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I The Garland Globe
H ' Published Every Saturday at
H Terms of Subscription:
H Ono year (In aflvnnco) 11.50
H Blx months 76
H .Three months .CO
H Advertising rates furnished on ap
Entorod as second-class mattor
H tobniary 17, 190G, at tho postofllco at
H Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con-
H cress of March 8, 1879.
H J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager
I UTAH STATE NEWS
M It now HccniH certain that Logan
M will get a street railway this summer.
H Every Btoro In Salt Lake was strip-
ped of quilts nnd blankets to bo sent
M to tho people of San Francisco.
H The sum of 1441 was subscribed In
M Just twenty minutes by Mcrcur poo-
M pie for the San Francisco people.
M The two-year-old daughter of Ocorgo
1 Douglass of Smlthflcld fell Into a tub
M of boiling water and was fatally
M Tho contributions of tho school
M children of Ogdcn was tho first sub-
M Btnntlnl relief that renched San Fran-
M 'clseo nftcr the earthquake.
M An audlcnco or not less thnn 2,000
M people turned nut to hear tho great
M concoit for tho San Francisco Buffer-
H crs nt tho Salt Lake tabernacle.
M It 1b announced that n majority of
1 tho mcmbei-s of tho stato legislature
M favor thu appropriation of $25,000 for
H tho relief of tho San Francisco poo
M m Tho Corbett-IIyland prlzo light,
M scheduled to take placo In Salt Lnko
H City, on April 27, did not tako place,
B tho fight being provented by Sheriff
H I'ollco Ofllccr Charles A. Mlddletoo
M was accidentally shot by n friend In
H Salt Lako City last week, tho bullet
M striking tho ofllccr In tho right
H Alma Swcnson, ono of Mcrcur's load-
M tng merchants who was supposed to
H havo lost his life In tho San Francisco
M disaster, was located last week in
M San Joso.
M A milk wagon being driven by It. P.
- Wilkinson was struck by a Illo Grande
M switch cnglno at Ogden. Wilkinson
M was badly Injured and the wagon wob
M i 'morgan county's contribution to tho
M San Francisco sufferers consisted of a
H carload of 30,000 pounds of Hour nnd
H sovernl hundred loaves of bread, baked
B by Individual families.
M Amerlcau Foik shipped a carload
B of provisions to tho San Francisco
M suiters, the car being loaded to tho
1 roof with flour, potatoes, vegetables,
M eggs, clothing, quilts, etc.
B Tho first train o run over tho Salt
M Lake & Ogden railroad from within
M Kaysville city limits carried tho Da-
B vis county delegation to Salt Lako on
M tho 20th to join tho Manufacturers'
M - and Me.rchnnts' excursion to Monti.
m A man giving his name as Ed
M Sweeney, was found on tho trucks of
m tho baggago car of a train nt Wood's
M Cross with his foot bo badly Injured
M that amputation may bo necessary. Ho
M refused to s.ato how ho had received
H ho injury.
M Harry Alkcns, age . 45, n resident of
M Slatcrvlllc, was kicked over tho heart
M by his horso, Inflicting a severe wound,
from which It is feared ho will not
H recover. Hr was taking tho horse out
of tho Btablo to hitch him up when
H tho accident occurred.
U. Wilmott of Provo, ono of tho
oldest naval engineers In. tho United
States, having served as such In tho
M civil war and in tho Spanish-American'
H war, whero ho saw service n Cuban
H waters, has been stricken with parol-
H ysls and is dnngcrously 111.
H John Q. Stone of Salem had a son
H In San Francisco at tho tlmo of tho
H earthquake, and as ho could not hear
from him ho decided to go to San Fran-
H cUco. When ho arrived at Sprlngvlllo
H to take tho train ho met his son com-
H ing In on tho castbound train.
H Tho body of John Dakcr, who was
fl killed in a mlno accident at Phoenix,
M Arizona, on April C, arrived in Eure-
H ka on Saturday and was IntciTcd Sun-
H day. Baker was 30 years of age, and
H was ono of tho Utah boys who enlist-
H ed In tho Utah volunteers and served
H - In tho Philippines.
H Tho Indian appropriation bill, which
H Is under consideration In tho scnaXo,
H lias been agreed upon so far as it re-
M latcs to Utah. Tho bill carries an ap-
B propriatlon of $000,000 for Irrigating
M Indian lands In tho former Uintah res-
ervatlon, At least $150,000 will be lm-
H mediately available.
S Tho opening banquet and ball given
H by tho American Fork Commercial
B club was a grand success. There wenj
H 225 guests In attendance, about sot.
