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The Garland Globe.
Saturday, Jan. 21, 1911.
"Won Back" Jan. 96th. 2t
y Mrs. L. W. Preston -vent to
Ogden Tlmrsday to spend I few
J days with relatives.
Matinee next Thursday. Come
all and see home talent. It
Ex-Marshal Lewis Lillywhite
Ihas had a severe attack of la
grippe, but is able to be around
Don't forget the matinee next
Thursday at 8 p. m. It
Resident Mgr. Mosiah Evans
of the Garland sugar factory,
spent this week in tho state
"Won Back." Matinee and
evening performance next
The B. M. & P. Co. (Boothe's)
jlosos next Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday for stock
I i taking.
See Hampton, Mortensen and
others in "Won B a c k" next
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wanlass
have moved into the house re
cently vacated by Claud Conder
Don't miss the play "Won
Back" Jan. 26th, 1911, by home
talent, afternoon and evening. 2
Mrs. Geo. D. Robinson came
over from Logan last Sunday
and spent a few days in town,
Thomas Rampton and a good
. east in "Won Back" on Jan.
26th, at 3 and 8:30. 2t
Early last Saturday morning
the wife of Ed N Rogers gave
birth to a tine daughter. Mother
and child favorably recovering.
The 4-act drama "Won Back"
Iby home talent, Tursday, Jan.
1 26, at 3 and 8:30 p. m. 2t
Newton Wallace of Salt Lake,
brother of Mrs. V. H. King, is
in town this week. He leaves
soon for a mission to New Ze
land. Stake Counselor Joseph Jeu
J sen spent the fore part of this
week in the various wards of
the stake anditing the ward ac
(Manager R. G. MichaeliB of
the Garland Milling Co., spent
Tuesday and Wednesday in
Salt Lake transacting import
One whole hour of pleasure
for 10c. at Lyric Theatre, every
night. Splendid programs. 2t
We were informed that Mr.
and Mrs. N. W. Taylor had
gone to Ogdeu to reside and
a family by the nam' of Sterns
had moved into their home on
Chief Clerk R. L. Bush of the
Garland Sugar factory office,
spent this week in Salt Lake
attending the cashiers' meet
ings of the Utah-Idaho Sugar
c. He w:s accompanied by
his -laughter, Miss Marjorie.
Pressed and Repaired
At the following price:
Men's Suits $1.00
Boy's Suits . .50
Ladies' Suits 1.00
Overcoats . .5
l.aditis' .lurk.'.,. . .40
Ladies' Skirts fi5
All other work in proportion.
Leav ciothes at h (Sarlfm.l Olobe
office before Tuesc iy of MCb week
and they will bo delivered to yoi Sat
i G- A. Pierson,
I TREMONTON, UTAH.
Mm ' v
J, F. Owens and Tom No
gima returned Thursday from
a trip to Portland, Oregon.
Fred Foulger of Ogden came
in on Thursday night's train to
spend a few days lure with his
sons, the Foulger boys.
Notice I-011'"'' to read the
BBMBI inside pages the
Globe. Here's what
they contain this week: Utah
State news, Ogden train hold
ups captured, explosion on
ferry boat, woman admits of
killing her son, death of Sena
tor Hughes of Colorado, Oov.
Spry's message, Ctah Legisla
ture gossip, northwest notes
and other interesting news.
rfllGHTY RULERS OF EARTH
Elisabeth of England and Theodore of
Abyssinia Had Many Traits
niieabeth, queen of England, hnd
many claims to erect distinction. Her
very name was Tudor, a contraction
It teems, of Theodore, "the gift of
Ood," an epithet of happy omen asso
ciated with the mighty rulers of 1 lie
earth, among whom may be mention
ed the African king, Theodore of Ab
ysslnla. This monarch Ib described
In the Encyclopaedia Urltannlca as
"man of education and Intelligence
uperlor to those among whom he
lived, with natural talents for gov
erning and gaining the tnsteotn of
others. He had a noble bearing, and
a frame capable of enduring any
amount of fatigue, and he was the
best shot and the best horseman in
Abyssinia. He was generous to ex
cess nnd free from cupidity, but sub
Ject to violent bursts of anger."
Elizabeth also possessed many of
these royal traits of character, al
though ("ok-- said her name was not
really Tudor but rather Owen or
Meredith, though "God would not suf
fer her to have a sir name became
by his grace and goodness Bhc should
deserve for her Imperial virtues to
be called Elizabeth the great." "She
was," said Coke, "the phoenix of her
aex; she was Angllac Amor," familiar
with lYench, Italian and Spanish and
learned In 1. tin and Greok; and "as
the rose is the queen of flowers . .
she waa the queen of queens. Yon
cannot question what rose T mean,
for take the red or the white, she was
not only by royal descent and Inner
tnt birthright, but by roseal beauty
alio, heir to both."
