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H VOL. Xllt GARLAND, UTAH, THUR&AY, SEP. 26th, 1918 No735.
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I Longs For Utah
H Recruit Receiving Station,
H Camp Kearney, Chi.,
-, Sept. 10, 1918.
I Editor Garland Globe :
H Tha Globe readied, mo today.
B Was certainly pleased .to rend
H - the news from home. I assure
B you that I appreciate every bit
B of news which the Globe bears
B to me. The barrenness of this
B camp and frequent moist fogs
B here, mako one long fortho clear
B Utah atmosphere. Most of the
B Utah boys here are malting
B good. Wishing you success in
B tlio future, I remain respectfully
B GEORGE E. KING.
M MILITARY TRAINING FEA-
M TURE OF JUNIOR HIGH
ffl (Special to tho Globe)
SB . o
The boys of tho Garland Jun-
. lor Hihg School are enjoying a
h - real treat and Innovation In
W tho form of military training.
II A special period is given to tho
H, work which is under tho ltiBtruc-
' Uon of Mr. RoH8, who is an ex
w ' army army man and has. seen
f J" jstrenuouBMrvlB. on tke Mexl-
I X on,y objection is tho Bjiortness
I J of tho period and tho urgent call
W S 'or "chores" at homo when tho
. m school work Is done. It acts as a
iw recuperation from sedentary
H Btudy and keeps allvo Uio spirits
of tho times. Some form of
3f physical as well as mental dls-
B clpline Is quite essential to tho
. ff welfare of tho body machine and
J' I to tho nlert young man. Since
no gymnasium is furnished In
t our school, this military training
L- supplies calisthonlcs and has
I been approved by tho army
I physical trainers. If at any
! . time these boys are called to the
r front, they will mako rapid pro-
i gress" and gain promotion much
f sooner than lads who have not
Had this military training.
"1 Q IN THE CASE OF THE U
H STATE OF UTAH VS. J
J U W.B.LINDSAY, CHARG-
J II ED WITH ADULTRY, M
J3 U THE JURY BROUGHT H
W II IN A VERDICT OF I
j! U G U I L T Y AT 8:45
I H O'CLOCK THURSDAY
U NIGHT. THE ACCUS- H
W f1 ED WILL RECEIVE T
1 U SENTENCE AT TEN B
n O'CLOCK SATURDAY fl
. U MORNING. H
I MUTUAL PROGRAM
g P The following program has
I t been arranged for the meeting of
tho Garland Mutual associations
" I "- to be held at tho ward chapel
' next Sunday evening, beginning
i at 8 o'clock:
1 Opening exercises.
SI Reading Hubert Bowen.
8 Piano Solo Delos Thompson.
I Violin Solo Wesley Carter.
i Closing exercises.
1 All cordially Invited.
Last Friday's Salt Lake Trl
hune contained a very encourag
ing tolegram from Carl A. Bad
ger, captain of tho Utah Rifle
'team which is contesting for the
National medals at Camp Perry,
Ohio. Tho telegram stated that
th6 Seate Riflemen may win
title and cop the National taur
nev. Tho training in tho use of
tho now rifle has been exceed
ingly Interesting and rentable.
'Tho following are tho members
of the Utah team: Ora Lee, R.
B: Harkness, R. C. Wllley, II. W.
Sturges, Benjamin Williams,
'Fred Van Buron,J. V. Lambert,
J. W. Arey, II. Betz and C. D.
Masters, of Salt Lake City; L.
A. Stoughton and F. Blotter of
Logan; T. G. Marler of Ogden
and E. V. Schneider and R. V.
Daniels, both of Garland.
Later R. V. Daniels and'E. V.
Schneider returned from their"
trip to Camp Parry, Ohio, yes
terday, where they "hayd been
with the Utah Rifle team. Tho
team did well as there woro
about slxty-flvo teamo with low
er records. Tho Marines won
first placo and one of tho Navy
teams came second. Each civ
ilian team was given a short
course in how to use, Bhoot and
take care of rifles,.. An addltlon
i3 jcourse Jjdng'glygijw.
tors for the big army pf men that
will come from tho last draft.
