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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 29 August 1908

QjSTORY- i ThC I Princess I Elopes fl I By HAROLD NcGRATH KKfl I -A" iff of B 1 "Ths Man on the II 0 M I "Heart and Manka," Eto. KfgSJ tOourruiut. im. Bebba -MernU On i H SYNOP8I8. v Arthur Wuri liiKton. American rnneul SB1 Id Bersctieit, (i-iIh how reigning Orand J lukc attempts to force IiIh nel ft n J oeaa Hlldenrde, lo marry I'm Ilopple j ktnn, an old widower vVarrlBSton lota J tint kniM tin- princess avail ly H'uht. j while riding horseback in the country J filKlit ovi'iiuhcH linn anil ha BeekS acii m- T Mm t 1 1 1 -I . in a dilapidated uaatle, Hera K-Ba lie Hints two wofflMI ami an nlil mull J I rvunl. Ilnr woman Ih ITIihpmm llllili- L-ani" ami i in- other a friend, linn Betty J Moon, ill KnKlniMl. They detain htm In BBS wtlii' 'in n inn. U inarrtaK'' between thn BBS prlnoeM ami a (Uhmtiii-i'iI unify officer, BBS Btelnbock. done fnr tin' piirp.iar nf fiitlltor BBS tlio grinul iluki. Hti'tnlxx k iitti-mpiH to B9-BJ IiUh tin' prtiu'i'HM and alii la rescued by BB Win 1 1 n Hlnlnh...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 29 August 1908

- aftH NATURE AND A WOMAN'S WOKK Nature and a woman's work com bined have produced the grandest remedy for woman's ills that the world has ever known. In the good old-fashioned days of our grandmothers they relied upon tho roots and herbs of tho field to cure disease and mitigate Buffering. The Indians on our Western Plains to-day can produce roots and herbs for every ailment, and cure diseases that baffle the most skilled physicians who have spent years in the study of drugs. From the roots and herbs of the field Lydia E. Ilnkhum more than thirty years ago gave to the women of the world a remedy for their pe culiar ills, more potent and effica cious than any combination of drugs. j Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable it9 Compound is now recognized as the standard remedy for woman's ills. Mrs. Bertha Muff, of 616 N.C. St, Louisiana, Mo., writes: Complete restoration to health means so much to me that for the sake of other suffering women I am willing to make my troubles public. "For twelve...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 29 August 1908

H Tllh GARLAND QLOftf H BSI Snuirday, Any. 39, 1908 Wm ITEMS OF INTEREST. JHS9 MtW Hur:.li I'ow Iit. Who Iim bin) quite feEM ill. inn HL'iiin RtiS !j4mi Chtytiin MM nn the tic k lint few mJB iluyi Hii- week. iKBH J I. Nlln-rt penl 111 t m( 1 lil. Mrwfe In 31 Twin Fillv Mnho vSrSt NIn" ''"' OUlk returned Tnemlny '"RE from A vlt to Predion, Iilnho. Kfl BLANK NOT9r t HB lliln ID" lOr per l'zen H Hii Y I. tlrover WM I SftH I.nKe vlsi H tor TimmIhv 11 lid Wi (luewliir . HH Jimller VV K Vmifli-i-t had in Ogilen H in bwlnm MonrlH.v n'l TihxiIhv. B V cum 11 i'iilliilete line of l.uiial B cuskets Two III Furniture Co tf H IIchI lull' Hpnl (' l,iiu Mire nf 1 B (nrtntie whr Mere mi tno-lii.'- TiicmIkv. LL K.I Hirdtognf Hie ( V A M Co ofj Mnliil Ok) , whs III n oil lltlsillfHM I III'- ' B (V Tree twpci'l.ir Cnrl IMMMKHI of J llriir Imrii I'm . MM here on hiiviiicKX Tiii'ImImV. J Mr. Mini Hn ' W Lewis drove over to H llrli'lriiii Otl) Tucidiiy for loud of J WHti'l'llielons. J MNs N'etlH Fife Hti...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 September 1908

