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I The Garland Globe
H ' Published Every 8aturday at
I, GARLAND UTAH,
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H Threo months I0
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H- Enterod as second-class matter
H Vobruary 17, 1906, at tho postodlco at
H Oarland, Utah, under the Act of Con
H' Cress of March 3, 1879.
H Y. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager
I VTAH STATE NEWS
B It now seems certain that Logan
H will get a street railway this summer.
H Every store In Salt Lnlo was strip-
M ped of quilts and blankets to bo sent
B to tho people of San Francisco.
M Tho sum or $441 was subscribed In
M Just twenty minutes by Mcrcur pco-
M plo for tho San Krnnclsco people.
B Tho two-year-old daughter of Ocorgo
H DouglasB of Smlthllold fell Into a tub
M of boiling water nnd wnB fatally
H Tho contributions or tho school
children of Ogdcn was tho first sub-
M stantlal relief that reached San Trail-
H 'Cisco after the earthquake.
M An nudlcnco or not less than 2,000
M people turned out to bear tho great
M oncort for the San Francisco Buffer-
M crs at tho Salt Lnko tabernacle.
M It is announced that a majority ot
H tho mcmbci-B of tho stato leglslaturo
ggg favor tho appropriation or $25,000 for
M tho roller or tho San Francisco pco-
M Tho Corbctt-Hyland prize fight,
m scheduled to tnlio place In Salt Lnko
M City, on April 27, did not tnko place,
M tho fight being prevented by Sheriff
m Police Officer Charles A. Mlddletou
H was accidentally shot by a friend In
M Salt iJikn City last week, tho bullet
M striking tho ofTlccr In the right
H Alma Swcnsou, ono of Mcrcur's lend-
H lng morchants who was supposed to
H havo lost his lire in the San Francisco
H disaster, was located last week in
H San Jose.
H A milk wngon being driven by II. P.
H Wilkinson was struck by a Illo Orando
H switch cnglno at Ogden. Wilkinson
was badly Injured and the wagon was
'morgan county's contribution to tho
ggga San Francisco sufforers consisted of a
H carload of 30,000 pounds or Hour and
sovernl hundred loaves or bread, baked
by Individual families.
H Amcrlcnn Fork shipped a carload
gggfl of provisions to tho San Francisco
H suffers, tho car being loaded to tho
H root with flour, potatoes, vegetables,
H eggs, clothing, quilts, etc.
gga Tho first train o run over tho Salt
ffl Lnko & Ogden railroad from within
ggga Kaysvlllo city limits carried tho Da-
gggM vis county delegation to Salt Lako on
H the 2Cth to join the Manufacturers'
ggga - and Merchants' excursion to Mantl.
H A man giving his namo as Ed
H' Sweeney, was found on tho trucks of
H tho baggago car of a train at Wood's
H Cross with his foot so badly Injured
H that amputation may be necessary Ho
H refused to stato how ho hnd received
H tho Injury.
H Harry Alkens, age . 45, n resident of
ggggj Slatervllle, was kicked over tho bean.
ggga by his horse, inflicting a severe wound,
H from which It Is feared ho will not
H recover. Ur was taking tho horse out
H of tbo stablo to bitch him up when
M tho accident occuircd.
H D. Wllmott of Provo, ono of tho
ggga oldest naval engineers In. tho United
H, States, having served as such in tho
H civil war and in tho Spanish-American'
gggfl war, where ho saw service n Cuban
M waters, has been stricken with paral-
8 ysis and Is dangerously 111.
B John Q, Stone of Salem had a Eon
H In San Francisco at tho tlmo or tho
H earthquake, and as ho could not hear
M from him he decided to go to San Fran-
clsco. When ho arrived at Sprlngvtllo
ggga to take tho train ho met bis son com-
H lng in on tho enstbound train.
H Tho body ot John nakcr, who was
gggH killed in a mlno accident at Phoenix,
eaaW Arizona, on Anrll C. arrived In Eure-
gggg ka on Saturday and was Interred Sun-
gggga day. Ilaker was 30 years ot age, and
gggga was ono of tho Utah boys who enlist-
fl cd in the Utah volunteers nnd served
H - In tho Philippines.
ggggg Tho Indian appropriation bill, which
ggggg is under consideration In tho senate,
ggggg lias been agived upon so far as it re-
gggtfl latcs to Utah. Tho bill carries an ap-
gggg propriation ot $000,000 for irrigating
ggggf Indian lands in tho former Uintah res-
ggggf ervatlon. At least $150,000 will be lm-
WB mediately available.
gggfl Tho opening banquet and ball given
gggfl by tho American Fork Commercial
gggfl club wns a grand success. There weif
gggfl 225 guests in attendance, about sev-
gflfl enty-nvo of them from towns in Utah
gflfl county aside of American Fork. Tho
gggfl Provo Commercial club was represent"
B ed by about fifty member o.
