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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 April 1905

II ANTI-KNOCKERS' EE)mON?x3 H Special Edition No. 1. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, APRIL 19, l'J05. Pmcb 5 Cents H H ( That Unclean Triumvirate M Truth docs not bcllcvo In personal H abuse nor In attacking private indi- M vlduals, but when a pack of black- m I guards and blacklegs set themselves M up as leaders of the people, when they B vllllfy and abuse anybody and ovory- M body who won't bow the knee to them, M when they deliberately, wantonly and M maliciously, through the newspapers B thoy control, slander the city, the M state and tho people, injure business M and retard progress. Truth bollcvcs M , tho public should bo informed of tho M characters of the men wno are doing M those things. There is no political H l party question in this thing. Truth M has nothing against anyone becauso H i. ho belongs to this party or that party H ( and tho fact that tho Trlbuno and its M ( owner, manager and editor aro tho M leaders of a particular party has noth- H , ing to do with tho strictures Tr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 April 1905

2 TRUTH. I I Mahler, tho Cleveland builder of roads, lias Inspected Ills lino into Cache county and will build from Og dcn to Logan, via Brlgham City. Bam berger Is going to build from Farming ton to Ogden; tho Moffat road Is com ing In from Denver through an entire ly now section of country; tho West ern Pacific will bo constructed from Salt Lako to San Francisco as soon as .Dorsible. What alls Utah? Tho Hnllroad Oazottc or Now York City ennounces tho construction of tho Sallna cut-off o.f tho Rio Grande Western; tho extension of tho Sevier branch along the survey through Clr clovillo canyon and down through Parowan and thonco on to the splen did view of tho Grand Canyon of tho Colorado south of Knnab. Tho San Pedro will tap tho Goldflold and Good Springs region In Novada, thus af fording Utah an outlet for goods and produco and machinery. What alls Utah? Tho Rocky Mountain Boll Tele phono company nnnounccs that it will spend a half million of dollnrs on ex tensions this year of wh...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 April 1905

TRUT M . 3 ! CHESTER NASON. Harry Winchester Nason, better known to his many friends as "Ches ter" Nason, left this world for the other one on Monday evening at C o'clock, after an illness that has cov ered several years. Heart failure was the cause of his departure. The do- ceased was 33 years of age, nnd was a nephew of Mrs. W. II. Bancroft. He was from Pennsylvania; fioin among the wooded hills and pleasant dolls of Wayno county, where his boyhood's days were spent, and ho cherished many happy memories of days spent in fishing in Elk lake; in Purday's pond, down near Hemlock Hollow, and in Jones' pond, all of which were close to his homo in Honesdalo. For sev eral years he has been employed In the union ticket olllce of the Union Pa cific, Oregon Short Line and San Pe dro, and was a young man who had a host of friends who mourn for him. During his last hours ho was uncon scious until just before the summons came, when ho rallied enough to bid his dear ones good-by, fully realizin...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 April 1905

4 TRU XH- J TRUTM Hn Issued Wcoltly by Bw Truth Publishing Company. H Western T.Nawspspor Union It u I Id I tie, 2(1 B South Wont Templn Street, B Salt J.uko Ulty. H John W. Hughas, Editor andManager U Entered Juno 10, 100:1, at Salt Lukd City, Utnli Ha as second-class inuttor undor act of Congress B of March:), 1879' B Tarms of Subscription. H ONIt YKAH (In iidvaiico) $2.00 B SIX MONTHS (In luiviinco) 1.00 R THREE MONTHS (In advance) 75 B Postmasteissnndliit; subscriptions to TRUTH H may retain 2!i por cunt of subscription prlco H an commission. H If the panor Is not doslred beyond tho ditto H subscribed for, tho publication should bo 9 notlllod by lettor two weeks or nioro beforo H tho torin oxpires. B Discontinuances. B Ilerasmber that tho publisher must bo notl- J lied by lotter when u subscribor wishes his Imper stopped; all urronrs must be paid In w lilt. H Hequests of subscribers to lmvo tholr pnpor H mulled to a now address, to scuuro atton- H tlon, must inouttou former us w...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 April 1905