ta BsBstsV I aaXHE GARLAND GLOBE "hsi I I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BKAR RIVER VALLEY H I Vol.3. No. 31. Published of Garland, Utoh. Saturday, Sept. 5, 1903 M 4 Stake Quarterly Conference. I HJ Tin' liox Klilrr Htitku quarterly con- HJ frrence In-!! in BftgfcMI ' 'in last Hatur- HJ day and Sunday WW well attended. Tlic Hj visitor were Killers Jon F. Smith, Jr., Hj 0, W hltney, Seymour 11. Young; and HJ Slater Rom Wallace llennett. M SATl'IIDAY 10 A. H. M The speakers nt Saturday morning's HJ meet inn were President I.. A. Snow, i'.l- M der Oilier I.. Wi cox of llarland, Klder H H. N. Oook of WilUrd, Klder IJuayle of H l'erry. Klder I'. 0. Chrlstcnscn of Kl H wood, Klder Thaddcti VMrIiI of liar. HJ per and 1'atrlarch Wrn. L Watkins. H PmMtDt ONeii N. Stohl read an Inter i - t In-- letter from Klder II. L. Steed, who H In on mission in Africa. H Sati-hdav 2 r. m H The follow ing were the speakers at the H afternoan MMiM Saturday: President H W. ('. Moraley, Kld...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 September 1908

B Sl The Garland Globe Published Every Saturday at yjk GARLAND .... UTAH .js' Terms of Subscription: 4. . Ono year (In advance) $1.60 sjiV. Six monthB 75 4:- Throe months 60 fe Advertising rates furnished on nppll t ' v eatlon. 1 , J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I VENEZUELA NOTE I IS MADE PUBLIC H Relations Between The Netherlands H and South American Republic H Becoming Strained. H Caatro Feds That aa Reparation for M Offense His Not B-en Made, H Friendly Relatlona Between M Two Countries la Im- H The Hague M. He Reus, the for- M tner mlnlstei of The Netherlands to M Venezuela. nrriVed hero Tuesday after- M RON from tin- West IndleH and went M at once to the foreign ofllce to report H roiin ruing the difficulty hetwecn his H r"' ' ' nnn ill and President Castro. M . Tin' Netherlands government on Tuos M clay received an iiiniir.el.-il eopy of the H second note sent to It In Foreign Mln- m later I "nil ! of Venezuela In eonneetlon H villi llie difficulty. Ita general tenor M docs no...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 September 1908

iaawaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBWeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat III De V lV& Satan Will Educate 3 , Children If Par- I iCnOOl ents Don't ., . L By ANTHONY COM.STOCK. Secretary Society tor Suppraaaloa of Vlca. r If parent" don't educate their chililren the devil j J t will, Tlic father, the mother, must keep the eonfi s' V denec of the child. The parent must know every thought of the little one; evervtliim: that happens to U -5jf g JL it during the day. The. mind of a cliilil is a chamber Hj (J Kj of imagery. We can decorate it in any way we will liSliam we" "r '""" J11"1 "" " room is decorated. JB jKL "" wc ''" ""' decorate ii with the right thoiighlD -M and idea the devil will decorate it with the other p'lllv'Mllifirl kind, and I personally believe there is a devil, as 1 Ullll JH I J believe there is a Hod. Vnd we don't know where aGSUilltWiBUlllUJL the danger will strike lirst. CSSJ3S553 The character of our children in the foundation of the future prosperity of the nation. The inte...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 September 1908

Wljflt The Garland Globe ftnp?)E Publtehett Every Saturday at 5!&V OAKLAND - UTAK, ' TelV Tarma of Subaorlptlonl kwli.jfc. On year (In adTance) fl.60 A fit j montha 76 Xjfcl Three months 60 L!&V Adrartlalnc rataa furnished on Af lv3J pHoatlon. ' . J lOntered a second clam matte it -j February 17, 1808, at (he poatofflre at ItaaaM Garland, Utah, under the Act of Oon. gMHjHf greai of Mareh 8, 1879 .TflHH i. A. Wlxem Editor and Manager SJBf O. J L. TIME TAIILE HB PuHnpr No. S2 I'afteenrer Na 81 H -munil H'H'NII north BOUND B Ct Malad 7 30 am Lv Drlsham 6:10 p m H C.T Garland 8.42 am Lt Corlnns 6:20 pm H tT Tremont S 47 am Lt Trcmoni 6:4S p m H Ir Corlnne 9:17 am Lt Garland t:C0 p m B Ar Brtcham 40 am Ar Malad R10 p m H Connect with Cecna Connecta with Cache H Valley train No. 12 for Velley train No 11 frura M Ogden and Salt Lake Oa-clcn and Salt Laaa. H MIX! I) TRAIN H North I "iu in I. H Leaves Oden 8:20 b, m. H Hi if'li.im . . ..9:55 a. m. H Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. H Tremont...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 September 1908