H onty-flvo of them from towns in Utah
H county aside of American Fork. The
H Provo Commercial club was represent-
M d by about fifty members.
V NEWS SUMMARY v
Tho llrltlsh portion, $05,505,000, of
the Itusslan loan lias been covered.
Agrarian troubles have commenced
at Nizhni Novgorod, Ilussln, nnd
troops have boon summoned.
A Delglan trading ship foundered
off Prnwlo point, near Dover, Eng
land. Her captain nnd .13 men were
Taylor Flick, populist candidate for
governor In 1900, nnd n Nebraska pion
eer, Is dead nt Ilrokcn Ilow, Nebraska,
nged 73 years.
Ono hundred nrmed men drove thb
working men from tho Plncdnlo wash
cry at Tamaquota, Pa. Protection has
A dispatch from I'oit Said to tho
London Dally Mall reports that Tur
kish troops havo occupied El Arish,
on tho Egyptlan-Syrlnn frontier.
Spenkcr Cannon hazarded a guess
last week that congress would "ad
onrn somo tlmo "between tho middle
of Juno nnd tho first of August."
Will Hrown, n negro, was lynched
by citizens, who banged him to a rail
road trcstlo for killing W. J. Johnson,
a rnllroad contractor of Corinth, Miss.
Tho now loan has been so largely
oversubscribed In Ilussla that sub
scribers havo been notified that they
will receive only ono of twenty shares
Tho Iloynl lnsurnnco company of
Liverpool has learned by cablo from
Its San Francisco manager thnt tho
cntnstropho Involves tho company in
a posslblo liability of $0,750,000.
At Czcnstochown, In Kusslnn Po
land, a bomb wns thrown at the car
riage of tho chief of pollco whon ho
wns returning from n funeral. Tho
mlssllo exploded, killing a policeman.
Tho annual meting of tho Imperial
council of tho Mystic Shrlnors which
wns to havo been hold in Los Angeles
May 7 to 14, has been Indefinitely
postponed on nencunt of tho calamity
In San Francisco.
Religious fixmzy characterized tho
fighting nt Les Nosblcs on April 22,
between Catholics nnd Metrlavlts,
when ten persons wero killed nnd
seventJj'-BOvon were wounded. Four
priests wero terribly mutllntcd.
Tho Nelson-Hercrn fistic bnttlo has
been postponed until May 25 by con
sent of all parties concorncd. This
nctlon wns token on tho presumption
thnt tho Shrlncr mooting nnd tho
Fiesta would not bo held at Los An
geles. Governor Pnrdeo has announced
that ho will call a special session ot
tho legislature for tho purposo of tak
ing nctlon on tho Snn Frnnclsco sit
uation. Tho dnto for the session will
not bo sot until tho excitement has
A great scandal has been caused In
St. Petersburg, by tho promaturo pub
lication of tho draft of tho new "fun
damental laws," or constitution oi
IlUBsln. Tho emperor has ordered an
Investigation to dctormlno how tho
news leaked out.
Tho sennto committee voted a fa
vornblo report on Pionjnmln D. Darnes
for postmaster at Washington, D. C.
A motion to Investigate protests
against Mr. names was circulated,
tho Democrats voting for It nnd the
Republicans against It.
Tho Democratic congressional cam
paign commlttco will maintain branch
hendquarters at Chicago, with Con
gressman Lloyd of Missouri In charge,
during tho approachJnp; congressional
campaign.- Tho prlncjpnl ofllco will bo
in Washington osnmhial.
A so'rlous outbreak of ' Hit" plague
has occurred nt Jammu, In Kashmir,
northern India. Thoits havo beon
many victims among tho members ol
tho imperial servlco troops. Two
hundred nnd olghty-flvo deaths occur
red during tho past week.
Rev. W. S. Matthow, presiding elder
of tho Methodist churches of Califor
nia, eays tho estimated losses of the
McthodlBt churches In San Frnnclscc
Is $5QO,000. He declares that the
work of rebuilding will commence as
soon as tho funds nro collected.
A telegram received from Krnsnoy.
nrck. Eastern Siberia, reports that
two-thirds of tho city of Yenlsolsk has
been flooded by tho rising of tho Yen
isei rlvor. Tho peoplo havo taken ref
uge on the roofs of their homos. Hun
dreds of houses have been damaged.
A map just published at San Fran
cisco of tho burnt district shows an
area covcrnlng 453 city blocks, 111
of which are south of Market street
and 342 nt tho north end, It is esti
mated that tho buildings destroyod
will he in tho neighborhood of GO.000
Tho first box of California chorrles
received this season was auctioned
at New .York City, ono chony at a
tlmo, for tho benefit of tho earth
quake sufferers and brought $2,440.
