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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 September 1905

VOL. 4; No- 51 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 2, 1905. Price 5 Cents j 0 why not start something? Unless some action Is taken soon wo will not have a campaign In this ' city this fall. Neither of the two old parties, nor the "American" party seem to be doing anything toward getting action for the election, now sixty-flvo days away. s The furniture In the Young Men's 1 Democratic club lies idle under its cover of dust and dimity, and no man vislteth the place except Assistant Secretary Caine, who occasionally drops In to use the typewriter in is suing an order to tho cavalry troop, of which he Is captain. The sign on ' the door swings dismally, and the telephones inside are never rung. The records of tho last county and city committee are piled insido and the books used in making tho canvass, lie a useless mass of old junk. Because that canvass will do tho Democras no good this fall. It did no good last fall I for that matter, and might as well have nover been taken. People mark ed ...

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

I 2 . TRUTH. mw ( - :;1 for temporary shade and eat them up? I Of course you have and you have won dered. Did you over take a trip out intho country and note the hop vines climbing all over, heavy laden with blossoms, and did you over stop to think that out there Is the canyons the torn tit and the robin, and tho blue bird and tho cat bird and all tho rest are constantly at work while In town and through tile settlements the spar row never makes any effort at feeding Ml other than to loaf around the back Hi door waiting for. you to throw out H' bread.or else scratching oyer a mile H of manure in search of partlaHy (11- gested grain? Why, no, but when H some one tells you, , you recall that it H Is fact. Well, then, why keep tho H English sparrow? He Is neither use- 1 ful, ornamental nor pleasing. He Is I an Infernal nuisance, a pirate who al- ' ways flics the black flag and has no J more reason for existing than a bed bug and ought to bo as ruthlessly destroyed. H, Oh, I love birds....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 September 1905

SPORTING GOSSIP. Morgan Williams wants to light Frank fiotch and has Issued a dell to that end. Nnt Goodwin says he has $10,000 ho will bet on Britt. Nat Is a friend of i ' I. He had hotter keep that bun- iin till after the fight. Perhaps James Edward will want to borrow some inoney' je Two blind men will engage in a rock drilling contest at Butto on Labor n.v Although neither can see, both ire Mi" to bo experts in single hand led work But no man would consent I to """ for cither 0f them" Kid Goodman and Herrera are ' matclied to fight in Boston this month, Isome time about the 15th. This too after the Mexican had decided to re tire from the ring. It's tough on a ' man when ho can't get out of busi ness and take a well earned rest. John L. Sullivan writes that he "Is on the ground" and ready to meet Charlie Mitchell. But then John L. I has an engagement in a vaudeville theatre at Seattle, where the fight was to have taken place and perhaps he I needs the publicity this will give him...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 September 1905

4 T RUTH, H; IN THE SOCIAL REALM. W H Miss Mildred Otf Is in Ogdon, the H guest of Mrs. Edward Dlschcl. H Miss Frances Dorr, of Lincoln, Neb., H; is the guest of her aunt', Mrs. It. C. Hill. H. t B Miss Jcsslo Hammond, of Ogdcn, is H in town, tho guest of Miss Josephine Bottsford. & & m Mrs. Henry Clay Brownleo.and son !m Walker, nro homo from a summer spent in Boulder, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shipler rc- I turned Wednesday from a three I weeks' trip through Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Catrow and Mr. Catrow's mother left Wednesday I for a' visit of somo time in tho east. M Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Warren and M' Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Hill are back from R a three weeks' outing on tho Weber. I . & J H i Mrs.Zlna Smoot and her little 11 daughtor havo returned from Provo, H where they havo spent tho past fort- Hl! night. HJ Mrs. W. Montague Ferry will leave Hji today, accompanied by her two boys, H , for a short stay at tho Hermitage in H Ogdcn canyon. 1 Miss W. F. Beer and her chi...