j IN THE LIMELIGHT J "democratic CAMPAIGN CHIEF Norman K. Mack of HufTalo, recently selected C35 as chairman of the Democratic national eommlt- iSlssV '''" '"'''"pi' a most unique position He was I ' NxSvfi practically the only Hryan Democrat In the dele- J StSSKL Ration from IiIk state to the Denver convention M JrS &8 It It also noteworthy If one recollpcta that In r?v , 2$? wjS I each of the previous two Hryan campaigns for i!m v "WH ''"' Pr"!'dency N1' Mack flocked by himself as lWK VlVr a Bryan man. The first time It happened Mr. (4bh ,.v VT Mock started out with the anils, and that lined "Y -- v .jj'.i him up with such men an David B. Hill, William V ""'"iiA. ' Whitney, Bourke Cockrnu. the late Oov. ''W 4?fA "Billy" Russell of Massachusetts, W. F Vilas AJ MWftfflEjX of Wisconsin and men like thai Rather than 3tf'V rvflSr??? ""' '"' "regular," however, he accepted the sfa' - ' '''"'Mnffl'ZXA dictum of his party convention and made the best of It He was with Bryan throughout...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 September 1908

I Habitual w (Vmstipution !- j lay boncrmanctilly ocromcryprovr &rV ! personal efforts with trie aW.tStancc ', toflnocwry truly tnK,iciol Wo live tsSB tcmecjy, oyrun oj rii: o.nd lUnir ojNcmw, k?r JWrWh MtMl one lo form regular VjOl Komts el oily So llinf assistance fq im- $T&S lure may oe gradually dspcnseqwitn. !V7(fl wHen wo longer nrectrr) t$ tnc nest of ;'y Jfc rewelics,wfci rrauirrri, atcto assist ." rvrtim i. in) not to ftupjJant tnc mlm . J S nl funition, vtt'tcn must Jcpenr) ulti- gro ftiatcfy upon proper nouri.-Jimont, fcoR prcpfrcfforU.anH rtflJit linn cnrral(y. H lojVtils bpk.efit'iol '(jt' IS, lwi H I i - ike genuine B Syru)fFigsElixirf Senna California M Fio Syrup Co. inly H SOLD BY ALL LEADINC DRUGGISTS H tiicvi' only, regular puce 504 v H" l H MUCH UP AGAINST IT. H Old Lady's Description of Ills Some H what Confusing. H Mrs. Ktioiln I Inline N'lclmlH, I ho ;ii H tint who spends ihc mimmer at Clou H renter. Mass., where Hhe leaches a H nilllK'IIIIIH Sketch I'l...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 September 1908

so - - Thin vrnnnn Bays tliat nick Women 8lioiilt not full to try JLydla K. l'liikliam's Vcj;ctaMe t !oni i"l (i8 she nl. Mrs. A. Crcgorv, of 2:155 LftWIWMM St., Denver, CoL, writes to Mrs. Pinkluun : "I was practically an invalid for nix fears, on account of female troubles. underwent an operation by the doctor's advice, lint in a few months I was worse than before. A friend ad vised Lydia E. Pinldiam's Vegetable Compound and it restored DM to parted! health, such as I have not enjoyed in many years. Any woman sufTerintf as I did with backache, bearing-down pnins. and periodic paluN.should not fail to use Lydia K. Pinkhuni's Vegetable Compound." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty yearn Lydia K I'ink liam's Vegetable CoiniHiuiul, made from roots and herbs, has MSB the standard remedy for female ills, and has posit ively cured thousands! f women who have lieen troubled with displacements, inrlammat ion, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, . periodic pains, backache, that bear ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 September 1908

