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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 June 1906

I 12 ' THUTML. H New ranger Signal Invented. H Danger! An electrical system of H signaling hns been perfected In Not- H tlngham, England, wheroby a gong B sound? on the engine and art Immense M bull's eye In the cab -lares with green m or red light In the driver's face. Be- yond tho spot where at present the MS distant signal is located on the rail- M' wnys, the Invention proposes that a M central rail 100 yards long should bo M laid with a second and much larger m central rail near the present houso H signal. Connected with tho signal H box, tho pressure of a roller beneath H tho engine on these central rails H would not only ring a bell and cause- H a lamp, corresponding with the track H upon which th train has been run- B nlng, to glow in the signal box, but km bells would ring nnd red or green H lamps glow on tho engine Itself, the H color of the lamp depending upon H which rail the signal man had can- H ncctcd with a negative. 1 (IHHHMHaiBHBII H "What It worth doing Is worth do...

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

Lawyer's Directory. Anderson, T. J., 222 Atlas Blk.. Armstrong, S. P., 120-123 Commercial . Blk. Ashworth, y. P., 312 Dooly Bldg. Backman, G. H., basement 32 So. Main St. Bagloy, E. M., 31C Desoret News Bldg. Bagley, J. A., 404 Templeton Bldg. Bailey, J. H., JR., 7 Desoret Natl. Bk. " Bldg. Baldwin, Charles, 274-75 Commercial Blk. Bierer, Everald, Jr., 300 Auerbach Bldg. Bird, W. H., 401 Scott Bldg. Booth & Lee, 500-502 Auerbach Bldg. Bowdlo, J. R., 89 Commercial Blk. Bowman, J. M., 94 Commercial Blk. A. Boyd, C. W., 400 McCornick Bldg. ' Bradloy & Pischel, 300-304 Atlas Blk. Braffett, M. P., 518 Dooley Bldg. m 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. Cannon, Irvine & Snow, 512-514 Tem pleton Bldg. Casey, A. W., 95 Commercial Blk. Cherrington, Pennel, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Cherry & Pardee, 208-209 Herald Blag. Christensen, A. E 14 Commercial Blk. Christens...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 June 1906

I J4 TRUTH. J I SALTAIR TIME CARD. May 31st, 1906. I Lcavo Salt Lake. Arrive Salt Lake. 10:30 a. m 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p. m 3:110 p. m. 3.00 p. m 4:30 p. m. 4:0.0 p. m 0:30 p. m. 5:00 p. m G:30 p. m. C:00 p. m 7:30 p. m. 7:00 p. m 8:30 p.m. 8:00 p. m 9.30 p.m. 9:00 p. m 10:30 p. m. 10:00 p. m. ll:30 p. m. H 'Sunday last train leaves Salt Lake H nt 9:00 p. m. Sunday last train leaves Saltalr at i0:00 p. m. H Depot Iurst South and Fourth West H streets. , Sj H Fair for round trip, 25 cents. J. E. xjANGFURD, Lessee. H SUMMONS. H In tho District Court of tho Third H Judicial District In and far the County of Salt Lake, State of Utah. H Louisa B. Ames, plaintiff, vs. Sam- "H ucl P. Carlson, and tho unknown heirs H of Samuol P. Carlson, defendants. "H Summons. Tho State of Utah, to said Defend H ants: "H You aro hereby summened to np- H poar within twenty days after tho ser- "H vlco of this summons upon you, il H served within tho county in which this H action Is brought, otherwise, within H t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 16 June 1906

IB TRUTH. If I CLERGYMAN ACCEPTED THE FEE. "Bluff" of Bridegroom That Met With Deserved Failure. A good story Is told on a young ! clergyman In the suburbs who was re- cently married and who was properly punished for trying to make a 'front" It Is a well known rule' among clergymen not to take a fen from dominie for marrying him. The gen ii cial custom Is, however, for the best n man to go through the usuai .form and I present the officiating clergyman with an envelope containing the fee. The minister then pays a graceful compll mo to the bride and presents the en velope to her. Aware of this custom, the young minister thought he would make a big showing before his bride v jj and plnced $100 in the envelope, smll (vK lng In anticipation of her surprise ft p vhen she should open it and see what III j her lover was willing to pay for be yr ' lng united to her. I The young man's consternation can bo Imagined when the other clergy 1 man calmly pocketed the envelope I and made no movemen...

