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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 December 1905

I (i 'TRUTH. I . HI AMUSEMENTS HH 1 H Salt Lake Theatre "Ben Hur," one H week, beginning with Christmas matl- m H Orphcum Theatre Classic vaude- H vlllo. Grand opening Christmas matl- M neo and night. H Grand Theatre "Yon Yonson," M matlnco today, performance tonight. H Lyric Theatro "Merry Burles- M quers," ono week, beginning with to- M day's matinee. M It may bo that Louis James has lin- M gercd too long In tho classic drama M- thoro are some wlio stoutly maintain H that ho has. H It may bo that ho Is attempting tho H Impossible- and making fruitless or- M forts to wear tho faded mandes of Ed- M win Forrest and John McCullough. Or, M it may bo that tho times aro Badly out H of, Joint that out on tho wldo sea of M amusement tho only ships that enn M rldo tho waves aro thoso with scenic M sails and gaily pnintcd hulls. Hero M comes threo classic plays, by Shakes- M poaro, Lytton and Knowlos plays H which in tho days of our .daddies were M wont to mako tho welkin ring and tho H box-...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 December 1905

i TRU TM. 13 I Che Vcar m Che Playhouse I " By Harry Lo Grande. ,i Q "O, tlioro bo players that I have seen play, have so strutted and bol lowed, that I though some of nature's journeymen had made them, .they Imi tated humanity so abominably." Camlet. - When Hamlet spoke the above lines, ho used prophetic words, for surely the melancholy Dano must have caught a glimpse of this, the year of our -Lord, 1905. From the box-ofllco standpoint the year has been pletho ric." Looked at from other points of Vlow-r-at players and plays the past 1 twelve' months have been somewhat " dfaproportioned. 'Never before In the history of old Salt Lake has so much money been poured Into the coffers of tho play l&uses. With the tide of prosperity r&lng higher and higher, astuts man agers have taken It at tho flood and with It floated on to fortune. The au ditorium has been generous, but has tno stage been equal In Its merit? In al general sense, surely not, In a few Instances, decidedly yes. Nob...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 December 1905

I 4 TRUTH, H How tho President's Message la M Reoarded. H (Oontinuod from pafje 10) H nlcncy toward tho railroads than of H unduo harshness. Tlicro Is nothing in HJ tho president's recommendation that H constitutes a menaco to railroad se- HJ curitlcs." H Tho Tariff. Tho references In tho HJ message to tho tariff nro exceedingly HJ disappointing to tho reformers and HJ reciprocity loaders, who were all ox- HJ pectlng somo encouragement. Tho In- HJj dlanapolls Star (Rep.) declares that HJ his perfunctory words on this import- HJ nnt subject havo offended "many per- H sons who earnestly and hono3tly bo- HJ Uovo that tho Dlnglcy schedules aro a H clog upon Industry and a menace to H public morals;" and tho Columbia H State (Dcm.) says, "if wo may say it of this 'bold,' 'frank,' nnd 'direct HJ man," his only utterances on the rovo HJ nues aro "brlof, Indefinite, nnd wab HJ bllng." Tho Loulsvlllo Courier-Jour-HJ nal (Dcm.) remarks that "he has lit HJ tlo to say regarding tho tariff, and ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 December 1905

TRUTH. 15 PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE. (Consult county clerk or reapectlvo Blgncra for further Information.) G. H. Backman, Attorney, 32 South Main St. Notice. In tho District Court, Probate Dl I Q vision, In and for Salt Lake County, State of Utah. In the matter of tho Estate of John P. Wrotburg, Deceased. Notice. The petition of John B. Jones, tho administrator of tho estate of John P. Wretburg, deceased, for confirmation of tho sale of tho following described real estate of said decedent, to-wlt: All of tho southwest quarter of sec tion 32, township one (1) north, range two (2) east, of tho principal meridian of tho United States survey for tho Stato of Utah, said quarter section containing 160 acres situated in Salt Lake County, Utah, for tho sum of $1,000.00. And upon tho following terms, to-wlt: $160.00 on confirma tion of sale, $200.00 on or beforo one year, $250.00 on or beforo two years, $250.00 on or beforo three years, and the balance on or beforo four years, without ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 December 1905

