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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 December 1905

m 4 TRUTM I I I ggfg IN THE SOCIAL REALM HH I B' I- I ------ B Mr. and Mrs. Frank Judge arc home B from their wedding trip and are at K the judge's country place to spend a HI few weeks there. r j$ B James W. Nelll came from Butte B Wednesday, on his way to join Mrs. Br and Miss Nelll, and left the next oven- Ing on the Salt Lake Route for Los Hi Angeles. I . - ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Mark B. Kerr liave B returned to Los Angeles, after spend Br Ing a short time with Mr. and Mrs. B' Kenneth C. Kerr . f The meeting of the Plato club, Hi which was to have been held Thurs Hji day with Mrs. Hutchlns, was post al poned for one week, nnd will be held HJ, Thursday with Mrs. Lafayette Han r.i cliett at 985 Third street, t) Hf The musicians held their regular Hf meeting Wednesday evening with J; ' Miss Cclia Sharp at her studio In the Hj: , Constitution block. Those who took Bj l part In a programme made up solely Bj ' of American composers were Mrs. O. Bj Stanley Price, Mrs. George Curtis, J. Bj W. C...

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

Ty - , 1'rgSP'ifri. Ki'MgWBKBiaMB 1 LI .IMII..lIIHUiMHLl-il !llUWa mH UffywaKyrojW.a-jRt. G4! c. ',r '- AigT rTM.i'TniBWgWainWIIBWBMMBIIBMMMlMHMW -i.llJJJ.L-l.il III MULL ttMmmtnl-ttt "vfcV -WM 1 f r V TR.U TH. 5 I 1 C1IMISI IBKMBH1H Hon. Plslicr Harris and Mr. Ken- neth C. Kerr are the autliors of artl- cles which appeared In "The Arrow head" for the current montli. Both articles deal with subjects of great Interest to Salt Lake people, and both writers treat their subjects In an at tractive, practical and pleasing man ner. Truth considers them well worth reproducing. Here they are: CALL OF THE WEST. (By -Hon. Fisher Harris.) . There are a thousand potential rea sons which led up to the movement recently inaugurated by the Commer $ clal club of Salt Lake City, Utah, looking to the ultimate diversion Into western channels of a part at least of the $150,000,000 now spent annually In the old world by American sight seers. The agitation so far conducted has been so warmly received and ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 December 1905

V 6 TRUTH, Ha WHO ARE THE RAILROADS? K (By B. L. Winchell.) BK He who attempts to array class BB" against class Is no moro a demagogue than the man who attempts to bring fll, about strife between tho people and BW tho creations of tholr own Industry, Bfl tho vested Interests they hold In clvl- flfl llzatlon. Tho cartoonist who, to fur- BB thcr an Idea, depicts a suppositious Bfl' battle between tho people and tho Bfl railroads as human conflict with n Bfl I fearsomo and soulless crcaturo of Bfl I iron, smoke and fire, lacks that fine Bfl quality of imagination which points Bfl oven in prophecy always to tho truth. BB Ills which may arise In the admlnls- Ba' tration of that lntcrgral part of a na- Bfl , tion's lifo, transportation, can not bo BT treated as an external plague of for- Bfl elgn and hostile origin. Thoy are Bfl symptoms of internal and not oxterual Bfl disorder. To urgo tho pcoplo to war Bfl; upon tho railroads of tho country is BB) equivalent to telling them that by de-...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 December 1905

TRUTH. 7 V It J Establish) 1864 W. P. KISER, Mgr. Henry 5 Wagener 9 E Brewing i I Co. 1 i x I "Ugerbeer fc porteT i W j, 9 X Jf Special attention given to bottled x v beer for family trade. Free x m delivery to all parts of x m the city. x i? m x m x office: j 74 e st first south PHONE 218. X m x ftftftftftftftftftftft fact, a railroad owner sharing In the profits of operation and there are nearly twenty million holders of life insurance policies alone. The man, woman or child who deposits carefully hoarded pennies In a savings bank soon learns that theso pennies are In vested In railroad securities. That man, woman or child has become a railroad owner and there are nearly seven million on this list. The People Own the American Railroads. Go where you will, ask whom you may, and you will find that the Ameri can people own the American rail roads. No man Is so humble and none so great but what ho has directly or 1 Indirectly an Interest and a voice In the management of this fifteen b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 December 1905