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

"fr TTrriHr c tHe new home for simpkin. The members of the Phillips Con gregational church are engaged in get ting the money to erect a parsonage for "Parson" Peter A. Simpkin. The Congregational isoclety east has pledged half the amount if the local members will do the rest. It is a good Idea. It makes a permanent residence fcr the pastor and the people here should assist, whether members or not Because Simpkin is a good sort of chap, don't you know. He is a lib eral man, and a hard worker and we need him and he ought to have a nice home to live in, Instead of having to pay rent. By the way, Peter has re turned from Santa Monica, where he has been on a vacation. R. B. Quay was with him and thereby hangs a tale. The parson cannot tell lish stories, so Quay is telling them. Says he say Simpkin catch live five-pound sea bass at once, on the same line. Wouldn't that make you wish for a club? And when ho turns to the par son for confirmation, the latter does not deny it. But you can bet...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 September 1905

I, , 6 TRUTHS I j ADDiriONAL SOCIAL NOTES. Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Davis have re H turned from a bIx weeks' visit in the H' east . & J H Dr. and Mrs. H. N. Mayo are homo H '' from a trip through Yellowstone Na- tlcnal park. Hi to W H Mr. and Mrs. Georgo H. Wood and the Misses Wlnnifred and Ella Dyer H , left Thursday for Portland. H ! Mrs. A. M. Walden will entertain H at a small luncheon today for Mrs. H Philip Oarrctson of Denver. H Mrs. W. C. Campbell and her daugh- H ter, Miss Roberta Akers, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Williams. H Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Gates will H leave tomorrow for Denver, where H. they will make their homo. & H Mrs. Philip Garretson of Denver, H ' formerly Miss Georglo Stevenson of H this city, is in town visiting friends. HI 5 S Hi1 Mrs. K. C. Inselman of Bellovue, 1) Mich., is in town for a week's stay H with her cousin, Mrs. Frank Lane. Ut .4 .4 j j Miss M. Alice Isley will leave early H next month for her home in Hiawatha, fj I ' Kan., after having ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 September 1905

FROM ALL OVER UTAH. William Chadwlck o Maploton, Is minus a great toe. He didn't know the gun was loaded. Spring City has an epidemic of whooping cough, sixty-one homes hav ing been quarantined for the disease. Mt. Pleasant wants a Commercial club and the local paper Is agitating the question with much vigor nnd earnestness. According to the Record, Dr. Cheek of Kentucky, Is going to locato at Mammoth. He ought to have no trou ble In doing well. John P. Cahoon of Murray, has add ed newspaper work to his many occu pations, having recently purchased i. one-half Interest in the Murray Eagle. Provo Lodge 14, I. O. O. P., had a good time dancing at Eureka last Wednesday evening. An excursion was run over the Rio Grande West ern and was largely patronized. Parowan authorities have decided that in future when a man gets drunk inside the town limits, it shall cost him $3. The first victim pungied up without a murmur. W. II. Harper has been experiment ing with a new potato near Smithfleld. I...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 September 1905

I 8 TRUTH. I m H Issued Weekly by H Truth Publlahlnej Company. H Western Newspaper Union Knllillncr. 241 , South (Vett Temple Street, Salt Lake City. H JahnW. Hughes, EdltarandManagar H Entered June It, 1S03, at Salt Lake City, Utah H ai seeond-class matter under act of Congress of Marob 3, 1879' B i J Terms of Subscription. -;; ONB YKAR In advance) $2.00 mJt SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 W THREE MONTHS (In advanoo) 75 m' ' Postmasters sendlngrsubscrlptlons to TRUTH M i may retain 25 per oent of subscription prlco H ' as commission. ' i If the paper li not deilred beyond the date H subscribed for, the publication ihould be M notified by letter two weeki or more before H 1 the term expires. Hi Dlaoantlnuancaa. H Remember that the publisher must be uott- H fled by letter when a subscriber wishes hit ? aper itopped; all arrears must be paid In ull. m i , H , Requests of subscribers to have their paper H mailed to a new address, to seoure atten- H tion, must mention former as well as pro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 September 1905

TMHtm ,, TTnurt testimony faster than He tolcn cth" r0. Mrs. Young was not 1 ?W(r than ho and her services bit Sv'ry often in demand at long ffnT tedious trials, and she always Bar?efgWili couldn't keep away from Bu nmen and started a flirtation f C Kathleen Morgan, at the Imperial. Beatrice heard of it Hinn August 19, got a gun and went "2 Ant her. She is held for trial. "Beatrice was a nice girl, before Will frrled her. She was from Mlnneap "!? , where sho had been a school V inher Afterward sho learned sten Shy and soon became very pro Snt She was talented and well Sd and l'a(1 a host of frlends- But will led her a life that was not con i;'tVe to peaco and good will toward S otter and the result is told. She .ill doubtless receive some punish ment and he will start another flir tation. n AS TO THE NATIONAL GUARD. . o- Acting Adjutant-General Geoghe Kan and his man Friday, H. M. H. Lund evidently believe the end jus tifies' the means, when they override law and custom in firing me...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 September 1905

