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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

1' TRUTH. ' I I 0' I I "f IN THE SOCIAL REALM gfgg In Miss Laura Sherman was tho hostess H Tuesday at a luncheon for twolvo HJ given In compliment to Miss Elizabeth K) ,i Cosgrlff at tho University club. Tho Hrn guests woro Miss Cosgrlff, Mrs. J. B. H. ' Cosgrlff, Miss Gertrudo McGrath, Miss Maudo Fitch, Miss Lillian Fitch, l Miss Leta McMillan, Miss Amy Sher- l man, Mrs. J. C. Taylor, Mrs. Charles H Wilkes, Mrs. Ralph Prltchard and Mrs. H i Gcorgo Jay Gibson. wit & H, i Mrs. Leon Sweet entertained about H fourteen of her friends Tuesday at a H luncheon at tho Commercial club In H honor of her guest, Miss Flora Wor- H tholmor of Birmingham, Ala., and of H , Miss Juliet Marks, whoso engagement H was recently announced. Tho other guests woro: Mrs. Mary Ganz, Mrs. B Edward Roscnbnum, Mrs. Adolph SI- K mon, Miss Lottio Oborndorfcr, Miss H Fuchgott, Mrs. Lauicr, Miss Helen Co- ' hen, Miss Martha Waters, Miss Dora Weil, Miss Elizabeth Wcltz and Miss H Bcal Rothschild. B Mr. and Mrs. E...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

It TTMUTM. 5 I I Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Leman of Butte, Mont., were guests in the city Wednes day, en route to Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Peck will entertain at cards tomorrow evening. j she will visit with friends for several ' ' weeks. J J Miss Alleen Yard of Denver is the guest of Miss June Whlttomoro. Mr. and Mrs. Clement It. Froth of Denver are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevenson. it J Mrs. J. J. Carpenter was a guest In the city Wednesday on her way to the coast; o Criticism of Education. Kentok Horl, the Japanese mission- ary, was criticising education in tho " Occident. "A western education," he said "lays too much stress on dates, facts, general information all thoso things that one can look up In a jiffy in tho encyclopedia. "The oriental education Is better in that it deals only in such things as develop the mind, leaving general in formation quite alone. "Of what great good Is general in formation, after all? T .e futility of much of It was brought out tho ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

HI 6 M .i I.. ..- ,.- .,,,,, .,,,,.,.. , . ' 1 ' r. U Jw. - - - . I ggjg AMUSEMENTS IH If Salt Lake theater Still dark. HK Orphoum Refined vaudeville; mat- Kl, ,'H inee today; performance tonight. HI 71 Lyrlo theater "Dreamland Bur-HU- lesquers," one week, beginning with HI today's matlnco. HJt Coming Attractions. HH Salt Lake theater Charles B. Han Hi ford: "Woodland," "Yankee Consul"; H ' Savage Grand Opora company. J i Florence Roberts and "Ann La- ' mont," owing to numerous differences j t at various box offices, dissolved part ncrshlp somo time ago. When Ann Lamont" was first produced at the Salt Lake theater I said, plainly i enough, that Mr. Armstrong's play would not weather the storm. "Ann Lamont" died a lingering box offlco death beforo unappreclatlvo audiences 1 i , omiti Mr. Court noured out j money lavishly, but .he could not float the dramatic wreck. Miss Roberts ' did all her actress arts could do, but neither art nor effort could substitute j blood for sawdust The fa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

ssss TRUTH. 7 m J Ellibllshtil 1864 W.P.KISER.Mgr. 5 Henry 5 S Wagener B S Brewing 5 S Co. I I "Tagerbeer & porter" I 9 J m Special attention given to bottled J it beer for family trade. Free ' delivery to all parts of m v the city. -9 c J office: J 74 C ST FIRST SOUTH PHONE 218. W VERDI'S POPULAR "RIGOLETTO" IN ENGLISH. Although Wagner's operas ars rap idly taking the lead in this country Henry W. Savago does not IntenJ that Wagner shall monopolize h' er fcrts until next season, when it la de signed tD send out the famoii3 En llsh-singing company In a complete repertory of German opera. This wll Include not only "Lohengrin," "Tann hauser" and "The Valkyrie,' b i pos sihly two other grat representatives fram the trilogy In "Siegfried" and "Dh Gotterdammerun-," and more than HkPly an English production of "Dh Melsterslnger." In the meantime tV gret popular ity of the tuneful Italian an I French operas will never permit them to be neglected for long, as shown by the ORPHEUM MODERN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

