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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 June 1905

7 ANTI-KNOCKERS' EDmONJ jldAL Edition No. 7 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JON1S 7, 1105. P,,,.,, r., M I Kerr Should Be Removed The Herald, the Democratic organ of President Kerr of tho Agricultural college, had a savago editorial on Monday mainly directed at James H. Anderson and E. H. Calllster. Those gentlemen have a right to feel compli mented because tho Kearns Democratic-Republican organ abuses them. That alone Is prima facie evidence that they are honest, respectable men, but what they have to do with the disgrace and public condemnation which President Kerr has brought upon the Agricultural college is a mys tery comprehended only by the ablo(?) editors and managers of tho Herald. The Herald says: "In all tho various efforts to oust President Kerr and install a political management there has not been one word of crit icism of the president's ability as an Instructor or as an executive; there i has been nothing but praise of his personality and tho results ho has ' achieved In the Ins...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 June 1905

MESMMMMMiMHBMltfMMMMflHMMMMMMMMMfiHMMMMMMMMMMMflMPHMllMKSp'M wwr-'WilMMMMRMl 8gSWBWIiWMWMMMBMHBiMMWlPIWBWHIlBMIJBWWIf! . . 7" , . . A-, ..JffimW" lilwgr-T '--- 5 "k v - - mw P I TRUTH- I; Wo can then imagino Mr. Kicsol ft stroking his board und looking wise, m after which ho could havo mndo somo m' remarks like this: , "Veil, I don't look at it somo times . that way, ain't it. Uh huh. I soo. But Li you must sco Bill; Bill ho was tho fT H mayor alrctty yet and I think ho '$' R sometimes havo got somo ideas about l trancliiscs." ' H Exit Mr. Kiescl from tho ranks of , HI tho supporters of Barney. i H Tlion enter Bill on tho stage of ac- Rj tlon. Never mind who ho was tallc- f l Rj ing to; ovcrybody knows who tho leg- RJ islativo man on tho Oregon Short Hi Lino is. " Rj "Now see hero," says Bill, "I'm Hi mayor. I'm running a newspaper. , IB I'm sending fourteen young women to RJ tho Portland exposition on a contest K9 racket. Going to send them to Port- RJ land first and then down to S...

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

V TRU TH. 3 I I MEMORIAL DAY ORATION. II Wc urlnt below the address dollv nrPd on Memorial day at Ogdon by twice Theodoslus Botkln, and feel cer tain that the readers of Truth will ap- PrThoso who heard the judge deliver tho address to the large audience in to Ogdon tabernacle, say it was one nf tho most eloquent and powerful of the many addresses delivered on Doc oration day. The delivery was frequently inter rupted by loud applause, which in sev eral instances became a furore of pa triotic fervor. It will repay the reader to preserve a copy of this address, which is as follows: "AlilE "Wo only Know that God is good 1 And wc ourselves aro blind. 0 Ho L'avo us in this low estate 1 To know the good from ill, 1 And, binding Nature fast in Fate, I I oft free the human will." I ' It has pleased Creative Wisdom to I people tills planet with an ignorant, I conceited, stupid and contentious I race. Why Ho did so instead of en- I .t'mvitif us with wisdom, keen fore- I BRht; and pleasant tem...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 June 1905

Issued Woolily by I Truth Publishing Company. f Western Nowspupor Union Ilulldlng, 241 m South SVoit Templo Stroot, Salt Lake City. I John W. i 'nqhes, Editor and Manager IF ISiiteredji.nM 1.' at Salt Lake City, Utah mi neooiidohiM ::iU i undar act of Congress tt f March 3, 1879- J Terms of Subsi. y " I, ONi: YRAIl In , lvauoe) ..$2.00 SIXMO if- l inhiui.-e) .. 1.00 !j TIUii;j- M IIIS 'X-i adVHiic " l'1 i Po8tmnstorsfloii(lliii;Bul.Tlpil' . to TkUTll may retain 2.1 per oont of mliwr prion price 1 us commission. If tho pnper is not desired beyond the dte , Kiibunrlbod for, tho publication should hn '!( notlfle 1 by lottor two weeks or mora bef. rr l tho term expires. i Discontinuances. "if Knmember tiinttlio publisher must bo notl- i . Hod by lottor wliou a subscribor wlslir9 bis I paper stopped; all arrears must be paid In ttif' KwniHstHof ' have their paper mulled to n uddiat" ' euro niton tlon, must i .ii i. f rin' i - " uh pros out addroi .ldr all commuiilcatlousto TRUTH PUIl K L...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 June 1905
Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 June 1905