H THE OAKLAND GLOBE , " mm THE GARLAND GLOBE M$ INDKI'KNPKNT. tfMj .T.A.Wivim, . Ktlltot slid Mmrr. jta Telephone No 52 Red ImW IFurmrrlr Wytl' Butcher Shop.) ETft Kntrnsl as wwtHl -! mailer February 17. aSSS tor,, m thf pnat nfSr.- at Oarlan.1. Utah, unrlar STt th Ail nf Sonar, .,- of March 3, WW. 2 SBlMfflhSIS WaW fall " receive their Y" pUBtn rrifitliirlj , please notify this office ?VA Saiurda), Sept. 5, 191 B gj ITEMS OF INTEREST. H BLANK NOTES -l -hI.' rpM iiii I'tiiii'. 10b put tinxrii jR Joseph Jensen wiii triitisiit'linu business IPM lii tin- county mil Wednesday R I. A. N'onhpiist Hinl (,' K Wilson re- H itirtiril MotNU) fniin a nip in Ogdcn, PPJ WINES ssd Mouon (it Medicinal PPJ pnrmcs at Kllrr Bros ilrni; Store, tf PPJ Wr carry it complete Him ol burial PPJ caskets. 'I'riitioni Furniture (. 11 PPJ ,1. I,. Nilmrt rvturni (I Tuesday from a PPJ it trip to atarwj mill Twin Falls, Idaho, H 1 earn it complete Hue of linrinl lll Caskets. Trillion! I'lll Illllirc Co. It PH Frank...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 September 1908

lEiiPi TTIIir PARI AWFi PI flRIT "niiM,fi; H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY H j Vol. 3. No. 32. Published at Garlond, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 12, 1905 H Republican County Conven-1 tion. The Republican county convention lirld in Brlghan City tart Saturday, Sept. Oth, al 11 ft, iii. Mini 2 p. in., for the purpose of 1 1 .i ti i i 1 1 jr twenty live dele filet to the Bute convention mi Sail Lake City, Sept. 15th, and also tot m. li -ei ini; tlie me number of delegates uml alternates to attend tlie .Judicial couvcii tlon at Logan Sept. 12th, inn well at tended and considerable lotereet mani fested. County Chairinan A. VV. VhIcii tinu eallcd the convention to older and named F. W. Flshhtirn as temporary chairman and Charles McClnrc M lem lairary secretary. Mr. Fiahhurii look the floor and made a lining apeeeh. thanking thu conveulioii for the hoimr conferred upon him. The call was read by the secretary and thu temporary or ganizaliuii made permanent. Th...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 September 1908

BR iw The Garland Globe C'yf Published Every Saturday it JX GARLAND .... UTAH op) , Term of Subscription: X . , One yrar (In advance) II. BO Ktf Bix months 75 SJVI Three months 60 'Wt Advertising rates furnished on nppll- c&4 cation. tTj J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager (.V FROZEN TEA NEW DAINTY. KJg Introduced at Washington by Wife of &H3 Chinese Minister. LS Frozen ten Is ninoiiK the delicacies jH Of the season, ii ml Is regarded ns (In H lli'litlul The ;n Mine u wife (if H the Chinese diplomat mid nit, serves pB It is Interesting The tea is made as pH .1 1 r 1 1 1 1 us it nn empress ra to Im- H hllie It SsB Freshly boiled water Is poured on B (lie leaves and Is permitted 10 Stet I M for exactly six minutes, when It Is M ponied into an lee cold mold and ut M Into lie freezer. M Killen tea is served with one table- B spoonful of froien unflavored cream H anil one of lemon lee mi the regular M froien-dalnt) saucer, it is the com m ing i(i nnd already is growing in M Anothei fr...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 September 1908