8 TRUT H. TRUT-V ftiued Weekly by Truth Publishing Company. Westorn Newspnpor Union Hulldlng, 211 South West Templo Struct, Salt Lake City John W. Hughes, Editor andManagor Entered June 19, 190-1, at Salt Lake City, Utah a second-class matter under aot of Coucress of Maroh 3, 1879- Terms of Subscription. ONB YKAR In advance) $2.00 SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 THREE MONTHS (In advanco) 75 v i Postmasters sendlnc subscriptions to TRUTH Jt' may retain 25 per cout of subscription prlco f' as commission. , It the paper is not desired beyond the date subscribed for, the publication should be , notified by letter two weeks or more before f the term expires. ) ! Discontinuances. ' Remember that the publisher must bo noti fied by letter when a subscriber wishes his paper stopped; all arrears must be paid in , l I Requests of subscribers to have their paper mailed to a now address, to secure atton- I tlon, must mention former as well as pres- 4 ent address. ! Address all communications to TRU...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

TRUT M. ? I studies tho combinations after they are once laid In their respective places It will bo easy to toll the fortune. So highly interesting do the little cards become and at times run so true to life, that tho most skeptical muses and wonders if thero Is anything in what - tho cards say. 5 n LOS ANGELES letter. Los Angeles, Jan. 1C. Tho topography of Los Angeles is qulto different from what I expected. Save in tho business centers the city is built mostly on hills and table lands that gradually reach back to tho mountains. Tho business portion of the city is well built up with elegant business blocks of which wo have none to comparo in Salt Lake. There are many elegant and costly resi dences in certain localities of tho city, but as yet I have seen none hero that Vj approach In architectural beauty J many of our own on Brigham street. di Residences here arc mostly built of 11 lumber or terra cota, and In unique )" architectural designs distinctively characteristic of souther...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

w I 10 TRU TM, I IN THE SOCIAL REALM Miss Gertrude McGrath entertained i Miss El'zabeth Cosgriff's bridesmaids i, at luncheon Thursday. Covers were laid for Mrs. William Rose, Mrs. George Jay Gibson, Mrs. Charles Wilkes, Mrs. James B. Cosgrlff, Miss , Cosgrlff, Miss Elizabeth Cosgrlff , Misses Lillian and Maud Fitch, Miss Laura Sherman. Miss Catherlno Halght, for a num ber of yoarr i teacher at Rowland f hall, but now of Now York, is In the city on a visit. During her stay hero Miss Halght Is a guest of Mrs. Marth i Watson, 131 Third East street. J. An Informal hop was given at the fort Thursday evening. Mrs. Edwin O. Saunders entertained at a bridge tea Friday afternoon In honor of her mother, Mrs. Hecter Lane, who will bo a guest nt tho post for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Dorn will bo In their now homo, corner of U and Brlgham streets, after next Monday. For tho past six weoks Mr. and Mrs. Dern havo been tho guests of Mr. and I Mrs. William H. Mclntyre. The marriage of M1...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

I TR.U T M, : 11 I HERE AND THERE. m Women and men of society who sing In the streets and glvo the pro I ceeds to charity, says Town Topics, are the last London vogue, and somo of the quartets made from ?200 to I $250 a night during the Chrlstmas 7. t,d0 Cities differ. Four of tho best I singers In New York I do not say they were Nordlca, Walker, Plancon, Caruso left a supper party at Del monlco's about midnight to warblo along Fifth and Madison avenuo3 on wagers of flowers and Rulnart as to the sum of their receipts. They re turned In less than an hour with no money, but with much indignation at a deaf or unmusical policeman, who had ordered them to "Shut up and movo on." I Young Rockefeller has tho cheek to levy a tax of IB cents a week on tho members of his advertising Bible I' M class to defray tho $800 a year ex- penses for hall hire ho furnishes the gas gratis. His excuse for this tax Is that it makes the young men feel i independent. If they were truly Inde pendent they would...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

