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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 3 April 1909

t If P&y Her Wife Entitled IT v to a Specific tier Due salary By MIME. LANDRY. rrnmlm-nl lub Woman ol IrMlr. EV KBY good wifo and mother of the home should be paid a sfMcUk salary, according (o tlip earning! of the husband. At mmammm prrHfiit tho xuni given to the housewife is ladled out to her in fcxiguoiiH driblots, and in the majority of households there is no schedule or system, and consequently no satisfaction to any concerned in i t h management. Needless to shv. the absence of system is the rock upon which domestic harmony tirst split. The main reasons why this labor should, above all others, b.i remunerated are that it is nt once very hard and distinctly productive labor, in the economic sense. In many a home, if not in all, the labor performed by the wife-mother is not leas than heroic, as a short consideration will show. She risen before her husband, prepares breakfast and gets her children ready for school. Her work really only begins when husband and children I have ...

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. — 3 April 1909

I visits wnrnj 9V ' '' J Bi Helping Your Friendt. Kg, "J see by the Press." HRld HI. Kirk Bs etts at the corner grocery, "thet th K ( U'tff" H',' 1 Hon- Horeth R ' jlJL JUgH 8p'n,, h,'z rented jf wl th' Dunham plac Jt.1 k rr'fcfl l""1 '" ""''' '' f jK( 'j3j5jjB our beautiful vll fe tf fnsnl I Ri 4 "I Klst cum frnm m r "vTimM h m e" contra- jf xlr'swjr '' ' ' ' ' '' E " h 3$j YliJrt labit Squires, "and Mrs " JBSMr Dunham told Ml afrSK t. l rndj she heel M 'SflPM rented It I th m "-v f 'iNI " '" Methodist k VarM " ll "" ' ' h " ' B i rr groaned William B Af) fff Wilson, who had 8 mf v recently moved S I . fl out from ,ne cl,y f A "and It has hi do &fi vL,Ef't" w'tn one "f ,l" H finf Ct most general mix I HRYk ' upB ' my cnao,,c Jj3 TW "You kpc," h M Iff u continued, "when 9 fl n i 1 moved out here I y had a few friend B y p who wanted to fol Si I low, not because they loved me par tlcularly, but be- Hj cause they liked HI O the place after 1 H ll l had shown It to lr'l them. Well,...

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. — 3 April 1909

jlpERTALgt' Mr. Barnes, American r Archibald CtaTcriog Ganter A Sequel to Mr. Barnes of New York Author of "Mr. Bar no. of Now York." "Mr. Potior of Tosos." "That Frenchman." Etc. 1Cuprlhl, WW. Duda M. .1.1 A, I . N V SYNOPSIS. Burton ii Hinii.M. it a-eaiihv American Jnnni Corsica nw-un Uir vimiii Kn. SS lieutenant, .;,lvs ,,, , (!,.,, ,j ,,. , rntli . ami lilx Corslran bride, Mnrlnii. i JUUglll.l ,,f Hi" I'il.lllM. (Mini I hi' in in denies vendetta, understand I n,t Him Mk i reward Ik to be the hand ..r llir girl lie I luieo. Bnld .Vnsiiutliev. Mister id" tin- Kim i Hull llciuetuint Tin- four ti rnun VJtu- i eto til M.-ii Nellies or) board the Krone h atenrrier i 'imsuintlnc The vendetta pur uaa and iia tin quartet lire iiboiil to board tin' train Tor l.i.ndi.ii nl M iracilles, ' Marina In handed h mysterious note which causae) hr to collapst I nrn-iuil- i tales ii (M.Kipnni.nH.nt of the Imirnev Ibirnea ami Bnld are iimirU'd. Boon after llielt neddlna Hurtles' brltle dls appear Bar...

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. — 3 April 1909

Taws-s-awaa r't msssfsB I IC CENTS TO STOP THAT ITCH M Mow Easy to Get Relief Instant Re- "1 Met from Skin Disease. M Is U wo'"1 10 COn ,0 '" to Ptop i; thai awful, awful aj.inb.lw; Itch? tjh If you are afflicted With skin (lis- W$ case, trio kind that acorns to baffle jfcj' msdlcnl fr atmcni, and leaves you wild Be with luii, ,.. nopej yon wii! not fail to If Jig tc a brescrlptlon which Is now K '""!""!V many of the ... at "kin fi rpr-r-lallara vei h, preference to their K wn brescrMtjfona. it in Uie slants gg soothing oil r wmt.TKt-,., ,, ,llnnm i Ki known .is I). I). D. I'r,,rnnn lT 8 .-.nt tii.u bottfl must wnv nee you thii m th.' It.li I- Instsntly nllnv.d by till" pro. M ",lrU n ,;" " ",'"r:" ,rl"' iottle ol JH D to.. Ill Mlchluan Ht , Chlnairo. TiriitrnUtH froa coast to const enn SB tell you about I). D. D. Prescription m WITH MOTHER A CL08E SECOND. n) "'" ). Willie! Wat's do matter?" jfc "Nuthln". I'm tralnln' foi a Mara- SJ thon!" fir Here's Relief. ft If we must be afflict...

