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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 28 August 1909

I FAILSTflREACHPOLE WELLMAN'8 SECOND JOURNEY IN BALLOON RESULTS IN DISASTER. Party of Four Makes Safe Descent After Thirty-two Mile Ride, But Further Attempts Precluded by B Destruction of Balloon. Ilanuncrfeat. Advices received from Camp Wellman, Spltzcnberger, under date of August 15. state that Waller Wellman's second attempt to lall over the North pole In a balloon has resulted In a failure. The giant dirigible balloon, America, In wnlch Mr. Wellman and his party of three let out, proceeded about thirty-two miles from t'tc starting point. Mr. Wellman and his party suc ceeded In ninllng I safe landing, and relumed to Camp Wellman on board the steamer Fram. which also towed in the disabled balloon. After ha!ng covered thirty-two tulles of the journey, and when every thing seemed to be going splendidly, the leather guide rope, 10 which was attached a thousand pounds of pro visions and stores, broke away. The accident occurred Just as the airship was nearing the pack Ice of North Sp...

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. — 28 August 1909

IThe Garland Globe INDKIMONDKNT. B 1 A.Wixom, . . Editor anil Mngr. m Telephone No 52 !'i nun ik hi iici uii-'i kin : Ob yar(ln advance) ..1160 Six month .75 B TIllTC IIIOIlUlH IAilvcii isin inlis tiMiiisli.il on up pllr.it ion. B Enlorwl m hccuiiiI-i'Iiihii tnallri rVbruary 17, HB 1(109, at till' post ..In.' .'.I (ia.hiii.l, lliili, umlci H tliu Acl of CniiKPJCH of March 8, lh7W. H BuWrlbora who fail to receive their H papati regular I, please Qotifj thtoofBoe H We told you to "cut out tlir H wescU," i. iii you haven't done H it. If tin' niiirshiil fed you, H just take your medicine find H ting the song M HntoH to (!ct H Up Early In the Morn." Cut H 'mi out while he ain't lookiu'. H We acknowledge, with thanks, H the receipt of an invitation m from the Washington County M Commercial Club, to attend Utah's "Dixie" Fruit Exhibit H and Festival, to he held in St. fl George September !th and 10th. H Around the Town. B Mrs. A. J. Fife and children B went to liriglumi Wednesdny B H S. c....

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. — 28 August 1909

J Here and There. y Benj Hunsaker of Honeyvillc was transacting business in Oar land Tuesday. Editor Royal .leppson of the Box Elder .lournal was in town on business Tuesday. liars Jensen and wife of Bpringville are visiting in town the guests of Mnrk llnll and f wife. fcvtf A. Zink, Mrs. J. M. Franeke and Bany Smith were incoming passengers on Tuesday night's '.'- train. Mrs. Lizzie Bingham and Miss Rebecca Tingey of Brig ham City are visiting their sister, Mrs. Cephus E. Ander son. If your liver is slavish mid uul of tono, and you feel dull, bilious, con Btipatcd, titkc ii dose of ( 'li.'imlic i l,-i in vs Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be fore retiring and you will be all right in the morning Sold by All Dealers. T. F. Coombs of Fielding, member of the Box Elder County Board of Education, was here in the interest of school matters Tuesday. Dysentery is a daugerous disease but can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera uud Dinrrhoea Hcniedy has been successfully used in nine ep...

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. — 28 August 1909

I WORTH I MOUNTAINS I OF GOLD B During Change of Life, H says Mrs. Chas. Barclay H Oraniteville, Vt. "I was passing H through the changeof Life and suffered Ei from nervousness rk :i i ii I nl In-1 :m i id villi; 0. symptoms, and I k can trtilv say thai lW pound litis proved V worth mountains jp of ,'"lil In me, ms it 7? restored my health jl and strength. I W- never forget to tell my friends whai 3&Mk I LydiaK.l'iukham's H Vegetable Compound has done for me H during tills trying period. ' unpl.-tc H restoration to health means so much H to me that for the sake of other suffer- H lug women I am willing to make mv H trouble public so you may publish B this letter." Mns. C'iias. Hahclay, H 11. F.I)., Oraniteville, Vt. H No other medicine for woman's ills H has received such w idc-snread and un- H qualilied endorsement. Nni.tlniiii.il H iclne we know of has such a record H of cures of female ills as has Lydia E. M llnkham's Vegetable Compound. I For more than SO years it has been H...