12 TRUTH, . RATE MAKING IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. , t Speaking before the Philosophical club of Denver, W. W. Baldwin said: "There is a plan for government rate-making. Us advocates protest that It is only intended to be a little plan to bo used in a small way, but all C agree that It is a government plan. 2 The exercise of rate-making by the government Is not now to tho world, although it Is now to tho United States, Germany does it. France does It. Russia does it. Austria does It. Tho government owns tho railroads In Germany, In Russia and in Australia, and controls them in Franco. Com merce is commerce, whether carried on by tho German, the Frenchman or tho American. "How does government rate-making work in thoso countries, compared with commercial rate-making In this country? Which produces tho more reasonable rates? Which causes the least of unjust discrimination? Which most develops and prospers tho Indus tries of tho people? Which tends to mako rato making less a question of pol...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

1 1 TRUTH. 13 I l Lawyer's Directory. I For handy reference, Truth prints the list of Salt Lake's practicing I lawyers, with their addresses. If any I names are omitted, or If there are any L errors in the list, corrections and ad- W dltlons will be made on receipt of noti fication. 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. Blldg. Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. Barker, P. B. 145 4th Street. Barnes, A. R. 212 S. Main. Bennett & Bierer 163 S. Main. Bird. W. H. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. Booth, Lee & Ritchie 500 Auerbach. Boswell. Wm. 401 McCornlck Block. Botkin, Theo. 153 Keith Building. Bowdle, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. Bowman, J. M 431 D. F. Walker. f Boyd, C. W. 604 McCornlck Block. m Bradley & Rischol 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...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

H TROT M. 3B served upon you. Said complaint sots Rll forth that the plaintiffs are tho own- Ml crs of real property situated in Salt M Lako City, County of Salt Lake, State of 'Utah, lying and being in the City of Salt Lake, County of Salt Lake, State of Utah, and a part of lot one (1), block twenty-nine (29), plat F, W Salt Lake City survey and bounded 'ro and described as follows: )ja Commencing at tho southeast cor- IMS ner of said lot ono (1), block twenty- m nine (20), plat F, Salt Lake City sur- M voy, and running thenco north ten (10) rods, thenco west one hundred and ten (110) feet, thenco south ten M (10) rods, thenco east ono hundred I and ten (110) feot to tho placo of bo il ginning; subject, however, to a right )1 " of way over tho north flvo (P) .foot ot said described land. n That tho plaintiffs aro tho owners H of, and that they and their prodeces- M sors in interest have been in tho con- j tinuous, peaceable and uninterrupted H seven (7) years prior to tho com- JH m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

i 1 il 6ENT ALL NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS I Official Business Not Hinted at In I Communication. When It was first arranged, nearly fifty years ago, to have postmasters I send In quartorly reports many queer t documents wore received. One, which Is still on file in the postofflce de partment, came from the little town of Waterford, 111., and is as follows: "July the 9, 1856 Musr Jlraes bu chanan. President of United States Dear Sur: Bean required by the in' structlons of the postofco to report quarterly, I now foolflll ' lat pleasin' duty by roportin' as follows: The Harvestln' has been goin' on pretty well and most of the nab'irs havo got thur cuttin' about dun, wheet Is hardly an average crop, on rollln' lans corn is yellowish, and won't cut more than ten to fifteen booshlls to the oklr and the helth of the comitt'e Is only tol- erbly meeslls and colery hav broke out In about 2 and a half miles of hear I thalr are a lowerful awaken on the subjes of re gin in the potts nabur hood and more s...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 20 January 1906

