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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 25 November 1905

I' 16 TRUTH. I B Go There Hy the easiest way possible. If 'there" hap- H7 pens to be a point in the East or South- H' cast the Burlington's service is just H what you want. THRO' sleeping1 cars H' to Denver and Chicago; also from Denver H to Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City and H St. Louis. Dining car service all the way H from Salt Lake City. The magnificent H scenery of thcRioGrandc'slinetoDenver H Tliore urn other cool features H I should llko to toll you about. IR. F. NESLEN, General Agent 79 West .Second South St., Salt Lake City The Local Merchant Advertisers H la the beat judge of advertising generally find people who buy things , rr ii J n tl10 mot receptive mood in the H valuo of the various wookly papers surroundings of Homo and Family H in this Oity. He puts his money especially at evening, when there is fl where it pays best. The best paper leisure and inclination for reading; for him is the best papor for the experienced advertisers know this M " , ii F K, and advertise t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 December 1905

Vol. 5; No. 12 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, DECEMBER 2, 1905. Price 5 Cents I . The News Says It Has Had Enough The Descret News says, In sub stance, It has had enough of tho con troversy with Truth; too much, wo should say, for tho comfort of tho News. Truth Is Just as much allvo as tho News to tho fact that tho elec tion is past and no amount of discus sion can change the result; but tho expose which Truth, tho "paper called Truth," as tho News prefers to stylo It, has made of tho methods of the Ne,ws In the late political campaign may be, and we think will be, produc tive of n groat deal of good. Truth advanced no theories as to betting. It 1 stated facts, not theories. Truth made no quibble over tho term neutral, or a neutral. It struck tho bull's-eye right straight In the center. That's what hurt tho News, and set It to quibbling, splitting hairs and that kind of sophis try In Its futile efforts to crawl out of- a tight place. Tho News, In Its latest effort to reply to Truth's charges...

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

r i I 2 TRUTH. ; I sections of the country would bo rep I resented, and, bd It further I "Ilesolved, That tho law under I which the commission is nt present I operating Is, In our Judgment, o prop Is er ono, If proper measures are taken m. to,oxpedlto tho hearing of cases upon appeal, which would contomplato tho I establishment of a court of transporta I tldh' whoso decision would bo final ox I copt In cases whero tho constitution I allt'Of tho decree was questioned." ' n I THE INSURANCE SITUATION. I We are amazed to learn upon good H authority that there havo developed H two phases of tho lnsuranco situation H which' seriously reflect upon tho hard H senso of a good many presumably In- telllgent Amorlcans. (1) Hundreds, H even -thousands, are permitting tlioli H policies to lapse, This Is so stapled H as to be, from tho 'standpoint of puro H self-interest, almost criminal. There H Is no question and has been and can H bo no question of tho solvency of tho M companies. Enough has de...

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

1 TRUTH. ? J SINGERS AND THEIR BRAINS. The opinion of tho average critic, I says Ffrangcon-Davies, tlio Welsh singer, in a book called "The Singing of the Future," is that singers as a class are not overburdened with brains. Tho writer, in reply to this, gives It as his own opinion that slng w ers have as much brains as other peo ple, only they do not uso them. His book contains an insistence on the paramount need of intelligence In tho singer and a will to rise above the limitations and the vanities that an indulgent and uncritical public have fostered. Tho ambition of every i singer ought to bo, ho thinks, a full- rounded development, mentally as well as vocally, so as to enable him to run tho whole gamut of emotional 4 expression and not bo content with a limited metier; and ho should not ! content himself with tho beguilement of an audience with lovely and semi- j ous tone when that power happens to be within his natural gifts; nor over awe with physical prowess to tho det rimen...

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

I 4 TRUTH. I )g IN THE SOCIAL REALM HH ft .Tudgo nnd Mrs. William H. King mh entertained at a dinner Tuesday oven- I ing In honor ot Mr. and Mrs. William I Bartllng, who will lcavo In tho near I futuro for California. Tho placo cards I were hand-decorated In water colors. I Besides tho guests of honor covers I wero laid for Mr. and Mrs. W. W. I Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Thco. Whit- H temore, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. William H. H Dalo. H Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Brlco enter- H talned nt dinner Tuesday evening In H honor of Miss Edna Duncan of Kansas H City. Covers wero laid for eight. Af- H tcr dinner u muslcnl hour was spent, H the soloists being Mrs. A. A. Kerr H and Miss Duncan. MM Miss Frances O'Mcarn was tho hos- WW: tcsB of a rd party Tuesday after- V noon, In honor ot Mrs. William P. MM O'Mcara. Tho decorations wero of MM pink nnd yellow. Nino tables wero M filled with tho players. H Tho "GOO" Card club mot on Mon- dny evening with Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. 8 Hoppaugh...

