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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

I tru t ft. p9 : I WILL OUR BOOKS LIVE? I a nucstion that critics of American li Ln often raise Is: Will an Amorl- I flct Cthor today produce a work that I Sli bo eagerly read and loved by the 1 next generation? II The problem Is not an easy one to II ivp Viewed on the surface one III mteht readily answer that there is II Sr Sioro encouragement given to gen 1 1 ft, at this time than ever before; that II reading taste of the public is con II ifantly developing; that the standard II of education is steadily advancing and II lint a more general prosperity affords II the public more opportunity to culti II vate literary taste. II All of these facts might lead to the II conclusion that it should be easier now H lo produce great stories than it was H fifty years ago, but there Is another side to the question. H It only requires a very simple analy- sis of al lof the greit works of Action to see that they differ radically from the best selling books of today. The H works that live are prim...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

i; , J GRAND THEAT.RE 111 3BL" H Xj I S : M.'.VBTAfl CONCERT I January 22, 1005. 11 1. Ovorture, "Tho Poet and Peasant" I Suppo 1 1 2. (a) "My Kickapoo" (now) ! 1 Von Tilzor li 1 (1) Ballad for Cornet Bonot H I Mr. A. S. Zimmerman. I I 3. Grand Selection, "Bohemian Girl" HI i Dalfo I I Solos B. HI I Mr. Sims Clarinet. 1 Mr. Borry Snxaphono. ' I Mr. Stevens Euphonium. 1 1 1. Caprice 1 1 (a) (New) "Scissors to Grind" . . I I Allen 1 1 (b) Talnnett Paderowski I 5. Soprano Solo I (a) "A Winter's Lullaby" .Dolcovan I (b) "Longing" Costollo 1 1 MISS' AGATHA BERKHOEL. I Concort H I (i. "Waltzes, "Espagnolla" HI Wnldtonffoll E II 7. Caprices, "Teasing" (New) I I Von Tilzor R II Song. 8. Popular Medley, "Blue Boll" .... B Chatornay I AMUSEMENTS. Salt Lako theatre Rose Molvlllo In "Sis Hopkins," matinee today, per formance tonight. Grand theatre Hold's band, con cert, tomorrow evening. Utahna theatre Refined vaudeville. COMING ATTRACTIONS. , - Salt Lako theatre J. H. Stoddard In "Tho Bonnlo B...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

I TRU T M . flrTi ! ATr Hugh Dougall, Mr. and Mrs. I bf7f I MdWoH. rM. and Mrs. J. J. Mc I J- ; nil Mrs. A. C. Lund, Dr. I, C,ehMW A- 0. Bwlng, Mr. Spencer I Slqon'Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hammer. II Mr and Mrs. Ray Naylor, Mr. and 1 fc,J B Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. It. I w Young Mr. and Mrs. F. B McGur- I In Mr and Mrs. I. A. Benton, Mr. q S V. Dcrrah, Dr. nnd Mrs. Siimmor. Dr. and Mrs. Stauffer. Mr. n M Boyd, Mr. F. C. Schramm, Messrs. Kutnewsky, Mr. M. Hanauer, Mr and Mrs. Salisbury, Mrs. Martha noyle King. Mr. George Q. Morris Mr. nnd Mrs. Osca L. Cox, Mr. ana Mrs. I Kenneth C. Kerr, Dr and Mrs L W. I ?nnw Mr. Thoma3 E. Giles. Madame I Son, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Godbe, I M, Nephl L. Morris, Mr. C. P. Over Hi field Mr W. F. Colton, Mr. and Mrs. H nB Hemphill, Mrs. It. S. Miller, Dr. H and Mrs. Worthlngton, Mr. and Mrs. H nussell L. Tracy, Miss Genleve Eller H beck Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Savage, Mrs. Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. A. Culmer, H Mr J. McTiernoy, Mrs. J. J. Daly, Dr. Q and Mrs. W. A. Mc...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

