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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 6 January 1906

W 16 TRUTH. 1 I Go There Hi H the easiest way possible. If 'there." Lap- M pens to be a point in the East o- South- W east the Burlington's service is just M what you want. THRO' sleeping1 cars H to Denver and Chicago; also from Denver m, to Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City and M, St. Louis. Dining car service all the way K from Salt Lake City. The magnificent H scenery of the Rio Grande's line toDenver M Thoro oro other good features I should llko to toll you about. H I R. F. NESLEN, General Agent I I 79 West Second South St., Hi I Salt Lake City I s " H1 The Local Merchant Advertisers H Is tho beat judge of advertising generally find people who buy things H, , ... , 1 1 in the mot receptive mood in the H value of tho various weekly papers Barrounding8 of ftomo and Fttmily M tn this Oity. He puts his money especially ac 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 know this H...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

. '"" " ' J ! ; Vol. S; No. 18 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 13. 1906. Price 5 Cbntb I Mr, . , . ' FIRED BY A NEW HOPE . Tho recent success of the "Amer- lean, party has brought about a de- r elded and well defined chango In the k political aspect ot affairs in this state. Ex-Senator Kearns, notwlth- standing the most vehement denials, ils the leader, tho head and front of the "American" party. Since the election the press utterances and the . statements of Mr. Kearns himself must 5 have efaced from tho minds of tho . most credulous any Idea that there f was a distinction between tho Kearns party and the so-called "American" t party. Twelve months ago, yes six months ago, the political ambitions of Mr. Kearns wero considered dead. In the language of tho streets he was a dead duck In the political puddle, a "has been," a thing of tho past, so much so that ho had determined to i shake tho dust of ZIon from off his I foot and to bask among the orango S groves of California. Since then ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

2 TMUT Ml 1 1 TRUTHS. fl HJ That ex-Senator Kcarns Is rcorgan- ! Hi i'.ing his shattered forces and seeking J to attract to his standard others who weie his political onomles Is beyond doubt. In "acquiring" Judge Goodwin ob editor of the ex-senutor's evening H organ the Kcarns contingent hope H they have' made a coupe which will H bring to their support the large and H inlluentlal Gentile clement which re- H fused to bow the knee to the Ignorant Hj plutocratic miner. Mr. Goodwin has H really been In the Kearns camp for a Hl year. Why he went there we don't H know. What has happened to bring H about such n radical change of heart H we don't know. Kenrns has not 1, changed. He Is the snmo Kcarns with Hi the "undisciplined soul" and the llrm H belief In the power of pelf which H Goodwin used to write so sarcastically H about. Goodwin's denunciation ot H Kearns In the Tribune, then owned H by Mr. Lannan, the day nfter he H (Kcarns) was ulcctcd United States H senator stands as good and ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

! 'TRUTH. 3 ! EUROPEAN YELLOW JOURNALS. Yellow journalism In America pales Into nearly white when compared with the glaring yellowness of the I journals of Europe, especially of Franco and England. Highway robbery, burglary, almost ' murder, violation of laws of every kind, daring adventures, risk of their own lives and the lives of othors for j the sake of a "story," antagonisms or the police, fomentations of discord and revolt mark tho careers of the , newspaper men of Europe. Tho ef forts at yellowness and sensational ism of certain papers in tho Unltod States appear dull and lusterless com I pared with sending men to commit 3 grave crimes in order to get a story. I To get inside information on the ln- k tentlons of public ofllclals or other j personages whoso opinions or actions i are wanted by his paper tho Euro- J pcan reported will even go so far as j m. to secrete himself in tho homo or of I flee of that official for almost any fl length of time. A reporter of tho i Petit Pa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

