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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 March 1907

4 Mfl bbbbbbbbbI J "! J PREACHER AND THE POET. J Writer Speculates on Shakeapear at I a Churchgoer. jj Probably Shakespeare did his own 1 UHnklng on questions of religion, Bald M ' little, and conformed strictly to tho ex- 'M Istlng order. Still wo question If ho U was a good churchgoer. Tho town .and W church of Stratford had a decided bent H toward Presbyterlanlsm, and there Is reason to think that he did not get I j on well with It In this respect. Illm I j self tho wisest of preachers, ho' does I not seom to have been fond of preach- 1 Ing. That which sounds most like It J and very wlso It Is comes from I Polonlus, whom he calls "a prating old fool." We fear that when ho walked to church with his wlfo ho went no farther than tho porch, but strolled along tho Avon, where ho vsas found by Susanna and Judith on "a glassy bank" In closo converse, with "'daisies pled and violets blue," and "herb o' graco" as became Sunday. And In winter he whs not sorry "when cough ing drowned the pa...

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. — 9 March 1907

BftiMiiiilll5M ..i "I ' "iir " ' "" '" "I'l'i" -' - - ---- "r"'" " I jBF f - - in HHb Bfl I THE GARLAND GLOBE 1 I THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. H J A.Wixom, . . Editor nnd Mngr. Telephone No 22k BJ (Formrly Wratl'a Hutcher Shop.) HH Knlcrol at tecoml-class mutter February 17, flj 190C, ut tha txwt vfllee nt Garland, Utah, under fll the Act of Conrrns of Mnrrh 3. 1879. B Saturday, March 9, 1907. flflflfl IMMiWmHBMMMiMIMiMnMHMMMM H ITEMS OF INTEREST. flfl A II Gtcnton was a Brlgham visitor HB Tuesday. BH Mrs M 0 Hansen spent Saturday in H Urigham. BH Butter paper for nnlo nt this otllco BH 20cts per hundred sheets. BH Jos. Jensen and It Gustav Mlchnolls HHJ went to Suowvillo Tncsdny. Sco the new stock of shelf hardware nt H tboO.W.&M.Co. It H ' Congrotiiliitlons to the Town Hoard for the new lights on our streets. H Barber II F .Miller left Monday for H- Suit Lako City and St. Louis for 11 few HHJ, weeks' visit. ) When making farm loans, call on H Joseph N. Stolil of Brlgham City...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 March 1907

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Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 March 1907

The Garland Globe B H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND - UTAH Terms of Subscription: H One year (In advance) jl.no H Six months 75 H , Three months GO H Advertising rules furnished on nppll- M cntton. M J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I ELIJAH DOWIE IS I CALLED If DEATH H Recently Deposed Head of the H Zionist Church Unexpect- H edly Passes Away. B "Chariot of Israel and the Horsemen B . hereof" Not In Waiting This H Time, and Man Who had a H Remarkable Career Dies H Like Common Mortals. H Clilcngo. John Alexander Dowlo, B In no more, having passed nwny at H 7:40 Satuulay morning, March 9, at H SlilJoh linage, 'Aon City, then- being B present with him when he died only H"- Judge O. N. Barnes, and his two per- H sonnl attendants Oowlo had been In H poor health for the p;iKt live weeks, H but hb death was unexpected. H John Alexander Dowlo was born In M Kdlnbiirgb, Scotland, May 25, 1847. In B 1800 his parents removed to Adolaldo, 1 Australia, where for seven years the H youth was...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 March 1907

(Copyilght, lSbS. luou. b H. U Crocketl i CHAPTER XXVIII. Continued. "How could lie," demanded Joan, i tho soldier's daughter, sharply, "he . f was on dutyl" "Well," answered Margaret, still re sentful and unconsoled, "he would not j havo dono thot before we were mar- Irledl And It 11 only the llrst day wo havo been together, too, since slnco " And she burled her head In her kor I chief. Then carao a knocking at tho door. "Enter!" cried .loan Imperiously, yet not a little glad of the Interruption. Werner von Orseln stood In tho por tal. "My lady," he Bald, "will you bid the Count von I.oen leave his work and take some rest and sustenance. He thinks of nothing but his drill." "Oh, yes, he does," cried tho Prin cess Margaret: "how dare you say It, fellow? Ho thinks of me! Why, even now " She looked once more out of tho window, a smile upon her face. In stantly she drew In her head again Sand spraug to her feet. "Oh, he Is gone! I cannot see htm nnywhero!" sho cried, "and I novor so mu...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 March 1907

