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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 December 1908

BSnBlV - i. - .- IIWMWMMMilMWMiMMMiiMliMMIiMMMMMMMMWIilMMIBMMW - P The Garland Globe ggtC Published Every Saturday at VP OARLANO .... UTAH SpJIS Terma of Subscription: IS, J' On yenr (In advance) fl.60 fKA BlT months 7B JtW,, Throe months 60 SVtv Advertising ratea furnished on appll- j J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager t"" FOR THE KICKING HORSE LuSAjJlA !Na Method of Placing Pole Between the IBP Stalls. 5S A plan fen- securely fastening a Klo Mjy' between two kif kiiiK lenses In n hIbII Slf Is shown in 111'' HrronipHii Ins: lllustra mH lion A Is a horseshoe whlrh la spiked fcvjS to thp center of the manger, ilnnu: l, 9hB whlrh the top end of thp pole Is Bfl slipped II. a rod four inches Ioiik. Ih H driven Into the other end of the pole. B Into tin' hook a Ioiik link of a chain. ! ") r b H Attaching Pole Between Kicking H C. liiniM lie placed ami the hook H pound) d close to prevent the link from H slipping out. I) la a Htnall clevis and H pin whlrh Ih hooked through the link B aiwl pla...

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. — 26 December 1908

HaOe you done the tight thing for Christmas? a. If you have forgotten anybody, a good piece of L Jewelry, or Silver, or a Watch would till the bill. f "and we can do it quicker and better than anyone. If too late to write, telegraph. X ESTABLISH ED r. uiiBrMAiN ST. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. ilCALIFORNIA! i ii i 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 i 1 1 Sunshine, Fruit and Floxtfers within L'4 hours of your very loor. It's tlio pluce for rest anil MM- j tion, health unil pleasure. Fishinir, (ioUlng-, Atitomobilinjr, Yachting- J i ami other out door sports may lie indulged in every day in the winter, i i Fifty Dollars Round Trip i is the fure and tickets are good six months for return. Ask the HALT i i LAKK ROUTE man to tell you how you can goto Southern California ' ' i and return via San Francisco at u slight additional cost and stop over i most an v where. i i i i i I Information and tickets, 169 So. Main St., Salt Lake II i NORMAL THEORY IS DISPROVED. Quite Prepotteroui In the Light of Present-Day Extremis...

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. — 26 December 1908

r&fl 1 I MRS. DARCY AND I THE DOCTORS 5t- Mn. Darcy wbh rich. cjjtkf Sh whs voiy rlrli Indeed. jS In fart, she ffll ho rich lhat It mndo CJW her sick. Tis- She suffered from fatty degenera x" tlon of the bank account. "'. ) She had been everywhere; ahe had 1 aeen everythltiR; she had done every thing. There was nowhere she couldn't go; there was nothing she couldn't have; there was nothing she conldn t do ex cept be happy. It bOTtd her to ride, and to drive; It bored her tn stand up, and It bored her to sit down. It bored her to eat, and to drink, and to sleep So she sent for the doctor Dr. Black. lie Hiivc lli'l pills She mill mew worse So she sent for I third doctor Dr, White Dr. White was a modern doctor, a very modern doctor, an ultramodern doctor. 'What Ih the trouble with yon?'' said Dr. Whip' "Kvei vlblng' ' said Mrs Darcy. "You have a beautiful home," said Dr. White I am tired of it," said Mrs. Darcy "You have beautiful Jewels," said Dr. White "I am tired of them." said ...

