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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

Hi I TRUTH. '. I TRUTA H Issued Weekly by H Truth Publishing Company. M Wostorn Newspaper Union Dulldliic, 211 South West Templo Street, ! Salt Lako City li John W. Hughs, Editor andManagor H Entered June 19, 190:1, at Salt Lake City, Utah B as snoond-class matter under aot of Congress of Mareh 3. 1879' M Tarms of Subscription. ONR YKAIt In advance) $2.00 SIX MONTHS (In aiivanoo) 1.00 THRBB MONTHS (In advance) 75 H Postmasters tendlngsubscriptlous to TRUTH M may retain 25 per cent of subscription price M as oommluion, M , If the paper Is not desired beyond the date M subscribed for, the publloatlou should bo M notliled by letter two weeks or more before H thotorm expires. H Discontinuances. Remember that tho publisher must bo notl- M fled by totter whon a subscriber wishes his Faper stopped; all arrears must be paid in ull. M Requests of subscribers to liavo their paper B mailed to a new address, to socuro attcu- H tlon, must mention former as well as prcs- H ent address. H Address ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

TRUTM- 9 I class buys brains as It buys labor and by this Investment It secures a huge part of the wealth produced. We common persons can hire the same brains and the same labor and, m common persons, enjoy the wealth that now goes to the parasitic class. B If wo have education enough we will be able to grasp such a simple propo sition as this. "QUIEN SADE." u HOW BARTCH DISMAYED THE BAR. 'fci Chief Justice Dartch gave the mem- Mr bers of the bar and the public gener- ii ally a great shock a few days ago. ljj The learned Judge actually permitted t It to be given out through the newspa pers that he was going to resign with in thirty days. Tho bar not only of Salt Lake, but of tho entire state, was In consternation, and with one voice begged tho chief justice to temper justice with mercy by not resigning. It Is even Intimated that Arthur Brown, P. L. Williams and other prom inent attorneys prostrated themselves In the dust before the great jurist and beseached him with tears In their ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

io TRU TH. i H 1 A NEW PLAN FOR REGULATING B TRUSTS. H In tho current number of tho North H American Review a new plan for regu- H latlng the trusts Is propounded by Mr. H John P. Cronan, a natlvo of Boston, H who has been a member of the Suffolk H bar for a quarter of a century. Tho H article deserves tho widespread atten- H tlcn which It has received. Instead H of scraping the surface, It goes to the H root of tho matter. It proposes, not a H palliative, but a remedy; or rathor It H offers the ounce of prevention which H Is proverbially better than a pound of H cure. The author begins by Inquiring, H What are the evils from which the H peoplo suffer, or think they suffer, H through tho great agglomerations of H capital to which wo give tho name of H trusts? Ho enumerates them in what H ho believes to bo tho order of im- H pcrtanco to-wit, first, ovorcapltallza- H ticn; secondly, the protection afforded H the trusts through the tariff; thirdly, H tho lack of any substantial or unif...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

,.,k. n A VICTORY FOR SENATOR SMOOT. The appointment of Hon. "William Spry as United States marshal for Utah by President Roosevelt Is con ceded to be a decided setback ta the antl-Smoot forces. The writhing of the Tribune over the appointment shows the temperament of the editor to bo similar to that of a wounded rattlo snake. Its personal attack on Senator Sutherland for endorsing Mr. Spry Is scandalous and In keeping with the general reputation of that paper. The statement of the Tribune that Senator Smoot had dono tho very worst thing his opponents said he could do In the appointment of Mr. Spry is ridiculous and fully contra dicted by tho heated temper displayed in Its editorial columns. Why all this anger of tho Tribune over tho ap pointment of William Spry? Is Mr. f Spry an apostle or a member of tho w so-called hierarchy of tho Mormon church? Tho Tribune knows ho is not Has not tho Tribune stated almost daily that it had no enmity toward any man becauso he was a Mormon? Was i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