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. — 28 August 1909

Wnoijiff I SUCCEEDS DR. ANGELL I 1111 111 lllllllll Mil IhlllllHH Harry P. Hutchius. dean of the i' department Ug- rTsJ II ' the I'nlverslty or Michigan, Will succeed Dr B , p-"ls 111 'amt'R " Angell hr head of the Institution thf W I m "ijrti 1) com'"K year. The board of regents 1ms appoint iaj I i3 I ''(l llim aHinp president. This Is taken to mean k -- fr.S,a III tnat the regents will not select a permanent sue- rl'OrvsSWsfs I ('OHsnr '" '"' Angell, who was recently elected t x. SmvYitf 111 I,resl(lent-enierltua after serving as head of the JrMmnfrw'wny university for 38 years, until next spring. ttfr3lifflr I '",;l" Hutchlns lias served In 1 1 1 - same capacity 7y p I before. It was in the year 1897 1898, during t ri r JuActoCTIL. absence of lr. Angell aa United States minister Jr Jm )! '" Turkey. Rean Hutchlns Is recognized through P7l , i vSjMjj jsU, out the I nlted States as an able lawyer and a ''l'l I If 1 1 &MmfmwY' brilliant educator Under the appointment f I " XWv ''...

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. — 28 August 1909

m The Garland Globe. H SATURDAY, auo. ai, urn. H Here and There. H Miss Lois Peters of Hrijfhnm H was visiting friends here Sun- M The Dtah-IcUaO Sugar Co. H has built 11 iM'at addition to the H house occupied )y W. J. ftroes- H beek. H Mrs. (Jeo. F. BOWOD came uj H from Spanish Fork Sunday H evening to spend a few days in H Ourland. H Miss Vera Kdwards returned H last Saturday evening from a H week's visit with relatives in H Brighnm City. H Miss Janie Yates of Harper H ward was here the fore part of H this Week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. L. VV. Preston. H Joseph Jenten returned Mon- H day from Brigham where he H went to visit relatives and trans- H act business last Saturday. H Miss Millie Corhctt, daughter H of Jos E. ('orbett, returned to H her liome in Bancroft, Idnho, H Monday, after a few days visit B in tin's city. H WINES Htid I.ldiiorH tor Medlelnal H purposes at Hlter Hron Drag Store, it H Mr. and Mrs. Geo Seaman of H Ogden wer guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Welling of H EU...

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. — 4 September 1909

ssssssssssbbIbsbisssssIBHI H !je ftaclatiJ) tiMobe I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET Vol. 4. No 31. Published ot Oarland, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 4, 1909 Married In The Salt Lake Temple. One of Ganland's most popu lar and highly respected young Indies, Miss Hazel May Evans, became the bride of Mr. David Charles Chapman Wednesday of this week, the ceremony being performed in the Salt Lake Temple. The bride is the accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mosiah Evans; is well and favorably known in this city, Salt Lake and Lehi. Mr. Chapman, formerly of Salt Lake, is the stenographer at the office of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. Has made many friends since coming here and is a promising young man of exceptionally good habits. He ig the son of Mrs. Caroline Chapman of Salt Lake City. On their return from a brief sojourn in the state capital, the newly wedded couple will reside in the residence recently vacat ed by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Prim rose on Cutler street, and will be at home to...

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. — 4 September 1909

The Garland Globe H J. A. WUorn. Kdltor A. Manager. H GARLAND UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS B According to th Ka.lt lAko Trlbun, Bl Hen nl en- Sui in il.i tnl will 1 10 a ramll Bb date lor fi' elect ion before the leglsla- Bl Litre or 191 1. Bl M. K. Hall, .i machine man etn Bb ployed in tin- Yankee mine at Kureka, B la In a Salt LftlN hospital In a precar BJ Ions condition, as tin- resu't of a pro BJ mature exiloslon. Bl The Springvllle Canning company Bb has a force or forty persons harvest Bl lug tomatoes. The prospect for the BJ tomato crop there nl present In the Bl bent In the history or the Industry. Bfl Clarence Krnest, the Ogden negro BJ who recently shot anil killed another BM negro, will not he placed on trial un- Bl til January, Illness of the prosecuting Bh attorney causing u iiostponement of H the trial. BJ The commissioners of Indian war B records, who have been In Salt Lake BM since August It), have practically tin- BJ ished their work In Salt Lake county Bl and will now ta...