W ! io TRUTH- I i.. - I . X u EtliblUhid 1t64 W. P. KISER, Mgr. 5 Henry f 5 Wagener I Brewing I Co. ' ' II I LAGER BEER & PORTER I i, m i I. Special attention given to bottled i ' , m beer for family trade. Free H delivery to ill parts of H , I the city. Hi1 !H 2 office: H J 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH J H ' , 0 PHONE 218. kHi" M i --,. HI PARAGRAPHS FROM PANGUITCH. Mj: I The metropolis of Garfield county H ' continues to furnish much newsy mat- H ter, as a glance at the columns of the H' local paper will demonstrate. Said H I news items nro served up in such H i unique fashion that we are constrained H 1 1 to again reproduce some of the moro HH Important ones. Miss Alice Syrett, H , who, it will bo remembered, was "pol- Hfii, soned eating duttcred bread" last Hl week, is not so bad as reported, the kHt j following amended report of her con- I illtion being published: jn last week's issue we gave what was supposed to bo the facts In the case of the poisoning case of Alice Sy- fl I rctt,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 September 1905

EM3UTH, 11 ULL hallows college I SALT LAKE CITY 1 . ' " " a 0 jX. wsafc'i',' 1 aXjKM 3 mHBSBSPKl 8 fil " HtW' 111 jig Preparatory, High Scliool and Post-graduate Departments. An cient and Modern Languages. Sciences, Music, Military Drill and Gymnastics. Stndents are prepared for West Point, Annapolis and Universities. Studies ore resumed on September the 7th. For further particulars apply to The Very Rev. President. SHORT POUNDS OF BUTTER. Tho respectful attention of the com mercial paper published In tho inter ests of tho butchers and grocers of this city is directed to tho following state ment of facts. Mr. B. J. Beer of this city, last week bought some creamery butter, paying 30 cents per pound for a fancy brand. It was bought at a grocery store, and we presume that the store keeper is a member of tho union. On weighing tho packages he found they tipped tho scales at 13 ounces. An cmployo of this paper pur chased what was supposed to bo a pound of butter and it weighed a lit tle ...

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

I ' 12 TRUTH. I H 1 i T H I "What Is worth dtlng It worth doing wall." J I' I I THE I F.W.GARDINER CO. I ! I ! PRINTERS BLANK III BOOK MAKERS I ; i; 216 So. West Temple St. I Salt Lake City. H I "UP-TO-THE-MINUTE" I with all our work. Hi Maiaa na mb H j TRUTH Is a legal Journal. Send In HKi your Mining Notices, Assessment No- HE ticcs, and Delinquent Notices. TRUTH J I , OFFICE, 241 South West Temple. Botb HI 'Phones 1938. H HH K HI sffl ' ' N HE When Going; East Hf Try the Illinois Central R. R. H THE SHORT L1NB TO H Minneapolis and St. Paul H j Unexcelled service to those points, H i as well as HICAQO HJ I and all points South. Between Omaha and H ' Chicago the line runs through the bestdlstrlets HJ In Iowa and Illinois passing through Fort HH Dodge, Waterloo and Dububue, Iowa, and HH Rockford and Freeport, Illinois. H For full Information and literature l oallon or write, H O. A. FOLEY, Hjl Commercial Agent, K 11 West 2nd. So. SALT LAKE, CITY, UTAH I ...SALTAN... M The only Bathi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 September 1905

