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H The Garland Globe
H J. A. Wlxom. MltOT ft Manager.
H GARLAND UTAH
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UTAH STATE NEWS
H Tt Is now planned to construct a
H railway for (he entrance or the trucks
H Into the Union depot at Option.
M tlliani (ilnsmann, formerly mayor
B mil later KKt master of Ogdcn, ha:i
H been nominated hy tho Republicans
H of Ogden lor mayor.
B A reward of latin lias been offered b
H the governor for the arrest ami convic-
M I Ion of the highwayman who murdered
H Policeman Uiley tli Sail Lake City.
H Postmasters of I'tah are granted
B leave by the depart inent to attend tho
convention of the Slate littfllt of
Postmasters at Pnrownn on October 25.
B Thai I ho honi-y raising Industry in
Utah is nourishing is the report of the
H Utah Btt KeeMMs' as violation, which
met In annual session In Salt Lake
B City last Week.
H A. A. Tanner of Oakley, Idaho, in at
ti'inpllng to hoard si street car in Sail
H Lake City, fell under the wheels, one
foot being so badly crushed that ani-
pulatlon was necessary.
The light against the common house
fly, classed by the government expert!
as the typhoid fly. will be carried Into
J the schools of the state, and through
BK the schools bock Into the homes.
Milton Karri .son, !) years of age, was
HH walking nn the top of n iKuml fence
Hl at Springvlllc when he fell. A ring he
B wore on his finger caught on a nail
HH and his linger was torn from the hand.
Tho State Federation of Women's
HB clubs assembled . in sixteenth annual
H convention In Salt Lake City on
H Thursday, about 20(1 delegates from
M all parts of the state being present.
H The Rev. Elmer I. Goshen, nominal
B ed hy the Republicans of the Fifth
H ward of Salt lake City as their candi-
M date for the long i In the city
M council, has sent in Ills resignation
M from the ticket.
M From all indications I'aik City
M will have a new light Bystem and
B ono which will, it is estimated, save
M the city and the consumers from 25
Hi lo 50 per cent on their light bills as
fl compared with tho present rates.
M Two distinct earthquake shocks, pre-
j ceded hy vigorous tremblings and sels-
H mic waves, swept from northeast to
H the southwest over 150 miles of in-
H lennountaln territory, from Preston.
M Idaho, to Salt I-ake City, GO October 5.
H Hugh M. Darling, whose body was
H found In the doorway of a drug store
1 In Salt Iake City at an early hour
B In the morning, died of epilepsy, ac-
H cording to tho coroner's report. It
M was at lit st thought he had been
M Richard Soloman, 50 years of age,
M fell in front of a street car in Salt
B Lake City, his head being severed
fl from his body. It is supposed he
H either slipped or fainted, as he had
B crossed the track out of danger and
B hen fell backward.
The state conservation commission
M har. decided to get out as soon as
B possible a preliminary report
B Riving an abstract of the state's re-
M sources and then to dl.termlne the ex
B act status and area of each of the
J resources separately.
M ! Hy a cave-in at the li u Mur tunnel
H of tl o Boston C-oiisolldateu mine at
H Bingham, George Perry and Stojan
B Btolat.off were burled under many feet
H of dirt and debris. Stoianoff was dead
H when found, but Perry, who had been
H sheltered by an overhead beam was
H The report of tho cdty health depart
H Riant Ol Salt Uike for September
H shows a total of 101 deaths, compared
H with i8 deaths for September a year
H ago. Estimating the population ai
H Kft.000, the death rate was 14.27 per
H cent as against 13.84 per cent for Sop
H tt fiber of 11108.
B C. C, Andrews, for two years man
M ager of the Salt like branch of the
M Klein Fruit company, lias been
B In en. '.In buck from Los Angeles on the
H charge of having embezzled $50.80.
