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Vol. 4. No. 34. Published at Oarlond, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 25, 1909 H
Mrs. Julia A. Bingham
Passed Away Last
Saturday After a
Lingering Illness off
More Than a Year.
Sister Julia A. Bingham.presi-
dent of the Garland Relief
Society, wife of Sanford Bing
hnm, Jr., and one of the most
highly respected and influential
woman of this community, pass
ed peacefully away last Satur
The cause of her death was
due to yellow jaundice and pall
stones, from which she has been
confined to her hod for the past
year or more.
She passed away on the eve
of her wedding day, having been
married just 41 years.
During her prolonged illncHs,
their home was destroyed by
fire and she was miraculously
rescued from the burning build
ing. Mrs. Bingham was (0 years
of age; is survived by a husband,
three daughters and one son, as
follows: Mrs. Anniu Peterson
of Riverside, Mrs. Minnie Lar
, sen, Miss Lucina 0. Bingham
and Stanford H. Bingham of this
She was the daughter of Mark
and Malissa Hall of Ogden, who
came to Utah in the fall of 1847.
Mr. and Mrs. Bingham were
pioneers to this valley, coming
here to reside in the spring of
Deceased was chosen as the
president of the Belief Society
at the first ward organization
in Garland North and faithfully
filled that position up to the
time of her demise. She was
a true Latter-day saint and was
loved by all who knew her.
Impressive funeral services
The Utah-Idaho Sugar
Company will place
their men for the re
spective positions in the
Garland factory Thurs
day, September 30th,
I at 1 2:30 p. m.
Utah-Idaho Sugar Co.
were held at the Garland hall
Tuesday at ?t80 p. m. Numer
ous beautiful wreaths of flowers
were in evidence and the stage
curtain Was draped in white with
the words "At Best" tastefully
arranged in twigs and green
boughs. The large, handsome
casket was litterally covered
with floral offerings. A large
crowd was in attendance and a
host of the relatives of the de
Bp. A. R. Oapener presided.
Singing by the choir "Besting
Now From Care and Sorrow."
Prayer by Thos. E. King. Solo
"When We Meet On That
Beautiful Shore," Mrs. Maggie
Wixom. The following speakers
gave words of comfort to the
bereaved family and paid a high I
tribute to the charactor and ex-
ampliary life of deceased:
Susanah P. Booth, Emeline
Peters and Amelia D. Madsen,
presidency of the Bo Elder
Stake Belief Society; Julia A.
Richards and Esther Evans of
the Bear River Stake Relief
Society; Celia M. (hover,
Margaret W. Manning, Laura
Rice, W. L. G rover, Joseph
Jensen, D. E. Manning and
Bishop A. R. Capener.
During the services Mrs. C. O.
Anderson sang the solo "The
Choir Invisible" and Mrs. A. 11.
Gleason read the following reso
lutions of respect from the (Jar
land Belief Society:
KKSOLUTIONS Of RKSl'KCT
To the memory of our worthy
and beloved President, Sister
Julia A. Bingham, who depart
ed this life Sept. lHth,l!KR
Whereas, (Jod in his wisdom,
has seen fit to call home, to
another field of labor, our noble
and faithful President, causing
us to mourn her untimely de
Whereas, we feel it a sore
trial to part with one whom we
so loved and esteemed as we
did Sister Bingham, who always
preformed her work with an
Therefore, be it resolved that
we emulate her noble character
and examplify her teachings,and
Be it farther resolved that we
extend our heartfelt sympathy
to the sorrowing husband and
children, and that a copy of
these resolutions be placed on
the records of the
Garland Relief Society,
Laura S. Rice, 1st Cou.
Sarah Jensen, 2nd Cou.
The choir sang the anthem
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"Beyond this World of Sorrow"
and the benediction wns pro
nounced by Moroni Ward.
The pall bearers were t Bing
ham brothers, as follows: B. F.,
.John, Win., Joseph S., B. B.
ami Boason Bingham.
The remains were interred in
the city cemetery and a large
cortage accompanied them to
the grave yard. The grave was
dedicated by Win. King.
B. C. Sutton had a hearing
before Justice Burdett Smith
Wednesday on a charge of dis
turbing the peace Tuesday
afternoon. ITe became abusive
and lit onto Curton Brown at
the Club Saloon Tuesday after
noon and Brown laid him out.
Later he threw a number of
pool balls at Master Brown and
attempted to make a get-away,
but Brown nailed him and gave
him a sound threshing he rightly
deserved. He was landed in
jail and Dr. Kich summoned to
dress his wounds. Wednesday,
before Justice Smith, he plead
guilty to disturbing the peace
and was fined $o.(K) and costs.
Sentence was suspended and he
was allowed five hours to get
out of town. lie skiddoed.
Welcome Home Sooial.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Bich
were guests of honor at a very
pleasant Welcome I Ionic Social,
give under the auspices of the
Belief Society Stake Board at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Oapener of Biverside, last Fri
day evening. her seventy-five
invited guests from Biverside
and Garland, near Biverside,
were present. The rooms of
the( lapener dwelling were taste
fully decorated in crape and
fiowers for the occasion and
from one corner 'of the parlor to
the other the words "Welcome
Home" hung gracefully over
head. The evening was most '
pleasantly spent 111 entertaining
porlor games arranged by Mrs.
