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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 3 July 1909

9 WHEN YOUR BACK ACHE8 It It a Warning That the Kldneya Art Sick and Need Help. y A bad back innki'a every day a dull round of pain and misery. It's a sign BjiBSSSBaiaeBaUaVJai the kidneys are sick sty and cannot keep up Rh hW their never-ending filtering the u r blood Lame back, C t wJJff d :l ' K a c h ' dizzy & jfi K spells and urinary flr E aflk. K V By inKS that must W' ffjflH e overlooked. A. B J9B Smith. 406 MfB Mills st" L,berty' H. fl WL racked with pain, Hi attHBeunfJal s,i(T l""1 B dizzy spells and a terrible condition of IB' the kidney secretions. I got so mis- Hj- erable I went to bed, but the doctor BJP did not do anything for me and no Hh one expected me to recover. Doan's BE Kidney Pills first relieved, then cured BJ me, and I have had no kidney trouble HE for seven years snce." B Sold by nil dealers. 50 cents a box. B Foster-Milburn Co., Duffalo. N. Y. fl GRATIS. H Youtn (at a bun emporium) I say, fl you know, this milk is sour. fl Sweet Thing Well, there's plen...

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 July 1909

B The Garland Globe. H SATURDAY, tJLY 8, H Here and There. H Mrs. J. R. Standinh of Ool- H Iinston, waa visiting friendi in H town Tlmrstliiy. B Mosioh Evans made a dying H business trip to Brigham and H - OhPen Thurdiay. M W TKh-Two good girla H for genera housework. Apply m at Factory hotel. it H Mrs. Lnoy A, Clark and son H George returned Stlnday nigh! H form a visit to Farmington. H A charming daughter H born to the wife of John Garrett H Monday. Everything is lovely, M Mrs. Albert irn of Bingham H Canyon is the guesl of her par- M cuts Mr. and Mrs. B, m. ijs,. B The Misses Lela and Mary H Can- of Ogden are gneets of B their uncle, J. W. Lewis and H wife. !( Christensen of Brigham and Mr. Glen of (Hen Bros. Piano Co., Ogden, were in town m on bnameas Thursday. B Mrs. Eph (Yomhs entertained M at dinner Thursday afternoon fl Mesdames Will Perkins, J. R. fl Standing and A. B. Manasa. Miss Pearl Hickman of Snow- B ville spent this week in town B having her teeth treated by Dr. fl C...

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 July 1909

T 1 lje (Stolon) QMobe I - H COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I : 1 - s 1 vi k Vol.4. No 23. Published at iioiiond, Utoh. Saturday, July 10, 1909 I ". . -.. , , , , Riverside. Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. 0. Nye of Ogden have been visiting re latives in this city and Oarlnnd, near Riverside. Mrs. Mnry F. Tinge? lias re turned from Salt Lake where she went to visit her sister, Mrs. J. M. Matsen. Miss Lizzie Bmitfa of Woods Cross is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ella S. Capener. Miss Jetta Hatch of Bountiful is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. W. Parke. Jay Kay. SUNDAY SEBVICES. Bishop A. R. Capener presid ing. Singing "Praise Ye the Lord" Prayer by Fred L. Rogers. Singing "Come Listen to a Prophet! Voice." Sacra ment administered by George Idler and L. B. Smith. Sacra ment hymn "He Died That We Might Live." Johana Clark's name was presented to be or dained to the office f an Elder. Elisabeth King was released from the Y. L. M. I. Assn. as first counselor. Agnes Wheelon as first COnfiselo...

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 July 1909

SaaaaaaaaaSns B The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND UTAH Term of Subscription: H One year (In advance) 1.5(i B Six months B Three months 60 H Advertising rates furnished on ep H 4. A. Wixom.... Editor and Manager H UTAH STATE NEWS H Work on tho now Rio 0 ran do de- H pnt in Ball now pro- H August been m apart as H Utah iliiy the Alaska-Yukon H exposition al Seattle, tabernacle H oholr expected to be preienl al that iB An Italian in pausing n H Ooafederate $inn one H day week, the took B tile hill B hail tin' H The in H feet the B the of 129,088.94, H 111!' M of the corresponding quarti i 1 From H trie) H in H tin' ffffffj most Id H The of Bandy are discussing' H the proportion of buying the H worki coin in of which is H owned by Salt Lake I; H posed to tin' to H the lfffff Three Oaughl ihOOting li'li III 1 Silver lake have lined Mch, H wiiiic four hoyi wtoo arrested on B suspicion of having been watchers I'm HH the lawbreakers released lor M lack of B A man Who...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 July 1909

