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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 February 1905

Vol. 4; No. 22. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 11, 1905. Piucic 5 Cents 91 I I SloTMachines and Other Grafts H It seems as if an epidemic of fraud H and corruption had broken out in H Utah. The fraud and corruption has H from all appearance been in existence H for a considerable time, but its pres- HJ enco has only recently been made Bj manifest by eruptions on the body pol- EHJ ltic. The bounty steals, the collection H from tho stato of largo sums as pre- KJ miums for the slaughter of wild ani- HJ mals which did not exist, were tho HJ first to be brought to light. Then came H the utan Worl(1's Falr commission IH scandal, the details of which strenu- H ous efforts are being made to covei IH up. Several other things of consider- IH able moment of a similar nature are IH brewing, and then there is the admin- IH istratlon of the civic affairs of Salt IH Lake, which have been a standing IH reproach for a year. That the prese- 19 ent city administration Is not only no- IH toriously Incom...

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

2 t RUTH, 1 II can hold on to this as long as any body." "Yes; I know how you holdt on to dings. You holt on to some tlmonds till do chief of police holdt you." "Tut, tut, Jooy, don't mention a llttlo thing like that because " At this juncture thoro was a tre mendous crash In tho business office trenches that brought all to their feet. Brigadier-General Jooy would havo reached tho door first but his logs got tangled up In his sword of justice and his nose ripped tho carpet like a cut on a billiard cloth after a bum masso shot. Major Flipper and Lieutenant Colonel O'Qrouch carromed and then got pocketed In tho doorway. Jooy was up In a mlnuto, and, hurdling tho struggling forms, raced to tho scene. ' As ho gazed on tho havoc that met his eyes tho tears' streamed down his cheeks. A cordlto shell In tho form of a cancolcd advertising contract for four figures fired by a Main street mer chant had done fearful execution, whllo a perfect hall of "stop-my-paper-boost-don't-knocks" raked th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 February 1905

k I iTnESERVATION GRAFTS. d Ij According to the Denver Post which I has been devoting a great deal of at o f I "-non to the matter, the opening of " 11 the Uintah reservation is going to be e I little less than a farce. The paper r 1 contends that the 100,000 acres of e I cultural lands will be alloted to I Indians, leaving nut little for the I ttler who wants a farm, whilo the - I mineral lands will bo in the posses- Jinn of two companies, which have influenced members of both houses ;' 1 nf congress, offlcers of the department "' I nf the interior, both at Washington and the reservation, for the benefit of the members thereof. EM These companies referred to above H aro the Florence Mining company, ana S H the Raven Mining company. The first H Was incorporated in the state of New H Jersey, February 28, 1890, by Thomas n T Lennon, Frank Farrell, Ernest T. f H Charles, W. S. Potwin, Charles F. o H Pflster, Leroy D. Thompson, George ii F Tlmms, T. H. Anderson, William J. ,r Word, and ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 February 1905

4 TRU TH- I ' IN THE SOCIAL REALM. lm The Hebrew Ladies Charity ball jlBj on Tuesday evening was ono of the HHi most fashionable society functions of IB tho season. It Is so In most cities, 1H; and Salt Lake was no exception to tho JM rule. Tho ball was given at Christen- IH sen's hall and was largely attended. I H The decorations and tho music were I H very lino and the supper was delicious. I H Tho ladles who had the affair in 1 IB charge are to bo congratulated on tho I :H success of their efforts. I in Tho St. Cecolia choir gave a party I 111 on Friday evening. I9 Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Benton left for I JM Honolulu Wednesday. I Tho Cup-and-Saucor club met at Mrs. Canning's residence Friday oven Mrs. C. H. McCoy entertained Wed .nesday in honor of Mrs. Walter Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Walker en tertained in nn Informal way Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Langloy are set tled In their apartments In tho Emery Miss Edith Magulro is now at homo with Mrs. R. C. Cordoll, 131 Eighth East street. M...