T "R TY Lawyer's Directory. Por handy reference, Truth prints .!, list of Salt Lake's practicing Lwvcrfl, with their addresses. If any lames are omitted, or if there are any Srrors i" tho list, corrections and ad ditions will ho made on receipt of noti- Pirns' Thos. 720 McCornick Block. Vnderson, J. R.-B8 Hooper Block. Kdewon T. J .-68 Hooper Block. Krone, S. P.-133 Com'l. Bloc!". Sft 0. H.-32 Main St. nalley. J. H. Jr., 7 Des. NO. Blk. Blldg. Radw In. Ohas.-74 Com'l. Block. Srker F. B. 145 4th Street. Ees'. A. U.-212 S. Main. Bennett & Biorer 1G3 S. Main. Bird W. H 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. Booth, Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Boswell Wm. 401 McCornick Block. Botkin.Theo. 153 Keith Building. Bowdlo, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker. Boyd C. W 604 McCornick Block. Bradley & Rlschel 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 617 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block Breeden & Farnsworth 311 D. F. Walker. Brothers, M. R. 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Arthur 21...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 September 1905

HHri I 14 X RUTH. B HJ Progress Black. H SUMMONS. H In the Dfalrfct Conrt of the Tbbd Jndlcisl Dtrtrfct of (be State oi UU&, Ccnntr of Salt Lake. H Aaron Keyaer, Plaintiff, vs. Morris J. Salisbury, William Salisbury, Hax HJ ' rfet Salisbury, and all other unknown HJ ' heir at Joseph M- Salisbury, de HJ , ceased, DefecdanL Samnons. I The State of Utah, to the said De HJ ' tenrlznt HJ j Yon are hereby summoned to ap- HJi 1 1 pear within twenty days alter the ser- HJ jji rice of this samnjons npoa 70a, if HJ I' served within the county in which H '! this action Is brought, otherwise, with- 1 1 in thirty days alter service, and de- HJ I fend the alxwe entitled action; and in HJ 1 case of yonr failure so to do, Jndg- HJ ment will be rendered against yon ac- Hi. cording to the demand of the com- I plaint, a copy of which is filed with HJ , the clerk of said court, which said .' complaint alleges that the defendants HJ, claim an estate or interest of an un HJ 'i dirided one-fonrtb of t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 September 1905

I T R I' "Ti Arav Interest nt tho ruto of first, shall o f" ttnniim from tho date ilPer,ctfv as aforesaid, and if any, or tl'ftynd Installments shall bo un ilW'0' they bocomo delinquent, ln Id.eVon sl'a" aM tho ,ra,t0of t'Mnt per nnnum, until such dolln Pcr,c.n,tallments aro fully paid. Jwnt linl taxes are payable at my All sPe 102 City and and county oflce. r00,t Liko City. Utah. L0ag, Sa" "uFiSnEu HARRIS. ..o.uror & Special Tax Collector. WT?ce H Wood. Doputy. ,Ceiif extension No. 8G. Sate "of Vat publication, August 12, ToF SPKCIAI, C1TV TAX. .i.m it Slay Concern: .SShs hereby given that a special Noir tho purpose of constructing a UI sidewalk four feet wide, on tho cenTide of Center street, from Vino est. m Pearl street, In Sidewalk DIs f.'vo 27. has been levied by tho city trlc.,t! and confirmed by ordinance ??" Jidy 31st .1905. Said tax was W on tho following real property !fe 'anVrWlc 4. plat Kk 13, Plat "R"; all of lots 1 and K 16. Plat "E"; nil of lots 1 and 3. Lb,v 21 ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 September 1905

j' i6 TBOTH. I I ft "" HI " I TO THE BIG HORN I 'j I that's the place to go The Big- Horn Basin of H I ., Wyoming contains thousands of acres of land just I: " I open for settlement. Irrigation is successfully carried4 Hj' I on, and splendid crops assured. I SPECIAL EXCURSION Hi J ' I To the Big Horn September Sth. $30.00 for the round H ' , I trip, return limit thirty days. HL I A copy of our BigHorn Basin folder free on request. HKj'J I For further particulars ask ticket agent, or call on B I I or write to I ' I R. F. NESLEN, General Agent Hi I 79 West Second South St., j ' ! I Salt Lake City H V ' "n -t " - I The Local Merchant Advertisers 1 Is the beat judge of advertising E'&Wtoggrffffi H 1 , value of the various weekly papers 8arroundings of Home and Funnily H l In this Oliy. He puts his money especially ac erening, when there is where it payB beat. -The best paper leisure and inclination for reading; H II i , it , . . i. ,- experienced advertisers nu w this for nI,m i8 th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 September 1905