V NEWS SVMMARY V
Tho llrltlsh jKirtlon, $G5,G0G,00O, of
tho Ilusslan loan hns been covered.
Agrnrlan troubles havo commenced
at Nizhni Novgorod, Htusla, and
troops havo been summoned.
A Ilolglon trndlng ship foundered
off Prnwlo point, near Dover, Eng
Innd. Her captain and 33 men were
Tnylor Flick, populist candldnte for
governor In 1000, nnd n Ncbinska pion
eer, Is dead at Hroken Dow, Nebraska,
nged 73 years.
Ono hundred aimed men drovo tho
working men from tho Plnedolo wash
cry at Tamaquotn, Pa. Protection has
A dispatch from Poit Snld to tho
London Dally Mall reports Hint Tur
kish troops havo occupied El Arlsb,
on tho Egyptlnn-Syrlan frontier.
Speaker Cannon harnrded a guess
last week that congress would 'nd
ourn somo tlmo "between tho mlddlo
of Juno nnd the first of August."
Will Drown, a negro, was lynched
by cltlens, who hnnged him to a rail
road trestle for killing W. J. Johnson,
a railroad contractor of Corinth, MIbs.
Tho now loan hns been so largely
oversubscribed In HiiBsIn that sul
scrlbcrs havo been notified tbnt they
will receive only ono of twenty shares
Tho Hoyal Insurance company of
Liverpool hnB learned by cable Iroin
its San Francisco mnnager tbnt tho
catastropho Involves tbo company In
a posslblo liability or $0,750,000.
At Crenstochown, In Ilusslan Po
land, a bomb was thrown nt the car
rlago or tho chler or pollco when ho
was returning rrom a funornl. Tho
missile exploded, killing a pollcomnn.
Tho annual meting of tbo Imperial
council of tbo Mystic Shrlnors which
wnR to havo been held In Los Angeles
Mny 7 to 14, hns been Indefinitely
postponed on ncocunt of tho calamity
In San Frnnclsco.
Religious frenzy chnrnctcrlzcd tho
fighting nt I-cs Nosbles on April 22,
between Catholics nnd Motrlavlts.
when ten persons wore killed nnd
scvent-soven wero wounded. Four
priests wero terribly mutilated.
The Nelson-Hercrn fistic bnttlo has
been postponed until May 2G by con
sent of all parties concerned. This
nctlon wns taken on tho presumption
that tho Shrlnor mooting nnd tho
Fiesta would not bo held nt Los An
geles. Governor Pnrdeo has announced
that ho will call a special session ol
tho legislature for tho purposo of tak
ing action on tho San Francisco sit
uation. Tho dnto tor tho session will
not bo sot until tho excitement has
A great scandnl has been caused in
St. Petersburg, by tho prcmaturo pub
lication of tho draft of tho now "fun
dnmcntal laws," or constitution oi
riussla. Tho emperor has ordered an
Investigation to determine how tho
newB leaked out.
Tho sennto committee voted a fa
vornblo report on nonjamln D. nnrncs
for postmaster at Washington, D. C.
A motion to Investigate protests
against Mr. Dames was circulated,
tho Democrats voting for It nnd the
Republicans against It.
Tho Democratic congressional cam
paign committee will mnlntnln brnnch
headquarters at Chicago, with Con
gressman Lloyd of Missouri in chnrgo,
during tho .approaching congressional
campaign. Tho prlncjpal ofllco will bo
In Washington nsat'tthTal. t
A serious outbreak of flic, plagua
has occurred at Jammu, In Kn'shmlr,
northern India. Tboro havo been
mnny victims among tho members oi
tho imperial sorvlco troops. Two
hundred nnd olgbty-flvo deaths occur
red during tho pnst week.
Itev. W. S. Matthow, presiding elder
ot tho Methodist churches ot Califor
nia, 6ays tho estimated losses or the
Methodist churches In San Francisco
Is $GQ0,000. Ho declares that the
work ot rebuilding will commence as
soon as tho fundB arc collected.