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

I TR.U T H . 5 ' M i ' 7T7u not call ou Postmaster I say' because Sharp makes his gh. 1 Thomas, he car sb f,c0 and tho i heaafeltng might have been rnn easant Be It known that Sharp 3 I J SS : iSnB for Polletlor, and expects 04 I lhS When Frank James was hero hl I with his ham-storming company of Wi I inurso his manager came with him r I sX manager was a man named BUI l" I 5? ncr Ho was a hugo follow was s at I S i, man named Bltner; weighs 235 W I Sun S. Quito a good-looking fellow 11 1 C was Bltner. But ho was a dead for I rfMor for Polletlor. Ho looked like n, I Mm walked like him, talked like him, Sressed like him. Bywater met him few M nn the street. "How do you do Polio He B tier1' said tho chief, "when did you ', trlko town?" "Oh, I just drifted in," '8ht- B said Dltner, as ho shook hands. By the H atcr got busy. Ho went down to and Do0s and, accompinied by a friend n a H who wears a broad-brimmed hat and nbIe B looks like a sheriff's officer, they ob" B called on Bltner. Aft...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 February 1905

u 6 TRUTH. I IJm additional social notes. H '1 ho mombors of tho Country club Ilffi h"!d 'heir annual meeting Tuesday af- tijB ter.ioon, and the following board of I IB dlr ctors wore elected: II. B. Hark- IIH lr,?r' y' A- Halo E- w- Packard, C. II. Ilfl l' r a11, U" Ij Tracy an1 u' D- Nlles. I'lH The now directors will meet next IB Tuesday and elect officers for tho year. IB It Is urged by tho members that the I'lH clu"' J0 ononC(1 early this year, I ill , Tr. Ellen B. Ferguson, who Is well IIH v mic iibered here, has sent cards, an nouncing tho marriage of her daugh ter, Clalro Helen, to Wilbur Stocker Wright of New York. The wedding took place January 1 In Now York. Mr. and Mrs. Wright will make their homo there. J Lieutenant E. O. Saunders enter tained a few friends at a supper In his new quarters Monday ovcnlng. Mrs. S. W. Darke entertained tho Ladles' Aid society of the First Bap tist church Thursday at her home, I1C0 Wost.SIxth South street. Mrs. Hylyer Lockyor of San Fran ci...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 February 1905

I TreilTr 7 l f ABOLITION OF YELLOW FEVER s' M Dr T B. Beatty, who has recently 'e R been' in Cuba, relates how the modi- l fi Mi authorities have succeeded in pro- I venting the spread of yellow fever In the West Indies. The result Is due to w iho martyrdom of Dr. Lazare, who ' 'Ivehis life to the cause. The phy e firlnn was confluent that the mos- nilto or rather one kind of the many 11 mosti'uitoes, was the means of spread- ine the Infection, so when ono day one of the striped variety alighted on his hand ho permitted It to pierce him r" mdlsturbed. Five days later ho was dead but not before ho had communi- I cateii the Intelligence to his brother physicians and described the insect ' H as one of the peculiar sort mentioned. ' H Four other physicians in various H parts of the island liad similar export- Iences and died for the sake of hu manity. Having satisfied themselves that this particular insect was the means of spreading the infection, the phy sicians began Isolating their ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 February 1905

8 TRUTH, I i1 " TRUTM Issued Wookly liy Truth Publishing Company. Western Newspaper Union Iliilldlng, 211 South West Tomplo Street, Salt LuUo City. John W. Hughes, Editor andManagor llnterod June 10, 190.), ut Snlt Lalte City, Utnli in sncond-olast mnttor under not of Congross M of March 3, 1879- I Terms of Subscription. 1 U ONE YKAIt In ndvoiico) $2.00 J ' SIX MONTHS (In uilvnnco) 1.00 m' I THHKB MONTHS (In iitlvnnco) 75 D : a I'ostmastors sondlnir subscriptions to TltUTII Hi may retain 25 por cent of tmbscnptlon prleo H H as commission. H ! 5 H Iftho paper is tint doslrcd lieyond tlin date i fl subscribed for, tho publication should be Hi! M .notlllod by letter two wcolts or more boforo HI ! tho term expires. H Discontinuances. D i Ilomember that tho publisher must bo notl- H fl i lied by letter when u subscriber wIsIioh his H ' l) paper stopped; all arrears must bo paid in I I hill. H I 1 Hoquests of Riibsorlbors to havo their paper HH I I mailed to a now uddross, to secmo iitton...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 February 1905

