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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

ri- "'' ' 'T """ " 'HmrtiW tfyi"-TV- 'iwWMmMww - - if yrogaw m WWIMtlllIWiti j y . -- - MMMM' If 10 TRUTH. Hot' n I I It I n n H I I I . f , Scene from Nat Goodwin's New Play "THE USURPER.." I Hfl m vH Kfl J Etltbllthid 1864 W.P.KISER.Mgr. J Henry H Wageiier jj H f I Brewing Co. I I LAGER BEER & PORTER" I HH tMi tf si (f Special attention given to bottled WM . beer for family trade. Free HH " $f st M delivery to all parts of m m the city. IM oFFict: IH 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH J IH V PHONE 210. St H '( AMUSEMENTS. B Suit Lako theatre Dark. H Utahna theatro Belliied vaudeville, H afternoon and evening. H 4 Grand theatre "A Brotlior's Crlmo," H ,' matinee today, performance tonight. B H ? COMING ATTRACTIONS. 4 Salt Lako theatre Testimonial Hl Benefit to Phil Margetts, May 15th; H ( Nat C. Goodwin, May 18-20. M Utahna theatre Week of May 15th. flH , Grand theatre Mack Swain Com- Hjfllj pany, week of May 18th. RHR KfpUtl It la anomalous that while the vlo- RWj lln has gained lu popularit...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

i mm m I TRU TM, n tin I "rrThmiso in contemplation, Mr. W. I frmrley will sure enough be the trie Tinman of Salt Lake. Notli 1 PL succeeds like success, and Mr. Xrley is certainly nothing if not suc cessful. The following" bookings have been ...in nt the Salt Lake theatre: Soth "n and Marlowe, May 22-23, in Shakespearean rival; Margaret Anglin, i no 5 0, in repertoire; Tim Frawley, I i no 9-10, probably in "Ransom's Fol I ft" John Drew, Juno 12-14, "Duke of I Kiliicranklo"; May Irwin, August 2Gth, I -Mrs Black is Back." Now there is I ., kt of good people for footlight lov 1 r" HARKY LH GRANDE. -f o SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. I Although the Symphony Orchestra I concerts have closed for the season, I the managers and directors of the or- canizatlon are still keeping it before jii0 public with the intention of mak- lng the next season oven moro suc I cessful than the past one. It has a snug sum in the treasury, and is gain ing new patrons and subscribers right along. It is an institution wo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

'zz! - -"- "mHHHHHai p : r i - J. 12 TRUTH. I 1 Paailiii B I TEACHERS' EXCURSION EAST. fljjc 'I I On May 27th and 2'Jtli, and on Juno HL I I ::nl, nth, lOtli and 12th, round trip j ! I tickets will be on Bale from Salt Lako ' Ht I City, Utah, as follows: PB I Chicago and return $44. GU ' I St. LouIh and return ?3t).5l) Br j i I St. Paul and Minneapolis and re- Hi ! I Omaha, St. .Joseph, Kansas City HI I and return :!2.0( B I Corresponding low rates to inter- Hj I mediate points. B ' I Through Pullman sleeping car to Hf. I Chicago daily, without change. Hf, I Through tourist sleeping cars three Hi I times a week. HI j I For further Information please call jB. I on or write to I R. F. NESLEN, General Agent v I 79 West Second South St., M I Salt Lake City H I' The Local Merchant Advertisers Vm la the beat judge- of advertising generally find people who buy things Hi t , " J ,' , , in the mot receptive mood in the WW valuo of tho various weekly papers surroundings of Home and Family HJ ...

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

I TRUTH. I Lawyer's Directory. I For handy reference, Truth prints kfl hn list of Salt Lake's practicing I wvers, with their addresses. If any 1 names wo omitted, or If there are any li errors In the list, corrections and ad- dltlons will bo made on receipt of notl- I Adams"' Thos.-720 McCornlck Block. I Anderson, J. R 58 Hooper Block. I Anderson, T. J 58 Hooper Block. Armstrong. S. P. 123 Com'l. Bloc.'". DaSan. O. H.-32 Main St. Bailey. L. J., Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Bk Bldg. Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. Barnes, A. R. 212 S. Main. Bennett & Bierer 1G3 S. Main. Bird, W. H. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. Booth, Lee & Ritchie 500 Auorbach. Boswell, Wm. 401 McCornlck Block. Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building. Bowdle, J. R 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M. 431 D. P. Walker. Boyd, C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. Bradley & RIschel 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. IBramel, W. H.-r401 Auerbach Block. Breeden & White 311 D. P. Walker. Brothers, M. R 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Arthur...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

