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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

I 4 t n.uv M. I Hi IN THE SOCIAL REALM HH Hi I Tho Canadian club gave a banquet H) Thursday at Unity hall In honor or H Queen Victoria's birthday". & & H' Miss Colburno will remain at Row- H lind hall for tho summer. Mrs. C. D. H Moore and Mrs. C. H. Van Annan will H' spend tho summer at Rowland hall, H and will bo tho only guests aside from I, tho pupils who remain during tho vn- H cation. ' & & H Mrs. H. B. Hampton ol Park City is a visitor In Salt Lake, a guest of H Miss Addlo Hampton. 1 1 H Mrs. Georgo W. Reed has returned, Hi after a visit of flvo weeks In St. Louis. H i H' Mrs. D. J. Laramio will leave in a H few days for Detroit, Mich., to be gone H neveral months. & H Miss Stella Flowers has returned H from Long Beach and Los Angeles, H after spending six months there. H Tho Altar society of St. Mary's ca- HJ thedral gave a strawberry and ico HJ cream festival next Monday evening, HJ May 28, at tho Knights of Columbus hall. HHJ tjfr H Mrs. Nellie P. Cross...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

TRUTH. I i Tho Aultl Lang Syne club went out ito tho Hooper farm Wednesday and spent tho evening with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney K. Hooper. Tho maiTlago of Miss Mamlo White, a teacher In the Webster school, to Oscar A. Berg will bo ono of tho early Juno events, tho exact date not having been sot yet. Mrs. H. S. Knight entertained a dozen of her young friends Wednes day at an Informal Kensington foi Miss Katherino Moffat. ,! c J. H. Drown will leave early next week for V-io to attend the com mencement of that college, when his son, Crelghton, will complete his qfc course. Miss Mary Sharp received her friends Informally Friday afternoon at the homo on Brlgham street. & Mr. and Mrs. L,o Grande Young left Wednesday on a trip to New York. P.. C. Schramm entertained at a dinner Friday evening at tho Alta club. The marriage of Mrs. Lllllo Thomp son and Albert H, Nless took place Wednesday at tho homo of tho bride on East Third South street. Tho mar riage service was read by Elmer I. Goshen of...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

HB I 6 TRUTH. 1 I gfg SUMMER THEATRES gg I H Tho Orphoum Stock company Is win Hi nlng new raurcls In tho society drama, Hi "Tho Charity Ball." Incidentally, also, lj tho ladles aro showing somo stunning H costumes and tho men talking glibly of H millions, for tho play Is frenzied llnauco HJ dressed in swallow-tail coats and dress H; maker creations. Manager MacLean H Is using the birch of rehearsals, over H tho dramntlc backs of his company to HJ good ndvantage they have been whlp H' ped Into splendid ensemble work. It H, Is n growing plcasmo to watch the in H' dividual members of tho cast, realizing HJ that thoy aro the necessary units In H a dramatic entity. As a rulo too llttlo H Importance Is paid to this desirable H condition. Mr. MacLcan, however, H ! seemed endowed with tho very genius H , of It, as wns Frawioy in the early t.uys H ! of tho Grand. Tho now members, ndd M cd to tho company this week, have al H ' ready fallen Into tho hands of gener al , ous friends If one mny p...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

TRUTH. 7 I m : Eilibllihid 1864 W.P.KIJER.Mn. Henry f I Wagener 5 I Brewing 3 I Co. I s LAGER BEER & PORTER" I m w Special attention given to bottled W beer tor family trade. Free m delivery to all parts of m the city. r i. Oh g office: J 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH JJ V PHONC 216. TRUTHS. Allan Lovoy, the best cartoonist west of Chicago, Is back again with the Salt Lake Herald. Tho newspaper frater nity unanimously welcome him, and so does the public, which knowjj and enjoys his work thoroughly. The Herald, by gettlng'hlm back, has partly rectified the monumental mistake It made In letting him go away. Some lively developments in regard to tho postofllce and the dastardly, cur rish fight tho Tribune has been mak ing on Postmaster Thomas will come to light within tho next few weeks or maybe days. It will appear that the Tribune has for many months had In Its pay employees of the postofllce, fur nishing It with material to make Its falso and contemptible charges against tho postmaster an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

