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H Tiie Garland Globe
H J. A. Wlxnm, Kditor & Manager. H QARLAND UTAH Nassjssjsj M - iii - i ! UTAH STATE NliVVS H I'll)' pencil day celebration at Brlg- H ham Cily will lie held this year on H September I .Mil H The Williinl Power company Is now H Tm ni in nr the power to operate the H Ogden street railway system H All reclamation work on the Straw H berry propnsiton In practically stop- H lieil. awaiting the appropriation. H It Is announced that the MotT.it road H Will be completed and running trains m from Denver to Salt Lake City within H two H In the gun club shoot In Salt LAhS B City last. Thursday, the Idaho marks- H men carried off a large majority ol fl the B It Is believed that I he work on the B Ogden High school building will be H completed In lime lor the opening ol B school In September B The four -months-old babe of Mis. v. H 1. Broaghtoa or salt Laho lasdead, and R the charge in made thai impure milk H from a capital cily dairy was the H cause of I he little one's death. H Impure milk from a dairy has H caused the death of the I wo year-old BVJ Bon of Frank Torgeasen of Bait Lake H City, making the third death from the H same cause within a week. H So lnig as the heavy Height traffic H on the Salt Lake division of the H Southern Pacific railroad continues H there will probably be no more lay H offs in the Ogden shops of the road. H Butchers and milk dealers of Ogden H are about to feel the strong arm of H the law. Kight meat dealers and at KM least two milk dealers have been B violating the law, the evidence belli?.' HjBl collected by a sanitary inspector. M Mrs. I aura .Mini r. wife ol .Indue An H rollus Miner, a pioneer and one of H the most popular and widely known M women in I tali, died, at the age of 72 1 years, on August 10, at her home In H Salt Lake City. H I-'. M. Whipple, for many years a M well known newspaper man of Ogden, H and nlso United Slates revenue ganger m for a number of years, died In a hos- H pltal at Kl I'.iso, Texas, on August II. H from tulieicnloslH. I' John C. Bker, a business man of H Ogden. Is lying tit the point or death H ns the result of an attempt to suicide, H firing four bullets Into his left breast H Financial troubles led to the attempt 1 at self-destruction. H There is a typhoid epidemic among H the settlers on the deter! near Cisco, H supposedly raused by coulamlnniod H water which at this point is shipped H In barrels. Four deaths have occur H red during tho past two weeks. fj Joe Starkey, u bartender, was shot H by Frank Coneida, a fellow employe-, H at li n.-ham, an the result of u slight H iiliercailon, the shooting being entlre- H ly unjustifiable, however. Starkey Is B in the hospital and Coneida is in jail H The bam and haystacks or William H McDonald, who lives in the north part H of Ileber, were set on flro and the H barn, Hovenly-flvo tons of buy, two H horses, three sets oi harness, one H buggy and all (he rami Implements, ASR were destroyed. The loss will bo Aml about 2,000. H There was a falling off or 200 In the H Behool population of Ogden, according M to the figures turned in by the census H enumerators, compared with the M school imputation of a year ago. The 1 falling off Is accounted for by the in V fltu of Qreeks, and the moving out of f-V-J the district of American residents. H Tin- I i ah & Idaho Railroad com- H pany, which recently Incorporated lo H construct a line In Pox Elder county M end another in Cassia county, Idaho, m to conned tin- Ogdee-Luetn railway H with the Central Pacific and the Mini B doka & Southwestern railway, cover- H ing a distance of 150 miles, has filed M amended articles of Incorporation. H When Mrs. .la.ues Cook ot Ogden 1 missed her mile girl, 18 mouths old, H from Hie bouse, alio went out In search H or the little one. finding her lifeless H body on the Southern Pacific tracks, H she having been struck by a passing 1 freight train and horribly mutilated. M Secretary Italllnger has ordered B withdrawn for temporary power site 1 2-10 ucres along Ashley creek, in the itate of Utah, with the view or report B Ing to congress the withdrawal in or- 1 (hi thai proper legislation may be ffffl enacted bs eongress to preserve power fjfjM Kites to the government and prevent fjfjH monopolies. H Raphael Orange of Ogdoa, aged ft H is dead us the result or Injuries ro- H ceived when he collided with u Streel B ear wlille riding a bicycle. It wa) H found aeoesaary to amputate both of H his legs, and he was unable to survive. B shock. H At the second prohibition oonven H tlon held in Provo, an ordinance wan B drafted which will be presented to the Hb city councils or the various elites or H the county for adoption, providing