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. — 3 April 1909

THE GARLAND GLOBE 1 THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT: J A. Whom, . . Editor and Mngr. Telephone No 52 Red (Formerly WVatt'a Batcher Bhop.) Entered us mkoiiiI-Ukh matter February 17, ISO, at the peat oAca at Garland. Utah, under he Act of Cona-nma of March 8, 1879. Subscriber who fall to receive, their l:ipnrs regularly, please notify this office HATURDAY, AIMUI, 3rd, l!K)!t. Training Imbecilea. Olven bettor BUrTOGndtngs, a con dderablo proportion of these defec tives would not become crlnilnals at all. It I protasis Indeed tliat very many, especially of he highest (trade lnibi'cllos, might almost as easily be trained In a harmless us a harmful di rection, though all require continuous regulation and control from outside. London Iancot. van SALE. Pure bred Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for Netting. $1 for 15. Apply to C. E. Anderson, (iarland, Utah, south oast of Sugar factory. ml3-a24 Powerful Arguments. Vicar's Daughter I'm sorry to hear you were at the Methodist tea moetlng, MIm Jones). ...

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. — 10 April 1909

H I I LI m I ir Bm I i ll I I I w I I 1 K pH I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEi I Vol.4. No. 10. Published of Uorland, Utah. Saturday, AbrU 10, 1909 H DEATH OF MISS MAGGIE 8ASSER. B ft Goes to Meet Her Sister In The lv Spirit World. , Miss Maggie Banner, the 17-year old 9 daughter of Mrs. Ava 8asser, died at J. the residence early Monday morning " from tho effects of typhoid pneumon- la, after an Illness of about five weeks. P Three and one-half months ago her m sister, Miss Nora Sasser, preceeded I her to the life beyond: K MIbs Sasser was of an exceptlonal- I ly sunny disposition and to have K known her wns to love her. Her sud- . den death was a shock to this com- I nninlty and especially so to her moth- l er who Is at present quite sick. Ow- I Ing to her mother's Illness special I funeral servlees were held Wednes- I day at the residence at 1:30 p. m. i 2nd Counselor D. P. Foulger presided 1 at the services and the music was 1 furnished by Mrs....

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. — 10 April 1909

The Garland Globe Published Every Saturday at GARLAND UTAH A Tarma of ubacrlption: One year (In advance) $1.50 Six raontha 76 Three montha 50 Advertising rates furnlahed on p . plication. J. A. WlKom.... Editor and Managar UTAH STATK NEWS The fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the rlty of Ixigan will he celebrated on Arbor day. The citizens of Fountain Green are considering the proposition of Install Ing a city waterworkn syntMii. Preliminary arrangement! are be ing made for the beginning of work on the Utah building at the Alunkii Yukon-Pacific exposition to be held at Seattle. Hark City la to have a Commercial club, thlB being practically decided nt a banquet given to seventy-five busi ness men of the city one ntghl last week. Wallace Peterson, aged II. attempt ed to climb upon the car of a trac tion engine at Lovan, fell under tho car and two wheels passed over Ills body, killing him liiBtantly. The Juvenile court commission has appointed Volney C. Ounnell of Og den. .the In...

