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Hi i H H J HHHI HHJ I' HB I I The Garland Globe I Published Every Saturday at I GARLAND UTAH, I Terma of Subscription: I One year (In advanco) 11.50 Six months VG H Three months I0 I Advertising rates furnished on ap- H plication. H Entered as socond-class matter If February 17, 190C, at tho postofllco at I Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con I tress of March 8, 1870. H J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager I VTAH STATE NEWS H ' ' H The rcIiooIh of Park City were H closed Inst week for the rt'Kiilnr spring HJ vacation H Charles Allred, of Provo, wnH kicked. H by a horse mid severely Injured, tliu HJ . blow landing Just over the heart. H An organized effort Is beliiR madq M by tho Salt l-alo Mlnlntcrial nssocla- HJ tlon to closo the theatres on Sunday HJ nights. HJ Weber county In to hnve u fair this HJ fall, n company having been formed H last week that will havu the matter HJ in char Re. M Residents of Park City lire rejoicing HJ over tho new doublo train service over m tho Union Pacific between Park City HJ and Ogden. M Cecil Q. Plnnt, who plead guilty of M bigamy beforo the Farmlngton court, HJ hoB been sentenced to three "tears In HJ tho stato penitentiary. M Ell V. Raley, nn old-time resident M of Salt Lake and one of those who par M tlclpated In tho gold rush of '49, is HJ dead at tho ago of 79. M Senator Sutherland has Introduced B tho bill ceding to the University of 1 Utah n strip of land belonging to the HJ Fort Douglas military reservation. M It has been decided to pavo the HJ sidewalks In tho principal part of the Hi town, and In other ways improve tho HJ appearance of tho streets of Amerl HJ can Fork. H Park City boys who have been In M tho habit of amusing thcniBolvcs by HI snowballing pedestrians havo been nr HI rested and will bo tried on a chnrgo HJ .of battery. HJ Preparations aro being mado at HH Provo to avoid ns far as possible dam. HJ ages from high water, which It is fully HJ expected will follow warm weather Hi this soring. M At least thirty Salt I-ako school HJ ma'ams havo been mniTlcd within Hi tho pnst three months, despite tho HJ fact that tho school board prefers sin- HJ gle teachers. H The man who Jumped from a ferry. HJ boat at St. 1-ouls and was drowned Is HJ believed to be H. Ix)wenstein. of HJ Prlco, that name being inscribed In. HJ side his hat. HJ Work has begun on a wagon road HJ between Mnntl and Emery county HJ towns, tho Commercial club being back HJ of tho project and prominent citizens HJ supplying tho funds. HJ Company D, First Infantry, of tho HJ Utah National Guard, has been mils HJ tcrcd out, tho company's members HJ having been transferred to fill up the HJ vacancies In the other companies. HJ Roy Davis, aged 19, whose homo was HJ In Salt Lake, was struck by a switch HJ englno at Snn Joso, Cal., and Instant- HJ ly killed. Davis was sitting on tho HJ track and did not hear the approaching HJ engine. HJ A slide occurred In Cottonwood can HJ yon nbovo Marysvalo and caught ono HJ of a bunch of horses that were being HJ taken up to get somo women and chtl- HJ drcn out who woro at tho Log Cabin HI tironertv. Hj Edgar Williams, teamster of Salt HJ Lake, despondent over the recent HJ death of his wlfo, nttomptcd suicide, HJ taking morphine, but was discovered HJ In tlmo and saved after tho doctors HJ had worked over him several hours. HJ Anthony J, Coleman, tho colored HJ waiter who shot and killed John V. HJ Larson, n Salt Lnko commission mer HJ chant, will bo tried on n chargo of HJ voluntary manslaughter. Coloman ile. HJ clnrcs ho thought Larson was going HJ to rob him. HJ Mrs, M. A. Ulshop, mother-in-law of HJ C. Hyde Tlngey, deputy stato auditor, HJ stole from her sick-bed, in tho absence H of her