H Members of the llrm say his specula
B imns amount to almost $4,000.
b About three and one half miles of
m the new state road which passes
HH throuuh Weber county has been coin
HH pit 'ed. The road is being built between
M Salt Lake C'ty and Ogden, passing
fl through Davis county. Kach of the
PH three counties which will be benefited
JH will pav its proportion.
PB Some line samples of the fruit raised
B near Pangultch and the Hatchtown
H reservoir site of the state land board
H In (iuilleld county are on exhibit in
B Sail Lake. Apples weighing more than
fl M three pounds were shown, besides on
H ions, corn, turnips, potatoes weighing
B f three pounds and more, and cereals.
H- f- , Thf-un-- UHnUo4.1un-4f 4Luidcaxl.
M Veterans met lu Salt Lake City on
B Sunday and at a business session fol
B lowing an interesting reminiscence
B telling session, decided on keeping the
B pit sent state-wide organization intact
Km instead of forming a number of organi-
H zatlons in the various stakes of Zlon.
DEFENDS THE NAVY
HERO OF MANILA INSISTS THAT
OUR STRENGTH ON THE SEA
18 NO BLUFF.
Has No Fear of War, But Recognizes
Necessity of Stronger Merchant
Marine, and Is Heartily In
Favor of 8hip Subsidy Laws.
Washington. Defending with char
acteristic vigor the American navy,
Admiral lewey asserted during an
Interview on Thursday, that not only
Is our navy not a "bluff," but that he
is confident that It would give a good
account of Itself should war ever
The admiral's remarks were called
forth by a statement attributed to for
mer Hepresentatlve tLandis of In
diana, who, In a recent speech at
Cincinnati, Ohio, on advocating ship
subsidy, Is reported to have said,
That those Amorlcans who are in
formed considered our navy a bluff."
Declaring that he saw no war
clouds gathering on the horizon, Ad
miral Dewey discussed several phases
of the navy. He expressed himself
as heartily in favor of ship subsidy
legislation and made a strong plea
for the continued upbuilding of the
Referring to the remark attributed to
Mr. Landls, Admiral Dewey said, "of
course, what Mr. Ijandls meant was
that I he navy would be comparatively
useless In time of war without neces
sary auxiliaries drawn from the mer
The admiral expressed the belief
that ship subsidy legislation could
be secured were it not for the use
of the word "subsidy," which he said
many people did not like because
they thought It meant to give some
thing for nothing.
New Yorkers Butting In.
New Yorv. The New York cham
ber of commerce has instructed its
officers to intervene in the proceed
ings before the interstate commerce
commission, which Is considering the
so-called "Spokane case," affecting
rates of transportation throughout
The proposed readjustment would
tend to deprive the Atlantic seaports
of their natural advantages, draw
troni the Atlantic seaboard the origin
of manufacturing and distributing of
merchandise and concentrate such
business in cities of the Mississippi
valley, and amounts to a discrimina
nt!: aganst the east n favor of the
west, in the opinion of the chamber
COOK KILLED BY SHERIFF.
Men Quarreled Over Quality of Food
Tellutide, Colo. Paul W. Center,
cook at the New Sheridan hotel here,
was shot and fatally wounded by Un
ter Sheriff Louis i. Knudson. He
died three hours later at the hospital
to which he had been carried, pro
tstlng to the last that the shooting
was unprovoked. The shooting took
place In the bar room of the hotel
and was the outcome of a quarrel be
tween the two men over the food
furnished prisoners in the county
Had Too Many Husbands.
San Rafael, Colo. Deputy Sheriff
George Agnew has been notified that
Mae Hayner, who is wanted here for
trial on a charge of bigamy, is in
tail in Oakland, Cal. The complaint
was issued at the instigation of Wil
liam 11. Rayner, a Denver furniture
finisher, who alleges that he is the
woman's legal husband. It is charged
that she came here last June, de
clared she was a widow, and mar
lied Kdniund Thiele, an Oakland
druggist. later. It is said, she ob
tained 1,400 from Thiele on the
ground that she wished to visit her
mother in Denver, and disappeared.
