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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

, ,7 , iH ii0 bK IH' TRUTH- I IH i ADDHINOAL SOCIAL NOTES. HR T.Irs. J. P. Cobb was tbo hostess at Hff ' 1 luncheon at tho Commercial club HB Wednesday. Tho ladles' dining room By was decorated with pink carnations Bw: ') and maiden hair fern. Covers were Hfi: " laid for Mrs. J. T. Hubboll, Mrs. Fur- HH! no .is, Mrs. 'Grant Drown, Mrs. Tcasleo Hf enl Mrs. E. II. Jacobs. Lator in tho HH nftcrnoon the guests repaired to Mrs. Hb It Cobb's home, in tho Miller Hats, where Hd ., curds wcro enjoyed for a few hours. MB i & HRf11 Miss I3arnctt nnd Miss .Taney Bar- H nott ontcrtalned nt cards Wednesday H j evening. Tho affair was in honor of jHlff y MI.jh Jonas of Oakland, Cal., nnd Miss Hj " l-'-or of Denver. Br j 9BB Mrs. It. C. Wilson, accompanied by HSJ her daughter, Queenlo, left Wcdncs- Htt rtny for New York. On her return she Mt will visit lier daughter, Mrs. John B. HlBf j King in Texas, and will spend tho HB ij i ii nmcr at Catalina Island. H' r & & E ) 'Jr. and Mrs. McEn...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

I TRUTT 7 Pi I-1STHE KNOCKER, with gleeful expressions and glaring ,. - Mm Tribune commends the headlItlvo nctlone of its editor-in-c?;? V Jink J Cannon, with Fred T. chl,ef and Mrs. Frederic Scnoff in SfilSddDhia. In their libellous attack Philadelphia, i commendation of ffsSXfflB solely to Injure the In ' . nnri stoi) the progress of this Mrs Setoff describes the schools !" of Mich a character that no S SnSriS ould Permit his chil K to attend, and consequently gives fhSVtate a black eye, to those who be Sw he? in the most important of all ho state's functions-that of educat Ine its children. The Tribune and directly Joe Lip man for Cannon and Kearns are ab Tent' from the city-Is Indescribably deeful because Mrs. Schoff portrays hnw utterly unfit the public schools L are to train and educate the American youth. It matters not that Mrs Schoft's statements are malicious libel's; that is all tho more an incen live for tho Tribune's demoniacal glee In Its chosen courso of injuring Utah...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

W?F "" HHHHHHHB a-. T 8 TH.U T H- Hr Hf' Issued Wookly by HJ Truth Publishing Company. H Westoni Newspaper Union Ilulldlne, 211 t ' South West Templo Stroot, ' Salt Lnko City. He " E John W. H"9hoa, Editor andManager Hfr 1 HnterocI Juno 19, 1001, at Salt Lake City, Utuh Hb' iih second-dns mattor uiulor not of Uonuruns HE if March 3, 1879- Bwft- ' Terms of Subscription. fe ONE YRAIt (In advmioo) $2.00 fu ! SIX MONTHS (In nilvutioo) 1.00 6 THR11U MONTHS (In advanco) 75 V ' H' i PoittnaBtomROiulliicsulisorlptlons to TItUTII H I may rotaln 2t por coutof Hiibscriptlou prlco H j as commission. H i j Iftho paper Is not doalrnd boyond tlm dato K subscribed for, tho publlcaticjii should bn Ptf ' I notlllodby lottortwo wooksormoro boforo HV V i tho torm expires. U' I Discontinuances. HK j' , Iteinombor that tho publisher must bo notl- L , t ilod by lottor wlion a Biibsorlbur wishes hl M paper stopped; all arroars must be paid In U full. HK i' Requests of Biibsorlliors to luivo their papor iB ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

I TRU TH, -- J I CHATTER. Si I roelne the personal opinions of tho I Jl?er and for which no one else Is o In aS "nnner sponsible). '' That great mentor, the Herald, in . ndltorlal published in the Wednes- r w issue takes the fatal affair at i If Douglas as a theme and, under fhn caption: "Finding a Moral," pro- ed to Endeavor to find one Alter .iiinc the sad circumstances leading 1 , to the shooting of Lieutenant f pnt and tho suicide of the would-bo homicide, tho Herald writer asks: What is tho moral?" Answering its nwn nuestion it goes on and says: I The moral is: Don't begin. This man couldn't stop. There was a time when ho did not drink. He had to Ike a beginning, etc." All of wnicn Is about as sensible as It would bo to say of a drowned man: Don't fall Into the water. Or of a chap that had been crushed under a ton or so of rock: Don't go into tho mines. Or of a poor devil maimed by a railroad: I Don't get in front of the cars. The writer regrets the shooting at the post as much...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