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. — 10 April 1909

I HORTICULTURE ORCHARD LADDER ON WHEEL8. It It Easy to Move It About Among the Tree. MM years ago I built a ladder on wheels. The accompanying Rkelch II ' lilfttrntes the manner (if ronatrurtlon, ! explains a correspondent of Orange .ludd Farmer. Any farmer or orchard i l8t n '"'I'd H. tn my orchard are The Ladder on Wheela. some very high trees. It la difficult work to carry a tall ladder from one to another while picking the fruit. I secured two old mower wheels and one piece of two by four scantling for an axle. I place my ladder upon this Bcantllng. To keep It upright, I used poles, two at the bottom and one near the top of the ladder, extending to the ground. The upper one was forked at the top so as to hold the ladder firmly. My ladder Is 18 feet high, and as the foundation is broad, there is no danger of It falling over. The brace Is so made that It can be adjusted, thus enabling me to place the ladder at any angle. GROW YOUR OWN FRUITS. Farmer Will Find That a Garden Will Pa...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 April 1909

I I A Third The Man-Woman a i Creation of the ijCX "' Twentieth Century By LADY VrOLET GREVILLE. Proloel r ngluh Humeri Writer. E' " '" I""'1 ill- own distinguishing ipniliiv. Man lias strength ni'l virility; woman, -u,-U- and virtue It htt bem re ! iWffM for Hie twciilietli ci'iiliirv to ireatr- si third sex, tin- iiian- ,ja "oinun. The quality f fririininiy, dasowig weiblichc, seema to "W' v ''.V'"K out. hikI :i new race of women, who i-ontemn it and IjciSfl i'i'Hl' the worf kind of man in their love of brutality and Ajjgjjl violence, is rising up iimmit us. S iiipmliizcr- witli tin- new LyJrs3 "urd -ex, man-haters and mnrriage-despisers, "Amazon who &! f''d on flesli niel know not nun.'' are m the hahit of declaring that their independence of view is inspired by advanced (do tation and the spread of learning, totally oblivions of the fact that, as far back as mclineval tune-, women were learned, with B solidity of knowledge which is rare now. " hy have we evolved tins curious...

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. — 10 April 1909

' " " " -- Tn in i m i - . . b tDWAun B. Clark. Jl$Sfl.M Jm vL- -1- EjtS3jHEffiSHASIIIN(!TN in the last year or two congreBs bus XT tYSgS R'"nv" a disposition to lie generous to the army LV V&SMI Among the other measures paused with a special Ks Al a V'' w '" ""' (locrea9ng " lnc iiuiiibei if desertions ikaRAII WI,K onr wn,h Increased materially the pay of en HffSlfS '' '''' mpn Tno non-commissioned officers pariicu IJnfytABMU larly were well treated by the bill, foi ii til the titration to make army life so ultraetlve for tin sergeants and tin corporals that thev would be willing to reenllst Then again the amount of pity given the "non-coms" wag Intended to act as an Incentive to the piivntis to behave themselves well and to stay In the service so that In time lliej might secure pro motion. There Is an army post at Fort Myer i lose to Arlington, the ua tlonal (imetery Just aero: the Potomac from the capital A good hllllH' III hnl mini mi, ,11 ,'nill i iT-a SSr. ilBK-flWiaflBJ t...

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. — 10 April 1909

- T- V- .,.-. lii IMiHIMl PT I Mr. Barnes, American Archibald Clavering Gunter A Sequel lo Mr. Barnes of New York Author of "Mr. B.m.. of Now York," "Mr. Pottor of Ttiu," "Thai Frenchman." Klc. v J Ooprrleht, MOT. Dodo Meed Co.. N. T. SYNOPSIS. ?lVU,n,H' rncs, a wealtliv American touring- Corotea, rescues the young Kng llsh lieutenant, Kdward Gerard Anstruth er. and hie ITnrnlran briil- Murliia. ! feughier ofjha P.u., frV the muT ?' "itla. understanding; that his CTTLt . 1 . b 'np hllnrt of " airl he ill ii ? Anstruther. sister f it..- Eng Uali "uteJUnt The four fly from AJae clo to Marseilles on board the French learner t onatantlne. The vendetta pur f.11 i .1 ..""' quartet are about to ajarci the train for lxmdon at Marseilles. I iii handed a iiium s note will, h causes her to collapse and necessl a postponement of tli Journey. Harries and Enid are married 8oon after tholr wadding names' bride dls-t?-nr,f... Brnea discovers ahe ha jean Kidnaped and taken to Corsica The groom secur...

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. — 10 April 1909

MUST BELIEVt IT. Every Reader Will Concede the Truth of Thle Statement. One who suffers with backache or any form of kidney trouble wants a f lnstlii..: cure, not merely a temporary benefit. Profit by the example of Rev. J. M. Suffleirt, of 2179 S. 8th it., Lincoln. Nebr., who confirms a report of his cure after several yearn. "I told in a state ment made for pub lication In 1900 how Doan'B Kidney Pills had relieved me after other reme dies had failed." said Rev. Snffleld. "I have no hesita tion In confirming that statement now. 1 have used Doan's Kidney Pills at various times and they have never failed me." Sold by all dealers. BO cents a box. Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. NOT A WEIGHT LIFTER. "Is the baby strong?" "Well, rather! You know what a tremendous voice he haa?" "Yet." "Well, he lifts that five or six times an hour!" CHILD ATE CUTICURA OINTMENT. 8pread Whole Box of It on Crackers Not the Least Injury Resulted. Cuticura Thus Proven Pure and Sweet. A New York friend of C...

