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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 June 1905
s aiL"ir 'jiLiLLitogsggiMaisWsssMsBsCflMWPMsttMWilsBWBsWCMBsWs " bbbbbbbbbbbI 14 TH.XJTM. fi K Probate and Guardianship Notices. m it (Consult County Glork or Respective I Signers for Further Information.) Sutherland, Van Cott & Allison, Attorneys, Keith Block. NOTICE. H In tho District Court, Probate DIvi 1 sion, in and for Salt Lake county, B stnto of Utah. W In tho matter of tho Estate and Guar- 1 dlanshlp of Jos. S. and John Leo 8 . Oliver, Minors. 1 Notice. I The petition for approval and sot- I i ,, tlamont of tho Sixth account of the I ,' guardian cf the persons and the os n tatcs of Josoph S. and John Leo at'' Oliver, minors, has been sot for hear- I I ing on Saturday, tho 24th day of Juno, a . A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho , County Court House, In tho Court i ' Room of said Court, in Salt Lake M . City, Salt Lake County, Utah. m i Witness, tho Clerk of said Court r with tho seal thereof affixed, this 7th H d-iy of June, A. D. 1905. J. U. ELDREDGE, JR., (Seal.)...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 10 June 1905
"yBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBVBBSaBS'' "'-. J-" vj.jMjpif .B l 16 TRUTH. I !jr jjjijl I Thro' ViatheBurlingtonRoutcstart- I ingJune 10, 12, with September I Sleeping Car !5 as finai return limit. We I Service in have not only the Preferred I service,but the preferred route 1 Connection With thro' the Scenic Rockies, t I I Rates greatly f enwood fPrinffS' clorado : I as Springs and Denver with a six- I Reduced. hour stop-over in the Capital. HI II If you will toll mo whoro you ;"'BI II think of Kolutr, I will toll !;HI HI you other datulU of ltitorost. II R F' NESLEN, General Agent I II 79 West Second South St., B Salt Lake City rWA , "aiiiBBaBBlBBBBBBBBBBeB ---- ii ' I ' The Local Merchant Advertisers I Is tho best Judge of advertising f?J ??;. I value of tho various weekly papors surroundings of Home and Family 1 In this Oity. Ho puts his money especially at evening, when there is hm I whore it pays best. The best papor loisurp and inclinatio...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 June 1905
VoI4; No. 40 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JQNE 17, 1905. Price 5 Cents ji THE DISGRUNTLED KNOCKERS There is a class of people here, as In most other places, who do no good for themselves, or anybody else. Thoy aro failures hero and would be, and in many cases havo been, failures in other communities. Thoso peoplo gen erally find excuses for their failures. Thoy apparently havo not tho remot est idea that their failures or misfor tunes ariso from something radically wrong in themselves. Some very fow with honest intent, blame other people for their own shortcomings, but a great majority of tho failures know in their own hearts that tho fault is in them selves, but thoy dishonestly attribute their so-called misfortunes to other people. Of those hind of peoplo wo havo a surfeit in Salt Lake. They as I a matter of fact are the cause of nine tcnths of all tho politico-religious trou bles with which Utah has been cursed. They hurt friend and foe, Mormon and Gentile, alike. Peoplo who havo got in...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 June 1905
II 2 TRUTH. V I CHATTER. f 'i (Being tho personal opinions of tho I , wrltor, and for which no one clso Is In P any manner responsible.) i Having knocked out a proposol pro 18 ;! hlbltory law, by a popular vote, Los 8; ; Angelts now plans to placo tho sale of if ! Intoxicants In tho hands of a so-called ti ' "bonovolont association"; desires to i i limit tho number of places at which if : liquor may bo sold, removing them all ;ff from tho residence district, and to re Li r strict tho sale of liquor In tho business l ( , portion of town to beer and light , wines. It guarantees to tho municipal ! ,' ity something liko $186,000 per an t I num and reduces tho number of drink $ cries from 200 to about 75. Whether fl I tho plan will bo adopted or not, re jLjj mains to bo seen. m, " ft' Ti Any movement having for Its object if ,j ' the discouragement of tho drink habit i , is commendable. Wo, as a people, f : ' drink too- much. Dut there Is no use ' in enacting legislation unless it Is i e...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 June 1905
