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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 13 April 1907

Hl aawBBBBBBBB -"-bbbb -HONEST MEDICINE" t i i TRY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR STOMACH TROUBLE. Convincing Evidence Supported by a Guarantoo That Must Convince Tho Most Skeptical. Dr. Williams' Piuk Pills aro a doctor's proscription, used by an eminent prac titioner, and for nearly a gcuoratiou known as n rcliablo household remedy throughout tho United States. Need, less to say, no advertised modiclno could 1 Totain popular favor for bo long a' period '' "without having groat morlt and it is tho invaluablo curotivo properties of tho pills that liavo miulo them a standard remedy in every civilized couutry in tho world. .Added to this is tho absoluto guarantee that tho pills contain no harmful drug, opiate, narcotio or stimulant. A recent ovidonco of their efficacy is found iu tho statement of Mrs. N. B. "Whitley, of Boxloy, Ark., who says: "I had sufforcd for a good many years from stomach trouble For a long time I was subject to bad spells of faintnoss and hvek of breath accompanie...

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. — 13 April 1907

Ik F THE GARLA'ND GLOBE HI THE GARLAND GLOBE H INDEPENDENT. 1 J A.TVixom, , , Editor anil Mngr. Hi Telephone No 52 Red K (Formerly Wyatt'e Ilutcher Shop.) KJ Entered loeond-cUo matter February 17. H.l 1900, at the lost odlco at jkirlaml, Utah, under H .1 the Act of Consre of MarcTs,il879. He , Hj Subscribers wlio full to receive tliulr H ' papers regularly , please notify this ofllco Hi " H Saturday, April 13, 1907. R ITEMS OF INTEREST. H Spring, fit last. H I J K Owens was In Hrlgliam on business H Monday. H Coufcrenco Is over aud good weather H conditions prevail. Hi 11 F Hootho of Hrlgliam was In town H on business Thursday. H Miss Myrtle Jensen went to l-ogan Tlmra- H i day for a two weeks visit. H. County Atty. II C Call was In town on H legal business Thursday. H'i AK Smith, Mgr. It M It Tel. Co , H'f spent Sunday In Ilrlgham. H Wines and Liquors for Medicinal pur- B : poses at litter Ilros Drug more. jO-tf H Miss Eva Hlce has rcturnsd home after B nn extended visit In Salt La...

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. — 20 April 1907

"bb THE GARLAND GLOBE "m I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ' i i , i . . -. .--...- , -,. i. -..- - -- - H Vol.2. No" II. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, April 20, 1907 , " 1 Arbor Day Doings. Arbor Day was generally observed as a holiday by our citizens, Tho Utah Sugar Co. and most of tho business houses being closed all day to glvo-tho employ ees a rest. Tree planting, rubbish burn ing and gcnornl cleaning up was tho or der of the day. At the Qnrlaud public school tho program published in our last issuo was carried out, tho teachers and students engaging Id tree plauting. Base Uai.l Game. Tho base ball gamo at tho Athletic Park in tho afternoon drow a good-sUcd crowd, it being tho first gamo of tho sea son. Peterborough's team crossed bats with Garland's nlnu and tho gamo proved , to be very interesting from start to finish. The Potorsburough nino arc a nicely behaved crowd of boys und their mana- gcr, A 51 Drown, wbs thcro with words of c...

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. — 20 April 1907

Br I HRt . l The Garland lobe H t H Published Every Saturday at M GARLAND .... UTAH H Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (In advnnco) $1.50 H Six months 75 f Throo months 50 H( Advertising rates furnished on nppll- Hj en t Ion. l A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I MANY WILL NOT LIVE I,' UNTIL NEXT HARVEST I H i Millions of People In Russia Must Re' H '( celve Aid From Outside World or H Perish by Starvation. H Ixiudon. Dr. Kcnnard, commission- H cr of tho Society of Frlotids, who was H tent to Investigate tho Iluss'fn fnm- H 1no, writing from Samara, In tho heart 1, of tho famlnu district, under date of H' April .1, nppeals 'o tho United States H' and Great Ilrlliiln to promptly send Hl 'help. Ho says: "There are 20,000,- H' ' 000 peojilo distributed In the south- H eastern province? of Husslii who, H; without aid, cannot llvo to see nn- H. other harvest." ' In Samara alone, tho commissioner ' adds, thousands are dying and 570,- H 000 are starving. Of tho latter only H 372,000 u ro gettin...