mmWmTt'i av" - .r' - IH I I 14, THE GARLAND GLOBE. I If j The Garland Globe ! Published Every Saturday at GARLAND . . UTAH, Terms of Subscription: , ' Ono year (In advance) . SI. GO H i Six months 75 H - Thrco months .SO H Advortlslng rates furnlBhod on ap- H , plication. H Entorcd as second-class matter H, Fobruary 17, 1'jOG, at the postofllce at 1 Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- M I, gross of March 3, 1870. i, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager B ayi , ill J Saturday, March 16; 1907 TO BnEAKINTO SOCIETY. H One Must Be Able to Contribute to the General Qayety. H 8omo ono has said that to got Into London society you must feed people, ntmuso pcorilo or shock people In Now York, according to Oood Housc- H kcoplng, you must at least attract M their attontlon. M , Having onco attracted tholr ntton- M tlon you must mako It ovldcut, if you M nro an outsider, that you havo sonio M thing to bring: Beauty, If It Is con- H splcuous enough; brains, If thoy aro H coined Into tho small chango...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 March 1907

il '""" fll ,H I IUT1H 'STATE NEWS IH A gun club 'hns 'been 'organised at Kphralm. H. Bandy Is to lio provided with a H modern Bcliool building of twelve to IJ fourteen rooms. H Ogdcn Is to have a new hospital, $75,000 haVIng been raised for that B purposo by Rev. Y. M. Cushnahan. I t Tho TJlks of Park City havo de- kldcd to purchase a new homo nnd I " furnish up club rooms nn soon as tho B : furniture can lio Instn B The month just pas v record- H breaker for health In City, as H thcro 'were no contagious diseases ro- I ; ported and only two deaths. Oeorgo Llbby, a resident of Lead I ' rillc, Colo., suicided In a rooming I Iioubo In Ogdcn, taking morphine. No I rcnBon Is known for the deed. I Mr8v Charlotte McGary Sharp, who I came to Utah In 1852 with a hand- I cart company, and had resided In I ! Ogdcn over since, died on tho 7th, Bt at thu age of 91. Daniel W. Thomns, ono of Lehl'a K most prominent citizens and a Black fl Hawk war veteran, died on tho 4th B after a lingering Ill...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 March 1907

Ele ,4. iw.rt...i ii irfii i i l-iq-.--. .. ... - . -- II D0E8 YOUR BACK ACHE? I; Cure the Kidneys and the Pain Will I Never Return. Ml Only one sure way to euro nn uchlng '. back. Curo tho causo, tlio kidneys. :', Thousands tell of H' eflpZ) cures mnilo by Donn's WT H Kldnoy Pills. John C. H, AM Colcmnn, a promt H, BK nont I HL, 8 w n 8 I) o r o, Ga., H iiHflLl 8nn: "For I eUeeftfly yar8 ln' kldnuys H ByjJ woro affected, and 1 Kl my back aclicil dny MM mSMWt I and nlfilit. 1 was mW languid, nervous and larao In I bo MM morning. Doan's Kidney Pills helped M mc right away, and tho groat relief M that followed has been permanent." H Sold by nil dealers. CO cor. a a box. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, II. Y. H Winston Churchill when ho has an H Important piece of writing before him H eats very llttlo meat and cuts his nl H lowance of tobacco In half. He finds H that this regime gives unusual clarity H to bis mind. H Worth Knowing About. H If you need a flrst-class laxative, H there Is no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 March 1907

sH aH t H : : STO(CH aaaamn ihiiimimi r. sE iw W. A. Mitchell, dealer In general merchandise, Martin, Ga , writes: "My wlfo lost In weight from 130 to 08 pounds. Wo saw sho could not llvo long. Sho was a skeleton, so wo consulted nn old physician. Ho told her to try Pet una. "Sho gradually commenced Im proving and getting a llttla strength. Sho now weighs 10G pounds. Sho Is gnlnlng every, day, and docs her own housework and cooking." .into mm J TorPreserving.Purifyin? I and Beautifying the Skin, Scalp, Hair, and Hands. Cutlrors FoB romblnw ddlttta mlIclol "? 11ml propeitlM drlt from cullcura, Iht ital tiki Curt, lch lilt purnl "I MpiwaMout lnrJInli, d in moil nlrtihlDf el owr wlon. holj llirouitioul IM 0lld. D.pol.l liOndm.W ChlItM I1 S"rll, nu dt i nii Aiuinii, ii is"A,',V.iH!lf Bwlon. ll.l AurCuluiuUtAfa., fallwUiuf aaaoa. CorpKololTopr. I Don't Ptish3 11 Tlic Iiorsc can draw the Mffij j load without help, if you jfiW reduce friction to almost if jJffl l isotIsissr by applying IMm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 March 1907