1(1 , 16 TROTH. !? ' ' T Our Whole Story i In A Nut-Shell I S Standard Sleeping Cars leave Salt Lake City every I 1 day at 3:50 p. m., going- thro' to Chicago via Denver. B 1 1 Excursions in Tourist Sleeping Cars, personally con- Wj, ducted, leave Salt Lake City for Chicago Thursdays, I "' Fridays, Saturdays at 8 p. m.; for St. Louis, Fridays. t ; Tourist Sleeping Cars, not personally conducted, I a leave Salt Lake City for Chicago every day at 8:50 a. m. f I All are thro' cars, routed via the Scenic Rockies and Denver. 1 1 Shall I give you more of the details? H mll' r1 f IKMflMHM R F NESLEN General Agent, I r UlllllllllUtHUl 79 W. Second South Street, Salt Lake City. r jgjjjj B t I The Local Merchant Advertisers la the beat judge of advertising generally find people who buy things 1. , . ., J ," . , in the mot receptive mood in the I value of tho various weekly papers 8arroundlngs of Home and Family Hg In this Oity. He puts his money especially at evening, when there is Hf where i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

'SEE EUROPE IF YOU WILL, BUT SEE AMERICA FIRST" I Vol. 5; No. 20 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 27, 1900. Price 5 Cests H THE FEDERAL APPOINTMENTS Tho appointment by President Roosevelt of William Spry as United States marshal to succeed Ben D. Heywood had the effect of a bombshell among tho anti-Mormon curbstone pol iticians and their organ, the Salt Lake Tribune. The aforesaid curbstone pol iticians held little meetings hero and there and breathed slaughter and ut ter destruction to the president be cause their man, Ben, had ben let out and a Mormon, tho only Mormon In forty years, had been appointed Unit ed States marshal for Utah. It was, they said, an unpardonable outrage. They would not stand it, they would appeal to Granny Burrows over In Washington and Freddy Dubois and have the cousmmatlon of the outrage stopped. They knew that the senate would not confirm the appointment if Burrows and Dubois told them not to do so. Tho organ of the malcontents and tho malcontents themselve...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

I I 2 TRUTH. sssai I TRUTHS. I Tho Tribuno states that it does not I approve of tho ousting of Bon Hoy- I wood. How strange! I Tho mourning of Itachol over tho I loss of her children is not a clrcum- I stance compared with tho walling and H gnashing of tho Trlbuns over tho loss of "Broncho Ben." M 3 H "Calamity upon calamity follows in tho wako of Smoot's sonatorshlp," says tho Tribuno. Tho fosclliforous H editor Is no doubt dreaming of the time when Col. Bill Nelson will hit I tho coiling. The Tribuno says "Mr. HoywcoJ is I a bettor Republican than Mr. Spry." I The difference, however, i3 that Spn I has got tho marshalshlp, belongs to I tho regular Republican organization I and is a supporter of President Roose I velt, while Hoywood has got left, 13 v I satcllto of Tom Kcarns, and a mem I ber of a party without "prMe of ances H try or hope of posterity." I Tho leaders of tho so-called Amerl- I can party have becomo alarmol over tho report that tho next leglslaturr H would be called...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

ss TRUTH. 3 j MONEY ORDER FRAUDS, FORGER IES, AND EMBEZZLEMENTS. (By Henry A. Castle, In Harper's Weekly.) The Issue and payment of postal money orders Involve cash transac ts tlons aggregating nearly $1,000,000,000 per annum. This almost Inconceiv able sum Is received and paid out by the postmasters of the country In amounts averaging less than eight dol lars for each transaction. Innumer able mistakes necessarily occur in the performance of these operations. And human naturo being weak, temp tations strong, and opportunities nu merous, a wldo field Is offered for the exercise of criminal propensities. For 1 gerles, false impersonations, thefts, and many other varieties of fraud are constantly perpetrated; defalcations and embezzlements of money order funds by postmasters are of dally oc g) currenco. It is believed that no other function undertaken by the national government opens so wide an avenue for pecuniary risks and losses. Stealing money order blanks from postofllces, fillin...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