I i6 TWIUTM. H krom, the unknown heirs of Mrs. J. H. H Ankrom, J. C. Thompson, John S. H Tompkins, tho unknown holrs of John H S. Tompkins, Edward Mnrtln, J. N. H l'orry, tho unknown heirs of J. N. Per- H ry, Adolph Brox, Lars Wadum, tho un- H krown heirs of Lars Wadum, J. M. H Hamilton, Salt Lako City Corporation, H a municipal corporation, James A. Mc- H Laron, tho unknown heirs of James A. H McLaren, John Shea, Dan Ilealy, Ed- H ward Homo, Daniel W. Shea, tho un- H known heirs of Daniel W. Shea, Lo H Grando Young, Jacob E. Terry, tho H unknown holrs of Jacob E. Terry, de- M fendants. Summons. H Tho Stato of Utah, to said defend- M ants: M You, and each of you, aro hereby H summoned to appear within twenty M days after tho scrvlco of this sum- M mons upon you, If served within the H county In which this action Is brought, H othorwlso, within thirty days after sor- H vlco, and defend the above entitled ac- H tlon; and in caso of your falluro so to H do, judgment will bo rendered ag...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 December 1905

TRUTH. 17 I will sell at public vendue to the high est bidder for cash In hand the above described property at the West front door of the Court House, In the City of Salf Lake, County of Salt Lake, State of Utah, on tho 2Gth day of December, A,.D. J.905, at twelve o'clock noon ot said day, to pay said note, Interest thereon, taxes paid by the holder of said noto and trust deed and the ex Q penses of executing this trust. Witness my hand and seal, this 2nd day of December, A. D.-1905. EUGENE LEWIS, Trustee. C. FRANK EMERY, Sheriff of Salt Lake County, Successor In Trust i First Publication, Decomber 2. , Last Publication, December 23, ' 1905; NOTICE-OF SPECIAL CITY TAX. To Whom It -May Concern: Notice 1b hereby given that a special tax for the purpose of constructing a sewor on First street between N and O streets, In Sower District No. 1, has been lov- led and confirmed by ordinance of the V city council dated October 27th, 1905. Said tax Is levied upon tho following real property I...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 December 1905

I is TRUTH. I (( Imiil 1j I Go There I H the easiest way possible. If Hhere" hap- I H pens to be a point in the East or South- I H cast 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 H St. Louis. Dining car service all the way I H from Salt Lake City. The magnificent I H scenery of the Rio Grande's line toDenver I H There aro other good feature! I H I should like to toll you about. I I R. F. NESLEN, General Agent I I 79 West Second South St., I I Salt Lake City I H The Local Merchant Advertisers H Is the beat judge of advertising generally find people who buy things H , . t 11 . " the mot raoeptive mood In the value of the various weekly papers BUrroundlnga of ome and Family Bfl in this Oiby. He puts his money especially at evening, when there is M whore it pays best. The best paper leisure and Inclination for reading; for him is the best paper for the 5ef!1"5,e)d.?vertlf...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 December 1905

A Vitally Critical Emergencies Arise A I INVARIABLY ARISE, """ I when least, expected. If there is ever a time when one requires a dependable I telephone, one that, will reach not only your family physician, but, every physician in the City, it's when sickness or some calamity suddenly confronts you. I Don't, neglect, your household. It's almost, a Crime to be without, a Bell I telephone! Don't, fool yourself, or be fooled. Remember, there is nothing so I worthless and misleading as a telephone without Subscribers. I Over 9,400 Bell telephones in actual service in Salt, Lake City. I You can easily verify this statement,. I Jp Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Co. m I i Clayton Music Co. i I THE LEADING MUSIC DEALERS I GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS: I Steinwdy Pianos Kimball Pianos Knabe Pianos I Tlc, . . r .. -,, .. Without question the most popular piano in the World Justly named the I The Standard of the World. H ,.AnnA. . l 1 v u 150,000 in Use. Peerless Knabe." Estey Pianos Vose Pianos Winte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 December 1905

