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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

VOL 4; No. 41 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JUNE 24, 1905. Prick S Cents K Gash Galore to Spend Those two eminent representatives of the purity and sanctity of tho American homo, Furious J. Cannon of Utah and Fred T. Dubois of Idaho, have succeeded in working tho Inter denominational Council of Women of the east for the munificent sum of $100,000 for political purposes in tho states of Utah and Idaho. A part of this monoy Is to be used In tho city campaign nero this fall, and tho balance, if balance there be, will be devoted to the purpose of electing Du bois governor of Idaho, after his term as senator has oxpired. Dubois realizes that it will be only by the lavish expenditure of monoy, mostly, however, on himself, that he can hopo for any success in his own slate, and Cannon knows that this city cannot bo carried for tho "American" party except by the use of coin, so tho precious pair, In tho name of purity; in the name of cleanliness; in the name of righteousness and straight liv ing, ha...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

I'l 2 TRU X H. I , Sji about "mortal mind." There Is no 1 such thing as mortal mind. Mind is Hag, immortal; mind is from Infinity. Mind IH never dies. It is tissue that dies, or H changes form, because nothing ever ,W really dies in the sense It is generally jflf . understood. A man is said to die, yet wBm if not planted too deep in the soil, two Hi , years later he buds forth again in the 'fl shape of cabbages or other plant life, SB J is absorbed by another man and thus H lives again in a living organization, flfl Mind Is tho intangible substance that WKt may dominate matter in certain cases. H The tissues may bo tired, or feel ill, ' SBi ut this condition may bo ovcrcomo by Hj action of tho mind, provided tho afore- jHUj said condition is not too serious. A HH person may bo able to dissipate tho SRj first attack of grlppo, by the simple MR force of Intelligent reason, combined BH with action, but to say that a man HH acutely afflicted with tho virus of HE smallpox can bid it diss...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

TRUTH. 3 J I THE PRESIDENT'S PEACE PROPO SALS TO JAPAN AND RUSSIA. The steps taken by President Roose velt to establish peaco between the bel ligerent nations Is spoken of by the press as a great diplomatic success. Mr. Takahira, the Japanese minister at Washington, refers to it as the most admirable piece of statesmanship ho has ever seen. Ho thinks It will bo regarded as the beacon light of the civ ilized world. The press has praised tho president without an exception. It I was a great piece of work and proves again that' our clear-headed president j knows how to do tho rigut thing at the right time. Wo sincerely hope that the negotiations now on foot will bring about tho much-desired peaco. For , iviissla to continue to fight would j amount to a murder of her soldiers by fi tho officials In power. It has been con- 1 cluslvely demonstrated to tho civilized El world that In tho arc of war Russia Is a back number. Tho sympathy of a majority of tho people of tho united States has bee...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

TMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI Kgi ""- lT TrilSgEggB!f JrHBBBM If 4 TRUTH. I Ml IN THE S0CIAL REALM- B Miss Constance Klrkpatrick was the H liostcss at a luncheon Monday at the sflfj Country club In honor of Mrs. Theo- JHb (lore Baldwin and Miss Stella Sails- ''JHH bury. Covers wero laid for Mrs. Mon- fR taguo Forry, Mrs. Arthur S. Bird, Mrs. flH Theodore Baldwin, Mrs. Robert Walk- ,9H cr, Miss Kinney, Miss Lcta McMillan, JH Miss Mary Klrkpatrick, Mrs. Marshall, "fJH Misses Alia and Marge Miller and Miss fM Salisbury. HR Mrs. C. S. Richardson and Mrs. W. C. HB Loorals leave on Monday for New :HH York. From that port, on August 5, i H they will sail on the steamer Patritia 'fln or Grmany. to be away one year. 'B Mrs. Loomls will visit friends in Chl- H cago for a month before joining Mrs. HH Richardson in New York. 9bBH S -Hg Mrs. T. J. Ryder of Mexico, nccom- ffln panlcd by her sister, Miss Clara Deal, left for Los Angeles Wednesday. Mrs. ' Ryder will go on to M...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