M ' 16 'TRUTH. I jB M (liS ' ilUbliihid 1864 W. P. KISER.Mgf. Henry H Wagener BE I Brewing 2 Bw & a BBJ B f LAGER BEER & PORTER" ! BB r 5 5 Special attention given io bottled beer for family trade. Free flB delivery to all parts of B the city. Wf n I Wj S office: 4 BYU 0 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH j, BBf !' f PHONE 210. BB BBf BBf ffftftftftftKftftftftftftftft BK ' AMUSEMENTS. H i. , Salt Lake Thoatro. Chnuncoy Ol- Bjl ' cott In "A Romnnco of Athlono." Mat- BHJ 1 iiioo today, porformanco tonight. Be n Utahna Thoatro. Refined vaudovlllo BV afternoon and ovonlng. H - Grand Theatre. "Tho Sonator'a HB i'. Dnughtor," matlnoo today, perform- KB nnco tonight. Coming Attractions. Salt Lak Thoatro. Ysayo concert, rf May 11th; Phil Margott's hencilt, BJB May 1C. EBB Utahna Theatre. Refined Vaudo- H9 vlllc, week of May 8th. M j i It has boon a long tlmo sinco wo BEX havo seen Irish drama. If wo don't Bill , tio tho green ribbon to Channcoy 01 BBj ''' cott and his "A Romnnco of Athlono," Bk ',...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

I tRUTH Ii if f n them in two, and uproots tole ' So tS and splinters them as has feci" done there on two occasions al ready this spring. Mayor Glasmann, of Ogden, was not invited to go to Los Angeles, nlonK with the rest of the boys today. Hp asserts that ho does not feel at all had alJut tt becaus0 whenever he wnnts to go to Los Angelc3 he can Lt transportation via the Southern Pacific. Cut ho is holding up the fact that ho was not invited against for mer Senator Kcarns, who he believes Is responsible for his being snubbed. The Craftsman for the month ol May has an excellent article on Mar nuls Ito, prime minister of Japan, that II s worth reading, and has several I other excellent features which com- fl mend it. This magazine is one of the I best published, and is the very best I of its class. I Four carloads of seed oysters from I Fishkill landing, passed through hero, via Union Pacific and Northwestern I last wcelc, en route for South Bend I Wash., whero they will be planted. I...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

jSjfl 12 TRU TH. I I WHY THE DAILIES OPPOSE THE FRANCHISE. Tho virulent opposition of tho Trl- . bune, Herald and Telegram to the granting of a now franchise to tho Ufah Light and Railway company, however righteous It may bo In Itself, Is something extraordinary. That , those papers would tako any stand or "! advocato anything for tho benefit of 1 tho peoplo Is beyond comprehension. HIH, ! Tho sheets In question being owned H ' arid controlled by Kcarns, Clark and Hl tho rest of tho gang and used solely MB as a means to further their business HjU enterprises, advance their personal i. : - ambitions, political and otherwise, and H j decolvo and hoodwink tho credulous lj public, led to tho strong suspicion that Hl there was a "nigger in tho wood pile." H Tho fact also that soveral members H . . of tho city council whoso reputation H " as grafters Is well established, un- H questioned In fact, have also been H spectacularly against tho franchlso fl was further and convincing proof that...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

I TRUTH. 13 Pil i I Lawyer's Directory. i For handy reference, Truth prints 9 . list of Salt Lake's practicing 1 ffiUrs. with their addresses. If any niraes are omitted, or If there are any Tors In the list, corrections and ad- dUlons will bo made oa receipt of notl- AdaS' Thos.-720 McCornlck Block. Anderson, J. R 58 Hooper Block. AndSn T. J.-58 Hooper Block. Armstrong, S. P.-123 Com'l. Bloc?". IgS, G. H.-32 Main St. Sal ley. U J., Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Bk Bldg. SSdwin. Chas.-74 Com'l Block, nnmes A. R. 212 S. Main. Bennett & BIeror-lC3 S. Main. (Bird W. H. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. I Booth Leo & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. 8 Boswell, Win-401 McCornlck Block. I Botkin, Theo. 153 Keith Building. I Bowdlo, J. R 82 Com'l. Block. I Bowman, J. M. 431 D. P. Walker. ' I . Boyd C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. I Bradley & Rlschel 300 Atlas Block. I Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. J Bramel, W. H.-r401 Auerbach Block. 1 Breeden & White 311 D. P. Walker. Brothors, M. R 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Ar...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