TRUTH. I gUi IN THE SOCIAL REALM HH HJ Tho society event of the week was HJ tho wedding of MIsh Elizabeth Cos- griff nnd Mr. William E. Fife, which HJ occurred on Wednesday evening at tho HJ home of tbo brldo's parents, Mr. nnd J Mrs. J. B. Cosgriff, on Drlgham street. HJ The ceremony was in nccordanco with HJ tho rites of tho Catholic church, with HJ nishop Scanlan officiating. Tho wed HJ ding wns ono of tho most elaborate HJ that over occurred In Salt Lako. Thb HJ bride's maids wcro Misses Lillian HJ Fitch, Laura Sherman, Eugenia Mil HJ lcr and Gortrudo McGrath. Frank W. HJ Cantwoll was best man. Tho house HJ was a perfect bower of floral beauty HJ nnd the bride and her attendants wore HJ most exquisitely gowned, tho utmost. HJ good taste being shown. M Mrs. Gcorgo Jay Gibson and Mrs. HJ William Rose served punch In the din- HJ lng room. Mrs. Jnmcs D. Cosgriff. HJ Miss Cosgriff and the Misses Pearl M and Georgia Snvago assisted in re- HJ celvlng the guests. Chrlstcnscn's or- M che...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

T H.U X H. I tees to look Into the secret slanders and devilfish literature that is being sent out by the Ministerial association to injure Utah and keep out capital, settlers and tourists, and then without fear or favor publish their reports to tho world they will do more to adver tise Utah and put it right than any jp' method they have yet employed. As long as Salt Lake has such dealers In slanders, falsehoods and scurlllty as tho Gentile Bureau of Information and tho Salt Lako Tribune the people should rise up against them as thev would against a gang of thugs, pick pockets and thieves. Yours truly, V. S. PEET. INVOLVES RATES ON WATER ROUTES. What safe and uniform basis Is it possible that congress can adopt for ascertaining rates on all Interstate railroads that are just, uniform an ' reasonable? If the cost to tho carrier of the prop erty and appliances and of the skill and labor of tho persons necessirllv employed In tho work of transporta tion is to be mado tho basis or rnllr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

I I 6 TRUTH. I i AMUSEMENTS JUT1 M Salt Lako Theatre "Woodland," HB matlnco today, performance tonight. HH Orphcum Ileflned vaudeville, matl- HH nco today, porformanco tonight. H Lyric "Innocent Maid," ono week H beginning with today's matineo. H Coming Attractions. M Salt Lako Theatre. "Yankeo Con- H sill," Savage English Grand Opera H company. H Our old frlond Charles B. Hanford H has como and gono, rattling tho china- H waro in tho classic closet and oven H breaking some of It into little pieces H very, very little pieces. H I have often wondered why an actor H of Mr. Hanford's robust personally H and penchant for robustness of speech H novor got into romantic drama the H sword and plumo variety and re- B mained there. As It is, Mr. Shako M spcaro and Mr. Hanford aro at an un- 1 happy variance. Hanford possesses M neither tho dramatic tomporament 1 nor tho actor arts to depict tho moods fl of Shakespearian drama. Ho has im- M proved since wo saw him last Indeed, M ho is sinccro a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

TRUTH. 7 I m 4 Establish) 1864 W. P. KISER. Mjr. m I Henry jj s Wagener Brewing 5 Co. S I TaGERBEER & PORTER i v m m Special attention given to bottled beer for family trade. Free delivery to all parts of the city. c m oFFice: J, 4E ST FIRST SOUTH Jj K phone aia. D K)llKftftftftaitftlftftftKftft IN THE SOCIAL REALM - D. E. Burloy cntertalnol nt d'nna Thursday evening at tin Alta club In compliment to A. L. Craig, super'n tendent of the Orcon Railroad an ' Navigation company at Portlanl an J Mrs. Craig, who ara In the city. Tln present to meet Mr. an I Mr?. Craig were Mr. and Mr3. '. F. Penton, C. S. Fee, traffic manager of tin Sou hern Pacific; W. Francl3 Pierce, represent ing Governor George C. Par lee of Cal Ifornla at tin "3e America" conven tion, and F. C. Schramm. I Tin ladles' Literary club hell Its re-ul-r meeting Fridav aftermoa at the club h-usc. Miss Alice Callawnv read a p'pT on "China and Pottery" and Mrs. Frank C. Kehey g-va some readings from Browning. Mrs. Ed ward...

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