W TR.U TH, I I i, i Lawyer's Directory. IB ID For 'lantly roforonco, Truth prints , tho list of Salt Lake's practicing l i" lawyers, with their addresses. If any jj If, names are omitted, or if there are any J , orrors in tho list, corrections and ad- 11 ) dltlons will bo made on receipt of noti- III I flcation. Hi ., 1 1 Adams, Thos. 720 McCornick Block. Eljli Anderson, J. R. C8 Hooper Block. HI Anderson, T. J. 58 Hooper Block. Hi,! Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Block. HI ; Backman, G. II. 32 Main St. Hi , Bailey, L. J., Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Bk. Bldg. HI Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'. Block. Hi Barnes, A. R. 212 S. Main. !i j Bennett & Blerer 1C3 S. Main. HI 1 Bird, W. II. 400 Scott-Strovoll Bldg. HI ' Booth, Leo & Ritchie 500 Auerhach. Boswoll, Wm. 401 McCornick Block. g I Botkin, Theo. 153 Keith Building. Hi Bowdlo, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. Hi t Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker. S I J Boyd, C. W. G04 McCornick Block. Hi i Bradley & Rischel 300 Atlas Block. HI 1 Braffct, M. P. 517 Dool...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

f TRUTir JP ' I 1 ASTERYOF THE MIND. I without tUcro may bo error. Within I there is truth. II There may be strife outside. There l is peace within. II wlthout there may bo folly. Within II tbere Is wisdom. II your mind is a world of peace and plenty and power. II Without there may bo hatred. II within thero is love. - (I There may bo weariness outside. 1 Thero is rest within. j There may be turmoil outside. H There Is peace within. I There may bo poverty outside. There Is wealth within. H Thero may bo unslghtllness outside. H There is beauty within H There may bo storms outside. There H is balmy sunshine within. H Without there may be darkness and H vice. Within thero Is charity and j purity. H Without thero may bo weakness. BJ Within thero is power. "Fadette" i" W Chicago Tribune. II DINKELSPIELERS. H Money vas dcr root of much friend- B ship. B Somo people's talk vas too cheap at I any brlce. I Politics is full mlt bass-drum men Wch Is wold und full of noise. A guilty conscience ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

! THE INAUGURAL BALL. I Certainly It was a grand success In ovory senso of tho word. The brll- J llant throng at tho Salt Lako thcatro i U Thursday night, at tho ball given in I1! j, honor of Gov. Cutler and tho other ' H ' nowly elected Stato officials found and 1 jH mado tho most of a splendid appor- j l unity for enjoyment. Prominent rep- I IB rcsontatlves of all sections of tho $, Stato were present and tho immense 1M dancing floor was taxed to its capaci- n1 H ty throughout tho evening. Tho 31 smoothness with which tho details of ' H tho olaborato affair woro carried out KiB roflects credit upon President May K:l and all tho members of tho Young ! H Men's Republican club, which had sole I HJ charge. II Tho order of tho grand march I'll. which opened tho long program was: 1 31 Gov. John C. Cutler, tho Governor's I ' 1 staff, consisting of Adjutant-General I II John M. Bowman, Inspector-Gonoral j II Joseph Goeghogan, Quartormastor llll General A. P. Kcslcr, Commissary 1 1 1 Gener...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

I TRUTH, JPI I , , THE SOENIO LINE TO I OLENWOOD SPRINGS, ASPEN, LEADVILLE, PUEBLO, fi COLORADO SPRINGS, DENVER, OMAHA, KANSAS OITY, 11 ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST W Connecting Ogden Union Depot with HOCTHKItN PACIFIC) mil I H OnEOOM SHORT LINK TRAINS. The Only Transcontinental Ua I H Failing DIrroUjr Throngh Bait Lake City. I 3 I SPLENDIDLY EQUIPPED TAST TRAINS DAILY UKTtVKEN k. . OGDBN AND DENVER VIA TDBEK SKTAIIATE AND DISTINCT ROUTER H Through Pullman and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to Denver. Omaha, Kansas II City, SL Louis and Chicago without change, Free Reclining Chair Cars. B Personally Conducted Excursions. I DIOTHQ CARS, SERVICE A LA CARTE ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS IH IH For rates, folders, free Illustrated booklets, eta., Inquire of roar IB Bstrest ticket scent, specifying the Rio Grande route, or address H I. A. BENTON, G. A. P. D., SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I Next Time I You Go East I BE SURE and USE THE I UNION PACIFIC I and I Chicago. Milwaukee k St. Paul I Line, H the ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 21 January 1905

il .sWB TRU TH, I j ll YOUR LAST CHANCE 1 I :;i TO GET STOCK AT TWO CENTS A SHARE j j Is slipping away from you, as the offer may be withdrawn at any moment. I Scores have taken advantage of the offer; why don't you? If you take stock I '. and we strike it rich, as we confidently expect to do, you will share with us I ", in the distribution of wealth; if you let this opportunity pass, you'll not be "in it." I , ; p The Goldfield-Guerdon Mining Company, & I : --j Which has now been fully organized, owns three claims in the heart of the great I :j Goldfield District sixty acres of Mineral Land, through which a four foot 1 V; lede of Gold-bearing quartz extends, the formation being ryolitic porphyry. I What a Weil Known Salt Laker Says: I " Your ground, in my opinion, is located in one of the best parts I of the Goldfield district, and if you have a quartz ledge showing I , ;'i '" s on the surface which I understand you have you are fully justi- 6 ' I :,;! " fied in developing it. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

