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The Garland Globe
U .1. A. Wlxum, Editor & Manager.
H GARLAND UTAH
UTAH STATE NEWS
WM Ovrr 20(1 tons of lee are used Sail
B Lake City every day at thin time of
H the season
H The county commissioners of Cache
H county have fixed the tux levy at nlni
B mills, the name ax last year.
W. R. Kelley, a smelter eniployef
H at Murray, wan killed by falling thirty
H feet and landing on a cement walk
HB Thomas Orglll of Paradise waa Re
rlously Injured by being st.ruck by
lightning, but Is expected to recover.
VJ The Kaysvllle Trotting association
4H has been incorporated. Nearly all th
Btockholdera are residents of Kays
Robert Jones, a painter, was over
come by the heat while working on n
building at Ogden and fell, gerlously
Arthur A. Sweet, a well-known min
Ing man, railway promoter and busl
H ness man of Salt Luke City, died In
Joi.i; Reach, Cal., July 20, of chronic
According to the weather bureau of
finals, this Is the hottest and dryesi
July since the establishment of the
government bureau in Salt Lake City
thirty-six years ago
The sign. "No Deer Sold in Cans "
has been hung up In every saloon in
Eureka, and there Is weeping and
walling among the members of the
A permanent fire department Is to
be organized at Midvale. Already the
town has a pipe line with hydrants 'n
italled. The city lias purchased a
hose cart and 500 feet of hose, and
more Is to come.
I Owing to the dry season and the
continued hot weather, many of the
streams throughout the state have
shrunk to half their normal flow, and
H in many places there Is a dearth of
water for Irrigation purposes.
A little baby boy a few hours. old
was placed In a basket and left by un
Hi known parties on the doorstep of the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Col
clough at Midvale several nights ago
The child has not. been claimed, but
HM will be well cared for.
Salt Lake City will soon have an
Hi ordinance regulating automobile en
Hi thustasts and It Is hoped that many
accidents will be avoided. A number
Hi of serious injuries have been received
Hi by pedestrians in the city on account
Hi of Insufficient speed laws.
Hi The United Stutes marine recruit
m Ing station In Salt lake City is ac
compllshing great results. Since the
station waa established here four
weeks ago there has been an average
of (Six men sent to California train
ing quarters each week.
Hi There are 437 barber shops in
Utah, in which 654 barbers and elgh
ty apprentices are employed, accord
Ing to i In- annual report of the state
examiners of barbers for the yeur
M ending June 30. 1910. Salt l-akr ha.-
ninety-one shops, employing 250 bar
Hi bers and twenty-flvo apprentices.
Hi The steering gear refusing to work
Hi en automobile crashed Into a tele
phone pole thirteen miles west of Salt
Hi l-ake. six of the occupants, County
I Commissioner Walter J. Burton and
I his guests, being Injured, none fatally.
The machine was being tested before
Hi purchase for use by the sheriff.
Joseph Walter Ablstrom, accuacd of
Hi iteallng postal funds, while In charge
m of the post office at Tropic, Utah,
was found dead In a lonely spot near
Hi his home. Post office officials had
M been diligently searching for the dead
M man and the location of the body is
B eaid to have been discovered through
B a dream of a near relative.
H Harry Thome, convicted of murder-
H ing George W. Fassel, In Salt Lake
B City, on March 26, has been sentenced
M to be executed on September 9.
M Tin r ne, who claims to be but 17 years
H old, chose shooting as his method of
m execution, but will try for a pardon.
M Work on the concrete and cement
M swimming pool at the Mountain View
H hot springs, near Monroe, Is being ra-
M pldly pushed The pool will be 45 by
H 90 feet and from three to seven feet
fl deep. The company expects to have
M uhe pool in readiness by the 25th of
M A new rule has been established by
m the postofflce department at Washing
H ton with reference to the handling
H of registered mall. In the future all
H registered letters or puckages must
H be Indorsed "receipt desired." If one
H v wants a return on It. If this Is uol
H done no receipts will be given.
H Senator Smoot is scheduled at the
H principal speaker at the Pioneer day
H celeliratli.ii in Salt Like City, on July
H A number of Utah dentists are in
H Denver this week, attending the meet
H lngs of the National Dental assocla-
FOR CHEAPER BATHS
SUIT BROUGHT AGAINST COMBI
NATION OF CAPITAL AND
Sherman Law Being Invoked Against
Alleged Trust. Restraint of Trade
Charged. Sixteen Concerns Are
Said to Be Involved.
