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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

... in. . , i ,& i Vol. 4; No. 46 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JULY 29, 1905. Prick 5 Cents I tribune's Attack on Roosevelt There is not a loyal, patriotic American in this state who has read or heard of the Tribune's treasonable attack on President Roosevelt's ad ministration this week but whoso blood bolls with indignation at the outrage. The lawless, profligate gang headed by ex-United States Senator Thomas Kearns, United States Dis trict Attorney Joseph Lippman, and Furious Jenny Cannon, now include olllcers of the national government in their villainous assault, all because those officials would not be the tools of that same lawless, profligate gang. Look at the facts. The Uintah res ervation was to bo opened to settle ment, and for this purpose a land of fice was created, and President Hooscvelt issued a proclamation nam ing convenient places of registration. Ex-Senator Kearns' paper, the Trib une, conducted by United States Dis trict Attorney Lippman, had been waging warfare on ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

2 TRUT H, Si its situation. This Is called making ML, "entry." L3- Other Uintah Facts. IMfc Open to settlement, 1,000,000 acres. UK Number of homesteads, 1G0 acres IB cacn' C'C8C- 19? If 20,000 persons register, only one HB out of three can win. IH Cost of claim to those winning In V drawing, per acre, $1.25. HR) Time in which to pay for land, five SHE years. IH After fourteen months' residence, Hj you may pay for the homestead. HBj Cost to irrlgato the Uintah lands, BH $8 to $10 per acre. BH Unappropriated water rlgnts on flBj rivers may bo taken up by settlers BH after claims are selected. Somo water BH rights aro open to entry. fljB Federal government fixes rates to H bo charged for water by canal com- BB panics. HH Enough water available, it is be- HB lleved, to water every men of land BH that will bo opened for settlement. HB Choicest lands already taken up by HB Uto Indians. BH A'lonjt one-third of land to bo opened RHi for settlement is considered of poor HHH grade for homest...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

TRUTH, 3 II, WILL NOT BRING JOHN Q. BACK. Governor Cutler has declined to sign a requisition for John Q. Can non and as a result the former briga dier general of the Utah National Guard will not be brought back for fi, j.j.,1 The governor may have had & good reasons for not signing tho re quisition, but whatever they may have been, this affair has resulted in Utah getting another chunk of advertising that will bo used against it by the lady lecturers on tho stump. Tho fol lowing Is a press dispatch clipped from a paper published outsido this stato: "Salt Lake, July 25. General John J. Cannon, who fled to Canada to es ciipo trial on a charge of forgery, ap pears to bo safe because- Governor Cutler has declined to issuo a requi sition, saying tho Interests of tho stato do not demand a requisition. "Cannon's prominent Mormon con nections and tho fact that ho was onco editor of tho church newspaper and Is the father of Georgo J. Cannon, ono of tho great men of Mormonlsm, lias served...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

4 TRUTH. i IN THE SOCIAL REALM. I H The golf people were guests at the HJ Country club Monday, a buffet lunch- H con being given in their noiior at noon. H The tables were bright with many nas- fM turtiums and yellow marigolds. Sixty H guests were present. The hostesses H wcro Mrs. Robert Walker, Miss Maud H Thorn and Miss Marge Miller. At r H o'clock a table d'hote dinner was HE served, Mrs. David Hempstead being HJ the hostess. J j & HJ Mrs. William Druehl was the hos- ijfl tcss of a luncheon Monday afternoon H in honor of her school friends and vis- HJ iting girls In the city. Covers were J laid for Miss Charlotte Druehl of Chl- H cago, Miss Maude McCargcr, Miss Rpj Helen Boxrud, Miss Louise Maddison, WM Miss Marguerite Donnellan, Miss Era- H lly Jcssup, Miss Lucy Gaby, Miss BH Ruth McCuaig. J H Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hcnrotln HJ Bailey and nurse, of Klmborley, South HJ Africa, aro expected in this city next HJ Monday, to ho the guests of Mr. and H Mrs. Rudolph Alff for a coupl...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