thai H it shall he unlawful for any person H to carry on I'quor traffic in any of iu BawJJsl forms in any of the respecUvu cities THAW STILL INSANE LONO FIGHT FOR FREEDOM OF 8TANFORD WHITE'S SLAYER HAS BEEN IN VAIN. Judge Orders That Pittsburg Million aire be Returned to the Asylum, as His Release Would be Dan gerous to Peace and Safety. White Plains, N. Y. Harry K. Thaw's let.est attempt to gain his lib erty was defeated on Thursday when Justice Isaac N. Mills dismissed the writ of habeas corpus and declared the release of the petitioner would be "dangerous to public peace and Barely." An order sending Thaw back to Matfeawan was signed Friday. There is no crumb or comfort for Thaw In the Beven-thousand-word opinion handed down by Justice Mills. All the contentions or his old adver sary. District Attorney Jerome, are supported, and it la declared that Thaw is still Insane, Btlll suffering from persistent delusions and still as much h paianoiac as on the day he shot Stanford White. Thaw, waiting in the White Plains Jail, received the news with an out ward calmness which appeared more forced than real, The members of his Tamlly and his attorney seemed stunned by the thor oughness or their dereat. 'I haw declined to give out any Btate meiit, contenting bimsetr with the as sertion that he was not disheartened and would at once continue his fight for liberty. MIXED HER HUSBANDS. Man Six Years Dead Sued for Divorce by Widow. San Francisco. -William M. Melton, six venrs dead, was sued for divorce by his wife through a mistake that has no parallel in the history of the superior court ot this state. The mis take was discovered On Thursday by the plaintiff, When she appeared to take a judgment by default. Some months ago Mrs. Clymena Itol lerl went to her attorney and charged her husband w'th Idleness and neglect. Inadvertently she referred to herself is Mrs. William M. Mellon, and tho defendant was so named in Hie com plaint sulisi ipienily Bled, Hut Mr. Melton, the woman's first husband. uas dead, and in reciting hei wrongs and charges, she had in mind Wil liam L. Rollerl, her second husband. The ccmpla'nt showed the date of lb second marriage In conjunction with the nam t her first husband. Mrs. Rollerl is now obliged to file a new complaint and await the usual term for a default judgment. MILITIA CALLED OUT. Twenty-four Men Injured in Riot of Dock Laborers. Fort William, Ont. For the first time In Its history. Fort William Is iiiidt r martial law. This resulted from a fight waged on BPeeJaJ Cana dian Pacific police on Thursday by 1,000 striking dock laborers. Twenty-lour men were Injured, three futnlly. Including Chief Hall of tho railway company's local force anil two strikers. A regiment of militia was called out after Mayor Pelletier had read the riot act. The Btrlkers had twenty-five rail way constables penned up In the Canadian Pacific railroad bunk house. They rtred through the windows and wore preparing to storm the house When the police persuaded them to desist. CHANGE OF RULERS. Elidore Villazon Sworn in as Presi dent of Bolivia. La Pan, Bolivia. Klldore Villazon was Inaugurated as president or Bo livia on Thursday In succession to Is mail Moult. Owing to the fuel that Villazon is believed to favor Argen tina's award against Bolivia In tiie boundary dispute between Bolivia and Peru. It was expected thai dis orders would ensue. There has been no trouble, however. The lower Classes strongly opposed Ceneial Manuel Jose Pando, newly appointed minister of foreign affairs, because he favors accepting the Argent na award. Sheriff Refuses to Continue Evictions. Pittsburg. The sheriff of Alle gheny county late Thursday flatly re fused to continue the work of evict ing the strikers and the families of the strikers In houses owned by the I 'lessee! Car company at McKee's Rocks. The sheriff asked the com pany to give him men to carry out tho furniture and household effects, but the company, it is said, refused, "Then 1 will not allow my deputies to carry out another piece of furni ture," declared the sheriff. More rioting, during which a foreigner was killed, caused Intense excitement in '.he Schoenvllle strike zone. f,BSMBSBSSBBBBSBVMMBS THE SAME OLD FIGHT (Copyright, 1900.) x-Prsldnt Roosevelt in His Contes ts with the Jungle Monsters Is Per haps Reminded of His Late Official Experiences, STORM CAUSED RISE IN RIVER Fearful Loss of Life as Result of High Waters, Six Hundred Houses Being Demolished. Monterey, Mex. Fourteen lives were lost and much property destroyed In this city early Wednesday by an overflow of the Santa Catarinn river. Some estimates place the number of dead as high as fifty. The exact fig ures will never be known, as the dis trict at San Luisite, where most