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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 May 1905

XRU TM, 5 I ' I THE RESORTS OPEN. It was an ideal day 'yesterday, and tho various resorts opened to good business. Saltair had thirty train, ind there were frequent trains run to 1 agoon. The Salt Palace also was right in line. The telephone system to bo in stalled at Saltair will be not only a unique but convenient feature. From the various tables of tho lunch room it will be possible to ring up the wait ers without shouting through a mega phone. Then, too, the bathers out in the water will bo able to talk to the pavilion, or indeed, to any point on the II. M. Bell system. I.agoon where the eiowds go Is prettier than ever before. Tho green lawns and fragrant (lowers are like the call of tho beautiful to the jaded city man. Mr. Bcrgorman, tho genial manager, may always be counted on to greet the crowds with his usual glad smile. Excursion Agent J. U. Mean also has tho faculty of knowing how to make a ciowd happy. The (en thousand-dollar theatre at Saltair will bo a very pretty amuse...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 May 1905

ri fa' -1 PERRY HEATH IN TOWN. f j f i Our esteemed friend and fellow- 1 ' townsman, Perry Heath don't say you do not remember him; of courso you do; the follow who used to bo on ! X- j' tho Washington pay-roll as a stablo- jM boy; tho man who was In tho post- f af ofllco with Machen; Old Statute of I I Limitations Perry was In the city I Monday, after having returned front a I journey to Africa and other points of 1 1' interest. During his stay in Africa 1 F Mr. Heath saw tho pyramids. Thoy I I ' arc still In Africa. Mr. Heath did not ,1 I , bring them back with him. It must li&ll bo romonibored that tho pyramids aro W i mntl ot 8,ono 1)locls weighing many I ( if' tons each. Ho also saw tho Sphynx. B ft j ' It ls n,so licavy, and remains where I, it was when seen by Mr. Heath. Be H I sides, it must bo remembered that L Mr. Heath was resting. Immediately upon his return to this BfL1 , city Mr. Heath was Interviewed. This iff f Is tho first time his name has been In Hf f tho pape...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 May 1905

An Appropriate Prayer. Miss Stratton, formerly dean ol Wellesley college, was leading chapel on tlio morning before collcgo closed for tlio Thanksgiving recess. The sub ject of her discourso lind been for eign missions, yet her audlonco was startled to hear her announce that special prayer would bo offered, that J morning, for Turkey. I Fox and Puppy Play. I A vixen fox about two years old and I a nupy hound from Earl Dathurst's Uennols nro to bo seen playing to gether at Church Farm, Slddington, near Cirencester, Englnnd. Tlio vixen iva3 caught when very young. Chil dren caress her, and tho foxhound puppy and she play together for hours. First Passover Celebration. Tho Jewish passovor, a festival In commemoration of tho destruction of tho first horn of tho Egyptians, while the houses of tho Jews were spared, was first celebrated In tho now tem ple 513 n. C. Snow In the Tropics. Snow, even In tho tropics, never melts, but remains continuously all the year round above a height of 1G,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 31 May 1905

i c i - . , i , ,-,..... ,. i, ... ...r w nim i ' ' wmwmrn i -V ll I rtf'j' BMBBBBBBBBBi s-J-i 8 TRUTH. y 1' 1, j II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 III 1 1 1 I II Iff i fiSSSES UpiKaiiiBSSSSSS&w I j j if iH H'' 1 i' 'I B a ' 'I W If One-way Fare Plus $2 for I I : Round Trips between Utah and I pi all Points between the I fl II j Missouri River and Chicago, I Vf I Deluth and St. Louis, Starting I mn I I May 27, 29; June 3, 5, 10, 12. I H t I ' ' I Final limit for return, September 15. I H ? f ( i I Stop-overs, cither way, west of Missouri River. I fH jK i'l I Now tell mo wlioro you plan to go I jK 1 itnd I will rIvo you full dotalls. I J I R. F. NESLEN, General Agent I HI.' I 79 West Second South St., I if l I Salt Lake City I fflv? II I HBVM The Local Merchant Advertisers Hri Ib the best judge of advertising Bonerally find people who buy thinga MHKj " . " J ,H ,, in the mot receptive mood in the Ml - I value of the various weekly papers Burroundingn of Homo and Family nKjtfj ( In this Olty. He p...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905

L. 4; No. 38 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JUNE 3, 1905. Phicis 5 Cent3 Wtf f I I Decision is far Reacfttoa I At tho closo of tho articlo last wook on tho eight hour law decision, I quoted from Justice Harlan's dissenting opin ion that the statuto had Us origin In part In tho belief that tho employees in bakeries were not upon an equal footing with tho employer; that tho necessities of tho employees often compelled thom to submit to unjust and harmful exnetions. I continuo bo quote from Justico Harlan's dissent ing opinion: "While this court has not attempted to mark tho precise boundaries of what is called tho police power of tho state, tho existonco of tho power has been uniformly recognized, equally by tho Federal and Stato courts. "All tho cases agreo that this power extends at least to tho protec tion of tho lives, tho health, and tho safety of tho public against tho in jurious cxerciso by any citizen of his rights. "In Patterson vs. Kentucky, 97 U. S. 501, after referring to tho gener...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905

