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The Garland Globe
J. A. Wlxom, KdltOi II Manager.
GARLAND ; UTAH
UTAH STATE NEWS
Four million dollars' worth of but
ter, cheese, milk h d cream was pro
duced In Utah taat year.
The 1910 fruit crop was the largest
In the history of Utah tue commer
cial output exceeding 2,000 cars.
Harry Shelton, a former street car
conductor of Salt Lake City, -was
killed at Oakland, Cal., on Tuesday,
by a train.
That the Oregon Short Line Rail
road company will build a line from
the depot to Main street in Brlgham
la now almost assured.
John Manning, aged eighty seven j
years, a pioneer settler of Slatervllle,
died January 9, general debility being
the Immediate cause of death.
The attendance at the poultry show
In Snlt Lake was good and the show Is
pronounced an unqualified success..
About 1,Mm) birds were on display.
As the result of a fierce windstorm
Monday night, portions of the roof
of the pavilion and hippodrome at
Saltalr were blown off, causing a loss
Thomas Dcody, aged 70, of Salt
Lake Olty, while on his way to work,
was seized with an attack of heart
failure and died before a doctor could
A man about 65 years of age, nam
ed Noble, was killed at Thistle Junc
tion by a passenger train. No one saw
the accident, and It Is not known JuJt
how It occurred.
Sam Ling, a Chinaman, Is locked up
at the city Jail in Ogden, charged with
having attempted to carve one of his
countrymen with a big knife. His vic
tim, Ah Kong, Is not seriously hurt.
The members of the Provo fire de
partment have already begun prepata
tlons for the entertainment of visi
tors to the state firemen's tournament
to be held In that city next August.
Members of the Salt Lake County
Medical association have raised the
price charged for vaccination from
y $1 to $3, giving as a reason for the
ralso the increased cost of living ex-
The Utah Krult exchange will In
corporate at Ogden this season, with a
capital stock of $25,000, and market
Its own fruit, eliminating the "middle
man" and giving to its stockholders all
profits on the season's crop
The L'agles of Ogden are going to
have a new home. Members of the
aerie have already subscribed to suf-
(flclent Htock to assure the building of
a modern club house, with all t h-
modern conveniences and club equip
With the exception of one or two
Isolated cases,, the sheep herds ol
Utah are entirely free from the Up
and log disease, which during 190S
and the early part of last year, throat
Jencd the Utah sheepmen with heavy
Fruitgrowers of Weber county arc
going .io contest the vaudity of the
Bectlon of the city ordinance requiring
a license from farmers who bring
fruit, vogetables and other ranch pof
ducts to Ogden and offer them for
sale fopi wagons,
Despondency due to domestic
trouble caused Mrs. A. Drlscoll to at
tempt suicide at Ogden. She drank An
ounce of carbolic acid, but a doctor
was hastily summoned and the use of
a stomach pump saved her life, al
though she Is still In a critical condi
tion. Then Is at the present time $377,
797.47 of the state school taxes
available for the district school fund.
This amount is on deposit subject to
call by the school districts among
which it Ih to be divided. The per
capita apportionment has been fixed
Claiming that tho people of Utah
are annually subjected to a loss of
$100,000 through short-weight pack
ages of foodstuffs, Willard Hansen,
state dairy and food commissioner. Is
advocating (ho passage of a weights
ind measures bill.
In the annual review number of the
"Railroad Red Hook," a monthly pub
lication Issued by the Denver & Rio
llrande, appears a synopsis of the last
year's progress In the lntermountain
region, with 103 original articles on
igricultural, mining, commercial and
Tho commission which represented
Utah nt the Alaskn-Yukon-Paclflc ex
position held at Seattle In 1909 has
filed its final report In tho office of
the state treasurer. Of the $25,
795.9') available to the mmlttee, of
which $25,000 was appro tted by the
tate, $1,025.60 In cash w. i iot used.