TRU TH. 5 1 mil M'-s- Etlwin Frankon- cvers were laid for ten. Mr and Mrs. B. W. Smith are at the Hermitage to spend their vaca- tlon- The musical study class gave a ' musical hour at the homo of Miss C. Mie Twomey, 25 South Seventh East on Friday afternoon. Tlie Misses Moss gave an afternoon party Wednesday to forty invited guests. The house was decorated with golden, red and yellow nastur tiums. Miss Kato Thomas left for Long Deach on Thursday. Mrs. Kenneth C. Kerr and family will be homo August 2, after a three months' visit to the coast. Mrs. H. B. "Windsor gave an Italian luncheon at her homo, 137 East First South, Wednesday afternoon. Tho t-tblo decorations wero sweet peas in red, white and green. Tho place cards containing the menu were dec orated with flags and national colors. The guests wero: Mrs. Thomas Mar loneaux, Mrs. Graham Putnam, Mrs. Agnes Osborne, Mrs. Frank Maddox of Lincoln, Nob., Dr. Grace Stratton of Omaha, Miss Copp and Mrs. J. O. Hopper. CHATTER. (Being the ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

1 6 TRUTH. I H ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NOTES. HI A danco will bo given one evening Hj next week at the University club. Th? Hi d?.to has not yet been set. H Members of the University club en- Hffi jcyed a stag affair on Wednesday H evening at the roso garden, which Is B a very attractive place those warm 88' t t Hfljj Hugh Satcrlco entertained at dinner HH Tuesday evening at tho University HE club. The party spent the remainder Hffi of the evening at "Tho Fall of Pom- B! pail." Tho guests were Miss Jasomino J Young, Miss Miller, Miss Margo Mil- DM ler Miss Allcen McClcan; Messrs. flH Aitlnir and Rlcliards of Butte, Brodic. OHM Mr. and Mrs. David Keith and Mrs. flU Charles Rookledgo leavo for tho Mjj Keith cottage at Terminal islnnd next HB Monday, to bo away miring tho month HH of August. Hj Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sadler and Mrs. DIJ Donnell left Thursday for Brighton. H Misses Hcleno and Bess Crltzer HJ will entertain at a Kensington next Tuesday morning, in honor of their IE cuest, Miss Eth...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

T1nTH A MIXED UP MUSS. What a curious affair was this shooting of the man Nutting and the denouement attending it. The wo- (man goes to tlio room of her para mour, after remaining with him all night, a strugglo eusuo In which a gun is drawn; In the meleo ho is shot I! und dies; a coroner's jury brings in a j verdict of accidental death; the wronged husband takes tho woman (jack and everything goes on lovely. The only ono In tho affair who gets the worst of it is Nutting, who is safe ' under tho sod, where ho can win no more women away from their hus bands. Well, perhaps It is just as well that tho result turned out as It d.u. Tho woman was weak and foolish, giddy and utterly regardless of all conse quences. And yet her conversation and her actions after arrest demon strated that she was no spring chicken. Her language showed her familiarity with tho current slang of tlio day and was by no means of that kind that characterizes innocence led astray. When wo think it over, it is hard t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

'If 8 TRU TH. 1 H Issued WooUIy ly Hj Truth Publishing Company. H Western NewRpopor Union Hulldlncr, 241 H South West Temple Street, H Salt Lake Ulty. p IBB John W.Hughes, Editor andManager ffi Unterod Juno 19, 100H, nt Salt Lalw City, Utah IIRj 5 st-cond-class matter under act of Congress ItBE '! March 3, 1879' MB Tortus of Subscription. BK ONK YKAK In nilvanco) $2 00 MR SIX MONTHS (I advance) ..... . 00 K THKEE MONTHS (In ndviuico) .. ..i!:: .75 H Postmasters sendlnesuhscrlptlons to TKUTH I may rotain 2.1 per cent of oubacr ption prlco n as commission. hR If the paper Is not desired beyond tlm date MM subscribed for. th publication should be mi notified by letter two werlisor more before Mm tho torm expires. KBj Dlscontlnuancaa. aH Remember that the publisher must be notl- BK lied by loiter when n subscriber wishes his tHH pat'" stopped; all nrroars must bo paid In Hi Requests of subscribers to Imvo thoir paper H mulled ton now adores-, to secure atten- MBP tion, must mention form...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

