECT OF TRUTH IN H ISSUING THESE EXTRA EDITIONS H IS TO COMBAT THE "KNOCKERS" 1 WHO ARE STRAINING EVERY H I. '$ NERVE TO INJURE SALT LAKE H, s ft l CITY AND THE STATE OF UTAH. l '- 0, IN FACT IT WILL BE AN "ANTI- H 1 , KNOCKER" SHEET. IT WILL USE H', , i EVERY EFFORT TO PUT THE '' , if STATE AND THE CITY, THEIR AD- H ' VANTAGES AND RESOURCES, IN H j A TRUE LIGHT. ITS AIM IS TO H HELP BUILD UP THIS CITY; TO H, t MAKE IT WHAT IT SHOULD BE. H H AND WHAT IT WOULD HAVE B i 1 BEEN, BUT FOR THOSE MALI- ' J CIOUS INDIVIDUALS WHO TAKE H' fj ESPECIAL DELIGHT IN INJURING H ' ' dm THEIR OWN CITY AND STATE H ,J- , j TO GRATIFY PERSONAL SP.ITES. Hi ( ij IT WILL SHOW UP IN A TRUF. H si LIGHT THE CHAR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

TRU TH, 7 I is A MYTH- , lg , Delusion Leading to Warping dW of Character. , ., avs: "I m not elng to b0 Sent upon any man. lam go , W Z live my own llfo. in my own '"Va I expect other men to live 1 v 1 thov will leave mo alone, I I St" hem alone , and John flat, r himself that ho Is asserting his tC 5Sih of pcrsonallty-that ho . rSS'W hta incllvmuallty. 'rites Annie Payson Call In Leslie s Z hlv The truth Is that John Is g himself every day by his Sk dependence upon his own preju C, He is unwilling to look fairly Vn'other man's opinion, for tear of Line dependent upon It. He is not warping himself by his "Indc jendence," which is puffed up with tliG' false appearance of strength, but he Is robbing his fellow men; for he can not refuse to receive from others with out putting it out of his own power to glre to others. Real giving and recolv Ing must be reciprocal In spirit, and absolutely dependent upon each other. It Is a curious and a sad study to watch the growing slavery of such ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

W 8 TRUTH. T Is ' , TRUTM H Issued Weekly by H Truth Publishing Company. H .( Ue.tuin Nvpier Union Hulldlnr. 2)1 B , Smith West Templo Street, H ' ,jf Suit Luke City. Hi ' John W. Hughs, Editor andMnag-r Hi 5 Entered June 19, 1901, nt Salt Laic City, Utah H I, i in ecoiid-clint nuittor under not of Congrats H , of March .1, 1H70' t i H ; I Tarms of Subscription. H1 I ONK YKU In advanco) .'.$2.00 B if SIX MONTHS (In ailvunco) 1.00 B TMtEE MONTHS (In udvniico) 7S H Postmasters SHiHUim-subscrlptlons to TllUTH H i may rotlii25 per oontof milnor ptlon price H m commission. BSSSSSBl - H '' Iftlio paper U not desired lieyond tlm date i ' u, subscribed for, tlio publication should be H 1' untitled by letter two weeks or more beforo H the term expires. BBBBBBJ .-- f j Discontinuances. H i I Kemeinlipr that tlio publisher must bo notl- l ( lied by letter when a subscriber wishes lit H naiier stopped ; all arroars must bo paid In H i hill. H Requests of subscribers to have their papor l 5 i .n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

I TRU t tht, 9 I I S"KS COMPARED. itor Tru th : . the Honi I The Sns by a few of the ladies I Th0?!aS, tv a "tor Ho had betrayed his I of l?,s, Srty and state and read In 1 fnlltca States senate a jumbled lhe r m of false and slanderous np8n editorials and the attitude of 1 Tr'Tof tlo preachers of tie city in ""Mis Win in the way he Is in I fin Utah is food for thought for iurl 1g nronerty owner and peaceful I SeKlsstate and city. If you V n one of these preachers or la- t, whv they arc sustaining Thomas gr and his methods of injuring I mh the only answer they give is Sit the Hon. need Smoot, a Mormon B ".tip was elected and allowed to I Se his seat in the United States fnate, and that Mr. Kearns is doing lhe can to injure the Mormons and ?" deprive Mr. Smoot of his seat in he senate. If theso preachers and nver-rellgious men and women whom H i shall ilcslgnate as "knockers." would ,op to think they will find that Mr. Smoot has a perfect legal right to be a United States senator. Th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

