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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

I Max Brown Is homo from Ann Ar- I bcr for tho remainder of the summer. I JX & I Miss Addlo Zano gave a luncheon I Thursday In honor of Miss Stella Sal- I Isbury and Miss Blolso Sherman. 1 & & I Mrs. Warren Boguo has left for Den- I ver where she will reside In tho fu- I ture. Mr. Boguo will go later. & jt I Mrs. A. J. Hosmor Is entertaining I Miss Geraldlno Brown, daughter of the Rev. Clarenco T. Brown. jt I Mr3. B. P. Bauer and daughter, Ethel and their guest, Mrs. Jones, loft Wednesday for tho fair and northwest ern and coast points. ; Miss Pearl P. Avery and James P. Brown, both of this city, were married Tuesday afternoon at tho office of Jus- tlce Dana T. Smith, tho justice of ficiating. .st Mrs. Harry Windsor entertained the Musicians' club Wednesday afternoon I at her homo, 437 East First South street. Tho topic was "Modern Com posers and tho History of Their Mu sic." Those who assisted were Mr. Shepherd, Mrs. Osborne, Miss Cohn, Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, Misses ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

I 6 TRUTH, I W TRUTHS. H! , Tho Trlbuno In commenting on the H Land registration says: H A. "Provided tho proceedings are free H from collusion or favoritism, tho draw- H ' lugs will give nn Important beneficial I ,". impulse to tho Stato" I ' "It is probablo, if there is no fraud, ! that a considerable number of "out- j, aiders" will bo able to find lodgement ftj in tho Uintah Country by reason or I, theso registrations and drawings." L s coming from a paper whoso h manager is tho U. S. District Attor- U noy is significant. Tho persons in ij charge of tho registration and draw- J ing should bo men of tho highest char- actcr nnd their integrity unlmpoached. if If the U. S. District Attorney's paper known to tho contrary or suspects that fraud Is going to bo committed, nn tho Trlbuno Insinuates its duty to tho public is plain. Tho men who con duct tho drawing, like Caesar's wife sho.ild bo abovo suspicion. Will they bo If this statement of tho U. S. Dis trict Attorney's paper goes un...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

I TRUTH. 7 I them. Although Mr. Sanford endeav- I orcd to show a personal interest, ho I was unable to do so, and at the con- I elusion of the argument the court ro- I marked: I "The order heretofore made will bo 1 Eet aside." I The opponents of the franchise con- I slating of Dean, Wood, Hobday, Mar- I tin, Black, A. J. Davis. Hobday and I Neiihausen did a lot of filibustering, I offered dilatory motions, tried to I force adjournments, etc., but Harten-. I stein stayed firm with the Bamberger I syndicate and the measure was finally I adopted. 1 Several amendments were offered I by the opponents of the measure, but all of them were defeated. Hobday offered an amendment cutting down the time five years, but was sat upon. Black's motion to strike out fifty I years and make It twenty-five was also lost. An amendment making the minimum rate for Incandescent lights 75 cents instead of ?1 was defeated. So was also an amendment providing for free lights for the isolation hos pital, tho par...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

f 8 TRUTH, i Issued Wookly by Truth Publishing Company. Western Newspaper Union Tin lUllucr, 241 South West Templo Street, Salt Lako City. John W. Hughos, Editor andManogor Entered Juno 19, 190:), at Salt Lake City, Utah n seoond-olnss mattor under act of Congress ., if March 3, 1879 Terms of Subscription. ONR YKAIt In ndvanco) $2.00 SIX MONTHS (In ndvanco) 1.00 THREE MONTHS (In ndvanco) 75 Postmastors sendlucrsuhscrlptlons to TRUTH may retain 2.1 per oent of subscription price in commission. If the paper Is not desired beyond the date mibsorlhed for, the publication should be notiUed by letter two weeks or more beforo llio term expires. Discontinuances. Iteinoinbrr that the publisher must bo noti fied by letter when n subscriber wishes his paper stopped; nil arroars must be paid In full Requests of Btihsorlbers to havo their papor mulled to a new address, to seoitro atten tion, must mention formor as well as pres ent address. Address nil commnnicntlousto TRUTH PUH LISHINQ COMPANY S...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

