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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 4 May 1907

Jfermattiettt ilnftoettr:? nHtje Skater Ijum Pag (gnimi By PROF. BRANDER MATTHEWS, of Columbia University. HBBKHHL iVJ nu f tlio lioat ways to test tho permanent oleet HHBM&& of 1 lie thentcr on Iho ptihlic is to note tlio verdicts oi " W iWy playgoers on thu productions of a season or two. The MyL. JmM successful play is tlio popular play, per bo. When the 9 jWffjHl'1'0'''0 s'l' K'nK " m' t ,'10 performances cease. In W ul&ffltn1'1 COUI,cctio it is interesting to know that all the 1 WK'i&JfyPyt1 lrnm"J's',' L'mi Shakespeare and Moliero, first j Bndf flPviQ w ro'u or ",u heater us a commercial proposition Ic BEjugjBJpfl j,onst and nnuiso tlie public. After thoy obtained roc 8 munition the finer things that were in them finally and B) invariably came out. SB Tlio general lesson of the theater must therefore he sought among the H theatergoers themselves. This raises the question of what may bo called. BJ for want of a better term, the morals of a crowd. The code of mor...

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 May 1907

Bp ' ' "$ "" " ' ? , & P7 ' ' ' ' LLLLHbe SB aH jj ' tTJf.fi GAASD 0LOB.- 1 IHHu. 1 1 rwMllMillil JtHlli.ll i S SfciaHi SkWnt-im - " - -i - frf-l rr - ririMaiii im ia .. a i aMm 1 nl ' . " .. M II The Garland Globe Bl Publlthed Evory Saturday at HI GARLAND UTAH. Hn Termi of Subscription: Hi Ono year (In advnnco) S1.60 Bf Blx monthu 76 Hl Thrco months . CO H$ Advertising rntcs furnished on a? H , plication. j . H Entered a second-class matte H February 17, 1U0C, at the postofllce at H1 Garland, Utah, undor tho Act of Con- H ress of March 3, 1879. Hj 4. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H'f Saturday, Mny 4, 1907 SH TTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTT T T TTTt T T H It is noted in correct Huston H that a stork has juat paid a visit Hj to u family of Cranes. $ H , It may be the weather is trying H I to please both those who demand H to catch fish and those who want H to catch colds. H H There must have been some H unwritten law in the Thaw case, H ' for the books would not contain H , all the law th...

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 May 1907

flT 1 MINES AND M"N1TO "" .Ttfft roiTuctlAji or-copper 'In-( tho K United States In 1900 -was -017,620,000 If pounds. It Another striko has been 'niado In i t the City 'nocks company's t property, J ; at Alta. j i The now camp of Hegcnt, 35 miles southeast of Fnrrvlow, Nevada, Is ' booming an'd tho ttilncs showing up well. J & "Wonder and Falrvlow, Nevada, arc ; "both on tho grow, Ifalrvlow especially I toeing unaffected by tho present stock ) J slump. i 1 Thomas Weir and N. J. Catrow, of i Salt Lake, havo purchased tho Win ' namuck mining property at Bingham I for $50,000. ' ! The demand for good minora at Sll- ! i vor City, Idaho, oxecods tho supply ! ty a conr.Wornblo number, at loast 100 men being needed. Tho Novnda Engineerings workB at Bono, Novndn, has been burned to tho ground. Defective wiring Is supposed to bo tho cause. Loss, $G,000; Insured. Operations at tho Western Nevada Copper company's Dyer mines at Yer Ington are now being vigorously pushed and with results bor...