T E II t 9 f VISITORS FROM AUSTRALIA. Mr. Joseph Coulter, a justice of the peace for the state of New South Wales Australia, has just been visit ing tills city and In tho course of an interview with that gentleman, some useful information has been elicited bearing upon matters of Immediate concern to ourselvc3. Mr. Coulter left Sydney, with his brother, on tho 22d of February last, and since that date has visited Ceylon, severals ports in tin? Mediterranean, England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Switzerland, and Italy. He Is now engaged in touring Amer ica. As far as our own country is con cerned, Mr. Coulter has formed a very high opinion of it, but cannot under stand how it is that at any moment and industrial upheaval may take place which may seriously paralyze trades and interfere with the general well-being of tho community. "You have adopted with advantage," said Mr. Coulter, "our Australian system of balloting, then why not in labor and industrial affairs bring into force that ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

10 TRUTH. I ,: U' f,t.' f & I Eilibllthid 1864 W.P.KISER.Mgr. t I Henry If Wagener f I Brewing Co. J I Yt . jij" I LAGER BEER & PORTERJ 1 KlP Special attention given to bottled i i.'.'v m beer for family trade. Free m-nX delivery to all parts of I ., m the city. ' '. I '" i s till ' !wT office: 1 f ',t! 5 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH J tf'Msal PHONE 21Q. 'rem MB AT THE RESOhiS. wB All things look purple today the BS effect hasn't worn off, although nil our nj9 money's gono Into tho cash register. fflH Did you hear "Dick" Whlttemoro BUll spiel? Say, isn't Uncle Richard the HEM very, very utmost? Those full, round HHiBK accents of friend "Whlttcmore's were DljBf as juicy as peaches. i(HH M. M. Warner made some nnnounce- UtriR ments from a carriage. Warner IwraH hasn't a megaphone voice, hut every IfflSJl word wns unctlous and persuasive fflH that's what counts on purple day. UH The Purple parade was an eye- IHHH opener to the skeptics. Some of the IglHR natives thought tho "boys" were ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

TRU-T M 11 if ndian war veterans. The Thirteenth Annual Camp Fire reunion of Utah Indian War Veterans will be held at Paysou on August 15, iV 17 and 18. Very handsome and nitrlotlc Invitations have been issued ! v Department Commander West- !uood and Assistant Adjutant General McKenzIe. The committee on ar rmgement Is composed of J. A. John son chairman; N. A. Brown, Henry Girdner, Isaac Bowers, and Geo. Mc KenzIe. Special rates have been ar r nged for on tho Rio Grande West ern and San Pedro railroads. Events or this kind are always Interesting, and this one will bo especially so. The l educed rates on tho railroads ap ply not only to tho veterans but to their families and friends. u INSURING THE FUTURE. Tho future Is something that in terests overybody. The small Inves tor should not place his money In any enterprise that has a suggestion of speculation attached to it, but should invest in securities that ho can ex amine and appraise for himself, and alterward, If found desirable,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

f" & TRUTH, j -' ODD FELLOWS ANNIVERSARY. I if & life Tonight nt Odd Fellows' hall, Utah litfiu' Lodge No. 1 celebrates the fortieth IWH anniversary of its existence. An ex- IS cellent programme has been prepared Hlfl an( " ls GXI)ecte(1 that the evening HH will be a very enjoyable one. Thero HH will be musical exercises, vocal and SHE instrumental, several short addresses HK will e made, and there will bo rcad- iWR ings by talented elocutionists. Utah HJ Lodgo No. 1 was born at the CI030 of KJH the war. Utah was then part of Ne- HUJ vada jurisdiction and the report of the MM grand sire on the institution was made IBI at' the session, when after the strife INH that had divided the states, the In- nj dependent Order of Odd Fellows met MB in the sovereign grand lodgo and y ffij shook hands and started in to heal the H Bl wounds inflicted. The prayer of the fl HI chaplain on that memorable occasion 9 H contained this sentiment: "Grant, O U Ml Lord, that we of this order may win...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