11 1 TRU T H. "X 1 1 IN THE SOCIAL REALM. HI Mr. Lewis B. McCornlck ontortained II at dinner Tuesday evening at the ID Country club. Covers woro laid for HE Mrs. Georgo Roso and Miss Gertrude fl McGrath were tho hostesses Tuesday JH at luncheon at tho Country club. Pink H peonies formed tho table decorations. JH Tho place cards were hand-decorated. U Covers were laid for twenty-two. After H luncheon tho guests engaged in a 1MB "putting contest," Mrs. Seton Lindsoy U I winning tho prize. H Miss Margaret Fry of Now York, tho well-known singer, is expected about Juno 30, to bo tho guest of Mrs. Ira J Lewis for a few weeks. Hj Mrs. Arthur Bird entertains at BJ luncheon on Saturday at tho Country BJ club, in honor of Miss Stella Salisbury. H Miss Althca Wheeler was tho hos- tcss.in honor of Mrs. Dearborn of Chl J cago'. Covers woro laid for Mrs. Don J Coray, Mrs. Will Farnsworth, Miss H Youngberg, Miss Georgia Wheeler and H Miss' Nan Wheeler. , , J Mrs: J. F. Marshall gave a picnic J lun...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 June 1905
fijj ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NOTES, iKH Miss Blnnle Paul, sister of Mrs. Wm Fred J. Hill has returned from Paris, flH France, where for the past two years Hm she studied vocal music under the Hfl celebrated Madame do Chesin. Miss fH Paul is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hill &H for the present. She will soon go to 9I Le Orande, Oregon, to spend vflfl the summer with her parents, Captain H and Mrs. Paul. :f9M - .9H Many of the Los Angeles visitors :fl and others availed themselves of the cfl invitation of Colonel and Mrs. Edwin :MM F. Holmes to view their private art 'JB gallery at the Amelia palace. The H collection is very meritorious, and the ?mg gracious act of Colonel and Mrs. '- Holmes in throwing it open was thor- fl oughly appreciated. .' BH o H DEATH OF GEORGE E. BLAIR. '" J Very sudden was the summons that ,H came from the other land to George E. I Blair. Few of his acquaintances knew fl ho was ill until the afternoon papers .'H announced his serious condliton, nnl Iffil before H...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 June 1905
8 TRUTH, I Hi Issued Weekly by HBf Truth Publishing Company. JjfW Western Newspaper Union Building, 211 ht South West Templo Streot, If Salt Lake City. f'l if John W. Hughes, Editor andManager cut ,. illW Enterod June 19, 100.1, at Salt Lako City, Utah ' , as seooud-class matter under act of Congross ,j of March 3, 1879' hi j 1 .''JJ'j Terms of Subscription. 'J J ONB YEAR (In advanco) $2.00 ',, SIX MONTHS (In advanco) 1.00 !'! THREE MONTHS (In advanco) 75 ; j Postmasters sondlne: subscriptions to TRUTH it i may retain 2S per cent of subscription price iiii as ootnralsslon. .!', 1 i.t 1 If the paper is not desired boyond the dato f , subscribed for, the publication should bo , notified by letter two weeks or more before i the term oxpires. , Discontinuances. ', Remember that the publisher must be notl- jf fled by letter when a subscriber wishes his j paper stopped; all arrears must be paid in i If tutl. j 1 j ltequosts of Buhsorlbors to havo their paper j j mailed to a now address, t...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 June 1905