Washington. Sixteen concerns
manufacturing sanitai" enameled ware
and their officers located in nine
states were proceeded against Friday
by the department of Justice in a bill
in equity filed against them at Malti
more, Md., under the Sherman anti
The concerns were charged with
being a combination in restraint of
trade. It is said to control 85 per
cent of the output of washbowls, bath
tubs, lavatories, drinking fountains
and other sanitary enameled Iron
ware. It was discovered, according to the
governments bill, that the defendants
had entered into a combination for
the purpose of controlling the price
and terms of sale of their product
throughout the United States. It is
alleged that they refused to sell their
goods to jobbers who refused to sign
It Is stated that this suit differs
from other suit Instituted by the
government under the Sherman law
In that the defendants have attempt
ed to conceal their purposes under
the gnlse of an ostensible licensing
arrangement under a patent.
NEGRO MURDERER BURNED.
Dies at the Stake in Texas Town Af
ter Slaying Officer.
Belton. Texas. Henry Gentry, a
negro 18 years old. paid the penalty
of his crime of murder and presum
ably Intended assault at the stake to
night, while two others, a brother
and a companion, charged with com
plicity, missed a like fate through
the pleadings of Sheriff Burke and
Early Friday the negro attempted
to force an entrance into the home
of Mrs. Lamb, a widow, but was
frightened away by a shot by the
woman's daughter. Several hourB
later, while Gentry was being
searched for by a posse headed by
Constable James Mitchell. Gentry,
firing from ambush, killed the posBe
The mob surrounded the fugitive,
and. as It closed in, Gentry made a
dash for liberty, but was shot and
crippled. He was dragged behind an
automobile to Belton, where several
thousand frenzied men and boys
awaited his coming. In ten minutes
he was burned to a cinder.
Accused of Burning Hotel
Hoaquini, Wash The known dead
In the Hoaquim hotel Are of early
Saturday morning are Mrs. Mary Ol
sen and C. K. Junetts. Wlnfleld Show,
reported missing, has been located at
Mocllps. The police have arrested K.
A. Schwabe, a musician, on suspicion
In connection with the fire. Tt Is al
leged that Schwabe returned to hlB
apartments In an intoxicated condi
tion and was refused admittance by
his wife, whereupon Schwabe went
Into the basement, and, either by ac
cident or design, set fire to the big
building. He will be held pending
further investigation of the fire.
Former Spanish Premier Shot.
Barcelona Antonio Maura, former
Spanish premier, was wounded Fri
day by a would-be assassin. His as
sailant was arrested. His name Is
Manuel Posa, and he is a native of
Barcelona. Posa fired three shots as
Senor Maura was leaving a train,
wounding him in the leg. The ex
preraler was hurried on board the
steamer Mlraml, where a doctor
dressed the wounds, which are said to
be Blight. He left Immediately for the
Island of Majorca.
Arizona Tewns Storm Swept.
i os Angeles. Cal. Messages re
ceived here early Saturday conveyed
the leixiri that Blsbee and Douglas,
Arizona, were again visited by Moods
caused by mountain cloudbursts and
that four persons had met death in
Blsbee city. Efforts to procure fur
ther information were balked by the
failing of the telegraph wlreB con
necting that section of Arizona with
the rest of the world.
Murdered on Wedding Day.
Lob Angeles, Cal. Guilty of murder
in the first d egree was the verdlot
brought iu by the jury in the case of
George Flgueroa, member of a well
known California family, who has
been on trial, charged with having
murdered his young wife last May.
Mtb. Flgueroa waa killed twenty-four
days after her marriage at her home
at Santa Monica.
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DEATH CLAIMS SOLDIERS
Eleven Men Killed by Accident at
Fortress Monroe Target Practice.
Heroism of Soldiers Prevent
Great Loss of Life.
Fortress Monroe, Va. Eleven men
of the Coast artillery were killed by
the blowing out of a breech block In
one of the big guns while the fortress
was engaged In target practice Thurs
day morntng. A half dozen others
are In the post hospital, one of whom
may die. The cause of the explosion
Is not definitely determined, although
a board of Inquiry was appointed Im
mediately after the disaster by or
ders from the war department in
The toll of death, -it Is believed,
would have been larger had it not
been for the heroism displayed by the
officers and men in the battery. The
wounded forgot their hurts and aided
the uninjured In stamping out the
burning powder that threatened the
charge for a second shot.
The inquiry Into the cause of the
accident will be thorough, although
the Investigation will be much more
difficult, as those who could have ex
plained It are all dead.