car" : - i -- -r- -T AimVBYJ ." BBBI SBBP S i H TRUXM. I j, PATTERSON & MOYER, I Attorneys, fflfl. Commercial Block. Hr 1 SUMMONS. Hj ; In tho District Court of tho Third BJk Judicial District, In nnd for tho County IBJ ot Salt Lake, Stato of Utah. B Tho Salt Lako Invostmont Co., a cor- Bfi, poratlon, plaintiff, 1H M- C. Moon, Samuol W. Vincent, tho BJg unknown heirs of Samuel W. Vln BJ ' cent, the unknown heirs of William BJ ' II. Shoarman, Esthor Cohen Jacob IB j" son, formerly Esthor Cohen, Lillian BJ . j ' M. Moon, Lewis P. Kolscy, James BJ 1 K. Gillespie, Potor Horbst, J. E. Mil & ! lor, Nelson Falrchlld, Lawrenco Mc BJt i Mahon, Thomas 13. Prossor, tho un BJf , ; known heirs of Thomas D. Prossor, BJf h- John Henry Burton, tho unknown BJf heirs of John Honry Burton, A. T. HH' " ! Moon, Margaret Bcatty Ferris, Aug- BR '' Bt Schaupp, W. II. Remington, E. D. BJf L Waterman, Thomas Cummlngs, tho BJ ,) unknown 'heirs of Thomas Cum- BK 'i mings, William D. Yates, tho un- BV l...

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

I TRUTH. 15 F 'H I NEW GOLD SAVING DEVICE. The production of platinum In tho T-,Pd States In 1899 was 300 ounces; Moo 400 ounces; in 1901, 1,408 nce and In 1902, 94 ounces. Its S in 1880 was ?5.49 per ounce, In 8S9 14 and In 1902, ?20. Ninety per cent of all tho platinum is found n the sand in dried up river beds In ", small districts ono hundred miles nnart on the slopes of tho Ural moun Mlna in Kussia. The demand for plat Sum is increasing in the United States very rapidly. It is used in ln candescent electric lights, crucibles iind many other mechanical devices. Wlicrover Hour or flno gold is found in black sand there is usually found plat inum in greater or less quantities, but as it does not amalgamate it Is not usually saved. Inventors for years havo been racking their brains to get I a machino that will mechanically scp- ' arato fine gold and platinum from Hack sand as millions of dollars' worth of these precious metals are I known to bo in the sands of tho Snake, ' the Green...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 May 1905

PH 'R 1 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbnbbbb 1 i if iSi I m I Via Ghicago Via St. Louis mi I To Eastern Points bmeeeebS I I Either way you prefer, the Burlington can Wm I five you a service unexcelled by any other BB I lines. Its Standard sleeping cars leavingSalt I Lake City every day, go thro' to Chicago on Ht I time saving schedules,connecting at Denver Hj I with the Burlington's own thro1 trains to Mf I Omaha, and to St. Joseph, Kansas City and H I St. Louis. In both Chicago and St. Louis K I there is very convenient connection with H I principal trains forthe farther EastorSouth H I R. F. NESLEN, General Agent Wk I 79 West Second South St., H I Salt Lake City w . KB 'A The Local Merchant Advertisers Kft la tho beat judge of advertising generally ilnd people who buy things HbY f w mu uoou j B ,, n the mot receptive mood in tho B ' valuo of tho various weekly papora surrounding8 of Homo and Family H ' in thia Olty. Ho puts his money especially at evening, when thero is MB A whoro...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

I ji fill 74. No. 35 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 13, 1905. Pkicis 5 Cisnts ! f! 1 f" Political Outlook The political lino up for tho munlcl- pal election this fall is the subject of much speculation. At this time the in j dications are that there will bo four ! tickets in tho field, Republican, Dem- Iocratic, "American" and Socialist. In tho scramble it would bo difficult to fortell what tho result will bo. Without the "American" party tho Republicans would have an easy victory, but it Is generally conceded that tho "Ameri cans" will draw much moro extensive ly from tho Republicans than from the Democrats, while on the other hand the Socialists will mako a big pull from tho Democratic party. The So cialists, too, will cut a much greater figure in the election this autumn than I they have over done before. Tho So cialist party is gaining all over tho country and from recent Indications bids fair to supercedo tho Democratic party. Tho opportunity of tho Repub licans Is to look ahead and...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