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. — 10 April 1909

1 THE GARLAND GLOBE . . 1 THE GARLAND GLOBE SATURDAY. APRIL 10, 1900. FAREWELL EECEPTION. f The farewell social tendered Mr. and Mr. John T. Robert by the umployo fof the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. at the Fac tory hotel on the evening of April 2nd, vaa a very pleaaant social function. Over 100 guest wore present and a fSMniptuous rcpaat partaken of. A pro jrram consisting of speeches, music, etc., was carried out and Mr. Robert was presented a token of remembrance by ills fellow associates and co laborer. We failed to state In our last Uaue that Mr. Robert ha faithfully filled th fmsklon of treasurer of the Town of Garland for the past four or Ave months find that hi leaving neceslstated the ap fxilntment of a new treasurer. Herbert II . Foulger has been appointed to that position. i People paat middle life usually hnve some kidney or bladder disorder that Bnpa the vitality, which Is naturally lower In old age. Foley's Kidney Remedy corrects urinary trouble, stimulates the kidneys, nnd re...

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. — 17 April 1909

BWBW-BaBaia)aiaB3BaBajHMBjlaaBBBBaaaB jH aYgV THE GARLAND GLOBE I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEt H Vol.4. No. 11. Published at Oarlond, Utoh. Saturday, Abril 17, 1909 H 1 i i I John B. Olsen I died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Gleason m yesterday afternoon at 5 M o'clock of typhoid fever, preceeded by several henv i orrages and finally per il foration. i BEAR RIVER STAKE 1 CONFERENCE. B The quarterly conference of the Bear River Stake of Zlon convened ,1 In Garland, Saturday and Sunday. April 10th and 11th. The attend J ance was good and a general good 1 spirit prevailed. M Saturday forenoon was devoted to fl officers' meetings of the various aux- fl lllary organlxatlons and meetings of j the Stake Presidency and High Coun- The general priesthood session convened at the hall at 2 p. m. There were present nf the genernl j church authorities Elder David O. 1 McKay of the quorum of Twelve Ap- ostles. Elder Joseph W. McMurrln of the First ''-esi...

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. — 17 April 1909

The Garland Globe Published Every Saturday at GARLAND UTAH Terms of Subscription: One year (In advance) II. wi Six months 75 Three months 50 Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. J. A. Wlxoro Editor and Manager UTAH STATK NEWS Plana und specifications have been prepared for the Utah Idaho hospital at Logan In endeavoring to board a trail at 'o'ton Frank Miller, a tramp, fell and was badly l.ijured. A fr' employment bureau In being operated bj some of the philan thropic residents of Logan. It. II. wiihou. accused of passing worthleu checks in Halt Lake city, was captured In I trajan lam week. It is estimated that fully 100,000 people attended the Prosperity fair held In Salt Lake City last week. It Is probable that the Salt Iike High Bchool cadets will make a visit to the exposition aj Seattle during va cation. Rrlghom T. Mudsen of Provo has been made ehlet deputy to the newly appointed flsb and game commts-sloner. A free public llbrnry Is being In stalled at Handy, the outcom...

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. — 17 April 1909

1 GENERAL WILLIAM BOOTH I JlBBi GEN. BOOTH ON EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY STARTS NEW PLAN Veteran Founder of Salvation Army Launches Scheme for "University of Humanity" in the United States All the World Celebrates Anniversary of His Birth. New York. Gen. William Booth. t founaer and commander-in-chief of the Salvation Army, celebrated his eight- 1' tli birthday on Saturday. April 10, and the event waH made the occasion of rejoicing all over the civilized world The Army Itself held big meet lugs In every city and town where It Is established, and these were partici pated in by hundreds of thousands of other citizens who were glad to do honor lo the distinguished philan thropist. Uen. Booth himself presided over several monster mass meetings In I-oiidon His advanced age and the fact that he was operated on recently for cataract did not deter him from taking part in the celebrations held by his devoted soldiers. University of Humanity Launched. In America the day was marked especially by the l...