If 4 TRUTH, fi gfg IN THE SOCIAL REALM fgg I Tho members of tho Twenty club I gave a dancing party Thursday even ly ing at tho Ladles' Literary club. Tho I chaperons wcro Captain and Mrs. S. P. Sturgls. A number of tho unlver Hi slty men gavo a dinner at tho club H tho same ovenlng, preceding tho Hi dance. H & & I; Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Cates re- H turned from a two weeks' visit In Now H' York and Boston on Saturday. Misses Ituth nnd Mary Klrkpatrlck Hj will leave on Monday for Louisville, HJ Ky., to visit with friends for a fow HJ weeks. Mrs. Moses Klrkpatrlck and HJ. Miss Moso Klrkpatrlck will leave for Jl Now York during tho coming week, J whero thoy will bo Joined by tho HJ Misses Klrkpatrlck about tho middlo HJ of February. H Miss Elizabeth Mclntyro is In Now HJ' York, tho guest of Mrs. David Ken- HJ nody. Miss Mclntyro will return to HY , the city early In February. HJ j jx & L I Mrs. John E. Woodward and Miss HJr Katherino Judge will leave next week Hjj for Fort L...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

id i I TRUTH. 5 I I VALUE OF BEAUTY. j (By Clinton Rogers "Woodruff, In tho Craftsman.) I Wo are taught in childhood that two 1 $ and two Invariably make lour, and tho practical man accepts It as an axiom. It has always seemed to me, however, that business is conducted on tho principal that two and two must make more than four, If it is to be consideredj successful. Certainly Commodore Vanderbllt got out of his investments considerably more than tho actual amount of money which he invested, in labor and material. Certainly Baron do Hirsch reaped more than the actual amount he in vested in his railroad enterprises. Certainly Mr. Rockefeller has demon strated time and time again that two and two, his brains and his Invcst '$' ments, can bo made to yield lntlnitely more than four. Indeed the whole theory of modern fortunes is based upon tho principle that two and two when properly added together repre sent a new iiguro vastly in excess of the old-fashioned four. !So in tho realm of civ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

6 TRUT M. I HI AMUSEMENTS H IT Salt Lake Theatre Still dark. I Orpheum Refined vaudeville, matl- - ' noo today, performance tonight. i Lyric 'Tho Jolly Girls," one week i i beginning with today's matinee. Jt Grand Gus Sun's Minstrels, matl- I neo today, porformanco tonight. Coming Attractions. Salt Lako Theatro "Tho Yankee Consul!" Savage Grand Opera com . pany, February 1-3. Tho threo Barrymores Ethel, John and Lionel havo syndicated their tal ents by making a trlplo appearance In ! "Allce-slt-by-tho-Plro." "WliIIo Barrio's latest comedy has not made tho Cri terion theatro ring down tho asbestos ' to prevent tho applauso from burning ' down tho house, yet tho Barrymoro family has been kindly received oven M In a play of dubious morlt It Is not i that Nqw Yorkers lovo Barrio less, I but Ethel Barrymoro. i, Just as I said, tho "Broadway Gaiety Girls" got tho crowds running down tho "Groat Whlto Way," and tho Lyric box offlqo did a moving picture stunt throughout the engagement. Man a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

I 1 J TRU TM, 7 2 Eiliblilhld 1864 W.P.KISER.Mgr. I Henry J 3 Wagener i i Brewing 2 S Co- 3 I LAGER BEER & PORTER" l ? 2 Special attention given to bottled . beer for family trade. Free J ! delivery to all parts of ! the city. 2 2 office : 5 74. E 3T FIRST SOUTH PHONE 218. S ftftftftftftftftftftft 1 Dove the Emblem of Love. Tho Russian namo for "darling" la "my little dovo;" and this same Idea of a cuddling, meek, and cooing crea- ' ture as love's delight runs through all oriental poetry. Again and again It recurs In the Song of Solomon. i Indians Speak Turkish Language. Tho Paris Figaro gives currency to i the statement of somo Mexican stu dents that they havo discovered Turk 1 Ish to he tho language spoken by cer tain Indian tribes In their country. Where Dickens Found Inspiration. I At Barnard Castle, In Durham, Charles Dickens found the ground- -work of "Nicholas NIckleby." ORPHEUM ! MODERN VAUDEVILLE i Entrance on State Street I Both Phones 3o69 Week CommendngMonday, Januar...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