daughter, In Salt Lnke City, HJ whllo suffering from nervous delirium HJ and killed herself by slashing her HJ throat with n razor. HJ1 Percy J. Luster, a fugltlvo from jus. HJ' tlce who was captured last summer Hi nt Ogdcn, has been declared Insano Hi by a court In Guthrie, Ky. He was Hi sent to the asylum at llopklnsvlllu H- Luster was nccusod of having mur- H dered his wlfo In Elleton, Ky. I At a meeting of tho Salt Lake Hoard H of Underwriters it was decided to re- H commend that n reduction of 20 per H cent bo made on rates of Insurance of H mercantile buildings In Salt Lake City. H Another reduction of 10 per cent wus HJ recommended on mercantile stocks. Hi HHHM V NEWS SUMMARY v The German government has plncc. nn order with tho Krupp Oerinnnln works for n battleship of 18,000 tons, Ilrltlsh shipbuilders have received from tl Hrazlllan government orders for threo first class cruisers of 10,000 Ions (Seronlmo, tho aged Ap.icliu wnrrloi has Joined a wild west show for the season, with tho consent of Iho war de partment. Martin Vanthoff, Hald to bo dement od, is being held, charged with burning his wlfo to death In their home In Grand Hnplds, Mich. Sixteen more bodies were brought up from tho Courleres (France) mine Saturday. Another living horso wai found, but no more living 'nen A punitive expedition has started from (Ireytown, Natal, In pursuit ol Ilamhaata, tho Insurgent chief, and deposed regent of thu Greytown dls. trlct. Tho chief of police or St. Peters burg, after various tests, Is equipping thu police nnd gens d'nimes with coats of mall to bo worn under their uniforms. Ilov. F. II. House, rector of the As cension Episcopal church of St. Paul, committed suicide, shooting hlmscir. Ill-health Is given as tho causo. Ho came from Hoston. Emperor Wllllnm has telegraphed to Hcrr Von Radowltz and Count Von Tattenbach, tho German delegates to the Moroccan conference, a cordial ac knowledgment of tholr work nt Alge clras. Tho leader of the rebels, who boast ed that he had killed two French of ficers In February of this year, was executed at Lakoja, Nigeria, after n trial by the sultan of Sokoto and a na tive court. Larry Rogers, who recently perjurod himself, telling the district attorney of a "plot to assassinate Rev. C. II. Park hurst of Now York," has been sen tenced to seven years and six months in Sing Sing. The 1,000 union men who quit work on tho construction of the Allls-Chal-mors shops at West Allls, "Wis., be cause of nn alleged attack on one of their number by a torcmun, have re turned to work. Charges mado against James Vlosc;(, tho American vlco consul at La Paz, hnvo been Investigated by tho state department and tho navy department, nnd tho result Is a complete vindication of Mr. Vlosca. Tho supplemental treaty between tho United States and Japan, which wns signed at Toklo last week, is comprised of ono single nrtlclc. In cluding bribery In tho list of extra ditable crimes. In tho life lnsurnnco rebnto cases Frederick Hocknday was placod un der nrrest at Hoston Saturday. Ho Is accused of "allowing rebato of rates contrary to public statutes." Hocka day gavo ball, ' James Clinch, 111 years old, said to bo of n wealthy family of Portsmouth, Vn., wns shot and fatally wounded at Chicago by Henry Seaman, whom Clinch nnd two companions, It Is said had attempted to rob. Then French government has decld cd to make an Investigation of tho methods followed by tho salvage en gineers nt Courrlers with tho Idea or prosecuting them under tho criminal code for negligence and manslaughter. While playing on tho dump nt tho Los Angeles gnrbage Incinerator, John Cota, n 14yeor-old boy, slipped and fell Into tho slldo which convoys tho gar bago Into tho furnace, nnd was quick ly cnrrlcd Into tho flro nnd burned to death. Premier Snrrlen of