I 12 TRU T M, I "Boss" Is From the Dutch. H "Boss" Is merely another spelling H for tho Dutch "baas," and Dartlett's H "Dictionary of Americanisms" records I that tho proper pronunciation of tho H "o" in "boss" Is llko that of the "a" I In "all." Originally In Dutch 'baas" H seems to havo meant uncle, cousin H or kinsman, In general. Then, bo- H causo the master of a house might bo H regarded as tho principal kinsman of H Its Inmates, tho word came to bo used H of him. 'De vrouw is do baas" Is a H Dutch domestic proverb "tho tflfo Is H the boss." H Evidently Written by a Bachelor. H Tho generous, open-hearted man- H ncr In which wives sacrifice their hus- H bands clothing In order to relievo the H distress of others has always been a H prominent trait In tho feminine char- H actcr, equaled only by their neglect H to mako similar contributions from H their own wardrobe. Pittsburg Ga- H zette. B Belva Lockwood's Legal Victories. Mrs. Bolva Lockwood had an Im- M portant part in settlin...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

i TRUTH, f I i mi i i I Lawyer's 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 w 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. 58 Hooper Block. Armstrong, S. P. 123 Com'l. Bloc' Backman, G. H. 32 Main St. Bailey, J. H. Jr., 7 Des. Ntl. Blk. Blidg. Baldwin, Chas. 74 Com'l. Block. Barker, P. B. 145 4th Street. Barnes, A. It. 212 S. Main. Bennett & Blerer 1C3 S. Main. Bird. W. H. 400 Scott-Strevell Bldg. Booth, Lee & Ritchie 500 Auorbach. Boswell, Win. 401 McCornlck Block. Botkln, Theo. 153 Keith Building. Bowdle, J. R. 82 Com'l. Block. 1 Bowman, J. M. 431 D. F. Walker. Boyd, C. W. G04 McCornlck Block. 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. Brown, A...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

I 14 TRUTH. I Judicial district of tbo Stato of Utah, I County of Salt Lako, Leonora Mary I Capllngcr, plaintiff, vs. Robert F. I Capllngcr, defendant. Summons. The Stato of Utah, to the said de I fendiint: I You aro hereby summoned to appear I with twenty days after tho service of B this summons upon you, it served H within tho county in which this ac- I tlon Is brought, otherwise, within I thirty days after servlco, and defend H tho abovo entitled action; and In case H of your failure so to do, Judgment will H bo rendered against you according to H the demand of the complaint, which H within ton days after servlco of this- summons upon you will bo filed with H tho clerk of said court. ZANE & STRINGFELLOW, H Plaintiff's Attorneys. P. O. Address over Deseret National Bank Dulldlng, Salt Lake, City, Utah. I E. W. Tatlock H Attornoy Atlas Block. I SUMMONS. H In tbo District Court of tho Third Ju- dlclal District of tho Stato of Utah, County of Salt Lako. S. P. Hall, Plaintiff, vs....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

J . TRUTH, I I. GOODWIN CONSISTENCY. On Wednesday an article on thr editorial pogo of tho Telegram, writ ten by Judge Goodwin, says that thr appointment by President Roosevel' of Mr. Spry as United States marshn' . for Utah was tho carrying out of a" agreement mado between tho Mor mon leaders, prominent Republicam here and some one who was acting lr tho Interest of President Roosevelt and that tho agreement involved thr election of Senator Sutherland, tho re appointment of ex-Governor Thomar as postmaster, tho sacrifice of United States Marshal Hoywood for a Mor mon and tho giving of tho electoral vote of tho state by tho Mormons to President Roosevelt. This, tho edi torial in question says, accounts for Senator Sutherland not using his In fluence to keep Marshal Heywood in ofllce "docs not lessen the shamo and tho wrong of tho miserable business In tho least, but accounts for it all." If Judge Goodwin's statement that such an agreement' was mado he must have been a party to that ag...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 January 1906