I .- - - - t'L f 1 'K ( '1 J,J -A r,JRNTI lj You should require good service when you have your watch repaired. A poor workman will more than likely ruin a good watch Our watch experts are all men of years of ex perience in their work and we guar antee everything they do. Ytu can't lose if you deal with us. ""r(AIH ST. SALT LAKE CITY". UTAH I HARRY J. ROBINSON ATTORNEY AT LAW 304-306 Judge Building, Salt Like City SPANIARD SEEN AT HIS BEST. Illustration of Courtesy and Hospital ity It Would Be Hard to Find Match For. Haveloek Ellis, In his "Soul of Spain," li;is revealed Intimately anil charmingly the temperament of the Spanish people. According to him, the Spaniard is mill fundamentally primitive. In proof of his possession of the primal Instincts of hospitality and charity he quotes the following anecdote Irom an Aragoueso newspa per of a few years ago, at a time when there was much distress in Aragon. A laborer out of work came on the highroad determined to rob the first person h...

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. — 10 July 1909

B The Garland Globe H INDEPENDENT. H I A. Wixom, . Kditor and Mngr. H Telephone No 52 H Our cur (in id Vance) 1 60 M notrthi B Advertising fiiinislictl on up- H Ktit. !'-il M Hcconil-clauH mutter February 17, ItlflfB 1" IP, at the post office at Carland, ITtah. under H the Act of I-..MIM - of March II. 1H7P H Subscribers who Ml to receive their B papers regularly, please notify tbttofflci H THE MAN WITH H THE HAMMER. B Every city, burg or hamlet, B metropolis country town, B has among ite population H sonic thai it would gladly turn B down. There's the dead-beat H and the bully, husy-hody, clown H and horc- there's the public H hog, the booter and the man H who thirsts for pore; there is H the brute whose wile supports H him, the persistent knights of H rest, hut the one of all, most H baneful, is the ('(ironic Knocker H pest. Public spirit makes him H locoed; progress drives him to H despair, civic pride is an un- m known virture only see him m paw the air when some worthy B indivi...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 July 1909

"1 I 'M 1 I ATTENTION FARMERS: j Two carloads of new Oat and Barley bags 5? fc$ and a car off Calcutta 12 oz. Wheat bags !? r& will be here in ample time to meet require- K y ments. Prices right. K (Ax b A full line of Farm Machinery, tools and miseellaneous Vj) " ft impplihl. Lumber, cement, doors, windows and build- Cp p ing material. Pipe and fixtures, laboratory and bath m Sp room supplies. l S. Separators and gasoline eugins. M f A Mlnaturc Water System Come and sec it. We have them for sale. jj MuThey Should be in Every HomeJ6j "k 1 Farmers- Cash Union, 1 A David Holmgren, Mgr. iV Tremonton, Utah. R GcirlciiKl Meat Market M-M-M-M- ' " ' Q&WM, THOMAS, Prop. Dealer in Fresh and Cured Meats of all Kinds Coupon Books Sold I Free Delivery to at a Kig Discount for Cssh I ALL PA UTS OF TOWN Give us a trial and we will do the rest (iff" Chickens and Veal Wanted Ttal "" CLOSING OUT SALE or Wines and Liquors From Now Until August 15th. $4,000 Stock of Kentucky Liquors At a Big S...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 July 1909

B A Youthful HH "Bee, toy Mid mii enthusiastic h parent, anxious to imprest the beau H (Irs and resources l nature, "what B beautiful yreeo dresses of leaves the H ii'cis have win-ii winter they H quite H "I guess." the youngster, H thoughtfully, thai when winter ootnea B they pack these pretty green dreaaei H in their don't they?" H When I "i 1 1,- Bnm nftoi fskedrugi B and medicine". Hi Mitchell's Eye H Salve changt in for mil In 01 H laid rcRintcred mil received He H mil i 701. Tli' influence of Dr. Mitch- BBBBJ I'M- Rye Halve lian upread thtuiiKli H honcal Unfailing HB weal and inflamed eyea I'rioe H its H "Ella's Dew dress is shocking H "Possibly on account of its color." H "Von know, it is electric him'" H Shake Into Your 8hoe 1 Allm's FootKaae, a powdci for your fast B It eurei painful iwollen, smarting, B lai (aaL .Mil i Bold Hl all Druiglata and Shoe Btoi fl aocepl .uii -niuii' Sample FREE. Ail- H dress Ail. a B, Otmatedi LeRoy, N. V. fl The Spice of Life. H Ashley variety ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 July 1909