Mrs. Lucy J. Thurston Kinney, one
of the original pioneers of Utah and
wife of the lato Judge J. Kinney,
prominent In tho territorial history of
the state, having oeen chief Justice cl
the territory of Utah aB well as dele
gate to congress, la dead at her home
In Salt Lake. She was 8j years old.
TWO MEN WHO HELD UP TRAIN
NEAR OGDEN SAID TO BE
BEHIND THE BARS.
Both Men Have Been Identified At the
Robber By Trainmen, and There
Seems Little Doubt That
Right Men Are in Jail.
Ogden. TItah. The two men who
held up the Union Pacific Overland
Limited train at Reese on the night
of January 2, murdered William Da
vis, a colored porter, and shot through
the arm A. N. Taylor, another porter,
clubbed passengers almost Into In
sensibility and made off with money
and Jewelry to the value of many
thousand dollars, are now In Jail In
The alleged robbers are W. Lewis,
iged 39 years, a railroad section fore
man, and Thomas O'Dell, aged 38
years, a bartender, who has been here
for more than a year.
Hoth men have been Identified as
the robbers by trainmen who had a
good view of them on the night of
the robbery. Two other men were
arrested with Lewis and O'Dell when
they were captured in a rooming
house In this city by the chief of po
lice and chief of detectives of Ogden.
It Is not believed, however, that the
last two men had any hand in the
Th officers are confident that they
have such a clear case against the
men that a confession will be forth
coming within a few days.
DROPS BOMB FROM AIRSHIP.
For First Time in History of Aviation,
8hell is Thrown From Aeroplane
San Francisco For the first time
n the history of aviation In this conn
try, a loaded bomb was dropped from
an aeroplane on Camp Selfrldge field
on Sunday and exploded.
The experiment was made by Lieu
tenant M. S. Crlssy of the coast ar
tillery, flying with Phillip Parmalee
In a Wright biplane.
At a height of 475 feet, Lieutenant
Crissy released the shrapnel shot,
aiming at a clear spot of ground near
the lower end of the field. A puff ol
smoke as the missile struck showed
the' success of the experiment. Thf
shot was capable of wounding within
a radius of seventy yards and great
care was exercised in selecting the
place for dropping it.
DECREASE IN SHEEP.
Over a Quarter of a Million Less
Then Last Year.
Boston, Mass. A considerable de
crease in the number of sheep ol
hearing age in the United states oy
tli annual wool review and slice;
census of the United States, com
piled by the National Association of
Wool Manufacturer, which is .the
autboritp in the American wool trade.
The number is placed it 41,999,600, a
de rease of 198,706 from 1909. This d
Drease occurs mainly In the far west
ern si at cm, winch show a decrease ol
875,01)0, due largely to the excessive
cold and .storms of the winter before
this in tiie Rocky mountain region.
Montana Is credited with the hirg
er Hoik, having 4400,000. I'tah hai
2,100,000 sheep, and Idaho, 2,000,000"
Jealous Woman Turned on Gas.
Philadelphia. -Found unconscious in
a bedroom of their home in the north
ern section of this c ty, with gas es
cajilng from three opt n burners. John
Ernest and his wlie l.illie, are In a
hospital, where they will die, the phy
slcians say The police say Mrs. Br
in t was Jealous and that she uc
cused her husband of being too friend
ly with a girl servant.
Chinese Oppose Cremation.
Peking. Reports from Harbin sayt
the Chinese are vigorously opposing
the summary disposition of the bodlOl
of those who have died from the Bu
bonic plague. The authorities dare
not burn them, the people desiring
that they remain intact, so that their
ancestors may recognize them In the
fut'ure life. They also oppose the
burning of houses, some of which con
tain the dead bodies of entire fami
lies. Some of the corpses have re
mained in the city for days, but they
aro now being hurried.
Swindled Pacific Coast Banks.