TRU TM. 5 & AMUSEMENTS. Tonight the Salt Lake Symphony orchestra will give Its final concert of the season. Mr. Shepherd has pre pared an excellent program and lovers of good music may expect a rare treat. Tho soloists are Mrs. Catherine Trumbo McGurrin, Miss Geneva Eller Y 4 beck and Mr. Hugh Dougall. . tJ Tho Utahna Stock company has opened to big business this week in "A Father's Devotion." Truth's dramatic critic will review tho play In tho Saturday issue of this paper. Beginning noxt Monday evening Lionel Barrymore will bo seen in Augustus Thomas' latest comedy suc cess, "Tho Other Girl." Salt Lako Is promised tho Now York cast. Friday night the High School Ca dets will put on a play called "Mac beth," written some years ago by an author, since deceased. In the play, ' '- it will bo remembered, Macbeth cuts up a bit with some sharp butcher knives. While In tho original, Mac beth himself does tho slashing, It will Snot bo exactly so In tho High School version. Tho boys Inten...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 April 1905

,3; I 6 TRUTH. I LA I I1H. LA I I1H.(W -jf3ik BBK JJBBaWBMT JvmFM. MAVv 'yVSBBr tvvi ioB fill J II Thursday, Friday and Saturday ?tU"is Sk(J Hi The Z. C. M. 1. Entire Stock of LADIES' and MISSES' NEW WjJjM flfl SPRING CLOTH SUITS will be placed on special sale at, a SEBkSHflr Bl Reduction of 35 percent, from regular prices! IIkI r7 III Hi Mohairs, Panamas, Coverts, Checks & Serges jffiw 1 WfS Bl HB In the Blouse Effect,, the R.edinyote and the Short Jacket Effects JIMl Mil M MWv Hi NO RESERVE! Everything in these Goods from $13.50 toM W jfi WSWr M to $45.00 will be offered now for your choosing $Jjl I MI )5k wHa Bm just at the time when you will most appreciate the L J I 1 1 JIMbi Hyj Great Saving in Price! All New! All Sizes! ggpHF5 If: COME EARLY AND TAKE A H $ 13.50 Suit for .$10.15 $27.50 Suit for .$20.65 BE 15.00 Suit for . 11.25 30.00 Suit for . 22.50 H locn c it t 11 Q 32.50 Sut for 24.40 Hi 18.50 Suit for ... U.95 ,c HB , - 35.00 Suit for . O.0J f 20.00 suit for . . 15.0...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 April 1905

TRUTM. 7 H ODD BITS FROM THE COUNTRY PRESS. Latest From the Cram Family. (Cedar City. Record.) Mls3 nth Cram, bf Kanab will be a visitor at the hospital for some time. t George Cram and family passed through Cedar Thursday en routo tc Tonopah, where they expect to make their homo. Mr. Cram, who a few years since was one of the- boys, has now n wife and two children. Don't come to the hospital expect ing to get dishes such as your mothei served unless, forsocMi, your motlioi was a most dainty cook. The- patieni is yet to be found whoso appetite Mrs Cram cannot tempt, or whom she can not beguile into putting out of sight enough provender to satisfy a saintly monk of the medieval days. The youngest and most 'alert attend ant at the hospital is the matron her self, Mrs. Cram. Talk about the ani mation of a cricket, why a whole army of crickets would bo screeching with pains in their sides if they tried tc keep in sight of Mrs. Cram, as she flies up and down stairs, in and out oi the var...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 19 April 1905

Br 8 T R. U T M- i n ! laW I Via Chicago Via St. Louis m To Eastern Points I K Either way you prefer, the Burlington can I H; give you a service unexcelled by any other I H' lines. Its Standard sleeping earn leavmgSalt I H, Lake City every day, go thro' to Chicago on I H; time saving schedules, connecting at Denver I H with the Burlington's own thro' trains to I H' Omaha, and to St. Joseph, Kansas City and I H St. Louis. In both Chicago and St, Louis I H there is very convenient connection, with I H principal trains for the farther East or South I H R. F. NESLEN, General Agent I H 79 West Second South St., I H Salt Lake City I M The Local Merchant Advertisers Ib the best judge of adverting generally find pooplo who buy tiling BVfl , J , I, , ii n tbo mot rocaptlvo mood in the JB value of the various weokly papora SUrroundinga of Homo and Family ml in this Olty. Ho pnts his money especially at evening, when thoro U H where it pays beat The boat paper lolauro and inclination for readi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