asss NEWS SUMMARY The minors in the Pittsburg, KMI ctml fields are striking bwStttlS Ol check-off d'sputes. A project is on tool tO mil the Finns seats in the Russian dunia nnd the council of empires. Attorneys Tor Hanler Cliarles VV Morse have succeeded In having !ii: ball reduced from $ir(.iifiti to $ I 000. A slight earthquake shock was felt at San Harnardlno. Ca., on July I. about the same time the shocks were s. felt in Messina. RJ Kdward Cooley was killed MM Elizabeth, N. J., when a tire on his automobile burst and the machine . crashed into a telegraph pole. Two negroes were killed and five' others were wounded In a fight irt ing over a crap game at a stone quarry near Hiploy, Oklahoma. A mutiny In the prison at Villna. Russ.'a, led to a pitched bat He in the court yard. Four wardens and seven N convicts were killed and six wounded. BtCftUM the spectators applauded ;i vinnr of a prizefight at Vera Cruz. Mexico, the loser of the tight emptied his revolver Into the crowd. Four ...

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 July 1909

H The Garland Globe. M 8ATUKDAY, JULY 10, 1909. M Here and There. H John Hales, barber, of Ofden, B spent the 4th in Garland. H David DortOO went to Lehi m Wednesday to spend a few days. 1 Mrs. A. Minie spent Sunday H and Monday in Salt Lake City. m Millard (i rover and Carlton m Rogers spent the 4th In Ogden. H Miss Laura 01sen of Ogden H 18 the guest of Mrs. 1'. A. Nord- H quist. m Mrs. Mosiah Kvans was a 1 passenger to the state eapital H Tuesday. H P. A. Nordquist was an H Ogden visitor the fore part of H this week. H Charlie Edwards returned H Tuesday from a trip to Salt H Lake and Lehi. H Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cutler H have gone on an outing to H 8trawherry Valley. H C. J. Campbell is assisting H Cashier M. I). Evans as teller B at the Bank of Garland. H Joe Brown came up from B Ogden last Saturday and spent H the fore part of this week in m town. M Miss Abby Croesbeek of m Logan, sister of W. J. Croes- H beck, spent the fore part of this B week in Carland. M Mrs. Marie Nordquist...

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 July 1909

1 l)c wta& (BHobe I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET Vol. 4. No 2. Published at Oarlond, Utah. Saturday, July 17, 1909 fl a ; Main Line of Sewer System About Finished. The work n the main line of our big sewer inio! drainage sy stem on Austin street, extend ing from the (). K. L. track to the Sugar Company's silo, will be about finished ere the sun goes down tonight. The depth of tin' sewer is ( ft at the head and 11 feet where it empties under the silo. 8-in sewer pipe has been laid with a 4-in drain tile on top to take the surface water into the main sewer. At intervals large man holes have been put in and a fine flush tank at the head. The work of digging and lay ing the (bin latterals will begin the fore part of next week. These latterals will extend to all the Sugar Company's dwell ings and arrangement! have been made whereby our citizens will be given the privilege of connecting with the sewer ait a reasonable figure. Most all of our townsmen feel that this is a...

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 July 1909

H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND UTAH M Terms of Subscription: m One year (in advance) I1.M M Plx months 7fi H Three months 50 m Advertising rates furnished on ap M plication. M J. A. Wlxom.... Editor and Manager I Tll STATK NKWS H President ThTI will probably visit H Ball I . k City In September. M Bam Tout, Of Ogden. is in a precarl H oub condition as the result of collld- M Ing with n dog while riding his motor- B Jacob .1. .lacohson, a bricklayer, m -was struck by a street car In Bait H Lake City, receiving Injuries that may B result In his death. H I'tah lias 11,900 farms, covering a M combined area of 1,114,194 acres; thin H la out of a:i approximate cultivable H area of 10,000,000 acres H In the year Htug Utah had tl,MI B acres oi land devoted to horticul- B ture, with a product valued at 1,093, H 0(H). or an average of ((il.lt! per acre. M At present there Is more than $'-". H 000,0011 private capital Invested in ir- H rlgation works in Utah. This ...