III 8 T R U T H ' I TRUTrt Wt'i I ItsuoJ Weekly by if! Truth Publishing Company. H: Western Nowspnpcr Union HutMlng, 211 South West Tamiilo Slreot, . Salt Lulto City I John W. Hughes, Editor and Manager Kk H Entered Juno 19, 1901, at Salt Lakd City, Utah -' a second-class inattor under aot of Concrets of March 3, 1879' - H' Tarma of Subscription. ONB TKAR iln advance) $2.00 ' SIX MOiNTHS (In advance) 1.00 THREE MONTHS (In advance) 75 H', Postmasters seiidlnfrsubscrlptlons to TllUTH . may retain 25 per aont of subscription price t t as commission. H' If the paper is not desired beyond the daU , subscribed for, the publication should br 1 1 notltled by letter two weeks or more before B the term expires. B Dlaaantlnuancaa. K' Kemember that the publisher must be notl- B tied by letter when a subscriber wishes hi. m papor stopped; all arreurs must be paid in , full. K Requests of subscribers to have their paper i mailed to a new address, to secure atten- M tlttu, must mention former as w...

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

tRUf M. $ located directly on the main lines ot the two new railroads, the short and direct line to Los Angeles and the now one being constructed to San Francisco from Salt Lake. This article Is not Intended as a de scription of a smelting plant, but merely to show the great amount of work completed to date and to de scribe, In brief, the actual construe 9 tlon which will result In establishing a city of note on what was formerly a desert In every sense of the word. The new Garfield city is about two miles east of the famous old Garfield Beach bathing resort. The smelter station Is just sixteen miles from Salt Lako and from Its location on the hill side commands a magnificent view of ni the entire lake, tho blue surface of J which is broken here and there by 11 tho mountains rising abruptly out of M the water, while to the east can bo ' 0 seen towers, spires and tree-bordered streets of Salt Lako City and the green of beautiful Davis county, lying between Salt Lako and Ogden. It is ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 December 1905

if mvk THE DEMOCRATIC BANQUET. Bfl Several of the guests at the "dollar- ;1 a-plato" Democratic dinner given by Hkl tho unterrlfied at tho Commercial club ft Wednesday night are asking each oth- J er just what tho object was In start ; 1 lng to sing America just as Lyman U. Mi I Martlneau nnlshed his address. Toast Hi I master Thomas was on his feet in a V I second waving his hands and calling Hy for order, but tho singers refused to H, stop and in less time than it takes to Hj- tell It overyono was singing tho grand H old hymn. This Is tho question that H sovcral of those present would like to B have answered: Did Mr. Thomas In B' tend to call upon O. W. Powers, W. B H. King, B. H. Roberts and sovcral B- others to mako addresses and somo ; of thoso present devlnlng his lntcn-B- tlons commenced to sing, or did somo H I of tho singers know that there was a H' resolution providing for dlssolu Bi tlon of tho Democratic party on nc B' count of church lnflucnco upsetting B Democratic ele...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 December 1905

I TRUTH- H fl ' a GREAT MINING ENGINEER'S 1 J REPORT ON GOLDFIELD RLIZZARD I Buy Treasury Stock at 10 Cents per Share, Buy I I It Now It Won't Last Long. I The holdings of the Blizzard Mining Co. are described in the report of Mining Engineer J. F ,1 Mitchell, which is reproduced below. I J . F . Mitchell was formerly one of the leading mine operators of Colorado. At different I times he was general manager of the Ute & Ulay mines at Lake City, Colorado; general superintend- I ent of the Yankee Girl at Red Mountain Colorado, and of the Enterprise at Rico; afterward general I superintendent of the famous January mine at Goldfield; consulting engineer of the great Jumbo, I and at present general manager of the Portland mine in Goldfield. I Goldfleld, Nov., Sept. 18, 1905. deckled indications that several mora may bo disclosed with somo lntollt- M To Ihe President nml llnnnl of IllreotorM, Tlie llllrznril .IIIiiIhk Compiiny, Bont prospecting. Tho width ot thoso dikes vnrlos from tw...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 December 1905