Suffragists Are on Parade.
London. An enormous crowd of
women from all parts of the world,
after parading through the streets
Saturday, gathered at the historic
meeting place In Hyde Park and
passed resolutions. A notable fea
ture of the procession was furnished
by the contingents from America,
France, Germany, Holland. Norway,
Sweden, and Canada and other Brit
ish colonies. The United States was
represented by twenty-five women,
each of whom carried the Stars and
Stripes. American suffragist leaders
Backbone of Strike Broken.
Montreal. "The backbone of the
strike will be broken by Saturday."
This was the assertion on Wednesday
of Vice President Fltzhugh, of the
Grand Trunk railroad In regard to
the strike of its conductors and train
men. "This afternoon." he continued
"we resumed part of our suburban
service out of Montreal. We are just
setting in motion a number of freight
trains. Recruits are coming to take
the strikers' places faster than we
can take care of them."
Ezra Meeker in Colorado.
Greeley. Colo. Ezra Meeker, one of
the few surviving " 49ers," and who
attracted attention by driving an ox
team across the country to New York
last year. Is here in the Interest of
having the old Oregon trail appropri
ately marked with monuments. An ap
propriation for this purpose now Is
pending in congress. Meeker Is tra
versing the old trail, which began at
Kansas City and ended at Tacoma.
He Is 80 years old.
Accused of Murdering Wife.
Santa Ana. Cal. Frank M. Skelly,
lumber merchant, contractor and pro
minent lodge man of Westminster,
was placed on trial In the superior
court here on Monday for the murder
of his wife in May of this year. Skelly
met his wife as she entered the kitch
en to prepare breakfast, dashed gaso
line upon her and then applied a
match. This was the story the dying
woman told to her mother.
County Buildings Burned.
Albuquerque. N. M. The Torrance
county courthouse, the Commercial
hotel, a laundry and a saloon were
destroyed by fire Friday at Estancia.
N. M . there being no water except
In wells. Loss $10,000. All county
reoords except the tax rolls of 1909
DROWNED IN QUICKSAND HOLE
Terrible Fate of Two Boys Who Were
Engulfed In Treacherous Sand
Just as Help Was in Sight.
Albuquerque, N. M. George Fiefer,
aged 11, and his brother Frank, 13,
while swimming in the Gila river near
Red Rock, about 4 o'clock Saturday
afternoon were drowned In a quick
sand hole. Frank stepped Into the
hole. George went to his aid, pulling
on the arms of his brother In a fran
tic effort to retard him from the en
gulfing sand. His foot slipped and in
another moment he lost his balance
and tumbled Into the treacherous
At first they struggled fiercely, sink
ing deeper every moment. Then, see
ing that their struggles only en
meshed them the more, they desisted
and began shouting for help.
Just as the boys' heads went under
some men saw the bubbles on the
surface of the hole and hastened to
their aid, but too late. When the
bodies were recovered, life was extinct.
MADE PECULIAR MISTAKE.
Woman Sued Wrong Man in Action
Seattle. The divorce suit of Lillle
S. Spalding against W. S. Spalding
was dismissed In the superior court
on Wednesday, the plaintiff's attorney
stating that the wrong man had been
sued. Mrs. Spalding was married in
Kaufman county, Texas, in 1897, to
A. W. S. Spalding, who deserted her
In 1898. The erring husband was a
painter, with sandy mustache.
Mrs. Spalding a few months ago
learned of the presence in Seattle of
a painter whose name and description
was the same as that of her missing
husband. Suit was brought against
the Seattle Spalding, who readily
proved his Innocence.
Killed by a Flah.
West Palm Beach, Fla Death in
an almost unheard of form waited for
Laurence S. Baker, an 11-year-old
Jacksonville lad, when he dived from
a boat while swimming In Lake
Worth. A stlngaree, a huge, flat
bodied and gruesome species of warm
water fish, was lurking just under the
boat. One of the barbed spines which
the fish carries on its whlpllke tall
pierced the boy's neck, cutting the
Jugular vein. He rose to the surface,
crying for help, and bled to death
within four minutes.
Ice Cream Cones Under Ban.
Washington. Precautions against
manufacturers of Ice cream cones
containing borax are to be instituted
by the government under the pure
food law. Large seizures of cones
were made recently In different parts
of the country by inspectors of the
department of agriculture. Analysis
of the i niies seized disclosed the
presence of borax, a property which
lias been held to be deleterious to the
Lost $10,000 on Prize Fight.