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 May 1907

HW ill i iiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiHixmmiiiiwiiwwjit nm t I I A HIPPO ADVENTURE. ! TRUE 8TORY OF A HUriTER'8 THRILLING ESCAPE. HI Hiige Beait Drops Dead From Effect B' of First Bullet Just as It Is About HF to Crush the Helpless Hj'' Hunter. Hi Wo snt together, Cooktdoy nnd 1, i' liavlng our evening pipe. H.' "Thnt Ih a curious ring ou nro H' wearing," I nnhl tn thu well-known Hj hunter, trndor, and slnco successful H etorokcoper and farmer. Hji "Vc8, It Ih." ho replied, taking It oft Hj Ills finger mid hnndliig It to me. Hj "Wlint is more, It was a Htrango nil- Hi venture that Induced my ulfo to linvo H'r it nindo for mo. I call It my crest." HJ' I looked at It closely. It was a mas- H' Rlvo gold ring, nnd ns well as I could Hj make out by the fast fading light, the Hj, shield bore tlio cngtnvlng of a hippo's HJ; head, with thu butt-end or a rllle stick- Hji Ing out of thu bunsl'B mouth, Hj' "One Sunday, when living somo- H where to tlio north of the Trnusvaal H border," said Cooksloy, "I ...

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 May 1907

"THE MARHYINQ SQUIRE." Justice Geo. E. Law, of ) Brazil, Ind., Has Married HOC'Coudles. Justlco Geo. E. Law, of Brazil, Ind., has fairly earned the ,tltlo "Tho Mar rying Squire," by which ho Is known far and wide, having Pj already married sorao R 1400 couples. Ton JHSk'li years ngo ho waa W.VJA Deputy County -, acBllB Treasurer. "At that P J&fl&W tlmo," Bald Justlco PPrK I'aw " wns BUffcr jBrJf ins from an annoying tK y kidney trouble. My I back nclicd, my rest was broken at night, and tho passages of ttie kidney secretions were too fre quent nnd contained sediment. Three boxes of Doan's Kidney Tills cured mo In 1897, and for tho past nlno years I havo been freo from kidney complaint and backache." Bold by all dealers. CO cents a bos. Fostcr-MHburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Rsmarkablb Typewriting Feats. A woman In a typewriting contest In Paris recently won a victory over moro than 160 competitors by writing 16,500 words In four hours. A man wroto 17,000 words, but ho mado so man...

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 May 1907

mi' 1 W THE GARLAND GLOBE H THE GARLAND GLOBE i I. ixdepexdeKt. H;, J A. TVraovt, . . Editor ftM3Tn;r. K Telephone No 52 Red 1B9 (I'ontwthr Wyull'i Butcher Shop.) i, Entered aa McotiJ-cIasn matter February 17, ijjj' 1900, at th pout office at (Jutland, UUh, under H f th Act of ConttrcM of March 8..1679. H Subscribers who fall to receive tlit-lr B papers regularly, ilca8e notify thUofllce H Suturday, May 4, 1907. I ITEMS OF INTEREST. B Joe Olscu was a Drlgliam visitor Hun- )ny. H Mrs. A Murlo was iu Trcmout on busl- H tio3 Tuesday. H Mrs. J A Wlxom spent Sunday and H Monday In Hrlglmm City. H Mr. and Mm, .1 0 Wlieelon were visit- H Ing relatives iu C'orlnno SumUy. H Mrs, D CZItzmnn of Lakeside, Utah, H spent Saturday last In thU city. H A lino son arrived at the homo of Mr H and Mrs James .Iciiflcn Monday night H Tim Covert of Evans Bros. Co.' of Oil- H Huston, was iu town on business Thtira- B day. H Fob Sale Chicago Cottngo Organ In Hi. flrstelass condition. For tormi apply lo THEd...