II ii TRUTH, V r Ubi GOOD ANTIDOTE FOR EPIDEMIC. H' I Public Amusements Taks Men's Mind Hi. I From Perils. Hi I ''In this yellow fovcr scare," said a B"l Now Orleans man, "our people could H. n't do bettor tlmn to take a pattern Hi from tlio Empcior of China." H. ''Tho Emperor of China?" Bi "Yes. For that man, when an B epidemic appears In any providence of B.' his kingdom, makes all the theatres M of tho province free, and requires the B , Inhabitants under pain of death, to B go to some placo of amusement at V least onco a day. Bff "Furthermore, ho gives free exhibit Bff, Ions of fireworks every evening, and at Bfl theso exhibitions attendanco Is com mit pulsory. Bfl ''What Is tho result? From arly Bflj mornhif; till lato at night tho people, BBj streaming in nnd out of tho tree Bmj, shows, or blinking and grasping under BB(i the fireworks' splendor, havo minds BH) occupied and tranquil don't worry over BHl thb epidemic that is scourging them Bfl and henco keep almost Inmune. BV' ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 December 1905

TRUTH. i3 m Lawyer's Directory. For handy reference, Truth prints the list of Salt Lake's practicing lawyers, with their addresses. If any names are omitted, or If there are any errors In the list, corrections and ad- dltlons will bo made on receipt of noti fication. Anderson, J. It. 58 Hooper Block. Anderson, T. J. B8 Hooper Block. ' Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Bloc'' Backman, G. H. 32 Main St. Bailey, J. H. Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Blk. BlUg. Baldwin, C.has. 74 Com'l. Block. Barker, P. B. 145 4th Street. Barnes, A. R. 212 S. Main. Bennett & Blerer 163 S. Main. Bird, W. H. 400 Scott-Strevell BIdg. Booth, Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Boswell, Win. 401 McCornlck Block. -, Botkin, 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. 517 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block .Breoden & Farnsworth 311 D. F. Walker. Brothers, M. R. 69 Com'l. Block. Brown...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 December 1905

K ' 'I fr i " Ki Probate and Guardianship Notices. (Consult County Clork or Respective H Slgnern for Further Information.) K C. M. NIELSEN, Bl Attorney, gj Constitution Building. Ill In tho District Court, Probato DI- Kg vision, In and for Salt Lako County, 9 State of Utah. $ In tho matter of tho estato of Emma K i Johnson, deceased. Notice Tho potltlon of Carl O. Johnson, ad H mlnlstrator of tho estato of Emma H Johnson, deceased, praying for an or- - der of sale of real property of said BV decedent, and that all persons Inter BV ostcd appear before tho said Court to B. show cause why an order should not B' bo granted to soil so much of an B undivided one-half intcrcstas shall H; bo necessary, or tho following do By scribed real estato of said deceased, ! ! to-wlt: H Beginning at n point about 7.50 BV j chains south and 25 Units east of tho Bf ' northeast corner of tho northwest BY quarter of section 13, township 2 Bj7 south, range 1 west, Salt Lako merl- H j dlan, thenco south 5 d...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 December 1905

TRUTH, 15 .i Hundred and Twenty-nvo (125) feet; ' thenco East Fifty (50) feet; thenco V south One Hundred and Twenty-five (125) feet to the place of beginning; m also conveying the South -West (I Quarter of tho South East Quarter M and tho South East Quarter of the I 'South West Quarter 'of Section Twen I ty-seven (27), all In Township Nin H teen (19), South, Range Eight (8?, 9 west of tho Salt Lake Meridian, con I talning One Hundred and Twcnrj j (120) acres, more or less, togetnor J with the water rights appurtenant f thereto, including Seventy-eight Hun j dredths water rights derived from tno ' Clear Lake Land and irrigation Co. to secure tho payment of n certain prom issory note executed by tho said Charles W. Aldrlch, and Eliza Aid- I ' rich, and duo and payable on tho 1st L day of April, 1904, and Whereas, tho said Trust Deed pro vides that In case of default in inter est thereon, tho abovo described prop 'M. erty should bo sold at the front door of tho Salt Lako County Court ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 December 1905

