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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 14 April 1906

If' H H THE GARLAND GLOBE M I The Garland I Globe 1 INDEPENDENT. H J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. H Telephone No 22k H (Formerly Wyitt'i Butcher Shop.) H Entcro! wcond-cUsn nutter February 17, H 1IXH. at Ifio pout ofllr l Garland, UUh,-uml(r B (ho Act nf ConRrrsi of March 3, 1870. H Saturday, April 14, 1906 . ITEMS OF INTEREST. H II. AVnll wns in Garland Momhiy.l IS. 1', IJootbc pulil Garland n visit H Miss Mario llowcn U visiting friends in Maiad this wick. H Mary Wise wlio lint been finite Nick is H fcorted lo lie itnprnvitig. H Mfs U W Green, wife of I)r Green, is H upending (lie week in tliis city. H .1 '2 Leave! t leturncd Monday from 11 H Ixtiiufi trip to Stilt Lake City. H Mfs. .M (! Hniwcii is spending this week H "villi licr parents In' I. nylon, Utiih. B .Monday the wife of John Rennet of B Volnt I.(Mikotit gave hirlli to n bouncing HHl Mrs Kiiiiim Orovcr is visiting relatives HHl And friend at Iter old homo in Farming- HBf Miss Drake of C'oiiunc Is tlic guest of JBl the ...

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. — 21 April 1906

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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. — 21 April 1906

TsbbbbH IsH I COUNT wiiir I . DOWHRM H Additional Cause for Rejoic H ing in Russia During the Easter Festival. M Retirement of Minister of Interior Dun H novo From Office Is Announced, H and Count Wltte Seems to M Have at Last Secured Up HBM per Hand of His Rival. M St. Petersburg. Tlio Easter" festival, H tho nnnlvcrsary of the Jewish lrmssa. H era nt Kishinev niul other places, Imp H ' plly wns not Ktulncd this year by nntl- H Jewish excesses. Tho measured tnkon H by tho central government nnd th( H orders sent to the provincial authorl H tics to tnko every precaution, with the H added warning that thoy would be held HHfl personally responsible for outbreaks H npparcntly wcro effective, though tin H danger will not bo over until the EaBt BflH er holidays are passed. H The high church feast was eclchrat H cd In tho usual fashion with much H eating nnd drinking nnd tho exchange H of tho kiss of peace. Somo slackening H In tho old religious fervor wns notlco H able, especially In St....

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. — 21 April 1906

MMMBWWWsMBsWWBssssssWBBSSSSSSSSsMBssllsssiaBWWBisssslMiissssssssssBSSlisssssMWMi H J BY MJARY gEVEREUX 1 rYITrl ILLUSTRATIONS BY DOM C. WILSON 'Ccipyr(gfit, &03, by liffk. 0rvnl Carpony) C4Jt PfeVj .fifjtrmfj CHAPTER XI. 5 Soon after midnight, with a south 1 sou'-west wind that was all tho "Black Petrel" could desire for a speedy fill ing of her sails, tho ship started north ward, to a safe retreat the Island known 'to Laro and hla followers as tho "Darra do Hlerro." Tho day was coming, gray and heavy looking, with a misty cloud bank In tho east promising fog later on. Overhead, tho pale dawn waB ex tinguishing tho stars above the sea that stretched, a dull green floor, In every direction. La fit to, asleep In his cabin, was aroused by a knocking upon tho door; and, to his Instant query, Garonne's volco replied, with a suggestion of sat isfaction In Its gruff tone, "Sho Is after us, sir, sure enougn." Where away?" demand Lnfltte, when ho had admitted tho mate, and was making him...

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. — 21 April 1906

I The Garland Globe M Published Every Saturday at 1 GARLAND UTAH, H Terms of Subscription: H Ono yuir (In advnnco) ?1.B0 H Six months 7G H Three months CO H Advertising rates furnished on nn- H plication. H Knterod as second-class matter H February 17, 1900, nt tho postolllco at H Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con H tress of March 3, 1870. H J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manaaer H VTAH STATE NEWS H Wool Hhcnrlng Is In full blast nt H Mllford and Fnust. H O. K. Lonn, postmaster of I'eon, H chnrKcd with hnvlcg broken the postal H laws, wbb -fonml not guilty. H FIro lnnurnnco on nearly nil classes H of risks In Salt Lnko City will within 1 a short time bu reduced greatly. M It Is regarded as possible that tho H Prnvo woolen mills will bo reopened 1 for business In tho near future. H Tho Denver &. Hlo Ornndo will spend H In the neighborhood of $2,500,000 for now equipment In tho near future. H Tho state council of the Knights of H Columbus, comprising Utah, Idaho ami H Nevada, will ...