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

I 16 IT lU T M. 1 H IMHB I One More Excursion East M via Th6 Burlington Route I JUNE 16 H -Return limit October 31 H Have your ticket read via The Burlington H cast of Denver and you will enjoy your trip. H ' Electric lighted trains Denver to Chicago; H standard and tourist sleeping cars; chair H cars (seats free) ;library-buffet car (obser- H vation platform); unexcelled dining car H service, meals a la carte. H Two trains to Chicago daily; two trains to H St. Louis daily. H I will bo clml to naslst In arranging jour trip. H Wrlto to or cull up H ImI R. F. NESLEN, General Agent, 1 llullnfTwWl ny' 1 llllMllllIUllllll 79 W" Second Soutn Street, Salt Lake City. I 123531 M The Local Merchant Advertisers is the best judge of advertising ZllXo tTe m value of the various weekly papers eurroundings of Home and Family H in thiB Oity. lie puts his money especially at evening, when there in H where ifc paya beat The beat paper lelaure and inclination for reading; for him la tho beat paper for...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

1 H Vol. 5; 'No. 41 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JUNE 23, 1906. Price 5 Cents t I PAVING CONTRACT MUDDLE The muddle which has arisen regard ing the letting of contracts for street and sidewalk paving is interesting, lv Is a complicated situation, that is it Is somewhat dlfllcult to discern the motives of the various parties mixed up in the deal. That there are ulterior motives there is no reasonable doubt. The situation briefly stated Is about as follows. Last April the board of public worUs advertised for proposals for paving certain streets. Bids were received and It was found that thb Barber Asphalt company was the low est bidder by some $20,000, which, however, was not a very large sum in , a Job costing between $300,000 and $100,000. P. J. Moran was the next lowest bidder. For some reason or another the council did not iet the contract, and the bonrd of public ' works rejected all offers and re-adver tised for fresh proposals. The reason put forth for that action was that they expecte...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

I 2 TRUTfj. !hlm In tho unholy work by which tho people of Utah were Imposed upon, H moro than any state ever was before, H ( by his election as senator, had cither H como to nn untimely end, or had boon H mado to suffer In Bomo way. Ono of H Kcarns' strongest supporters and H workers was Senator Marcus A. Han- H na, who died almost mysteriously, at H a tlmo when he was prominently men- H tlonod for tho presidency. Another H equally strong supporter was Henry H C. Payne, postmaster general, who H died almost as mysteriously as did H Senator Ilanna. Perry Hoath was one H of the Senator's right-hand men. With- H In two years after ho enlisted under H Kcarns' banner ho was a fugitive from H justice, and now no ono knows whore H ho Is. A friend of Hoath who becamo H a Kcarns satellite was Gcorgo W. H Beavers, now an lnmato of the Mound- H ville. West Virginia penitentiary. Ono H of tho ringleaders of the Kcarns sen- H atorlnl conspiracy crowd was tho now H notorious Richard C. Kerens, o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

I T WU T M. 3' I 1 THE "PEERLESS LEADER" AGAIN. Two years ago, says the Lit erary Digest, when Mr. Bryan was returning from Europe, "there was no delegation," as the Now York Tribune (Rep.) puts It, "of leading lights from v the Democratic Club to meet him at the pier. His counsel on things politi cal was not solicited." Judge Parker was tho "Man at Last," while the only phrase appropriately applicable to Mr. Bryan might have been "despised and rejected of men." But those days seem to have passed away like a black shadow. Wo read now that the Democrats of Missouri are adopting resolutions to support Bryan; tho Democrats of Ohio, Indiana, Arkansas. South Dako ta, seem, acocrdlng to press dispatches, to be for Bryan. Also a "monster dem- onstration" is to be given Mr. Bryan " at Madison Square Garden, to say nothing of a dinner, when ho arrives in September. Great men and good, who ' t not so long ago rather shunned the "peerless leader," are now gladly of fering to servo on tho recep...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