I -HWHWHHHHW it i 1 1 lirido and groom have gone for a six f weeks' stay In California They will bo at homo to their frlonds after Aug. 15 at 73 F street, in this city. dcr McMilHn, Bishop Tuttle and Dean James B. Eddie officiating. Mrs. Jack Alford was the matron of honor, and little Fletcher Chapman the ring bearer. William M. McCrea was the best man. After a trip of several weeks, Mr. and Mrs. McMillln will be at homo to their friends at 474 Second stieet. Mrs. Tom Denton Pitt was the hos tess of a reception Wednesday after noon in honor of Mrs. Ada Schooling l (f Kentucky and Mrs. Charles N. Mac- II nth of Georgia. In the dining room Mrs. George Wood, Mrs. Israel nnd Mrs. Clint B. Leigh presided. Punch was served during the afternoon In the 111)1 ary by tho Misses Nellie and Flor ence Shermer and Miss Shaver. Net tleton's orchestra was stationed in the parlor, which was bright with many pink roses and carnations. Mrs. Pitt was assisted in receiving by Mrs. Geo. Sliver, Mrs. Hall...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

1 6 TRU TH. iMl HINTS FOR FAIR VISITORS. Raj i Do not wear now shoes; have very Hnj comfortable ones, If you want to have HI a good timo; cat your supper or G wffij o'clock dinner at the exposition and flBJ! remain for the music, the magnificent ffi electric lighting and the Trail Shows jH at night .also for the fireworks. Do Ml all the outside attractions In good H weather, should It rain yuu can do H tho buildings. Inncs famous band ft plsys constantly this month. The usual Mi charge for admission when It tours H tho country Is $1.00; hero it is freo to MM all. Other popular bands will follow Hi it next month. Romcmbcr that Port- flHgf land can bo scon at any time; the Ex- flBi position never again. Upon entering HlfH the Exposition, purchase a program, WRsm study all tho exhibits carefully and ffi talk with those In charge; they de- IffiS sire you to do so. Bccomo Instructed, tjP ;:a'n Information, and tlion, for fun, ffiyii 'or recreation, go to tho Trail every BwJJj day or nigh...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

XR.U T H. 7 '1 j NATIONAL GUARD SHOOK UP. The governor 1ms taken a hand In the National Guard matter and lias "relieved" Adjutant-General Uowman, accepted the resignation of Brigadier Park, appointed Colonel Joseph Geog hegan acting adjutant-general, and Is apparently ready to accept the resig nations of any more ot tho ofllcors who may desire to send in then- com munications. Colonel Geoghegan Immediately gave out an interview in which he stated hi3 intention to endeavor to bring tho offices of brigadier-general and adju- Itant general into harmony; declared this a critical period in tho history of the guard; announced that he was go ing to get some man who knew how to run the affairs of the adjutant-general's ofllco and turn over tho pay therefor. i Of course Colonel Geoghegan will a not continue In tho office ; ho is slm- a ply taking hold In order to get things I in running order ponding some further H action. I Tho resignation of General Park car ries with It tho resignations o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

II 8 TROTH, I I II a . ME MJi H Issued WooUly by I IHH Truth Publishing Company. - IHf VTeitorn Newspnper Union Tlnlltl liter, 211 ; 9HN South West Trniplo Street, H Salt Lako City. H John W, Hughes, Editor andManager flB Entered Juno 19, 190), ut Salt Lull City, Utuh fll in second-clasa mattor nndor act of Conuross H f March 3, 1879' SHI Tarms of Subscription. H ONRYKAU In nilvanco) $2.00 SIX MONTHS (In advanoo) 1.00 THIIEE MONTHS (In itilviuico) 75 HH Postmastorsgondliifffiiiliscrlptlons toTltUTH H may retain 2."i per coat of subscription prleo H as commission. I9H Iftho paper is not iloslrrd beyond thn (Into ll subscribed for, tho publication should be IB notlUed by letter two weeks or more beforo 'fl the torm expires. Hj Discontinuances. !Hb Kemotnber tiiat tlio publisher must bo noti- .B lied by loiter wliou n subscriber wislit-s bis Faper stopped; nil urreurs must be paid In HH Ull. B Requests of HiihscrlborB to bnvo their paper B mulled to a now address, to sccuru atton- H - ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