1 I TRUTH. .. I TRUTM H Issued Weekly by M Truth Publishing Company. H Western Nowspnpor Union Hulkllng, 241 M South West Templo Street, H Salt Lake City H ' John W. Hughas,EdltorandManager H Kutcrod Juno 19, 190:1, at Salt Lake City, Utah H n second-class matter under aot of Coucross H f Maroh 3, 1879' H Terms of Subscription. ONK YKAK Iuadraiice) $2.00 H .MX MONTHS (In aiivanoo) 1.00 B J I aitEK MONTHS flu advance) 75 I Poitmasten sending subscriptions to TltUTII may retain 25 per cent of subscription price i as commission. I If the paper Is not doslred beyond the date subscribed for, the publication should be Ujjjj notlllod by lettor two wooks or more before H tho term expires. H Discontinuances. H llemomber that the publisher must bo notl- H . tied by lottor whou u subscriber wishes his H paper stopped; all arreurs must be paid lu H full. H Koquostsof subscribers to have their papor H mailod to a new addross, to soouro atten- H tlon, must mention formor as well as pros- H out ad...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

TRUTH. ? I POPULAR TALKS ON LAW. Copyrighted, 1U00, by William 0. Sprague, President The Sprague Cor fc respondence School of Law. ' Contracts. Every contract Includes an offer ann an acceptance. An offer or proposal for a contract may be made In person, by agent, by telegraph, or by letter, and an assent to It or an acceptance of It may bo S given In tho samo manner. I' If the prooshion is made by letter, ,j' j and Is sem by mail, the person making tu - the offer may retract by a subsequent letter which reaches tho oflleree at any time before an answer of acceptance has been written and put In the mall. Example: A in Detroit malls a lct- "m ter on Friday to B In Now York of fering to sell him live hundred dozen eggs at eight cents a dozen. This let ter reaches B Saturday noon. Satur day morning A writes a letter to B withdrawing his offer, which letter 0, reaches B Monday morning, whilo ho is in the act of writing a letter accept ing tho offer. It is too Into for him to mail tho le...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

I to TROT. Hj PERNICIOUS COLLECTION AGEN- J CIES. M A collection agency may bo a bene- H Hclal tiling In a community, however M unpopular It may become. No one has M moro reason to look for aid In the mat- H tcr of collecting just dues than the B printer, uccauso somo otherwise good H people are negligent as to such things. H Everybody ought to pay his obligations H If able, and If not able, then to make H tho best arrangement regarding a fu- H ture adjustment that lie can; but H everybody doesn't do such things and H thoroforo a llttlo pressure, adjusted to M circumstances and the nature of the H case, is sometimes not only permlssl- H bio but necessary. Howover, there can M bo no excuse for collectors to go out- Bldo tho provisions of tho statutes, and M when this is done such persons become H criminals, the same as other law-viola- m tors, no matter how well-founded tho H cause of action. 1 In this city are several collection H agencies, 6ne of which in particular 1 has ben haule...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

SALT LAKE CIGAR STORE BARNEY C. HARVEY Proprietor FINE LINE Or KEY WEST, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS OP 444 SO. BROADWAY LOS ANGELES H 9tyss Celia Sharp 'HjE "Uaacher of 'Piano 53 Constitution SBlock Ikrug'sI OMAHA BEER. Kmgs "Cabinet" Ab nutritious as any English Port ers or Malt Tonics, and a Connoisseur's delight. Krug's "Extra Pale" Light, and mild, palatable, and appropriate on all occasions. Either of the above brands deliv ered in any part of the city. The Old Resort, 276 So. Main St. ADAM SNYDER, Proprietor. Telephone I06I-Y. 1 ; High Life In Pekln. Says the Pekln and Tientsin Times: "It is very noticeable how many ol the high Chinese offlclals frequent the foreign hotels for tiffin and the other day a gentleman with his wife and family, numbering some eight or nine, engaged a private room at one of the hotels for dinner. The partiality Tor foreign cuisine is evidently on the In crease. "Students in military uniform, or at least In trousers with a yellow stripe and caps, ar...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