D TRU TH- 2 ! I I ome gather without and some with I And thy banners mako Gentiles to I " treirhlo I When brrn? ty Joseph P. Smith. f l'en the SPan,Bl1 war fr3t uus'eJ I ' " ow-ut I And threatened our country to wreck; 1 Dold Utah the foemen to row-ut I Put a lot of her "Cannons" on deck. I With Furious Jen. In the senate W And John Q. on horseback so bravo 'Twas then that wo knew that our Utah v Was elected the country to save. When the silver men the nation to j capturo Our financial laws tried to burn 'Twas then Utah found a hero In the shape of our dear Tommy Kearns. And with Furious J. In convention At St. Louis Some eight years ago; He stood for tho Grand Old, Old I Party And yelled for McKlnley you know. CHORUS. Three cheers for our Utah forever; Three more for Franklo and Tom Threo cheers for dear Colonel Nelson Three cheers for dear Joey Llppmon. I had to spell tho words that way Mto make tho music, but It don't make any difference In an anthem, P. Jones. Anthem No. 2. Skoo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

f jo TRUTH. 1 ; Ettabllshad 1864 W. P. KISER, Mgr. m I I Henry I I :, i Wagener I' : Brewing i I i Co. If I LAGER BEER & PORTE" s HxPi mm H'cAl jt rfif Special attention given to bottled Un9r tf It m beer for family trade. Free m delivery to all parts of f. the city. I lit! office: iff 7 E ST FIRST SOUTH J, II PHONC 218. Hi HJj AT THE RESORTS. Hj Jm """ """" H' jjj And it camo to pass tlint a circus H'tj! did visit "Aon, and, with the nolso and H'jffl tho clamor and tho shouting at the Hi ticket wagons thcro passed away much Hjf money. This Is romombored oven to H'tf, this day and called tho "Day of part H I , Ing with tho Mazuma." After this I I thcro was a short respite In tho land H and people chased the clusivo coin, Hw but It was not Barnum and Ball- H; oy had gathered all tho lucre, leaving H . nothing wherewith to pay tho tithes. Hi j j HJ; j Dr. Carver has been surprising tho Hj, i natives with his fancy shooting at HJ': Saltair during tho week. Tho Doctor I- ' is certai...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

I TRUTM. " ' ', I NEWEST CURE FOR CANCER. One Said to Have Been Found In Iron I Ore Bogs of Indiana. What many people regard as a euro for cancer has been discovered here In tho oily slime from the Iron ore bogs which unites with It properties of Iron from the ore deposits, says a I Wlnamac, Ind., speclaj to the Cincin nati Enquirer. Th flscovery was mado by a tile ditcher working In tho bos3. He was afflicted with cancer of (ho face, and while working felt In clined to scratch the affected parts. I Instead, however, he cooled tho dis eased part with a handful of the sllmo from one of the pools. The itch stopped at once, and within a few months he declared the cancer cured. Several other persons suffering from cancer tried the same treatment and sll declare themselves rid of the mal ady, among them being John G. Boylcs, ex-surveyor of Pulaski county, whoso face and eyes wero affected. Tho waters, which are said to ef fect tho cure, contain dciyed vegeta tion from blue flags, water l...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

I 12 TRUTH, I I PURELY PERSONAL. Hi! General Lavin, who for so many H i years has acted as major domo at ti.s official residence of Rt. Rev. Law I l ' ronca Scanlan, of this Catholic diocese, , has, so wo undetand, received an !(. Invitation to atterid a reunion, or gath- fc j orlng, of former soldiers which will bo 'it held, some tlmo during tho latter por- I t!6n of this month. General Stephen HJ j Lavin wns commissioned a brlgadler- '! general by Governor EH Murray and Is ono of the old tlmo heroes and sol HJ 1 dlers of U.tah. All his frlonds, hopo he HJii can Sct iway to this evont. 1 ,,., IFred McGurrin, who has been In the east for some time, has returned and will soon leavo for somo promising prospects In Nevada. A private letter from Rev. Peter A. Slmpkln, who Is resting with 'his fam ily at Santa Monica, conveys the In formation that the parson Is having v a good tlmo and will return much ro- HJlj freshed. HlU Hii J. J. THOMAS APPOINTED. HjjIjL Tho Grand Siro of tho Indepen...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