1 16 T n. U T M. I Our Whole Story I In A Nut-Shell H Standard Sleeping Cars leave Salt Lake City every H day at 3:50 p. m., going1 thro' to Chicago via Denver. H Excursions in Tourist Sleeping Cars, personally con- H ducted, leave Salt Lake City for Chicago Thursdays, H Fridays, Saturdays at 8 p. "m.; for St. Louis, Fridays. H Tourist Sleeping Cars, not personally conducted, H leavi-' Salt Lake City for Chicago every day at 8:50 a. m. I All are thro' cars, routed via the Scenic Rockies and Denver. H Shall I give you more of the details? I InHflMMH R" F" NESLEN Gonoral Agent, I lllllllllUllll 79 w- Second South Streot, Salt Lake City. I The Local Merchant Advertisers H la the beat judgo of advertising generally And peoplo who bay things H , , .. J , ... in the mot receptive mood in the m valuo of the various weekly papers Barrounding8 of ftome and Family- H in this Olty. He puts his monoy especially at evening, when there is H where it pays best. The best paper leisure and inclinati...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 February 1906

J "SEE EUROPE IF YOU WILL, BUT SEE AMERICA FIRST" j Vol; 5; No. 21 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 3, 1906. Pkice 5 Cbnts j Our Senatorial Representatives The appointment by President Roosevelt and the speedy and unanl mous confirmation by the United States senate of William Spry as United States marshal for Utah was a stunning blow to that element In Salt Lake City which, while acting on the most un-American principle Imagin able, calls itself the American party. The "American" party, as is well known, originated and Is kept alive by the desire of ex-Senator Kearns to glut his thirst for vengeance on the people of Utah generally and the Mormon peo , pie and the Mormon church In par ticular, for no other reason In heaven, earth or hell than that the Mormon church refused to get Into politics and cause the re-election of Mr. Kearns to the United Slates senate. In further ance of his plan for revenge Mr. Kearns was able lo buy willing tools and to dupe many honest people Into espousing...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 February 1906

hbhb j3 H REPUBLICANS PLEASED. B Tlicro Is one thing particularly HM gratifying to straight Republicans In HH tho appointment of Mr. Spry as Unit- H oil States marshal. It shows that tho HH regular Republican organization is HH recognized and that It is the only or- HB ganlzatlon that Is recognized by tho HJ national leaders of tho party. It Hi shows that tho bolters and their littlo HB sldo shows, llko tho "American" party, HB have no standing except In tho heated HK imaginations of tho members of that HH party. That fact has filled tho sldo HB show lenders with dismay. They had HB led their dupes to bollovo that they HH were "It." Now It appears that thoy HH wero not "It" at all. Their collapse HI was llko that of a toy balloon which HI had been pricked and the air allowed HH to escape. HH ? H Wo hope Mr. W. II. Wllklns will be HI retained as clerk of the new board of HI public works. Mr. Wllklns has held HI tho place with crodlt to hlmsolf and HI rendered excellent sorvico and Is...

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

' TR.LJ TH. 3 A MOSLEM VIEW OF CHRIS TIANITY. ; Ameer AH, late Judge of the British i Court of Judicature In Bengal, con- ! tributes the third paper In the Hibberl v Journal's series of "Impressions of , m Christianity from the Points of View of the non-Christian Religions." Pa pers 1 and 2, already quoted In these columns, presented respectively the Jewish and the Buddhist points ot view. Ameer All examines Christian j ity from the standpoint of Islamlsm. Many of his statements will probably I bo read with somo surprise. Islam j and Christianity, he claims, have "Identical alms and Ideals," and are In substantial agreement In their gen eral principles. Ho makes a distinc tion In regard to what ho calls "mod ern Christianity," which ho declares Is "overladen with Greek philosophy and Pnullno mysticism." Moslems, ho tolls us, consider that Islam "repre sents the religion Jesus In fact taught." Tho Moslem belief, ho adds, is probably In accord with tint of the primitive Christians of ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 February 1906