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. — 20 April 1907

JOANSMDID (Copyright, 1898, l&ui', by 8. 11. Crockett.) CHAPTER XXXII. Continued. "One other revenge I have whlcb I ehnll keep to the last. It shall be ns sweet to mo as yours to you. I shall 7 draw It out llngerlngly that I may drain all Its sweetness. It Is tho up Btart springald whom tho Princess Margaret had the had tasto to prefer to mc. Not that I cared a Jot for tho Princess. My tasto Is far other" (hero ho looked up tenderly) : "but tho Prln cess I must wpd, as mnld or widow I caro not. i tako her provinces, not herself; ami these must be mlno by right of flcf and succession as well as by right of conquest. Tho way Is clear. That plcco of carrion which men called by a prince's namo was carried out a whllo ago. Conrad, the priest, who Is a man, shall die llko a man. And I, Ivan, nnd Holy Russia shall enter In. By tho right of Mar garet, solo heir of Courtland, city and provlnco shall bo mlno; Kornsberg shall bo mine; Hoheusteln shall be mine. Then mayhap I will try a fall...

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. — 20 April 1907

V' TKfi GARLAND GLOBE. l , The Garland Globe H H: Published Every Saturday at H OAKLAND UTAH, H Terms of Subscription: VL Ono yoar (In ndvanco) I1.G0 H Biz months 7G H Throo months CO H Advertising rates furnished on ar H plication. H v Entored mi second-class matter H February 17, 1000, at tho poatofllco at H Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- H Kress of March 3, 1879. B i, A. Wlxom ,.,. Editor and Manager Hl Saturday, April 20, 1907 B I T TTTTTTTTTTT T T T T T T TTTf TT"fT i Jefferson Day dinners now rnngo from Hj M to 10 a phle. Another rcanlt of "the jt- incroascd cost of living." . & M 1 If tho San Francisco earthquake res tills Hr- I" ridding tho city of graft, it will prove to havo been cheap nt the prlco. H1 "Rcbuko to the fool Is a loss of tlmo," j says tho Bulllmoio American. Not al- Hj ways. Sometimes a swift kick avtilluth H much. H Tho Washington Post Is responsible M . for tho startling statement that tho name H of a Chicago plumbing firm Is Giluu B Barret. Hl It...

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. — 20 April 1907

UTAH STATE NEWS ;Bmory 'county wltl sell about 2,600 acres of potentcd coal land on May 25. The horso fair at Logan has boon postponod until Saturday, the 20th lnat. Statistics Just Issued show that 2, 478 Immigrants arrived in Utah tho past year. Miss Ada Chamberlain, of Vernal, 'h nufforcd a broken leg In a runaway near that place. Tho Ellis of Salt Lake added $1,000 to tho charity fund by their two en tertainments given last wock. Tho annual encampment of tho Grand Army of the Itopnblle will bo held in Salt Lako City on May 1C. Salt Lako City by tho tlrst of Juno will have ono of tho most modern and beat equipped gas plants in tho coun try. Jakka NJangaanos, u Flnlunder, agod 14, was killed at Bingham by an oro train which was running from tho mines to tho depot. Utah educators will ihavo headquar ters of their own at tho convention of the National Educational association to be held at Los Angeles this Hum mer. Tho descendants of tho late Pnrloy P. Prntt hold a. klg family reunio...

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. — 20 April 1907

! H - -- -- . . , H HAD NERVE, BUT NO MONEY. I Hj UJnluoky Man's Modett Request for H Pecuniary Assistance. H Raymond Hitchcock, tho comedian, H "while In Now Orleans a few months Ht :ago, took tho opportunity of going to K i tho races. During tho afternoon ho B 'caulicd Buvorat tlckolH, the result of M cood guesses. IIo was feeling happy m nftor the Inst race, and started for M tho automobllo which was to convey H 'htm back to his hotel. Ah he was M about to climb Into tho machine ho M folt a hand on his arm, and a man H shouted In his car: B "Hello, Hitchcock, how oro youT H Hear you put a crimp in tho bookies to day." M Hitchcock bluflhed and shook hands B shacplslily, not recognizing tho man, HJ and not wishing to Rhow It. ! "Say, I wnnt to speak to you con- Bl fldcntlally," said the Btrnnger. "All right; whnt Is It?" asked tho hh comcaian. HJ "Well, I am up against some hard HJf luck today. They cleaned mo and I HA! want to get home Now, don't let HJ! any ono of theso people sc...