F . tru th. ? :: I an Idea of a better lunch on a mid summer day ought to disseminate same for the benefit of humanity. Gulipy, Smallweed and Jobllng, the three law clerks In "Bleak House," re paired to a restaurant of the variety known as "slam bang," for dinner. Job llng, It will bo" recalled, had been down to the market gardens by Dept ford and was hungry. Jobllng had fast ed for a day or two and had a right to hi hungry. So when Guppy, "con scious of the elfin power of Small weed," deferred to him and Smallweed ordered "veal and ham and French beans, and don't you forget the stuf fing Polly,' together with the ever pro3 cut pot of porter, Guppy and Jobllng i took the same. Jobllng made such short work of his that ho was given another ' and afterward took "summer cabbage.' i Three small rums and three cheap ci gars finished th meal. "Oho," exclaim, thoman of taste, "what a climax. Rum I after dinner!" None of the "eternal fitness' In that. But softly there was. It was a fitting c...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

U: 10 TRUTH, I m 'Hi! lb, 9 Eitiblishid 1864 W. P. KISER, Mgr. H m '; Henry j Wagener 3 ;?Y Brewing 3 ;U; I Co. 2 m ? 3 1 i! I LAGER BEER & PORTER- ! M - v ,! Special attention given to bottled :ji;- m 'beer for family trade. Free ( ' delivery to all parts of ! ' m the city. 3 ,f s '.; 'ItL, 2 office: , ;j J 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH 3 'I;Y ft PHONC 21B. i v Vm - AT THE RESORTS. I Its Victory Bateman Is making a great I LI hit at the Saltalr theatre. Tho little If lady is an accomplished actress, and has hundreds of admirers hero in I ft fclon. I II She will appear during the summer B n season in a splendid repertoire of H 11 plays, most of which will ho new to H ft Salt Lakers. y Lagoon, where tho llowors grow, is I proving its popularity this week hy at- ' y tracting hig crowds every day. Tho H lake, the lawns, the flowers and many n others featuro are all there in greater Ifl attractiveness than last year that's ffl saying something, too. ifl c & ffl Have you seen tho Williams ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

F TRU TM, 11 I TRUTHS. Furious J. Cannon was driven to desperation on account of not being appointed by the governor on the committee to receive the congres sional delegation. Hearing that Mayor Glasmann had gone fishing, Cannon boarded a train, and made for Bllltown. Ho tried to make the followers of Bill believe that the mayor had neglected them, and that it would be a terriblo calam ity If the congressional delegation was allowed to go through Ogden without being given a reception at the depot. Cannon received the ley hand from the congressional party. Bill, hearing of Cannon's raid on his town, hurried to the seat of war, arriving just after Cannon's departure. The calamity that might have taken place had these two wordy champions met, would beggar description. The Herald takes exception to the placing of Postmaster Clove on the congressional reception committee. It wans to know how Clove would size up with such a man as ex-Senator Rawlins. We have nothing but the kindest of fee...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