I Vol. 4; No. 20. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 28, 1905. Pkicis 5 Cbnts I Work of the Legislature I One-rourth of tho time allotted by I law to tho legislative sessloa has B gone. While the record does not show H as many bills passed by both houses I as during a corresponding period two B years ago, it Is probable that more H good work has been done. B There Is, It Is good to note, at this B session a disposition to get down to B the bottom of things in the commutes B roms ana when a bill is reported B back to either house, for consldera- H tion to have it pruned into such shape B that it will not bo necessary to waste H too much time in rambling discussion. H This kind of work can be carried too H far, but at its worst it is far better H than failure on the part of committees H to find out the merits or demerits of H proposed legislation. B There is one bill now in committee H that will be fought by a strongly or H ganlzed and well-equipped lobby. That is the measure which seeks t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

f w i , 2 TRU TH. I 11 I,, CL08E VIEW OF SMOOT CASE. I & Washington, D. C, Jan. 24. Tho I i . porson who has formed an idea from I I tho Salt Lake papers of tho manner I in which the Smoot Investigation is I I, being conducted Is very much disll- I l lusioned when ho sees for himself the I I case as it Is actually proceeding. Tho I II belief of most pcoplo In Utah is that I ; It is an ultra dignified, grave and pon- I I' derouB tribunal. They picture In their I I minds a body of august and dignified I I senators, sitting in bank as judges, I weighed down and subdued by tho ro- I li sponsibillty placed upon them of de- I I elding whether Smoot Is a porson I I ! worthy to ocucpy a scat with them in I I tho senate of tho United States, and I I, whothcr If ho wcro allowed to sit I I 1 with them tho effect would or would I I not bo most deleterious to tho mor- I als, private and public of tho country Iff at largo and calculated to bo subver- I I tlvo of the government. It is, of cour...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

I 'TRUTH, , ' I , on,i turnings that this paper has I ! eulUy of Know how much it I bn1 ,1 liavo counted gain If only tho I Sen could havo been brought into lffln of the senatorial contest. h I thAnd because It failed miserably In , I ii. attempt the Tribune has detor- 14 ned that none of its readers shall I I hear tho truth about Utah. i ft LITERARY JUNK. 3 I Havo you ever considered tho exlst- i I ence of a book trade almost totally 'i I unknown to those elements of society n I w0 hav0 in mind when wo speak of ',' li the "reading world." There iff, in fact, I Ll a distinct underworld of books; an 'i li undercurrent literature; a moving, o B populous, overlooked "other half" of i 'the book world; not criminal, not deslr d I ous to be vicious, but, as we charitably r I say in society, "Impossible." Tho - commerce of them is to tho respect- II able book trade as a junk business is t- H to its moro self-complacent neighbors; "' I their authors are tho non-trespassing ,e H tramps their...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

; 4 TRUTH- I IN THE SOCIAL REALM. i Tho Thistlo club will celebrate the I H Urthday of Robert Burns. II I & & I I Mr. and Mrs. Iloyt Sherman and I ' Miss Sherman left Thursday for a I H Uur of Europe. 1 m . I Miss Catherlno Croary, now of San I Bj "ranclsco, has gone to Honolulu for II H p, stay of a few weeks with friends. HI s II I Mrs. Dorsey Ash entertained the ' H Members of tho 500 club yesterday III Bi rftcrnoon at her homo in tho Louise II m ats- II The regular meeting of the Daugh ters of tho Confederacy was held at I Iho Kenyon parlors at 3 o'clock Thura- ii day aftornoon. The music section of tho Ladles' Lit j "rary club mot Wednesday at tho club 'louso. Mendelssohn and Schumann vero tho composers studied. Mrs. Graham P. Putnam with her ,, pupils gave a piano recital Tuesday ovening at tho First Congregational i church, at which she was assisted by Hugh W. Dougall. A small St. Valentino german Is be- f Ing talked of, to bo given at tho La dles' Literary club on Tu...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