Messrs Daniels and Schneider
report having had a good time,
besides receiving valuablo in
structions and visiting somo of
tho larger cities and historical
places of tho east.
From Privato Simpson Jr.
82nd Company of tho United
My Dear Father:
I Just wanted to writ you a
letter on your birthday. I don't
know when I will bo able to mall
it, but will take a chance any
way.. I want to thank you as your
son. You have always been- to
mo tho best father that a man
could wish. I want to thank
you for tho gift of a clean,
strong and vigorous body that
can servo America In her need.
Most of nil Iwant to thank you
for tho long years of self-denial
that made my education pos
sible, for tho guldanco and
teaching that kept mo straight
through the days of my youth,
for tho council over freely given
when asked and for all tho noble
things In your example.
I surely hope that you will
celebrate many more birthdays
and that I will be home for tho
next one. Also may tho coming
years bring to you wider fields
of service and honor, strength to
perform your work and In tho
end peace, content and quiet
A week later Private Simpson
was killed In action, but none,
to our nind, lm'j left a finer
legacy than tills. N. A. Re
view's War .Weekly.
Our Chiropractic Dottor, Mr.
Carl K. B rg, is among the men
who are called t1) go to Camp
Lewis October 7th. Dr. Berg,
accompanied by his wlfo and
baby, left Tuesday for Willard.
Mrs Berg will mako her home In
Willard during tho Doctor's ab
sence. Dr. Berg has had a good
practice during his short tay
hero and has made numerous
friends but now ho must help
"get the. Kaiser".
Mrs. Dixie Sheltou entertained
the L. S.-C Club at her home on
South Main Btreet, Friday, Sep
tembor 50th, 1DJ8, president
Mr. M. Felsted presiding.
There were sixteen members"
present, with tho following
named persons nB guests ot
the hostess :Principal Clarence
E. Smith of tho Garland school,
Mosda.mte-'B. D. 12. 'Manning,
James Geo'rge, Hyrum Fowler,
Ed Win Peterson J. C.
Ilardlo, R. C. Lowe, Marjf
TIngoy, Jus J. Thompson, G. C.
Ilymcr, G. W. Bradford, W. II.
Evans, F. L. Scofleld.II. G. Scotti
L. S. Mason and Misses Maud
R. Mann and Emily Walker.
Tho following ladies wore
elected to represent the Club at
tho annual convention of 'tho
federated state clubs to bo held
In Logan the latter part of Oc
toborj Prcsidet's proxy Mrs. C.
II. Hales;' Dclcgats Mrs R
M. McFarland; AlternateMrs.
It was announced that there
would bo two free scholarships
awarded by the Club this season
to tho eighth grade pupils. $
Principal Clarence E. Smith'
gave the afternoon talje oi
Assisting tho hostess to serve
dainty refreshments, were Mes
damea C. II. Hales, Eph Coombs
and James George.
After a pleuBunt social hour,
tho Club adjourned to meet with
Mrs. J. E. Day, October 11, 1918.
MRS. DLXIE SIIELTON,
At tho Republican Convention
held in Tremontou, Sept. 2Gth,
the following delegates were
nominated to attend tho Con
gressional convention for the
First Congressional district to
bo held in Salt Lake City, Friday,
D. A. Walton, Alfred Jensen,
J. C. Dewey, Moroni Ward, Thos
W. Stokes, Chas. Kenipton, Fred
W. Peterson, I Iyrumwr Valen
tine, Hyrum P.. Nelson, II. C
Carver, George Godfrey, J. W.
Bott, C. A. Udy, Eugeno S. Hnn
sen, S. B. Watland, J. J. Cranor,
Abinadl Tol:nan,.B. F. Wluzler,
A. N. Sealoy, David llirschi, J.
W. Betterldge, B. D. Harding,
Levi Peterson, NephI Hansen,
Miss Trieste Box, A. N. Wight,
Mrs. Luciudn Jensen nud D. L.