r 1 I Go There I H the easiest way possible. If 'there" hap- I H pens to be a point in the East or South- I H east the Burlington's service is just I H what you want. THRO' sleeping cars I H to Denver and Chicago; also from Denver I H to Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City and I St. Louis. Dining car service all the way I H from Salt Lake City. The magnificent I 'i scenery of the Rio Grande'slinetoDenver I K Tlioro nro other good features I Hy I slioulil lllio to toll joii about. I I I R. F. NESLEIM, General Agent I V I 79 West Second South St., I H I Salt Lake City I I H The Local Merchant Advertisers ', la the beat judge of advertising generally And people who buy things H t . ... , ii in the mot receptive mood in the value of the various weekly papers sarr0unding8 of Homo and Family H In thla Oity. He puts his money especially at evening, when there is H where it pays best The best paper leisure and inclination for reading; for him is the best paper for the experienced advertisers kno...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 December 1905

Vol. S; No. 14 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, DECEMBER 16, 190S. Prick 5 Cents I ' , Ilocal politics r Tho term for which Postmaster J" Thomas was appointed expires early i next year. There are four applicants for tho position. Mr. Thomas, for re- appointment, J. U. Eldredgo, Jr., Fred J' W. Price, respectively, and A. I H. Nash. Tho appointment, ' as established by precedent, I' rests with Senator Sutherland, Salt Lake City being tho senator's home town. All the applicants me staunch political and personal friends of Mr. Sutherland and It Is not yet known which ho will recommend to ! President Roosevelt. Under a lato ruling President Roosevelt and Post master General Cortelyou civil service practices are to prevail to tho extent that tho more wish of a senator will not bo sufficient to remove an efficient postmaster no matter how long he may have held tho office, and those rules already apply to tho treasurer and other postofflco ofllcials. This mili tates to the advantage of Mr. Thomas, th...

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

1 ' to their first real victory after a long succession of discouraging do I. feats. Ho Is the only man who has I succeeded fn fighting tho most power 'j ful . religious organization In the ',, world to a standstill In a community Jjj whero antngonlsm usually means so il clal ostracism and financial ruin. Ml The story of Senator Kearns' great 1; fight and victory Is an Interesting one. II It brings out well the characteristics 'd , of the man himself; his resourcoful iHj ness and unbending will. Tho same yi qualities which made Kearns one of y tho richest mon In tho country and enabled him to rise from tho position 1! of a poor plow boy to a seat In tho j senate woro the factors that figured III In tho defeat of tho church. Power of the Church. 1 1 Persons who havo never lived In Bl Utah can not well understand tho con- H dltlons that made It seemingly im- i possible to put tho government of nf- It - fairs ,lnto the hands of men who 4 would ndmlnlster tho offices for the i Interests...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 December 1905

TRUTH. 3 pondenco in the Russian language that they found "Representatives of local authority have, in defense of order and puhlic safety, boon watering the earth for a year past with their blood, falling vic tims to political crimes. The reason able part of Polish society Is impo tent against tho pressure of rovolu- tionary organizations. ' "Tho government will not tolerate attacks on tho integrity of tho empire. Tho plana and acts of the lnsurrec tlonarlos force it to declaro in a de cisive maimer that as long as tho troubles in thd Vistula districts con tinue, and as long as that part of tho population which adheres to political agitators continues its present sway over the country, these districts will receive nono of tho benefits resulting from the manifestoes of August 18 and October 30, 1905." o WHY BUY McCLURES? 9 McCluro's Magazine is bought and road In homes not because it Is a mag azine, but because It is the magazine. Why? First Tho Price. It costs but one dollar a year,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 December 1905