Whether or not Elisabeth deserved
this praise, and even If she had no
right to bear the royal name of Theo
dore. Bhe was fortunate enough to
lend her own to the moat glorious
rerlod of her country's history- Yale
Q000 CAUSE FOR REJECTION
Author Forgot to Maka Mia Oetectlvs
a Dope Flood Act ordlng to
"Thls detective story will not do."
aald the aiagaslne editor, handing
back the manuscript.
"I'd tike to know why," responded
the author, with a show of heat "It
has color, atmosphere U the regular
business. The detective can see
around a corner or through a wall.
He needs no clue save a lock of the
murdered man's hair. He Is able to
read human minds and motives as an
ordinary sleuth reads a placard offer
ing $r,000 reward. His duductlons are
utterly absurd, Irrevelunt and prepos
terous, yet crowned with success.
What's the matter?"
"Do you state anywhere that he
drinks a quart of absinthe neat?"
"Do you have him partaking of
hasheesh, opium, morphine or other
familiar tidbits upon which fhe de
tective of tlction subsists?"
"I forgot that."
"Where Is the admiring frieud to
whom the detective lays haro the
blutiinl idiocy oi Ml iuielUctual work
ings?" Txft his out, by Oeorgo!" admitted
the author, and vanished with his
amateurish effort Philadelphia Id-ser.
MTViril the Lyric Theatre. I
If you receive a copy of the
Garland Olobe with "Sample
copy" written in the corner,
remember that it is an invita
tion for yon to subscribe. $1.50
will give you the ( J lobe .r2 weeks
and you cannot afford to be
without your HOME paper.
Wm. Preston came over from
Weston Monday to assist in
invoicing the stock of the Gar
lanrl Mere. Co. C. W. Knnd
son of Brigham also assisted in
tra work and the linn closed its
doors Tuesday and Wednesday
for that purpose. Mr Knudson
was accompanied by his wife
and both returned to Brigham
Thursday. Mr. Preston went
over to Weston yesterday.
Old Soldier Tortured.
"For years 1 suffered un
speakable torture from indiges
tion, constipation and liver
trouble," wrote A. K. Smith, a
war veteran at Erie, Pa., "but
Dr. King's New Life Pills fixed
me all right. They're simply
great." Try them for any stom
ach, liver or kidney trouble.
Only 2oe at all druggists.
Shumway & Evans J
REAL ESTATE, LOANS
John J. Shumway, Bell phone,
M. D. Evans, Bell phone, 88-1
Black, or 17 at Bank
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RITER BROTHERS DRUG COMPANY,
Logan A Garland, Ut., Preston, Franklin I Montpelier, Ida.
bv The Celebrated 4-act
Home Dramatic Co. U
".Garland Opera Hall
Thurs. Jan. 26, I
At 3 and 8:30 p. m.
CAST OF CHARACTERS: '?
Hugh Ransome - - Thomas Rampton .J
Harold King N. C. Mortensen .'
AuBtin Brooks - F. D. Baird
Frank Powers .... Fred L. Rogers .?
Homer C. Cook - - M. M. Rampton j
Abner B. Decker - - - R. E. Baxter K
Miss Constance Burwell -- Miss Jennie Wanlass
Miss Lula Osborne - - Miss Roxey Hudson A
Mrs. Adelgitha Barbour - - Mrs. J. A. Wixom Si
Miss Kate Barbour - - Mrs. Geo. F. Grover !,L
Act I. Drawing room, Arlington, Washing- ..I.
ton, I860. "Farewell" iJ
Act II. Same scene, 1860. Betrothed.
Act III. Drawing room in a New York
hotel, 1861. "To arms! to arms!" The pass
Act IV. Confederate Camp at Winchester, -.'.
1864. A coward's armour. Hugh captured.
Death of King WON BACK.
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A complete line of the famous Whitting
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The, most up-to-date in design, the most serviceable for
wear. Prices compare with any shoe, quality considered.
Bargains in all kinds of Winter Underwear
W. L. GROVER & SONS
Where the Teams Stop
For 30 Days I
ON ANY ARTICLE OE I
IN OUR STORE I l
Garland Merc. Co. I
Where you buy the cheapest. Bell 'phone No. 6 I
Wm. Preston, Manager 1