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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 July 1905
I 6 TRU TH- 1 1 CENTENNIAL NOTES. 9 The attendance at the Lewis and M Clark Exposition on June 24, 0. A. R. day, was 15.C73. There were about MM 3,000 veterans present, and appro- n prlate exercises were held. SB & & I g Last Saturday, Seattle Day, was ono 9 of the biggest days at the Lewis and Clark fair. The northern metropolis fl sent several hundred citizens to at- U tend tho exercists. i ! i For the purpose of stimulating H night attendance at tho Lewis and ffl Clark Exposition, tho management M has devised a coupon arrangement fl which (wlll enable the purchaser of a a fifty-cent admission ticket to take H in twenty-five cents worth of shows B on tho Trail free of charge. M t HI Saturday, July 1, Is Tacoma day at Va tho Lewis and Clark fair, and a big Ifl delegation of Tacoma boosters will at- jfll tend tho Fair on that day. Tacoma nil has been much in evidence ever since fJM tho opening of tho Exposition, by Man reason of its catch motto, "Watch M t! Tacoma Grow." Rl ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 July 1905
mmmammmmsmBMi,-iwmz-mamm m ;- r- IMI, N II 8 TRUTH- I ilRlSI H Issued WooUly by fM Truth Publishing Company. UB9 Western Newspaper Union Bulldinc 2(1 H South West Templo Street, H9 Salt Lake City. HI John W. Hughes, Editor andManager HHI Entered Juno 19, 1903, at Salt Lalw City, Utah HH as second-class matter undor act of Concres M of March 3. 1879' H8fl Tsrmi of Subscription. HM ONB YBAIt In advance) $2.00 BUM SIX MONTHS (In art vanco) UK) Htn THRKK MONTHS (In advance) 7.1 iflB Postmasters tendtncsubscrlptious to TKUTH HB1 may retain 25 per oent of subscription price HJH as commission. IBH If the paper Is not desired beyond th date H subscribed for, the publication should ho IHH notified by letter two weeks or more before M tho term oxplres. HH Discontinuances. BH Remember that tho publisher must bn not!- tied by letter when a subscriber wishes h- HBI paper stopped; all arrears must be paid In lin i fl Requests of subscribers to linvo their paper HHl mulled to a new address, to sec...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 July 1905
HH!!!rJ''''?.Y'.T! i '. . ' t - ., - ' JI 1?!?? iJ T niii' m nmr i I ll ll mi """" "lliiiiii i i , B fi ' TRUTH, j l 9 I --- -, ,, JMMM,,MM,,fc . IS- - ; EsJabIlhtd 1864 W. P. XISER, Mgr. 1 Henry Iji i Wagener jj S Brewing I '' I Co. LAGER BEER & PORTER j I J jj 8 W it j H 2 f Special attention given to bottled K 0 it . beer for family trade. Free 1 1 delivery to all parts of m the city. ' M 2 office: K! 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH Jj '' t X PHONC 210. Hi I AT THE RESORTS. Tho Saltalr theatre has closed tem porarily perhaps permanently. For some reason tho crowds didn't take to tho now venturo. Dancing and bathing have always been tho main features at Saltalr and, where dancing Is bliss 'tis folly to bo theatric so there you are. Elks' "Purplo Day" will bo on July 20th. There will be borso racing at Agricultural park early in tho after noon. After tho Sheepshead Day pastime, tho Elks will herd on tho green pastures at Saltalr. Booths, side-shows and other things will bring the Zlonlto t...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 July 1905
"gJJ"BHHBSEgJ?lr;y ,irgrll t;r -- j IS; i TRU TH, 1 I PICKING CHERRIES WITH THE ROBINS. (By C. M. Jackson.) July the Fourth's a-comln' with its racket and its noise; Its bursting firecrackers, its red rockets in the skies; With its half-shot colebrators, its powder-burned small boys A-nursin' of their many hurts, sore thumbs and bunged up eyes. i All over this broad land of ours we'll i hoar the eagle scream; 1 On tho platforms spieling orators will rant, and rave and shout, 1 'Till wo get tho notion up our nose that once wo get up steam Wo can lick entire creation; can a knock tho whole world out. 1 Now for mo the Fourth has no delights In the firing of guns; The thing I want and when I think, my old heart goes to throbbln' Is to go back to "Dan Theodore's" and 1 have my bit of fun n Up In tho old black cherry tree, on I the same limb with a robin. I I'vo read tho Declaration; once knew It I all by heart; I In tho constitution and the law I'm t' tolerably astute; I Of tho hist'ry o...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 July 1905
l 14 Tmu TM- I R 1 1 it stock of tho corporation Issued and ' outstanding, payable at onco to (ho Sec- i rotary at his office In Salt Lnke City. Any stock upon which this assessment I remains unpaid on Saturday, July 1st, I If 1905, will bo delinquent and adver- - tlzod for salo at public auction and 1 unless payment 13 mado before will bo sold on Saturday, July 20th. 1905, at It 1 a. in., at company's ofllco, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising and oxponso of I sale. C. T. WARD LAW, ISoc'y and Troas'r. Chrl8tonson & Brown, Attorneys. 219 Atlas Block. SUMMONS. In tho District Court of tho Third Judicial District of tho State of Utah, County of Salt Lake. I ona Nephew, plaintiff, Frank Nophow, dofondant. Summons The State of Utah, to tho said Do fondant: You arc hereby summoned to appear ' within twenty days after tho service ' of this summons upon you, If served within tho county In which this action , Is brought, otherwise, within thirtj days af...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 1 July 1905