I tR-Uth. $ nm I m0 super's gono an' so'b Shimmer a an I Je coin' gone wid 'em. I don t care 1 much fer meself, but Shimmer's tak E n' It too much at heart. But do next i time I goes out' lookin' fer leaks In a I water pipe or calls on a frlen' fer an' I hour or two, I goes in de day time. I I useter fink do night shift at do hotel I was a had one, but no more day work fer me. I've got to be inside where de porter can take care of mo." A.T. SCHROEDER ON DIVORCE. The current number of The Arena contains an article by Theodore ISchroeder, better known among us as A. T. Schroeder, entitled "The impur ity of Divorce Suppression," which Is an article in favor of divorce for causes other than adultery, which is the only one recognized by the ultra purists. After citing tho history ot the most sensitive purists and outlin ing tho arguments advanced in favor of refusing divorces except on the ground of Infidelity to the marriage contract, Schroeder concludes by say ing, among other things: ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 February 1905

B f li . 10 1 RU T H. I i held'sii: II B A S.ZIMMERMAN MANA ER 1 Grand theatre lj H TOMORROW M SUNDAY fVENING CONCERT I B Solo for Violin li I SIGNOR SARDONIA HI H Accompanied by J B PROF. SHEPPARD HI Hi Ballad for Cornet Hi " Selected II H JOHN HLD HI I I TICKETS ON SALE I I I ALL DAY SATURDAY fit 1 1 40-PIECES -40 Bl B I ' Bl I f AMUSEMENTS. B 8 I Salt Lake Thcatro Lawranco D'Or- Bl 3 i sav ,n "Th0 Earl of Pawtuckot," mati- B k nco today, performance tonlglit. HE Grand Tlioatre Hold's band conceit B I B B tomorrow evening. I'll Utahna Theatre Refined vaudovlle. Coming Attractions. BBS Salt Lalco. Theatre Ben Grcet's BBS players in "Everyman," February B in u iG-18- B IBH Grand Theatre Ward and Wado's BBS Minstrels, February 13-15. B B I At ono tImo AGUBtus Thomas B B I threatened to dramatizes the states of B B I Ul Unlon- Ho "l'set his inkstand B B li ovcr tllG mnp an1 Bavo us Alabama, B Bl I Missouri, Arizona and Colorado. Just B MMf as things looked propitious for Texas I aHM a...

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

I TRUTH. H j I Scene from "Everyman" at. Salt Lake Theatre. I Onco in a while, a freakish calendar D mixc3 a fellow in his dates. Last week I fell a victim to this misfortune in announcing the appearance of "Every 3 man." Thiough some jugglery of fig R urlng, I was a week ahead in giving if the booking of this coming play. J "Everyman" is the attraction at the m Salt Lake theatre next Thursday, Frl m day and Saturday with the usual Sat- L urday matinee. The play will cer tainly ho a dramatic innovation to Salt Lakers, as it is, perhaps, tho oldest drama upon the boards, having been written five hundred years ago. Ben Greet's company of London players, who give tho production, have receiv ed tho united encomium of tho Amer ican press. Not long ago they ap peared in a classical repertoire before the students of tho University of Cali fornia. Now, students are especially critical and show their appreciation in megaphonlc outbursts. The Borkloy tlln of applause is said to bo still ring ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 February 1905

12 TR.U TH, I t f'L CHATTER. nuts III : (Going tho personal opinions of tlio BJ writer and for which no one clsa is in fl any manner responsible.) fl For tho first tlmo in history wo aro fl i confronted with tho spectacle of tho fl W. G. T. U. and tho saloonmon, togoth fl er with tho browors and distillers, fl working in harmony for tho provontlon fl , of legislation. Both sides are working H ' tooth and nail in an effort to influence '' fl congress to refrain from enacting a i fl , law re-establishing tho army canteen, j fl where tho enlisted men serving their l fl i country can buy beor and light wines j Bf on tho government reservation, in fl stead of having to visit tho adjacent D towns or cities, where they drink all fl sorts of Jersey lightning and forty rod fl whisky and get drunker than lords. H Tho W. C. T. U. affects to believe Bm that a great victory was won for tho fl cause of temperance when tho post fl canteen was abolished, because It re I fl moved temptation from tho...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 February 1905