I Vol. 4; No. 52 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 'J, 1905. Pmcb 5 Cents I POLITICAL MELANGE. I Of the parties who will put tickets I In the Held for the municipal election I the "Americans" arc the most active. 1 1 Chairman Darniers ofllce Is quite a jfl lively scene, workers and caller3 are I numerous and a general business air I pervades the place. For the mayor- alty nomination Ezra Thompson Is ' jfl decidedly the favorite, although H. G. McMillan has strong supporters, jfl Mr. McMillan, however, Is out of jfl town and Is not making any effort for Jfl the nomination. Mr. Thompson really jfl doesn't want the honor, hut It may he jfl thrust upon him. I . ' Glen Miller, during the past few days, has been much talked of as a mayoralty candidate on the Repub lican ticket. Mr. Miller Is now In Bos ton en route homo with his family from a trip to Europe, and is expected to reach hero next week. Ho Is con sidered a deslrablo candidate who would unite various factions of the party and al&...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 September 1905

1 I 2 TRUTH. I ! street has been a dlsgraco to this city. Its broken and boarded un windows, 1 its rickety seats, old stoves, carpets, etc., shows tho folly of building other ' churches and dividing its money and HJ strength when this church was largo ' enough and convenient for all. If tho Methodists of this city use good sense HJ . ' when their now church on Second HJ J South and Second East streets is com- " I)letcd they will nail up every other H chinch in this city except tho African H and keep them nailed up until tho HI overflow of tho now church demands H them. Tliey will also lire all their Hi " cheap "2x4" preachers and by their Hi f united efforts they will bo able to biro Hi i and pay good wages to a first class up H ;; to-dato preacher, such as Salt Lake H I' City demands. Tliey will bo able to. Hi I stop all mission money and not dis H '' grace Salt Lake any longer by keeping H ,' it a mission city tho same as they do HJ liolobo and Timbuktu in darkest Hj. I Africa. Dr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 September 1905

1 f f I , Theater Curtis Musical Co. middle Dum Deo;' matlneo to- LriC today and week beginning S tools'11, Pnrk theatre. Empire Ufcoa all week. Is 'Tsrsne Jolly lteeLr?Sept. 1C1D; "Parsifal" pictures, Sept. 20. ... ii,l Is off at the Grand. It was IfvLm- ManaBer Smutzer g0t H !rf shoulders under it and the bril Sed loose. It will stay Mover forty wecks-qulto a m i. There were many who as- &? Mr Smutzer In lifting the lid. I ffi! me colored lights and electric ts in front of tlio Grand flamed I '.and broke the darkness, did you See how many first-night moths H , fluttering around the many can I ff aUhe entrance? When the but I s pressed and the front of the I Ssewas jeweled with multi-colored I h s It was the call of the beautiful I 1 the theatre moths of the town. Lll wonder, too! It was the pret- upst rainbow-color appeal ever made L the moths of little old Salt Lake. rnder the dazzling Incandescents, through the doors, arched with lights; into the lobby, fairy-landed with mor...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 September 1905

I IN THE SOCIAL REALM. MM I jn , F. J. GiiBtln has gono to Kcarnoy, I j Neb., to visit his parents. I , & H i Miss Mary Olivo Gray has returned J ',! after an absence of a year abroad. l ' st o: H ( Mr. and Mrs. D. Elliott Kelly have J n ' moved and arc now at homo at 033 J: p. . Second street. tj st jl ji Miss Jean Odell will leavo about the J j' middle' of the month for Miss Ben j i1! nott's school In Now York. B I St St H I Mrs. Emma S. Ellorbeck Is back H J' from Long Beach, where she spent the H 1 bettor part of the summer. I i st st H L Mrs. Fisher Harris, Miss Margaret H ', Harris and the boys are homo from Hi '' Brighton, whero they spent the sum- H if mcr. HI I HI Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Cape passed Jl k through the city tho first of the week yli on their way to San Francisco. H i - J l Louis' McCornick entertained a HJ I ' party of his men" friends at a stag din- HJ ji nor at tho University club Tuesday HJ L evening. I I H t Mrs, Robert G. Smith and Miss HJ I I Mayme Nobl...

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