T 'm 7 : ' '" - v T HMMBBBBBM if 1 14 : TRUTH. J ' CM. NIELSEN, Attornoy, H H ' i j Constitution Block. B NOTICE. jBV In tho District Court, Probate DIvl- BMj j sion, In and for Salt Lttko County, MM1 ! Stato of Utah. H I In tho mattor of tho cstato of ft j Chrlstlno Gabrlclson, deceased. No- BM tlco. Tho petition of F. W. Shonrold, ox- BMfc I ccutor of tho cstato of Chrlstlno Ga- UMf 1 briolson, deceased, praying for an or- HJw ' dor of sale of real property of said do- BE cedent', and that all persons Interested IM -. I ' nppcar boforo tho said Court to show M , causo why an order should not bo ft! !' , granted to sell so much as shall bo Hi, ' necessary, of tho following described Hi real estate of said deceased, to-wlt: QBj ' Beginning at tho southeast cornor Bt j ' of lot 7, block 28, Brighton, Farming HJ , Plat, and situated in tho northeast Hj h quarter of section 8, township 1 south H of rango 1, west of Salt Lake Mor- iMj- ldlan, U. S. Survoy. And running MB i ! thence nort...

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

TRUTH. 15 r JH (i H Backman, Attorney. 32 South Main Street. ' SUMMONS. n 1 i fho District Court of the Third Tudlclal District oftho State of Utah, rounty of Salt Lake. t John M. Breeze, Trustee, and as .Sstrator of the estate of Thorn- t! Price i deceased, Plaintiff, vs. Oil- r,g peyton and Ida M. Peyton, his I Sfe- Addison Cain and Fernand Hen- mtin Defendants. Summons. The State of Utah to the said Defend ants: You aro hereby summoned to ap nea,, within twenty days after the ser vice of this summons upon you, if served within the county in which I this action is brought, otherwise, with In thirty days after ervice, and de fend the above entitled action; and In case of your failure so to do, judgment will bo rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, a copy of which Is here with served upon you. .0. H. BACKMAN, ' Plaintiff's Attorney, p. 0. Address: No. 32 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. I PATTERSON & MOYER, Attorneys. I Commercial Block. SUMMONS....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 May 1905

fSPSlHWHHHHMHHHHHHHMHHH v - ..,.-'&!' -'-- w .. "hhht D.H. PEERY COl I I GOLD MINES 1, r Goldfield, Nevada. I i Second Allotment of Shares of Montgomery Mountail I ! Mining Company. 1 I i; ,. 100,000 Shares of $1.00 par Value at 75 cents. 1 H ' ' From the Goldfield Sun. April 30th. R '4- HI i A telegram from Salt Lako City announces that 70 ' , tho first shipment of 28 tons of oro from the- Mont- Mj j, gomory-Shoshono Mines Co., whose property Is locat- 0 , cd on the north half of Montgomery Mountain In Hull- HJ I fiog, netted $500 per ton from the Hincltors. Tho oro HJ ' was taken across tho 12 feet of vein uncovered In H '. the Shoshone tunnel (luring the Ilrst month's (level- HJ opmcut work, without sorting or sampling. Hf 'The Shoshono ledgo traverses tho property of Hf i ' the Montgomery Mountain Mining Co." E. A. MONT- Mn '; - OOMEHY, three-quarters owner of the Montgomery- HJ "t Slioshono mine. H i , "It Is only of a littlo development work before tho Hf f Montgomery end ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 May 1905

ANTI-KNOCKERS' EDITION. M ' Special Edition No. 5 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 17, 1905. Pkich 5 Cunts fl B Che Reverend Knockers must 60 1 HJ Hl Some people affect to believe Uiat ?cHH1 Truth doesn't like churches, and that B it has a deep-rooted antipathy to jH preachers. Nothing could be further VH from the facts. Truth bollevos In HH "' churches, believes that ministers do jHH a vast amount of good, that a people rHHJ or a country without churches would SVJ ' bo an exceedingly undesirable people HH " to liavo anything to do with and an ex- HH ceedlngly undesirable country to live 'HJ In, but unfortunately and perhaps nn- rHJ avoidably, sometimes, wo might al- ,HH most say frequently men got Into the (HH ministry who arc a disgrace to their HH cloth and to their churches. In Utah HH that is notably the case. Half a dozen jHH or maybe a dozen preachers have HH wrought more Injury to this state ma- :HH tcrially, morally and intellectually ,H, than any other equal number of men H' with...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 May 1905