Tho abovo delegates aro also
alternates to tho Judicial con
vention to bo held In Salt LaUo
City, on tho same date.
The following delegates were
named at this convention to at
tend tho Judicial convention to
bo held In Salt Lake City, Fri
day, October 4th:
J. Francis Merrell, Alva D. Mc
Gulre, F. W. Flshburn, B. C.
Call, Win, J. Lowe, ' A. N. Fish
bum, LeRoy B. Young, Mrs. P.
N. Pierce, Win, Jensen, R. L.
Bush, John F. Conloy, John Y.
Smith, A. E. Holmgren, Leo
Hunsaker, J. Y. Ferry, John G.
Wheatley, Thos. E. Secrlst, John
F. Finn, David Holmgren, Al
bert Hansen, Wayne Blnkloy,
P. N. Pierce, Louis J. Anderson,
Thomas Wheatley, Mrs. Ellas
Jensen, M. D. Evans, Mrs. Heber
N. Stohl and W. E. Getz.
The abovo delegates are also
alternates to tho Congressional
convention to bo held In Salt
Lako City, October 4th.
:HA reunion of the Leads, Shef
field and Hull conferences or the
Btjtish Mission of the Mormon
ohurcli, will bo held Jointly at the
gar House ward, Salt Lako
C&y, Saturday, October Gth. A
tlhbrt, interesting program will
SSnlnenco promptly at 8:30
jjfm., to bo followed by dancing,
;tra.'Jt Is being planned to have
io. of tho .wounded British
SQwiers from Fort Douglas aB
sS&cinl guests. This is the first
jrtyit reunion of the British con
ferences In tho history of tho
rip'omcnt, and preparations um
bjing made for an attendance of
500 members, the Sugar House
Iwll being chosen as especially
convenient. Take Sugav House
oiflllghlnnd Drive cars, route
Per A. E. Foster.
'o Former" Missionaries and
Saints of the Norwich
Dear Brothers and Sisters:
)ur Reunion is arranged for
Saturday, October nth, In tho
Tenth Ward Amusement Hall,
JUI South and 8th East streets.
Bhe doors will bo ,opon at, 7:30
0v rfrio 8itlt nlttigefc nrtd
ta(r.',aTs being arranged and we
aro pleased to announce that Mr.
P. J. Ilolden, formerly of the
Gllbort & Sullivan Comic Opera
Co., London, will bo present and
help to entertain us. Prepara
tions are being made for a large
gathering; won't you Join us and
bring your family and friends
. Sincerely yours,
Per Fred L. W. Bennett.
Tho elghty-nincth semi-annual
general conference of tho
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints will convene In
the Tabernacle, Salt Lake City,
on Friday, October 4th, at 10:00
o'clock a. in., with sessions also
on October 5th and Gth. A gen
eral prleslliood meeting will con
veno In tho Tabernacle on Sat
urday, October Gth, at 7 o'clock
p. in. It Is desired that arrange
ments for missionary reunions
shall not conflict with any of tho
dates above announced, and that
such reunions as may bo held on
Saturday evenlng.be fixed for an
hour not earlier than 8:30 o'
clock. JOSEPH F. SMITH
ANTIION II. LUND
CHARLES W. PENROSE
' -Tho Ladles' Self-Culturo Club
will give an. APRON BAZAAR
and SUPPER at tho ofllco of tho
Utah Power & Light Co. next
Saturday, October 28th, at 3:00
o'clock p. in. In the evening,
a grand ball will bo given at tho
Palace, where tho Club will also
servo dainty refreshments
Everybody Invited. lt-adv
The following have been se
lected as assistants to help tho
men in filling out their question
arles : Garland M. D. Evans,
R. T. Shaw, L. W. Preston and
John J. Shumway; Tremonton
Chas. McClure and N. E. Iver
son; Corinno W.R. Holmes and
Chas. Woodward; Plymouth
E. II. Rudd;Park Valley Rus
Last Friday the County Board
of Examiners completed the se
lection of men to if 11 Box Elder's
quoto who will entrain for Camp
Lewis on October 7th. Follow
aro the mimes of those young
Leland J. Hansen
Meshach P. Facer
William A. Brcngger
Delmnr C. Tlngey
Mirl C. Marsh v-v
Austin L. Johnson
John C. Dowey
Thomas Y. Simmons
Marvel J. Dunn
Wllford Vinson Sorenson
Clarence W. Simmons
Rudolph ID. Scholer, Jr.