TRUTH. 13 ' Lawyer's Directory. For handy reference, Truth prints the list of Salt Lake's practicing lawyers, with their addresses. If any names are omitted, or If there 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, G. H. 32 Main St. Bailey, J. H. Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Blk. Bildg. Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. Barnes, A. It. 212 S. Main. Bennett & Bierer 1C3 S. Main. Bird, W. H. 400 Scott-Strevoll Bldg. Booth, Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Boswell, Wm. 401 McCornlck Block. Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building. Bowdle, J. It. 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M. 431 D. P. Walker. Boyd, C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. Bradley & Itischel 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block Breeden & White 311 D. F. Walker. Brothers,. M. It. 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Arth...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

m 14 TRUTH. I iK Smith & Putnam, Attorneys, IBEl Commercial Block. IHf NOTICE. lfili'F In tho D'str,ct Court, Probate Divi- MM' slon, in and for Salt Lake County, K State of Utah. Hr', In the matter of the estato or Henri- 9gLb etta M. Klnsey, deceased. Notice. 1 The petition of Smith & Putnam, Hl praying for the issuance to Ruth B. H Kinsey, of Letters of Administration f in the Estato of Henrietta M. Kinsey, HH deceased, has been set for ncaring on R Saturday, the 12th day of August, A. R D. 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the H county court house, in the court room B of said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt H Lake County, Utah. H Witness the Clerk of said Court B with the seal thereof afllxcd, this 25th ftp day of July, A. D. 100b. V J. U. ELDRBDGE, JR., (Seal.) Clerk. KV By W. H. FARNSWORTH. SV Deputy Clerk. ftV SMITH & PUTNAM, PH Attorneys for Petitioner. H G. H. Backman, Attorney, Ml ' 32 South Main Street. Hi NOTICE. jjBl In the District Court, Probate Divi- HHK sion,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

TRUTH. 15 i fic0 of tho county recorder for Salt Lake county, State of Utah. 2 Tho names of tho mortgagors are George A. Mcintosh and Carrie H. Mcintosh, tho name of the mortgagee Is G H. Cherry, and of the assignee is Mrs. A. K. Glesy. I 3 The amount duo on said note ! and mortgage on tho 22nd day of July, I 1905 the date of tho first publication of this notice, Is ?185.90. 4, Tho property Is described as fol lows: Ono Emerson Upright Piano, No 71,372, and ono Apollo Piano Play er, made by Clark Piano Company of Chicago. G. Said sale will bo made at public auction to the highest and best bidder at No. 1334 South Tenth East street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake county, State of Utah, on Monday, tho 7th day of August, 1905, at 12:30 o'clock p. m., of said day. MRS. A. K. GIESY, Assignee. E. D. HOGE, Attorney for Assignee. W. R. Hutchinson, Attorney. Atlas Block. SHERIFF'S SALE. In tho District Court in and for Salt Lake County, State of Utah. Fred N. Bertholf, Plaintiff, against J. Schen...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 29 July 1905

in HI 16 T RU X H- I p. ,jf . fj Finest Train in the ji Entire West ft r m iW The Burlington's famous Number Six, lb S'ljtj leaving Denver daily at 4:35 p. m.f and 8iW arriving- in Chicago at 8:45 p. m. next ii m' da, has been born anew. Experts say ''t-l there is none finer in America. About ! F Jf 500 electric lights' Observation plat- .' form! Observation windows! Library- i buffet! Electric fans! Dust screens! ,,'jilj Anything and everything to insure , ;vJj COOL comfort for summer traveler! i .rtlf,' I should llko tho pr llotfoof tolling you moro oliout tho ! '!JL; train nntl Iti connections from Utah I 0I11U. llf I R. F. NESLEN, General Agent Pf; I 79 West Second South St., MM I S It Lake Cit" I J- n all " Th Local Merchant Advertisers Bill I th bwt judge of adverlMng Konerally find people who buy things , - ., , ii hi tho mot roonptivo mood in the HH Tidue of tho various weekly papers surroundings of Home and Family HjjB In this Oity. lie pnta Ids money especially ac evening,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