J' I" 2 TRUTH. I ' DELINQUENT NOTICE. am if Juno Mining company, a corporation. nr ' j Principal placo of business, Salt Lako v- 'ij City, Utah. Notice Thcro aro dolln- Bf Ij fluent upon tho following described H i stock on account of Assessment No. !5, H v' levied on tho 3rd day of April, 11)05, Hi i the sovoral amounts set opposito tho Hi . names of tho respective shareholders HI : as follows: HI No. Shares. Amt. Hj 87 Anna M. Hansen GOO $ 1.25 Hj! ' 41 M. B. Hansen 2000 COO W I 92 M. D. Hanson COO 1.25 HjT 7C J. P. C. Ludolph fiOO 1.23 K 77 J. P. C. Ludolph COO 1.25 HF' ! i 78 J. P. C. Ludolph 500 1.25 MX '' 70 J. P. C. Ludolph 500 1.25 I', H 80 J. P. C. Ludolph 500 1.25 f 81 J. P. C. Ludolph GOO 1.25 f, " 82 J. P. C. Ludolph GOO 1.2G K 83 J. P. C. Ludolph GOO 1.25 Hj M 11G Ford O. Hanson 300 .75 Hj ii 9 P. W. Scnrff G000 12.50 179 P. W. Scarff 3200 8.00 Hp f , 10 P. W. Scarff 1000 2.60 Htt 11 P. W. Scarrt GOO 1.23 Hi J 12 P. W. Scarff 100 .25 Hj f 88 Ed Gerken 1000 2.50 m. ' 80 ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

I TRUTH. 3 WMfl II :twTold lock trick. ( ,mf thero is a sucker born every ,T!?n seems to bo a fact. Despite tact 5 S the lock trick has been thHtcn ui m newspapers from coast r,t ind from the Canadian lino ! mo gul at least twice a year for to '' wonty years; although th$ P.m is so oUlit has whiskers, tour f 'e to bite right along. One Mhcm was caught at the temple ofX only a day or two ago. There S? tic same old arrangement; the hrt the policeman and tho "coughing 5n"o the part of the victim. PWhat soit of peoplo arc they who aro taken in by such flimsy work? So tlioy ever read when at homo, or I f! they "too busy" to take a paper? Then isn't a bright lad on the streets ,ho could ho hornswogglod out of a ;'t by any such sort of grafting. The man who tried It on a boy would bo riven the laugh. Yet grown men, with their eye teeth cut, go up against these bunco steerers and are separ ated from their money with ease and celerity. There isn't much sympathy for the fellow who parts with ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

ffl I 4 TRUTH, X II I' IN THE SOCIAL REALM. Hjl (j Tho wedding of Miss Ida Kathryn HE i Ij Mecklenburg, formerly of this city, HE J. ' and Robert E. Cleveland took place HJ , Wednesday In Seattle. Mrs. P. C. HJ Mecklenburg of this city loft last week HE ; to attend tho nuptials. Mr. and Mrs. HJ 4 Cleveland will spend their honeymoon HL in British Columbia, and will bo at HE homo to their friends after Juno 15 In HE Seattle. JHJ ' . .Miss Maymo Me6kH entertained a HR tavf of her friends at an informal card Hfj ' party on Monday ovenlng In honor of HI . Mrs. Charles AVcst, who loaves on HE f I Sunday for a six weeks' visit with UTj '! friends in Portland, Ore. Tho rooms Hjj -j woro prettily decorated with lilacs. HJ? "Sixty-three" and ilinch woro played HJ M during tho evening, prizes being won EflU by Miss Mayer and Mr. Jack Berk- HE HE ! Mr. E. M. Allison entertained nt din- HE- ner Thursday oyoning at tho Unlvcr- HJi h sity club, Dr. John Franklin Crltchlow HE being the guest of ho...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

I TRUTH. 5 W'll I CHATTER. me'ng the personal opinions of tho in ii-p and for which no one else is ni fiS manner responsible.) ... an,i Mrs. Oscar Sims, wedded m mi,pr last, committed suicide K Their letters left behind ex- in their reasons for quitting this i PS Jlw. Sims wrote: l suppose you know I want to bo burled In my wedding suit. Please ip,ve all my rings on my lingers. 1 'S ;,, 0scar r had been true to him, Mnklnc ho would never know any different, but ho found It out. It 1,1 meant either separation or death, and 10 separation would deprive both of us cf privileges wo enjoy. Knowing ) death to be the surest and quickest 0 way out of it, I take my life, hoping "' that the life I lived will bo a warning I to all girls." Sims penned tho following: "Katie and I will leave this world this heautifitl Friday morning. 1 have written my business down to tho best of my knowledge. Tell my relatives to pay all my bills. I think there will be enough loft to give us a decent burial. I wa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