A telegram received from Krnsnoy
arck, Eastern Siberia, reportn that
two-thirds or tho city of Yonlsolsk hns
been flooded by tho rUIng of tho Yen
isei river. Tho people havo tnken ref
uge on tho roofs of tholr homes. Hun
dreds of houses hnvo been damaged.
A map Just published at San Fran
cisco of tho burnt district shows an
area covernlng 453 city blocks, ill
of which nre south of Market streot
and 342 nt tho north ond. It is esti
mated that tho buildings destroyod
will be In tho neighborhood of 00,000
Tho first box of California cherries
received this season was auctioned
at Now York City, ono ebony at a
time, for tho benefit of tho earth
quake sufforers and brought $2,440.
About 500 berry commission mop
chants and others nttoudod tho salo.
Final agreement wns reached last
week between tho oporators and mln
crs of tho Pittsburg district on wages
and conditions to rulo In that district
for tho next two years. While tho
agreement Is based on tho 1903 wage
scnlo, tho minors secured several concessions.
OAKLAND, UTAI' 1-
Clinlrmnn of Hoard W II Itouo
III O Vannusdeln
T i: Socrist
T II Edwards
Clcrx ' - W P Eaton
Treasurer .Ins Jensen
Marshal George llcnrlo
Justice of Pcaco II (J Vannusdeln
DOAHD OF IIKUTll
T. II. Edwards John Laut
Dr. J.M. Francki
Governor John C. Cutler
Secretary Chnrlcs S Tlngcy
Atty. General JIAUrcdden
Auditor J A Edwards
Treasurer James Christiansen
Supt. of Public Instruction
A C Nelson
State Senator 1st District Peter Clcgg
Representative F W Fishburn
Judge First Judicial District
W W Maughn
District Attorney Fred J Holton
Chairman County Commissioners
A W Valentine
Commissioner, Iowa String
N EH Jones
County Clerk N JiValcntine
Prosecuting Attorney 0 E Foxley
Treasurer S N Colo
Sheriff Joseph Josephson
Recorder Christina Madscn
Assessor Ellas Jensen
County Superintendent of Schools
A E Jensen
Surveyor, DowcyTlllo J N Holdaway
Fish & Gamo Warden Ellas Jensen Jr
County Physician Dr. R'A Pcarse
Water Commissioner N P Andersen
COUNTY HOARD OF HEALTH.
A W Valentino Chairman
M U Hart and E HJones, members of
Tnclnct: Juttlc: ConiUbla:
llrlxhtm Andrew Funk Charle Cheat
BunMt C N Porter T K Recriit
Junction It WalUr J E Montgomery
Plymouth E Ilund N J Nlih
Promontory (ieo. Houm Charlea Card
Terrace O W Pariona E J Baaeet
Clear Creek 8 E Baker
Park Valley David Hlrachl W E WhlUker
Grouae Creek PhllPaakett J W Cook
Klrertlde J A Capener Jaa Hadrt.ld
Wlllard B N Cook Geo J Welle
Three Mile T G Youna- Almon Wight
Mantua N C Jeppeaen Hane Kellar
Calla Fort W W Laatey E Hunaaker
Dewey Yllle C J Dewey D B Marble
ColUnaton CETwItchell J RBtandlns
Malad E K Hadley Jamea Coll
Bear Rlrer AL Holmgren H P Thoreeen
fielding Frank Walker Dewey Wood
ortage D Parklnaon J W Hal ford
Rawllne Thoa Lawa John II Watt
anowTllle C W Kobblna AL Petereen
Manila K H Frldal Charlea Krokach
W. H. Evans,
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Garland, - - - - Utah.
A slight but distinct earthquake
Bhock was felt at Medford, Oro , on
The safe of tbo Kettle Falls bank
was opened by burglars nnd $1,100 In
cash tnken Tho outsldo combination
wns worked by touch or car, nnd tho
Insldo vault wns opened with a chisel.
Thero Is no clue to tho robbers.
Tho Union Pacific railroad company
has begun laying a six-inch watarj
main along Second street of Laramie,
Wyo to tho rolling mill, supplying
that Institution from the city water
Tho wool seanon opened nt Lewis
ton, Mont., Inst week, when a Boston
houso contracted for over 000,009
pounds of high grade wool at an ail
vaiico of 2 cents per pound over tho
prlco phlu the sumo growers last sea-jon.