BBBBBBt?!- --.- WBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIBBBBBBB B " x- ';.r ai&5BEmg!iBB IK ' BbIL ' BB BBbbbT BbbB 1 ? tB IHvol. 4; No. 32. ; SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, APRIL 22, 1905. Pkicic 5 Cunts j I :: ll more About the Knockers I .BBS 1 IBB " ;v SB Tho Knockers' association, led by "' '.Bex-Senators Kcarns and Cannon. Jo he ftHscph Lippman and the Tribune con eld MYftlnuo their policy of misrepresenting ncj aVf and lying for tho purpose of injuring 'Bthls city and its business interests. It '" Bls the plan of the ox-senators to got re jBvcnge on tho people because tho',pco wflnlc refused to re-elect them to ofilco. BB They have already wrought incalcu th 'H'lalilc injury to tho business interest jMwof this city and state and arc gloating IHovcr tho ruin they have wrought. It BKls more than, time that tho citizens !E WBshow In no uncertain ways tnoir dls aWB approval of such methods, and they ?' Barc going to do it. Tho unclean trl- Bumvlrato has carried things to the H, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

r; - -J " " TH 2 TRUTH.' 1 H hit? noblo fallior wns slain at tlic sldo H of tho brother whom ho loved and tt ' rqvorod as no other creature of earth- Hl ly' mould, and when tho wholo people H ropresontatlvo of tho sacred cause, H had been dedicated to extermination H by national, stato and moho6ratlc au- m- tliority. With tho llttlo Imnd of tho HB faithful, as a child, ho penetrated into Hjj. tho wilderness which .the world ho- Hk llovcd would bo but a sopnlcher for tho Hm exiled saints. His prophot-iincld mid HbT his prophct-fatlier dead, his sainted Hf " and widowed mother cherished In him H t I the splendor of his heritage, and ho H I grow to manhood destined to take up Hb hy tho Word of God tho mighty H work which had been cstabliHhcd for B tho salvation of men. Thcro Is noth- H lug llko this career in all tho history H of moro than 1800 years. What a B ' comfort it Is to the saints, and what Hft ai comfort It must be to tho prophet T and patriarch beyond the vail to sec K in th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

II TRUTH. , Pi II Z li great satisfaction we loam if (h t Jo( Jefferson Is improving and vlll ie" pr- Alth0Ugh jGfterson lEf ' I old em-iRh to expect the final sum- ' I nions at any time, his stay with us ,ias inart, so many of us happier and I better " "t we dislike to think of r hg pass-t away. The old man was Q a good at or, he Is a jolly friend and ES hafs ir e he can boat Grover Cleve- U ami fishing right In his own boat. B That sorf of a man ought not be re- I moved fr.m the earth short of a cen- . I tury at ' "st. R . O is The t) ''ble man has the easlesj. : H job on tl Independent. Ho has so H little to d H DEATH OF MRS. SCHUMACHER. H Kveryoii" who knows Mr. T. M. H Schumaclifr the genial man who is at H the head of tho traffic department of H the Oregon Short Line, will grieve "' M with him because of the death of I1I3 ' estimable wife, which occurred at L03 'M Angeles, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. m Schumacher had bo n an invalid for ;1 somo time, suffering from an affection o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

Aft" ' "fe-' "7 " "" H ill 1 - qPRUTM.- I BBB XBE s . llM ' IN THE SOCIAL REALM. Ittlflf ' i ' HHHf- M,8S Nolllo Hoaly or Ogilon, is vis- BHHlli. iting friends In tho city. BBvflBTl1' v5 v5 flJKf '. Mr- nni1 Mrs- A- B- Welby havo gone DHf' to California for a short visit. HHb! ' " HUE ; Mrs. Thomas Weir will give a flS 3 luncheon Wednesday, April 20. E3BJ 'l S Wajm t Miss ntta Mayer of St. Paul is tho BBS ill guest of Miss Helen Bamberger. ftYM 3 Mrs- F- A Druo"l Is at homo, alter Bflfllf't'H passing tho winter nt Pacific Grove. i .4 A 5 Miss Addle Zane is homo from Chi- Bflft 1 cago, whero sho has spent tho winter. HB'J : Mra- J- W. Langloy expects to lcavo flflJ3M tho Inst of tho present month for No- Bflfll ; Vada. qHm1 BflXjfyS Miss Marguorlto Taylor ontcrtnlnod IBflBE''! Thursday, complimentary to Miss Bflflfj Cullon. fUj J v MHftfti ' Mrs- James W. Nclll and Miss VI- flfljHP olet Niell aro In San Francisco nt tho M IJalaco hotel. BBflfl; rMs- Fremont Woodruff or Detroit Bflflg...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