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 July 1909

m,USTRATZD BY CvWT War waiters - r iv) SYNOPSIS. Three tlrta Rlisabeth, Oabrlotle ami """ FIIo started for Canada to spend tin summer than, On hourrl Iteami r they wi'i'i' frightened by in apparently dement ei tl ranger, who finding bag heimnrinK to oin of them, took enjoyment In scru tinising a photo of the trio. BHee shared her stateroom with a Mra. Uraham. als.i bound for Canada The young wdmen on a IghteeetfVg tour met Mra Graham, anxiously awaiting hrr hnsband, who had a mania for sailing. They were Intro duce! to Lord Wilfrid it ml l.ady Bdlth. A cottuKe iy the ocean wa rented by tho Mo for the summer. Kllcaheth learned that a friend of her father' wii tO call Two men called, one of them being the puer-netliig stranger on the Steamer, The girl were "not at home." tail discovered by the curd left that one of the men wa Kl'sahcth' father's friend. The men proved to be Jolin ('. Blakl and Gordon Bennett The party wa told of the anarch for smuggler! In the vicinity of the cottage ...

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 July 1909

H The Garland Globe H in!kh:ni!;nt. H I Wimim, Kilitoi .mil Mmli. H Telephone No 52 B One I "ill 1 Three iniiiit lis 50 B Advert isinjr liiinMit il on up H l'nt saVdMI rn.-ill r l'Vltruury 17 H I'.'i'1. at th' h. t nflro nl (ini'litrul, Utah, under the Act of Omuiwi of Ifsnn ! ih"9. H Mnii .ciilici's who fail in receive their H pniers regular!, plant notify thboltlci M Keep Water off Roads. H Farmers Irrigating their b lands sli .ulil exercise wisdom H nml not allow Hif water to Mow H into tin roads near their pro- H perty. County roads especially, H as travel over these roads when H they have been soaked with H water, cuts them all tip and we H cannot expeel to keep the roads H in good condition and allow H tlicm to lif continually flooded M with watr during irrigating sea- B "Patronise the home m stitutions," cries the editor from H week to week. "That's right," M says the merchant, "give it t m those who go to some other 1 town to buy goods." Then with H his hear! filled with kin...

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 July 1909

f Local News Items. c. (. Adney of Corinne wu in town on business Tlinrsilay. Mr. tod Mrs. Win. Perkins spent Friday i1 the Lagoon, Farniington. Mrs. Leslie trover of Hill ings, Mont., is visiting relatives in town the guest of her mother, Mrs. A. Mnrie. iyn '"he foundation of Boyd & Owens new Fairbanks scales has been put in. The scales will he put up Monday. Mrs. F. F. Gross entertained the officers of the Garland Primary Attn, at her home yes terday afternoon. A very plea sant afternoon was spent and dainty refreshments s rved. J. F. Owens and Thos. Wise have entered in. partnership in the wheat and produce business and are paying the highest cash market price for these products. H. L. Tucker has been award ed the contracts of building additions to the Tremont and Riverside school houses. Tu rnout's addition will cost $4,.'U7; RiverSide'l addition $4,:.'10. G, A, P, Convention Salt Lake City, August 9 14 Kxcursions viu Oregon Short Line August 7th to 13th, inclusive. Return l...

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 July 1909

H frank 11. iktchcock I J OapyrlKlit !IK. Iij MnlT..tt Htildln OMMgO, H Postmaster-General of the United States J (From an Official Photograph.) PAINTED OLD HOUSE H Maine Man Lost Thirty Thousand H Dollars by Job. H Pasture He Swapped for $50 Worth H of Paint Afterwards Increased H Rapidly In Value; Says Style IH Is Costly. IH Rangor. Me. The costliest Job of fl bouse painting on record hereabouts IH is reported by n Northeast Harbor IH nan. who lost a fortune through his fl anxiety to make improvements upon IH his residence and his poor opinion of H Northeast Harbor's prospects. This pH man concluded some years ago that H his I iso, then white, would look a IH great deal better if painted n sort ot pH canary color, with pea green trim pH mings Me hadn't the money to pay pH for the paint or work, but ho had IH plenty of laud, being in fact land poor. pH To a friend from Ellswortii the North- pH cast Harbor man eild: pB "Here, Jim, I need fiiu the worst way. Now. you give me the $.'o...

