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I The Garland Globe H j. a. Wlxom, Ertitoi & Manager. I GARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS H Erection of the now sheepBhearing Bj plant lit Modcna has been started and H it will be completed within sixty aftl Don Martin attempted suicide In Og- jB den. shooting himself, nnd now oc- HI cuples a cot In a hospital with small HB chances of recovery. BBj William McDonald, for forty years BB ft resident of nig Cottonwood, died Bfl Tuesday of general debility, at the age BH of eighty-eight years. BB James Tohin, a laborer, aged f7, was .,BJ struck by a street car In Salt Lake, I sustaining a painful scalp wound and minor cuts and bruises. While two boys were testing an air gun in Salt Lake City, Robert Wooley, aged 5, was shot In the eye, and It was found necessary to remove the ye. The murder trial of Trefla Raece tlch, the Austrian who shot and killed Mike Phic at Blnghnm on February 19, 1909, as the result of a religious feud, Is being held in Salt Lake City. Preparations are being made for the annual poultry show to be held at Logan, January 18 to 2H. These gath erlngs of poultry fanciers have become extremely popular in this part of the state. While investigating the workings in the GniBH Creek coal mine, near Coal ville, J. E. Pettlt state coal mine in spector, lust his footing and fell a short distance into a shaft, breaking ft rib. Fire which started In the barn of Robert Blamlres, at Farmington, cans ed a loss of $600 and came near cost ing the lives of several head of stock. It is supposed that the fire was start ed by a tramp sleeping In the barn. John McDonald, a pioneer resident of Utah, having crossed the plains with the handcart veterans, is dead at Heber City. Mr. McDonald was 78 years of age and had been a resident of Utah ever since he was 9 years of age. An effort on the part of John Mc-D.rt-mott to liberate himself from the Ogden jail was nipped in the bud when McDermott was found In the act of turning the lock to his cell with a wooden key which he had made from a broom handle. That there is good profit In the poultry business if proper methods are pursued is the opinion of Pro fessor George Turpin of the Agricul tural college, who delivered tin ad dress at the Farmers' institute held at Murray on Wednesday. k While out hunting, Roy Burnslde, J 18 years old, of Round Hill, acciden tally shot himself in the left foot. He was taken to the h spitsJ tit Mount Pleasant, where physicians an nounced that the boy'B foot probably would have to be amputated. In an effort to abate the alarming increase in juvenile delinquency, Og den's chief of police will ask the city council to pass ordinance! forbidding billiard and ikm rooms to remain op en Sundays, and a more strict enforce ment of the present regulations. William Scott, colored, aged 25, Is being held in the Salt Lake jail await ing an examination as to ills sanity. Scott entered the police station and i declared thai he had been shot in the leg. An examination revealed no sign of a wound, but Scott insists that he Is wounded. Crazed by Intoxicants, George Krause, a musician of Ogden, attempt ed to throw his wife from tile window of their lied room, four tloors above the street, but was overpowered when (the woman's screams brought assis tance, and now occupies a padded cell it the ciiv jail. Special Inspector! have inspected fourteen dairies and milking barns In Weber county. According to the in pectors, only a few of these places Jr have a semblance of sanitation. The Inspectors left orders for the dairy men to clean up their places ftt once. Finding .lack Johnson on the side walk in Ogden, apparently dead, by standers took his body to the police Itation and started ftn Investigation, when Johnson, who had been Attacked by an epileptic fit surprised the in vestigators by jumping up and run ning from the room, Richard L. Henry, who was ar rested in St. Louis a few days ago for robbing mall bags and w ho after wards confessed to robbing the Sprlngville postofflce October 19, is on his way to Utah in charge of a postofflce Inspector, to be tried here for the Sprlngville robbery. The city marshals of the cities of Utah county met in Provo on Thurs day, on invitation of City Marshal James T. Williams of Provo for the purpose of getting better acquainted and organizing to assist each other in the enforcement of the laws of cor porate cities of the county. L H bibv MINISTERS INDICTED1 OHIO CLERGYMEN ACCUSED OF 8ELLING THEIR VOTES DURING RECENT ELECTION. Should Charges Be Proven, Not Single Enfranchised Voter Will Be Left ir One Township, Every Citizen Hav.ng