I j 6 TRUTH. I 1 H ::r: B 'I FAKE FISH PICTURES. l ItD i Just as soon as tho members of the H , Commorclnl club mul other visitors to H , Los Angolas got Bottled, wo expect to IHI vi sco a largo number of photographs, H V of numerous Salt Lakers stand- BUt ' ' lug beside a jow-llsh, sea bass- BjH or other majestic specimen of BH! I tho llnny tribe, alleged to have Et " been caught whilo off on tho visit. An Jm , ' ontorprlsing Los Angeles photographer nflf I has a studio especially llttcd up for H1' tourists who dcslro to astonish their mWt j ' friends at homo. Ho has a papier ma- HE I cho llsb, a foot longer than tho aver- B9 j ago nmii, hanging up against a bade HB t giound showing tho bay, with a trout fl rod standing alongsido, by which the Hj llshcrman (?) stnnds whilo tho artist KM ; presses tho button. Tho result is as- mm I ! tounding. It really looks as if tho HH i party had captured n hugo fish and HHt $1 wns being photographed at tho shore HHt soon after landing tho saino...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

1 " piJMll I TRU TH. 7 " "Jl fj "SHEP" AND HIS FEVER. .Never heard how 'Shep' spent ten Jon the back of a burro, did you?" I aid Mont Fisher to the writer man f ew days ago, and when he latter shook his head negatively, Fisher con- ''"Funniest story you over heard. .ahPD' was a prospector, whoso name Sin the states might have been SheDhard; but then that has nothing to do with the yarn. It's a fact, too; every word of It." "Shep' and two partners were up on l'onca creek, or some other old creek, a dozen miles from Ouray, or c0mo tlicr town over ln Colorailo ono I Mimmer prospecting. By the way Shep' was about six foot six and built according. That is to say, ho was tall ami bony, without limb or knot hole. Things were looking good for the boys I and pay dirt was showing up all right m when 'Shep' had to go and get sick." "'You feller's '11 excuse me,' said II 'Shep' one morning when the other 1 two arose to begin preparations for a day's work; 'You'll excuse me, but th I fact Is I'm...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

m 8 TRUTM, Bf," Issued Wookly liy H Truth Publishing Company. H , Western Nowspnpor Union Ilulldliig, 241 HI t ' South Wast Templo Stroot, H Suit Lnko City. jHt: John W. Hughes, Editor andManagor Hff Knterod Juno 10, 190), at Salt Lnko City, Utah IKt us spcoikI-cIiibs mnttor utiilor act of Concross jH ".r Maroh 3, 1870 U1 Terms of Subscription. ! i ONU YKAU 'In ailvatico) $2.00 R ' ;: SIX MONTHS fin nlvunco) 1.00 H TH (IRK MONTHS (In mlvniico) 73 UBMl H PostmnstorgsniidliieBiibscrlptlnns toTltUTH l ' I innyrotalu2.t porcout of subscription price ! ! i ns commission. BHr I I I T t ho pnper Is not doslred beyond tlin ilntn Ht i subscribed for, tlio publication sliriiild lin KJ I uotlllod by letter two weeks or inoro boforo H J tlio term expires. r K I Discontinuances. JIB ' i tlcinomhor thattho publisher must bo notl- Ht .! Hod by lottor'wlion u subscriber wishes bis BHI ; paper stopped; nil nr roars must bo paid in WMl '. i full. EKE i ! m J , ItoilucstR of Hiibsorlhors to luivo tbol...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

I TRUTH. 2. ff --1M ITAKAWANNA. (By C. M. 82tawM- . I tiiroitxh green -varieyawliero o siniplP, cradle' air; nne the Suehanna; where Tunic Alonsnnnocli's water flow; n.erhDlue mVs wooded hilltops, 0 down tp the Delaware ihn raiW of Lackawanna, thoso RUD shlnlnK bands of steel Tha bind the towns together, from Lake Erie to the sea; Ad tonight, as I sit dream ng, In m I A lonesome heart I feel, n-,r rails of Lackawanna, where you arc, I yearn to be. Pr the rails of Lackawanna pass the ?not where I was born; , Thcy cross "South Branch" oelow the Place where as a b6y 1 They glisten In the sunshine of the Pennsylvania morn That lights the hemlock studded vales where my dear dead are The whistle of her engines wakes the echoes I once heard In years agpnc, when for the sport, I called them up to me; When hillside' tossed to hillside each merry, mirthful -word; When rocks and rills were laugh ing in happiness and glee. Down "Martin's Crock" to Alford, 'twas "Montroso Depot" then; i past Ira...

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