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. — 26 December 1908

mr cstm ed urn lx0 tMBJu Q TTTY f I SV I.I. know that (he 1 1 M I P- , WV- iK ill A.1 I'llliW I V I " J - 1 nr .tory of the birth 1 1 MOHMw R WVUmM V I I 19 I lla 71 IVC Q (Y vmGN, nvjojvr jduj jwd jr cjohk. 0o ffl '& mM W$Mr9 ITUk'S 3STbM lulv In the world has been Illustrated by so muny famous artists. It la easy to see MUM of (he reasons which have made It a fnvoiite subject. First, there la the religious interest which centers in the entrance of the Divine Saviour Into the world. Such an eenl, for all who be lieve In the Christian religion, mui-t hafe a profound significance. It is the sunrise of faith, the beginning of a new spiritual world, the laying of the cornerstone of the kingdom of heaven on earth. Kven If the artist himself were not sure of this, did not altogether be lleve It, he would know that other people be lieved It; and by the imagination he could see what a supreme Importance wan kIvcii by the faith of Christendom to the brief and simple stoi) of the birth a...

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. — 26 December 1908

Bl i, ' yfJok- v jl'- -IV ttiMssaasaasssaswayiffirV rlljl! Ul:r VJvS If i if STcfaWI. 1WT?f Hf I SmIIi Bh liWWKwRWFBfiokhij 5bJ am JHP1 mvJft J&ZZr'y -vA'vC-foliyjo5B Jfe . 91 2 J I BBl 1 I'" AN Ainorlcnn, who IllUll licit BCI'll nilli'll cil the world, should awake on CIii'IhI iiiiis BBl Mioni while ii German. B A- French, Ktigllsh. HiiI- H tJv ''"' Bwlsi Danish BBl fe&k Chilslnins celebration BBl jnMKJawJk BBi lij Ka jj BBl (3l aJS '"'' '"'"" '"' Kjjaw' confines (if a BBl ;3 Inline for Die mentally BBl J Incompetent B BBBimUBan '''"' American Christ- BBn mas Is a mailer of fart B fMtvo oeeiiHlon People hagtn Iiiiv- ine, presents n week baton; tbaj pre Heut Iheni Tin isl iiiiis Diornlai anil Hie next day leliirn lo work, the enllrti BBl llffnlr foinollcn until 111.' following BBl bring! the season around aualn H Not ho In the eoiiuliles MfOM thu M water They ohseive eveij liaditlon M III the moili'-i lands, the plan for M weeks anil the festivities which mark M the Idith of...

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. — 26 December 1908

-- swasBwvaH NOT THK THROB OF LOVE. Dear One's Reminiscence Seemed Somehow to Lack Romance. They sat on the sofa. They had Juat come to a mutual understanding. and he had measured her tinner for the engagement ring, and they were J In the flrat throes of tender remlnla- cence. T "You do not rememher," he said. In a trembling voice, "you do not re member when you first saw met" "Yea, I do." "Did any thrill or throb tell your heart thla happy moment would come? No; that could not ba pected." "Yes, something did seem to whig per that we might become man and wife." "My darling." And he kissed her fondly. "Yes; I remember I saw you from the window leaving the house, and I thought you wore bandy legged, and 1 thought how awful It would be to marry a handy legged man. but It wan only the glass In the window that waa uneven and made you look so." ECZEMA ALL OVER HIM. No Night's Rest for a Year and Limit of His Endurance Seemed Near Owes Recovery to Cuticura. "My son Clyde was almost com ple...

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. — 26 December 1908

THE GARLAND GLOBE I H I 9 THE GARLAND GLOBE &3 INDEPENDENT. &W J. A. Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. SB Telephone No 52 Red fij (Furmarly Wyatt'a Hutrhar 8hnp.) 'm& Entered u aacondclaaa matter February 17, k3SB 1908. al the port office at (iarlaml. Utah, under the Act at Coturraaa of March 8. 1879. fm BufeMllbtn who fiiil to receive turlr VVP paper regularly , please notify t liin olfln- " Saturday, Dec. 26, 1908. U ITEMS OF INTEREST. H Moslati KvnnH nindo a business PJB trip to Ogilen Tuosday. H On 11 Smith has secured a posit Ion H at Illtcr Hros Drug store. H Mi and Mrs. D. II. Foulfcer spent H C'lirlsinias with relntlves In Ogd.n. PH Mr. and Mrs. Durdett Smith left B Monday to spend tho holidays In Og H H The lrlck work of Jensen Hros. H new bUalneM block is going up In M FOR SAI.lv l-ltiiniii House with H pantry and closet. Inquire at Tho H Poolfer Company, tr H Mr. and Mrs. Kpli. Coombs rcturn- H ed BundK) e ruing frum a visit to H the stale Capital. H Early Sunday mo...