Hot Springs, Ark. Charles J. Ev
eret. charged specilicially with hav
ing forged New York drafts drawn
through the People's Savings bank of
Seattle to the amount of $1,821, was ar
rested Sunday by detectives, after a
chase through half a dozen western
states. That Pacific coast, banks re
cently have lost heavily through the
Issuance of fradulent paper and that
detectives are within reaching dis
tance of several men Implicated in
the transactions Is intimated by de
DEATH IN THE AIR
EXPLOSION ON A FERRYBOAT
Ohemical Compound Dropped by M'n-
ing Engineer, Kills Unfortunate
Man and Causes Panic.
San Francisco. A bottle of a chem
ical compound dropped by or crushed
In the pocket of James Norbon, a well
known mining engineer, is believed to
have caused an explosion late Friday
on the Southern Pacific ferryboat
Berkeley, plying between this cPy
and Oakland, which brought instant
death to Norbon, seriously injured
two other men and created a panic
among the 2,000 passengers crowding
the vessel's decks.
The explosion occurred 'n the lava
tory in which were four others be
Norbon's body was blown into bits.
The stunning report, which Jarred the
vessel from stem to stern, was fol
lowed by a stampede on both lower
and upper decks. There was a rubh
to the side of the boat opposite the
one on which the explosion occurred
and several excited passengers raised
the cry that the Doat was sinking. It
was thought at first that the explo
sion had occurred in the engine room.
INDORSE SENATOR SUTHERLAND
Junior Senator From Utah Will be
Elected to Succeed Himself.
Salt Lake Pity. Senator George
Sutherland will be chosen to succeed
himself. At a caucus of the Republi
can members of the senate and house
United Statea Senator From Utah.
on Thursday night, ho was the unan
imous choice of the members and will
be re-elected for a term of six years
in the United States senate, begin
ning on March 4.
Senator George Sutherland was
born March 25, 1862, at Buckingham
shire, England. When a - child he
came to this country with his parents,
who made their home in Utah county.
He was in the law department of the
University of Michigan in 1882-3, and
was admitted to the bar In 1883. He
was a member of the first Utah legls
lature. He was elected to congress In
1901 and served until 1903. He de
clined a second term. He was a dele
gate to the Republican national con
vention of 1900 and also In 1904 and
was elected to the United States sen
ate In 1905.
Froze to Death on Stage.
White Sulphur Springs, Mont. Wil
liam Campion, while en route from
Rlngling to this city by stage, wus
frozen to death about nine miles
outh of here.
More Trouble in Honduras.
Pittsburg, Kan. Henry Deorman,
living near Minden, Mo., celebrated
'lis one hundred and twelfth birthday
n Wednesday. Deorman has docu
nentary evidence to prove his age.
WOMAN ADMITS KILLING SON
Battle for Existence Drove Widow to
Poison Five-year-old Child and
Leave Body in a Swamp.
Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. Edith Mel
ber, a widow who says she is 23 years
old, of Schenectady, confessed Friday
night, according to the Rochester po
lice, that, In a swamp near Albany
last Friday afternoon, she gave her
5-year-old son George carbolic acid,
from the effects of which he died.
In explaining her crime, the police
say Mrs. Melber says she has been
a widow four years, during which she
has had a struggle to care for eherslt'
and child, and that this battle for an
existence drove her to take the boy's
Mrs. Melber when first arrested
maintained her composure and de
clared she had given her child to an
uncle, who was going to take him to
Chicago and care for him. When she
made her confession, according to the
police, she said she gave the child
acid when he asked for a drink.
Oppose National Coard of Health.
Washington. As the result of in
tervention by Congressman Joseph
Howell and otherB, Congressman
Mann of Illinois on Friday gave no
tice in the house that the proposal to
create a national department of
health, reported favorably from the
committee on Interstate commerce,
would not be brought before that
body for a vote until protests had
licen heard. Since the proposition of
Congressman Mann became known
ninny protests have been received
that the measure would directly in
lerfere with the beliefs of many in re
gard to medical science and would
i.ujiose an unjust and neediest bur-don.
Consumptive Couldn't Wait.
Tacoma, Wash After ordering and
eating a sumptuous supper In a cat"
and writing a matter-of-fact note, in
which he told of his reasons for com
mitting suicide, Archie II. Shelledy,
an expert chemist and assayer from
Aspen, Colo., placed the muzzle of a
revolver to his breast and lired. The
bullet tore through hi.s heart Shel
ledy explained In his note that he
was afflicted with consumption.