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. — 20 April 1907

ILL FROiyVERWORK NERVOUS PROSTRATION CURED BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS, By Toning uptho Blood and Nerves P- tlant Recovered Weight, Strength and Good Spirits. "Wlion thonorvous system ia brokoa' down from overwork, or wlintovorcauso, Hfo loses its joys. Not only la tho ner vous victim a sufferer himself but ho is usually a trial to tho wholo family. 1 Nervous breakdown is often gradual, ?' appearing nt first to bo merely an unu sual frctfulness. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills tono up tho nerves iu tho most direct way nnd not "only euro minor troubles but serious disorders ns well. Ut. W. W. Munroo, of 10 Hazel Park, Everett, Mass., Rays: "About fouryeara ago this September I becamo all run down from overwork nnd from confine ment to work during warm weather. For two mouths I grow steadily worse I lost in weight and strength and had no appetite. My memory failed mo quite rapidly nnd I becamo iu a very low state, both physically and montaUr. I took no interest iu life, neither in busi ness ...

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. — 20 April 1907

FT p THE GARLAND GLOBE i H THE GARLAND GLOBE $ INDEPENDENT. I J A.Wixom, . . Editor nnd Mngr. I I Telephone No 52 Red H 1 (Formerly Wytt's Butcher Shop.) Hj I Entered M ucond-cUu mutter February 17, H M 1904, at the peat omee at Garland, UUli, unilor H ?. th Act of Connrcst of March 3, 1879. Hi 1 Subscribers who full to rcccivo tlielr HI t pa peri regularly, please notify tills ofllco H Suturday, April 20, 1907. I ITEMS OF INTEREST. Hjl Jos. Jensen was In tlio county ecnl IBI Monday and Tuesday ou business. m J W Leu is nnd wife spent tlio fore part H of the week In Plain City vlsitlug rela tives and friends. W H Bootho, 8r. . of Brlghnm. spent Tuesday In town tho guest of Mr nnd Mrs. M A lloothe. J? I) 11 Foulger nnd JllssEssio Evans re- HJ2 turned Wednesday ovenlng from n few Hj! days visit In Ogdcn. HJ Law-reneo Snow of Provo, brother of HJ Mrs. J F Fcatherstotio, lias tiecurcd 11 H position at tlio llootho Merc. & Prod. Co. He Uliolco farming land In the best locn- H' tions ...

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. — 27 April 1907

BBBMtHMMsHHMtHittsHtliiiHsisiHs TSftasas Till? P A D I A MH fll A HIT "smjs I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY M Vol. 2. No. 1 2. i Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, April 27, 1007 H NEW MAIL ROUTE FOR GARLAND! Garland is jubilant over the good news received that the new Mail Route from this city via Snowville to Stone, Idaho, is an actual fact and feel considerably repaid for the hard work done in securing the service. The Town Board, Commercial Club and the people of Garland are to be congratulated for their efforts in this matter and Snowville and Stone are to be praiied for uniting with us in helping to secure the new route. ( Rep. Jos. Howell has worked like a beaver to secure the route and his efforts have been crowned with sue cess, The new service begins Monday, May 6th. Following Is tlio notice posted la the Gnrlnml postoITcc: 8tam Route Mail Service. Postofllco Dept., olllce of tlio Second Asit. l'ostmustcr General, Division of Coutrn...

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. — 27 April 1907

HKu . 1 I The Garland Globe B Published Every Saturday at M GARLAND .... UTAH H Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (In advanco) $1.60 H Six months 76 H Thrco months 50 H Advertising rates furnished on nppll- H cation. H -J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager SECRETARY WILSON AFTER CROOKED MANUFACTURERS h Threatens to Publish a List of Manu B facturera Indulging In Campaign M of Deception. M Washington. "If this outrageous m misrepresentation does nut ceuso, thu M department will publlBh a list bearing M tho named of manufacturers ludulg- M lng In this campaign of deception." B Secretary Wilson of the department M of agriculture made this remark In M an authorized statement regarding tho B, Tact that there had come to his ktiowl- M edgo information that a number of M manufacturers of foods and drugB M wero freely advertising that thu B United States government was gunr- B nntcclng their products. Thu secro- B tnry said that thu serial number nud fl guaranty number required by tho ptiro H foo...