I 1 4 T Q Tt T H I : 11 I HH IN THE SOCIAL REALM HH H On Monday evening the mnrlngc of H Miss Carrlo Dunyon, daughter of Mr. H and Mrs. N. A. Dunyon, and Mr. Sam- H uol Ashby took place at the residence H of the bride's parents. Tiio ceremony H wns performed by the Rev. D. M. Hcl- H mlck In the presence of about twenty H friends, after which the party sat down H to an elaborate wedding supper. The H brldo wore n pretty costume of cream H crcpo de chine, and carried a. bouquet H of bride's roses. She was attended H by Miss Ethel Daulstadt and Miss H Pearl Anderson, who woro pretty H gowns of bluo Ellk and carried pink H carnations. Little; Estcllo and Angela H Dunyon wcro the flower girls and were H In white. A large reception followed H from 8 to 10. Mr. and Mrs. Ashby left H for Los Argcles after the reception. H and after a trip of sevet-nl weeks will M bo nt home nt 427 East Ninth South H street. H Mr?. .T. E.- Dooly entertained at a H brldgo toa Monday afternoon. The H decoratio...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

TRUTH. I I decorations were in deep red roses, the center piece forming a largo "M"i In compliment to the guest of honor. The place cards were also in hand painted icbcs. A putting contest fol lowed when Mrs. George W. Rose won the prize. " it Mrs. W. W. Armstrong wis the hostess at n COO pirty Wednesda afternoon. Seven tables were plnyed, Miss Dunster winning the first prize, Mrs. W. U. Warren the second, Mrs. H. S. Knight cairylng eff the consola tion." it Mr. and Mrs. Harold Russell enter tained Miss Henrietta Crosman and Boyd Putnam at dinner Wednesday ovenlngi , tt it Karl Scheid gave a box party at the "" Orpheum Wednesday night followed If by a supper. His guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Shauffclbergpr, Mrs. J. C. Hooper, Miss Agatha BerUhoel, Miss "t Beatiice O'Connor, Miss Sallio Fisher, Miss Marian Hooper, Jack BerUhoel and Will McCroa. it it Mr. and Mrs. John D. Spencer en tertained at a theatre party at tho Or plieum Wednesdny night for Mrs. Will Patrick of Ogden. it it The O....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

m I If, 6 TRUTM. 1 H 'J ' ! I $g SUMMER THEATRES g&fg I H "Mary, Mnry Quito Contrary" proved H an old dramatic friend under a tltlo H which gave no cluo to former acquaint- H anco. However, It was none the less H enjoyable becauso of a rc-lntroductlon. H Several seasons ago tho University stu- H dents played tho samo piece under tho H name of "A Scrap of Paper." Prior to H that tho Kcndnlls produced It as the H "Adventures of a Lovo Letter." Tho H Kendalls were, of course, professionals H awfully clover people. Tho Unlver- H sity students did their amateur best H with the airy difficulties of a H difficult comedy, nut It remained for H Henrietta Crosman and her capablo H company to sclzo tho gossamer fabric H of the play and weave It Into such del- H lcacy of Interpretation as to still re H main a subject of favorable comment H In critical, old Salt Lake. Ono of tho H strango things nbout this muchly titled H comedy is that It camo from tho tren- H chant pen of Sardou. The gifte...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

I i T LUT Mm 7 V v m 9 J Eitibllihid 1864 W.P.XISER.Mir. 5 Henry 5 I Wagener Brewing s Co. j TageTbeer & porter"" m m m Special attention given to bottled rr beer for family trade. Free delivery to all parts of x the city. m r i g office: J 74 E ST FIRST SOUTH JJ P PHONE 218. Jt m ADDITIONAL SOCIAL The marringo of Miss Lotta Blanche Cherry, daughter of Judge and Mrs. A. N. Cherry, and Mr. Nesbltt Percy Browne occurred on Thursday even ing, Bishop Spalding of the Episcopal church officiating. The church was artistically and profusely decorated with flowers and evergreens. Miss Jessie Homo was maid of honor and Frank Lawrence best man. Tho ush ers were Mark B. Clark, Howard Cherry, Harold Browne and Robert Lawrence, and the flower girls, Misses Barbara Vorse and Teresa Browne. Tho appointments for tho function wero In the best of tasto and carried out with precision. A reception for the bridal party and families was held at tho homo of tho bride. Judgo and Mrs. Cherry, as sisted b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