I TRUTH. 13 ' ; I Lawyer's Directory. I For handy reference, Truth prints the Hat 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. 68 Hooper Block. Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Bloc?" Bacltman, O. H. 32 Main St. Bailey, J. H. Jr., 7 Dos. Ntl. Blk. Blldg. Baldwin, Ckas 74 Com'l. Block. Barnes, A. R. 212 S. Main. Bennett & Bierer 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. 617 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block Breeden & White 311 D. F. Walker. Brothers, M. R. 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Ar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

I 14 TRUTH. I H II I. .1.11 - ! I I II I BJ H" ASSESSMENT NO. 4. M Juno Mining Company. Principal . placo of business, Salt Lako City, Utah. Notice Is hereby given that at I a mooting of tho directors hold on tho 5th day of July 1905, an assessment ' of one-quarter cent per share was lev- i led on tho capital stock of tho corpor- i atlon, payable Immediately to P. V. I Muhlenbruch, treasurer, Room 9, Con tral block, Salt Lako City, Utah. Any stock upon which this assessment mj may remain unpaid on tho 12th day of August, 1905, will be delinquent J , and advertised for sale at public auc- '' tlon, and unless payment Is made be J ' fore, will bo sold on tho 2nd day of m' Scptcmbor, 1905, to pay tho delinquent ijfi assessment, together with tho cost of lift advertising nn dcxpense of sale. Hfl F. W. MUHLENBRUCH, J Secretary. J rip Office, Room 9, Central Block, Salt H Lako City. Utah. iJ3 Christonson & Brown, J Attorneys, jg 219 Atlas Block. H$ SUMMONS. Jiff In the District Court o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

1 xru th. is ' ; I 1 SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET- j INQ. Notlco Is hereby given that a special I meeting of the stockholders of the I Salt Lake & Ogden Railway company, 1 a corporation organized and existing I under the laws of Utah, Is hereby call- I od for Monday, tho 21st day of August, 1905, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, i at tho ofilco of the company, No. loi 3 Main street, Salt Lake City, Utah, for the purpose of considering an amend ment to, and If deemed advisable, or amending tho Articles of Incorporation so as to Increase tho capital stock from ?800,000.00, divided into 8,000 shares of tho par value of ?100.00 per share to $1,500,000.00, divided Into 15, 000 shares of tho par valuo of $100.00 per share. Salt Lako City, Utah, July 27th, 1905. SIMON BAMBERGER, President. NOTICK OP SPECIAL Cl'l'V TAX. To Whom It May Concorn: No tlco U hcroby given that a special tax ' for the purpose, of constructing a co- Imcnt sltlownlk six foot wldo on tho north sldo of Second South s...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 5 August 1905

I 16 T R IJ T H . il . Standard and Tourist sleeping I 1 cars with broad windows and I aBBl tbe best possible ventilation. I I Route through the heart of the I I 1 Rockies, and Colorado Springs I BbbbI and Denver. I These are features of the Burlington service I thro' to the East. Keep the fact in mind. I R. F. NESLEN, General Agent II 79 West Second South St., II Salt Lake City lij The Local Merchant Advertisers 1 IB th8 be,t judge of advertising raKS&St If value of the various weekly papers surroundings of Home and Family Hrg In this Olty. He pnto his money especially at evening, when there is J! where it pays best. The best paper loisure and inclination for reading; m for him is the best paper for the tfl"t?JSF H. I Genoral Advertiser as well. TRUTH has the circulation, and will K $ J certainly bring you RESULTS. H i TDIITU is the Best Advertising Me. UUVQ because it has the largest H J I nU I II dium for the Local Morchant II II I i circulation. jf Don't forget we have the c...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 August 1905