2 TRU TH. fi I1 observed to draw up his coat collar and shiver. 4 ' But later on ho admitted that bo- J? ' fore anything could bo dono the old WJ J debt would have to bo wiped out and SL j the sinews of war provided. It Is told fe ' Truth that ho suggested asking somo ' ' of the peoplo not presont about how much they would chip Into the pot bo- fore any of tho members present mado I any definite offers, this wlso and sa- , R plcnt remark being warmly applauded, t ft another member observing that per- II haps It would bo a good Idea, because H lf llie "conl Prcscnt Btnrtcil tho hall t"" Jfe rolling they might havo to foot all l' the bills as they did last fall; that Is t&; m nil that woro footed. r ' I One or two of tho members of tho j coterie promised to put up several I thousand apleco and related that thoy " l had friends who would also punglo t k a limited extent, but it was noticeable tk ,r that tho aforesaid pungllng was not t' dono then and thoro; that no chocks K I were ...

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

h TRUTH, 3 , .;JH il LOGAN LETTER. I Logan, May 31: President Kerr's I hold on the state press is an easy problem since your oxposo of his tac tics, and the people hero can readily l see that with tho Tribune it Is a case of church and tho Mormon hier archy; with tho Herald politics; and with tho News an attempt to show that ho is tho finest ovor and that tho collcgo would go to tho dogs if ho were discharged. Further ho has I tho Logan Journal because ho Is a I Democrat, and it appears as though I ho has been successful in subsidizing tho lessees pf tho Logan Republican 1 Fred Tumor and N. Ralph Moore. i Turner it will bo remembered is tho man with a political record. Ho was onco a Democrat, then a Republican, and now a Democrat again. Politic ally ho Is looked upon as tho Frank J. Cannon of Cache. Ho can get on more sides of a question than any man that ovor hit a trail; ho Is a Judas Iscarlot of tho first water, and can bo ' handled for much less than thirty pieces of Bllvor. Moo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905

miLJrjiimM i r r 1 1 I I i "TM f 4 TRU TH- T 1 IN THE SOCIAL REALM. X Tho first of tho series of Shake- H spearean lecture recitals for the ben- H eflt of the Infants' home on I street W was given Monday evening beforo an V audience of about two hundred per- ' sons. Tho home of Judge and Mrs. O. W. Powers, In Poppcrton, "Lingor- m longer," was thrown open and the K guests were received by Mrs. C. C. Kj Goodwin, Mrs. V. Mont Ferry, Mrs. C. j H. McMahon and Mrs. Ellsworth Dag- B gctt. Professor Edgar C. Abbott was (, H tho speaker of tho evening, and his V subject was Othello. i r Kt st st ma Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Keycs en- B tortalned at dinner Sunday evening complimentary to Miss Violet Neill. " Sf Tho decorations wcro in red and whito W and tho guests to meet Miss Nell wcro ' Ci Captain Madden of Fort Douglas, Cap- H tain and Mrs. S. V. Hamm, Miss Sarah I H Alexander and Ashby Cleveland. I m Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon L. Butler will t"M leave tho early part of Juno for Mexico Mi to spe...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905

h TRU TH. . 5 i Hfl I Mrs. II. L. Miller was again hostess Wednesday afternoon of a bridge party. Green and white was the color scheme. The parlors and library were hanked with many potted palms and Indian baskets arranged in the cor ners. Mrs. George M. Downing and Mrs. David It. Gray poured coffee. Bridge prizes wero won by Mrs. Jacob B. Bamberger, Mrs. Hubbard Reed, Mrs. F' - Fabian and Mrs. Georgo Downing. The guests numbered thirty. & v Mrs. Frederick TJ. Leonard was the hostess Wednesday afternoon of a card party and plate shower In honor of Miss June Blntz. "Sltxy-thrco" was the game played, Miss Clara Deal win- , ning the first prize. Miss BIntz, the guest of honor, also received a prize. Mrs. Leonard's guests wero Mrs. T. I Bay Brmin, Mrs. C. P. Loofbourow, ; Mrs. A. II. Joplln, Mrs. Prank G. White, Miss Livingstone, Miss Street, f Miss Clara Deal, Miss Edith Halo, Miss Florence Grant, Miss Mercy Berkley, ! Miss Louise Lamson, Miss Delia Rich ards, Miss Helen Buckingham...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905