IT FtU T M. 1 ' Utah Light and Railway I j Company. SALT LAKE CITY (& OGDEN CITY i I I l T i- M' Railway System: I Serving Salt Lake City and Suburbs 3. Trackage Operated 90 Miles. fa f Electric System: ' 1 Serving Salt Lake City, Ogden, Murray, Bingham Junction and their vicinity. A Generating Capacity, 1 7,000 Horse Power. - I Gas System: Serving Salt Lake City and Ogden. j Generating Capacity, Salt Lake City, 400,000 cu. ft, daily; ! Ogden, 60,000 cu. ft, daily. Utah Light and Railway Company. I GENER.AL OFFICES & 7 So. Main Street, 2474 Washington Ave., Salt Lake City. n n v v Ogden. I) If I'--

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 30 December 1905

r ; I ' Vol. S; No. 16 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, DECEMBER 30, 1905. Price 5 Cents I POLITICAL GOSSIP A man from Washington who is connected with one of the government departments recently made a special business of investigating the posi tions of the members of the United States Senate with regard to the Smoot case. Ho is a close observer end has ways and means of getting Inside Information and from that infor mation makes the positive statement that Senator Smoot will retain his seat. Tho majority report of the committee will be favorable to Smoot. It probably will roast tho Mormon church, but will not bo able to find any good reason why Senator Smoot should be denied his seat. Chairman Burrows and Dubols.of course, have Smootaphobla but tho majority of the members of the commttteo are not so afflicted. It Is well known that Bur rows and Dubois succeeded in prevent ing the committee report from being sent In at the last session of congress for the reason that tho majority of tho commlt...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 30 December 1905

IT " i I 2 truth, I I, liis order from tho president of tho hie- I, rarchy to givo such Instruction.' Tho Ij testimony of Supt. Nolson of Utah, can ho found In Vol. 2, pages 3CC to 375 of tho Smoot Inquiry report nnd it will I show that Mrs. Schoff told a gro3s I falsehood. Holding religious meetings Hi in a school house when there Is no H':l school in session n half hour a wcok is H- not teaching religion in tho public H schools, nnd Mrs. Schoff knows it. HJ Thero is probably not one country HJ school house in Pennsylvania In which HJ tho Methodists or Baptists or Presby HJ tcrlans or somo other denomination HJ, havo not held services. At Lehman, HJ Pa., whero I taught school in 1874, I HJ' let out my school earlier than usual HJ on several Fridays to that my pupils HJ could attend a Methodist rovlval, nnd HJi at Luther's Mills, Pa., where I attend HJ i cd school, tho Rev. Hnrrlsdh Dodd, a HJ. Methodist cxhortcr, prayed and sang HJ and exhorted with tho students whllo HJj school wa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 30 December 1905

I - TRU TH. 3 I I THE PASSING OF A GREAT ACTOR. R Henry Irving and His Service to Dra- JK matlc Art. i The recent death of Sir Henry Irv ing removed from the theater or active , life a man who wrought more ofll- ciency than any other individual dur- 1 A Ine tho present generation to make tho stago of tho Anglo-Saxon world a great engine" for educational progress a master-agency for culture and ar tistic intellectual education. Ho was an actor of marked ability, though far from being a man of transcendent his trionic genius. Indeed, ho lacked the great imaginative power that- marks the- highest order of genius. He was, in our judgment, incomparably Infer lor to Edwin Booth nnd certain other of the master-spirits who have walked tho boards during tho past thirty years. In certain plays ho was dis tinctly groat; In others his manner Isms woro so conspicuous as to pre- vent the audience from losing sight m of tho play-actor in tho rolo assumed. While.howover, ho lacked tho rich im agina...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 30 December 1905