ol the damage occurred, la inhabited by the poorer class mostly, and many oc cupied houses which were washed away. More than tlUO houses were de molished in this one district, and practically all those now standing are more or less damaged. Many faml lies lost all their possessions. In the city proper several houses caved in as a result of the storm, and the damage all over the city has been great. LOCAL OPTION LAW VALID. Idaho Court Upholds Measure Passed by Last Legislature. Boise. Idaho. In the district court on Wednesday, Judge Wood held con stitutional the local option law- passed by the last legislature. The act was attacked on behalf of the liquor Inter ests and the ussutii. presented the form of an appeal from the order or the Ada county commissioners in or dering an election for September 8. The opponents of the law held It should go down under the decision ot the supreme court in the eighth ju dicial case. Judge Wood admits the law is Imperfect, but suys it does not present inconsistencies sufficient to justify him in declaring It repugnant to the constitution. An appeal may be taken to the supreme court, but it is not likely an expression cun be so-1 cured from that tribunal before the date set for the election. STEAMERS ON BOTH COASTS. Plan to Block Freight Discrimination Across Isthmus of Panama. Baltimore, Md. Bernard N. Baker, of this city, who has, at the instance of President Taft, been Investigating the matter of freight rates over the Panama railroad, has prepared his re port to the president bearing on al leged discriminations to the Panama railroad and Panama Steamship com pany against American commerce crossing the isthmus. Mr Baker recommended that the government encourage establishment of an Independent line or lines of steamers on each coast, which shall connect with the Panama railroad. The plan proposed is comprehensive and does not contemplate that the government shall enter the steamship business. Plenty of Work for Unskilled Laborers Washington. Work has been found for 3,000 persons during the last six weeks through the Information division of the department of commerce and labor. Most of them have gone to the wheat fields of the northwest, al though, according to a statement made by the department, labor is much In demund In factories as well as on the farm. The division or information, under a ruling by Assistant Secretary Mellarg, Is confined In its operations to unskilled labor, the labor organiza tions having protested against the ac tivity on the part of the government looking to the employment of skilled labor. GUESTSJLTJSE LIVES HOTEL BURNS IN THE EARLY MORNING, ELEVEN LIVES BEING LOST. There Were About Sixty Guests, and the Flames Spread With Such x Rapidity It Was Impossible to Save Everyone. Vancouver, B. C. Eleven lives were lost when the Okanagan hotel at Vernon. B. C. was burned early Tuesday morning. Four men are In the hospital, one .of whom cannot re cover. Th building was a large brick veneer structure and was patronized chiefly by the laboring classes. It had about sixty guests, and so sud den was the onrushlng or the flames that those who escnped did so with great difficulty. Some of them never got out of their rooms. The fire was discovered about 2 o'clock. When the firemen arrived a few minutes later both stairways were seething alleys of flames, and In a short lime the building was blazing In all quarters. TUG GOES DOWN IN OCEAN. Three Sailors and Doctor Lose Their Lives as a Result. Rockport. Mass. In staggering around Cape Ann before a westerly ! gale and loaded to her gunwales with anchors for the battleship Missouri, I the naval tug Nezinscot, bound from Portsmouth for Boston, capsized off Halibut point, Capt Ann, early Wed nesday, carrying down three members of the crew. The second officer, the captain's wife and her fit tie boy.and four of the crew, landed at I.anesville and report ed thai Captain Evans, the surgeon, the engineer and several seamen were drilling out to sea before the gale on the life raft. The surgeon was washed 'off the raft and drowned, but the others were rescued. FATHER 8LAIN BY SON. Boy of Eleven Fires Fatal Shot After Family Quarrel. Diiluth, Minn. J. H. Ostby, a promi nent Dtiluth grocer, was shot and I killed by his 11-year-old son at his home WedBSSdaj Uight, The son was arrested and declined to make any statement. It was learned, however, that Mr. and Mrs. Ostby had Indulged In a heated argument over the funeral bill or one or their children. The son entered the conversation and opposed his rather, later he rushed to a bed room, procured a revolver and fired at his lather, killing him instantly. Glory Be, Kate May Wed Abruzzi. Now York. The royal blood or a line or Italian kings