Carl K. Berg
Henry Bott t
Axel 11. Nelson
Jed luh M. Mortcnsen
George 13. Balllngham
Elcnzar Carter Evans
John J. Kunzler
Jonathan V. Peterson
William L. Welland .
Robert A. Wyatt 4
Walter A. Campbell.
Charles AT Kenipton
Byron L. Chadwlck
Horace A. Dewey
Edward S. Frost
Robert J. Potter
Ezra W. Nebeker
Earl C. CliriBtensen .
VertrecB W. Cash
Ole M. Miller
Ulrick F. Backgrcen
Paul Samuel Kaurman
William A. Francis
Fred W. Hansen
George Clyde Kenipton
David J. Whltaker
Gustavo E. Pollard
Epifanio Gongalcz, Thomas
Lira, Loiel L. Hoist, Louis Wil
liam Whltaker, FmnvllI Snow,
Jera P. Davis, Edgar B. Mitch
ell, Moroni Arbon, Fred Chees
man, Lucius C. Johnson.Herman
R. Hupp, Israel S. Larkln, Wil
liam P. Reeve, John C. Allred
Leo Cottam, Gerold F. Miller,
Cine T. Davis, Joseph R. Chlar
son, John Grant, Lorenzo Fred
erick Hansen, Jonathan Joseph
Cutler, Richard C. Wheatley,
Dewey N. Johnson, Paul A.
Jensen, Dean Leroy Leak, Jim
L. Folsom, John S. Neal.WIHIam
PhlUlps.Charles L. Engstrom,
James R. Velbcll, Howard Cox,
George A. Wright, Lyman Jona
than Packer, Harry M. Gill,
Claud Baker, Peter A. Nelson,
Royes J. Peterson, Charles A.
Montgomery, Fred R. Chadwlck,
Franklin Rolfe, Jr., John Chas.
Peterson, Joseph II. Haws, Jas.
W. Cottam, Louis A. Montgom
ery, Olo S. Miller, Albert Thomp
son, Wesloy Wight Joseph O.
Nielsen, Henry C.Stander, Sam
uel LoRoy Roskelly, Leon Pater
Jensen, Varan N. Booihe,
Joseph R. Hunsaker, Thomas R.
Harper, Claudius Tolman, Wal
deniar Hansen, Joseph, y. -Lee,
John Hadfleld, Jr., William S.
Ellis, Andrew C. Romer, Owen
L. Brough, Amos P. Hanson.An
drew G. Erlckson, Takematsu
Tawatarl, Jo Uyeda, Ross Dowey
Warhurton, Leon J. Garfield.