I 8 TRUTH. TRUTM IoueJ Weekly by Truth Publishing; Company. B Woatorn Nowapnpor Union Itulldlne;, 211 j Soitih Went Templo Stroot, J Salt Lako City H John W. Hughes, Editor andManager H Buterod June 19, 100:1, at Salt Lako City, Utah J an SHCoud-oluaa mutter under act of Conereas kjl of March 3, 1879- 1 Terms of Subscription. 1 ONRTKAK In advance) $2.00 J MX MONTHS I In advance) 1-UO THREE MONTHS (ill advancol 75 Postmasters soiidlne subscriptions to TRUTH may rctaln25 per cent of subscription price HV as commission. If tho paper la not doslred beyond the date subscribed for, the publication should bo notified by lotter two weeks or more before tho term expires. HBS Discontinuances. H Remeinbpr that the publlshor must be notl- H lied by loiter when a subscriber wishes Ins H paper stopped; all arreurs must be paid In H Roquosts of subscribers to have their paper mailed to a new address, to secure attou- tlou, must mention former as well as pros 1 eut addross. B Address all coinmiiiil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

1 TTrlU T H. ' ' 9 I if accepted within twenty-four hours after the receipt of the proposal B malls his letter of acceptance. A valid contract was thereby made, even though the letter of acceptance did not reach A until forty-eight hours t - thereafter. Should B wait twenty-four hours after receiving the letter of pro posal his acceptance would bo of no avail. An offer may do withdrawn oven al though the offerer has agreed to leave tho offer open for acceptance for n stated time. It cannot bo withdrawn, . however, within a time stated where thcro was any consideration given for tho option or tlmo limit. Whoro thoro is no money consideration and no cor- responding promise not to withdraw tho offer has no binding force. If a consideration for the undertaking to leave the offer open is given and ac ' ftf cepted this constitutes of itself a con- If tract and the offer cannot bo with- drawn within tho time. t An offer la to do considered as open v for a reasonable lime; after a reasona b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

w m 10 TROTH. ' HUHfck . iillllllllllMBlWH1 mm mm mmmm mmmmm I I II-- I II I """ "' MIM Mil II I m I HIERARCHY PRINTS THE TRIBUNE HI The printing ot the Salt Lako Trl- I buno by tho Dcsorot News company Hj ) Is tho rankest kind of inconsistency. B S Tho Dcseret News Is tho organ of tht Uu 1 Mormon Church, and the printing es- Uu tnbllshmcnt Is owned by that body. Ut Tho Trlbuno's light upon that Church Ut and its lender, for the last three years Um has been tho foulest and most coward- Uu ly over pursued by a nowspnper. The UM Church lenders have been denounced Urn ns perjurers, pledge-breakers and rob- Um bcrs of widows and orphans. The BJ basest and lowest class of cartoons of UM tho Mormon Church president bns con- BJ tlnually appeared on Its front pages. Um Nothing wns mean or foul enough for BJ It to say about Joseph F. Smith. We UM do not believe that thoio is another BJ community on tho fnee of the earth BJ that would have stood the abuse of BJ tho Tribune without resorting t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

f TRUTH. U. I 1 I SALT LAKE CIGAR STORE BARNEY O. HA WEY Proprietor TINE LINE OF KEY WEST, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS 1 444 SO. BROADWAY LOS ANGELES 1 9t'ss Colia Sharp MS 7Joacer of iPi'ano 53 Constitution SSocAr ! KRUG'S OMAHA BEER. KnigVCabinet" As nutritious as any English Port ers or Malt Tonics, and a Connoisseur's delight. Krug's "Extra Pale" Light, and mild, palatable, and I 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. VIEWS OF STRICKEN SAN FRAN CISCO. C. E. Johnson, the local photograph er, will exhibit his superb collection of San Francisco lantern slides at the Theatre next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Ho has recently returned from the Ill-fated city where ho ob tained several hundred views of tho ruins and from many other trips has acquired a lino collection. Tho pub lic has seen several sets of tho dis aster views, but Mr. Johnson's prom ises I...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

Ml 2 f M U T M- HI Hg Suro Thing. Hj Tho teacher wrs trylnj; to got. tlio Hi hoy to any "dessert." Mf "What Is it Unit conies al ll.n en 1 Hi if tho banquet, Tominie?" HJ S "Dyspepsia, ma'nm." Hj o HJp Cabinet Members Enjoy Sport. H Tho members, of the new British HJ Cabinet seem to be outdoor men. H Among tho sports included In their HJ. repertory of recreation arc rowing, P- racquets, liors-j racing, huritlrj;, eric- WL ' kot, football, golf, cycling, shooting, WW angling, yachting, tennis, .-' .. .:g, box- H) ing, walking and mountaineering. H Burns, the labor member is a crick- JH etcr, skater, oarsman and Loxor. I H "What Is worth dolno Is worth dolno well." I THE I F.W.GARDINER CO. I PRINTERS BLANK BOOK MAKERS I 216 So. West Temple St. H Salt Lake City. H "UP-TO-THE-MINUTE" H with all our work. M DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD H ' CUItltCNT TIME TABLE, H In lllTeet June :i, 11)00. H LEAVE SALT SAKE! CITY. Bl No. 10 For Holier, Provo M nnd Murysvale ... HiOOn.m. H Jo. 112 For...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