Chicago. A telegram announcing
the loss of $10,000 that J. J. Jeffries
would win over Jack Johnson was the
reuson why Harry Michaels, secretary
of the Michaels Furniture company
of this city, shot himself dead at his
desk, while his brother, a New Yorker,
awaited him at a hotel here. Ill
health w I the cause assigned at the
The Spanish Aii.ereian colony lo
New York nas been speculating for
some time regarding the visit which
President Monti of Chile Is Boon to
make to this country. He sailed from
Santiago on July 6 and will arrive In
New York early in August.
'C'TTLE OWNERS PREST WAR
Bloodshed Will Follow Attempt of
Utah Sheepmen to Extend Graz
ing Grounds in Bg Park.
Grand Junction, Colo. Bloodshed
will follow any attempt of Utah
sheepmen to extend their grazing
grounds in the lllg Park country of
western Colorado, according to T. W.
Moneil, of Montrose, who delivered a
MMttOfMl address to the Colorado
Stockgrowers' association here on
Tuesday. Me chnrges federal slock
inspectors with responsibility for the.
invasion of western Colorado by Utah
sin epmen. One of the inspectors, he 'A.
asserted, was afterward removed by
the bureau of animal industry. To
prevent the forcible removal of the
Utah sheep after they had been
driven across the line, Mr. Moneil
said this Inspector had declared them
infected, which necessitated their
quarantine and before released from
quarantine they had thoroughly
ruined the range.
Resolutions were adopted by the as
sociation protesting against govern
ment Interference with present range
boundaries as Hgreed upon between
cattlemen and sheepmen.
The convention went on record as
oppo.seii to the proposed herd law.
Suclra law, it was stated, would ruin
the livestock Industry.
TAFT ON CANADIAN LINE.
President Has No Touched the Four
Corners of This Great Country.
Eastport, Maine. President Taft
reached the northeast corner of the
United States on Tuesday. It was the
first time a president had visited this
section of the state, and for Mr. Taft
It completes travels to the four quar
ters of the country. He said that his
tours of the United States always
deeply Impressed him with the horn
eogenlty of the people, their aims,
ambitions, and their Ideas of true
American citlenshlp being every
where the same. The president spent
an hour and a half ashore Tuesday
afternoon and made a ten-minute
speech. Mr. Taft did not touch on
Tremendous Loss From Fire.
Victoria. B. C. General fire report
from all parts of British Columbia
confirmed by dispatches to Premier
Mcliride. Land Minister Ellison and
other officials at the capital, place
the aggregate loss of the last few
days by forest fires at not less than
$1,500,000. while fully half a million T-
Bore will be lost In the enforced sus
pension of affected Industrial enter
prise. Premier McBrlde has sent
word to the government agent. Chip
man at Kaeslo, to extend aid to all
requiring It, and has also empowered
the fire wardens to impress every
man available for the work of fighting
Gas Works Demolished.
Friederlchsshaven, Germany. -The
gas works of the Zeppelin Airship
company were demolished by two ex
plot, ions on Tuesday. A roundup of
employes showed that nine persons
had been Injured, several dangerous
ly. It also was discovered that there
were two explosions. A boiler burst
causing a fire, which reached the
cylinders containing the hydrogen
gas with which the Zeppelin airships
were Inflated. A second explosion oc
curred and the roof of the gas work
was torn to bits.
Train Wreck in Ireland.
Dublin. Many persons were in
jured In an accident on the Great
Southern railway at Roscrea, In the
northwestern part of Tlpperary coun
ty, on Tuesday. None were killed
Several cars of an excursion train on
the Great Southern railway broke
away from the locomotive, and. run
ning wild down an incline, crashed
into a passenger train. Many persons
Jumped from the runaway cars and
tumbled down the embankment.
About 100 persons were injured, most
of them slightly.
To Adjust Freight Rates.
Washington. An adjustment of
the eastern freight rate situation
probably will be made soon. The set
tlement. it Is said, will be satlsfac
tory alike to the Interstate commerce ' X
commission, the railways and ship
perB. The plan involves a voluntary
suspension for several months by tbf
railroads of the advanced rates. '
Hindoos Are Barred.
Washington. Sixteen Hindoos who
applied for admission to this country
at Seattle, Wash., were on Tuesday
ordered deported by Acting Secretary
Cable, of the department of commerce
and labor. The steamship which
brought them will be compelled to
bear the expense of their return. In
vestigation showed that the Hindoos
were Illiterate, could not speak the
(Cnglish language, had little moneyj
averaging between $20 and $4&, and.
were of poor physique.