An nthletlc meet, open to nmateurs
from tho stato at large, Is being ar
ranged to occur at tho county falf
grounds In Laramie, Wyo,, on .Tuna
8, under tho direction of tho Athlctlo
asoclntlon of tho University of Wyom.
Dora Jennings has been acquitted nt
Grant's Pass, Ore., of tho murder ot
her father, Newton M. Jennings, who
Inst September was shot nnd killed in
tho houso whllo his children slept.
Her brother Jasper Is under convic
tion for itho crime.
E. C. Kinney, locating engineer of
tho Chlcngo, Milwaukee & St. Pnni
railway, says tho contract for build
ing -1C0 miles In Montann from For
sytho to Hnrlowtown, tho junction
point with tho Montnna railroad, has
b'ecn awarded to Reynolds Dro(S., tho
work to bo completed In nbout a
An earthquake shock, accompanied
by a rumbling noise, was felt at
Grant's Pass, Ore., at 12 minutes paBt
1 o'clock on the 23rd. Nearly every
ono in town was nwakencd. Furnl
turo moved In houses and several win
dows crncked, but there was no seri
ous damage. The shock lasted 15 or
N. T. Palmer of Bath, Mo., appeared
before the stato land board at Salem,
Ore, last week to protest against the
nctlon of tho board In refusing to Issue
deeds to 20,000 acres of public lands
to which ho holds fraudulent certifi
cates, known as tho "Kclllher" claims.
Ho was advised to lay his caso beforo
tho courts or legislature.
By the decision of a Jury In the
United States court at Butte, damages
to tho nmount of $72,541.55 wero
awarded to tho Butto & Boston Con
solidated Mining company ngalnsi
tho Gcymnn Mining company, Charles,
John nnd Joslo Geyman. Tho suit was
brought to recover damages for al
leged surfaco and underground tres
pass. At a meeting of tho shlnglo manu
facturers of Washington, at which CO
per cent of tho output of tho stato
was directly represented, it. was decid
ed to ralso and maintain by "assess
ment a permanent defense fund, to
bo used in aid of tbo Ballard manu
facturers and any olhcro whoso plants
might In futuro bo tied up by labor
R. S. Van Tassel of Laramlo county,
Wyoming, ono of tho Inrgest land
Dwnors and most prominent stockmen
of that county, has purchased tho
Joshua W. Latta ranch ot l.'480'acres
it Sherman, Wyoming, paying $8,300
for tho lnnd. Mr. Lntta at tho
samo tlmo 6old 384 head of cattlo nnd
twenty-soven head of horses for $10,
72C, making $19,020 for tho place.
George Ball, sheriff, and Percy M.
Elny, treasurer of Washington coun
ty, Colorado, havo been plnced under
arrest charged with frauds committed
whllo tho two men wero officials of tho
United States land ofllco at Akron.
Thoy gavo bond In tho sum of $1,000.
A telegram from Snn Francisco an
nounces that Clnronco Wilson, 23
years phi, former resident of Helena,
son of B. T. Wilson. United States
bnnk examiner for tho stato of Wash
ington, succumbed to heart failure as
a result of tho eartlio.ua!u oxcltemejnt
At Lowlston, -Mont.( "n verdict of In
voluntary manslaughter was returned
in tho enso of tlio s(ato against Hnrrj
Kock. Kock Is n piomlnont stockmnn
and ho was alleged to havo murdered
Joo Vanders, a well-known gamblei
Vanders was killed whllo Kock war
shooting promiscuously In a saloon.
Whllo In tho act of stealing oro '
mnn, who refuses to give his namo,
wnri shot and probably mortnllj
wounded by tho owners of tho Joker
claim at Manhattan. Novada. This Is
tho culmluntlon of efforts that havn
been In progress for a week to enpturo
somo of tho high grado oro thieves...
Policeman Hunlon was shot and
killed nt Oregon City. Oro., by a. bur
glar whom ho had Just arrested. A
hat which the thug dropped leads tho
detectives to bollovo he. is Frank
Smith, who escaped, from 'tho 'Port
land Jail by climbing h'and-oyer-hand-somo
dlstanco ilong.t telephone wire.-
Whllo "playing houso" In n straw
stack on tho ranch of Robert Renz,
near Poplar, Mont., Loulso and dies
tor Rlcker, young children of lfttra
Rlcker, wore burned to death. A child
of Mr. Renz, playing with them, was
saved by its father, attracted to tho
sccno by tho screams of the children
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