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. — 21 April 1906

BB .j vjH Bi ' B Bbj I 'I I 1 Qood Jokes j V Advice. BY SI Perkins Here's nn ndvcrtlse- BB ment nbout "Pltfiills of a Great City BB -How to Avoid Them." BV Hubo Meddlers Ych I Deacon Korn- BJJ top sent 'em 2G cents for It nnd " Bjj Sir Perkins Jlmlny crickets! It HJ must be scnnd'lous roadln'. BVJ Iliibo Medders It wns so. It jest BVJ said: "Don't leave tho farm." B Philadelphia Press. BV Two Ways. BJ Knlckcr I let nature euro and pay BJ tho doctor tho bill. BJ Docker I let the doctor euro and BJ pay naturo tho bill. Lest We Forget. "Old Colnlelgh always cnrrlc3 a pocket full of nickels. It's ono of his eccentricities," "Yes. Ho used to bo a street car conductor before ho fell Into his unclo's fortune, and ho jingles tho nickels every once in a whllo to keep himself from getting a swelled head." Detroit Free Press. " Good Scheme. Tommy That medicine's nasty. Mommy Did you tako a wholo spoonful of It as I told you? Tommy No'm. I couldn't find n spoon, so I took n fork full. BJ TRUE R...

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. — 21 April 1906

m 1 If I A PRECARIOUS CONDITION i 1 Many Women Sutler Dally MIsericj ncd H Don't Know the Reason. Women who nro languid, Kiiffcr bnck- B actio and dizzy ApcUs, should rend care- M fully tliocxn.rlotico of B Ife . Mrs. Laura Hulllvnn, H JWhlfcll JMtiiT mid Third Bin., m VseaVYaBBBmaui 'ar,lut'tlc Midi., wlic H Vl3HB utao n1"' lunrlng- B ammFalSPT? times my llinbi woulu Lai HbbbUbMU" hwell to twice iiiitur.i. ," alo. 1 could hardly H (ret up or down stairs, B and often could not gut my bIiocs on 1 Heglnnlng to uso Doan's Kidney 1MU 1 H got relief beforo 1 hud used linlf u bo.., H but continued talcing tliem until cured H Tho bloating subsided and I was well H again." H Sold by all dealers. HO cents a box. H Fostcr-Mltbiirn Co., lltilVulo, X. Y. H 8plder Lives Long on Light, flt;- Llttlo Miss Muffot's spider was pop Bi hops not bo hungry as ho looked. Hr ii, j, II. Fa lira has studied the spl- B- dor's powers of fasting. Ho noticed Bl that tho mother spider carries Its lit- H tlo ones ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 21 April 1906

bbbj Bft BBBBBBBb I bbtJ BVl BVBVBVBVJ bYbYbYbYbb STOP, WOMAN 1 AND CONSIDER IMPORTANT FACT R That In address- QJb"9-B ham you nro con !(BW B Ddlnp your private B BBa. Ills to a woman W BVB fo a womnn whoso expert I MUmMm ence with women's dls- JBBVJ cases covers a great BBJBl Mrs. PinUhnm. Is the 'tijIflBB dnujjhtcr-ln-law of BBBBB Lydia E. Vlnkham, AVBBBl and for many years BBjMBh tindcrhcrdircction, yjBBBBJU nnd since her do JMPjKKVn cease, Bhclins been ffjfmfmxf I advising sick wo- PuinJ yjl men free of charge. ' ( ll ' ' 'l Many women '' ' ' suffer In sllcnco und drift along from bad to worse, knowing full well that they ought to have immediate assist ancc, but a natural modesty lapels them to shrink from exposing them selves to tho questions und probable examinations of even their family physician. It is unnecessary. Without money or prico you can consult a wo man whoso knowlcdgo from actual ex perience is great. Mrs. Plnkham's Standing Invitation. Women suffering from any for...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 21 April 1906