I TRUTM. 5 I I ' TFaTl7F MYSTICISM. 'leu I . n p. r. It. a station I wo S'nl?" wooden buildings; a t0: I "?d ulaste of prairie, a line of track, I blank wae oi i horl80Ili a ci0Ud- stralght to tno i expresg (EMt lesS a is waiting upon a siding. A En whistS a faint hum, a vibrant distant wm. rattling rush of r0f Z and tl e west-bound Chicago S Swb itself alongside the sta ff nanttos and throbbing. The air Se So back with a long hiss, h escape valve roars hoarsely, a itoud of vapor rising, like the Genie merging from the bottle, while the Stive drinks eagerly from the "nk Dusty travelers crawl from the caches, and pace stiffly up and down the board walk, In the sunshine. A young man with golf cap and cigar ette walks leisurely down the alley be tween the trains, and seats hlmseli unon the steps of a vestibule of the Ogden express. Directly opposite him Is the platform of the last Pullman oi the Chicago limited. Through the door cf this coach, enters to him, a young woman a lady, by ev...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

ii 6 TRUTH. I I ft RAVINGS. (Apologies to Poo.) I i, Onco upon a winter dreary, wo ot I J fienzifylng weary I 1 Wero hoping that somo pcaco had I 1 como unto tho Street onco more; I i Soomod tho frcnzlflor napping, tired at I I1 ; last of knocks and rapping I I Lo! thero camo a frenzied tapping, I I i tnpplng at tho Chamber door. I 8 "Onco agalnfl" wo sighed, "ho's bluff- I I Ing, bragging, blust'rlng at I I I tho door, I I I Only this and nothing moro!" I Greedy, grim and gaunt and ghoulish I 1 1 t though as usual, 'twas foolish I ill. Thus to seek to daunt tho hardy hay I I seeds on tho Chamber floor; II! For there wasn't a suspicion but those I 1 men of much commission I I I Could with easo and with decision I 1 1 such a wolf keep from tho door. I I "Shall his hungry quest successful bo I i I within tho Chamber door?" I 1 Loud all shouted "Novormoro." I 1 1 "Ho who puffed Amalgamated, who I IB, Arcadian overrated Bl IB And Montana deprecated, and such BJj B-i bulls mado by tho sc...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

I . TRUTH. 7 1" " ' . . : " - ' ... . -,,... ".I ill S .IRRIGATION CANAL, WASATCH MOUNTAINS. j FUN FROM COUNTRY PAPERS. B The Utah condensed milk factory 9 hold their annual meeting on Monday, m Jan. 30. Logan Journal. H & & j Call a grand jury and call it at M once. Ogden Standard. This, by the I way, is excrutiating. Bill must have Intended to leave Utah. While returning from church last Sunday evening Joshua Ashton, sr was quite badly bitten by a vivacious dog which laid him up for a day or two. Randolph News. Kelton is a temperance- town nowa i "ays. Nothing but Oppolinaris Is used. -Dox Elder News. 1 Monday night Mr. Joseph Thurgood was surprised by his friends. Davis County Argus. Some say that a now house Is to ' &e built on the land owned by Mr. Drlg. Holbrook. jr. What does this mean? Davis County Argus. WIT OF THE PRESS. Mr. Dyer Where Is the bargain counter? The Floor Walker There are- sev eral. What are you looking for? "I'm looking for my wife." Poet Let me ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

T m 8 TRU TH. I ITRUTtt Issued Wooltly by Truth Pubtlahlna Company. 1 Western Newspaper Union Hulldliiff, 241 1 South Wnst Tomplo Street, Salt Lnlco City. John W. Hughes, Editor and Manager I Kuterod Juno 19, 190 1, at Snlt Lnlce City, Utah I ns second-class mattor under act of Congress i of March 3, 189' I Terms of Subscription. ONK YKAK In ndvanco) $2.00 I SIX MONTHS (In nilvanco) 1.00 TUKKK MONTHS (In advance) 75 II Postmasters sondliiKSiibscrlptlnns to TItUTII l may retain 25 por cent of subscr ptlon price B'l as commission. III If the paper is not desired beyond the date I I ' subscribed for, tho publication should be 111 : notl Hod by lettor two weeks or more beforo I I tho term expires, ' I ' "" " " " I I Discontinuances. II Kemembor that tho publisher must bo noli I I lied by lottor when u subsorlbor wishes his l ' paper stopped; all nrreurs must lie paid in f I ; full. III I 1 Itocnicsts of subscribers to linvo tlielr paper I; I I mulled to a new address, to sccuro atteu- l...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