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. — 4 September 1909

Ground It Under Hit Heel. copwfir tfot or so tmtcorr eft C!l C- "w-r5 ILLUSTRATED BY ZSPS JUT WALTERS SgiBgL 8YNOP3I8. Three girls Ellisabeth, Oabrlolle and Ellse started for Canada to spend the lummer tlicre. On board steamer they ivere frightened by an apparontly dement d stranger, who, finding a bag belonging lo one of them, took enjoyment In scru tinizing a photo of the trio. Ellse shared Iter stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on i sightseeing tour met Mrs. Graham, Anxiously awaiting her husband, who had l mania for Bulling. They were Intro lured to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. 4 cottage by the ocean was rented by the trio for the summer. Elizabeth 'oarned that a friend of her father's was .o call. Two men called, one of them aelng the queer-acting stranger on the iteainer. The girls were "not at home," Hut discovered by the cards left that one if the men was Elizabeth's father's friend. The men proved to be John C. Blake and Gordon Bennett. 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. — 4 September 1909

H The Garland Globe M INDKI'KNDENT. H I A. Wixom, . Editor tad Magf. M Telephone No 52 BSSSSBBJ . TKItMH OK Ml HH llll'IION : Ono year (in advance) 1 '" H Blsnontki -7r' H Throe months 00 H AdvcrtiniiiK rates furnished on up H I'll- 1 Entered aa iwcond-claa matter February 17, B 1809. at the post nfflre nt Garland, UUh, under H I the Act of Con(iM of March 3. 1879. B Hubscrlbers who fail to receive tholr H papers regularly, please notify this office H The Motor Car. H Talk about a circus parade H creating excitement, it isn't in H it with the motor car. When the H car passed through town Mon- H day at 11 a. m., everybody was H in the streets rubbering at the H thing. A. Zink discribed it in H the following terms that fits it H to a finish. He said: "It looks H like a steam boat looking for H water." The car may be O. K., H but the service is N. G. How H long do you suppose the people H of this great valley will be con- H tent to put up with the service! H Not long. The new service c...

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. — 4 September 1909

$250 - $250 PIANOS! Glen Bros Special . , A fine tone, fully guaranteed Piano, in plain case, made to Our Special Order for $250 cash or time. Write for description. We also represent the following HIGH GRADE PIANOS: The Wondeaful Singer Piano. Prices from $300 to $400. The Old Reliable Reed and Sons' Piano Prices from $375 to $425. They have stood the test for 60 years. The Famous Steger & Sons' Piano Prices from $450 to $1,200. One of the World's Best Makes. H & "n A Steger & Sons' t JUU PIAN0 will be given away ABSOLUTELY FREE at the Big 4-State Fair to be held in Ogden, Utah, Sept. 6th to 1 2th. Every visitor to the fair should register at Glen Bros. Booth at the , Fair grounds and receive a ticket on the Piano. It costs you nothing to register and you may be the fortunate one. Glen Bros. Piano Co 2560 Washington Ave., OGDEN, .... UTAH. Darwin's Modesty. On Sunday afternoon Sir John Lub bock, our host, took us all up to the hill-top whence In his quiet Kentish villag...

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. — 4 September 1909

W wo. a.Aiia. . HtMIt H I All Hallows! H College H SALT LAKE H BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS H ( liu bff ini Wrrfnnday, Sfptrmbtr 8. H Clinical, Scientific ana Commercial H couriri. Special department fnr little B noy, nnder tbe care nf a trained H teacher. Gymnaaium and Military Drill B under the direction of ipecial instructor!. H For Irrni and information, apply to H Very Rev. J. J. Guinan, S. M., ! H President. m I HARRY J. ROBINSON H ATTORNEY AT LAW H 304-306 Judto Building, Salt Laka City H Gem of Thought Loet Forever. H Mr .Hugh suddenly turned bn'k Ills H cuff iirnl wrote upon It. It happened B In an interval of tho passing the H champagne. H "Do you often take notes in that B way?" asked a woman who set by him. H much lntrested B "Often," the poet returned, "but the B trouble of it la that when I read It B over the next day I can't for the life B of me make out what the notes are H that I meant' to take. Then the shirt B goes Into the wusli and there's an end H of It. Wh...