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

TRUTH. . 5 I VIOLINS AND THEIR MAKERS. There is an absolutely human fas cination about the violin, particular ly In an ancient instrument that has passed through troublous centuries of existence and whoso sensitive strings have responded to the touch of gen erations dead and gone. One need not play it well to love It fondly to love It personally. It Is not so strange then, after, all that ho famous col lectors of violins have not been exe cutants from a professional stand point, with the single exception ot Itemenyi, who had one of the finest ot private collections, and slept, so 'tis I said, with a Stradlvarlus on ono sldo of him nnd a Joseph Guarnerlus on the other. No. Tho man with the fad for fiddles may have como to his -understanding of them through lovo of color, of form, of their peculiar and i romantic history, or of their potency w to stir the hearts of men beneath other fingers than his own. This accounts in some measure for tho fact that a violin always attracts attentio...

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

I 6 TRUTH. I IN THE SOCIAL REALM I' Tho german at the University club Wednesday evening was attended by I. tho greater number of tho members If of tho club and their friends as spec I tators, and tho cotillion was danced I ,by thirty couplesi among tho younger I ; dancing set. Tho cotillion was led by Joseph H. ' Calno with Miss Kathorlno Williams. Hi Tho sets danced Included many fancy I 'and lntrlcato figures. The dining H room and reception room woro hung Hj with tho pennants of all tho colleges H represented, and at tho north end H near tho stand for the musicians two Hi favor tables wero arranged, which H wero presided over by Mrs. Joseph H E. Calno, Mrs. Charles Post, Mrs. W. HJ Montaguo Forry and Mrs. Jay Tarvln Hj' Harris. Soven sets of favors were distributed, most of them having HJ been made by Miss Allcen Maclean, HJ, Miss Eloiso Sadler and Miss Margo HJ, Miller. Red and Black predominated HJ vln tho favors, ribbons of thoso two HJk colors tying canes, otc. HJ" Dancing be...

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

T J1UTM, 7 I m m Ettabllthtd 1BG4 W. P. RISEN, Mir. I Henry E Wagener I Brewing 5 I Co. m m f "LAGER'BEER & PORTER I m m m it jt m Special attention given to bottled m beer for family trade. Free delivery to all parts of m the city. m m m 0 fficc : j 74 c st first south m phonc ata. m TRIBUNE FABLES REGARDING THE INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE. Tho Tribune has tried to work up a sensation, based on a fable of Its own creation, that the Internal revenue of 'flce for the district of which Utah Is a part, will be removed from Salt Lake and that a new revenue collector will bo appointed In place of the pres ent incumhent, E. H. Callister. The Tribune fablo Is so silly that It scarce ly merits any notice. The animus ot the author of the fable Is very ap parent. The Tribune is engaged In a futile attempt to make people be lieve that Tom Kearns and Furious J. Cannon are the only men who can effectually represent this stato In the United States Senate. As a matter ol fact their "influence" at ...

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

f 8 TRUTH. TRUTM I' I Issued Weekly by l. Truth Publishing Company. ) Western Newspapor Union Building, 211 South Wost Templo Street, I Salt Lake City I John W. Hughos, Editor andManager I Entered Juno 19, 1903, at Salt Lake City, Utah as seoond-olass matter, under not of Concress of March 3. 1879' I Terms of Subscription. ONB YKAR In advance) $2.00 W BIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 TUKKK MONTHS (In advance) 75 I Postmasters sendlngsubsorlptlons to TRUTH H may retain 25 per cent of subscription price 1 as commission. If the paper Is not doslred beyond the date subscribed for, the publication should be notified by letter two weeks or mora before the term expires. Dleoentlnuances. Remember that the publisher must be noti fied by letter when a subscriber wishes his paper stopped; all arrears must be paid In II I Requests of subscribers to have their paper mailed to a new address, to secure atten- tlon,' must mention former as well as pros- ant address. H Address all communications to TRUT...

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

i T R U TM. - .' HH AMUSEMENTS ggfg Salt Lake Theatre "Tho College Widow," matlneo today, perform ance tonight. . Grand Theatre "On tho Bridgo at Midnight," matinee today, perform ance tonight. Lyric Theatre "The Utopians," one week, with matinee, beginning to day. Coming Attractions. if) t Salt Lako Theatre "When Johnny V Comes Marching Home," "Way jl Down East." In refreshing contrast to Clyde Fitch's study In dramatic abnormali ties Is George Ado's types of vigor 1 ous Western life In "Tho College is- Widow." His football youths may be more noisy and vehement than con ventionally elegant, but their blood Is red, and through tho play there runs tho swift, strong current of American life, freo from tho aping of foreign manners or morals. That It has the faults of American life, as well, Is merely an argument that Mr. Ado's work rings true. Of plot tho drama has but little Mr. Ado's dramatic weakness Is plot construction. His strength Is characterization. In draw ing his peoplo from...