- WJH li -r j lsSlWsnnWBBaSsBniSnBBBnBBBI'Si 1116 lCtiC State's Responsi- jK bility Toward the ivilll Unemployed Man By CII4RIKS F. GFTTEMY. Chlrf of Ihe bureau of Si.ll-.llc of Labor. -- HKl'HKB organised societj in morally tatpoattUi for the yJ maintenance of the unemployed depends not merely on how 0 mmm (nr '""' is "il'in.ir to go in setting up new responsibilities for I f j lllp s''"''. I"'t on wnether the state, us nob, slioul.1 ho called wt upon to perform any puivlv ethical fanctiona at all. It is, 9 ;fl ! l'"1- "Hon tlifuViill in lliese linns to ililTcrcntintc between J '. purely moral and MODotnic responsibilities, and it will be gnu &k erally conoeded that the profreai of the rare toward a oojb J P"ta dminiftratioO of ncial justice is to he measured by the rapidity with which economic conditions and statutory laws are brought up to a level with ethical ideals. The state, in many instances, has already long since assumed the rcsponsil.ilii j and whether primarily for e...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 September 1908

SPgi The Garland Globe S k ?3i Published Evtry Saturday at jjAy tJARLAND . UTAH. Jsjejj.' Tarme of Subaerlptlonl A l.Sj '"" (,n advance) 11.88 Aj5 Six months 78 319 Threo montha BO HlfV Advertising rates furnlehed on as- ! f-3 aHcatloo. ,' '" ,y . Hmtersd a eecond-elaaa mattes . i . February 17. 1906. at the poatofflre at ySK-i-vi Oarlaod, Utah, under the Art of Con- HBgrjl great of Maroh S, 1879 HH i. A. WlKOm Editor and Manage L?bH i. i mM jflB O. .S L. TIME TABLE BHflj Fumhit No 32 I'UMnatir No. II BBl BOI'TII BOCNn - NORTH BOUND HB XT Malad 7:30 m I.v Brig-ham t 10 p m BBa 1 Garland 1 42 id L CorlnnB IMpn BB t Tramont .47 ni I.v Tramont 6:45 p m BBb (it Corinn 17 in Lt Garland (:60 pm BBJ Ar Brllham 1 40 am Ar Malail 1:10 p m BBb Connarta with Carha Connacta with Cacha BBfl Vallay train No 12 for Vall.-y train No 11 fmro BBsf Oadan and Halt LSBS, Of. Ian ami Salt MM M MIXED TRAIN. B North Hound. B Leaves Ofjtlen 8:20 b, m. 1 H Brijrham.. ..9:55 a. m. H Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. M...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 September 1908

I airine ami '. nlnrP or "'st4 ""J,,,,,, , . u,.m. Insertion, . ,wutpd." you ins we . moll , .M, wW3Grwii?&'4&.mmW!&$K''!iimf w'llaiitWil n7t1onBse&sBwaBMSsBsBDsSMseses ' 'BfTvVi ' ' . GLOBE SUPPLEMENT, garland, utah sat sept 12 100a S MBWMBBBWWBWWBWHBBMMBMWWWMBBBMWWMMWWBI VOL 3 NO 32 DEWEY VILLE. Friday evening, September 4 1 li . the Primary association gave a m. pleasant ni-il iii the ward hull lee cream was disposed of in nine fund for the sssocia I linn A prlr.c was offered for the heal wait ling couple. J-n-ii-" Orrae of lloneyvllle and Miss .tllla Dcwe) were ii wind id tin prize Monday evening the association gave h part) to the I r f mary children and served Ice cntam to nil preacnl . Tuesday evening the V l. M I A. held commencement exercises aud nerved lee cream m all. The Relief Society was Invited and in excellent program was 1r tilled nnt Miss Male Burbank nf WVstnn, Idaho, who tins heeti visit Ini! relatives here, re turned home Monday ' Threshing la ab...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 September 1908