1 10 TRUTH. 1 Kill i, & 2 Hllrit Ettabllthtd 1864 W. P. KISEB, Mgr. HI! nit g Henry I pi I Wagener PI I Brewing 2 iiifi i Co Bill I ill S LAGER BEEB & PORTER! S Mil s 5 Br ' ftt S 2 v 5 3 jj,;!' Special attention given to bottled IMS ; i beer for family trade. Free tF,ir 9 delivery to all parts of H f 5 the city. Bl t ;ln. ' H : I'lili ' 2 Bl ''iff J? office: 2 B I'M 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH B I1 I J m PHONE 210. m i t flijj; AMUSEMENTS. H ' ! ! Salt Lako Thoatro. "The Virgin- B ii lun," mntlnoo today, performance to- i Grand Tlicatrc. Anna Eva Kay. H ! I Utalina Tlieatro. lligli class vando- BJ jj , V vlllo afternoon and evening. HP' il COMING ATTRACTIONS. ! H kij Salt Lako Theatre. Gardner vs. Bf t Schreck, April 17; Snlt Lako Symph- BS A ' ony Orchestra, April 10. Bf ! " Utahna Thoatro. Utalina Stock H M Slock company, wcolc of Apt 11 17. J I j 5 i Grand- Theatre. "Moonshiner's 1 , ; t ; Daughter," April 17-19. I, ri If tho circulating libraries had not Bw ', , done so mucli f...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

1 TRUTH M I I :SriTns," is in four acts HH I 'etroSue Td an epilogue. The i I ffltbaPnd epilogue are prettily po- I I ProIgnrt dramatically valuable, being f if etlc aYand affording an opportun- 1 I elCZ revlv something quite obsolete M I ,vrt modern drama. In the first - I I 'Vthero is too much sacrificed to do- - M M act i, small talk. The second and I ftctrcontain unquestioned dra B I thll merit rapidity of action and H M ?.ihfl the military atmosphere which B K ?refh essential feature of the play. 'I 1 hoys of Co. "H" did themselves rL In the recruiting scene and later K fr?he mimic warfare on Lookout I M Lntaln. Mr. Young, the author, who "U also the stage manager, accom H ribhed wonders in handling so many II Pnnle The fourth and last act, al- fhnueh' perfectly consistent, is dlsap- Sdb. Whatever may bo tho actual Ctunes of war, "Reveille and Taps" ealns nothing by showing a heroine H msflEured by disease and a hero with "ghtlcss eyes. Mr. Young should have made provision to e...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

jV SPORTING GOSSIP. Hh1 , H Ncxl Monday night, at tho Salt Tako t theatre, Mike Schreck and George Gardner try conclusions. Both men have trained hard for tho vent and H ,' , 'ft from what can ho learned arc in cx- H " collcnt condition. Gardner Ins train- H !il U(' at Ogdun, ,,llt- Schreck has done H j, ' .$ his work here. Of conrso Gardner Is H tt tho favorite, llo has tho host record H . . '$ and hns fought hotter men, still H ) ; Schreck has a lot of admirers who ho- Hi Hove ho will ho ahlo to make good. H i ':. Ho has met somo very good men nnd, i 'I ns stated In Truth, his last hattlo with U ' .1 Philadelphia Jack O'lirlcn demon Hl - stratcs that ho Is no slouch. Gnrdnor H has tho advantage in roach and may H, , , ho more scientific than Sclucck, hut H - j tho latter Is said to ho a fighter who H " '"' can enduro punishment and glvo and H i tnko with the host of them. Those H' r ' who have visited Schreck In his train- H" , ! -i '"K nuarlcrs hero dcclaro that ho is Hj .t? a go...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