w H I, THE GARLAND GLOBE H Hi . ... . . . -j H l The Garland I Giobe INDEPHNDENT. H J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. I Telephone No 22k Hi (Fomwrly Wyatl'a nuUhr Shop ) H Entered awmd-claaa mailer February 17. H 1906, at tho pott utflM at Garland, Utah, under H tho Act of Comjrt of March 3. 1879. H Saturday, April 21, 1906 I ITEMS OF INTEREST. H AV A Itny made n trip to lilnlio llic H fore part of the neck H Miss Hose Carter of 'Fremont was a Hj' Gnrlaud visitor Sunday. H' W. K. Morrison of llrlgham Is k H- Garland visitor this week. H Tho roof is on thu new mill nnd the H miller's house Is plastered. H Dr A W Ensign of Hriglmm was sight- H Feeing in Garland Monday. H Clarence Hajs is having nn nddition HJ made to his house this week. H John Holland of Trcmont was transac- H ting business in Garland Tuesday. I A. F. Farr, Ual Fnrr and J. II. Wilson H of Logan spont Arbor Day In tills city. H Fon Sams Ciikai' Set of parlor furnl. H ture and folding bed. Inquire ut Hay'n HJ store. tf H...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 28 April 1906

BB flfl BY " Bl bV ' Bh BHBH BHBfl HH itmSiJlfyfy! ; ""l H j m JA H B W JA p M m W MfB. II 1 Job PHn,no,-Do " DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY I Vol, I, No, IX Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, April 25, 1906 B Garland Base Ball I Organization. I GOOD MANAGER NAMED BJ Team Getting in Excellent Shape to J Make It Interesting for Brlgham in the I First Contest Saturday, May 3th. There was a meeting held in the rooms B of the Commercial Club Monday night, B April 2:ird, which was called for the B purpose of hearing the report of the dele- H gates, viz: V P Eaton and M A Iloothc, BJ who were appointed by the Garland BJ Commercial Club to go to Brlgham City BJ to meet there with the delegates from the BJ various towns In the county to discuss Bj the Base Uall situation for the scasou of BJ 1900, and if possible to organize n Box Bj . Elder League. Tho meeting was called Bjj 1" for thr further purK)c of organizing Bj the Garland Team for the present ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 28 April 1906

w w BJB i.i i , n BB I SAN FRANCISCO? I LIES IN ASHES H Earthquake and Fire Bring Death and Desolation to City at H the Golden Gate, tlic Number of Lives Lost Being Esti ll' mated at From 500 to 1 500 While the Monetary Loss is ' at Least $200,OCO,CCO, and May Reach $500,000,000 H; Residents Arc Living in Public Parks and on Vacant Lots. BBJ! The fire at San Francl:co hat BBJ been gotten under contrcl, but BBJ only after the entire buelnscs BBJ section of the city hid I) -)-. BBJ wiped out, but a few buildings BBJ on the outskirts being taved. I It Is Impossible to estimate the loss of life, and the total BBJ '' loss will probably never be BBJ know. Various estimates of the BBJ number of dead are made, the BBJ figures being all the way from M, 600 to 1,500. BBJ The property loss Is estimated M at from $200,000,000 to $500,000,- BBJ 000. A great many buildings BBJ were gutted and much may be BBJ saved from the wreck. BBJ No effort has been made to BBJi Identify the dead, and In fact ...

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. — 28 April 1906

I OTHER TOWNS I IN MOURNING B San Francisco Not Alone in Her Sorrow, Many Lives Being BV Lost and Much Property Destroyed in Other Towns in HL the Stricken State San Jose and Santa Rosa Suffer Serious BiS Losses, While Many Patients in Agnew Insane Asylum B arc Killed Sacramento, Lor, Angeles, San Diego Escape, HJ San Jose, Cal. Nineteen pcoplo HJ were killed In San Jcbo nml the cntlro HJ business section wrecked. Tlio cstl- HJ mated damage Is $5,000,000. HJ One hundred nnd ten wero killed and HJ aovernl Injured, mostly patfents, nt Ag- HJ new asylum. The building la complete- HJ y ruined. HJ Stanford university, memorial HJ church nnd other buildings arc down, H damago $3,000,000. Ono student named HJ Hanna and ono other man killed. HJ Damago to Pacific Milling company B nt Santa Clara 1150,000, total loss BJ thcro half million, no loss of life. BJ At Golroy about samo amount dam- BJ -nge, no dead. BB At Salinas the Sprcckles sugar re- BJ Ilncry, valued nt $1,500,000, Is com- BJ pl...