H TRU X JHL. 1 I gig IN THE SOCIAL REALM HH H' On Tuesday evening at St. Paul's , Episcopal church the wedding of Miss H Sara Reld Park and Lieutenant Roy- H den Beebeo of the Twenty-ninth , United States Infantry was celebrated H( with much pomp and ceremony. The j church was decorated most gorgeous- ly with flowers of the choicest bloom, i bvcrgrccns, American flags, and the 1 colors of the regiment. An orchestra ) from the fort was In attendance, and v four sergeants led the bridal party, H bearing guidons of tho regiment. H Then camo tho ushers Lieutenant H Paul Galleher and Mr. Robert Park H who were met at tho altar by Rev H Charles E. Perkins, tho groom and H best man, Lieutenant R. S. Refenor- H ick. Following the ushers camo the H bridesmaids Miss Clara Smith and H Miss Claire Soulo both of Los An- H gclcs. Miss Mabel Daum of Denver, H tho maid of honor, preceded the H brido, who followed on tho arm of her H brother, Mr. Hugh Park. After the M ceremony tho party were entert...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 February 1906

of a receiver. There are strenuous de mands for the postal telegraph, postal savings banks, and a postal life In surance bureau. There arc wild vague cries for the absorption of all railways under government owner ship and postofflco department man agement. 6 It may be true that the government could send our telegrams at reduced rates and pay expenses, but little compact England has lost $3,500,000 per annum trying to do It, and Is very weary of the experlement. It may bo that we could pay three per cent In terest on savings deposits, fund them In two per cent bonds at a premium, and earn profits after paying an nrmy of employees to keep the accounts, but It Is hard to convince an unbiased In tellect that this Is feasible. Some problems would be solved and certain Inconveniences minimized If the national authority would engage in certain lines of manufacturing and m sell the products below cost; it would manifestly be pleasant, for a time at least, to live In a nation which would pr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 February 1906

I 6 T RUXM. I GUERILLA WARFARE ON THE c ! PRESIDENT. t I' Tho Literary Digest has under the I I above caption culled tho following 1 H' from somo of tho most Influential and l H' best edited newspapers of tho coun- l Hi try: "It Is plain," says tho New Orleans l Picayune (Dem.), "that something la Hi going to happen In our national poll H' tics, but just what It Is and when wo ; H! aro not yet clear." Nobody seems to H- bo qulto clear what tho upshot will H' bo of tho "Insurrection" against tho Hi president In tho Republican ranks ot Hi tho Houso and tho bclllcoso attitude Hj of the Senate. The press of tho coun U' try comment variously but tho ma H. Jorlty of papers seem to fool certain Hi that tho president's popularity Is too H, great for tho guerillas to overcome, Hi and that in tho end their missies will H provo boomerangs. Tho Now York H Evening Mall (Rep.) represents a H goodly body of opinion in its rathor H bitter observation: H "Tho real scat of tho difficulty lies H in th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 February 1906

i TRUTH. 7 r a Eitablishid 1IS4 W. P. KISER, Mgr. J P it 5 Henry 5 Wagener E Brewing 5 m w l TliGER BEER & PORTE t m x ft jf m Special attention given lo bottled m beer for family trade. Free ' delivery to all parts of tbe city. M J office: J 74. E ST FIRST SOUTH 5 H PHONE 218. X . HfttKll&KfcKftftftft6ftK I IN THE SOCIAL REALM Mrs. Samuel D. Sturgls cntcrtaine a number of friends at an Informal toi i. Thursday afternoon. During the aft ernoon Mrs. Sturgls was assisted by Mrs. George Jamerson, Mrs. Union Worthlngton, Mrs. Allen Smith, Mrs George Jay Gibson, Mrs. D. Mooro Lindsay, Mrs. Frank Judge, Mrs. Ros coo Channlng, Mrs. Seton Lindsay, Miss Laura Sherman. Tho tea was n farewell one, as Mrs. Sturgls will leave soon for Fort IUissell with Cap tain Sturgls, to tho regret of her many Salt Lake friends. J J Mrs. M. II. Kervln was tho hostess of a prettily-appointed violet luncheon Thursday afternoon at tho Emery Holmes. Tall vases of violets an J plumosa were used for the dec...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 February 1906