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. — 27 April 1907

! (SildlGffi.SratLQS INFORMATION WANTED. Stranger Beg pnrdon, sir, but you Jw 'have It In your power to do mo n r green, fnvor, and ono that I will gladly Banfcrtxpt (sadly) 17 I am afraid ou hare made a mtBtnko. 1 am of no uso to anybody. 1 liavo Just failed for lialf a million, with no assets. "So I heard." i "You know It, and yet you say I i can bo of scrvlco to you7" I "Yes, sir, I beg you will not re- I fuse." . "Hut what can n miserable bankrupt I llko mo do for any ono?" ' "1 want you to tell mc, sir, how , you got so much credit. I am from Chicago." i Value of Experience. S Fond Mother Why, my dear, what j is tho matter? J Daughter (recently married) Hoo, hoo! My husband doesn't lolovo me tiny more Ho didn't kiss mo when ho came home, and he ho kept edg- Ing away from mo whenever I went near him; and and now he's In tho library, and don't wnnt don't want to bo disturbed boo, hoo, hoo! Fond Mother Calm yourself, my dear, lie loves you as much as over, but I supposo ho has tak...

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. — 27 April 1907

; ' THE GARLAND OI.OBE. 1 1 The Garland Globe H jj Published Every Saturday at M GARLAND UTAH. H k Term of Subscription: H One year (in advanco) 11.60 H Six months 75 H I Throe- months SO H Advortlfllng rates furnished on ap- H i; plication. M , . H i Entorod ai second-class matte H Vobruary 17, 190C, at tho postodlco at M Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- M Kress of March 3, 1879. M i. A. Wlxam .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, April a7, 1907 m -- tt ttttf t-t-r-rt t 1 1 t-r-Tr-rr H' It is with considerable pleasure H and satisfaction we announce to H the public that the new mail route H from Garland via Snowville to H Stone, Idaho, will soon be n real- H lty. Through the eflicient work H of Rep. Howell, coupled with the H united efforts of the Town Board, H Garland Commercial Club and H the citizens of Snowvtlle and H Stone, Idaho, the service was H secured. Beginning early Monday H rooming, May 6th, th mail will H leave Garland for Snowville and H Stone and the mail from tho...

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. — 27 April 1907

UTAH STATE NEWS A windstorm at Green River blow Sown the roof -and part of the wall ol the -new .jail. Or con Tlver Is to have -an artlflclal 4ce plant, thus solving a serious prob lem for tho .lco man. Fred Skinner, "who once lived lc Bait Lake City, was killed In mine cavedn -in Colorado last week. Tho "Wobor county commissioner! ' are taking steps to fenco tho road In Ogdon canyon at tho dangorous places. "While playing ball, J. Edward Gtbbs, of West Portage, broke his jaw bone, as the result of colliding with anothot player. The school at Sprlngvllle has gath ered together a largo number of works of art which will form the nucleus of an art Institute. , Mrs. Jakcman, of Sovlor county, had her arm broken In a runaway. Her four children, who were with her, escaped uninjured. Francis Hartley, living in the upper I part of Washington county, was found dead in his cabin. He had fallen and struck his head on the hearthstone. Tho estate of William T. Hooley, who was shot and killed by ...

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. — 27 April 1907

HK. EH LbbbV jf n 1 11' A MISSOURI WOMAN m- 1; Tails a Story of Awful Suffering and I Wonderful Relief. i Mrs. J. D. Johnson, of C03 West M Illcltmaa St, Columbia, Mo says: m "Following an operation two years tBWel ngo, dropsy set In, and my left side was so swollen tlio doctor said lio would have to tnp out tho water. Tlioro waH constant pain and a gurgling f. scnsal Inn nround my J lioart, nnd I could not ralso my arm nbovo ' my head. Tho kid- - ney action vns dlsor- H dercd nnd passages of tho secretions H too frequent. On tho adlco of my H husband I began using Doan's Kidney H Pills. Slnco using two boxes my trou- H Wo has not reappeared. This Is won- . dcrful, after suffering two years." H Sold by all dealers. CO cents u box. H Fostcr-Mllburn Co.. Iluffalo, N. Y. H Out of HI Line. H A man living in the country far H i from any physician was taken mid- H I denly 111. Hit. family, In great alarm, M ) not knowing what to do, sont for n M i neighbor, who had a reputation for M , do...