I li TROTH. H Corea No Longer a Nation. H A few weeks ago tho diplomatic H representatives of Corea at Washing- H Ion and tho other great capitals pro- H; tested against the absorption of their H country by Japan. Neither President H Roosevelt nor tho head of any other H country gave any offlclal attention to M what thoy said. In London, Paris, H Washington, Berlin, St. Petersburg, M and all tho other capitals tho Corcan m legations havo been closed, never to H bo reopened. Hereafter Toklo talks M for Seoul. A prctenso of admlnlstra- M tlvo Independence for Corea Is made H by Japan, but this does not dccclvo M anybody In or out of Corea. That m country's foreign nffalrs aro looked M -jfter In Washington, London and tho M .-est of tho nations by tho Japancso m legations. St. Louis Globo Domo- H o B Bride in a Basket. B For tho man with an automobllo BH and who has been accustomed to tho V ways of civilization tho Arabic wed- ding Is an occasion for rejoicing. It Is all so different f...

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

TRUTH. 13 Lawyer's Directory. Anderson, T. J., 222 Atlas Bile. Armstrong, S. P., 120-123 Commercial Blk. Ashworth, T. P., 312 Dooly Bldg. M. Bnckman, G. H., basement 32 So. Main St. Bagley, E. M., 310 Deserot News Bldg. Bagley, J. A., 404 Tcmpleton Bldg. Bailey, J. H., JR., 7 Doseret Natl. Bk. Bldg. Baldwin, Charles, 274-75 Commercial Blk. Blerer, Everald, Jr., 300 Auorbach Bldg. Bird, W. H 401 Scott Bldg. Booth & Lee, 500-502 Auorbach Bldg. jlr. Bowdlo, J. R., 89 Commercial Blk. Bowman, J. M., 94 Commercial Blk. Boyd, C. V., 400 McCornlck Bldg. Bradley & PIschel, 300-304 AtlaB Blk. Braffett, M. P., 518 Dooloy Bldg. Breeden & Farnsworth, 315 D. P. Wal ker Bldg. Brown, Arthur, 212 So. Main St. Browne, H. C., 231 D. P. Walker Bldg. Browne, T. E., 2C-27 Commercial Bldg. i Cannon, Irvlno & Snow, 512-514 Tem- pleton Bldg. Casey, A. W., 95 Commercial Blk. Cherrlngton, Pennel, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Cherry & Pardee, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Chrlstensen, A. E., 14 Commercial B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

'' 14 TRUTH. , i R WILLEY, WILLEY & DOLE, HJH Attornoys, G04 Scott Building. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. JH Estate of William X. Jones, de- HH ceased. HJB Creditors will present claims with HJH vouchors to itho undersigned at G04 HH Scott building, Salt Lako City, Utah, HJH on or boforo tho 20th day of Soptom- her, A. D. 190G. EMMA S. JONES, HH Executrix of Estate of William X. HJH Jones, Deceased. JH Dato of first publication, May 10th, PH A. D. 190G. PJPJI Wllloy, Wllloy & Dolo, Attornoys PJP for Estate, G04 Scott Building, Salt PH Lako City, Utah. BRIQHAM CLEQQ, Atty., PJPJI 403 Auorbach Bldg. Pl NOTICE. H In tho Third Judicial District Court, Hi in and for Salt Lako County, Stato of Hi Utah. Department No. 1. Hi In tho matter of tho cstato of PPJ Thomas Howard, deceased. Notice. PPJ The petition of Wm. Orson Howard Hi and Margaret M. Howard, praying for Hi tho admission to probato of a cortain Hi document, purporting to bo tho last Hi will and testainont of Thomas How- Hl ard, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

TRUTH- I SUMMONS. In the District Court of tho Third I dk Judicial District In and for the County " of Salt Lake, State of Utah. Louisa C. Ames, plaintiff, vs. Sam uel P. Carlson, and tho unknown heirs of Samuel P. Carlson, defendants. Summons. The State of Utah, to said Defend ants: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within twenty days after tho ser vice of this summons upon you, If served within tho county In which this action Is brought, otherwise, within thirty days after service, and defend the above entitled action; and in case of your falluro so to do, judgment will be rendered against you accord k lng to tho demand of the complaint, ' which within ten days after service of this summons upon you, will be filed with tho clerk of said court. . This action Is brought to foreclose V, a mortgage In the sum of two hundred dollars ($200.00) with accrued inter est, which said mortgage was given on tho 26th day of May, 1893, on the fol lowing described property, situate in tho County ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 2 June 1906