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. — 17 April 1909

''MM W a-a-as-- w - 1 rid! by System Nearest -w Approach to llfV Absolute Justice By DELPHIN M. I I M s. Noted Naw York li. ' ATTKMPTI N(i i" cstiiiiHtc the prrsenl wine tad i" pre I I lit the future- fate of trial liy jury, it i lut natural to seek L. u'liiiliincc from the experience of the past. IMK That experience ii'iu lii'K tin' familiar lesson lluil trial l) HP jury in the most uiu lent, ami has lieen the most endiirinj.', Ift&f "" ""' P0''''1"' iini' jutlieial institul - which lime llnurislii'il J among the English-speaking peoples. It had existed for ceu BHf turies when the Norman invader set his foot upon Knglish amfmljImP soil, mid it survived the general wreck f KugliBh laws and eiiHtoniK whii h followed in the wake of the Norman conqueror. 1 lie storms of wars and revolutions which uprooted weaker growths, only strengthened the hold which thin, the sturdiest product of Knglish earth, had upon English soil, and endured its fury only to defy still greater tempests. Ami...

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. — 17 April 1909

I " ' THE GARLAND GLOBE ' , JM (The Garland Globe 1 ( Published Every Saturday at OARLAND . UTAH, Tarma of Subscription: On year (In advance) 11.60 81 months 78 Three months 60 Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Bnterad a second class matter rebruary 17, 1906, at the postofflce at Garland, Utah, under the Act of Con areas of March 8, 1879. 4. A- Wlxom Editor and Manager TRADE MAMKS. Sherlock Holmes Picks Out the Va cationists and Labels Them. Sherlock Holmes, seated on the board walk. laagtt lly Injected a pint of cocaine Into his sunburnt arm. "My dear Watson," said the detect ive, "lat us beguile an hour bjf picking out tha occupations of these vacation ists. In their cheap white flannels they all think they look like millionaires, . but ha, ha what a delusion! "There goes a waiter. Walters are to be told by the size of their feet and the soft, careful wny they set them down. "The man, In the Imitation Panama ' hat Is a tanner. His cli ar and ruddy complexion gives him 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. — 17 April 1909

I Avenging of Joseph Dain B I By GEO. T. PARDY I ft John Wilson Murray in a New Sort of Case. HflB N a cold, dark winter' O night tn March 1875. two men stole quietly BBk along In the black shadow H i -vB- "r ""' house walls in T TfMS y""K'' Toronto, LflWa. ur& ('a"adH Each of the mid- H" JFlrA ' 'xht prowlers took an op- W, : yjy imslte Hide of the thor- B K "ughfare. They tllpped jH TsSy HWirtly and softly out to HH nflUj li' of Moor street B where the city limits end- flBflj '! in those days. H On a corner of Yonge and Bloor streets lived the Dalns, rich drovers and butchers. The family consisted of Mrs. Daln and her three sons. Joseph. f James an. Major. The latter were flf wealthy business men and carried large sums of money on their persons HJ for cattle buying. fl Tpstalrs Joseph Pain was sleeping BB soundly In his room, hla trousers ly- flfl Ing on the chair beside his bed. A slight noise, a faint creaking, awoke him from slumber and he opened his B eyes to see a tall fi...

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. — 17 April 1909

It ' Mr. Barnes, 1 American Br Archibald Clavering Gnnter A Seqnrl to Mr. Barnes of New York 0 Author of "Mr. Barn, of Niw York," "Mr. Pottor of Ta." "That Franchmaa," Etc. Copyright, low. Dodfl Mnn.l & Co., H. V. SYNOPSIS. Burton H Humes, a wealthy 'merlran toiirlnK Corsica. metlN the young Knlj ilali lieutenant, Kilwurd Ocrarri AiiHtrmii r. an. I lili Crslmn tii-lde. MuruiH, du;lii.T of the 1'a.dla. fr.im the inur Jinm vcndatta, understandlnc that bin reword Ik Ii, I,.. the hum! ot tin irl lie loves. Knlrt Anatruther. slater pf tli Kng llah lieutenant. The four fly from AJkc lo to Marseilles on board thi French aimtner Cunatantlne. The vendetta pur sues and a tin quartet are alKiut to Board tho train for London a! M irsolllc. Marina nanded a niysterlnua note whlrh cauaaa her to collapa and nsceaai talc a postponement of the Journey. Harnea nnd Kidd are married. Moon after their wadding Barnes brtda tl.n appeiirs Itiirnea discovers aha ha Iwen kidnaped and taken to Corsica. The...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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