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. — 2 January 1909

H I 3eTHE GARLAND GLOBEhe I H B H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY M I Vot- - No t5" Published at U.rmml, Utah. Sfurdir;, Ion. 2, lfl09 I Ki 4 BUILDING OPERATIONS IN GAR- LAND FOR YEAR 1908. H Not man ' ItlMBl In tin1 state of H Otan have mada the raoord in buHd- H Ing, OMTItiOBI and Improvements H that tlic llitl,' luiiK of Ql land has H made during thi year 1909, Thp iiiB town lias grown In size and Incraaaad !ln population at a rccord-brcnklnK rate anil mam Improvements nnd new bualnaaa blocki art looked for within the next ftW months. ijaaa pj Following are the most Important H improvements thai have hern made H and no doubt we have overlooked H of them: B The Utah-Idaho Sugar Co., tins B greatly Improved the beet sheds and H coal damping grounda, Iuih added a H fine oftli e apartUMBl to the office WM building, built three large syrup H storage tanks and Improved the silo H nnd surroundings besides making H many Improvements In the interior H o...

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. — 2 January 1909

LfaLB , M ' B The Gf find Globe Km Published Every Saturday at jBk GARLAND .... UTAH Hj Terms of Subscription: !5!5j "ne 5rPnr l,n advance) $1.60 Jfc Six months 75 EB Throe months SO WM Advertising rates furnished on uppll 90 cation. SV J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager Kb - ? I FINE MANSION IS I DOCTORS PRISON M PHYSICIAN FORBIDDEN TO LEAVE M RICH PATIENT BY BROTHER M OF LATTER. I CHARGES BY HOUR FOR STAY HJ Starts Suit for 98,960, Which Price He Hfl Claims Was Agreed Upon for "Un- Hj usual Detention" Defendant jH Married Heiress. H San Francisco - From the lonely con H fiii' of the famous " Konoyah" estate In H Lake county, where dwells wealthy H MIIoh Mltrov Gopcevlc, the millionaire, Hfl M "",' time a blue clad, hard -working H grlpman on the Sacramento street H cable line, comes the story of a moat H n i! n ii. il happening an occurrence H which mn he aired soon In the courts HJ f San Francisco, with Dr. Walter Ii H Fearn. a well known Lake county phy H alclan. and (iopccvlc an th...

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. — 2 January 1909

-.2' " 3H1IMk. "' to awilhl 2rM9rvF to ik 3B Tlrft 'jdHk. " I THE FGHT WASAOUMOME VEiSPBAT THAN ZVrtLs r ,.u year' eve, 1704, Lord lohn .angles n - qy 1tsfllLyil J ' '"""' " -3QttKvvfe7' w walked Into Dcrlval'n Inn. on a little Btreel ' Tfrffly-y -tZfitlir At tin' nulling of a Marty corner he almoHt ran I f Into a carriage hulte because of a break In I lie hat I , 2 which luatj fellowH were endeavoring lo "jffiVf"ijJAUt3 ' - -t- - SSi 'Sttuni'S wuiirs." ' SWa IPE5? vr mb?S!waj they had zisen Of II fell athwart the carriage, bringing Into view three fV YOUTH, CJLOsStLK THAN J&OTrtXKS persons: an elderly man and woman, and a young and dazzling creature, I.ady Mary Coiirtenay He bowed. "I.ady," be Bald, softly, "'tis in the maltor of a klsR." Again she Htarted. The elderly man in the carriage cilcd out angrily and at Kiniii.il to rise, but Langley. springing on the step, shoved blm hack inlo the neat. I.ady Courtouuv screamed. and the fellows who bad been mending the harness ran to...