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 May 1907

v -&Tsri...TlH?--- CI A Of Aftlft fll ft HIT ,o"i llnof tcritTfl TO-DAY nd TB ! V Mm I' " 11 II I V I I I ff1" ' ' ; .rtS&FS mi' H ssiSffjarass . I I . j J , XTL4JLfXlm.A 11 JM p 111 J t:yr.tti,. tH DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK. GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY ' ' H " ' ' . .. , - - "7W . Vol.2. No. 14. Published at Gorlflnd, Utah. Saturday, May II, 1907 H M Garland Town Board. The Town l5oftl met In regular session Tuesday cvenlug, May 7tb, full board present. Prest. Jobn T Lant, commlttco of one, appointed to Investigate; tlio drninngc svslnm on Factory St,, submitted report mid profile map of bis Investigations, vvhli h was accepted. Motion mndo and carried that drainage work according to prolilo be commenced and bids advertised fur Matter left in bands of Prcst. Lant. T II Edwards and T E Sccrlst, com mltlce nppolnted to secure a practice room 'for tlm Military Band, reported I bat tiu.sultnblo room could be secured and tbat they Intel granted the Hand the use of ...

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 May 1907

ssBfofflr ''"" fir H The Garland Globe H Publlihed Every Saturday at fl GARLAND .... UTAH H Term of Subscription: H Ono year (In advanco)... $1.50 H 6lz months 7fi H( Thrco months GO H Advertising rates furnished on nppll- H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Managrr I SOCIALISTS HISS PUT ID WAVE THE 10 FLAG H Twenty Thousand Attend New York M Demonstration for Moyer, Hay- M wood and Pettlbone on Sat- M urday. M Now York. Two long linos of men H nnd women, piubnbly 20.000 of them, H trailed tluough tlm streets of tho up- M per nnd lower east sldo on Saturday H ns it demonstration of their sympathy H for Moyer, Haywood and Pettlbono, H offlclnla of tho Western Federation of H Minors. A part of tho paradora crowd- H cd Qrnnd Central placo to wind up Ht the demonstration In ono of tho big- H gest union lnbor and Socialist meet H lngs seen In New York in a long M Thcro wns no disorder. Hero and thoro would como n fnlut cheer, par- M tlcularly on the downtown strcots, but M ns a rulo tho crowds vlow...

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 May 1907

' THE DELUGE 1 Vv DAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS, Author of "77&COSa&c 3 I MR. BLACKLOCK. 1 When Napoleon was about to crown 9 ''himself so I luvo somowhero road I thoy submitted to him the royal geno- nlogy they had faked up for him. Ho crumpled the parchment and Hung It In the face ot the elite? herald, or who ever It was. "My lino," svd he,' "dates from Montenytto." And o 1 say, mj line dates Iron, the campaign that ci' nipletcd and established my fame li om "Wild Week." I shall not pause to rcclto tho de tails o tho obscurity from which I emerged. It would bo an Interesting, n romantic story; but It Is a familiar Btory, also, In this land which Lincoln so finely and so fully described when ho said: "Tho republic Is oppor tunity." Ono fact only: I did not tako tho namo lllacklock. I was born Hlackloclc, and chris tened Matthew; and my hair's being very black and growing so that a lock of It often fulls down tho mldfllo of my forehead Is a coincidence. Tho malicious and Insinuating...

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 May 1907

nV II H THE GARLAIID GLOBE. I IIH Wl0mammmmmitt1kmmmtmmmmwmmmammmMmmmmmmwmmmwmmmmmmmmmMmwmmmmmmmmmwmmmimmimmmmmtmimmmimMtmil Mill' I sxiTTr"""-rTiTlTrraTriTrsTs n 1H I ' W Garland Globe H Published Bvery natural at H OARLAWP UTAH. Term of Subscription: H One. year (In advanco) il.RO H Mix knontks -. .70 H three months SO H ' Advertising ratei furnished on ap H plication. H Entered a second-chug matte February 17, 190G, at tho postofllcn at B Garland, Utah, undor the Act of Con m cress ot March 3, 1870. fl A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, May n, 1907 -A.A a a a a "..illiiiiili B Keep Money at Home. H The Garland Town Board, Com- H mercial Club and the business H men are' outlaying considerable H money in beautifying the city by H graveling and grading the streets H and preparing to put in the big H sewer plant. They will spend an H immense amount of money in this H worthy improvement before the H coming winter and it is encourag- H ing to note that the money is being H sp...