Retrenchment the Watchword.
Chicago A cut of 10 per cent In
salaries of all officials and employes
or this city, from Mayor Busses $18,
000 down to the lowliest laborer, has
been agreed upon by the mayor and
department heads, it was learned on
Thursday, for the next year. This
drastic measure was made necessary
by the simple fact that Chicago has
not money enough to maintain the
payroll at its normal level. The pay
roll last year approximated $1,500,
000, The cut, before becoming ef
fective, must be sanctioned by the
Wat vlth the Landlords.
Chicago.- ce suicide landlords
in Chicago must submit to a court
test of a new state law which be
came eflotlve July 1 last, forbidding;
them to refuse rental of apartments
-CO -fanrths-wth- -:-tlrem- -Oa -Tbura,
day J. P. Longnecker, a tenant, who
was refused renewal of a lease for
an apartment because a child had
been Dorn to him therein, brought
suit under the new statute, demand
ing that the landlord be forced to re
new the lease.
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DEMON RUM HAS A SCARE
eTnpyrlKht. 1S0!l l
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One Hundred Thousand Persons Marched In a Temperance Parade In Chi
cago Recently. News Item.
WALSH LOSES FIGHT
BANKER MUST SERVE SENTENCE
OF FIVE YEAR8 FOR MISAP
PROPRIATION OF FUNDS.
Long Legal Fight In Endeavor to
Save Aged Man From a Con
vict's Cell Seems to Have
Been Without Avail.
Chicago. The verdict of the trial
court which round John R. Walsh
guilty of misapplication of the funds
of the Chicago National bank was af
firmed by the United States circuit
court of appeals hero on Tuesday.
Mr. Walsh must serve the sentence
of five years' Imprisonment imposed
upon him by the trial jury, save in
the event that tho supreme court up
sets the affirmation or the verdict or
guilty handed down. Counsel Tor Mr.
VVals'h In their appeal laid stress on
what they alleged was a lack or crim
inal Intent on the part or the derend
ant. In the very lengthy brier which
they filed much law was quoted .to
show that the convicted banker used
the funds of the bank in what he
considered a legitimate manner.
To obtain funds for the varied en
terprises in which he was Interested,
Walsh had recourse to the funds in
his three banks. In covering up these
loans it Is alleged he used memoran
dum notes signed with the names of
clerks who were not consulted In the
THIRTY PERI8H IN MINE.
Explosion Entombs Fifty Men in
British Columbia Colliery.
Nanalmo, B. C. Thirty lives were
lost In an explosion that entombed
more than fifty men in the Exten
sion mine or the Wellington Colliery
company here Tuesday.
Twenty or the imprisoned men
wore rescued, but the rapidly spread
ing fire prevented the rescuers from
completing their work. Eight bodies
have been recovered.
The men employed In the collier
ies on Vancouver island are of a bet
ter class of British miners and all
are well paid and have comfortable
homes. The Wellington Colliery
company, which owns the Extension
mine, is controlled by Drltish Colum
bia capitalists. Lieutenant-Governor
.lames Dunsmulr being the head of
President Taft In San Francisco.
San Francisco. After spending the
entire forenoon in the cities of Ber
keley and Oakland across the bay,
President Taft was welcomed to San
Francisco Tuesday afternoon by a
throng which lined the walks in
some places ten deep along a line
of march extending over nearly three
miles of the principal streets. The
school children of this city, Oakland
and Berkeley gave their joyous
cheers ror the president, and, as in
most of the other cites Mr. TaR has
visited on this trip, were one or the
prominent features or his reception.