1 6 TRUTH, 1 s f MEMORIAL DAY ORATION. ' Continued from Pago 3 Hto como, loyal, country-loving Amcri- I cans will point with admiration to Pickett's assault at Gettysburg, and to Pat Cleburn's charge at Franklin, and proudly exclaim, "Those bravo men jj were common Americans 1" lit Tho dlfloronco between them and jf . ourselves In those years of blood and Hf travail was slavery and slavery only. m True that they and wo then tnought Bf In our blindness that thoro wero other 1 causes or differences; but wo know m now In tho tempered light of a calmor ' philosophy, that those other fancied I J causes wero but tho brood of political C ' phantoms that sprang forth only to H ; tho assault or defense of slavery. All J' differences aro now ,thank heaven, H , swept away, and our country is moro B . onduringly united than It could over K havo ))ecn without that war. Tho sons K , and daughters of those old confeder- ate heroes aro now as loyal to tho old ; Hag as tho needle to the polo star. E...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 June 1905
Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 7 June 1905

T 8 TRUTH. f . 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. ! II Now toll mo whoro you plan to co ,r , II a nil I will clvo you full details. 11 R. F. IMESLEN, General Agent j; II 79 West Second South St, 1 II Salt Lake City The Local Merchant Advertisers Is tho boat judge of advertising generally find people who buy things t ", " J ,B ... in tho mob receptive mood in the I value of tho various weekly papers Burroundinga of Home and Family lj In this Olty. He pnts his money especially at eroning, whon there is where it pays best The best papor loisure and inclination for reading; ii for him is tho best paper for tho experienced advertisers know this " " . , i, ii nnd advertise to reach tho people, I General Advertiser as well. TRUTH has tho circulation and will j certainly...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 June 1905

Vol 4; No. 39 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JUNE 10, 1J05. Pricis 5 Cents II I alar in the tribune Office There is war in the Tribune office; merry, unrelenting, flerco and bitter war, if you know what that Is. "That el (1 Mormon," as Joo calls Cannon, seems to have a bit the best of "that (1 (1 Jew," as Cannon calls Lippman. The pair aro at dagger's points and good, kind, fatherly old Colonel Nel son Is laying awake nights wondering which will win out so ho can flop to the right side when the time for flop ping arrives. For his benefit it may bo stated that just now Cannon has the Inside track, becauso tho former senator seems to have arrived at' tho n conclusion that Lippman has been "stringing" him for a long time; seems to havo determined that Joo has boon with him for tho solo pur pose of pulling his leg. At least so a very closo friend of tho senator states. I This friend, by tho way, Is tho closest friend tho senator has, so get on your thinking caps and work tho matter out. Thero us...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 June 1905

i TRUTH. I If ri v t of talk; that ho believed the poo- , nl 5 were entitled to relief and 1 c proposed to give it to them if ho j could. Truth's Informant states that I & Sonator Elkins' interview with the jtt president was lengthy and stormy, but M that Elkins went away much lm- n pressed with Roosevelt's firmness. $1 "Any tinkering with rates would jtl ral:o Cain with stocks," said tho rail- iM road man who spoko with Truth. "It jtw would mean a general upsetting of af- Wtt fairs. If wo woro sure that tho bill Hal would pass, and I fear that tho In- Iral llucnco of tho president will cause it rjil to pass, it would bo much bettor for fjjj tho railroads themselves to make m 1 thc3o changes, because if thoy nro j ' mcrto by authority of law, instead of , being voluntary, tho appearance of things would Indicate that tho cofpor- m ntlons wero being forced into giving m up money that might go to tho dlvl- i; dend fund and there you havo a turn- Ij 3 hlo in securities right away. I...