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. — 2 January 1909

i nil statu i : va s JCgL The Ofitnli ns( (I mi I U haStOrlaS at UKtX iRnn ii'wi Richmond produced 1 7 r. njpr 000 (MM In taW lust vcar. "tit, Forty wiiiir; iik'M of Kplirnlm lnut QV week di'rldcil to join i tn- state mi 11 1 la & end will DTObAbl) be rniistrrt'd In dur k Ing the ri it vjs aixleen Initilrm from ('heater In Oti iult'.i In -i little in I lii t : i in-, on njaj Chrlatmab dny. klllliiK Wt IWIllW in S' Iwo hours' shooting. J The W'ooilni'ii of the World of Of . ' I, den brought ii nirload of rout and iIIh -" trlbuted It among tin- is'i t Iiik poor j M; of that elty )at witU UM Flen Foreman, who enciipid from SEff the Park City Jail on Um night of lx- 'iMft ember 12. while HiTvIng a Hentenee qH for burglary, nan bcin rrrnplured. WPjj (lien Sharer, an Ogden boy, wa. VS kicked In the fare by a burs.' lasi 3B i l and badly Injured. Il bring DjfjH feared at flrxt he would not recover H l'it:v oonptaiatl har liii'ii flb'd In JH the JnatlceH' courta In Salt l,aki- City JH b...

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. — 2 January 1909

AROUND THE HOUSE GENERAL MATTERS OF INTEREST IN THE HOME. P Arabian System of Making Coffee Ha Much to Commend It Good Cement for Mending of Broken China. Arabliin Coffee The Arabian- plan of making coffee is to boil the grounds from one mini for about an hour and I . a ''"If. lo strain , aiul to use the I, iuld iait boiling hoi next dav llv ,n' method, the small amount or nour ishment which coffee contains is ex tracted ami the flavor of the coffee is Improved. Paper Bags Never store food for any length or time In paper bags. The paper Of such bans is manufactured from coarse ami dirty rags, which are, however, to some extent cleansed and sterilized during manufacture, but the paste with which the bags are stuck is of the coarsest description, and the tnanul'aciuie or the hags is not always carried on amid the most snnl tary conditions. Good Una or earthen ware or glass Jars with well-fitting lids answer the purpose best. Broken Chins An excellent cement for broken china can be mad...

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. — 2 January 1909

LMIS fc BR - ", Ighivuiug the 3)ciu gaf ff With reverent lirart we turn anew (y i An untouched page of time. t ' Mi Jfflgg? 'Tis ours to fill with noble deeds OjW Or stain with sin and crime; S Then ere we mar its surface pure gL Ere we bein anew, ' , Jy" 'Tis well that o'er our last year's work jic 0? We take a short review )L , Alas! we scan through tears the page MJaWl We meant should be so fair jMr$ The blotted pap.e where records live ?3M Of hope and toil and care; XL'tS ne l,nRe 'iat cnc's ne finished year -. f 'CfctwS Of loss unci pain and strife, 5 Of love and home's sweet happiness, Jl And peace that blesses life. 30r So much there is of pleasantness tu Our record has to tell ft And so much done unworthily II We might have done so well! M Though mental retrospection shows W That chine exceeds the shade; I Too late we would erase the blots 8 Of past mistakes we made. mmad ' Then turn the new leaf. Look not back ("' j To grieve o'er loss and pain, ---!. But view the future's ...