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

I .W 'TMUTM, I THANK8QIVING. I In tho journal of Charles Follen, I ono of tho earliest of Gorman scholars I and Idealists to seek this country for M an environment where liberty of ft thought and speech might be had, he W ' Is found recording, among his other H impressions of the New England -where ho lived, this: 'Nov. 20th, My "1827: On Thanksgiving day tho Hj, members of every family In Now HI ' England meet, If possible, at tho Hj house of the head of the family. In ft the morning there Is a service In all HJ the churches. The day Is appointed HJ by the governor. All congregations Hj are invited to celebrate it; and men HJ are requested to abstain from all HJ business which Is inconsistent with tho celebration of tho day. Tho poor HJ est families are provided for by the rich, on that day, that thoy may Join HJ In tho universal rejoicing. Instead HJ of the Easter lamb, a turkey." HJ i Far and wide, wherever Now-Eng HJ , landers have gone, tho feast-day the Pilgrims set up has gon...

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

T RUTM, i , "BEYOND THE DREAMS OF AVARICE" 1 0TfN bought 50,000 shares of 60LDFIELD MINING CO. in 0 OH 000 Ow November, 1903. It is now worth fyuUiUUU I i t?4ff bou9ht 1000 shares of FLORENCE MINING CO., flOfl f(( I P I JJ of GOLDFIELD, in November, 1903. It is now worth $LU,UUU I I (Xll 7C bought 1,000 shares of COMBINATION MINING CO,, A 4 H 000 I P I f O of GOLDFIELD, in November, 1903. It is now worth $ I UyUUU J I (hrA will buy 500 shares of GOLDFIELD BLIZZARD MINING CO. today. f I 1 pJJ Ten years hence it will be worth I I Goldfielri's Monster Prospect- 100,000 Shares at 10 Cents--I The BLIZZARD. NOW. H Development of the Blizzard property has only just com- The property consists of 150 acres, situate in the eastern sec-" r I H menced. tion of the great mineral zone of Goldfield. On this zone arc ,M H In the opinion of mining and consulting engineers of inter- t situated all the prominent mines of the camp. Full and'clertr title ( I H national fame, the surface indications on t...

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

TRUTH, I Violins and their Maker. I ij (Continued from pego 5) I' ' I i hlbltod In tho city of Genoa, and tho lf equally Tvc'll known "King Joseph.'' " I Guarnerlua sought and obtained a I tono differing from thai of any of his I 'prwlecessors, partaking of tho quail I t'tles of both Stradlvarius and Magglnl, I ' having tho rich, brilliant, telling prop I crtlcs of tho ono and tho plaintive, I melancholy tones of tho other. Tho I violins of Joseph Guarnerius have al I ways been In high favor among con- cert players; Faganini, VIeuxtemps, B Leonard and many others of tho past, H as well as Wilhclmj, Ysaye, Kubellk, I Sltt and Herman of tho present day. I The violin with tho magic legend or M -label, reading: "Joseph Guarnerius, H fecit Cromonao anno 1737," is proba I bly tho most widely known of all tho H Violins made in Cremona. It Is known H hs tho "King Joseph." Its fame rests H pn its remarkable tone, beauty of H, Wood; Yarnlsh and workmanship, and Hj on its perfect state of pres...

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

TRUTH, t3 J 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 lu tho list, corrections and ad ditions will be 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. Barker, F. E. 145 4th Street. Barnes, A. R. 212 S. Main. Bennett & Blerer 163 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. 1 Bradley & RIschel 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block Breeden & Farnsworth 311 D. F. Walker. Brother...

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

I " TRUfM. I be granted, to sell so much as shall I bo necessary, o tho following de- scribed real estato of said deceased, to-wlt: I Beginning at a point about 7.50 I - chains south and 26 links cast of the I northeast corner ot tho northwest quarter of section 13, township 2 south, range 1 west, Salt Lako morl H dlah, thence south 5 deg. 45 mln. west O.O'l chains; thenco west 1.80 H chains thenco north 0 chains; thence H east 2'6B"chaIns to' place of beginning, has been set for. hearing on Satur- day, tho lGth day of December, A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m at tho County Court IJouso, In tho Court Room of said Court, in Salt mLako City, Salt Lako County, Utah. Witness tho Clerk of said Court, with tho seal thereof affixed this 28th B day of November, A. D. 1005. (Seal.) J. U. ELDREDGE, JR., Clerk. H C- M. Nielsen, Attorney for Potl H Honor. i ' i i . Ji M. Bowman, Hj' . .x ' Attorney, , 80 Commercial Block. H Summons. In the District Court of tho Third Judicial District of tho Sta...