! aaaaLafl F: - -- 'I aaaEr- f THE GARLAND GLOBE 1 I THE GARLAND GLOBE I! INDEPENDENT. U J A.Wixom, . . Editor nnd.Mngr. I Telephone No 22k 1 (Formerly Wyatt'e Butcher Shop.) Entered ai eecond-clats mattar February 17, 1900, at the post ofllco at Garland, Utah, under , the Aet of Congrosa of March 8, 1879. (Subscribers who frill to receive tliclr ' papers regularly, plcnso notify this olllec H! H Saturday, March 16, 1907. H ITEMS OF INTEREST. K John H Walt of Thatcher was lu this H; city on business Monday. H R h Hush spout n few days in Hrigham the littler pnrt of Inst week. Tom Noglmn, proprietor of thu Asahi . Restaurant, was an Ogdcu visitor Sun. M John Who, who recently moved' to l Salt Lnko, was seen 011 our streets one t day this week. aaaaaW M Airs. Ilurdctt Smith returned home Sat- H tirday after an extended visit with re H latlvc lu Ogdcu. Ueorgo Clark of Garland stopped In M this city Saturday enrouto to Logan. H Ilox Elder Report. M Tho Misses Hona Balrd nnd Agnes M Olse...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 23 March 1907

t ' yhtbbbbbi V "" i&BBBBfl k. 'jbbbbb ' -bhbbb bbbbb Subscribe To.dayi-You cannot af- H M h M " B fc BT fll HV I BTBi M V M"Bv H Job Pflnllnfli-Da roa an Ltt Bfll ford to be without your HJ fl ! S fWk IB I Bk Bl Bk V Hi ILU. 3Ut.ni.Nt. BUI lTdi. BBi Paper. Add your name to our BkH Bi H BL WL WW Bl Bl &&. BM Envelopes. Curti. HutUr Wrap. BBi llt of lubacrlbera TO-DAY and BTB Tl JB m BPBt m B mm Bl BTBk 1 etc? If , w print lhro BBi ret lhat.otiE 62 times year for H H H .B HV m H H B B M M M M H thiioflle and oanaatltfy your H U turn of Ont Dollar and n Half H H H H B H HBL H WX I FBL I J iB F X B H Bi 7 H V H wantaandcuaranUaaatlafatclon BB 11 iii iii , i .ii i . . i i I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY M J Z Vol. 2. No. 7. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, March 23, 1907 H mm'm1mmllmmlmmmmMmMmmmmmmmWmmmmmm BBBBI Pointers for Tremont. The following clipping from the Tre mont Times Is a suniplo of the "Jump nt conclusion" "off tlic ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 23 March 1907

The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH H Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (In advanco) ? 1 . r, 0 Six months 75 M Tlirco months CO B Advertising rates furnished on oppll- M cation. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I EXPLOSION OF FIRE DAMP I KILLS SEVENTY-FIVE MEN M Serious Disaster at Mining Village M Near Forbach, Germany, Which B Has Brought Sorrow to B Many Homec. fl Forbach, Gnrmnny. An explosion J of flro damp In nn underground shaft fl of tho coal mlno nt Klelnrossoln, near J here, resulted In tho dcntl of soventy- M five miners and tho Injury of twelve fl others. J Many of the bodies were so dlsflg J ured that thoy wero scarcely recog M nlzablc. Tho work of bringing out M the Injured men and tho bodies of J the dead was very slow, tho galleries being choked with wreckage. J Tho mine belongs to tho Doweu H dels, one of tho 'richest mining rami J lies of AlBacc-Lorralne. H The Dewondols brothers hnvo given . 2G,000 to relieve the lmmcdlato no il ce...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 23 March 1907