Been Indicted. West Union, Ohio. Seventy three more Indictments were returned Thursday by the rand Jury Investi gating the selling of votes In Adams county, under the direction of Judge Hlalr. Seventy persons were ar raigned, making the total to date 37fi arraigned and 1,071 Indicted. Judge Hlalr said It may become necessary to Indict some men who bought votes in order to make a clean sweep of all the guilty and to bring about desired reforms It was discovered that not a single enfranchised voter will lie left In one school district In Jefferson township, which Includes Walmsleyville. Every male citizen has been Indicted. Two more ministers, both residents of Green g township, were Indicted Thursday. Court officials decline to give out their names. Each received $5 for his vote. One young man ccn fessed that he sold one to his own father and received $10 for his vote. Many persons are placing chattel mortgages on their furniture to raise the money to pay their fines. EASTERN STATES CROWDED. But There It Plenty of Room in the West for the Homeseeker. Washington. Rhode Island has 508.5 persons to the square mile, thus, according to census bureau figures, leading the list of states in the matter of density of population. Nevada, with only seven-tenths of a person to the square mile, finds a place at the lower end of the table giving Ihese facts. Second In the density list, Massa chusetts supports 418 8 persons to the square mile; New Jersey, 337.7; Con nectlcut, 831. 3. and New York, 191.2. The other Btates possessing more than 100 U the square mile are: Pennsylvania, 171; Maryland, 130.3; Ohio, 117; Delaware, 103, and Illinois. 100.7. Wyoming, boasting 1 V6 persons to the square mile, more than doubles Nevada, while Arizona, with 1.8, stands third from the bottom. Mon tana, New Mexico, Idaho, Utah, Ore gon South Dakota, Colorado and North Dakota all have fewer persons than ten to the mile. SAFEGUARDING THE PUBLIC. New Rule Which Affects Seven Thou sand National Banks. Washington. Disclosures following the forced liquidation of the Quanah National bank of Quftnfth, Tex., ten lays ago, caused the comptroller of lie currency to issue an order direct lug every one of the 7,100 national banks in the United States to Install what practically amounts to a uni '(inn system of bookkeeping. Investigation disclosed that the hank had been doing business for the . last two years, although undoubtedl) I insolvent. It had been inspected at regular intervals by national bank ex t iminers. Within that time the examiners 'Sere unable to learn the bank's true -cihIi' ion largely because the man ' agemvnt refused to keep a proper record of its transactions. Trainmen Get Wage Increase. Chicago. Conductors and trainmen on tifty railroads running north, south 1 nnd west of Chicago, were granted a flat Increase in wages of 10 per cent ' on Thursday. The increase wus granted after a month's notice and af fects 75.000 members of the Brother hood of Railroad Trainmen and the OnWr of Railway Conductors. It will mean an added expense of $5,000,000 a year to the railroads. The increase becomes effective from December 29. More Sugar Frauds Uncovered. New Orleans That the government has been defrauded of more than a million dollars in Import dutius at New Orleans by false weights and lm porper grading of sugar is the unoffic ial information made public Thurs day. It is said the government will bring suits against certain sugar re fineries to recover alleged unpaid uu-ties. Battles With Gulf Storm. New Orleans- -The sudden ap proach Thursday afternoon of a gulf tiurrlcane found Aviator John It Mols lant 4,000 feet above the earth In the clouds and for ten mlnuteg he bat tled against a fifty-mile wind before lie made n landing. When he was ifted from his Blerlot monoplane he NM ftltnOSi exhausted. ' H..1S HHBHH A NEW BROOM SWEEPS CLEAN (Copyright. UU0.) A SERIOUS CLASH EXPECTED j Santo Domingo and Haytl Reported to be Massing Troops Along Their Borders. Washington. Rumors of serious fighting on the border between Santo Domingo are reported to the state department in a cablegram dated from American Minister Furniss at Port au Prince. He says the Haytlen government, while denying these ru mors, Is sending soldiers to the bor der. The Dominican government de clares that iiaytlen troops under General Ferdinand fired on a Domini can guard at Perdenales, so that ths Dominican government has Intimated that the Haytien troops be withdrawn Immediately, pending which the Do minican government also Is sending troops to the seat of trouble. The auxiliary cruiser Yankton has sailed from San Juan, P. R., for 8a moan bay on the north coast of