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

TRUTH- 15 I East and West center line through said Section Thirty-four (34); thenco West One Hundred and Forty-five feet (145), thenco North fifty (50) feot; thence East about One Hundred and Fifty (150) feet; thenco Southwest erly along tho west line of said right of way to place of beginning, and a tract Fifty by Ono Hundred and i ,. Twenty-five (125) feet, beginning at a J point Seven Hundred and Thirty-five y (735) feet West of tho center of said I Section Thirty-four (34), thenco West I Fifty (50) feet; thence North One j Hundred and Twenty-five (125) feet; ! thenco East Fifty (50) feet; thence y south One Hundred and Twenty-five (125) feet to the place of beginning; I also conveying tho South West Quarter of tho South East Quarter U nnd tho South East Quarter of tho South West Quarter of Section Twenty-seven (27), nil In Township Nine teen (19), South, Range Eight (8), west of tho Salt Lake Meridian, con talnlng Ono Hundred and Twentj ' . (120) acres, more or less, together 1 ...

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

m .- .-. - . . m - - lliniilliTiiinl ' lliullii'H m . JIAhbAHB IebbSI m Go There bbt B : B l tile easiest way possible. If Hhere" hap- B , pens to tie a point in the East or South- B; east the Burlington's service is just B what you want. THRO' sleeping1 cars B ' to Denver and Chicago; also from Denver B ' to Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City and B ' St,,Louis., Dining car (Service all the way W i frorcuSalt Lake City. The magnificent m scenery of tbcRioGrande'slinetoDenver V B " ' There oro oilier fcood foattirci H ' I shduld Hk6 tololljounbQUt. IR. F. NESLEN, General Agent 79 West Second South St., Salt Lake City m i ., H The .Local Merchant Advertisers H Is the beat judge of advertising generally And people who buy things u wo to j t, in the mot receptive mood in the H value of the various weekly papers sarroundlnga of ome and Family- H In -this Olty. He puts his money especially at evening, when there is H where it pays best The best paper leisure and inclination for reading; for h...

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

f J Vol. 5; No. 13 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, DECEMBER 9, 1905. Price 5 Cents s political qossip Georgo Washington Bartch still hankers to be United States senator, by the grace of the Mormon church, or k any other old way. The brilliant Idea i entered his massive brain some time ago and was rudely dashed away by ' the late legislature. The dashing away, however, did not by any means eradicate It, for be It known George Washington Bartch Is a patriot. Ho loves Utah nnd Is firmly convinced that lie could do more to set Utah right with the nation and harmonize all factions at home than any other man or dozen men, If he only had a chair In the United States Senate. He has said so himself; therefore there can bo no doubt about it. Only a few months ago, in further ance of his laudable and patriotic I Idea, George Washington, In talking R the matter over with a prominent and I quite influential member of the Mor mon church, suggested, nay.moro, re quested said prominent Mormon to use his infl...

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

if K ? TRUTH. Iff MR. HEARST AS A NATIONAL 11 FIGURE. Bi When William R. Hearst enters tho t House of Representatives next month VJ to completo his unexpired term ns If congressman from tho Eloventh dls m' trlct of Now York, "no ono In that m body," says tho Sprlnglleld Republl m, can (Ind.), "will attract tho personal H.'- attention that ho will," for, continues Tho Republican, "If Hearst ever was dangerous, ho nover was so dangerous - as ho Is today, as a factor In national B politics." Both tho manner of "Ills H, i campaign for mayor and Its result, as M' i well as his conduct now," tho Chicago M, Public (Slnglo Tax) asserts, "make I; him loom up no longer as a self-seek-jV I cr, but ns a genuine leader In a great f ' causo." Ho has becomo "tho Bryan of ' tho cast" In tho opinion of tho Chi H: cago Tribune (Rep.), and, as tho St. H Louis Qlobo-Democrat (Rop.) pro pi' diets, ho "will bo far moro powerful B j I between now and election day In 1908 Hr i than ho would bo If ho had ob...

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

TRUTH. 3 I !. I Hfl AMUSEMENTS ggg I I , Salt Lako Theatre "When Johnny i Comes Marching Home," matinee to- ' 7 day, performance tonight. " Grand Theatre Brltt-Nolson Fight moving pictures. 3 Lyric Theatre "Parisian Belles," ono week beginning with matinee today. j COMING ATTRACTIONS. ll- Salt Lake Theatre " 'Way Down J East," week beginning Dec. 11th; ' "Ben Hur," week beginning Doc. 25th. 2 "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" is a strange operatic mixture V of national airs, army uniforms and r balloon skirts. j Marching up and down the stago aro I soldiers galore soldiers who, vocally j bravo enough, would not care to face powder. Then, also, marching up and j down the stago thero are girls galoro V who face powder and show their bra u very on their cheeks. But this is V merely a contrasting incident sacred V to the seclusion of the dressing room. 'I There nre other things less evident, J perhaps, but dimly seen through the fl vocal mist, showing that tho star I spangled banner is ...

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