TRUw 13 1 Lawyer's Directory. 7Zmv reference, Truth prints tiTof Salt Lake's practicing lhe J with their addresses. If any ,a,ljr ro omitted, or if there are any naroes are omi 'corrcctlons and nd. Sns will bo made oa receipt of noti- "T'Thos 720 McCornick Block. Adfnn J R.-B8 Hooper Block. Alf nn' T J -68 Hooper Block. And(& S P-123 Com'l. Bloc' SH? - Ntf Bk Bid, pDS&Dierer-lG3S.Maln. B ne H.-400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. ninth I ee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Sell Wro.-401 McCornick Block, nokln T1'C0.-153 Keith Building. nowdle J. U--82 Com'l. Block. San, J. M.-431 D. F. Walker, novd C W-604 McCornick Block. Key & Rischel-300 Atlas Block, n raffet M. P.-BW Dooly Block. nramel W. H.-r401 Auerbach Block. B & Whlte-311 D. P.- Walker. Brothers, M. R.-69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Arthur 212 S. Main. Brown H. C 219-220 Atlas Block. Browne, T. E.-2C Com'l. Block. Buckle G. C 502 McCornick Block. Cannon, Irvine & Snow 514 Temple ton. Casey, A. W 95 Com'l. Block. Cherry A. N. G ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

Hji' ' ' tills action is brought, othorwiso, with- ' , '. In thirty days after ervlco, and do- HHT -3f fend tho abovo entitled action; and HH ' in caso of your failuro so to do, i ofH judgment will bo rondcrcd against HH ' ,fH you according to tho demand of tho HH ''ffl complaint, a copy of which is hero- H '$n with served upon you. ' ; G. H. DACKMAN, ' .''Si Plaintiff's Attorney. , ' ,M p- - Address: No. 32 South Main ,,. ' Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. H '9 S. V. Armstrong, Attorney. HH 'H v Commercial Block. V ':lM SUMMONS. R ', fttjfl InthoDIstrlctCourtof tho Third Ju- HH ;- 'm dlclal district of tho Stnto of Utah, HH. ! . m County of Salt Lake. HHt f'B Anna V. LeClalr, plaintiff, vs. Charles HH' '9 D. LeClalr, defendant Summons. HHj " ' Tho State of Utah to tho said Do- HH rfjf fondant: HI' ,jH You aro heroby summoned to appear HH ' 3 within twenty days after tho sorvico of HJ, .v" this summons upon you, if served HH ", ' within the County in which this action HH' " IS Is broug...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

I TOTM, I I JTICE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS 0f THE WESTERN MINING AND I MILLING COMPANY -OF MEET- NG TO CONSIDER PROPOSED CHANGES OF THE ARTICLES OF I INCORPORATION. M Notlco is hereby given to tho stock- hnHcrs of tho Western Mining and H uilinc company, a corporation or- f" zeTl and existing under tho laws f Utah, with its principal place of huslness at Salt Lake City. Utah, that amccting of tho stockholders of said rnmoany, has been called and will be h"u at tho ofllco of tho company, No. 14 West First South street, Salt Lako a utah, on Monday, tho 21th day of April, 1905, at ten o'clock A. M., I for tho purpose of taking action upon the following proposed amendmonts H to its Articles of Incorporation. B 1st. An amendment to Article No. s changing the amount of the capital stock from $10,000.00, divided into 10000 shares, of tho par value of ?1.00 each, to ?300,000, divided Into 300,000 B shares of tho par value of $1.00 each. B 2nd. An amendment to Article B 7, providing for tho elect...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 15 April 1905

16 TRUTH. j I . Via Chicago Via St. Louis I To Eastern Points I ; I hither way you prefer, the Burling-ton can ' If I jrive you a service unexcelled by any other I'm I lines. lit Standard sleeping cars IcavingSalt , i ! I Lake City every day, yo thro1 to Chicago on jB' I time saving schedulcs,connecting at Denver ljU I with the Burlington's own ; trains to U ,. I Omaha, and to St. Joseph, Kansas City and Vffi I St. L-mis. In both Chicago and St. Louis 'j I there is vcrv convenient connection with .t, II principal trainsforthe farther EastorSouth f II R- F- NESLEN, General Agent ) jj II 79 West Second South St., it'll The Local Merchant Advertisers 'lift t m i n.t- i.wi. r niivni-tlHiinT generally find pooplo who buy things W.f. Ib tho host judge of .uUeitlHing fn lho 'ofc p mooin t,?e I fM vitluo or tho various wcolcly papers surroundings of Homo and Family A i in thin Olty. Ho puts his nionoy o'pedully at evening, when there ,ii ml whoro it pays best.-Tho best paper loisurp and inc...

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