I ' 4 TRU TTM. 1 I I g IN THE SOCIAL REALM HH I It mk. j On Christmas day Mrs. Prank Judge, liW I the young brldo of tho Judge houso- B'p hold, was formally presented to Salt f Lake society. Mrs. Mary Judgo and 1 1 Miss Kathorlno Judgo were tho host- Mf esses and fully 300 friends called dur- I , Ing the afternoon hours. - Tho homo was bright with Chrlst I mas colors, tho main decoration being tho graceful branches of tho California I pepper trco which hung over all tho K lights and formed effective mural R hangings. Liberty roses In great Bj quantities wero used. In tho library W green branches decorated tho punch It table, but tall vases held numbers of II handsomo poinscttla blooms. j In tho dining room tho tablo was H laid with a cloth of heavy laco work, I' and on this wero arranged fancy can- H. dy hats with great clusters of cherries H falling over tho board. A centerpiece H,. of tho liberty roses was used and plu- H i mosa was scattered over tho cloth. In H an nlcovo in tho ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 30 December 1905

TRUTH, J aro the guests of Judge and Mrs. C. I S. Zano for a few days, leaving for the east on Saturday. Mrs. Margaret Zano Wltcher and Miss Addle Zane entertained at a ken 0 slngton Wednesday afternoon In honor w of Mrs. Zane of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Flick of Boise were guests In the city Wednesday, en route to Los Angeles, where they will spend several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Anderson ot Melrose, Mass., who have been visit ing friends In the city, left for the coast Wednesday evening. o WHAT THE WEST HAS AT STAKE. In the year 1904 there were shipped f out of California, by rail, 72,280 car- m loads of fruit. Of these 7,051 were green deciduous fruits, 38,574 citrus fruit, 14.54C dried fruit, 5,334 raisins, 9GC nuts, 5,807 canned fruits. In the same year the shipments of fruit by sea, from San Francisco, amounted in total to but 4,371 carloads, this em bracing all kinds. These figures show the Importance of the railroads In the transportation of the fruits of Cali fornia to...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 30 December 1905

I 6 TRUTH. i I ggj AMUSEMENTS gjgj H Salt Lako Theatre "Bon Hur," mat- H: lnco today, porformanco tonight. BJ: Orphoum Classic vaudovlllo, mat- BJ lnco today, porformanco tonight. BJ' Grand "At Crlpplo Creek," matlnco BJJ today, porformanco tonight. BJj Lyric "Thoroughbred Girls," mat!- BJ nco today; performance tonight. BJr Coming Attractions. I Salt Lake Theatre Efllo Ellsler In Bl1 "Hazel KIrko," lato In January. BM- "Ben Hur," after an absenco of two Bat years, Is just as box-offlclall popular BH now as when ho first drove his chariot BV on tho stago of tho Salt Lako theatre. BH To ace tho big audlonco which greeted BK tho Lew Wallaco hero, nobody would BV havo suspected, that, a few doors BJ away, a now thcatro had just opened BJ and was also turning away the insist- BJ ent mob. Money, monoy everywhere BJ oceans of it and not a drop of tick- BJ ets to bo had. BJ You who havo doubted tho wild BJ yearning of tho 'Aon appctlto for BJ amusement stand asldo nnd watch BJ tho crowds s...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 30 December 1905

I TRUTH. 7 I if m Eilabllshid 18B4 W. P. KISER, Mfr. j l Henry jj 9 I Wagener H Brewing I Co. I m f LAGER BEER fc PORTER f W 4 X Special attention given to bottled m beer for family trade. Free m delivery to all parts of i the city. m i f office: dj J 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH 33 X PHONC 218. I T j IN THE SOCIAL REALM (Continued from page 4.) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hugh Boor man of Now York City havo Issued cards for the marriage of their daugh ter, Miss Elizabeth Stanford Sayre, and Lieutenant Lucian Barclay Moody, U. S. A. The wedding will tako place on the afternoon of Wednesday, Jan uary 17, at 3 o'clock, at the Church of the Intercession. Lieutenant Moody was stationed at Fort Douglas last winter, being transferred in the spring to Fort Hamilton, N. Y. Miss Cosgrlff entertained at an in formal bridge party Thursday after noon In honor of her sister, Miss Elizabeth Cosgriff, whoso engagement to William Edward FIfo was recently announced. The Sowing club met with Miss Evle Thomas Thursday...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 30 December 1905