SSSgP 2 TRUTH- MgjBig Issued Woolily by EjHf Truth Publishing Company. EjBlf Western Newspapor Union Hulldlnu', 211 H South West Teinnlo Street, rE) Salt Lako City. IH John W. Hughon.EdltorandMannger HflBij Entered Juno 19, 1903, at Salt Lake City, Utah KarHf as second-class matter uudor act of Congress MB of Maroh 3, 1879" H'Ht Terms of Subscription. l ONI! YKAU (In advance) $2.00 mH SIX MONTHS (In ailvanco) 1.00 m THREE MONTHS (In advanco) 75 Hp Postmasters sendlnc subscriptions tn TRUTH HH (I may rotsln 25 per oont of subscription prlco HLHtl as commission, Hi If tho paper Is not desired beyond thn data Hfljfj subscribed for, tho publication should ho MBrj notlilod by lottor two weeks or moro boforo HflHc tho tonn oxplros. jij Discontinuances, BH Rnmembor that tho publisher must bo notl- H)- Hod by lottor wlion a subscribor wishes his Uj paper stopped; all arrears must bo paid in RHIIVrl ssHIl Hl Requests of subscribers to liavo tliolr papor HHjP mailed to a now address, to secur...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 May 1905

BflflflMHHMMMMBMM TRUTH. 3 H RAILWAY RATE ISSUE. ( loiitliiuerf fro n imKO I.) which, it true, would make it a bad law, but I have shown suillciont of his objections to give the reader an idea of what a great railway magnate? lias I to say. President Koosovclt, in his ' message to congress, heretofore re ferred to, emphatically declares the lssuo: "The government must, in an in creasing degree, supervise and regu late the work of the railways in inter state commmerce; and such increased supervision is the only alternative to an increase of the present evils on the one hand, or a still moro radical policy on the other. In my judgment, the most Important legislative act now needed ns regards the regulation of corporations Is this act to confer on the Interstate Commerce Commission tho power to revise rates and regula tions, the revised rates to at once go r into effect, and stay in effect unless, and until, tho court of review reverses It." Governor Lafollotte, the anti-trust governor...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 May 1905

ii truth. HSjJK JOTS BY THE WAY. H Iii hist Saturday's Truth appeared a HJ story about a man named Thomas ol NH St. George eloping with his own wife. EjHJ Truth stilted that as soon as the dully HH papers discovered it, they would re- HB, produco It with big head lines. Mon- HV day's Trlbuno fulfilled tho prediction. HI Well, it saves telegraph tolls to copy HH news from Truth, but at tho same PHJ tlnio wo think tho Trlbuno ought to bo Pin generous enough to give credit for UH what it scissors. HJ Hussoll Lowry, accompanied by JEU Mrs. Lowry, aro in from their bridal HH trip and will soon bo at homo to their H friends. On tho way back sumo Salt HHJ Lake parties noted tho happy couple HjH in the dining car and promptly scut BH1 n snucer of uncooked rice to tho table HH with the coniplinicnts of tho- donors. HH HH Tho special correspondenls who ac- HH uompnnled tho Commercial club to HH tho coast aro homo again. Tlioy ro- HJH port a very busy time and declare that HH no matter what ha...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 May 1905

I TR.U TH. 7 1 Women's Trousers at Hyderabad. Tho first llmo I was introduced Into the linrnni of ono of tho noblomcn of Hjderabad, In tlio Dcccan, I was sur prised to find (ho Begum and her ladles dressed In tight-fitting trous ers mado of rich damask stilts. It be- ing tho fashion to have these trousers as close-fitting as possible, they arc actually sewn on, and aro taken off and changed about once a fortnight. London Dally Mall. Good Spirit In a Hospital. Most of us aro 111, and somo of us are dying. We are all fighting for our lives Inch by inch. But wo con trlvo to crowd more fun Into our days than wo ever did when wo wore well; and our conflict with a baf fling dlseaso lends piquancy to com monplace and trivial things. High spirits rulo here. Rov. C. F. Aked 0 (Davos Platz). Sahara Sands Shifting. Along tho northern edgo of tho Sa hara ruins of tho old Itoman villas and temples half burled In tho sand aro found. They provo that within tho last twenty centuries tho Sahara sand...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 May 1905