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 April 1906

I The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND UTAH. H ' Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (In advanco) LG0 H Blx months 7G H Thrco months GO H Advertising rates furnished on np H plication. H Entorod as second-class mnttcr HI Fobruary 17, 1800, at tho postomco at H Garland, Utah, undor tho Act of Con H Kress of March 3, 1870. H H J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H VTAH STATE NEWS M Four burKlnrlutt wcro committed in H Ogdcn one nlf-tit last week. H Tho clgnr mnkcrs of Snlt LnUc City H rnlsed $50 for the Cnllfornln rollel H Tho Provo Commercial club on Sat- H unlay forwnrJed n carlond of pro- M visions to Snn Finnclsco. H Tho HUM of Suit LsiUo donated J500 H from their lodge fund for tho San M Krnnclsco flro sufferoiH. H A City Improvement Icoriio lins been H orgnntzed nt Ogdcn, many prominent H citizens becoming members. M The conference of the Swedish Luth- M crnn church wns held In Ogdcn from H the 18th to tho 22nd, Inclusive. M Hov. Fnthcr Ilyrno, who nttempted M...

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 April 1906

IH v iHI BBS j HHI hH l bbH HhK '1 THE PONY EXPRESS RIDER HB ! ( A T1. of ll.. Old W..I ) HB i KV By ARTHUR. COODRICH HJ (Copyright, 1M, by JoiephD.IJowlti) HH Silence hung heavy In the plazn of HH Santa Fo late one afternoon In 1805. HI.. Suddenly there came a clatter of hoofs, HTv unsteady with weariness, scattering Hfc ' tho stillness with shnrp echoes. A BH man, coming out nt tho moment from HB one of tho low adobe buildings, waved HB his hand and the rider drew up short HH and stopped. Hi The two men ns they faced each other Hi were In striking contrast. Ono stood HJ with his fedt well apart, sinews pulled m tight like wire-rope over his slight HJ frame. The other, broad shoulderB bout H with fatigue, begrimed with dirt, but HJ black eyes Hashing with tho unsubdued HJ firo of youth, swung himself from tho HJ sweating, panting beast. Thoy wero HJ both pony express riders. H The dismounted rider's knees gave un- H der him and ho leaned ngalnst his horse H for support. B "Tired?" ...

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 April 1906

H CAN'T STRAIGHTEN UP. JCld&sy Trouble Causos Weak Backs fl and a Multltudo of Pains H and Achr. M Ool. TL 9. Han lion, Doputy Mar H thai, 716 Commo.i S ., Lake Charles, H Lo., says: "A klcK H j( ,- lrom a horso lint H HMTSau wcnkenol my back H aBbjJK. and affected my kid- H I vIkIwa nyi- ' Lccamo very h L l9h uiu1 niul luiJ lo rj aaaa! lJiWHf'- Tho 'fctor.i told mo tarsal Si2BfflEiawl ' '"' ' a cnso ' saaH lVJj33g5aJ chronic rheunn- H saBlsBt not, Lcllevo thoin, H ind finally began using Donn's Kid- H noy Pills for my kldnoys. Flnt tho H kidney EocrctloiiB ramo iroro fr cly, H then tho pain lef my l.ac' I w at H und pot nno hor box, aid that ion- H (doled a euro. I havo Lccn well (or H two years." H Sold by all dc.-ilors, 50 rents a box. H Fostcr-MI burn Co., Huffal", N. Y. M Witty Saying Under Difficulties. H A classical Hrltlah campaign story H Is tho following: A young tory heir H to a dukedom was being pelted with H rotten eggs whllo making a political H spcoch. Wiping tho ...

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 April 1906

jH M saeeH Wt v -. ' xHH H "PE-RU-N WORKED SIMPLY MARVELOUS." m Suffered Severely m With Headaches H Unable to Work. B MIrs Lucy V. McOlvncy, 453 3rd Ave, B Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: m 4 "For many month I guttered se- - verely from headache and pains In S the side and back, sometimes being unable to attend to my dally work. "lam better, now, thanks to Peru- na, and am as acthe as ever and have no more headaches. "The way Peruna worked In my case was simply marvelous." m We liavo in our flies many grateful letters from women who havo buffered with tho symptoms nnmedauovc. Lack of space prevents our giving inoro than one testimonial here. HI , It is impossible to even approximate tlio great umount of buffering which Pe- run a Jiiih relieved, or the number of women wlio have been restored to health and strength by its faithful use. H You Should Exercise H Care HHB In spending1 your money. A dollar apent at our store bring; full va'uo In return. Write vie for booklet. VaVj eEstabllshedW ...