1 12 TRUTH- I I SPORTING GOSSIP. That light at Ogdon, between George Gardner nnd Billy Stlft must have been a jolly old thing to look at 6no of the dally papers charges that It was "framed up" for Gardner to win, during the time the principals were kicking about the gate receipts. It must have been that the Ogdon people had a hunch that there was going to bo a fake, because, despite tho advertising the affair received; despite the efforts of tho barkers at tho door who wanted people to come In and got a good seat early, tho crowd was a slim ono. Tho men showed up poorly, neither man doing any work wotrh mentioning, although tho Trib une presented its readers with a dia gram of tho blows exchanged. Such contests as this ought to bo stopped. What's the uso of humbugging tho people any longer? We haven't had a good contest slnco Nelson beat Spider Welch. Wo cannot blame Fltzslmmons for leaving. Ho saw how things wore going and declined to take a chance. All this talk about Fltz being a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

T ' J TRU TH. 13 I Lawyer's Directory. i For handy reference, Truth prints the list of Salt Lake's practicing lawyers, with their addresses. If any names are- omitted, or If thero are any errors in the list, corrections and ad ditions will bo made on receipt of noti fication. Adams, Thos. 720 McCornlck Block. Anderson, J. It 58 Hooper Block. Anderson, T. J. 58 Hooper Block. Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Bloc' Backman, O. H. 33 Main St. Bailey, J. H. Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Blk. Bildg. Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. Barnes, A. R. 212 S. Main. Bennett & Blerer 1C3 S. Main. Bird. W. H. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. Booth, Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Boswell, Wm. 401 McCornlck Block. Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building. Bowdle, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker. Boyd, C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. Bradley & RIschel 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block. Breeden & White 311 D. F. Walker. Brothers, M. R. 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

( 14 TRUTH. jli NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. m Notlco is lioreby given that nt a mooting of tho Board of Directors of BmH tho Gordon Mining & Milling company, BJ1 hold at Salt Lako City, Utah, on Sat- HBjjl unlay, tho 3rd day of Juno, 1005, an HBJ assessment of onc-llfth of ono cent per Hal sharo was levied upon tho capital BBj stock of said corporation, payablo 1m- MHJ mediately to Aloxandor S. Fowler, sec- Bj rotary of said corporation, at his office, flHJ 218 South Main street, Salt Lako City, flBM Utah. Any stock upon which this as- HMD sessment may remain unpaid on HJ Wednesday, tho 5th day of July, 1905, ifln will be delinquent and advertised for ttjfln salo at public auction, and unless pay- HJ mont is mado before, will bo sold on IfiX Saturday, tho 22nd day of July, 1905, at SHI tho hour of 3 o'clock p. m. of said day, HJH at tho aforesaid ofllco, to pay tho de- HM Hnquent assessment thorcon, together HH with tho costs of advertising and ex- IVfli penscs of sale. HH ALEXANDER S...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

f !1 TRUTH. 15 i, MILES AND THE BEAR. Unique Joke at a Well Known Wash Ington Dinner Club. It Is told that when tho principal guest of tho Gridiron, a famous din ner club In Washington, was a presi dent of the United States, who but a few days beforo had occasion to speak with spirit and point to the commanding general of the army, two bears entered tho banquet chamber, i Ono of them was a real bear; the I other was an Imitation bear with a man Inside of It. Tho pair rolled into tho middle of tho hall and stood up and faced tho toastmaster. "Whero did you como from?" ho asked them. "Wo'vo been over to tho White House to see tho president," said the smaller bear dolorously. It was then observed that his fur was much dis arranged, ono of his ears was nearly sovered from his head, and that ho was in an apparently much enfeebled condition. "You do not look very well," ob served tho chairman. "Don't I?" answered tho small bear. "Don't I? Gee, but you ought to have seen Miles!" "Tho After...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 24 June 1905