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. — 11 May 1907

UTAH -SMTE WWS Tho Indian -V?ar votcrana will bold their next annual encampment at Ne phl, somo tlmo' during Avigust. A bear hunt 1b being organized at Mantl, tho bear in that section having caused Lcrlous losses to cattlomun. Much of tho fruit la reported ''to have been killed nt Alpine, Utah cotin ty, as a result of tho recent cold weather. PThe first elcctrlcnlly-drlven 'flour mill In southern Utnh Is tie Rich flold roller mill, Power was turned on last week. Tho threatened Btrlko of tho electri cal workers of Salt Lake lias been averted, tho men being granted an In crease In wngos. Tho lato freeze made it npces3nry (or somo of the Mantl beet farmers to roplant tholr fields. Doublo of tbo ncrcago la planted this year. Mrs. Roso Manning, who was ac cused of shopllltlng nnd searched in an Ogden store, has- sued tho owners Of the storo for $5,000 damages. Mnlllo and Florenco Parsons, sisters aged 14 und 12, were severely injured In S?lt Lake by colliding with an outonnbllo while ibl...

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. — 11 May 1907

WW1 I BILL ARMOURS SUPERSTITIONS Hi TOLEDO manager has peculiar H IDEAS ON HOW TO WIN H DALL GAMES. I BROOM HIS STRONG POINT Hi Duster Has to Be on Right Side of Hi, Plate or He Knows He Cnnnot M Win How He Selects His Pitchers BBj His Tramp Mascot, Picked Up In B Philadelphia, and How He Won Hi Games for Them. Hill Armour, who will inniMRO the HH Toledo team of thu American asiHOcln- HB Hon thlH hcibom, mid who formerly HB lind cIiiiiko tit Clnvclniitl anil Dutiolt. HH Is tino of thn moil HiipcnUltloiiK inpii BBJ lu iKiHulnill It'H a known fart Hint HJ very IiuhoIimII mummer lius IiIh Hiipor- HH ntltloiiH, lint Arnioin linn a million, HH moro or IcsR. HH It Ih ciisloiniiij on evuiy Amorlcnn HH .league groumlH lo liavo a liioom or HH '(ltistur for the uiiiplw'H us, to keep HHJ ;tho homo pinto olenu. Aionnd tlio HHJ iliroom or ilustcr IiImrcs one of Ar- HHJ .moiir'H HtoiiK(.st Hiijiornt ItlotiB. Gun- HHJ tftrnlly the umpire throw h tlio broom or Hi ulitHtcr to the left of tlio pinto,...

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. — 11 May 1907

, GENUINE LUDLOW WAGONS Genuine Ludlow Wagons for carrying passengers or ptodnco, oicell all oiberet one reason being their pejullar else- lo spring, or irhlchallght load Is amoolhlT canted, and a lie-ivr load will not lirlnir the eprlngi toitothor. 1 hat la a lliiht load of llaap bcrrlei or n hcavr load of Melons are both hauled eatlafaotorllj nllhtha) Hesse-Ludlow Wagon Solo scente for llaln Wngona Stewart 8 torn, McCornilek Machines, lted Tag 'lnlno, U. 8. Cream Separators, Hnoir Ball Waahlng Ma chlnea, Klo Vohlcloa and Ilarnom to ault yonr or anr other irons requirements, no matter now exacting they mur to. Wrlto or call. Hatlsfnctorr terms and prlcea. Consolidated Wagon & Machine ! Company i LeaJIni Implement Dealers Utah and Idaho George T. Oiell, General Manager i llouJtj at Salt LaK: O&dtn, Lejan, I Idaho FalU and Montptlltr. I You don't pay a cent To lime your witch regulated ut onrstorc, aiml only tlm prim or II rat class work to have It required. We employ more wa...