Capener, who is a "star" enter
tainer. A dainty lap lunch was
served. Everybody present had
a most enjoyable time and the
big town clock at Biverside was
tolling the smallest hour of
morn when the guests took their
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State Fair October
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Octoher 1st to 5th Inclusive, limit Octo
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New Apple Variety
Found In Exhibits
Fvoni the Bear Biver Valley.
One variety of apples in the exhibits
at the fair has attracted more than usual
attention. They wore marked "ewalthy"
but competent judges say they are uo.
of that variety, but are In a class by
themselves, no name being definitely
known for them. They are a beautiful
thin-skinned fruit, with cheeks of a
brilliant color. Take one of them and
rub it across the sleeve of your coat, and
it will shine as if especially made up for
the occasion. Their meet Is sweet and
Mat hew Bear has a remarkable show
ing of Napoleon oats in this exhibit.
Thj.se oats average 110 bushels to the
acre for SO acres or 130 bushels for the
best 20 acres under cultivation.
Specimens of litceriio seed arc display-
ed here that will go at least 500 pounds
to the acre. This was planted in rows
Hnd cultivated like corn or potatoes. It
was raised on drv land. By the old pro
cess of cultivation, this lucerne seed
would not have averaged over 250 pounds
to the acre. The lucerne seed raised by
the process of Irrigation and exhibited
here also M ill average about 1 ,000 pounds
to the aero.
Bunches of bromls inermus, the great
fodder I has stays green under the ice and
snow arc displayed in this exhibit , too.
This is used for pasture.
Om hundred dollars was offered by the
Hear Rival Commercial club as a reward
to the person who could find a worm hole
in any of the apples exhibited by the
club at the Four-Stale fair. Nobody
got the money. There wasn't a worm
hole to found.
The display of fruits, grains and
vegetables made by ihe Bear Hlvcr Com
mercial club was a prominent feature of
litis department of the fair. Consider
able space was occupied by the display,
which was designed and arranged by II.
K. Beddings, a former decorator of
Chicago, after thirty hours of continuous
work Mr. Beddings, and the Beat
Biver boosters U'ceiveil their reward
when the judges awarded this exhibit a
gold medal for being Ibe most arifftk of
the kind, quality of goods displayed also
bringing about a reward.
The Boy exhibit was given a prize
and gold medal on account of I he
(inanity and quality of goods shown.
This display was way above the aver
age, also. The quauily of products
displayed was noticeable aside from the
excellence of the vegetables, fruits and
grains exhibited. From an artistic stand
point, the Bear Biver display was much
more attractive but when it came to the
products themselves, the Bear Biver
showing would have had to hump its
UaeU and fuss In order to get the best of
its worthy competitors.
Fifty-three varieties of grains and
grasses were shown in the Bear River
display, besides more than a huiidred
varfetics of f ruTts" aiIdvggctgtatcs.--"Joitr
A-Y-P Exposition Rates
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Opening of I
The Garland public school M
opened Monday with an enroll- fH
incut of 142 pupils. Some j
changes have been made in the k
teachers assigned since our M
last issue and the fol lowing are M
the teachers appointed for onr -H
school: W. M. Lillywhite, M
principal and instructor of the M
7th and 8th grades; F. O. Haws, H
"th and (th grades ; Hilda Nel- M
son, 3rd and 4th grades; Sarah M
Orwin, 1st and 2nd grades; M
Lottie F. Smith, beginners. M
Principal W. M. Lillywhite M
gave the Globe office a pleasant M
call Tuesday evening and ex- M
pressed himself a being much M
pleased with the good enrollment M
nt the beginning of school and M
sujested that parents should M
make an effort to encourage all H
children over six years of age M
to enroll in the beginners grade M
right away and not wait until I
tln season is half gout1. M
The L. S.C.C. I
met at the home of Mrs. Agnes M
Wlieelou, on Factory s t r e e t, M
Thursday afternoon. Minutes M
were read and the roll call show- M
ed 1IJ members present. The M
following ladies were guests of H
the hostess: Mesdanies .lulia M
Baxter, Lottie Baxter, A. Zink, H
.I.M. Franckc, Hans Miller and Mi
Ezra Wyatt. I
I hiring the afternoon Mrs. H
Mnrie Wing and Mrs. 3. A. H
Wixom each sung a solo. H
Secretary Estclla Davis read H
a letter from the Federation of H
Woman's Clubs in respect to H
nnniril dues and it was unani- H
m Misly agreed to pay all (lues H
in September. Dues become H
delinquent after Oct.-Tith. H
Mesdames Mantina Jensen, H
Celia M. GroVOT and La Von H
Smith were appointed delegates S
to attend the F. of W. C. Con-
ventiou to be held in Salt Lake H
Oct. 7th, si h and 0th.
Mrs. Hilda Nordquist read H
from the book entitled "Dorothy H
Vernon" and Mrs. Esther Evans H
was appointed to give "Current H
Topics" at the next meeting. H
Delicious refreshments were M
tmiTttd snd -Mi:sj..Jj.uj'ul WaJlis H
will entertain the Club Oct. 14th. H
Lost On Peach Day between H
this city and Brigham (near H
Brigham) a brown invissible M
plaid coat. Finder return1 to M
Archie Munns, Garland. It M