Franco received tho accoptanco of tho mining compa nies of tho departments of tho Nord nnd Pns do Calais of tho government's proposnl to Increnso tho wages of the minors for tho purposo of adjusting tho strike. Genornl Mlstchcnko, after n long pe riod of servlco with tho army in the far eaBt, has departed for St. Peters burg. Ills latest servlco was In crush ing tho rovolutlon movement along tho Trans-Siberian railway cast or Harbin. Tho monthly circulation statement shows that at tho closo of business March 31, 190G, the total circulation of national banks was $554,CGG,9G7, an Increase for tho year of $78,718,022, nnd nn Incronso for tho month of $3, 8G3.072. James A. Vail, n pioneer of Flagstaff, Ariz., nnd woll known throughout the territory, committed sulcldo by shoot ing himself through tho hend with a ,45-cnllber rovolver. Tho causo wns despondency over n broken leg, sus tained Inst Juno, which rofuscd to heal. James I). Howard, who has been In Jail at Louisville, Ky., pending tho dis position of his caso by tho United States supremo court, has been taken to Frankfort to begin his term of llfo Imprisonment to which ho wns sen tenced for tho murdor of William Goo-bel. VESUVIUS AGAIN ACTIVE VILLAGERS PANIC STRICKEN Many Homes Have Been Abandonen nd Churches Are Crowded With People Praying for Deliver ance from Peril. Naples. Tho Inhabitants of tho vll Jnsca in tho vicinity of Mount Vesu vius nro In a condition bordering on prfhlc. Mnny homes have been nbnn doncd for the open air, although there has been n thick fog nil dny and tho atmosphere has been denso with vol canlc ashes nnd the fumes of subtcr ranenn fires. Tho churches uro crowded luy nnd night with peopls praying for deliverance from nn Im pending peril, manifestations of which aro heard and felt In explosions which rescmhlo a heavy cannonading nnd In tho tremblings of the earth which ore constantly recurring. Tho main stream of lavn proceeding from Vesuvius Is 200 feet wldo, and It flows at times nt the rato of twenty pno feet n minute, destroying vegeta tion beforo tho stream reaches It. The peasants of Portlcl, nt tho west foot of Vesuvius, cleared tholr grounds of vlnoynrds and trees In tho effort to lessen tho danger from flro, nnd re sisted tho progress of the lava to their utmost. Tho population of Doscotrecaz, on tho southern declivity of tho mountain, havo sought safety In flight, and Bos corcalo, to tho eastward, Is nlso threntencd. Women of this village, weeping with fright, cnrrlcd a statuo of St. Anno ns near as they could go to tho flowing lava, Imploring a mir acle to stay the advanco of tho con suming stream. The cemetery at Boscorealo has been Invaded by lava. The scene nt night Is one. of mingled grandeur nnd hor ror, as from tho summit of Vesuvius thoro lenps a column of fire fully a thousand feet In height, the glare lighting tho sky nnd sea for many mtlcs. BLAZE AT PORTLAND. Chamber of Commerce Building Burns, With Lots of $100,000. Portland. Ore. Tho most spectneu lar flro which ever occurred In Port land destroyed tho eighth, tho top, story of tho Chamber of Commcrco building Friday afternoon and was tho Indirect cause of the death of IIom,cr H. Hallock, right of way agent of tho Wlllamotto Traction company, former ly for twenty-Ilvo years nn employe of tho Oregon Railroad & Navigation company nt Pendleton, naker City nnd Umatilla. Mr. Hallock, who was ono of tho best known railroad men In the northwest, was in tho Commercial club when tho flro broke out. Ho Booms to have become suddenly mad, and do- spite tho efforts of sovcral men who strove to restrain him, Jumped down tho light well onto tho roof of tho cen tral court, eight stories below, nnd was Instnntly killed. Tho property loss Is estimated nt $100,000. DARING ROBBER CAUGHT. Swiss Police