: & m Vol. 4; No. 48 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AUGUST 12, 1905. Price 5 Cents If. In The Political Arena The recent events that have taken placo In politics have had tho effect of setting tho managers of the "Amer ican" party guessing. Some right vigorous conferences have heen held of late, although not much has re sulted. It is conceded that tho Demo cratic party has strengthened itself hy reason of the fact that Simon Bam herger has got control of tho policies of the Herald. That will mean that during the coming campaign the paper will he run as Mr Bamberger desiro3. The managment will no long er threaten to bolt tho ticket if this man or that man is nominated, but will get into Una and will drill as it never has drilled before If the man agement does not, then the manage ment will step aside for another management. Because Mr. Bam berger will not stand for any monkey ing. To make tho Herald Democratic means something in Salt Lako and Utah, because the paper has been noth ing over...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 August 1905

I 2 TRU T H- I. Preserving Fruit. Jjpr VJ There are two ways of "putting up" fruit one for spoiling and one which Insures preservation. It Is the fl J latter way that every good housewife Is anxious to obtain. There are two requisites necessary to secure It '3 correct Jars and good rubber rings. In fact, the Ring plays the chief part; If old or of questionable quality, wf the fruit will soon start "working" and a loss .be sustained. J I' The "Economy" and "Mason" arc Correct Jars. l: I See display In window. Extra Caps and Rings for each size. We also have a Reliable Stock of Kettles, B: i i Pans and Spoons In Porcelain, Enamel and Tin, Funnels for Filling Jars, Jelly Presses, Jelly Glasses and Jam HM Pots, Wrenches, Strainers, etc Everything Needed for Preserving Fruit. ' Hi THE SAFEST PLACE TO TRADE. T IONS O-OPERATIVE lil ERCANT1LE 1 NSTITUTION '1 liavo strong opposition for tho noml- 7; nation again. W. M. Thompson is Hj also spoken of by tho Republicans as W a councilmanic cand...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 August 1905

I TRUTH. ! , I SOME ODDS AND ENDS M. M. Donovan, formerly assistant chief of the flro department, but' now a resident of Dawson City, Alaska, Is in I the city on a visit. Donovan looks very much liko tho same man ho used to be when here, except that civilian garments and a diamond solitaire be come him more than blue clothes and brass buttons. Ho says that there have not been many recent discov eries in Dawson, but at Frank lin, on the American side, about three hundred miles down tho river, some very good finds are being made. Daw son, however, is by no means a dead place, the old established properties turning out a good quantity of tho 1 yellow stuff. John Bechtol, formerly of this city, is making good up there and has some promising prospects. Harry Edwards is doing a thriving business, and John J. Donovan, who used to bo captain of police is making It all right. As to climate, Donovan says in summer tho conditions are very similar to I our own, but In winter the thermome ter go...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 August 1905

I 4 TRU TH. IN THE SOCIAL REALM. I Harold Slcgol 1ms returned to Ne vada. Miss Elsie Pettlt has returned from the coast. Mrs. M. T. Benson and family aro at Wasatch. Mrs. Oscar L. Cox is In Portland, Ore., visiting friends, lames Wynkoop has returned to camp, Holiday park. Miss Annie Plko is visiting friends in Provo for a few days. Miss Emma Lackycr has gone to California for a few weeks. Mrs. Ad. Knhn of Ogden is tho guest of Mrs. Hanna for a few days. Miss Jean Alvord is in Provo spend ing; a few weeks with friends. V. E. Zles of St. Louis was n guest ' in tho city, en route to Portland. Mrs. H. C. Edwards is homo from a visit with her father In Nebraska. m Mr. and Mrs. William Adams havo H J gore to New York for a short stay. H I Hfjj I Everet Murrlch and William Trov- jp clyn left Tuesday for Globe, Ariz. it - Tcrgus Ferguson and party havo Hjl i gone to Los Angeles for a few weeks. Mrs. Dorscy Ash is homo from a '1 visit with her mother In Wilmington, Hi if Dol Hi ,1 I Mr. and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 August 1905