If 16 TRUtH. ' I Last Call for P Eastern Excursions !The last days upon which you can purchase the half-rate round trip tickets to eastern points aro June 1, 3 and 16 They may bo had at any railway station in Utah to practically any point in the torritory lying between the Missouri Valloy, Chicago, St. Louis and Duluth, at one faro plus $2 for the round, trip. H.i Be sure your ticket reads via Denver and the Burlington Route, thus HI assuring a comfortable journey. Il w Pleased to giro you further Information. j. : ll R F NESLEN General Agent, i Inlfflfflffrrll c" B-& Q-Ry' H lIllllllllUlllllll 79 w- Second South Street, Salt Lake City. I 189 HI' Wtk The Local Merchant Advertisers HI Is the beat judge of advertising generally find people who buy things i Val?,,fn VtaS TlY PaPerB BurSunre aTdlSil in this City. He pnts his money especially at evening, when there is HPL where it pays best The best paper leisure and inclination for reading; Hfff for him is the best paper for the exp...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 June 1906

; Vol. 5; No. -39 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JUNE 9, 1906. Price 5 Cenis i , : I POLITIC Ali GOSSIP IE I The prevailing sentiment in politic"! circles at present Is a slncera ileair: , that the Senate of the UnlteJ State. will make an end of the Smoot case Everybody Is heartily sick or It. H ought to have been decided two year. ngb anil If the senate had fearlesslj done Us duty It would have been, buj senators are only human and a good many of them are constructed of thd commonest kind of clay. The senatd has shelved the question, postponed and avoided It from motives Which ard well known and which cannot ba classed as worthy motives. It is hoped that the senators will find their baclj bones anil decide the case before the! close of the session. j The Hon. William Glasmann Is still In the lead, for the appointment o post master at Ogden. The Honj William (Dlll.some prefer to call him)' is going to get that. office. It's not as good as a United States senatorshlp of course, but $3,000 a y...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 June 1906

I g TRUTH. ; H course of Stephen G. Cleveland, nnd H that fact endeared him to many. Gor- H man was a leader because) of his H astuteness and coolness'. He never H lost his head at any tlmo, but went H right along In the oven tenor of his H way. If an obstaclo was too great to H surmount ho dodged around It. If he H couldn't go around It, ho dived un- dcr it. H Ho was schooled in politics, having H .begun active life in the legislative H ' body of which ho was a member at H death, as a page, appointed through the H efforts of Stcphon A. Douglas. From H 1852 until 18GG ho was In tho employ H of tho senato. tho latter portion of the H timo being postmaster. In tho year M last mentioned he was rcmovod, but M was almost Immediately appointed In- M tcrnal revenue collector for Maryland. H The Grant administration supplanted M him with another man and ho ran for H tho legislature and was elected. Ho 1 was solcctcd speaker of the house In M 1871. Later ho becamo president of H tho Chosapea...

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

r J TIIUTM: 5' I DETERMINED TO BE GENEROUS. Old Gentleman Was Not Used to Thinking In Millions. A Quarter of a century at;o there lived In a western village n gentle old man subsisting on a meagro salary. One dny ho learned that his brother n had died In San Francisco, and left ' him a fortuno of $30,000,000. Tho transition was staggering, especially so since it was followed by a shower of appeals for money from every quar ter of tho globo and from persons known and unknown to him. His ton, who acted as his S2cretary, noticed with regrot that his father seemed unable to grasp tho meaning of his now power, and was clad to have him at last evince a little In terest in one of his begging letters. It proved to bo from Williams col lege, asking an endowment on the plea that the old man's biithplaco was f.W near tho institution. ) "I'd like to do something for that j Echool," said ho, meditatively, j "Well, I would father, If I wen j you," his son encouraged him. I "I believe I will." Tho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 June 1906