6 TRUTH- , I THE CRAFTSMAN8 LIFE AND LOT ; IN JAPAN. i When, for humanity at large, the no- dulo of unknown Japan was knocked open by the diplomatic hammers of Commodore Perry and Townsend Har ris, the sparklo of the crystals within surprised the world. Hero wore things of form, color, beauty, that had taken ages to grow. Such results could have been evolved only through centuries of steady operation. When again, In 1894, the mighty bubble of great China's military repu tation was pricked by the Mikado's bayonets, the world again wondered at the academic nicety of organization. Now, in 1905, when colossal Russia's x craft and power by land and sea Ho humbled before the whilom puny Ja pan, tho world's breath is taken away. How was It done? asks the critic who thought ho know. Yet wo who worked J , night and day, and shoulder to shoul der with tho Japanese thlrty-flvo years ago "to re-lay tho foundations of tho empire" are not and cannot bo surprised. Three great elements of powor mak...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905

BBMHBHHHIHBBBHHBHHBBBBBBBBBH I TRUTH, '!i f HAGENBARTH'S BAD BREAK. President Frank J. Hagonbarth, of tlio National Live Stock Association, Is about as sapient; about as wise; as sagacious; about as acuto as any man who over came down the pike. This Is demonstrated by an Interview he stands sponsor for In yesterday's issue of the Herald. In this Interview he attempts to show why beef on the hoof brings a very low price to the retailer. I Listen to what Mr. Hagenbarth says, yen buyers of meat. "I3eef is high to the consumer, be cause more than half the consumers in this country demand loin steak or rib roast. They will not buy tho cheaper and poorer grades of meat. Tho result Is that there is an abnormal demand for tho bettor meat while tho poorer meat goes begging. Go into tho market and you will llnd that you can buy th6 nock, the shank and the other pari of the carcass asido from tho loin sur prisingly cheap." All of which shows that Hagenbarth doesn't know what he Is talking abou...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905

I 8 TR1JT H, I jjs H Issued Wookly ly JSkLB) Truth Publishing Company. Pw&'mI Wostorn Newspupor Union llulldliic, 211 -r-S K South Wost Templo Stroot, Vtltyjf m Salt Lako City. -'" . '' I 'S John W. Hughes, Editor and Manager !f ' I !t " I Bntorod Juno 19, 1901, at Salt Lnlca City. Utiili ' I as anooud-clast mattor uudor act of Congress I of March 3, 1879- Terms of Subscription. ( ONK YKAll In ndvauco) $2.00 SIX MONTHS (In ailvnnco) 1.00 THREB MONTHS (In advmico) 75 I Postraastorssniidiiicrstihsorlptlons to TItUTII i may retain 25 per oont of subscr.ptlon prico as commission. If tho paper is not desired beyond tho (Into subsnrlhed for, tho publication should bo notlflo J by lottor two woeks or inoro boforo tho term oxplrcs. Discontinuances. Remombpr that tho publisher must bo uotl , iled by lettor wlion n subsorlbor wishes IiIh ' ' paper stopped; all arrears must bo paid In Requests of subscribers to havo their pnpor ' . mulled to a new address, to sceuro atten tion, must mentio...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905

I TRUTH. 2 ! rl OPENING OF THE RESORTS. Harry Heagren will bo "the man be hind the wheel" at the saucer track his season, which means that Salt linkers will bo given a run for their money during the racing season. Man ner Heagren will hang up some big rat purses at every race, and with the best of racing talent always on hand, the winners will have to go some to land tho lucre. All the old favorite riders will be on hand, a bunch of now amateurs, and the best profession al talent that over held tho handle bars. Every racing program will be a strictly "your money's worth" from start to finish. Those who know Man ager Heagren are already convinced that wheel racing will be tho event of tho season In little old Salt Lake. The Salt Palace grounds and theatre will afford plenty of amusement to those who love variety of entertain ment. Outside of other features, tho salt palace Itself will bo a source of attraction to visitors and tourists. There have been "corn palaces" and ' "Ice palace...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905

I Qt TRUTH. I 11 Mm a ygg J Etlibllthid 1864 W. P. KISER.Mgr. 11 Henry j if 5 Wagener II 5 Brewing 3 H s co. i WnM 1 I LAGER BEER & PORTER" I 1' HI H 0 K?m Special attention given to bottled aft ,.B j l beer for family trade. Free N'B delivery to all ports of ',B the city. & wmm W?M office : jLM 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH lH'ifl PHONC 210. w$m U AMUSEMENTS. I&"1! Utalina theatre Refined vaudovllle, ij. afternoon and evening. jjfxH Grand theatre BIttnor stock com. WU pany in "Camllle," matlneo today, por- v'&iB formanco tonight. $rM COMING ATTRACTIONS. HpH Salt Lake theatre T. D. Frawlcy in IpH "Ransom's Folly," Juno 9-10. I? jB Utahna park Grand opening of sea- :"B son, Juno 5th. Pv Tho B. Y. university students, in ?&$ "Tho Beggar Studont," introduced a gPH chorus to Salt Lako whloh took tho JRJjH town by the cars. 9 It was vocally drilled to tho singing 1 point a musical assertion that (Its ifljfM only a fow traveling choruses, which flfl have visited us during the pa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905