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. — 4 September 1909

r . Around the Town. Rest. Mgr. Mosinh Evans of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co., re turned yesterday in o r n i n g from a trip to Twin Falls, Ida. Mr. and Mrs. .Jesse B. Grover of Park Valley are visiting relatives in this eity, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Oleason. A pretty little girl came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. f v Wise of Garland North early 1 I Tuesday morning. All improv- ing. y ., Miss Minnie Nielson of Hunts- ' ville, returned home Monday after a pleasant visit in Gar land, the guest of Miss Louise Clark. I The Primary officers were entertained Friday afternoon of last week by Mrs. Francis McMurtrie and yesterday the Primary children were treated to a watermelon feast at the M City Park. Mrs. J. F. Owens returned Wednesday from the Big Fair at Seattle. Mr. Owens took sick just before they left the fair and got worse on the return trip and stopped off at Willard where he is confined to his bed. They had a very enjoyable trip during which they took in all the sights a...

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. — 4 September 1909

HP laWBWWs.WBllsi H trnt"nPK or fl-j-A citapanttl H DWMnNDS AT $1 50 PER CARAT H While thay last wi are telling a H limited lot of perfect cut, clean dla- H mondi, from half a carat to two B carats each, at the above price. If H ou want a diamond, better see these H it onca. H SALT LAKt Cltr. UTAH H I I All Hallows I College H SALT LAKE CITY I BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS samsl H ' ("! kr ji'hi Wrdnritit?, Srptrmbfr 8. H Clinical, Scientific ud Commercial H cearies. Special department for little H Hon, nader the cara of a trained H taacber. Gymnasium and Military Drill H anderthedirectionof ipecial instructors. "" """ H Very Rev. J. J. Guinan, S. M., B President. r " $ MARRY J. ROBINSON H ATTORNEY AT LAW H 804-808 Jugge Building, Salt Lake Olty H 1 Speaking Well of the Dead. H Dennis ;was doing his best to speak H respectfully Of tho doad. H ".yes," In- Hald, "Mike was a folne H enott 'Honest, straight forward, hard- H fMirkln', glncroua " H "Ginerous?" Questioned Barney m rathe...

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. — 4 September 1909

r I I THOUSAND DROWNED FLOODS WHICH SWEPT MONTE REY, MEXICO, PLAYED FEAR FUL HAVOC. Over Five Hundred Bodies Recov ered, Property Loss of Twenty Million Dollars, and Thousands in Need of Assistance. Monterey, Mexico.--Twelve hun dred, and perhaps more, people per il Ished Friday nlRht and Saturday In H the flood which swept a large portion of this city. Conservative estimates place the property damage at ISO, 000,000. Fifteen thousand people nre J homeless. More than BOO bodies L have been recovered The river has fallen considerably and while still high, the danger Is over. Seventeen and a hair Inches ol rain fell during Friday, Sal unlay and Sunday. The rain was a steady down pour and at no time approaclied a cloudburst. The greatest loss of life occurred Saturday morning between 9 and 11 o'clock, when the large buildings on the south side of the river commenced to crumble. Many of the houses had 1 from one hundred to two hundred i people on their roofs, and all disap peared In the...

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. — 4 September 1909

w HHJ mmt m H The Garland Globe. H SATURDAY, BIPT. 4, 1009. m Here and There. H Curtoii Brown wont to Ogden H Thursdny. H Mn. LftD returned Tuesday H from a trip to Portngo. H John F. Burton was apassni- H ger to Offdon Tuesday. H i W. L. drover and wife were H OjfdsQ visitors Tuesday. H S. C. Williams and .7. M. H Pranke were Corinne visitors H Thursday. H Hheriff Joseph Josephson of H Brighnm was hers n business H Thursday. H Read the ad of the EToulgSr H (Jo. in this issue and profit by H it. Rare Bargains offered H Win, Preston went to Wes- H ton, Idaho, last Saturday owing H to the illness of his mother. H B. F. Booth e and Lawrence H B. Smith were passengers via H the steamboat to Brighara Thurs- H day. H Mrs. Ava Sasser went to H Malad, Idaho, Thursday to file H on a track of land in the Cur- m lew Valley. H Burdett and L. B. Smith came m j down from Clarkston Tuesday. M Rain postponed the threshing H for a few days. HI cliHiulu rUin'H Colic, Cholera and HI Diarrhnea Remedy I...