If 8 TRUTH. TRUTM If 1 1 InuoJ Weekly by I" I Truth Publishing Company. I i Western Newspaper Union Dulldlnc;, 211 i South West Temple Street, : Salt Lake City lr 1 I ) John W. Hughes, Editor andManagar Hi . Hi Entered June 19, 1901, at Salt Lake City, Utah I as seoond-class matter under aot of Congress ot Maroh 3, 1879' Hi Tarms of Subscription. l ONG YttAH In ndvanoe) $2.00 SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 l THREE MONTHS (In advanoe) 75 J Poitmaateri sendlngsubscrlpttons to TRUTH J may retain 25 peroentof subscription price J as oomraluion. J; If the paper It not desired beyond the date J; subscribed for, the publication should be J i notified by letter two weeks or more before J I the term expires. HJ Discontinuances. Hi Remember that the publisher must be notl- a" fled by letter when a subscriber wishes his I paper stopped; all arrears must be paid In J I full. He Rsquestsof subscribers to hare their paper Ha mailed to a new address, to secure atten- HP tlon, must mention former as ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

BBbbbbbbBbBbbBbBJBbBBbBbbbbbmbbBBBbBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb" 3B TRUTH, ? . I VALUE OF BEAUTY. (Continued from page 5) the ncstliGtio effect of artistic sur roundings, but tho railroads, restaur ants, factories, insurance companies, warehouses, manufacturers, are awak g cning to the fact that art is a stock asset for a business from a' commer cial point of view. Walk along the streets of Now York and you will see building after building, cither erected or in courso of erection, a credit to tho life of tho city, to tho business which It houses, and to tho architect who conceived it. Somo of the most notable structures of recent years have been those put up for lifo in surance companies, for tho theatres, , for tho railroads. Tho Improvements '3i which the Pennsylvania Kallroad is J erecting in Washington will not only !J bo commodious for tho patrons of tho ' road, but will constitute a part of tho 2 great civic plan of Burnham, Olmsted and their confreres. Ono of tho most important and val...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

P 10 T FtU TM, (IN THE SOCIAL REALM Mrs. Joseph Dledrich lclt tor the coast Tuesday evening. Cards nrc out for the marriage of , Miss Elizabeth Cosgrlff and William B'l Edward Fife. Tho date set Is Wed- nosday, January 24, and tho wedding mt will bo an elaborate homo affair to H t which a largo number of tho friends of J tho two young people aro bidden. IF H''' Tho regular meeting of tho Ladles' M Literary club Friday afternoon was In i chargo of tho Shakespeare section, H nnd some leadings fiom tho plays Vt studied were given by tho members. M Tho songs of Shakespeare wero sung M by Mrs. Alfred Peters and Miss Ju- M dlth Evans was the accompanist. K Mr. and Mrs. W. 1'. Klsor, who have l spent tho holidays with friends In tho V cast, aro again homo. ' Mrs. J. S. Lakln of Palo Alto, for- , mcrly a resident of Salt Lako, Is hero H vlHlting her sister, Miss .Tcsslo Drow Mf nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Hal W. K; Brown. Mrs. G. M. Holley of Lena, vji 111., another sister, Is also with Mis...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

1 TRUTH. 11 I WA8 MISTAKEN A3 TO "JIMMY." Andrew Lang Tells of a Queer Psycho, logical Experience. Andrew Lang relates a curious psychological experience of his own j In connection with temporary hallu cination. "I was on the platform of a I little country station," ho says, "when I met a son of the house at which I was going to stay. He Is a young -. man very well ltnown to me, of a rud dy complexion. I said, 'Hullo, Jim my!' or words to that effect, using the familiar form of his Christian name, and shook hands -.Jt.'i him. "A few minutes later I saw Ms father beside nie and remarked that y ' I had not seen him before 'Yes, you i did,' said the sire, 'and .you called me j Jimmy. Now tho father Is four VJ m Inches taller than the son (G feet 4 1 ijv Inches), Is not of a ruddy complexion. and, of course, Is many years older. "Yet I could have sworn In any court of Justice that I had just spoken to and shook hands with Jimmy, who at tho moment was at homo, a dis tance of nearly a mil...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