I TRU TH, Li :jji I nARTCH CERTAINLY SHOULD RE- J BA",W SIGN. Somo weeks ago this paper directed I , attention of Chief Justice Bartch tQ thc fact that he ought to resign from his high position on the bench. Halms not seen At to take this ad vice and continues to hold right on, while a few of his friends are said to he seriously contemplating trying to havo his bust placed In tho Hall of Again wo reiterate tho statement that Chief Justice George Washington Bartch should resign his judicial of flce We make this statement be cause, it is understood there are going to be' some proceedings in connection with the Sheba mine that will not re dound to the credit of either Judge Bartch, or his son-in-law Child, and wo want tho Supreme court protected from tho taint that will bo cast upon it. In common with a great many citi zens, this paper prefers to havo it said that Bartch was "formerly a member of the Supremo court" than to have It bruited about that "he Is a member of tho Supremo court...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905

i ,. iMMMWMiMBiBMBaMBBBgMawiBMaBBsaiMTtfiriHmwi aaaaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaw BSBIHHlKaHBHHHHHiHIHHBHIHHHiHilHHHBIHBHHiK?T" ' "" m?WPv. "aaaaH 12 TRUTH- I M Proposals Not Plentiful. mt It Is o. popular fallacy that proiosala M eov llko fruit on the Santa Claus M tree, merely waiting for us to put out " our hands and pluck one. But the young woman who has worked llko a $m stoker In the Eoclal engine from 9 In fl tho morning until 12 at night to attain ffl a house, a carriage, a husband, and a ' B baby, could tell Laura Jean Llbby and : I others a different talc. Helen Itow- " S land's "Digressions of Polly." J Free Theater Refreshments. HJ Manager Musgrovo has commenced H supplying patrons of tho circle and J front stalls of tho Lyceum (Sydney) B with refreshments free of charge. H Another manager is said to bo think- Hj Ing of following his lead. It seems Hj to be an unwise thing to begin; If H managers don't look out it'll become M as big a curse to them as counter lunches to publicans. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905
Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905

I 14 THO TM- I ft Also 13 All of lots throo (3) and four (4) In rill block (7), also lots flvo (5) nnd six ,jj (C) In block eight (8) of Muscatlno iH Placo, nn addition to Salt Lako City, mm utaba Km All of lot twenty-one (21), Fox sub- nR division of lot two (2), block twenty- $jm three (23) of Flvo Acre plat "A," Big ' Field Survey. p9 Also U All of lots six (G) nnd seven (7), In S block ono (1), of Newport subdlvlson H of lot twenty (20), block seventeen B (17), Fivo Aero plat "A," Big Field survoy. MR Also WB All of lot ono (1), block ono (1), ; S Remington park, a subdivision of lots g olghtccn (18) and nineteen (19) in 9jK block twonty-flvo (25), Flvo Aero plat m "A," Big Fiold survoy. jiiflj Also. fjm All of lots twonty (20) and twenty- fjm -:ne (21) In block ono (1), of Coatcs & i&Sl Corum's subdivisions of block twenty- $m six (2C), plat "C," Salt Lako City Bur- ISj voy' "SB Also (Wm All of lots twenty-thrco (23) and lUl twenty-four (24) in block one (1), of ijH Col...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905
Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 June 1905

""" ' 16 TRUTH. I One-way Fare Plus $2 for Round Trips between Utah and all Points between the Missouri River and Chicago, Deluth and St. Louis, Starting May 27, 29; June 3, 5, 10, 12. I Final limit for return, September 15. I Stop-overs, either way, west of Missouri River. I Now toll mo wlioro you plan to go I iinri I will rIvo you full dotnlls. II R. F. NESLEN, General Agent II 79 West Second South St., Salt Lake City " The Local Merchant Advertisers Is tho beat judge of advertising generally And people who buy things xa iuo uoou jb in tho mot receptivo mood in tho value of tho various weekly papora surroundings of Homo and Family In this Oity. Ho puts his money oipocially at evening, when there is wlioro it payB beat. The best pnpor lolsuro and inclination for reading; .. i,im i. tu i,Qf nrnr fnr Mm experienced advertisers know this i,. for him is tho best paper foi tlio ftdvortl80 to roach tho , ; J Genoral Advertiser as well. TRUTH lias tho circulation, and will j certainly bri...

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