1 TRU TM, 13 I i Lawyer's Directory. Anderson, T. J., 222 Atlas Blk. Armstrong, S. P., 120-123 Commercial 9 Blk. M Ashworth, T. P., 312 Dooly Bldg. fL Backman, G. H., basement 32 So. Main Bagley, E. M., 31G Dcseret News Bldg. 3 Bagley, J. A., 404 Temploton Bldg. I Bailey, J. H., JR., 7 Dcseret Natl. tilt. I Bldg. a Baldwin, Charles, 274-75 Commercial fl Blk. jj Biorer, Evorald, Jr., 300 Auorbach U Bldg. I Bird, AV. H., 401 Scott Bldg. fl Booth & Lee, 500-502 Auerbach Bldg. I Bowdlo, J. R., 89 Commercial Blk. I Bowman, J. M., 04 Commercial Blk". I Boyd, C. W., 400 McCornlck Bldg. I Bradley & Plschel, 300-304 Atlas Blk. Braflett, M. P., 518 Dooley Bldg. W Breeden & Farnsworth, 315 D. P. Wal ker Bldg. Brown, Arthur, 212 So. Main St. Browne, II. C, 231 D. P. Walker Bldg. Browne, T. E., 2C-27 Commercial Bldg. Cannon, Irvine & Snow, 512-514 Tem- pleton Bldg. Casey, A. W., 95 Commercial Blk. Cherrlngton, Pennel, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Cherry & Pardee, 208-209 Herald Blag....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

I' H TR.U TH. i H SALTAIR j TIME CARD. j May 31st, 1906. H i cave Salt Lake. Arrive Salt Lake. j 10:30 a. m 1:00 p. m. j 2:00 p. m 3:30 p. m. H 3.00 p. m 4:30 p. m. H't 4:00 p. m 5:30 p.m. 5:00 p. m 0:30 p. m. H G: 00 p. m 7:30 p.m. j 7:00 p. m 8:30 p.m. 8:00 p. m 9.30 p.m. S 9:00 p. m 10:30 p. m. 10:00 p. m. "11: 30 p. m. M Sunday last train leaves Salt Lake at 9:00 p. m. Sunday last train loaves Saltnlr at i0:00 p. m. M Depot I'irst South and Fourth West 8 streets. 'f- B Fair for round trip, 25 'cents. J. E. iANQFURD, Lessee. H SUMMONS. Hi In tho District Court of the Third H Judicial District In nnd for tho County H of Salt Lake, Stato of Utah. B Louisa B. Ames, plaintiff, vs. Sam- fl ucl P. Carlson, and the unknown heirs M of Samuel P. Carlson, defendants. M Summons. H Tho Stato of Utah, to said Defend- M You are hereby summoned to ap- M pear within twenty days after the scr- M vlco of this summons upon you, If fl served within tho county In which this fl I action Is brought, ot...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 23 June 1906

X R U T M. IS I THE OGDEN POSTMASTERSHIP The Utah State Journal waxes' wroth over tho alleged Interference of Salt Lnko parties In tho Ogilen post office fight. The Journal, "Doc." Con don, and Judge Howell are behind the present Incumbent, Mr. Davis and fl against Bill Glasmann. Dill Is behind Glasmann and It Is dollars to dough nuts that Bill will land Glasmann In tho position. Bill does not need the help of Salt Lake parties! Truth novel had much admiration for Bill, but a man that can accomplish what Bill has in Weber county In tho last ten years, Is more than a match for a journal that Is owned by tho chairman of the "American" party, and dally expected to again change Its politics. BUI has been twice elected mayor of Ogden, at ono time defeating one of tho beat business men in Ogden for tho posi tion. Ho was elected to the legislature as a representative from Weber coun & ty and made speaker of that body. Was a candidate for U. S. senator against Senator Sutherland, and cl...

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