Land Ringleader of Rus sian Bank Thieves. Zurich, Switzerland. Tho ringlead er of tho band which robbed tho Mu tual Credit hank of Moscow of $437,500 March 20 has been nrrcsted here. Ho Is n young Russlnn who arrived In Zurich April 3, nnd had been drinking heavily. Tho pollco took him Into cus tody on tho chnrgo of Intoxication and found among his belongings n wallet filled with Russian bank notes. When tho prisoner beenmo sober ho volun tnrlly confessed that he had headed the band of nineteen men who robbed tho Mutual Credit bank of Moscow. TO FORTIFY PANAMA. Plan of Army Experts It Laid Before Taft. Washington. -A plun for tho forti fication of tho Panama canal, drawn by tho general staff of tho nrmy, which belloves tho fortifications nec essary, has been placed before Secre tary Tnft. Tho canal commission thinks the fortifications should bo built. A nlco question of policy Is In volved In tho matter and It will bo carefully considered. Secrctnry Tnft has taken up this subject with the president nnd Secretary Root, and It has been decided that tho project shall ho laid boforo congress. Indians Sulking Over Refusal to Join Wild West Show. Washington. Tho mituio of tho troublo that has been browing among tho Apncho captives at Fort Sill, Inci dent to which is tho threat of tho In dians to forcibly break away from tho post, Is explained at tho war deport ment ns the result of tho refusal of tho authorities to let the Indians go. on tho road with u Wild West Bhow. These Indians, undor their old chief, Goronl mo, havo been technical captives nt tho army post for many years past. St. Louis Laborer Swallows Poison In Despair. St. Louis. After spending nil dny Saturday at tho headquarters of hli union, whero ho learned that thero was no prospect of u settlement of tho building trades strike, John McMunn, a stono mason, returned homo nnd swallowed carbolic acid after declaring to his wlfo that ho would rather bo dead than Idle. He died within n few minutes. Ho had been forcod Into Idleness for a month becnuso of tho strlko. NORTHWEST NOTES Tho city election at Missoula, Mont., resulted In a partial victory fo tho municipal ownership league. A postofllco has been established at Aurora, Esmeralda county, Nevada, six miles southeast of Fletcher. Tho quarantine established against sheep of various states by Wyoming; was lifted Inst week Sheep entering that stnto must be dipped but other restriction nro removed. Complete returns of tho Tncomn city election show that George P. Wright, tlemocrnt, was re-elected niiij or over McCormlck, republican, by 295 plurality, and over Hartmnn, mu, nlclpal owneishlp, by 1.GG4. Maurice. Thompson of Rutte, defeat ed "Kid" Porker of Denver, In tho 1Gth round before tho Spokano Ama teur Athletic club. A hard blow back of the car knocked the kid completely out. It wns n bloody exhibition. In the city election nt Helenn the re publicans elected the mayor, pollco Judge nnd six aldermen. Tho demo crats elected the treasurer nnd ono alderman. Tho next council will stand nine republicans nnd five dem ocrats. Detective Hob Urlley shot nnd killed Edwnrd Donnelley, who was burglar Izlng the Parisian Cloak and Suit house In Spokane. A womnn In n neighboring building discovered the burglar at work and telephoned tho police. Nearly 3G0 of tho 450 painters and paper-hangers In Denver have gone on strike for Increased wages. Should tho strike continue long It Is expected that the entire building trades coun cil's membership of 6,000 men will be come Involved. Thomas Logan, sheriff of Ny county, Nevada, was shot and killed at Manhattan by a gambler known as "Blondy" Berry. Logan attempted to prevent a pistol duel between Ber ry and another gambler, and received the shot which killed him. Charles G. May, former president of the Big