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. — 11 September 1909

slHH E. H. Harriman, the World's Greatest Railroad Organizer, Died at his Home in Arden, N. Y., Wednesday, September 9th. I l) tifarlonft (SHobc I C O V CR8 THE BEAR RIVER VAL LEY LIKE A ll Ta N K E T I Vol. 4. No. 32. Pi shed atiiarlond, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 11, 1909 I - Passing of Willis Hardman Willis Hardman, who under wont an operation for append icitis at the L. 1). 8. Hospital in Salt Lake lust Sunday, died at mi early hour Wednesday morning at the hospital. The operation was periormod ly physicians of the 0, S. L, Ry, to. The remains were taken to Ifendon for bnrial and impress ive funeral services were held there yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. W. L, drover, Mes- damesF. F. dross,.!. A. wixom, Ed Rogen and W. .1. droes beck of tliis city went over to attend the services, also Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Boofche of Brigham City, who are relatives of the deceased. The sad news of his demise was a shock to the entire com munity ami a severe hlow to his y...

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. — 11 September 1909

I The Garland Globe M J. A. Wlxom, Kdltor & Manner. H OARLAND -- UTAH fefsLaV MM II II II i usssisb) UTAH STATE NEWS H An effort Is being made to organize H state rural letter carriers' iissociu- H llrlghnm City bOMtl of the largest H nmi in';-) tomato orop In yews, bui the H price has dropped to su cents a bushel H The I'lah Copper company has H raised I he ni;i'H or all Greek lahorers H iu Bingham from $l.tl to S.2B per H day, beginning Beptember 1. H All effort Is Im-Iiik mail'' by t he H Manufacturers' association Of Salt H Lake to start a factor:, lor the nia'iil- H faenire of apparatus tor the produo- H tlon of denatured alcohol. H B. c Blnylock, after lingering foi H sev.rai days after being horribly H binned b) the explosion of a gas t .ill u H at i In pickle lactoiy at Ogden, died at H the Ogden general hospital on Bap H tember H Bnperintendenl wtniams, or tie H Moscow mine at MilfOrd, met with a U painful accident while going into the H mine, a rock becoming dislodge I...

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. — 11 September 1909

The manufacture of fine jewelry hau been one cf our principal specialties for more than forty years. We have always stood at the head in this line and today use more men, more ma- I chinsry and more material than any similar plant within seme hundreds of miles. Take the time and visit our' shop. We will show you how we maks fjocd jnwelry. , SALT LARECITY. UTAH I All Hallows! College SALT LAKE CITY BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR B3YS Class begins Wednesday, September 8. Classical, Scientific and Commercial courses. Special department for little boyi, . under the care of a trained teacher. Gymnasium and Military Drill underthedirectionof special instructors. For terms and information, apply to Very Rev. J. J. Guinan, S. 1Y1., President. T TrilTP Advice aa to patent- Send sketch and description of your invention. Harry J. Robinson, Attoruey at Law and Solicitor si Patents, 304-S Jadf a Building, Salt Lake City Sentence Sermons. It la bettnr to be regarded as a !rude than to rot as a menta...

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. — 11 September 1909

H The Garland Globe H INDKl'KNDKNT. H J A. W'ixom, . . Editor and Mnfrr. H Telephone No 52 TK1IMH OK i HH HII'TION: M One year (in advance) II 10 H Six months . 7" H Three montba r, M Advertising rates furni-hcd on up B plication. H Enlrritl an wronil-rlBHH mnlti-r I Vbruary 17. H 1909. at the pout office at Garland. Utah, under H the Acl of Omni .-. of iVIurcti .'I. 1879. m i Bnbsoriben who fail to receive their B papers regularly, please nolify tliisolllee The North Pole ? ? ? H The recent discovery of the M North Pole ly Dr. Predric A. m Oook, substantiates toacertain degree the theory of Matthew M V. Dalton of WilNu'i, that our H earth comprises three spheres H instead of one, as many snp- H pose. Mr. Cook may have B found wlial is supposed to be H the North Pole, bul isn't Mr. H DaltOU'fi opinion thai the pole H lies beneath a Burfaoe ol lee , H worthy of considerable con- J H Ridreationf m Thefacl thai Cook failed toj H ' find the Ten Tribes gives further H a proof that they a...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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