I 4 T W.UTM. I gUi IN THE SOCIAL REALM Hg H Ono of tlio most fashionable wed- HJ auigs of the season was that of Miss H Helen Bamberger, daughter of Sen- ator and Mrs. Damborger, and Arthur H Dchal of Now York, which took placo H on Wednesday evening In the Hebrew Hj tcmplo. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Freund In the presenco of a Hj largo number of friends of the parties. Hj The Temple was olaboratoly decorat Hj ed with flowers and evergreens. Pre HJ ceding the ceremony a musical pro HJ grammo was rendered under the dl HJ rcctlon of Miss Pearl Rothschild, who Hj presided at the organ. "The Andan- tlno" (to my wife), tho "Spring Song," HJ a solo by Mr. SIddoway, preceded tho HJ Lohengrin bridal chorus announcing HJ tho approach of tho bridal party. Tho HJ ushers were Sidney and Julian Bam HJ borgor, J. A. Greenowald, Joseph H. SIcgel, Ben Slegcl, Dan Llppman. HJ Louis Bchal of Philadelphia acted as HJ best man. Tho two llttlo flower girls, HJ Elsie and Dorothy Bamberger, carr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 June 1906

I TRU TM. ? Mrs. W. C. Thomas entertained at dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. G. D. B. Turner and family of Los Angeles. Mrs. Kimball and Miss Kimball have discontinued their day at home until autumn. " & & Mrs. Will T. Price left for Boston Monday, to be gone during June. tf Elsie and Dorothy Bamberger wll! entertain a children's party at the La goon on Saturday. . t The undergraduates of Gordan acad emy entertained the members of the , senior class and the faculty of that In stltution on Monday at a luncheon at the University club. Tho room was darkened and the class colors, gold ,i and black, wero used In all the decO' t rations. Following the luncheon toasts ; were given by Instructor Harold Bis sell to the seniors and by Miss May L. Harvey to the undergraduates. The other guests were: Professor G. M. Hogan, Miss Abbie Bishop, Miss Blanche Atchison, Miss Hazel Sapping ton, Miss Edna Farnsworth, Miss Ivy Snyder, Miss Dorothy Thompson, and Miss Jennie Buckland, the seniors, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 June 1906

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBiiiiiii Bh1' 6 TRUTH. I ggjj, SUMMER THEATRES gjT M Tho Orplioum stock company litis M tho right ot way during these umbrella BJ days and rains that pass In the BJ night. However, anybody who would BJ attribute the success ot the houso to B the weather albno Is too deeply con- BJ corned In the almanac. Tho bo3t tho- BJ atrlc season for tho plumpness ot tho BJ Orplioum box ofllco Is becauso tho BJ Stato street players nro winning bo- BJ cause ot dramatic merit. Hero and BJ thcro Mr. MacLcan slips a cog In the BJ machinery of his productions. Some- BJ times It Is his stago settings, some- BJ times In tho casting of his plays. But BJ no manager has been guiltless of elth- BJ cr crlmo and ltvod to boast his inno- BJ cenco. To properly stago a play, to BJ properly cast a play, Is a tradition BJ rather than an accomplishment of tho BJ modern drama. And yet somo of the BJ school teachers of tho local press havo BJ- Cracked Mr. MacLcan over tho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 9 June 1906

I m trut m. 7 I w 2 Ellibllihid 1864 W. P.XISER.Mfr. 5 Henry 3 ; J Wagener 5 5 Brewing 5 5 Co. I I TaGERBEER & PORTER I 5 2 m Special attention given to bottled s1 m beer for family trade. Free delivery to all parts of the city. v m m m m g office: J 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH J PHONE ate. . ADDITIONS SOCIAL The marriage of Miss Harriet E. Dye and William N. Swan was sol emnized Thursday at high noon in the temple, a large reception being given In the evening at the home of the bride, at which over 100 friends were present. Those assisting in the din ing room were Mrs. P. W. Little, Mrs. Charlotte C. Little, Mrs. Arthur Well ing, Mrs. Theodore Stringer, Miss Nellie Street. Punch was served in one corner, which was arranged as a Japanese booth, those serving being Miss Lavillo Horno and the Misses Barbara and Cora Swan. The bride and groom wero assisted in receiving their friends by Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Dye, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Home, Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Badger and Mrs. C. E. Jones. After J...

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