BMjjJ!!PjBBPjjjjjjjijj niiHTii urn i rr rrrn- tv ' " l'"'7"""":3B I IBHS -- The Burlington Koule pro- WU" vidcs a thro' Standard fs. Sleeping' car service as far VICCtil cast as Chicago. It is a serv- . ice worth investigating nOUiv cool, clean, thro' the heart mm of the Rockies and across I O LllG the plains the shortest way possible. Remember every E.3St. day from Salt Lake city- Fool perfectly free to nsk questions of our noiioral HROiit. R. F. NESLEN, General Agent 79 West Second South St., Salt Lake City I jj The Local Merchant Advertisers i Ib the bbdt judge of advertising generally find people who buy thing If . ,. J , . , in tho mot receptive mood in the U value of tho varioua weekly papers surr0undings of Home and Family- ln this City. He pnts his money especially at evening, when there is where it pays bent. The best paper lolsuro and inclination for reading; for him is tho best paper for the experienced advertisers know this , . , ., ,, nnu advertise to roach tho people. ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 July 1905
Vol. 4; No. 43 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JULY 3, 1905. Price 5 Cents Ml UTAH'S MAFIA For a good many years a sort of society not very much dissimilar to the Italian Mafia has existed and still exists in Utah. The Utah society has not, however, the excuse of the Mafia for existing. Tho Mafia exists for the avowed purpose of bestowing freedom on down-trodden, priest-ridden human ity, and although it is extreme to tho point of devllishness in Its means, there is a reasonable excuse for its being, and as compared with tho Utah society its object and alms are noble, although the means it adopts are rep rehensible. Tho Utah society is tho most contemptible, most despicable, organization wo know of. It exists for pelf, for filthy lucre, for hato and for revenge. Tho nucleus of tho society and that which, to the world, gives it an air of respectability is a number of so-called ministers of tho gospel, who make a living by preaching lies and vile slanders against Utah. They go east and west, nor...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 July 1905
Jfj -v g 2 TRUTH- I iwife this is the way ho creates; us ing as proof when I asked him at the close of the meeting for a Bible text, Gen. 5:1 and 2." There are five pages of the above rot, the summing up of the work of eleven missionaries for one season. This Is what they advertise to the whole world as samples of the people they found In Utah. What an awful Ho! What ah awful Impression these emissaries of God are trying to cre ate In the minds of the people of the eastern states about Utah! In their entire book from cover to cover they say nothing about tho thousands of good people they saw, but they mag nified and enlarged on all the bad they found. This Is tho usual method employed by most of the orthodox missionaries In Utah. It was tho method Dr. Paden used In the Smoot protest as well as tho one by his bosom friend and colaboror. John L. "Leilich. Brother Wlshard rolls It as a sweet morsel under his tongue when ho makes a speech or preaches a ser mon on Utah and It Is tho most...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 July 1905
1 4 TRU XH- I I! IN THE SOCIAL REALM. a H MrF. Lizzie Thomas Edward wns the D hostess Monday afternoon at a musl- H 1 cle given for her former teacher, H 1 1 Madame Ancolla M. Fox of Chicago. H The looms of the Beehive house were 1 thrown open for the affair, and bo I, twecn 400 and 500 persons were pres ent during tho afternoon to gr?et tho singer and listen to a musl cil irogramme. Among tho musl IfJ clans who took part were tho Utah qmrtette, composed of Miss Emily Lnrfcn, Miss Lottie Owen, Miss Julia i Jones and Miss Emma Saunders. Tho 1 individual vocalists woro Fred Gra ham, Miss Agatha Derkhool, Mrs. Liz- zie Thomas Edward, Miss Millie Wil liams. Mrs. Bessie Browning. Tho plan tjl ista woro Mrs. Agnes Osborno and h Miss Agnes Dahlqulst. Assisting at I tho lemonade table and in receiving I tho guests were tho Misses Tillio and : I.cuiCv Thomas, Miss Margaret Ed- 1 wards, Miss Agnes Campbell and Mrs. I S. T. Benedict. I & ,1 Miss Beatrice O'Connor entertained I about twenty...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 8 July 1905
8 TRU T H, B i b u ed W ooltly by IJ Truth Publishing Company. "J Western Newspaper Union llulldlng, 241 , i South West Templo Stroot, A ) Salt Lake City. J i I John W. Hughes, Editor andMnnoger ' I u Entered Juno 19, 1003, at Salt Lake City, Utah I ' n as second-class matter undor act of Congress K f March 3. 1879- J. i . Ttrmi of Subscription. H1. ONB YBAU iln advance) $2.00 !,' SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 '. 1'HRBB MONTHS (In advanco) 75 I Postmasters sendlncsubscrlptlons to TRUTH I, , may retain 25 per oont of subscription prlco i" , as commission. i If the paper is not desired beyond tlie date I : subscribed for, the publication should bo ! , ,i notified by letter two weeks or more boforo ' ' , thotorm expires. iff Li Discontinuances. ' Remember that the publisher must bo notl- ,' lied by letter when a subsorlbor wishes his I - paper stopped; all arrears must bo paid in .p(J t full. ! It? Requests of subscribers to bavo their paper rVt mailed to a new address, to secure ntteu-...