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. — 11 May 1907

Lmmmw -e- ; 'V 1 kBbv sHT I ' THE GARLAND GLOBE I m mm iii - - m H THE GARLAND GLOBE r INDEPENDENT. HL J A.TVixok; . . Editor and Mugt. BP' ' Telephone No 52 Red H (Formatly Wyatt'a tlutlirSliop.) ' EnUmt aa aeoorubcUM nuttier February 17. H IKt. at the pott omc at (larlanil, Utah, uiulor H the Act of Conercaa of March 3. 1S79. H Subscriber.1! who fail to recolvu their H paper regularly, plcasc'tiotify tliU office H Saturday, May n, 1907. H AllAlAAAliU.,iAli.Aili,ii,4iA H ITEMS OF INTEREST. H Ice wanted (?) II F Hootlio win here Thimduy. U It J Tritnticl of Suit Lake was In town ' B a day or two this week. Ilyrum Jcnson of Colllnston was la U town ou business Monday, Miss Nora Sasser was n llrlgham vlsl- tor the foie part of the week. C Steffonsoti, living Botitli castof town, I ' was Id Qnrlacd on business Tucsrtny . Wines nnd Liquors for Medicinal pur B poses At Rltcr Bros jrn More. JW-tf t FOR SZ-IT '1'ouialo plants. C. StftTtf iisoii, Northeast of old Creamery !.' H Itct. Msr. M...

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. — 18 May 1907

bws8 THF CADI A KITI HI kORF "ssiass'" I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GRKATHEAR RIVER VALLEY ' H Vol 2 No. 15. Published at Gdrland, Utah. Saturday, May 15, 1907 H ' - "- H Consolidation of School Districts. A movement la no foot to consolidate th". v&tlouB school dlitrlct o( Botolder eojiity u in Weber county and otber couuttar ot the stato. Co. Supt. A E Jensen, appeared at the lnnt meeting of the Board of County Commissioners and requested that the school districts be consolidated. Action was deferred. J 0 Cutler and James Qarbanatl of Hnowville were In .town Wednesday and expressed themselves, and the sentiments ot the people of that place, as being op pined to tho cotiio lidtlon movement. A petition has been sent from Snow llle to the County Commissioners re questing them to defer action until the mutter has been thoroughly ventilated. & In conversation with h number of our hailing L'ltizntis we find that tho consoll ilutlon question Is not thoroughly und...

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. — 18 May 1907

H f H TJi.e garland Globe L'i ' ' . Hf rPubll(hed'Every"a?urday at V GARLAND . , . UTAI-J HHiHi Terms of Subscription: IOno year (In advanco) $1.50 Six months 75 m i Tliroo months CO H I Advertising rates furnished on appll- H cation. H s. . B J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manage I HAYWOOD -HAS BEEN DENIED Jl BILLOF PARTICULARS H Motlon'OVerruled by Judge And Ex- H ceptl'on Taken by Council Work H of Securing Jury Has Degun. B Uoljo. By overruling tlio motion ol B tlio defensb for n bill of iartlculara fl ccttlng fot-th what overt acts, If nny, H , thcro we're,, to connect tlio nccuscil H with tlio murdor of fortnor Governor M Frank Stouncnberg, Jitdgo Fremont fl Wood nf tlio dlHtrlct court of Ada H county elenred tlio way for the trlnl M of William IX Hnywood, secretary of H tlio Western'' Fcdcrntlon of Miners, M which began Thursday. Judgo Wbod m held that the' request of Haywood'u H counsel for a moro explicit statement H of tho chargos again tho prisoner H ennio too late, rognrdloea of...