Mm ii i-x' ' '. ii"1 rrr n iyir i -i in li lmwy.ni . 2J - s -"" I 4 g R Q X M , w - . I . . Sil IN THE SOCIAL REALM HH Hi Captain and Mrs. Arthur T. Marlx, II whosa wedding took place Tuesday H ovenlrig'in St. Paul, aro guests o Mr. H and Mrs. David S. Murray In this ) city. . ; ? & s Hf Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Catcs aro In tll6 ' city for a week's stay at Whitehall. & H Dr.' and Mrs. J. T. Keith left Thurs- H day for a trip to the coast. L Miss Loulso Waldcn entertained K the Society of the King's Daughters at Iferi home Tuesday afternoon. H Wilbur W. Flags will entertain at u a brldgo party next Monday evening m to' meet Captain and Mrs. Arthur T. Bj Marlx.- K , Mrs. John Mcgeath gives a bridge H tea next Monday afternoon. Hi Roger Sherman is homo from col- 1 lege. Ho will remain until the mid- M year term. M I Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Shelloy are M lyEsro from Chicago lor a short stay Hi at the Kcnyon. Mrs. Shelley was for merly Miss Clara Howard. Miss WInnIo IllioadC3 will enter...

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

T R.IJ HTM. 5 I homo of the brldo's parents. Tlio ceremony was performed by Rev. El mer I. Goshen at 7 o'clock and the event was followed by a largo recep tion. Tho bridge and groom left Im mediately after for tho east to bo gone some weeks. J H f. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Holnian will leave Saturday for New York and Washington to spend tho winter. They will bo guests during tho holiday sea son of Congressman and Mrs. Thomas H. Dale of Scranton. & v; Mrs. B. F. Dauer has loturned from tho oast and Is again at homo In the Emery-Holmes. J & Miss Elsa Green and Miss Kath orlno Smalloy will go to Los Angeles to spend tho Christmas holidays. Miss Clara I. Colborno will leavo m next Tuesday for a month's absence In tho east. On her way homo from Now York she will bo tho guest of Bishop P. S. Spalding's mother In Denver. Mrs. John Lewis entertained tho members of tho Cup and Saucer club at a luncheon followed by cards at her homo on Tuesday. Miss Lucy Cabeen of Burlington, la., who h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 December 1905

6 TRUTH. '. : f JOKE TURNED ON THE JOKERS. 1 I Workman Got Tobacco Asked For, but Others Were Barred. f A few years ago Aretas Blood of tho ! Manchester locomotive works had a j man working for him who was a llttlo ') . under par, and who might bo called ' Sim, says tho Boston Herald. A fel- ' low-workman asked him for a chew of tobacco one day. Sim said ho didn't know as the othor man could chew tho kind of tobacco ho did, but If ho could ho was welcomo to It. Tho other, thinking to havo a little fun, said: "Don't Blood furnish you with tobac- ' co? Ho gives us fellows a pound a ' month." H Tho next time Mr. Blood was at tho Hij foundry Sim went for him for his to- Ibacco. Mr. Blood, rather gruffly, ask ed:, "What tobacco?" i Sim said tho men told him that tho ,, proprietor gavo them a pound a HI month, and that ho had been thcro Hj thrco months and hadn't had any, H( Mr. Blood said: "Go to work and H you shall havo your tobacco." H A fow days afterward Mr. Blood H again visited th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 December 1905

1 TRUTH. 7 I Etlabllshad 1864 W.P.KISER.Mgr. I Henry E Wagener Brewing jj S Co. E LAGER BEER & PORTER" 1 Special attention given to bottled 2 9 beer for family trade. Free "f delivery to all parts of J the city. a it 3 J office: 74 1 ST FIRST SOUTH J PHONE 218. X ftftftftftKftftftftftftftfe)tfcfc)l)tfea TRIBUNE WILL GO TO MAIN STREET. - The Tribune's lease onj the building owned by P. H. Lnnnnn which the pa per occupies, expires In less than a year. Tho Tribune has announced that it has purchased the Progress building on Main street Irom the Auerbachs and will remodel it and move to that location. THE NEW REPUBLICAN DAILY. Tho now morning daily Republican pnper which has been talked of for some time will make Its appearance about tho end of January. A number of linotype machines and other parts of tho plant arrived hero a week ago and will bo put In place In tho Dooly block as rapidly as possible. A new press Is being built for tho paper at Battlo Creek, Mich., nnd will bo ship ...

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