If 12 TRU T H, i II EPHRIAM KELLY. In tho city jail nt Salt Lake thcro paBscd away what might havo been n II great man In moro ways than one, ox- II cept for tho sinister effects of that ells- III tilled liquor wo call alcohol Old Eph HI Kelly. B Ho died in tho only homo ho had Hi , known for years, surrounded by ofll- H cers of tho law, who had lod him back HV to his domicilo many, many times, I If! when tho Jag ho acquired was too Hi great for him to carry around tho ITl streets. !IIo was a kind-hearted chap, was ,1 this fellow Kolly, and although ho had tho most absorbing appotlto for liquor . over awarded to a mortal man, ho I wasn't at all bad. Ho was a good workman in his lino and might havo F distinguished himself had ho so elect- mi cd- WoJ, Now, this story is not written for kj'J tho purposo of going into a rhapsody HJj.. over tho poor old chap who has passod Hj Into tho great peace, but is merely put HJiS on paper for tho purpose, of directing Vjl nttcntlon to tho fact tha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

TRUTH. 13 i Lawyer's Directory. For handy reference, Truth prints the list of Salt Lake'B practicing 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. Anderson, J. R. 58 Hooper Block. Anderson, T. J. 68 Hooper Block. Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Bloc'" Backman, G. H. 32 Main St. Bailey, J. H. Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Blk. Blldg. 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 BIdg. S Booth, Lee & Ritchie 500 Auorbach. Boswell, Win. 401 McCornlck Block. Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building. fc- Bowdle, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. r Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker. V Boyd, C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. I Bradley & RIschel 300 Atlas Block. Braffet, M. P. 517 Dooly Block. Bramel, W. H. 401 Auerbach Block Breeden & Farnsworth 311 D. F. Walker. Brothers, M. R. 69 Com'l. Block. Bro...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

1 14 TROTH. W it pear within twenty days after tho sor- V vice of this summons upon you, If Iff served within tho county In which l this action Is brought, otherwise, with ll In thirty days after service, and de ll fond the abovo untitled action, and in 1 1 case of your failure so to do, judg Mf ment will bo rendered against you ac Ijl cording to tho demand of tho com Hi rlaint, of which a copy is herewith i' solved upon you. That tho substance of the allega ta ns of the complaint aro as follows: T "t the said plaintiffs arc tho own- ers In the possession and entitled to the possession of tho Saturn lode mln- Ilng olnlm, designated by tho surveyor gpnpriM as Lot No 1(52, situate In tho Wast Mountain Mining district, Salt I.nko county, State of Utah. That tho defendant, Asa Phillip St-inford, at one tlmo held a portion of tho title to said mining claim In his name, in trust, however, for cer- H! tain pcrEOiiB residing in Great Brit- Hi aln; that he resigned his trusteeship Hi several...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

THE PURSUIT OF PERFECTION. Men of Culture True Apostles of Equality, Says Matthew Arnold. The pursuit of perfection, then, is the pursuit of sweetness and light. Ho who works for sweetness nnd light, O works to make reason and the will of God prevail. Ho who works for ma chinery, he who works for hatred, works only for confusion. Culture looks heyond machinery; culturo hates hatred; culture has ono great paBsion, for sweetness and light, and one even yet greater, the passion for making them prevail. It seeks to do away with classes; to make the best that has been known and taught In l tho world current everywhere; to make nil men live In an atmosphere of Bweetncss and light where they fc may use Ideas, as It uses them itself r freely nourished, and not bound by ? them. This Is the social Idea, and tho men of culture nro the truo apostles of equality. Matthew Arnold. o Strange Gi'st at State House. When Dr. Frank A. Hill was secre tary of tho state board of education a dark-skinned s...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 13 January 1906