courses through the veins or Senator Henry li. Davis of West Virginia, and consequently Miss Katherlne Ell. Ins. his grand daughter, whose reported engagement to the Duke or the Abnizzl excited two continents, is of royal lineage, ac cording to a cable from Ixmdon. Mrs. Albert Levin Richardson of Baltimore, who has been In London for two years making researches In reference to the origin or seventeenth century American colonists or the up per clusseB, has discovered that Sen ator Davis' forebears trace their de scent back to A. D. 814, in the time of Charlemagne, through many gener ations or Italian kings. IDAHO YOUTH KILLS FATHER Declares He Shot In Self Defense, and That His Mother and Brother Helped Bury Victim. Idaho Falls, Idaho. MrB. Augustine Pierce and son, Edward, accused ot complicity in the murder or the hus band and rather, Oustave Pierce, at Mud Lake, In Fremont county, thirty five miles from the Oregon Short Line railroad, have been placed under ar- ' , rest. "J The younger son, Paul, who was ar rested previously, has made a full confession to the murder of his father, saying that his mother and "" brother, however, helped him bury the corpse, after a coffin had been made of boards taken from a barn. Paul says that he shot his rather twice after a quarrel and after ths victim had threatened to kill the en tire ramily. "Bill" Williams, a neighbor of the Pierces, noticed the absence ot the murdered man and began asking questions. As the answers aroused his suspicions ho caused the arrest of the younger son and the confes sion soon followed. Mrs. Pierce and BdWSrd were found camping on the outskirts of this city Thursday night and arrested by of ficers from Mud Lake and local po lice. The Pierces owned 3LH acres of the gem stales finest land and all went well for awhile, but troubles finally began to show up. A few weeks ago Mrs. Pierce and her Eldest son had the father arrested on a charge of In sanity. He was examined by the Fre mont county authorities and that dif ficulty seemed settled, when he was liberated. IRRIGATIONISTS ADJOURNS. Ask for a Ten Million Dollar Irri gation Fund From Congress. Spokane. With the election of of ficers, the selection of Pueblo, Colo., as the next meeting place, the pas sage of resolutions commending both the efforts of Pinchot and Newell in the forestry and reclamation bureaus, asking a $10,000,000 Irrigation fund from congress and commending the Mississippi deep waterway, the seventeenth National Irrigation con gress came to a practical adjourn ment Friday afternoon. AH remaining traces of the Bal-linger-Plnchot hostilities disappeared on the last day of the congress with perhaps a mention now and then by some kindly disposed speaker. Richard W. Young of Utah was elected second vice president, and L, Newman of Montana, third vlce-pres- -. ident. y YOUTH8 ROB BANK. Secure $7,000, But Are Captured With in Two Hours. San Francisco. Two men armed I with shotguns and unmasked walked Into tho Valley bank of Santa Clara, ' shortly after 10 o'clock Friday, and covering the cashier and his three clerks, demanded $7,000. After secur- Ing the money they fled in a waiting I automobile, but were captured two ' hours later seven miles from town, submitting without resistance. When the fugitives surrendered to the menacing influence of rifles and shotguns, It was discovered that they were little more than boys. Neither appeared to be over IS years of age, and it was evidently their first at tempt at such a crime. Got Even With Jokers. Aspenwall, Pa. The flieodl of Stephen Swartz have discovered that the contents or a beer barrel some times sting like 500 adders. Hwarlz has often been the butt of practical jokes. Monday he telephoned for his friends to Join him In disposing of a barrel of Snltz near town. On ar rival the MendS found Swartz sitting on a keg with a large ice cake on top. Steve asked another to pour and ex cused himself for a moment. Un able to resist the temptation until Steve's return, a guest pulled the stop per from the keg and unloosened two pecks or mad bees Into the air. Five hundred stings were Inflicted on Swartz's friends Inside of the next two minutes. The bees had been im prisoned by Steve while they were swarming. Brutal Murdtr of Laundry Worker. San Francisco. A brutal murder wis revealed when the dead body or Agnes Brascesso, a young laundry worker, with the throat cut and the head beaten almost to a pulp, was found In the room of a lodging house on Post street, occupied Jointly by George Curry, a motorman, and L. D. Prosser, a conductor. The remains " were found by Prosser when he went to the room. Curry, who is a paroled convict from San Quentln. where he was commuted for manslaughter, later committed suicide.