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. — 2 January 1909

S!RlALi$ Mr. Barnes, American Archibald Clawing Gutter A Sequel to Mr. Barnes of New York 0 Author of "Mr. Barnes of New Yea." "Mr. Potior of Ttui," "That Frenchman." Etc V J ! i i.i iun. Dodd i- i.i i ... n r. SYNOPSIS. Itnrtnn II. liiirnes. n wealthy American i touring I'oislca. rescues (he youiiK Knu llali llcutcniint, IMwiinl Qeniril Anstniili Of, ami Mh fnrslcan hrll. Marina, tliiiiKhtcr ,,f tu. Volte, fnim UM mur derous vendetta, understanding that IiIk j reward la to I., ilio hanil if th Klrl he levns. Knld Anstrutlicr. sister of the Baft llsh lieutenant The four fly from AJae CM tn Marseilles on hoard the l-'remh ' steamer tVinstiintlne. The vciidi tta pur- I kii'b and as the iiartet arc about to ! Board the train for London at atanalflea, Marina Is luiml.-.l a mysterious note which i.iiiM.-M her to rollapae anil necessi tates a iiimlponement of the Journey Harms got! iart of the mysterious note anil receives letter which Inform him that he i tnarkeil l, the vendetta. He ep ...

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. — 2 January 1909

H THE GARLAND GLOBE EOT the garland GLOBS KS INDEPENDENT. ftjaj J. A. Wixom, . . Editor and Mncr. J&k Telephone No 52 Red fyE (Fnrmorly Wyslt's Butcher Hhop.) rAl- Enlrnil M ,mil-cliuui mnltiT Ki'luniary 17. nffl?1 190B, hi the .iiMt aBft at iHrlnil. llali. under sJJIK the Act of CongntM of March 3. 187U. -"! SiiIisi rllifrs who full I" rni'lii! Ilirlr If pupil- ragvtati) , pleaaa notify thtsoffloa. TT Saturday, Jan. 2, 1909. lalaaaTirf mmmmmmm"'m'm K n EMS OF INTEREST. jJJ A. I. (iiover pour tlio fore purl of I Oils iraafc in I'm mlagtoa, MM w. .1. Kifr ipaai iin 1 pari of jaHI tiiiH w.i'k in Miirsii Valla?, Qfl (1.1 ,ir Mill 1 i mu traaaaetlng but. Hj ncHH in ii"' county saat Monday, H Mr. nnil Mrs. I.iiwrciioe B. Smith H aponl fin -1st 111:1s with relatives in H Unci Rom loft Thursday to spend M a few dayi wiih relatlvoa and friends M in 'iniiiKlon. H 'rile dm 1. mil miiiiik Co., banted 1 H in. 11 not ealandai to thalt trlandi m and ovatomora. H ii. .1. Brtdenbecker of Ogdea ...

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. — 9 January 1909

11 1 ItJL uAKLAliJLJ uLUDL - DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY B . . .. . , . 9 Vol. 3. No. 49. Published at liorlond, Utah. Saturday, Jan. 9, 1909 IB MARRIED IN SALT LAKE Miss Nntelln Hnrnnrd of this city nnd Mr. Andrew L. Jensen of Brlg hnni were united In marriage at Salt Lake City Wednesday of this week. Miss Barnard Is one of Garland's popular voting ladles, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Osro Bnrnard. Is well and favorably known and has mutiy friends both In Garland and In Brlgham City. Mr. Jensen, better known as "An dy"! is a popular young man and is Well known and highly respected everywhere. lie Is famous as a base ball pitcher and by his excellent work In the box last season, Garland's sturdy nine won the Htate nmateur championship sliver cup. A wedding reception will be tend ered the young couple at the home of the bride's parents this afternoon. They will make lirlgliam their home. Congratulations. JUVENILE COURT. ( From Box Elder News. )...

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. — 9 January 1909

s aaaanaanaaanaennaaaaaam mV The Ga??and Globe Published Every Saturday at GARLAND .... UTAH Terms of Subscription: One year (Id advance) $1 fn Six months 78 Three months 50 I Advertising rates furnished on appll ention. J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager UTAH STATE NEWS Flirt sugar produced In I'lah anil idnho in i mis win approximats 180. 000,000 poundi Rcglnnln wllli KM BOW year. OfdM (iiJiivh the distinction Of owning Iht own waterworks System, The Italians throughout the state nre railing funds to aid their Kt rirK.ii countrymen in southern Italy, Purlng i!tus the state board r edu cation granted nearly 200 state eer tlBeatea and diploma to teacher The state i.enmie or Munlclpalltlei cf Utah, in conyentlon at Pro t, adopted resolutlona favoring local op Hon. The date for the neat annual o. A. it encampment, which will be held in salt Lake City, has barn set for August !i to 13 Inclusive There seems In 1 inilcli Interest manifested In tha good roads con vintloti which Is to he bald ...