i T ! 10 TRUTH. I m Ettibliihid 1864 W.P.KISER.Mgr. i! I Henry ;J s Wagener I Brewing' Co. 1 5 I LAGER BEER & POBTeF 1 M I Special attention given to bottled m beer for family trade. Free j m delivery to all parts of the city. Li 2 office: ' 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH J ;j tl PHONE 210. Cm t m , - - jj AT THE RESORTS. With two amusomont places on his ;s hands, Manager Qourley Is about tho J busiest man In tho village, not oven i Fisher Harris of Wio Commercial club Is nutting In more overtime than Gour- ' ley of tho Utahna theatre and Utahna 1 park. St St Say, but tho resorts around town havo been good this week! Angels and Saints In bunches havo crowded out tho sinners, and that's "no dream" either. AH kinds of Angoles havo been visit ing Lagoon during tho week, whllo Messrs. Bergerman and Bean havo been on deck with tho biggest of glad 1 hands. I J Among tho most Interesting places to bo seen by tho Callfornlans is tho Salt Palaco and Saucer track. Los J; Angoles is a queen city all ...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 June 1905
t 1 1 hi 12 TRUTH, I I FISHING SEASON OPENS. Tho fishing season opened Thurs day, and all over Utah skillful Nlm rods are whipping tho streams with files, or cautiously permitting bait hooks, laden with little bullheads, to s float down In the riffles and on Into tho pool. Up to the flour of going to press t wo have no Information as to tho catches, save from Jack Robins and nr Dick Rogers, who aro up on Lost I ) Creek. A telephono message from Croyden Informs us that they aro liav- .f lng excellent luck or, no, that Isn't tho word;' that tho skill of these 'jj mighty men Is producing wonderful '" results. All trout weighing less than ft Jt a pound aro carefully replaced In tho "'jl water and only tho big ones retained. ;' I Dick had 232 fish at six o'clock Thurs- day evening, while Robins and his I'i1 partner wore close seconds with 231 all and 230 each. That's going some. Wo jj r have no reason to doubt tho sincerity of this statement, becauso Dick never J ! lies, and Robins and h...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 June 1905
lj ing terms, to-wlt: Cash upon conflrma- l Hon, as nppcars from (ho rolurn of j sale, filed In this court, 1ms been sot 113 for hearing on Saturday, the 24th day 11 of Juno, A. D. 1005, at 10 o'clock a. l m., at tho County Court Houso. In tho h j court room of said Court, In Salt Lake I City, Salt Lake County, Utah. H I Witness tho clerk of siid Court H j j with tho seal thereof nfllxcd, this 9th H j day of Juno, A. D. 1005. H j (Seal.) J. U. ELDREDGE, JR., M Clerk. if i By W. II. Farnsworth, Deputy Clerk. HI W. R. Hutchinson, Attorney for ES DI late. I' NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. I I Notlco Is hereby given that at a f meeting of tho Board of Directors of tho Gordon Mining & Milling company, I hold at Salt Lake City, Utah, on Sat- , urday, tho 3rd day of Juno, 1905, an 1 assessment of one-fifth of one cent per i share was levied upon tho capital ', rtock of said corporation, payable im- ' 5p mediately to Alexander S. Fowler, sec- 1 j' rotary of said corporation, at his office, ,':;,...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 17 June 1905
PBHMHIHIHH1 . T"v ' - r- t l.jr aHHwHwHwHwHwHwHwHYaHwl i.-i jPf-pyr)) - " HHMav."Tr':fl. thihwhwhwhI j! 16 TROTH. T (B i ."Si i i II 1 1 lllllllllllllll Mm I Vfl The Burlington Route pro- W I wUUI vides a thro, standard '". BbH I ... HJf I v - Sleeping- car service as far w'iB I VlwCin east as Chicago. It is a serv- sJW I . x ice worth investigating fli I tlOUTiG cool, clean, thro' the heart ,fll I of the Rockies and across 1 I I O tlllC the plains the shortest way SB I possible. Remember every HI I f A. HB I ELclSlL day from Salt Lake City. -'II I Hjt I Fool iicrfcctly frco to nsk questions HJ I f ur eouoral ngout. aWM I H I R. F. NESLEIM, General Agent jM II 79 West Second South St., "lj Salt Lake City all The Local Merchant Advertisers Hn Is tho beat judge of advertising generally find people who buy things -flil ' , ., , ii t n the mot receptive mood in the Hi! valuo of the vari0UB weekly papers BUrrounding8 of Home and Family- 'flEjii in this City. Ho pnta hia money especially ...