(Copyright, 1898, 1900, by 8. 11, Ciockctt ) .CHAPTER .XXIX. Continued. "Madam," sati! Werner, with dignity, "go to Kerns: you must. The en 1 emy Is near to tho city, and jour High- ' noa -night fall Into their hands." "You have heard what I have said!" J&nn tapped the oaken floor with her foot. "But, madam, let mo bcBeech yu " Joan turned from her chief captain Impatiently and walked toward the door of her private apartments. Wer ner followed his mistress, with his hands a llttlo outstretched and a look of eager entreaty on his face "My lady," he said, "thirty years I was the fartMul servant of your father t"o I have served you. By tho momory of those years, If I have sorved you faithfully" " "My father taught you little, If after thirty years you have not learn ed to obey. ' Go to your post!" Werner von Orseln drew himself up and saluted. Then ho wheeled about and clanked out without adding a word more. For a moment after the door closed upon the men, Joan and Margaret stood I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 23 March 1907

H THE OAKLAND GLOBE. S - - - - - ----- - H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at M GARLAND . UTAH, m Terms of Subscription: H Ono yoar (In advanco) $1.E0 H Blx months 75 M Three months CO M Advertising rates furnished on ap H plication. M Entorcd nb eccond-clasH matter M February 17, 189C, nt tho postofllco at M Oorland, Utah, undor tho Act of Con- H greas of March 3, 1879. M i, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, March 23, 1907 SSSJ TMTTIITTTTirTIITTIUMTIi H F L Snook, suction foreman of H the O. S. L., called our attention H to a matter that particularly con- H cerns the parents of our boys. H For some time past, particularly H on Sundays, a number of the bo) s H from this city and vicinity have H formed a habit of going to the de- H pot in time to catch the incoming H train and as soon as the tram H(' nears the station they arc found H& hanging onto the platforms and H riding the train around the yards H during the time it is switch- H ing. Mr. Snook has re...

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. — 23 March 1907

I NE"WS SUMMARY H A denial Is mndo of the. story clr- H culatcd that the Kansas wheat crop H had boon dnmagod by tho "green lug." H Governors of BtnteB have been no H tlfled, by tho war department that H there vll -bo no army maneuvers this H ycar.' H The miners of Charlorol. Uelghim, H In a referendum voto, decided, by H 25,078 nycs against 100 noes, tc H ndopt tho eight-hour workday for all miners. H In n conflict between police and I strikers at Belgrade, Scrvla, flvo ol I tiio strikers "wero killed and twent) I wounded. Further collisions wort I narrowly averted. Eighteen persons nrc known tohavo I lost their lives because of an early I morning flro nt tho Warwick Pottery I company's plant In tho Hooded dls B trlct of Wheeling, W. Va. I The supremo court of the United I States has sustained the stato law of South Dakota requiring a Hccnso of I $200 a year for retailing liquor in any I of tho counties of that stato. Six members of the so-called Allen I county (Ohio) plumbors' tru...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 23 March 1907

l H dr Thoro nro tlioiisnnd.s of dollar H H Vortl1 f Jowolry In our discs, H but Hliould wo not hnvo what H you want, wo can mulco it. Our B IHctory Is tho largest in t)io west. SALT LAKE CITY. UTAIt M FUNNY ACROBATIC BALLET. H Direction! for Rigging Up a Most H Amusing Performer. H You probnblj- liao anions your H frlcnils 8OH10 one who Is envied by nTl H Uio boys becnuao ho can stand upon H hlfl tmnds, and perhaps walk n. few H yards In .that startling position. But H what would ho say If you undertook H to remain In thnt position a wholo H evening? H If you will follow those directions, H sayn Good Literature, you- will sue H cced In surprising as well ns amiMlng H The Funny Acrobats. H your friends nnd (apparently) nccotn- M pllsh a wonderful feat In acrobatics. M First procuro a largo roomy pair of H gloves that wilt fairly ilt your baro H foot, such ob an old pair of long- H sloovcd ones. Draw thorn on and but- H ton firmly nround tho ankles. Now H got an old, shirt, Insert yo...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 23 March 1907

