Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Truth. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1901-1908, January 26, 1907, Page 15, Image 15',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Utah, Marriott Library
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
I TRUTH S M
Miss Daisy Raybould entertained a
9 number of friends at "BOO" Thursday
afternoon. Pink and green were the
colors chosen for the decorations. Mrs.
Al Cowan presided in tho dining room,
and was assisted by Miss Ituby Koe
ber. Five tables' were filled with the
players, and at tho close of the game
m tho prizes wero awarded to MIS3 Alice
Fisher and Miss Beatrice O'Connor
The guests included Mrs. Wayne G
Hemphill, Mrs. Charles C. Crlsmon
Mrs. C. M. Rayhould, Mrs. Benjamin
White, Mrs'. Chester O'Ncll, Mrs.
Frederick U. Leonard, Miss Annie
Adams, Miss Phoebe Hardin, Mrs
I Frederick St. Clair, Miss Carrie Col
I bath, Mrs. Henry McGee, Mrs. Eliot
9 Kimball, Miss Genevo Clark, Miss
I Beatrice O'Connor, Miss Eveline
I Thomas, Miss Ada Murphy, Mrs. S. M
Wooley, Miss Vivian Little, Miss Hal
.1 Ho Ferron, Miss Corrlno Goldsmith of
San Francisco, Miss Alice Fisher, Mis
4k, Louise Clawson of Los Angeles, Miss
Mrs. W. R. Warren and Mrs. R C
Hill were tho hostesses of the first in
a series of card parties Thursday
afternoon, at tho homo of Mrs. War
ren. Miss Vera Edwards assisted dur
ing the afternoon. Six. tables wore
filled with tho players.
Mrs. Edwin Kimball was the hostcs
at a largo Kensington Thursday aft
ernoon In honor of Miss Alice Paul
whoso marriage will take place earl;
next month. Mrs. Charles McMahoi
poured coffee. The hostess was as
sisted in receiving by Mrs. Sam Pau'
and Miss Ethel Paul. About fcrtj
guests wero entertained.
The Daughters of tho Ploneen
have Issued invitations for an old
fashioned ball, to be given next Thurs
day evening at tho Lion house. Those
in charge include Mrs. Ann D. Groes
beck, Mrs. Marlon Beatlo Whitney
Miss Josephine Spencer, Mrs. Cl-ri?
sa Young Spencer, Mrs. E. W. Pyper
Mrs. M. J .Clawson, Mrs. Susa Youni
Gates, Mrs. M. J. Clawson.
Mrs. Thomas W. Pinkerton is thr
1 guest of her daughter, Mrs. Edwarf
Moore, 258 Covey flats, for a couple o
3 weeks. Mrs. Moore spent the past tw
months with her daughter, Mrs. Jo
i Grant, of Seattle.
Miss Clara B. Gulver and L. Law
less wero married Wednesday evenln
at tho homo of Dr. D. M. Helmlck o
tho Illff Methodist church, an Inform--reception
following at tho homo o
tho bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Fife on
tortained a dozen friends at tho ini
tlal performance of "Sho Stoops tf
Conquer," Thursday evening at tlu
theater, followed by a Dutch suppe
at their apartments in tho Emery
v JX J
Mrs. Charles Herman Post and Mrs
M,. T. Bailey entertained at a bridge
tea Thursday afternoon. Seven ta
bles wero filled with tho players, r
prize being awarded at each table.
One of tho weddings to take p!ao
in tho near futuro will bo that of Mis
Margaret Phillips of Denver an
Ralph Dlnwoodey of this city.
Miss Louise Clawson of Los Ange
les Is tho guest of Miss Genove Clark.
Mrs. H. G. Whitney entertained at
fS!-- a tea Thursday afternoon.
I Mr. and Mrs. William Ames and
Mrs. Amy Phillips and little daughtor
of Beaverhead county, Montana, who
spent a month visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John W. Hughes In this city left last
Monday evening for a trip to San
Francisco, Los Angeles and other
southern California points.