Will Qet Aeroplanes Ready for Mar
ket. New York. Unless some change
or heart shall alter a delusion an
nounced on Tuesday by Wilbur
Wright, the spectacular flight mode
here Monday by the Dayton nvlator
Is the last which, tie or his brother
-OrvR4e -w4H- mok-l- 4unll-"iiere-
arter," said Mr. Wright, "we shall de
vote all our efforts to the commercial
exploitation of our machines and
only fly as a matter of experiment to
test the value ot whatever changes
we decide to make in their construc
INDIAN MURDERS SCHOOL GIRL
Waylays and Kills Merc Child as She
Is on Her Way Home From
School Lynching May Result.
Woodland, Cal. Wilbur Benjamin,
a rull-blooded Indian, has conTessed
to the murder or Violet Gilmer, a 15-year-old
school girl, whose body was
round near Rumsey on Wednesday.
The conression was made to the dis
trict attorney at the county jail and
with the sheriff and coroner present.
Benjamin stated that he waylaid
fhe girl as sho was on her way home
from school last Monday. She re
pulsed his advances and he choked
her to death. He then fled through
the hills and was arrested on the
outskirts of this city. Kxtra precau
tions to guard the Jail are being
taken. Public feeling has been In
flamed by the confession and threats
of lynching are freely made. The
officers fear trouble before the trial
ends. Benjamin is about 22 years
old and ralrly well educated.
ROBBER MURDER8 OFFICER.
Policeman Forgot to Disarm Pris
oner and Forfeits His Life.
Salt Iake City. Special Officer C.
C. Riley was shot and almost Instant
ly killed Tuesday night by a hold-up
man whom he had under arrest. The
murderer escaped immediately arter
the shooting. The murder or Officer
Riley happened a few minutes after
the hlgiwayman and his accomplice
had held up a man. Riley had Just
caught the highwaymen and was
taking them to the station when one
of them drew his revolver and shot
the officer down.
Dudley Buck Dead.
West Orange, N. J. Dudley Duck,
the organist and composer, died sud
denly at the home of his son here on
Wednesday. He had Just returned
after a two years' absence in Europe.
Mr. Buck was 70 years old. He was
born in Hartford, Conn., and was ed
ucated at the Lelpslc conservatory.
He composed the cantata sung by 800
voices at the opening or the centen
nial at Philadelphia and became
."'lined as a composer or pastoral
Cook Grants Request of American
Washington Dr. Frederick A. Cook,
the Arctic explorer, unnounced short
ly arter his arrival rrom New York
to deliver his lecture, that he will ac
quiesce In the proposition that the
University or Copenhagen be asked to
waive its claim to a prior examlnat'on
or his records, in order that the Amer
ican Geographical society and other
scientific societies in this country may
be enabled to review his data.
Water Pageant at St. Louis.
St. Louis. A water pageant on the
Mississippi river, in which a score
of gaily decorated vessels took art,
was the chief attraction of Tuesday's
programme in the St. Louis centen
nial week. Rowing crews, power
boats or all sizes, and numerous river
packets passed down stream beyond
the Eads bridge, where they were
reviewed by the visiting municipal or
flclals and the officers and orews or
the United States torpedo boat flotilla.
Peaiy Secures Strange Arctic Fish.
New York. Among the zoological
trophies brought back rrom Lie polar
regions by the Peary exploration ship
RooseVeiTareIeceraI "calls In " wlflcTT
have been preserved the fish or the
rarthest north From these exhibits
which will be given to the American
museum of natural history, it is Indi
cated that the farther north one goes
the smaller the fish becom.
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GIRL MASQUERADES AS BOY
Works for Three Years in a Livery
Stable Before Her Identity it
Discovered by Accident.
Cleveland, O. After masquerading
as a boy for three years, playing
boys games, working In a local liv
ery stable, driving a grocer's wagon
and hustling heavy boxes and express
packages, "Harry Roberts" has con
lessed to the police thai "he" Is a
girl and "his" name is Lillian Hoff
man, stepdaughter of Gottlieb Meiers
of this city.
Three years ago the girl, then only
17, tired or her home. She ran away, I
donned boys' clothes and went out
Into the world to work as a man.