Illi'd as he waB on the Cnl., who have, been always more Of I I I IB his home In Omalia. m hostile to the whites' occupancy j sL-I-.. VUZ I !-... J Pi - 1 sin ;oh: 's ic y ' ffl 'i in H of H fllD :H i i.c H i io M at J d l ! I 9 Of 'J .1' 1 ami mmt BOI H iii am H a I H r ' IB ma jMJJ 1 ( H a hi Hh 9H i, n IwP nki 1 ' nl WS 13 sh i- B nlgl fl ik M iho HH a i da HB flfl )ui pi Bl H in i flaj of H inin Hj i in ' 1 1 n i BvM i. j i32 GLOBE SUPPLEMENT, garland, utah sat sept 12 190a mmmmmimmmm!miimmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmu VOL 3 nlvj JZ LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Miss Mary ttrover whx a Salt Lake visitol Tllll im1h It. hiI the UK) PIANO OFFF.H mi I'HL'C 8 af l liU insiin Mi- lliiilii Nordqulst Mini children re tented Thursday night fmn en extended i--i with relatives in Ogden Mi mill Mrs A Miller hiiiI Mi nil. I Mrs Fred liuilll) of Syracuse, spent HiIh weed with Mr hikI Mrs F I. Walker of Fast 'llllllllll The MIssch Maggie Young nf Perry and Maggie Hunter ol Hall Lake, were guesta of Miso Magitic ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 September 1908

MUST HAVE PANELS NECESSARY ELABORATION OF THE "FROCK." j Decree of Fashion That Is Expensive and Troublesome But Really Gives Them a Charm ing Effect. Have you ever noticed that It Is a "frock" In summer and a "gown" in winter? To thf feminine mind, the dlstlnc . tlon Is not o subtle as It appears In type, for "frock" suggests simplicity, airiness and youth, while "gown' hints nt dignity, richness and more or less elaboration. Certainly the summer frock of 190S Is airy and youthful, but. alns, not simple, and no one feature contributes more to its elaboration than a panel A panel can never be simple, and II generally Involves trimming within Its bordets and as an outline. In the up toil, lie lingerie frock the panel Is absolutely essential. Quite . GOOD HOT WEATHER COLLAR. New Design Is a Rival to the Low m Puritan Style. Since the hot weather began there has eonie out a very pretty rival to the low I'm it tin collar It Is either at tached to the shirtwaist or, better still, buttone...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 September 1908

Bay 9mmmmmtmam'f'f I ALL I HALLOWS I COLLEGE SALT LAKE CITY. Boarding and Day School V for Boyi. pyj ChMM brin Wrdnriday, Sfptrmbrr 9. j&fl Claiiiial, Scirntific anil tommrrcial 9 nunc.. Special department for lit JB tlr lni. under the care of a trair.ed Hk teacher, fir terma and information, H apply H Very Rev. J. J. Guinan, S. M., B President. H We !! the beat brands of plated L tabla ware mado In the world. L More silver, better patterns and L the longest guarantees. L Prices as low as the cheap stuff. m & , rt'yMBpMAlN ST. SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH M ARE MASTERS OF EVASIVENESS. H Bedouin's Answer Typicil of the Peo H pie of the East. H In tt' f.ii i.i t. when men oon rse H togethpl Mil evasion Ik i . 1 1 1 . 1 1 to mi H roriwei Killing down to Egypt over H ttir old caravan route from Jerusalem H to Cairo. Nininnii Duncan ami a pari: H pltt hed tin h i nis outalda a Bedouin H village si i in so doing often I H against tlf lawi of noapttalltj which H the people so rellglousl) m...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 September 1908

1 CARRIED GESTURE TOO FAR. Boy's Action Possibly Appropriate, I But Somewhat Unnecessary. ft Vivian HtiriiPtt, thp orlKlnal of the till rpinenilTtl Little Lord Fanntle roy, at th ClilrnRo convention tils russcil with h reporter a certain party mamuver. "They went too far there,'' said Mr. Burnett. "Tiny ninth' tlii'inselves ridiculous hy their MMM, Do you kno what they reminded me of? Th"y r'tnl tided me of a Juvenile elo cutionist my mother often tells almut j "This lad. ut a school treat, got ui d to recite the first piece of his life. He was ambitious; he wished to make a great lUCCm of his piece; and he had been told by his teacher that the se cret of elocution was (he Rest lire for every phrase Its fitting gesture. "The opening line of the boy's de tection was The comet lifts Its tall of Are.' "The overzealous boy, to fit ltspiop. er cMuie to this line, lifted up the tall of his coat and held It out In a horizontal position." Heard in a Restaurant. I.uncher Is this meant to be ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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