About 600 berry commission mer
chants and others attended the salo.
Final agreement was reached last
week between tho oporators and min
ers of tho Pittsburg district on wages
and conditions to rulo In thnt district
for tho next two years. Whllo tho
agreement Is based on tho 1903 wago
scalo, the miners secured several con-Vsslons.
OAKLAND, UTAH S-
Ohnlrman of Hoard W II Kono
f II O Vannuadcln
T K Sccrlst
IT II Kd wards
Clem . W P Enton
Treasurer Jns Jensen
Marshal Ocorgo Hcnrio
Justice of Pcaco II 0 Vnnausileln
1IOA11D OP IIKU.TII
T. II. Edwards John Lant
Dr. J.M. Francku
Governor John C. Cutler
Secretary Charles 8 Tlngoy
Atty. General MAKrcddcn
Auditor J A Edwards
Trcnsurcr James Christiansen
Supt. of Public Instruction
A O Nelson
State Senator 1st District Peter Clcgg
Representative F W Flshburn
Judge First Judloial District
W W Maughu
District Attornoy Fred J Holton
Chairman County Commissioners
A W Valentino
Commissioner, Iowa String
County Clerk N JValcntlne
Prosecuting Attornoy O E Foxley
Treasurer S N Colo
Sheriff Joseph Josophson
Recorder Christina Madsen
Assessor Ellas Jenson
County Superintendent of Schools
A E Jensen
Surveyor, Dowoyvillo J N Holdawoy
Fish & Gamo Warden Ellas Jensen Jr
County Physician Dr. K.'A Pcarso
Water Commissioner N P Andersen
COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH.
A W Valentino Chairman
M U Hart and E II Jones, members of
Prtclncti Juitle: ContUble:
Rricham Andrew Funk Charlea Chrl
BunMt C N Porttr T E Secrlit
Junction K WtUr J E Montsomtry
Plymouth E Rund N J NUh
Promontory Oeo. Houm CharlnCard
Tcrrac Q W Panons E J BaiMt
Clwr Crock 8 E Baker
Park ValUy Darld Hlnchl W E WMtakar
GrtniM Crk Phil Paakatt J W Cook
Rlv.rtlda J A Capanar Jaa Iladn.ld
Wlllard H N Cook Co J Weill
Thraa Mlla T C Youn Almon Wight
Mantua N C Jappaaan Hana Kallar
Call! Fort W W Laalty fc Hunaakar
Dawayrilla CJIXway D B Marbla
Colllnston CETwItchall J K Standing
Malad E K Hadtey Jamra Coll
Bear RWer AL Holmgren H P Thoreaen
fl.ldlng Frank Walker Dewey Wood
ertaga D Parktnaon J W Hal ford
Rawllna Thoa Lawa John II Watt
anowvilla C W Robbina AL Peteraen
Manila K H Frldal Charlea Krokseh
W. H. Evans,
Painter, Paper-Hanger and Cal
ciminer. Inquire at Sasser Restaurant.
Garland, ----- Utah.
C. J. Campbell,
Garland ..... Utah.
G. S. Mowry,
Painting and Paper-Hanging.
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in Building up the Town
Next Door East of Boothe's
Mrs. Ava Sasser,
Regular Meals and Lunches are Served,
Tho Rest Placo in Tho City.
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GARLAND ELECTRIC CO.,
O. II. MAHEK, Mrqii.
General Electric Supplies, House-Wiring,
Washing Machlno Motors, Etc.
Garland, - - - Utah.
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esaae: ii ry
A slight but distinct earthquake
shock was felt nt Medford, Oro., on
Tho safe of the Kettle Falls bank
was opened by burglars nnd 91,100 In
ensh taken. Tho outsldo combination
was worked by touch or ear, and tho
Inside- vault wns opened with a chisel.
Thcro Is no clue to tho robbers.
Tho Union Pacific railroad company
has begun, lnylng a six-inch watar
main along Second street of Laramie,
Wyo., to tho rolling mill, supplying
that institution from the city water
Tho wool season opened at Lewis
ton, Mont., Inst week, when n Boston
houso contracted for over 600,009
pounds of high grado wool at an ad.
vauco of 2 cents per pound over tho
pries pttlii the no mo growers last sea
jon. An. athletic meet, open to amateurs
from tho stato at large, Is being ar
ranged to occur nt tho county fair
grounds In Lnrnmlc, Wyo., on Juno
8, under tho direction of tho Athlctla
nsoclatlon of tho University of Wyom
ing. Dora Jennings has been ncqulttcd at
Grunt's Pass, Ore., of tho murder ot
her father, Newton M. Jennings, who
Inst September was shot nnd killed in
tho houso while his children slept.