Tho word "scot-freo" Is a survlva'
from ancient Anglo-Saxon. Scot ir
this sonso comes from tho old Eng
llsh word, scoot, meaning a portion ol
tribute or taxation, and It is still Id
use In tho Scandinavian languages 1c
signify trcasuie. In modern English,
however, It occurs In only two cxpro3
slons, the legal phrase, "to pay scot
and lot," and tho ordinary word,
"scot-free." Tho Sunday Magazine
Makes Quite a Difference.
"I wouldn't make a confidante of
May," sold tho conceited fellow with a
self-satisfied smirk; "she told mo you
3ald you were crazy to marry me. Of
course, she's no friend, if "
"No," interrupted Miss Wise, "and
she's not even a good reporter. I
didn't say I 'was,' but 'should be.'"
Taming a Hummer.
The boys and girls will bo surprised
to hear, no doubt, that it is possible
to tamo a humming bird. A few
cases are on record In which tho ef
forts wero successful. The method
adopted was to put In tho cage several
paper flowers of a tubular form, and
In them a little sugar and water, which
was frequently renewed. After awhile
the bird took the sweet, and appeared
to bo quite content.
Business Very Quiet.
Two tall ranchmen bought seats In
the back row in the balcony of a city
heater. One of the ushers chanced to
bo standing near them while he was
not busy and accidentally overheard
tome of their conversation. Before
he cm tain rose they talked abou1.
arimis thln.'j In tho theater. Whlld
ho orchestra was preparing to play
ts overture one of tho ranchmen said:
Jim, what do you s'poso all them red
fghts with 'E-xi-f over 'em Is for?"
'I ain't sure, but I think I know,"
a3 the reply.
Well, what your idea?"
"That theio 'E-x-I-t' is French talk
or 'Saloon,' I think," said tho other.
"Them doorways lead to some place
.vherc you can get a drink."
The one who had asked about the
2xlts lcoked at tho red lights a mo
nent. "Gosh!" ho said Anally, "that
ialoon';copor Is sure enterprlsln', but
t don't look to me like he's doln'
Nickel Worth $2.
In IS 38 a nickel pattern boro the
head of Liberty with a coronet. Tho
reveiso had a "V" within a laurel
wreath, above which connecting the
ends Is a scroll with the motto "In
God Wo Tru''," between tho fold!! of
the scroll being a small Maltese cross.
Tho rattern In nickel Is now valued
at two dollars.
Still in a Bitter Mood.
"Well," said he, anxious to patch up
their quarrel of yesterday, "aren't you
curlou3 to know what's in this pack
age?" "Not very," replied the still bolllgcr
ent wife Indifferently.
"Well, it's something for tho erne 1
love best in all tho world."
"A ' I suppose it's those suspen
ders ,jii said you needed." Catholic
"Haven't you and your friend got
through that argument yet?" asked a
parent of his youngest son. "It Isn't
any argument," answered tho boy. "I
am merely telling JImmli tho facts In
tho case, and ho Is so tieastly stubborn
that ho won't understand." Chums.
All Details Arranged.
"Dear," whispered the eloping lover
"what Bhall wo do with tho rope lad
dor? Wo shouldn't leave It hanging
"Oh, that's all right," replied tho
coy damsel, "pa said he'd pull It up
again so we couldn't got back."
Quarter a "Gluggle."
Rupert Hughes In the Broadway do
plcts tho Texas oil fields. Some of tho
expressions used by tho natives aro
quaintly picturesque. "Listen, honey,"
says ono of tho characters, "can you
hear tho glugglo-gluggle-glugglo?
that's the oil coming out of tho ground
overy four glugglos means a dollar.
Don't bo afrah".."
Soda as a Silver Polish.
A good substltuto for the silver pol
ish sold at tho stores Is to bo found In
common cooking soda, which should
bo used In small quantities In just tho
same way as tho ordinary polish.
Cooking soda Is also oxcellent for
cleaning purposes aboi't tho kitchen
sink. Suburban Life.
Does Away With Smoke.
A now and simple proceeding to
copo with tho smoko nuisance, Invent
ed by a Munich mechanic, consists of
a series of small tanks, filled with
water, over which tho smoko escapes.