Ernest Day I
Last Thursday in Midvale, H
Ernest Day, brother of Dr. J. H
Edward Day of this city, was H
electrocuted while restrlnglng H
an electric lino on Main and H
Center Btreets of that city. He H
came in contact with a wire that H
carried a high voltage while on H
a thirty-flvo foot pole and was H
found dead on tho ground by an H
employee of tho Murray Laundry H
Co. He was an employee of tho , H
Utah Power. & Light Co ; was tho-" . H
son pfviranOIrSr-Joseph Day JM
of Bountiful and was 33 years 'H
of age. Ho is survived by a H
wife, a ten-year old son, his per- H
cuts, a sister and several broth- H
The funeral services wero held H
last Sunday at the Bonntlful M
ward chapel. H
Mr. Day, wlfo and son, mado H
their homo In this city for scv- M
eral months last spring and dur- M
ing their stay here mado many H
friends who will bo Borry to H
learn of Mr. Day's sudden and H
untimely death. H
Frank Paskctt, Ichltaro Tawa- M
tari, Akio Nalto, James Massen, M
Angclo Ccsnri, Stefcn Czcklcta, M
Lawrence J. Klmbcr, James P. M
Thompson, Jcsso J. Stokes, Mer- H
Wctli Nichols, William L: Kunz- ) fl
ryjdbjganderTOnyiirleBrHe6tjfe-- - .. , H
Hatch, Bogan Tucker, iialurTr11 - M
Nelson, Thnd W. Ireland, Lars ' H
P. Peterson, Christian II. Pecer- H
sen, John Grundie, Fred Jacob
llirschi, Henry T. John, Robert H
Hnslam Stewart, Roscoo Newey H
Nelson, Elva W. Hcaton, Mar- H
Ion David Hosklns, Santiago AI- H
aBtra, Dorotlo Barloza, Don C H
TUESDAY'S LIST H
Vlncento M. Erquiagn, Louis M
P. Nielsen, William J. John,
Kenneth E.Coombs, Mignel Gut- M
ierrez, Jose Villagrano, David P. M
Anderson, Heber F. Hailing, Ed- M
gar J. Richardson, Henry M. H
Hansen, Bernard Hansen, Decid- H
crick Martinez, Emeso V. Gill, M
Nels E. Chrlstcnsen, Ralph E. M
Jensen, Orson P. Jenson, An- M
drew Frederlcksen, Ell Christen- M
sen, Albert G. Reoves, ,Jr.,Chris-
thin M. Chrlstcnsen, Leonard S. M
Ipsen, Wallaco W. Pulsipher,
William M. Streltz,, Jr., Elsie
Sto vens, Hans M. Chrlstcnsen,
L. Wnyno Blnkloy, Alvln Lasal- M
le Hansen, Charles L. Garfield,
Charles Allcock, Elmer IOmber, H
Sam Tukumitsu, Rudolph C. H
Jensen, Kntaro Morlnaka, Olo H. H
Jensen, John E. Yates, Niels
Peterson, Sunder A. Singh, Hen- H
ry Rhode, Evan O. Wmber, Al-
Ion R. Tanner, Steven Hladky,
John Vnlberg , Georgo Abbott, H
WInfred Charles Ivlmber, Mare- H
tin Aberrasturl, Walter E. Frl- H
dal, Ferdinand Schmeid, Thcon H
T. Wight, Leon A. May, Danto
Pistolesi, Santiago Sopelana Ro- H
bert Duccl, Ortell Stowell Brow-
er, Homer II. Garfield, Lars C. H
Peterson, Amos A. Iverson,
Clarence C. Rlchlns, Santiago H
Arrizubieta, Richard II. Schulze,
William P. Jensen.Andrew Peter- H
son, J n I c h i Shlbuj-a, Cleon
Simmons, Charles O. Drake.Jos- H
eph A. Erlcksen, Alexander Selg- H
fried, Earl Ilonall, Abinadl Tol-
mnn, Heber C. Hunsaker, James H
D. Newton, John G. Erlckson,
Hyrum Hosklns, Robert C. Phil-
lips, Amos Hawks, Victor H. Ry- H
den, John Engstrom, C ha r 1 o s H
Johnson, John Elnor Stenqulst, H
Oscar F. Relgger, John H. Bur- H
man, Gideon L. Bowen, Marcela M
Luna, Franclllo F. Durfey, Rob- H
ert F. Crouso, Joseph H. Bow- M
cutt, John Benson, Norley N. M
Shlntaker, Jugoro Yagl, Georgo M
J. Nishlguchi, Koklchi Shimoza-
wa, Joo Dscleon, Andres Mcndo- M
za, Frlldo Virgil Anderson, PhlU H
lip Slater, Charles W. Bird.