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. — 9 January 1909

Mr. Barnes, American Br Archibald Clavering Guntcr A Sequel to Mr. Barnes of New York m Author of "Mr. Barnes of New York." "Mr. Potter of Temas," "That Frenchman," Etc. I 4 Oipy Mlit. Itf? Oudil M1.1J .1 1... N T. 8YNOP3IS. Hurton M BarteO, n wealthy American ' tourltur Corsica, fescueo the young Ran Hili lieutenant, Bdward Oarerd Anatrutb or. and Ids Coratcan bride, Marina, daughter df tin' Paella, from the rout leroui vendetta, understanding thai hie I reward la to be the hand of the rui h loves, Bnld knatrnthet I iti r of the Bag I Hah lieutenant. The rout iiy from aj.u- cin to Marseille on board tlie Kr in li ateamfr Coftetentlae, The ramWtti pur- I auea iimi iim tin' quartet are about to i board the train for London at kfaraellli ICarlna i headed ayntoriouo note arhleh causes Im ? h collapse and nc cms! lut.'i a poatponemenl of tha Journey Hnrncn nets part of tho BnyHteriuiiM note , ami recelvi jetton which inform Idm I KM tbnt ho Is inarlu'd Iiy tbe vendetta He B employe an A...

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. — 9 January 1909

I MORE TREMORS I FELT IN ITALY sraft, Violent Shock on Stromboli Island JV U Accompanied by Terrifying yt Volcanic Eruption. nkl ' House on the Island Were Badly j3bm Damaged and the People Fled to fjfS the Streets In a Panic, But p;J No One Was Hurt. X 7 Rome. A violent wirtlifjimU'1 Qfm ilini k numinu inn ! Ii soul hwettt . i r i . I KfeS east noithotist. I.i inn- thrco hitoiiiIh HH anil ilurliiK which tin Strnnlitill vol H nno lii'K"i eruption, orriirnil on H si i i.iiiIk.M Island on Sinday. .(ami H The phenomena wan nrronipanled H by prolonKed dull i iimlillni' The H film ,. h on the I' land were lnll d.n.. H cged and the populaen tied to the ppj atronts In a, panie. but no one wh pH hurt. The wrathcr 18 Intensely cold V nn Stromholi Islmnl H The Inland of Stromholi is the pH northwi Hlern of the 1 .1 pat 1. which He ppfl snout thirty mllcH off the north roa.it pH of Sicily. It Ih almoHt circular In BaH form, and on It Ih the volcnno Strom ppfl boll, which Ihih been almont per- ...

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. — 9 January 1909

H - Carlton Clarke's Zinc Case IBy FRANK LOVELL NELSON -i Romance and Mystery Entwined in Master Mind's Coup i i 1 1 i ()I)Y Found in Trunk.' I tt I began Clarke. "Hut I'll I D I skip tin- headlines. gSgBaWaaasaaBa! opt'liins U bn 111 liafirVrfl ,l' ftn uneatled-f or-f reign t 4s3aia5ass5r naif two young men resid f Inn In AuKtln were horrl fled vi'Mc-rcIay to elSSOVST the body of h man. It was hermetically seated In a alnc ( use which wan Inclosed In an ordinary round-topped trunk, which In turn wan packed In Bawdust within a pine dry goods box. Considering tha fact that the box had remained for thru' year and a half In the freight warehouae. the body was In a remarkable state of preservation, due probably to the man- I ner of parking It. There la no clue to the Identity of the body other than that It 1 waa billed to a fictitious addreaa on South Jefferson street and was shipped from alt Lake City, having bc.-n rebllled thare from km. so. Wash. "Thata (he gist of it, but, of course...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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