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 July 1909

Jim WAPK 0F: jpFAOJlRANTLLl A successful person it the one who makes the fewest mistakes. Be suc cessful In your jewelry purchases by dealing with us. Our absolute guaran tees protect you from making any mistake. Our goods are tempting and prices reasonable. SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH W 4 Tr'THPC' Adtir ii to patent 's Y A r Vi W abilily aad Proctdar m y 1 it 1 Ijll 1 V FREE npon reqlielt. i I -' Send sketch and description of roor invent Inn. Harry J. Robinson, Attorney ! Law and Solicitor of Patent.. 304 S Jada Building, Salt Ukc City I TWO IDEALS OF THE FAMILY. For Comparison, One May Be Called Despotic and the Other Dem s I ocratic. To-day two Ideals of the family nra struggling for mastery the old des potic family, of Roman origin and ec clesiastical sanction, based on the au thority of the hiisli.'iiui and the merg ing of the wife's legal personality In hlfl, and the democratic family, of Ger manic origin, based on the consenting and harmonlotiH wills of two equals. The one goes nat...

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. — 17 July 1909

H -., , . ,, , i H The Garland Globe. H SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1900. M Here and There. H Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lanl re- H fumed Tuesday evening from a H trip to Logan i H Miss Easel Wight is the nen H lady clerk at Boyd and Frances' H eonfeotioneiya H Mrs. U. Bi Baxter rerurned 1 from a visit to Alpine last Sat- H urday evening. H BONIMWOf (lie muscles, whether in H ditccd by vollent axercise or injury, is H ijuickly relieved by the free application H of Chamberlain's Liniment. This lini- M mentis equally viilna1)ie for muscular H rheumatism and always affords quick H relief. Solil by All Dealers. H Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Kennard, H Jr., took in the doings at the ' H Lagoon Wednesday H Miss Oltfa Jensen of Provo, i H sister of Moroni Jensen, is visit- B ing relatives in Garland. ggj M A-Y-P Exposition Rates B Via Oregon Short Line. H $38.30 from Oarland to Seattle nnd I M return; on Sale daily commencing June I H 1st. Ask agents for further part I B Irulars. My29-Oct2 H FOR SALE Twenty-live a...

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. — 24 July 1909

H ' 1 l)e Cjfadonft tote i ' I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I Vol.4. No 'in. Published ot Oorland, Utah. Saturday, July 24, 1009 I Garland's i Glorious fegfch CELEBRATION ;lB8jh, Pioneer Day 1 1847 1909 gBf JULY 42th ' . . PROGRAM OF TO-DAY'S DOINGS: Salute at Day Break. Hoisting of Stars ajid Stripes at Sunrise. j Music East Garland Military Band. J)a. m. Grand Pioneer Parade on Main Street showing the Progress from 1847 to 1!K)9, un der supervision of A. H. Glea r , son. Program at the Garland Amusement Hall at 10 a. m: Chaplain, Joseph E. (Jorbett; Master of Ceremonies, D. B. Foulger; Orator of the Dav, Milton H. Welling. 1 Prayer by Chaplain, Joseph E. Corbett. 2 Singing "Come, Come Ye Saints," Elderly Ladies and Gentlemen. .'I 20-minutes Oration, Orator of the Day, Milton H. Welling. 4 Music, East Garland Military Band. 5 Japanese, Song, under di rection of I. Sahara. (J Cornet Salo, C. O. Anderson. 7 Song, Utah, the Queen of the West," Sopranos Essie Foulger, Ha...

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. — 24 July 1909

H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at M OARLAND UTAH B Terms of Subscription : H One year (In advance) $1-5" 1 Fix months 7r' H Three months Bn H Advertising rates furnished on ap 1 plication. B J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager m CHINESE PROTECT LEON LING. H Miiom, Acting With Consent of Chi 1 nese Government. Said to Be H Hiding Murderer. JH Denver Thai Elsie siaei tool fjH poison with suicidal iiu t ill in Leon H Lings room In New Ymk City is the H statement made in the official eotul H hullclin of Peking, China. copy of H which has reached Denver. H This statement Is made in a report H to the Chinese government i the cir- H B e consul In N'v Yoik City, who H was ordered to Investigate the report M mi murdei of Elsie Blgel by Leon M The bulletin was translated by Lea B Wing. leader of the Chinese oolony H In Denver, According to Leei when M this report was made to Peking H wore issued by the head of the Chi- H nose Masons, who noted With the COn H sent of the government ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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