Her brother Jnsper Is under convic
tion for tho crime. '
E. C. Kinney, locating engineer ot
tho Chicago, Milwaukee & St. I'nm
railway, snys the contract for build
ing -ICO miles In Montana from For
sytho to Hnrlowtown, tho junction
point with tho Montana rnllroad, has
lieen nwnitlcd to Reynolds Bros., tho
work to be completed In about n
An carthqunko shock, accompanied
by a rumbling noise, was felt at
Grant's Pass, Ore., at 12 minutes past
1 o'clock on the 23rd. Nearly every
ono in town wns awakened. Furni
ture moved In houses and several win
dows cracked, but thcro was no seri
ous damage. The shock lasted 15 or
N. T. Palmer of Hath, Mo., appeared
beforo the state land board at Salem,
Oro, last week to protest against the
nctlon of the board In refusing to Issuo
deeds to 20,000 ncres of public lands
to which ho holds fraudulent certifi
cates, known as tho "Kelllhor" claims.
Ho wns advised to lay his caso bctoro
tho courts or legislature.
By tho decision of n Jury In the
United States court at Butte, damages
to tho amount of S72.541.55 wero
awarded to tho Butto & Boston Con
solidated Mining company ngalnst
fho Gcymnn Mining company, Charles,
John and Joslo Geyman. Tho suit wns
brought to recover damages for al
leged surfaco and underground tres
pass. At a meeting of tho shlnglo manu
facturers of Washington, at which GO
per cont of tho output of thri stato
was directly represented, it. was decid
ed o raiso and maintain by'assess
ment a permanent defense fund, to
bo used In aid of tho Ballard manu
facturers and any others whoso plants
might In futuro bo tied up by labor
R. S. Van Tassol ot Laramlo county,
Wyoming, onb of tho largest land
owners and most prominent stockmen
of that county, has purchased tho
Joshua W. Iatta ranch of l.O'acrcs
it Sherman, Wyoming, paying $8,300
for tho lnnd. Mr. Iatta nt tho
tamo tlmo eold .184 head of cattle nnd
twenty-soven bend of horses for S10,
72G, making S19.02C for tho place.
George Ball, sheriff, and Percy M.
Elny, treasurer of Washington coun
ty, Colorado, havo been placed under
arrest chnrged with frauds committed
whllo tho two men wero officials of tho
United Sta-tos land ofllco at Akron.
They gnvo bond In tho sum of S1.000.
A telegram from Snn Francisco an
nounces that Claronco Wilson, 23
years pld, former resident of Helena,
son of E. T. Wilson, United States
bnnk oxamlnor for tho state of Wash
ington, succumbed to heart failure as
a result of tho eartliQualio excitement
At Lowlslon, MOht., -n verdict of In
voluntary manslaughter was returned
In tho caso of tlio stato ngalnst Harrj
Kock. Kock Is n prominent Htockman
nnd ho wns alleged to havo murdered
Joo Vnnders, a well-known gambler
Vandors was killed whllo Kock war
shooting promiscuously In n saloon.
Whllo In tho net of stoallng oro "
mnn, who refuses to give his narnn,
wntf shot and probably mortnllj
wounded by tho owners of tho Joker
claim at Manhattan, Npvada. This Is
tho culmination of efforts that have
boon In progress for a week to capturo
iomo of tho high grado oro thieves.
Pollcoman Hanlon was shot and
killed Tit Oregon City, Oro., by a. bur
glar wjiom ho had Just arrested, A
hat which tho thug dropped leads tho
dntectlvos to bollovo lio is Frank
Smith, who escnped. from 'tho "Port
land Jail by climbing lfand-oyer-hnnd:
somo dlstanco ilong'a t'elo'pho'nfi wire.-
Whllo "playing houso" In a straw
stack on tho ranch ot Robert Rcnz,
near Poplar, Mont., Loulso and Ches
ter Rlcker, young children of Ezra
Rlcker, wero burned to death. A child
of Mr, Rcnz, playing with them, was
saved by Its fathor, attracted to tho
scono by tho Bcrenms of tho children
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Garland, Utah. '
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Fresh aad Curtd Meats and Oraea Groceries. I
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"'Bank of Garland I
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ffboeaa X Oufl.r, vica.pr.st, U Gitomne Qeo VaU'ty I
John R Cutler, Horses 0 WMjrt
O. t. Campbell, cuhter. ey, W D Lewis, Polish XuiV
and Walter P Eaton.
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