Santo Domingo. The ostensible object of her visit is to lay out courses for tor pedo practice within the quiet waters of the bay. MERRILL LEADS TEACHERS. College Professor Chosen President of Utah State Teachers' Associa tion. Salt Lake City. Professor Joseph F. Merrill of the University of Utah was elected president of the Utah State Teachers' association at the closing session on Friday, of the most successful convention ever held in the history of the association. The other officers elected are: Vice-president, Joesph Peterson, Provo; trus tees for one year. Superintendent Alma Molyneux of Cache county and Superintendent J. M. Mills of Ogden; two-year trustees, S. H. Goodwin, Provo. and F. W. Reynolds. Salt Lake; three-year trustees, D. II. Rob erts, Manti, and Mathonlhah Thomas, Salt Lake. GRILL FOREST SERVICE. Utah Woolmen Protest Against Ac tion of Government Officials. Salt Lake City. At the convention of the Utah Woolgrowers' association held In this city, the sheepmen bit terly denounced the actions of the forest service officials with reference to the rules and regulations regard ing the reduction in the number of sheep which are allowed on the na t'onal forests. Organization of Utah Wnolgorwera probably will be perfected to protest against the actions of forest service officials in cutting down the individ ual allotments on national forests and also to fight proposed reduction of tariff on wool. Insane Man Kills Wife. Keokuk, Iowa. After shooting and killing his wife in a fit of Insane rage at New Boston, near here, Friday morning, and keeping a sheriff's posse at bay for hours, Christian Schock. a farmer, aged 40, was captured late Friday night and brought to the coun ty jail here. Schock had recently been released from the hospital for the Insane at Mount Pleasant, lie probably will be returned to the nos-pltal. Ralney Still After Roosevelt. Washington. The African hunting trip, as organised and carried out by the Smithsonian institution via Roosevelt is the subject of the latest proposed congressional Investigation. The suggestion was received here Friday by Representative Ralney of Illinois from a citizen of a Georgia town who referred to such an in quiry as a "public serrlce" and to the Smithsonian Institution as ft "trash hsap institution." AT IKfDF REBELS MORMON COLONISTS IN MEXICC UNABLE TO GET SUPPLIES OR MAIL FROM STATES. Insurgents Burn Bridges and Then Re fuse to Allow Americans to Repair Same, Fearing Pursuit by Gov ernment Troops. El Paso, Texas. The Mormon col onists In Mexico are still cut off froir the outside world. They have had nc supplies nor mall from the states sine December 21, as on that date the train from there was captured by In surgents south of Juaraz and the bridges burned. On Wednesday, while the bridge? were being repaired, a band of lnsur gents appeared and forced the train crew to cense their work and return to headquarters. The rebels declared they did not in tend to allow the road to be repaired lest troops would be sent south from here Into the rear of their army in western Chihuahua. Gotch After me Lion. Chicago. Frank A. Gotch, cham pion wrestler of the world, did the ex pected on Wednesday. He came out of his at least partial retirement and issued a formal challenge to meet George Hackenschmldt, "the Russian Lion," or any other wrestler for the title. The champion immediately posted $2,500 as a forfeit to bind -match for a side bet of $20,000. Dead With Nail in Brain. Montreal, Quebec. Ernest Bigras, I young French-Canadian, was taken to a hospital with a nail driven into his brain. He died Wednesday afternoon. The police are searching for Raul ('as savant, with whom, it is alleged, Bi gras quarreled over a French-Canadian girl. Cassavant Is alleged to have struck his rival down with club from which the nail protruded Fearful Powder Explosion. El Paso, Tex. Two men are known to be dead, four others are believed to have perished, at least fifty men, women and children were injured, and ii number of small houses were wrecked by an explosion of nearly 4,000 pounds of powder in a huge slag pile at the El Paso plant of the Amer ican Smelting a.- Refining company on Wednesday. Mexicans Led to Slaughter. El Paso, Texas.