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

H - - - Ql J TRUTH. 3 J One Polyaamist for Jinotber I I Logan, June 8, 1905. U Editor Truth: The Agricultual col li lege squabble being the all-Important topic in Logan, I thought perhaps a few notes from one of your old sub scribers might bo of Interest enough for Truth to publish. At one tlmo hero any person who differed from Kerr and criticised his management of the college was de nounced as a traitor, and an enemy of I Logan City. It seemed Impossible for some people to separate tho college from Kerr. Cut tho atmosphere has been cleared up somewhat of late by tho vigorous articles published in Truth, and tho business-like and clean cut speech of tho governor, delivered beforo the college students. The peo ple here are beginning to ralize now that tho Agricultural college still bo longs to the state; that it was not placed at Logan for the benefit of Lo gan city, but because it was thought that Cache county was the best place for an Agricultural college. Tho people of Logan have ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 June 1905

jfii jj i TRUTH, I f 1 IN THE SOCIAL REALM. $ I Ono of tho most interesting wed- ' jfl dings of tho week was that of Miss II Paarl Evans and Mr. William Pischel, G which took placo on Tuesday ovening If a- tho residence of tho brido's par- n o:Us, Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Evans. Iff Tho resldonco was most tastefully H decorated, whito anu pink Juno roses IJI predominating. Tho brldo was at- Bgu tended by Miss Edith Evans and Mr. jm VllIard Hamer was best man. Rev. C. WM 13. Perkins or tho Episcopal church jj performed tho ceremony, after which Cht a reception was given by Mr. and Mr. Un Evans in honor of tho occasion. The ij recoption was an elegant function Hi end was attended by many of tho best El ! I eoplo in tho city. Mr. and Mrs. HBf Evans aro old and highly respected HRi residents and havo many warm Bm; friends. Tho brido is a most amiable IJQj and loveablo glrl and hor husband .. is ono of tho rising young lawyers of 1; tho city. Tho young couplo went on Bt a marriage tour to P...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 June 1905

I TRU TH. 5 J f 1 Mr and Mrs. P. A. Simpkln, Dr. and l'i Mrs. G. M. Chandler. Uj J I Mrs. D. Mooro Lindsay has loft for I a trip to England and In about a I month Dr. Lindsay will join her there. I Doth will remain during the summer m0Iltl,S- J! J! June 22nd will bo a great day with tho Scotch. The clans will gather at Lagoon on that day and will have a characteristic good old Scotch time. They will havo games and sports, sword dances, haggis and bagpipes. The doings will be under the auspices of the Thlstlo club, but will be par ticipated In by tho Scottish folks not f only of Salt Lake but of tho cities, I towns and vllages In nil of this rc- Mrs. W. ii. Alexander gavo a lunch eon Monday afternoon at which tho engagement of her daughter, Miss Sara Alexander, to Ashby D. Cleveland was announced. J & Mrs. Agnes Osborno was tho hostess Monday evening at a muslcale, a lino programme being rendered by a num ber of her pupils. Besides tho Instru mental numbers, Miss Agatha Derk hoel...

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

I 6 TR.U TH. j iADDiriONAL SOCIAL NOTES. Miss Lulubel Eldredge, claughtor of .1. U. Eldredge, Sr., and sister of J. U. Eldredge, Jr., county clerk, was married to Charles Frederick Carlson Thursday evening, at her father's house, Bishop O. F. Whitney perform ing tho ceremony. It was one of the prettiest events of tho kind this sea son, tho bride being attended by Miss Luella Spenco, tho groomsman being !; George Butler. Little Miss Lulu jf Splicer was custodian of tho ring. , A largo number of friends of tho :4 brldo and groom wero present' at tho ceremony and at tho reception which ' ; followed, the latter being at tho house , of County Clerk Eldredge. Mrs. Viola M Gillette, Wllard Wollls, Mrs. Agno3 Osborno and Fred Graham furnished music, vocal and Instrumental, and 1 ' tho cyonlng was very pleasantly !, spent. Tho young couplo will bo at '' homo after July 1, at G8 North Main street. Both parties havo a host of 1 friends and acquaintances who will ;Jj wish tho happiness In their...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 June 1905
Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 June 1905