H m "" o" -r - p0 oaaaaaaaaaaaaaaloaaaaal fH fy ..ii'WifPIIMNti igjjpPWliBgwyiffJ ittWWWBPW ptiwiMi.', j i.,uwui hupwhjw i " mkj.' mjuhi.i i mi iM 8 TRUTH. 11 TEACHERS' EXCURSION EAST. On May 27t.li anil 2!)lli, and on Juno ISnl, Glh, 10th and 12th, round trip tickets will bo on salo from Salt Lako City, Utah, as follows: Chicago and return ?44.5U St. Louis and return $39.50 St. Paul and Minneapolis and re turn 41.90 Omaha, St. Josoph, Kansas City and return '32.00 Corresponding low rates to all points east of Missouri Itlver. Through Pullman sleeping car to Chlcngo dally, without change. Through tourist sleeping cars three times a week. Var lurther Information pleaso call on or write to R. F. NESLEN, General Agent 79 West Second South St., Salt Lake City BloaaBBaWBaBWBMBalBaMBaWBWBOMBlaaBaaaaaBaMBoaBa B, The Local Merchant Advertisers I la the beat judge of advertising pnorally find people who buy things H , o mo " J b in tho mob roceptlvo mood in the .J valuo of tho various weokly...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 May 1905

H '- " '- t , n h I H . B ' . . - 2; ! - I H I 19?3 " TABLE 1 I 1 Pairof I LlPriftfj LOOSfi L,NENS 'I B Rl1lIrAfo F B DIRECT FROM The LOOMS ' JOIUIleiS OF OLD IRELAND. 1 at prices that will make Hundreds of Patterns ' Rome howl-Come get a 1 1 1 of mill lengths in Table j H dozen pair. SHIRT I H Sk 23 5 J K" S Linens at but little more , WAISTS Cheaper than V I II I V I d W W W kost to you thaTabk you ever dreamed of. 'vrtM.mwiiii m, .-,JJaIM,Jn .iihoim Oil Cloth elsewhere. - ' H ; H UNDER THE FIRE OF WORKMEN FIGHTING AS NEVER BEFORE SINCE WE WERE BORN. YOU WILL HEAR CANNONS PEAL B FORTH. IT'S THE BATTLE OF OUR LIVES THE VERY WALLS OF THIS HISTORIC CITY WILL fl B SHAKE FROM CENTRE TO CIRCUMFERENCE fl I g3lTF ACH MORNING AT DAYLIGHT WE CONTINUE THE BATTLE of our lives, and up to the midnight hours of U fl VUEMay 29th the battle goes on that will be remembered for the next 100 years by those war-priced vets. If they get in front of H fv le kjg guns re snes WH fal1 tnic and fflSt for th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

r 'i&BBBBBBBBL IB f ' H I i Jhhb 4 1 BJ47no.36 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MAY 20, l'J05. ' Pmcic 5 Cisnts J H cue Agricultural College muddle Logan, Utah, May 17th, 1905. B Editor Truth: "What alls Logan Brnl tho Agricultural college?" Is the Kucstlon of tho hour in this city. Tho Kcoplc of Logan do not seem to realize Kt, hut tho causo is, too much Kerr. IBto hear President Kerr and his friends talk, ono would suppose that H'rcsidcnt Kerr is tho people, and un Hickh lie is retained as president, the cnllege will bo removed from this Bclty. His son Is said to have made tho Hrcmark that "Pop has his hands on the B politics of Cache county, and hcrcaf Ktcr, it will not bo Democrats and Ho B publicans, but college and anti-col-Blcgc." H Tho Agricultural collego is being in Bjured by this agitation, and President B Kerr is responsible for it. The stu IBB dents are in a stato of unrest, and a IHH spirit of insubordination abounds in HB tho class rooms. They have been led B to believe that...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

- m; i; ,'W. '. i"'n "inW,'.WM"HMIITI I'" - wy'" Ul W" ' ' " '"" ; w iBBBBBi rfffF 2 TRUTH. I Kill 11 .. plo. When I think that tho church ah- HI; t solutcly gets ten per cent of tho In- l crease of tho membership I am prono Hjl Jr to remark that It Is a bad state of af- B fairs; that It Is a condition that cries IH out for a remedy." H "Especially as wo get nono of It," H remarked .Too thoughtlessly. Then ho H , J said to himself sotto voce: "I won- IH A I der If any of tho tttho collectors play Iff 1 poker?" IH c "What was your last remark?" in- aH I quired the colonel. RH "Nothing," responded .Too hastily, "1 BtPJ ' was merely saying that tho church had a bigger graft than a Tammany H man In tho days of Croker." H "Well," said Frank, "whatever you ID gentlemen say must bo dono will bo H , dono. I am hero for tho purpose of pal raising hell in any old way and am BHrT ready for business." PJJU "Surely tho sad stato of affairs theso flHlft pcoplo find themselves In is ono that M f d...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