ill 16 TRUTH. f Iff IbH 1 "l The Burlington Route pro- KJJJI vidcs a thro' Standard Sleeping car service as far vlCflll east as Chicago. It is a serv- ice worth investigating ! tlOUILQ cool, clean, thro' the heart kjjM of the Rockies and across jjjffi I O th6 the plains the shortest way ijggi possible. Remember every HI L3St. day from Salt Lake city HH , Keel perfectly frco to ask questions Hal of mr conoral iiKont. Ill II R. F. NESLEN, General Agent Hi II 79 West Second South St., H II Sait Lake City IB The Local Merchant Adv rtisers IB Is tho beat judge of advertising generally find people who buy thing, . W , , J ,h . , in the mot receptive mood in the H Ttilue of tho various weekly papers BUrroundings of Home and Family -II in this Oity. He puts his money o-ipecinlly at evening, when there is - 9 where it pays best The best paper leisure and inclination for reading; 'lfl for him is tho best paper for the experienced advertisers know this mmm ui "" " "" i i aml advertise to reach...

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

1 Vol. 4; No. 42 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JULY 1, 1905. Price 5 Cents Hi Bully for Hancock George R. Hancock, erratic and im pulsive man that he Is, has rushed Into print. His latest effusion ought to be entitled: "How to conduct a campaign." George is an "American," and ho wants to down the "hier archy." But ho doesn't want to go back of anything and hldo. He wants a fight in the middle if the road, on a broad platform, with the flag as an emblem, and he points to the glories of 177C as a vindication of his position in the matter. It appears that a certain element ot the "American" aggregation suggest ed a dark lantern, back room, plan of action. Secret societies were planned, which would 'hold regular meetings and initiate members. Each election district was to have its coterie and heaquarters of the grand lodge were to be In the Tribune editorial rooms. Frank Cannon was slated for Supreme Exalted and Most Majestic Bohunkus and Colonel Nelson for Most Excel lent and Predeterminated A...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 July 1905

I 2 TRU TH. I a merely assert man's superiority over M sncn forces?' 1 "Denton tho existence thereof." With these few remarks I will pass I on to some other subject. & I; It Isn't often that I indulge in book I reviews, nor is this a review in Its en- tirety, but I want to commend to tho j reading public the current number of ! that excellent magazine, The Crafts- I ; man, published at Syracuse, N. Y. It i- contains a description of aboriginal i j American homos by George Wharton (.,' James, that is a stunner. Included ii in tho story is a description of that al- most unknown tribe of Indians, living Jj i south of tho Grand canyon, known as 4l the "Supais" but which should be f j !j "Havasupal." Tho writer called on a I ji lot of them living up Cataract Creek V II; some time ago and this description ! j ,j brings to mind some of tho export ' ences, which will not at this time bo S i j related. Perhaps some day I may rush ; ' r Into print with tho yarns. But tho wost ; I orner, o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 July 1905
Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 July 1905

Wl ''HHHHH II! mW li TRU T M. I II IN THE SOCIAL REALM. jlB Mrs. J. Walcott Thompson was tho IB hostess at n Tuesday luncheon at the HHB Country Club. Covers wore laid for Mm Mrs. Samuel Woodward, Mrs. Arthur 9JH S. Bird, Mrs. Sturgls, Mrs. William Rose, Mrs. Bishop of New Haven, Mrs. Bldwell, Mrs. Union Worthlngton, Mrs. HM H. P. Nlles, Mrs. Callahan, Mrs. Seton MB Llndsey, Mrs. Clarence Flfleld, Miss HJH Woodward, Mrs. Prltchard, Miss Kin- Hi ney and Miss McGrath. fflM Mrs. George Robinson was tho hos- HD tcss on Monday evening of a muslcale HH given nt Rowland hall for her daugh- jHfigl ter, Florence, who has recently re- gjjH turned from New York, where she has )vk& been studying vocal music with i h Madame Mott. Tho rooms were bright with many bowls of sweet peas and jfl pink rosea. Miss Robinson sang a jfn number of song3, among them "The B Serenata," Toti; "Winged Bird," from US "Tho Pearl of Brazll" "Jo Seuxvivere," jjn from the opera "Romeo and Juliet," Ujjf Gounod; "El...

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