It Is claimed that by this arrange
ment smoko and soot aro absorbed
by tho water, tho remaining gases
escaping In tho form of a small trans
parent cloud of steam.
English "Milage Cla' - Honor.
Dunchurch, near Ru?' y, England,
claims that its smithy Is tho original
force which inspired tho famous versos
on "Tho Village BlackomVh." It is a
picturesque old place, and tho "spread
ing chestnut trco" still nourishes In
front of It.
, Fur Business Growing.
Tho number of skins of fur-boailns
nnlmals obtained every year in British
America is much greater than It was
half a century ago. Muskrats out
number all other animals trapped or
killed for their furs In Canada, by a
large margin, and theso rodents yield
about a million pelts annually.
Cannon-Ba" Preserved as Relic.
St. Patrick's cathedral In Dublin
preserves a cannon-ball as a chorlshed
relic. It Is believed to bo tho Identi
cal ball that killed, at tho slego of
Limerick, tho famous Lord Loftus,
whose tomb tho cathedral also shel
ters. Close to tho cannon-ball aro a
pair of his rusty spurs.
Tho Boston lawyer who tried to
Iriss a stenographer against her will
need not havo testified that ho "for
got he was married." Tho evidence as
to that was circumstantial, but complete.
Quite the Contrary. H
"Docs your husband play favorites H
when ho goes to the races?"
"No," answered young Mrs. Torklns, H
"at least, from tho way ho talks after H
tho race, I shouldn't say they wero H
Little Grazing Land In France. M
In Franco land and grass aro usu- M
ally too vnluablo to ho given over to fl
sheep grazing, hence most of tho sheep
consumed aro Imported. Algiers sup-
piles over a million a year. H
Birds' High Temperature. M
Pigeons and turkeys have each a M
natural tompcrnturo of 109 degrees, H
which Is 10 degrees higher than man's M
natural temperature H
Reason for Longer Life. U
Tho reason why tho population of M
civilized countries Is Increasing so M
rapidly Is Av. to our Increased ability M
to resist in jctlous diseases. This H
ability is partly natural, but, of course, H
Safety In Thunder-torms. H
In a thunderstorm tho safest courso H
for a human boing Is to set thoroughly H
wet. A well ;;nown scl-rHist has do- H
clarcd that !o could Id" a rat when H
dry by mean of an elco'Wc discharge, H
but never when it was wet. HH
Took Much Nourishment. H
During a recent all-night session H
tho British houso of commons dls- H
posed of 1,000 cups-of coffco, GOO cups H
of ten, 370 whisky and sodas and 420 H
bottles of beer, 700 eggs and a fow H
other things. H
A Table of Finance. H
Wall strer arithmetic: Ten men H
mako a corporation, ten corporations H
make a trust, ten trusts mako a com- H
bine, ten combines mako a merger, H
ten mergers make a magnato and H
one magnate gets tho plum. H
Cocoanuts Cheap In Cuba. H
Cocoauuts sell for about a.cout and H
a hn,( aplcco in Cuba. H
Work of Bavarian Women. H
In all Bavarian cities wood sawing H
Is a customary employment for worn- H
en, who aro also frequently engaged H
In housebuilding operations, carrying H
mortar, bricks and such things. H
ADVERTISE IN TRUTH I
NEVADA STATE GAZETTEER AND M
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. M
It will contain an accurato business IB
directory of overy city, town and vll- M
lago jn tho state. A doscrlptlvo M
sketch of each placo will bo given 'H
embracing various items of interest. 'H
Lists of government and county offl- H
ccrs will also be included in tho work, M
as well as census statistlc3, hotels,
newspapers, terms of courts, postoffl- H
ccs, express and telegraph offices, etc. M
An important featuro will bo the clas- M
si fled directory, giving every line of M
business, arranged under its special lM
heading. Gazetteer per copy, ?G.00. , fl
Advertising rates on application. S M
TL. L. POLK & CO., H
W. P. Cooper, Sec. and Mgr.,
C17-G20 Dooly Building,
Salt Lako City, Utah.