Cold Weather Closes Mines.
Butte, Mont. The Uoston and Mon
tana mines closed down early Friday
morning in consequence of tho se
vere cold weather prevailing at Great
Falls, freezing up the ore and Borne
pipes about the works. There are
about 15,000 tons of ore In Groat
Falls, and It is not expected that the
shutdown of the mines will last over
two or three days, as the weather is
May Vote Direct for Senators.
Washington. That tho senate at
this session must face the question
whether the constitution shall be
amended so as to require tho election
of senators by direct vote of the peo
ple wus made apparent on Friday. A
vote, which many senators considered
a test of sentiment, resulted largely
In favor of the proposition.
Four Killed in Wreck.
Ratavla, N. Y. Five men are dead,
two probably fatally injured and moro
than twenty seriously hurt in tho
wreck of tho western express and the
noston and Buffalo special, both west
bound, on the New York Central here
Friday. Four victims wero killed In
stantly and one has since died.
Salt Lake Makes Great Gains.
Washington. According to the cen
sus bureau Salt Lake City's percent
age of growth is higher than any of
the other Utah cities containing more
than 6.000 inhabitants.
DEATH OF HUGHES
8ENATOR LOSES FIGHT WITH
GRIM REAPER AFTER PRO
Centennial State Mourns Loss of Man
Who Was One of Most Noted Min
ing Lawyers In Country, an
Eloquent Speaker and Suc
Denver. Charles James Hughes,
Jr., Junior United States senator trom V
Colorado, died at his home In this city A
on Wednesday, after an illness of W
nearly a year. He had been uncon- n '
bcIoub for twenty-four hours an
passed from a state of coma almost
imperceptibly Into death.
The Immediate cause of death wae
pernicious anemia, with complications
of meylitls. A trip to the Hawaiian
lalaada last fall tailed to Improve his,
health, and shortly after his return
home he was confined to his bed and
remained there until the end.
Senator Hughes leave! a widow and
Charles James Hughes, Jr., was
born at Kingston, Mo., February 16,
1853, hla father being an attorney and
the family prominent in Missouri poli
tics. Hughes began his career as a
CHARLES J. HUGHES.
United States Senator From Colorado.
school teacher, but abandoned teach
lug for the practice of the la,w in 1877,
I coming in that year to Colorado.
'Here he rapidly achieved Bir.-ccss in f
I the practice of his profession and be- I
came one of the most noted mining 1
I lawyers In the country. From 1903 to I
I 1900 he was professor or mining law AJ
I in the Harvard law school.
Although always taking great per
gonal interest in politics, Mr. Hughes
declined to become a candidate for
.any office until be was indorsed iu
1908 by the Democratic state conven
tion for United si.ne, senator and
Bleeted to thai office by ill i next legis
lature. He had been, however, a
Democratic presidential elector in
CLARK WINS IN WYOMING.
Choice of Republicins of the Legists-
ture for United State3 Senator.
Cheyenne, Wyo.--AI. a Joint caucus
of Republicans of the- legislature held '
late Wednesday night Senator C. D
CLARENCE D. CLARK.
United States Senator from Woming.
Clurk wns chosen as the nominee ol
the party to succeed himself, the vote
being forty-four to thirty-nine. Thi
means that Senator Clark will hav I
the full party vote anil will be re 1
elected to the United Slates senate. y
Butch Cassidy Caught.
Helena, Mont. In Joim Davis, on i
of two alleged postofflce lubbers in
Jail at Ilozcman, the authorities be
Sieve they have "Butch" Cassidy, fa
mous as an outlaw. According to tha
statement of Glenn Henderson, the
fellow prisoner of Davis, the man li
none other than the former bandit
who operated in Montanu, Wyoming,
I i. ih ami Idubo ten or twelve yean
ago, and who has been reported living
In South America with "Kiu " Curry,