- I TRUTH, ,3 1 H MAMMOTH EDITION OF TRUTH. I I NEXT WEDNESDAY'S SPECIAL I EDITION OF TRUTH WILL BE NU- I MERICALLY PROBABLY THE VERY I LARGEST EDITION OF ANY PAPER I EVER ISSUED IN THIS STATE. FIF- I TEEN THOUSAND COPIES HAVE H ALREADY BEEN ORDERED AND H THE PROBABILITIES ARE THE ED- V H ITION WILL RUN UP TO 20,000. THE H OBJECT OF THIS LARGE EDITION ? H IS TO COUNTERACT THE KNOCK- 1 ERS AT HOME AND ABROAD AND T0 TELL WITHOUT EXAGGERA- if TION THE GOOD THINGS WE HAVE H IN UTAH AND IDAHO. IT WILL BE H EXTENSIVELY CIRCULATED IN I NEW YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, AND I OTHER EASTERN STATES, AS H WELL AS AT HOME. WE THINK H WE ARE DOING GOOD WORK FOR ES UTAH AND EXPECT THE EN- H DORSEMENT OF THOSE WHO 111 HAVE THEIR OWN INTERESTS M AND THE INTERESTS OF THE I M STATE AT HEART. THE KNOCK- M ERS WILL RECEIVE NO QUARTER M FROM US. WE HAVE THEM ON THE RUN NOW. , i o f TOLD THE NAKED TRUTH. ; i fiev. O. A. W. Cage, up to last Sun- ! day, was pastor of tho Simpson Meth- e oillst church, of Denver. Ho ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

i ""'. 4 TRUTH- flfe IN THE SOCIAL REALM. at Jt Miss Daisy Harroun and Dr. A. C. 5 Behlo wcro married Monday aftornoon in tho presence of a few immedlato relatives by Dean J. B. Eddie. The ! ceremony took place at St. Mark'j . cathedral and Immediately after tho couple left for tho coast to bo gono I about two weeks. ? f Mr. and Mrs. George "Whipple- havo ' returned to their homo In tho cast. Mrs. Whipple spent tho winter with her daughter, Mrs. O. W. Powers, and Mr. Whipple was hero for a few days, having come out to accompany his tJ wlfo homo. I K Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Thurman of BfSF" Provo havo announced tho engagement Hm I of their daughter Margaret to Ray- Wi9 mond Irving, of this city. Ir I ' if ' Mr. and Mrs. George Stolnor havo pj, ' gono to Minneapolis. li Jt jt II Mr. and Mrs. George A. Snow loft HIE Sunday evening for their homo in Chi JT cago. mm fe' Colonel nnd Mrs. W. E. Dorscy Hfjf passed through tho city Monday on H).L their way homo to Boise, after their H& weddi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

I TRU TH. 5 l o ! a I Misuse of Agricultural College Funds a H y I Troublo has broken out in the Agrl- I cultural college. It Is alleged that the reason therefor I l3 0 a rellglo-polltlcal character. '' I The real reason Is gross mlsapplica- E tlon of the public funds In tho man- I agement of that Institution. I Funds voted by tho people, through I their legislative representatives, for I specific purposes, have been diverted I unlawfully to other purposes, i I The president of tho college faculty, I William J. Kerr, has "worked" tho old H board of college trustees to a finish; I ho has "gulled" the dally newspapers H till they will not or dare not let the B people know tho real state of affairs. 91 Truth did not caro to butt into this n ease till occasion demanded. Tho oc- casiou has come in tho bolts of false- H hood that have been launched against H tho three new trustees, who aro not B Ken's servile tools. Truth will give H In this Issue a few of the facts. Tnero H Is so much th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 May 1905

1 L -' 6 TRUTH. I H ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NOTES, BH MIhs Elizabeth Mclntyro leaves Sat- HI urday for tho cast. IBB vi t H" Mr. and Mrs. James Cobb left Wed- HH ncsdny evening for Los Angeles to Ml. spend several months with their son, HH Ives. wm & Bi ; Mr. Glen Miller left Thursday to IH join Mrs. Miller and the children in B Switzerland, wlioro they havo been Mb staying for a year or more. They will jm malco a tour of Italy and Spain, return- H , ing to Salt Lake in about four months. B n QT BOTKIN GETS A CONSULSHIP. Mm HL7 ! Judge Tlieodoslus Botkin, for many H years nn ardent worker in tho ranks Hbt of tho Republican party, a resident ol fl r tills stato for somo time, and ono of H 1 tllu best cani)algners In it, is about to HH ff bo appointed to a consulship, if reports HI jf aro correct. Tho post to which lie will 99 gj bo assigned is what was known to tho HHC Sf last generation as tho Islo of Franco, hI and it is located in the Indian ocean, I 1 "onr lll equator, and about 50...

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