- A special to the Times from Its correspondent in Chi huahua says: Luque's relief column has encountered four days' fierce fighting near Casa Colorado, and Its loss Is 60 men killed. The insurrec tos' loss Is slight. The column is badly demoralized. Navarro's com mand is still bottled up near Mul Paso. Paper Towels for Schools. Topeka, Kans. E. T. Falrchlld, state superintendent of public in struction, said Friday that he would prepare at once to have a test made of paper towels for use In Kansas school houses. If the test Is success ful all schools will be furnished with individual towels on rollers. The towel, after use, Is burned. Insists on Jail Sentences. Washington. Three attorneys for the Individuals Indicted as members of the so-called "bathtub trust" for al leged violation of tue Sherman act oame to the department of justice on Friday In the interest of their clients They were given to understand, it was said, that jail sentences will be I Insisted unon. TO HELP YOU SHE NEW POSTAL BANKS OPENED FOR BUSINESS IN EVERY STATE IN UNION. The New System Expected to Prove I Boon to the Poorer Classes, and is Intended to Encourage Thrift of all Classes of Citizens. Washington.- Through the practical Institution of the postal savings bank system on Tuesday, January I, the J United St.i'i s government will give thfl M people facilities for saving a part ol their earnings. The establishment of these banks Is regarded as the most far reaching fin ancial step taken by the government dnce the authorization of national banks, and iheir operation will be watched with interest by financiers throughout the world. The system is to be inaugurated on a comparatively small scale. One post I office In each state and territory has been selected as a depository. In those forty-eight offices, a thor ough test will be made. It was decided to make the beginning thus small, not only because no adequate appropri ation was available to put it Into gen- eral operation, but also because thfl plan adopted diffets entirely from that of any other system In the world. No passbooks will be furnished de positors, but till deposits will be evi denced by engraved postal savings cer tificates, issued In fixed denominations of $1. $2 $5, $10. $20 and $50, each bearing the name of the depositor and the date on which interest begins te accrue. By the terms of the law, no account for less than $1 may be opened and no person may deposit more than $100 in any calendar month, or have to his credit at any one time move than $500, exclusive of accumulated interest. Accounts ma.v be opened by any per son over 10 years old. In his or her own name, and by married women In their own names. The accounts of wives ctinnot be interfered with or con- I trolled by the husbands. I 1 INSURRECTOS TURN BANDITS. I It is Feared They Will Attack Ameri- I cans in Hope of Bringing About I American Intervention. J Chihuahua. A condition of anarchy Jm Is reported existing among the lnsur- rectos by n well known mining man a who returned here Sunday from the Minaca district. Foreigners express the fear thai once the insurgents find themselves hard pressed, they will kill a few Americans in the hope of bringing about an American interven tion W. Billing Tucker, a Californlnn, who Is prominent In this country, went through it hair-raising ordeal at Min aca recently. A squad of half drunken revolutionists, accused him of being a spy and he was saved from being executed nnd by the devotion of a Herman storekeeper named Junk, Four times Tucker was stood up to be shot and ns many limes Junk, by the most vehement protesatlons secured delays and finally saved his friend's life. Yaqui Indian Murders Wife. TUCSOB, Ariz Because she would not get iii and give him some medl- rlne several night ago, Antonio Tecol- Bte, a Yaqula Indian, crushed in his wife's bead with a hammer and then buried her, head downward, In the yard. When the woman was missed Tecolete readily led the sheriff to the burying spot, and then produced the bloody hammer. He considered the woman his personal property and does not appear to underatand why his act should have resulted In any unusual excitement. Heavy Snowfall in Italy. Turin. Italy. A very severe winter with beavy snows Is causing many dis asters, especially In the province of Cuneo where railway communication has been Interrupted. Many avalun clies are reported. Estrada Chosen President. Managua. General .1. Juan Estrada, by the unanmoua vote of congress, on Saturday became the provisional pre sident of Nicaragua for a two-year term. Adolfo Diaz, former minister of a the Interior, Is vice-president. a Nicargauau Ruler Recognized. Washington. President Taft has au thorized formal recognition of the new constitutional government of Nicara gua following the receipt of official dis patches announcing the election of General Juan J. Kstrada as president Threatened Judge. West Union, O Six men charged with having made throats against the life of Judge Blair, who Is conducting the vote buying Investigation In this country were arrested In Manchester county on Sunday.