w I 8 T R. U T M . f TRUTrt Uh Iuo.l Weekly by l&. Truth Publlthlno Company. lift Western Nowapupor Union Hiillillnu, 211 &, South West Temnlo Street, i, Salt Lake City iJohn W. Hughes, EdltorandManager Entered Juno 10, 1901, lit Salt I.nke City, Utah , a ancoud-class matter under act of Congress of March 3, 1879' I, Terms of Subscription. ' ONK YKAIt In advance) $2.00 i SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 I TUKBE MONTHS (In advance) 7& i j Postmasters aendlniraubscrlptlons to TltUTH 1 may retain 25 per eeut of itibacriptioii prloo i as commission. K If the paper la not desired beyond the date M eubacribed for, the publication ahould be M notified by letter two weaka or more before H tho term expires. fl Dlaeentlnuancee. H Kemamber that the publliher muat be notl- H fled by letter when a aubsorlbsr wiahea his Faper stopped; all urrears muat be paid In ull. H Iteqtieata of subscribers to have their paper ' mailed to a new address, to secure atten- H tiau, muat mention former as ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 30 December 1905

I TRUTH. 9 I liEfffl TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, I CLEARANCE SALE I It is almost unnecessary to dwell upon the great money savings to be picked up at I s Cohn's Wonderful Clearance Sales. Every woman in Utah knows it well and has H found out long ago that it pays to be on hand bright, early and often at these H Remarkable Cut Price Merchandising Events, in which not alone profit but orig- I inal cost is completely lost sight of, and iu addition we wish to add that it is our I determination to out-do all previous efforts in this sale, and to gain this end values H will be greater, sacrifices will be more startling amd the I Wrorlrnro nf Driroc W,LL BE MORE COMPLETE I vy reciuige ui races than ever before ... I ing this mode of giving annual divi dends tho New York Life hopes to escape publicity, comparison and a fair accounting all along tho line. It Is too contemptible for discussion. "Tho legislators at Albany, In their next session will fall of their duty It they do not compel two things:...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 30 December 1905

if I 10 T R U T H , 1 Best bri$tma$ Story of tbe month H Colonel Crockett's Co-operative Christ-1 H mas. H By RUPERT HUGHES. In "The Saturday Evening Post." H (Continued from last week.) V As soon as I saw that circumstances L'B had organized a pool to corner mo anJ lj my Christmas, I spent a couplo of " days sending raln-maklng language. F I Then I settled down to work liko a bronco does to harness after kicking off tho dashboard and snapping a E couplo of traces. , . "If I'vo got to bo alono this Christ- 1 mas," I says to myself, "I'll make it r tho gol-darnmodest, crowdodest soll- tudo over hoard of this side of tho I River." , I looked for tho biggest placo in i, j town undor ono roof. Madison Square 5 I Garden was it. You remember it. Wo ', I was thero to tho horso-show so- called. You recollect, I reckon, that tho Garden holds a right smart lot of ; people At a political mooting onco thoy got 14,000 peoplo into it, and i thero was still room for Grover Clove- ' land to stand n...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 30 December 1905

' TRUTH. 11 I It: At one end was built a big house with a chlmbly and an old-fashioned l fireplace. The roof of the house was ! covered with snow (cotton), and tho jsky back of It was full of electric ; stars that twinkled something beautl jful. And there was a moon that looked J like tho real thing. - There was four bands In tho bal i conies and a chorus of angels with real wings and electric halo. They sang Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men, written for the occasion by Mr. Do Koven. By and by all the bands bust out gorgeous and then Santy Claus ap peared In a sleight drawed by six 'real llvo stuffed reindeers. Ho run ; along, tho sky on unseen grooves and ijdrove up to tho roof of tho house, and ihlld.down tho chlmbly with a pack of 4 presents. Ho filled all tho stockings "with candy cornycoples and toys, and fy lot of attendants passed 'em out to ftlio children. You should of heard them squeal with joy poor little tots jllvlng In hotels and apartment places '(whoro Santy Claus wou...

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