Bend Nntlonal bank at Daven port, Wash., has been sentenced to serve flvo years In tho penitentiary for violation of tho banking laws. This Is tho minimum sentence. May wreck ed tho bank In mining speculation. Tho business part of the towntjo( Bannock, one of Montana's first min ing enmps and tho first capital of tho territory In Beaverhead county, has been practically wiped out by llro. Tho fire Is believed to havo been Incen diary. Tho total loss Is about $10,000. The estimated valuo of tho oat crop of Idaho for 1905, Is given as $1,G22,GG1. A total of 4.0G9.420 bush els were raised on 98,058 ncres, an av erage per acre of 19.1 bushels, nnd tho nverngo market prlco per bushel was 42 cents. Considerable excitement hns been caused by tho announcement of Steph en Cnrver, n banker of Chinook, Mont., that ho Is desirous of building a rail road from Lowlston through ClarkBton to Asotin nnd then to Anetono county, n distance of 32 miles. Duncnn Clark, for years holder of tho tltlo of champion steer roper of the world, was nccldentnlly killed near Cheyenne, whllo hunting with two friends. Tho threo woro crawling along tho ground towurd a herd of nntelopo when n gun carried by tho man Immediately behind Clark was dlschnjged. Tho chargo entered Clark's body, causing Instnnt death. Charles Secrlst, tho policeman who shot Thomas Johnson In a dispute over a dlco game In n saloon In Den ver on February 9 last, nnd who wns convicted of murdor In tho second degree, has been sentenced to servo from fourteen to twenty years in tho stato penitentiary. Ilrakoman C. W. Hlldohrnnd nnd Flrfemnn John Davis woro killed by tho overturning of n frolght locomo tive on tho Burlington rnllrond near Arvado, Wyoming. Davis wns nllvo for several hours under tho wreck ago. Tho accident was cnuscd by u cave-In of tho track. It Is belloved by Portlnnd detectives that Fred Paul, tho burglar who on Monday night shot and serloinly wounded Georgo Douglass In tho hit ter's homo In San Joso, Is a rormer soldlor, nt Vancouver barracks, who desorted and to nhom wns traced u number of ci lines. The collieries at l .itiei-, Wjo.. nro closing down nnd tho miners nro leav ing to seek work In other fields. All efforts to settle tho differences havo provon futllo. Tho troublo nroso over tho orgnnlzntlon of n union nnd de mands which tho company decided It could not accede to. Charles Souter of Lander, Wyo lost 3,000 Bhcop by a Hood of water which came down through his lambing sheds cnrrylng away 1,600 owes and tho same number of lambB. Mr. Souter has for years carried on his lambing opera tions In March In these shedo, and until now has had good luck. Tho ylold from 00,163 ncres of bar ley sown In Idaho during tho pnst year was 2.G4G.120 bushols or nn nv eroge per ucro of 40 bushels. Tho uverago mnrkot prlco per bushel for tho yoar, 48 cents, mado tho entlro crop worth $1,270,138. "W J FIFE A J FIF H The Garland Livery 1 1 FIFE BROS., Proprietors. H I Livery, Feed .and Sale Stables Up-to-Date Riggs at all Hour Hortei and Mules Bought and Sold I . . 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H Open a savings account with us in your youth and provide for H old age. HV Safety d -posit boxes for rent. m Jhe Garland ub, I Eph Coombs, Manager. H . Is Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars 11 Billiard and Pool Room in Connection. El Mr Garland Utah. B I jflHEfek lVTTVyj PCRCHCRON, H HmHEs- ff-g--,, will make thu fccnson of 100G at the. H tLlaSSKS Garland Livery Barn. I lHHHflHHHHHHbiLu'2!ftLwJhrf Hit! j'jjHffigSo' ' We'Kht Four Y"rB Garland Livestock I and Horse Co. I W. J. TIKE Mnnr.- V Hi HVl jj Job Printing I H Wo havo tho hest equlppnl JOll OITCE In Western llox Elder and can do JOB H. PRINTING that equals anything In thu Btnto or Utah H Globe Office I ml '