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 April 1906

F tj? , "iH B THE GARLAND GLOBE H The Garland H Globe H INDEPENDENT. B J A. Whom, . . Editor and Mngr. M Telephone No 42k H (Formerly Wystt'i Hutchtr Chop!) B EnUrtd a sstond-iRss rrtsAWr TVtirlisry tl, M '1906, lit tKi pot cmta t Cattsnd, Utth.'Undtr 'th Act of Congnss'df Mirth -3. 187f. M Saturday, April 28, roo6 H ITEMS OF JNT-ERrsSV. ' H Dr. O. W. Green spent theforcprfrt ilf H 'he wct-kln Option . H Stephens Bros. "ncw'rcsMchco on 1'ac. H 'tory St. Is"ncarlug completion. H Foil Sil.ii CiiKAr Set of-pArlot-'filrlil- H 'tore and 'folding bed. Inquire nt Ray's Mrs. Manila D6rtonMs spcffdfng tliq H Vcok 'In Itils city vJlitln htr son Daftd H 'Dortob. H Mr. add Mrs. Jfllm L. Hnnsafckcrof, H jl'olnt Lookout were Unrllufd visitors H Saturday. H Foil HAI.F.i-PlhutS: ' Cabling!, ' Iflfrthtd H ''arid cauliflower. Apply (0 Matthcuj M 'Me.Murtric. M II. J Miller, The barber, 'rcturnm "Motiday ' from 11 low "day's trslt to The H lstato capital. M Editor E. n. Shbftnan bf the Trt'tiifint H ,...

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. — 7 May 1906

H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY jH H Vol. I. No. 13. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, May 7, 1906 jH H Garland vs. H Brigham City. H TWO GAMES 500KCD. H Whllo you aro Reading This the Oar- H land Boyi are Waxing it to Brig- M bam In Good Style, M One of the most enthusiastic games of M base bull ever played In the county Is H going ou In Brigham today between M Brigbatn and Garland. Our team left M here with light heart and bright hope M before them m tbey are In excellent H shape for the contest. If tbey loose the H game It Is not going to discourage them H In the leant as another big contest Is M booked to take place In this city at the H Garland Athletic Park Saturday, May 12th. Our boys will feel more at home on their own grounds and If you waut H to see some "Good Base Ball" H don't fall to witueHS the contest next M Saturday, May 12th. Success to our M The Garland tram is lined up as fol- H Catch Feathcrstonc H First-basu Wallls H Sec...

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. — 7 May 1906

I AWFUL WRECK I IN INT1 Engineer, Fireman and Nine Tramps Killed and Bodies Burned to Allies. M Engine Jumped the Track, nnd the H Entire Train, Excepting One Car B and Caboose, Went Up In a H Heap Forty Feet High. B Missoula, Mont. A gpcclnl cast- H bound freight train, consisting of H forty-one cnr of lumber nnd a ca- H boose, wnn wrecked near Held station, U about ten mllcR west of here, nt G H o'clock Sunday morning. At least H cloven Uvea wore lost. B About a mllo from tlio O'Kcefc trcs- B Ue, on n steep mountain grade, an tho train was running at a tcrrlllc speed along tho sldo of a hill, tho engine vent' off tho track, and tlio entire train, excepting ono car and tho ca- booso, wnn piled up in a heap fort HI foot high. Shortly afterward fire broko HI out, and tho cntlro train was soon HI nblazo. BB A wrecking train was sent out from BB here, but owing to tho Intcnso heat of BB tho burning lumber It was Imposslbla BB to get near tho wreck. Engineer L. D. BB Btcrno nnd Fireman ...

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. — 7 May 1906

DISASTER ERASES CLASS DISTINCTION JEABTHQUAKB AT BAIT VBANOIB- 00 PLACES BIOH AND POOR ON SAME LEVEL. 8IDELIQHT8 ON THE GREAT CATASTROPHE 'Millionaire find Pauper Now Friends Buslnoss Being Conducted Amid the Bulns Heir to Wealth Born on Sidewalk. San Francisco, Cat. This town Is "on tho lovol" in evory sonso of tho word, writes Richard Barry. You can stand on Tar Hat nnd seo Tolcgrnph hill with no obstruction but a few skyscrapor skeletons. South of Van Ness avonue it is not oven u Junk heap. I No more ghouls aro shot bocauso there , Is nothing to steal, and they will have to pay mon to carry off tho smashed bricks. Russian, Telegraph nnd Nob , hills, which formerly mado such a magnificent metropolitan saddle jj against tho Golden Gate, look ns they do In the prints of '49, when scrubby S. bushes rambled across tnelr barren fncos. They have been Bcraped of foul ' nnd lair by a mighty muck rako. Tho homes of threofourths of the people aro annihilated, and ns one walks through the de...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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