TRU T H. 5 ', Dorsoy Ash entertained at a lunch eon at tho University club Monday In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Neel. Tho other guests were Miss Maud I Fitch, Miss Leila Stingley, Aaron Meyers and A. S. Brown. Madam Ancolla M. Fox of Chicago was the guest of Miss Borkhool Tues day, on her way East. During tho past month Madam Fox has been visiting at Portland, Seattle, San FranciBco, L03 Angeles and Long Beach. J & Mrs. H. S. Knight and Mrs. C. E. Parsons were tho hostesses of a luncheon Wednesday at the Commer- Icial club In honor of Miss Zarbaugh. Covers were laid for tho following named school friends of the guest of hoonr: Mrs. Ernest Anstee, Miss Myra Sowles, Miss Ethel Lane. Mrs. Thomas B. Davis was tho hos tess f a luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the Country club, in honor of Miss Stella Salisbury. Tho invited guests were Mrs. George K. Fischer, Mrs. Charles Henrotih, Mrs. Union Wor thington, Mrs. Sturgls, Miss Lillian Woodward, Miss Katherlne Judge and Miss Laura Sherman...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 August 1905

I 6 TR.U TH. I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NOTES. f H ', Mrs. Noplii Clayton is at tho Clny- H to'i ranch in East canyon. K I f Miss Evelyn Mason is tho guest of Tf ss Alta Ilawllns at Brighton. j I Mrs. O. P. Whitney has gone to Los Hi?, Aigelcs for a visit with friends. II D. P. Pulop and son, Jerome, have Hlfi gene to oLs Angeles for a week's visit. Hill Mrs. Jcnnio Thomas and Miss Clara IFnrr of Ogden aro tho guests of .1. A. Steele. & jt Mrs. Robert J. Caskoy and children have returned from a two months vis it in tho cast. & Mrs. James R. Wick and sons and lUss Kato Ryan loft on Thursday for Toneka, Kan. Col. and Mrs. Edwin P. Holmes ana tin Misses Olivo and Harriet Holmes nra at Oakwood. Miss Knudson of St. Louis was a guest in tho city Thursday on her v.y to tho coast. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. Brown have returned from n brief visit with j Vends in Kentucky. I jijj Miss Blancho Cherry entertained at HI ' a card party Friday morning, in honor Jfi; of Mrs. Robert E. Steele. i Jl Mr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 August 1905

I m hiiii iiiflflflflflflflMflflflflflflflflflflflflflfljflflfl f ALCHOHOL IN PATENT MEDI CINES. I For the benefit of its readers Truth I publishes below a list of patent medi- A clnes, and the per cent of alchohol con- 1 talned in each as found by the State H chemist. People who are opposed to M alchohol in their systems should not I bo imposed upon by being induced to I drink it undor another name. It is I a well established fact that strictly I temperance people aro misled daily II into drinking alchohol by taking pat l cnt medicines. I Hoff's Extract of Malt and Iron, I 5.24. I Kopp's White ML Bitters, "not an 1 alcholic beverage," COO. I Pierce's Indian Restorative Bitters, I CIO. Warner's Vinegar Bitters, "contains no spirits," CIO. s1 Hop Tonic, 7.00. "Best Tonic," 7.C0. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, 7.32. Radway's Resolvent, 7.90. J Corbett's Shaker Sarsaparilla, 8.80. Thurston's Old Continental Bitters, 111.40. Hop Bitters, 12.00. Secor's Cinchona Bitters, 13.10 Howe's Arabian T...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 12 August 1905

aaa ' B I "a TRUTH. 1 I limed Woekly by Truth Publishing Company. Western newspaper Union Bulldlntr, 241 South Weit Temple Street, Salt Lake City. John W. Hughes, Editor and Manager linterod June 19, 1901, at Salt Lake City, Utah u second-class matter under aot of Congress of March 3, 1879' Tarms of Subscription. ONE YKAR In advance) $2.00 SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 THREU MONTHS (In advance) 75 Postmasters sending subscription to TRUTH may retain 25 per oent of subscription price as commission. f,j If the papsr Is not desired bsyond the date Hj'ij subscribed for, the publication should be i ji notlDsd by lsttor two weeks or more before ) the term expires. Hnl Dlsoontlnuancaa. H!$L Remember that the publisher must be noti- H.jfl lied by letter when a subscriber wishes his hI papsr stopped; all arrears must be paid In Hltj Requests of subscribers to have their paper Iff mulled to a new address, to secure atten- H tlou, must mention former as well as pres- H-jijI out address. Kg .Vdd...

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