I TRU T H . TpflM CEMENT WORK , I A. G. GIAUQUE ! I I 448 W. Sixth South - - - - Phone 548 Bell ( ijl I Salt Lake City, Utah. Residence Phone 1675k--Bell 1 1 4 J IH H SPORTING GOSSIP. H Mlko Schreck and his manager, Mr Uogan, decline to give George Gardner M a return match. Although one evening paper declares that Schreck and Ho- 1 gan vhlually told George "to go and 9 get a reputation," It Is not at all like- , y that Schreck will decline to give ;l Gardner a chance in some other place. jj Hogan informed a well known business M man cf this city, who is interested in M llstlc matters, that he did not want to H do business with the management of H i.io Salt Lake club which pulled off H this light. M It appears that Hogan did not get H ob much money as he expected and it II is asserted that the reasons therefor m iro to, bo found in an agreement maa? with the "sporting editors' of certain V newspapers, who were to get 25 per fl cent of the gross receipts for "boosf M Ing" tlio affair ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

, . 7 H H '-ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NOTES. EKg )',Mrs. Gcorgo II. Wood has returned flHg frbm'atshort stay In Provo. IR LTli6 Seeing club meets with Miss HR Hiattlo.'.Wnrd ' Saturday aftornoon. jHfl i Mrs.4John C. Cutler Is In Ix)s An- E9i JfiblcsrwIioW slio will remain for somo IHir tlmo longer. ";.' IBIv 'Mrs. J. T. Iloujc of San Franalsco Is H in tho city, n guest of Mr. and Mrs. V H S. Richards. Hi ''I'i , I " Mrs. Elliott Kimball entertained H thirty of their friends Thursday even- "Bfiij "iig nthanlB. IbH v Kjffl Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Sherman nnd BSjff Miss Elolso Sherman arc now in Dres- IHEat .den, Germany. Hfff .' HB -i Mr. nnd Mrs. J. It. Graham, formerly HR of Bingham, arc at home at 214 East Hg '.Fifth! South slreot. Bm WM . ,iiCharlcs D. Shaffer of Canon City, H 'Colo., is In the city visiting Mr. nnd K ?Mr3.AW. II. Child. " - Hh IBB ."'."Mrs. William McCnskell will ontcr- JIB '.tain Mondny evening at her nrmrt- QHB mtjnlH'nt Whitehall. IHH " ',TInor. Gcorgo F. Downey is in the K...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

--. ? - ww njwLwyjjB I TRUTr 7 Pf fi GOOD "DOPE." I q M( mix yoctlihififon Is the xlij I vhlcd ' carried .-by -a- young marj I !1" c England:- who-sings, and I mm h- JP well. At-onetime hd I L-s wi Florodora company anfl I dmnteo . pnrt that runs: I "Tell ir ictty, maiden, I Are tli ' more at homo llko youV I Well, y a few." I S Mo ' eaux Worthlngton has had I his nam m the papers several times I of late. rst it was a mention of a I concert, ' usicale, recital, or something I cf the s- ho was going to give, and I we betlri. did give, at an east sidd I church ''hen camo a lettor from some II man wlr could sing a little himself) telling S Molyneaux Woithlngton that I he Wortnlngton, could sing like a I bird Thni followed somo more let H ters. Thai S. Molynennx Worthing H ion made a sort of Patti of himself and I announced several farewell events at It which he would positively appear for I! the last time, or appear positively for H the last time, or appear for the last M time positive...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

0 : 7 "" bB H' 8 TRUTH- I i TRcrm iBBjJt Issued Wcokly by BU Truth Publishing Company. BBT vVotorii If NowBiiopor Union lliilldlne, 211 IHli South West Tcinplo Stroot, H Salt Lalco Ulty. o fBffi John W. Hughes, Editor andManagor H Kntorou Juno 19, 1001, lit Salt Lalco City, Utuli m ui nocoiil-claBi mnttur under not of Conerou H& of March 3, 1879 BHjir r Terms of Subscription. hX ONK YKAK In lulvanoo) $2.00 RHBcfi SIX MONTHS (In uilvanco) 100 Bin THKKK MONTHS (In uclvanco) 75 nil t ' BKUl PoatinnstorasoiKllnu'iHbscrlptlonH to TRUTH H niny retain 25 por cent of subscription prlco Bjaj as aoininUsloii. StM. If tho paper is not dmlrotl lioyoml tlii iluto Efj iiibacribnd for, tlio publication should bo H uotiilod by lottor two weeks or mora beforo Hfl l'o term oxplrca. IH . Discontinuances. BBS Hmnombortliuttho publisher must bo notl- fBft ' Hod by lottor wlion u subscriber wianos Ihm Ng I paper stopped; ull arrears must bo paid in H full. W HociuestHof Btibscrlhors to Imvo tholr jun...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