H H I VOt" 4i NO' 4? SALT LAKE CITyTuTAH, AUGUST 5, 1905. Phick 5 Cknt 1 1 I I STARTLING CITY POLITICS H City politics aro beginning to as- H sumo deflnito shapo. Tho most prom H Inont foaturo which has developed so H far is that tlio present municipal ad H ministration for several months has B been making extensive preparations H to perpetuate itself in office, with the H present mayor as the head of it. All public work which it is possible- to H undertake ha3 cither been put under way or will bo as soon as possible. Laborers and others aro being em- ployed with reckless abandon to make voters and tho taxpayers will of course B liavo to pay for tho votes. Seldom so early in tho season has such an oxtonsivo and well laid plan of cam- paign been inaugurated. Tho admin- istration has plenty of money, tho mil- lion dollar bond Issue having been H consummated. Tho city tax levy has been raised to tho extravagant amount of 11 mills, tho highest in tho history of tho city. A campaign of c...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

L 2 TRUTH. . I I publican nominations and forco candl- dates upon the people How do you like It citizen reader? How do you I like It, Mr. Taxpayer? Ploaso don't E all speak at onco. J Why Tax Levy Was Increased. I Many people are wondering why It I Is that there has been an Increaso In tho tax lovy this year. Taxes havo l been rising every year for tho last 4 years. Four years ago our city taxes I woro 7.2 mills. Three years ago tho rate was 0 mills. Two years ago tho rato was raised to 10 mills and this year ' It Is 11 mills. This too when tho val- ! uatlon of tho city has been Increased ?9,000,000. Tho mayor this year rec ommended that tho lovy bo 12 mills. Can wo wonder that rents aro high for both business and resldenco proper ty when tho owners havo to pay over 1 per cent to tho city for taxes and over throo por cent for city, county and state, to say nothing of repairs and Insuranco, special taxes, water rates, etc? Hardly. Do you know why this rato has beon raised? It Is beca...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

I TRUTH. 3 1! of the Bamberger wing of the Demo- I cratlc party, which is assuming to con- j trol just now. Morris wants to sue- I ceed himself and is leaving no stone J m unturned to get every influence possl- ' I bio brought to bear. If Crltchlow I snatches this plum the Bamberger in- 1 terests will do everything poselbjp I to reelect him, becauso ho is their 1 tool. m The scheme Includes the registering I of every alien employe on the now H lino to Ogden and the north so they H can vote hero at the fall election. It ! also includes the starting of work as ' soon as possible on the water exten- i sion, so tnat outsido laborers can be imported, who will live hero and get registered In time to vote for Morris, and there will bo plenty of them im ported from other portions of the county of Salt Lake. Already the man agers of the Morris campaign are working tooth and nail to get matters ready so that the lads outsido the lim its can secure boarding places inside in order to come withi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

I 4 T RU TH. I I IN THE SOCIAL REALM. Judge King loft Wednesday evening for Los Angeles. C. O. "Whlttomoro has gone to the coast for a brief visit with friends. Miss Laura Snow of Chicago is the guest of Miss Florenco Grant for a few weeks. Miss Helen Bamberger entertained at luncheon Wednesday afternoon at the Country club. Tho marriage of Miss Katherino Dwyor and Louis W. Crltchlow took placo Thursday ovenlng. Mrs. J. J. Daly and Miss Evelyn Daly loft for Chicago Wednesday, to be away nbout two weeks. Mrs. A. Q. Andrews and children left on Tuesday for eastern Washing ton to visit friends for sovoral weeks. Arthur K. Thomas and daughter, Miss Ethel, havo gono to tho moun tains for a couplo of weeks. Miss Leslie Kerr of Chicago is tho guest of Miss Beatrico Chcesman for H tho remainder of tho summer. A. R.. Scott of Wisconsin, a class- Vf mate of Gordon McMillon at Yalo, has Hlf? been a guest at tho McMillcn home H for the past week. 1 Hi 4 4 ;1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Perkins, H c...

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