FAr A SHADOW. Worn Down by Five Years of Suffer ing from Kidney Complaint. Mrs. Rcmetho Myers, of ISO South Tenth St., Ironton, O., says: "I havo -worked hard In my Fk. tlmo and havo been I B exposed again and jf fig again to changes of K&(4Hm 4&. wcatllcr- It Is no 'fcflmrJrtiiflr wonlr mY kidneys HLPP gavo out and I went -'y" a" Pieces at last. ' F For flvo years I was fading away and finally so weak that for six months I could not get out of tho house. I was norvouB, restless and sleepless nt night, and lamo and sore in the morning. Sometimes every thing would whirl and blur before me. I bloated so badly I could not wear tight clothing, and had to put on shoes two sizes larger than usual. Tho urlno was disordered and passages were dreadfully frequent. I got help from tho first box of Donn's Kidney Pills, however, nnd by tho tlmo I had taken four boxes tho pain and bloating were gone. I havo been In good hoalth ever since." For -sale by all dealers. GO cents a box. Foster-...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 23 March 1907

HP ' ' r I. THE GARLAND GLOBE I THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. H ) A.Wi.tom, . . Editor and JIngr. I Telephone No 52 Red H (Formtrly Wy&tt'i Ilutchcr Shop.) H Entered ns ccond-cl matter February 17, B 1900, at thu pout olllce at GtlnJ, Utah, under B lh Act of CotizrrM of March 3, 1870. M Subscribers who full to receive their Bb impure regularly, please notify this olllce H Saturday, March 23, 19c 7. I . ITEMS OF INTEREST. B Don't forget to rend tlio "Mull Order" H Article oti pngu two of this Issue. H 311m Mnry Uowvn U visiting relative PH and frlendii In Spanish Fork. H Wines nnd Liquors for Medicinal pur H poses nt Riter Hros Drug Store. J0-tf H P A Nordqtilst returned tho fure purl H of tho week from iv business trip to Og H W R Vunflcct Las been appointed H Justice of the I'citcu for the Sunset pre- H H Cnll on Joseph N. Stohl 'of Brigham H City for your fnrni loans. Ho hns the B money nnd will tmat vou right. tf U Mrs. Vornor Hobson of Ogdcn spent n H few days Inst week In ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 30 March 1907

" f u fWlW W!' M k A H W A Hk Tim M Mk I I Prinllngi-Do you u.. Ultnr H ford to U without your Home M V M ! I M M F Hi ' ,. Statement.. 1)111 llcrul.. , H ! M mVF M iml k&. Bf Envelop... Card.. Mutter Wrap. .,H list of uWribon TO-DAY and TO H M M R I . I W W H 1. per.. etc7 If o. we print tli.m ' etthatonK!liineyearfor H H H H PI - I B V -V V M at thi. offlco An I ran iaU;f y y our HHJ the turn of Ono Dollar an J a Half III f m. - Ml I L B , M L 1 H 1 W B. L W JP wanta and Euarantc aaUafatclon BPJ DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY H 5 Vol. 2. No. 5. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, March 30, 1907 M SEWER SYSTEM ' FOR Commercial Club . and Town Board Unite on the Proposition. J! cutis Eveythlng to Our Growing Town Cost Estimated nt Ct.OOO for Main Lino Property Owners to bo Bo ncflttcd ns Well ns tho Town Gen erally Added to Our Excellent Water-works and Elcctic Light Systems, Now Comci. tho Drainage System Which will Make Giiilund a Metropo...

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. — 30 March 1907

Hi I The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH M Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (In ndvanco) J1.G0 Six months 75 M Thrco months CO M Advertising rates furnished on nppll- B cation. M J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I EIGHT MEN ARE BURIED I ALIVE 8Y All AVALANCHE Were Caught by Mammoth Slide o H Snow and Four Were Dead Be- H fore Their Comrades Could H Dig Them Out. 1 Uclllughnm, Wash. Eight miners H "Were hurled nllvo in an uvnlancho ot H snow nt tho Rrlttanln inlnu on Howo H sound, forty mllus north of Vancouver. H Four wore taken out dead; four wero H rescued. Two Japanese wero In tho H group, and one wait hilled. B Tho men had heeu working In tho H logging camp owned by tho Copper H company, Boeurlng mnterlal to timber U tho mine. About I) o'clock n storm B h over the mountain iinil tho work HI men started down thu Inellno to the H mine. They had not proceeded far H when a huge ninss of snow swept tho H side of tho hill, burying tho men In H its H Fell...

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