I TRUTH. 9 F'JH f j GRAND LODGE I. 0. O. F. Pnr 0 days the Grand Lodge ot I ,h .rnilent Order of Odd Fellows nf thi tHsdlction has been In ses- I L n much Important business has heen " actetL lt has bo? an,CX" tremel arge session; greater than inv in lo history of the order in tin. 'o interest manifested has wri s t nnd each momber ln at" tpndon has shown an earnestness hat hU fair to spread tho principles of the Jer in the future as in tho nrtflf There are forty-two lodges In this lurlsdlccn, and all, with one excep tion wi represented. That excep tion' wa i'i tno caso of J3001". No 141 whlcit is a long distance away and Its representatives did not appear. But from all other parts of tho Btato mem bers came Report o from district, deputies show an Incicaso in membership all over Utah. Old lodges and now lodges have heen taking ln now members, and the fraternity which now has tho largest membership In America, and Is rapidly extending to foreign renin 'J tries, seems to bo faring as...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

IV' 10 .TRU.TH, f MfM Hi MS jc 4 VBi' Established 1864 W. P. KISER, Mgr, 8H Henry 3 jH Wagener B Brewing H s LAGER BEER & PORTER" 1 K ; i m x R&jj' Special attention given to bottled HBjbw n beer for family trade. Free b delivery to nil parts of Hfft ihc ci y. VHii " HBsJ J ofFict : KgR .5 4E ST FIRST SOUTH J Hfll ' PHONE 210. Il hH :ftftftlftftKftftftftftftftftKftftft Hw AMUSEMENTS. MM Salt Lalca Theatre Dark. HJBB Utahnn Theatre "A Father's Devo- HHJto Hon;" mntlnoc todny, pcrformnnco to- But nKhl- HH1 : WKfflm ' COMING ATTRACTIONS. Hffiffi T Salt Lake Theatre "Tho Other PMftyt :!tUlrl," April 21-20. NHttgil ' Grand Theatre Mack Swain Coin- HHr it'jinny, week ot April 24th. SSWI '' Utahna Theatre Mme. Slapoffaki HSfftR and, high-class vaudeville; weeu or Ap- IkiilU . rll 24th. WB8M Ahont the biggest piece of dramatic bUR ) goods fur tho mo'noy is tho Utahnn M 'Stack company's version of "A Fnth- BHMHb cr's Devotion." The hox-odlce certlll HBfl cato which Snlt. Lakers havo ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

I TRUTH. 11 PJIB '"' 1 "Zl nit has attempted tho pro 1 ,. . nothing so pretentious as 1 sSl r nn Queen" since the clays 1 '7?het Lake Opera company when I 0",f well nigh worthy the ef ts I rtnf cssionals were given. "The lfl tv olev ueen" will hold the boards f- 7m, " Lake Theater on Thursday n i arnnu unl evening of the coming afiernoo ui under tho lHroctloll ,: mLb swenfion with Prof. McClol- ' ? in 1 nn D. Spencer assisting. He- " Sisals ve been going on for some- "' ,.mn am. ndicatlons point to a mo&t '" Sabl- production. Tho principal ir "'nnr are in the hands of Mrs. " I UesieDr. nlng and tho Misses Peder- s I sen and Iclntyre. There will be a ls I strong ch -rus of more than two score 'G I voices. I ANDREW JACKSON'S BIG ESTATE. How He Gained 50,000 Acres as Fees In Law Cases He Tried. There aro two ways of reaching the Hermitage from Nashville e.thei by carriage tho entire distance, or by train to the little station called Her mitage, thence by conveyance or foot the rema...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 22 April 1905

11 12 TRO T H. I H ' DUCHESNE WATER SCHEME CRIT- Bf ICISED. H - Br Judging from the expressions of tho BJ VerhiU Kxpross and otlicr country m- Bn pers, tjiero la another "nigger in the Hi woodpile." A plan is on foot to divert BK tho -waters of the Duchesne river into Hf Utah county and the pcoplo in the B eastern portion of the state are an- H) gry over it. Tlio Express says: BD, "There Ib evidently something ho- H neath tho surface In tho matter, be- BH cause tho government engineers have BBT ' .reported against government aid to BDj divert 'any of tho streams except BHl Strawberry crook, hut tho applicants Hl ovidently have an idea that they can Bf secure u prior claim to tho water, and H will no doubt ask for a change of BH territory where It is to ho used, BH should they get a legal claim to it In Hfl' the stato ' engineer's otllco. It looks W liko a Smooth game, and It might BBg . givo Intending Bottlers no little- trouhlo BBT . ' and should ho blocked beforo the BJH foundatio...

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