I TRUTH. 9 i ; I TanswebTo lawson. l I Th0 lato partial 20 Broadway 9 I nf Thomas W. Lawson in tho promo- 1 I , Amalgamated Copper, have I". 1 Slivenlnother month m wh.cn II tiettle" with the Frenzlflor. ' I The February number of Every- if fc iv-a Magazine is out, and rcr the ,. 11 body 8 wttfc hU tlm0 it iS a pro- - 1 1 seventh or oign thQ promlsed e II ion of Amalgamated," but no Amal- ' II BtoILl story-only Lawson's usual 9 II gamated r u Ho make3 no ef- ' II Tf'fo explain the lie of his bogus II ifo insurance policy in the last nam- lf l life Insure , Ho deals out a 8 LI wnfflcUon as to how sentiment is ' M l0 rtibv he "system" in Wall street, 'I 1 5 gives much evidence .that his ar- ,f I ucles are now intended for consumn- i M Son miles away from any centers of a H financial intelligence. n M The outside cover of the magazine H this time insults Lawson Instead of ? the court It reads, under the picture 0 a hatchet, "I cannot toll a He." 1 I Most of Lawson's frenziflcation to. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

io T RU TH. I t 1 i UI?T iYCMlTARy 1 ilEiLlJ 0 BAND H A.S.ZIMMERMAN MANA ER I Grand Cbeatre B TOMORROW I ill' SUNDAY I VENING CONCERT 9 I H 1 I Mrs' HI Lizzie Thomas Edwards i$ J I Soprano ill -- f I TICKETS ON SALE lit ALL DAY SATURDAY III It 40-PIECES -40 I AMUSEMENTS. Salt Lako Theatre Greatore and His Band, matinee today, performance tonight. Grand Thoatic "Rudolph and Adolph," mutlnoo today, performance tonight; Hold's Band conceit tomor row ovonlng. Utahna Theatre Refined Vnudo Comlng Attractions . Salt Lako Theatre "Shore Acres," Tuesday and Wednesday; Charles B. Hanford, Thursday; Harry Beresford, Friday and Saturday. During tho past four days It can not bo said that Apollo has hung his harp on a willow tree and gone Ash ing. Indeed, tho memory of man run neth not to tho contrary when tho mu sic god has been so locally busy as during tho present fortnight. First comes our own Symphony orchestra and sots tho classical nerves of tho town on muslc-odgo. Then, boforo tho dust hn...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

I 'TRUTH. li I I -rThnrsday, Charles B. Hanford I ,a ,T Othello" at the matinee and I CaeB?r do Bazan" at the evening I JSianco "Don Caesar," the lat- I pf Ston to the Hanford repertory, II est Zt to with scenes calculated to I ISafSuSw. cavallelry roles It II Hves Miss Drofnah opportunities, II aiSMarltana," to display the highest 1 1 f Dfof romantic womanhood. "Othel li W of course, appeal strictly to II L trade side of Mr. Hanford's dra II c ar Mr. Frank Hennlng, In the II Sfof "Iago." ls sa,d to Present a II nriftv Interpretation of all the subtle 1 1 wmnlnir of Shakespear' masterpiece of II nnato Wanness. "Othello" Is prom II d In scenic nnlshed detail and cos 11 tumlc completeness reflective of his U torlcal accuracy. E3 Following Mr. Hanford on Friday H and Saturday nights and Saturday matlneo appears Harry Beresford In H our New Man," a comedy my Charles H T Vincent. Mr. Beresford has a rep H utation as a comedian whose eccen H trlcltles and quaint manner of speech H have pr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 28 January 1905

iiHBHiH If . a 1 ! Lawyer's Directory. Iijpii For handy roforcncc, Truth prints j the list of Salt Lake's practicing jsf lawyers, with their addresses. If any I j names aro.omitted, or If there aro any ! I errors In the list, corrections and ad- j'j, I dltlons will bo made on receipt of notl- i Adams, Thos. 720 McCornlck Block. Andorson, J. R. 58 Hooper Block. I I Anderson, T. J. 58 Hooper Block. Si I Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'I. Block. I J Backman, G. H. 32 Main St. 1 1 Bailey, L. J., Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Bk. Bldg. I f Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'I. Block. 1 I Barnes, A. R. 212 S. Main. J Bennett & Bieror 103 S. Main. 1 : Bird, W. H. 400 Scott-Strovell Bldg. 1 Booth, Leo & Illtchle 500 Auerhach. 1 Boswell, Wm, 401 McCornlck Block. 1 Botkln, Thco. 153 Keith Building. I Bowdlo, J. II. 82 Com'I. Block, if Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker. ' Boyd, C. W. C04 McCornlck Block. ! Bradloy & Rischel 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block, i Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerhach Block. , X Broed...

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