Her identity became known a short
time ago, when she was arrested
while in the employ or D. Martin, a
grocer, on a trivial charge. Sentence
was suspended, but the police looked
further inlo "Robert's" career. Tiiey
found DO Mrl0UM acts other than that
they discovered that the "boy" was
really a girl. Her stepfather ascrib
ed the girl's strange bent to a love
for horses. The girl says sho had
always wanted to be a boy.
Real Life Tragedy.
Mantes-Sur-Seine, Fran;" At the
villa or Daniel Rldgeway Knight, an
American painter, at Rolleboise, Ar
tuande Plsoni, a 17-year-old girl, re
nowned for her beauty, and who
served Mr. Knight as domestic and
model, killed herself.
Arter being publicly jilted at a
village ball by her sweetheart, Gustav
Fortune, she returned to Mr.
Knight's home, took the painter's
shotgun and blew off her head.
Armande left a letter to her
father, a chimney sweep In Paris, and
to her sisters, adjuring the girls tc
avoid love affairs and never to be
lieve a man's word.
Murderous Attack oy Thug.
Oakland A thug, arrayed in wo
man's skirts, attacked and robbed
Mrs Emilia Medeiiouu as she was on
her way to her nome at 1600 Third
street. In company with her twe
children and two women companions
UTS, MederlouB was beaten on the
head and probably fatally injured by
her ansuilant, who wielded an iron
bar. While she lay unconscious on
the sidewalk and her companions and
children were Bcreaming for assist
ance, the thug took from her $00. Ho
Lien lied, vaulting over a high bourd
Attempt to Lynch Black Thief.
Tulsa. Okla. Fifteen negroes
boarded a train at Wybark on Friday
and attempted to take Arthur Manny,
a negro charged with horse stealing. h (
away from Sheriff Hooper with the
Intention or lynching him. Sheriff
Hooper held the crowd at bay with
his revolver until the train started
aud then, with the assis'arce of the
conductor, forced the entire mob to
jump from the moving cars. Manny
was taken lo Muskogee and landed
Would Settle Hawaiian Land Ques
tion. Honolulu. The calling of a special
session of the territoiial legislature
Is being considered by Governor Wal
ter F. Frear to take up the question
of amendments to the land laws to
be urged upon congress at its next
meeting. Governor Frear will start
for Washington next month on this
mission and desires that the legisla
ture take action before he starts
'1 he governor Is planning Tor a gen
eral opening of all available public
lands in the territory to settlors from
the United States.
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v 8mothered in Their Beds.
Nashville, Tenn. Four persons
were killed in a Are that destroyed
a brick apartment house in Jefferson
street. Several others were rescued
atter narrow escapes. Two negroes
were arrested on suspicion of know
ing something of the origin of the
fire. The dead: Mrs. Dora Flshmaii.
Rosle Fishinan, aged 14; Rachel Mar
keson, aged 16; Mrs. Rosle Fisliman,
aged 50. Serious injured: Moses
Flshman. The tire broke out while
tho inmates were asleep. f
Thinks He Saw Mrs. Gunnesa.
El Pnso, Tex. A special from Dal
hart, Tex., says that a man named
Hendrlck Fritz, formerly of Ia
Porte, Ind., on Friday positively iden
tified Mrs. Belle Gunness on a train
en route to Denver from Fort Worth,
where it Is reported she was recent
ly seen. Fritz asserts that Mrs. Gun
neas recognized him and hastily
went into the women's dressing
room, where she locked herBelt in.
Disabled by Hurricane.
Port Arthur, Tex. Waterlooged
and dismasted, with five remaining or
tier- OTtgtuut- ci-pw -of TreveTi r ttreKate-.' -J
Feore, from Mobile to Cuban parts,
was towed into this harbor on Fri
day. The vessel was stripped and
whirled hundreds of miles out of her
course by the hurricane of Septem