I TRHTW 13 I I Lawyer's Directory. I! For handy reference, Truth prints I the list of Salt Lake's practicing I 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. R.-58 Hooper Block. Anderson, T. J 58 Hooper Block, strong, S- P--123 Com'l Bloc' nackman, G. H. 32 Main St. Key. L. J., Jr. 7 ;Dob. Ntl I BU ..Bldg. Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block, names, A. R 212 S. Main. Bennett & Blerer 1G3 S. Main. Bird W. H. 400 Scott-Strovell Bldg. Booth, Leo & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Boswell, Wm. 401 McCornlck Block. Botldn, Theo. 153 Keith Building. Bowdlo, J. R 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker. Boyd, C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. Bradley & Rlschel 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block. Breedcn & White 311 D. F. Walker. Brothers, M. R 69 Com'l. Block. Brown, Arthur 212 ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 February 1905

14 TRU TH. I k I this summons upon you ,lf served with in the city in whlcn this action is brought, othorwiso within ten days after service, and defend the abovo entitled action; and in caso of your failure so to do, judgment will bo ren dered agnlnst you according to the de mand of the complaint, of which a copy is herewith served upon you. STEWART & STEWART, Plaintiff's Attorney. Julia Alexander, Plaintiff. P. O. Address 609 McCornlck Blk, Salt Lake City, Utah. J. E. Darmcr, Attorney, Commercial Block. SHERIFF'S SALE. In tho District Court of tho Third Judicial District, In and for tho Coun ty of Salt Lako, Stato of Utah. Mary Scheuitc, plaintiff, vs. Sydney R. Lambourno and Beatrice L. Lam bourno, defendants,, to bo sold at sher iff's sajo, at the west front door of tho county court house, In tho city and county of Salt Lako, stato of Utah, on tho 27th day of February, A. D.( 1905, at twelve o'clock noon of said day, all tho right, title, claim and interest of said defendants...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 February 1905

I TRIITW 15 JfiJI I , , THE SOENIO LINE TO - I GLENWOOD SPRINGS, ASPEN, LEADVILLE, PUEBLO, I COLORADO SPRINGS, DENVER, OMAHA, KANSAS OITY, I ST. LOUIS, OHIOAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST Connecting at Ogden Union Depot with SOUTHERN PACIFIC and OnEOON SHORT LINK TRAINS. Th Only Tranieontlaantal LIm jH railing Dlreotly Throogk lalt Lak City. EKH 1 BBBliBBBBnnn "'w I -,. SFLENDLULY EQUIPPED FAST TRAINS DAILY BET WHEN av il - OQDEN AND DENVER J& W VIA THREE SEPARATE AND DISTINCT ROUTES Through Pullman and Ordinary Sleeping Cart to Denvtr, Omaha, Kinsu I City, St. Louli and Chicago without change, Fret Reclining Chair Cars. H Personally Condueted Excursions. DWTHQ CABS, SERVICE A LA CARTE ON ALL THROTTGH TRAINS For ratei, folder, free Ulnitrated booklet, eto., Inquire of jour searest ticket scent, epeolfylig the Rio Grande route, or addreu I LA. BENTON, G. A. P. D., SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I Next Time You Go East I BE SURE and USE THE 1 UNION PACIFIC I and 1 Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul Line, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 11 February 1905

6 TRUTH. I I Goldf ield-Guerdor Stock in the I i Goldfield-Guerdon Mining Company I has been raised to I I THREE (3) CENTS A SHARE I I and will be again advanced in the near future 1 IMPORTANT STRIKE IN GOLDFIELD GROUP 1 Hj Special to Tlio Tribune: entirely distinct group from the one teen feet, the average values holding 9 Hj Goldfleld, Fob. 5. Ono of the most Including the January. Lessees there at about the above figure. From ap- M H Important strikes In the history of tho have opened a ledge from four to five pearances an Important producer has M H district has been mado on tho Crncltcr- feet In width that Is all shipping ore. been developed in a section of the dls- M HB Jack claim, of a group In tho northern The avornge value of tho ore shoot Is trict that has not heretofore contained M B section of the camp belonging to tho probably better than $300 per ton. Tho a shipper. It is in this particular that jU H Goldfleld Mining company, although an vein has been opened to a depth ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