ff; 8 TRUTH. T I Issued WooUly by M Truth Publishing Company. jfj Western Newspapor Union Building, 211 IB South Wost Templo Street, p ! Salt Lake C'lty. j' ; John W.Hughes, Editor andManager y , Entered June 19, 1901, nt Salt Lake City, Utnli j i a second-class matter under act of Coucross f March 3, 1879' - Terms of Subscription. ! ONE YRAK (In advance) $2.00 - SIX MONTHS (In advanco) 100 THREE MONTHS (In ndvanco) 7A il r - Postmastors somllnirsubscrlptlons to TRU TH J i may retain 25 por oont of subscription price .1 as oommlsslon. ,'V i If the paper Is not desired beyond tlm duto ii subscribed for, tho publication should bo i ' I notified by lottor two weeks or moro boforo '.' tho term expires. j Discontinuances. ', Hotnember that the publlshor must bo notl- .' lied by lottor wlion a subscriber wishes bis 1 !" paper stopped; all arroars must be paid hi 1 ', j, full. W l Uoquests of subscribers to havo their paper Ii mailed to a now address, to secure nttou- I t Ion, must mention...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 June 1905
Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 June 1905

'"'FH iii'ii mi i iii -nrnnininmn W "'Hl I1 ' 1 I kM M Eilibllthid 1864 W. P. KISER, Mgr. I I Henry j fl Wagener jfl E Brewing 5 I Co. IB 1 LAGER BEER & PORTER I IB ! M'M' Mm H Special attention given to bottled , beer for family trade. Free ''91 KM JB delivery to all parts of H w the city. m J office: ' . 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH J -H , V PHONE 218. (H ' 'H AMUSEMENTS. !fl ;fl Salt Lake theatre T. D. Frawley in hBJ i "Hanson's Folly," matinee today, per- '1BJ ' formanco tonight. JjH Grand theatre "Camllle," matinee i9J today, performance tonight. ffl , COMING ATTRACTIONS. $H ' Utahna theatre Utahna Stock com- ',t pany, week of June Gth. yXI Utahna park High-class vandovlllo, H week June 5th. nW ' & o ' The season at tho Salt Lake theatre H will close tonight with T. D. Frawley H Tim Frawley, always In Salt Lake Jm as tho dashing lieutenant in "Hanson's hi Folly." I regret my Inability to re- fl view tho genial actor In this latest of Wi Now York triumphs. But what I said !B la3t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 June 1905
Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 June 1905

l ; 4lAt;Afi0Nfl MEAT GRANDPA'S. I My school books dull havo been jj packed away, . .And I'vo nothing to do but play and play, Just romp and frolic the livelong day, , In vacation tlmo at Grandpa's. . I've no more lessons to think about, No more sums to bo all worked out; I'll soon forget them, without a doubt, . When I got up. to Grandpa's. Vo ride In tho cars ono wholo day through. "Doii't-wo get tired?" Well, yes, wo do, Tired and-hot,-but wo like It, too, That long, long trip to Grandpa's. There .at the station Is Uncle Fred, With tho carriage and horse, and tho old dog Ned; How ho scampers and barks and runs ahead, . When wo say, "Geo up for Grand- I pa's!" I Wo drive and drlvo till tho sun's most I down, I Past tho big white meeting houso, I through tho town, I And out by tho school houso old and j brown, That Is only a mllo from Grandpa's. I'd ilko io tell how wo spend tho day, How wo ride tho horses and rake tho I r.. ' lay. Thcro's, really no end to what I could say ' Of va...

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