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. — 27 April 1907

SSpSSpSSpSSK A Watch for a Doilar -Or ft Diamond NrrkUrs fur 820,000 rH trlvei the name rnreful attention from ns In .election, for ne guarantee everything roil liujr of tin, SALT LAKE CITY. UTAft "v ,w ' Insect Processions. Among tho curious sights some limes witnessed by entomologists arc tho "processions" formed by tho lar rao of a moth inhabiting plno trees In tomo parts of France. They march In slnglo flic, and tho leader spins a thread which Is added to by Its follow ers. A procession consisting of 114 of these larvao was seen last April In tho woods near Arcachon. Tho pro cessions aro formed both at night, when tho creatures mako excursions from their nest to feed on tho young leaves, and In tho daytime, when they Icscend to tho ground to seek n placo In tho Band whoro they may burrow ind pass to tho pupa stage A kind of fly was observed attacking tho procession abovo mentioned, to lay Its eegs In the marching larvao. WAIT FOR THIS. Only $30 round trip to California, via Salt...

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. — 27 April 1907

rjii "V -" ""aaaaaaaaaaaaaa Hi' -.- ::' THE GARLAND GLOBE H aH - a ' - i THE GARLAND GLOBE M INDEPENDENT. H J AiTVixom, . . Editor itnd Mngr. t Telephone No 52 Red H (Kormrl Wjatl'a Butchar Shop.) Hj Entarod as sccond-cUaa matUr February 17. H IMS, at Hi poit ofllco at Garland, Utah, under H ' tha Act of Concrcaa of March 3, 1879. M 1 Subscribers who fall to receive their H , paper regularly, please uotify this ofllre H Saturday, April 27, 1907. , j ITEMS OF INTEREST. M II F Bootho of Brlghaui was In town H Thursday. M 0 W Knudiou of llrlghsm was lu town H last Saturday , H Stake Tithing Clerk 8 N Leo was In H Garland Monday. H Jos. 11 Foulgor of Ogden spent Wed- H nesday lu town. H Mr. and Mrs. L J Soinscn wcro Brig- H , ham visitors Monday. M Mr. and Mrs. T F Coombs of Fielding H r wcro lu town Tuesday. H Wm. Preston visited relatives In Wes- H ' ton, Idaho, tho foro part of the week. H ' Wanted To buy n good work team M j weighing about 1200 each. See N L H jl Brown. It H j Mrs. ...

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 May 1907

tsH 4mm THr nn w w w fk W W fk TL T W " V Tl ? job H foul tn be without J our Hom HJ K .V W BL I , fl BBlVE Bsl r.nvlot. CarrtJ. Uuur Wrftt r. H TaM k. Add rour name to our BBBMlV M - W BT W I ll H H H s4 H H H BBBsV 1 u7 If in, vr print thorr H iUt tubacrtUn TO-DAY nJ TB HI ft M m HV JA I H JB M H at thi olTlce xnd utn wtlxfi reur H intthaoLOKGZUmnkrnrfor H B Hm H AlBBBBi 1 H H V k H H .4 W V H H H wahu unit KimmnlK-iuilUfntcU.il 1 Ko.umofOn.DolUr.nd.nalf MJ Ji tk M M L M.W M M M J MF MM M DEVOIED IO I UK INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol. 2. No. 13. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, May 4, 1907 1 j Wedding Bells. EVASB-FOULOBR. Wednesday at tbo Salt Luke Temple tlio niitrrl.go of Miss Esslo Evnns nnd lUvid I) Fnnlter, both popular nnd high l respected young people of our city, was jolemnlml. Mini Evnns Is the accomplished daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Mosiab Evhus and her friends nre numerous. Mr. Foulger it tho ion of Mr and Mrs. Fred Foulger of Ogdcn. He...

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 May 1907

HP fl The Garland Globe ' 1 Published Every Saturday at I1 J ' GARLAND .... UTAH i'! Term of Subscription: l , no ycnr (In advanco) 11.60 I! UL 81x months 75 II k M Thrco months f.0 II p, W Advertising rates furnished on nppll- I 1 cation. Wu ." J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager ' DAGGER FAR THE I - HEIR TO THRONE I' l.; Anarchist, Heavily Armed, is I Found Lying: in Wait for I ', Prince Albert. i BE i H ' Three Other Men Found In the VI H I clnlty And Placed Under Arrest, H ' Having Admitted That They H Were French Anarchists. !i Brussels. An atmiclilst, armed with n dagger, a loaded revolver and other I weapons, was arrosted on Thursday J In a church whoro Prlnco Albort of Bel glum, ucphow of King Leopold and hell presumptive to tho throne, was ahout to visit. Ono of tho attendants of the flfl , church accidentally discovered tho Ml i man hidden In a confessional box, HI locked tho door and called tho police. Bfl ' Later thrco other anarchists, similarly BflJ armed, were arrested In ...

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