Vol. 4; No. 23. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 18, 1905. Pkicis 5 Cents :j I THE COMING CITY ELECTION 0 There Is ono great objection to 9 the proposition being considered that 9 tho legislature change the times of municipal elections In cities of tho U flrBt and second class so that tho said H municipal elections will occur at the H samo time as tho county, legislative H and congressional elections, jus J avoiding tho necessity of an elecun H every year. Tho idea in Itself is a V good one, becauso an election every B two years is enough. With an elec- Hon every year tho public is In po B lltlcal turmoil all tho time. No soon B cr is a county, legislative and con- 1 gresslonal olection over than tho peo ple who llvo in tho cities begin to concern themselves about their mu nicipal elections and so It goes from year trJ year, politics all the tlmo. Al though this condition is advantageous to newspapers it is not conducive to tho public weal, and under ordinary circumstances Truth would...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

TRU t h , ir tlon which now confronts tho Senate y , and which must bo met In tho near 1 1 future. i hiik "As I have said, I havo somo amend- lijil mcnts pending which I shall offer at HM I tho proper tlmo. I trust tho Senate HJI will adopt thcni, or, If not, point out HJ in the debate wherein they aro faulty. HI ! At any rate, these amendments will Ml direct the attention of tho Senate HdI along these lines. IPJP "As I said a while ago, this Inves- HHj: tigatlon has been of such a nature WD and the country Is now aroused to HH ' such an extent that Congress must HI I act, and net in such a way as to curb HH I this Institution and to stop polygamy IHHI and its Id ml red and attendant ovils; IHI i but, believing that tho safest mid best HH courso is to admit New Mexico alone, HH I shall vote for her admission. If that ) HM proposition fnils, I shall voto against HHi, joining tho two Territories." HH "Mr. McComas. Mr. President, tho H Senator from Michigan (Mr. Burr- iHHJ ows) has dis...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

I JOTS BY THE WAY. n T, Metcalf, better known to his JmeUate friends as "Dick," who, for many yea.s, has been editor of the nSa World-Herald, has resigned hi nosltion to become associate edl '' of the Commoner, under William t llrvan. Motcalf Is an able writer and o sincere Democrat; thoroughly Sieving in the principles of that 5'rty as advocated by himself, which rlnclples are in accord with the teach ncs of Bryan. Ho Is a competent newspaper man, too, having served in nearly every capacity. The writer new him as a reporter on tho Omaha Bee Itosewater did not care to admit that he was more than ordinary, so he went over to Hitchcock and was rap idly advanced. In early life ho con ducted a weekly newspaper in Missouri and was a power in his section of tno state Ho goes to tho Commoner about May 1, and carries with him tho good wishes of all who know him. The Nebraska legislature has de clined to buy a silver service for tho battleship named after that state. So tho captain, the crow...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 18 February 1905

f 4 TRUTH. T ilN THE SOCIAL REALM. Senator and Mrs. George Suther land havo issued Invitations for an at homo on Monday evening at the Kenyon hotel. The function Is In hon or of tho members of tho legislature and wll ho a largo and elegant af Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Torry and Mr. i ' and Mrs. Pearsall gavo a very elo- gant reception at tho Country club Thursday evening. Tho appointments were perfect and a most onjoyablo evening was spent. , Mrs. R. W. Young ontortained tho sowing club on Friday. ' Mrs. Gcorgo W. Snow entertained i at a luncheon on Thursday. Tho Cloofan met with Mrs. Frank Roberts, C07 Second street, Tuesday. Harry K. Masters has returned to tho city and lias apartments at tho ; Miss Eleanor Crawford gavo a card party at her homo Thursday after Mrs. J. M. BIdwell entertains at a Kensington, followed by bridge, this Tho Brldgo club mot Thursday aft ernoon at tho Kenyon with Mrs. W. Miss Louise Putnam is now at home with Mr. and Mrs. Grant Smith at 80 S street. On tho 24th ...

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