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. — 18 May 1907

"" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " V'"'" " ii i i THE DELUGE By DAVID GRAHAM PHttURS, Author of "77ECQSZWe CHAPTER III. Continued. "We'll fix It up later, Blncklock," said he. "All rlBht," said I. And from that jnlnuto I was almost silent. It was something In her tono and manner that silenced me. I suddenly realized that I wasn't making as good nn Im pression as I had been Haltering my self. When a man has money and Is will ing to spend It, ho can readily fool himself Into Imagining ho gets on grandly with women. Hut I had bet ter grounds than that for thinking mysolf not unattractive to them, as n rule. Women had liked mo when 1 had nothing; women had liked mo when they didn't know who I was. ( felt that this woman did not llko me. And yet, by tho way sho looked at mo in spite of her efforts not to do so, I could toll that I had soma sort of unusual Interest for hor. Why ,& tlldn't sho llko mo? Sho mado mo feel tho reason. I didn't belong to her world. My ways and my looks offend ed hor. Sho...

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. — 18 May 1907

K .; : I B 1 .H v 9 M THE GARLAND GLOBE. 1 Hl - - . - y. I B The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at M ' OAKLAND UTAH. f Terms of Subscription: H Ono rear (In advance) S1.G0 H Six months 75 Thrco months SO Jl Advortlslnc rates furnished on nj- B Entered iu Becond-clnss matte 1 February 17, l'JOC, at tho postoITlco at P K Garland, Utah, undor tho Act of Con B grcis of March 3, 1870. 4, A. Wtxom .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, May iS, 1907 iiM TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTT "What is a kiss?" asks a New H York poetess. Is the lady from H 1 Missouri? HJ & H A Kansas man asserts that .he H has seen a rat with horns. They H do say that blind tiger liquor is H the worst ever. H A Minneapolis man dislocated m his jaw laughing at a joke. It H must be the new one for which B the world is wailing. l M Now, word comes from Cuba M , that she cannot find I2,ooo-idle H men to form a stancfitTjj "army. H Perhaps the job loolci Koo-TiWuch H like work to the average;- Gulun. H According ...

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. — 18 May 1907

I iM -- i 1 Washington Day by Day TIcwb Gathered Here and There at the National Capital P .MISS SHONTS WILL NOT WD FRENCH NOBLEMAN 1 WASHINGTON. -Tho departure of 9 Thaodoro P. 8honts, former S chairman of tho Tanama canal com I mission, with his two daughters, for iNqw York, whoro ho Is now head of tho Metropolitan traction Interests, I has again rovlved talk concerning tho I engagement of Miss Shonts to the I Due do Chaiilncs. . w If thcro ever was an engagement it Is now off, as Washington society B has tho story, and the reason for this- J failure of nnothcr international alll- II nnco Is said 'to bo tho refusal of Mr. jji Shonts to grant the ducal demand H for a settlement. It In nccopted hero as tho correct version of tho departure of tho duko M without a hrldo that Mr. Shonts stood nt firmly for tho American idea of mar- $R rlago settlements. Ho is reported to m havo told De Cbaulncs that ho would m iglro his daughter a stylish wedding, fi 'provide her with a trousseau fit fo...

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. — 18 May 1907

If1 H ANSWERS TO THE CURIOUS. No, Amatour Thespian, (ho heavy M mini It not a stage wait. M An Old Subscriber Ih Informed that fl wives nro not II It a boefstenk you can- M i not tnnko thorn tomlor by beating M thorn. M A Lover Tlio way to opon tho door L to a successful courtship Is very slm- M P'o. All you lmvo to do la ring tho M" bollo. M If Epicure wants tho best way of K avoiding Indigestion through mlnco M plo, tho romedy Is easily learned. Don't cat it. M ' A correspondent who Blgns horsolf M "Fastidious" wants to know how to H convoy a dollcato hint to n lady guest H who poralsts In using cigarettes. If H sho smokes, put hor out This applies H equally whothor slio smokes clgarottcs H or sots herself on flro. H Easy Mark asks tho surost way of H dotoctlng counterfeit notcR. Try to H got to Borvo a term on tho grand Jury, H and thon you will know how to find H Iruo bills. H It Is hard to nnswor your question H without further data, Lily Hell. Tho K fact that your heart llutto...

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