I 8 TRUTH, l: TRUTrt j Itsued Weekly by Truth Publishing Company. ! Western Newspipor Union Building. 211 I South West Temiilo Struct, Salt Luke City j John W. Hughes, Editor andMngr i I Entered June 19, 1901. nt Salt Lake City, Utah as second-olam raattar under aot of Concreoa ) of March 3, 1879' Tsrmi of Subscription. 1 ONB VKAK In advance) , $2.00 SIX MONTHS (In n.lvni.ce) 1.00 , THREE MONTHS tin udvanco) 7.1 Postmasters sondlugsubscrlptloiis to TRUTH may retain 25 per cent of subscription prlco as oommlsslon. If the paper Is not doslred beyond the date subscribed for, the publication should b notlQodby letter two weeks or mere befora tho term expires. Discontinuance. Remember that tho publisher must ho noti fied by lettor when a subscriber wishes ln paper stopped; all arrears must be paid in Requests of subsorlbers to have their paper mulled to n new address, to secure alien Hon, must mention former as well us pres ent address, Address all communications to TRUTH PUB LISHING JUM...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 February 1906

! THUXM. . " gig AMUSEMENTS ggj Salt Lake Theatre. Savage Grand f Opera company, "Rlgoletto," today's matinee; "Tannhauser," tonight's performance. Orpheum. Refined vaudeville, mat inee today, performance to night. Lyric. Burlesque, matinee today, performance tonight. Grand. "Uncle Tom's Cbln," mat inee today, performance tonight. Coming Attractions. Salt Lake Theatre Alberta Galla tin; Lew Morrison In "Faust;" "Reauty and the Beast." To tho infinite glory and lustre of , old Salt Lake, be It joyously said. the town knows how to throw back its ears and greedily open them for the. Inspired music of grand opera. Every patient ticket buyer in the long line of box office patrons is in himself a song of praise and appreciation for Apollo a bright testimonial that tho music god Is counted among our other household gods. Men and women of Salt Lake, you are "doing yourselves vj proud!" iff No more enthusbpt'c or devoted ad- 'VU( mlrers of what Is best In musli in 'St its theme. Its Instrume...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 February 1906

K io TRUTH, i Hn1 Defects In the Postal System. HJ' (Continued from page 6) H' anxiously before consenting to a prop- H osltlon which thus subverts all our , ideas of popular government. Ha Thcro is enough ot complication HJ and menaco In present postal condl- HJ' tions, defects hidden to the public but HJ' fully revealed to experts, to suggest HE, extreme caution as to venturing on ad- HJ' dltional and still moro dangerous tea- HJ; turcs. Tho postomco business, oven HJl on a lcgltimato basis, has grown so HJi vast that tho personal oversight of tho HJ head of tho department is impossible. HJ That chief executive and all his prln- HJ) cipal assistants, being political ap- HJ. polnteos, aro removod at brief inter- HJi vals, and havo little opportunity to HJ, becomo familiar with their duties. The HJ' laws under which tho mail service op- HJ orates aro a mass of inconsistencies HJ never systematically codified, but HJ growing up year after year by hasty HJj "provisos" nttachoJ to tho ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 February 1906

I HIS ROYALTY NOT PROCLAIMED. Bernhardt Didn't Know Brother-ln-Law of Prince of Wales. King Georgo of Greece lias been a guest of King Edward at Windsor re v cently while somo theatricals wero be ing given. The visit recalls an oc casion years ago when 'ho two went to see Bernhardt. Edward was then prince of Wales and ho Introduced King Georgo as "my brother-in-law." The tragedienne conversed freely with tlio prince, but paid little or no atten tion to the other royalty until the former ashed her how she liked tho king. "What king?" she asked. On learning tho distinguished caller's Identity she said to the prince: "Your royal highness was cruel not to tell mo that It was tho king of Greece." , "But I. told you it was my brother-ln- law," replied the prince. "Your brother-in-law? But how was I to know?" ehe said. "He might have been a merchant-"' Surplusage. Owen Wlster, tho novelist, was crit icising the work of a literary begin ner. "Now, he're," said Mr. Wlster, slash- ) ing his-b...

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