m W ' 16 TROTH. 1 I- Go There 1 1 the easiest way possible. If 'there" hap- m pens to be a point in the East or South- 1 east the Burlington's service is just J what you want. THRO' sleeping- cars l to Denver and Chicago; also from Denver If to Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City and If St. Louis. Dining car service all the way 1 1 from Salt Lake City. The magnificent It scenery of the Rio Grande's line toDenver If Tlioro nro other good fenturcs Hi I should like to toll you about. 1 R. F. NESLEN, General Agent I 79 West Second South St., I Salt Lake City I J' M The Local Merchant Advertisers Ib the beat judge of advertising generally Ond people who buy things , :, , i , in the mot receptive mood in the value of the various weekly papers BUrr0Unding8 of fiomo and Family In this Oity. He pnta his money especially at evening, when there is H whoro it pays best The best paper leisure and inclination for reading; for him is tho best paper for tho experienced advertisers know this , . , ., and...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

i. . i ! Vol. 5; No. 19 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 20, 1906. Price 5 Cents l I BUILDING UP ANOTHER MACHINE I i It is every day becoming raoro and more evident that the object of tho jl "American" party which now controls k tho destinies of tho municipality Is to build up a powerful political machine, 1 and as ex-Senator Koarns Is the lcad- R er and chief financier of tho "Ameri- can" party It Is reasonably certain it' that tho machine will bo operated in( tho Interest of Mr. Kearns ambition to regain his seat in tho United States ( senate. Almost without exception tho host of now appointments which have boen made by Mayor Thompson aro , pronounced Kearns sympathizers. Tho now men glvon places on tho police I? forco by Chief Sheets also bear tho 1 Kearns brand, and tho samo Is true of I tho appointees in othor departments. 1 That tho fire department will bo rc- ; organized on tho same plan goes with out saying. It Is said that when all the contemplated changes in tho per sonnel of...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

l TRUT M. CHARGING WHAT THE TRAFFIC WILL BEAR. it i Tin most cogent nrgumcnt agaln3t ' government rate-making for railways Is set frrth by Mr. H. T. Newcomb In n pamphlet lately published In Wash- ' ington, says a writer In Harper's. The ! author goes to the root of the matter 1 ' by expounding the real significance of S. the phrase, "Charging what the traf- ftv ' flc will bear," a phrase which, for one H V reason or another seems to havo ac- '-I quired an Ill-repute. As President A. Bl j T. Hadloy has pointed out, charging B what the trafllc will bear Is a very dlf- , ferent thing from charging whit tho I traffic will not boar. ApplIoJ Intelll H gently, tho principle adjusts burdens H where they can bo best borne, and do H volops a vast amount of business H which otherwise could not exist. Mr. W. M. Acworth, tho highest English H authority on railway economics, tes- tlfles In "Tho Elements of Rnllwiv H ; Economics," a book published in 1005, B that charging what tho truffle will B ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

1 T R U X H . 1 o S SECRETARY ROOT FOR PRESI DENT. Harper's Weekly thinks Secretary Root will be the next Republican presidential candidate and gives Its reasons for so thinking as follows: ty "Every day that passes Increases the anxiety of politicians with regard to the outcome of the general election In November of the current year. It is the general Impression at the south, as well as at the north, that If Mr. Roosevelt were to bo a candidate for the presidency next autumn It would be useless to put up any one against him. But 1908 Is two years farther off and nobody doubts the sincerity of Mr. Roosevelt's declaration that un der n6 circumstances will ho then be a candidate to succeed himself. In the ancient and medieval world it seldom happened that a great man or wonderfully successful man was ablo to transmit undiminished his power to a desired successor. The so-called "Dladochi," or successors of Alexan der, are tho classic examples of deca dence and disintegration. Tho death...

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