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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 23 May 1908

3 The Garland Globe Bj Published Cvtry Saturday at g GARLAND .... UTAH W( Terma of Subscription: Vy One year (in advance) $1.80 ftp- Six montha 76 J Three montha 60 S$ Advertising rates tarnished on appll- 5jL cation. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager 9 Detroit makea 6,000,000,000 pllla a Rf year, all guaranteed to cure. Why B die? H A New Jersey man, aged 81. had H hip wife, aged 66, arrested for spank U Ing him. Another mollyroddlp! M A California man fasted for 43 days H and then ate rlam broth. One might M imtiiiHlly think that he would have H taken food. H A straw hat was seen on the streets B of Philadelphia the other day. Is It m possible that they think there that It H la still last summer? H Two cats have lnen declared legal- M ly dead In Philadelphia. And yet the H aupply of goaslp In that city Is proha- H bly not appreciably diminished. ; Though you may be surprised to H hear it, nowhere has It been decreed H by city, state or nation that our wom- H enfolk must wear those ...

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. — 23 May 1908

f gCMOPX000X0000'XCOCCH:'0 CKXyOCK0CMOO00C0O0O0OC0000 I PROMINEN1 PEOPLE ' : h-..;-;. - :0rO0rKirXH0O0VO0CK-vO'X'OC"? I I "TRUST BUSTER" FOR BENCH I 1 Milton I). Puvdy, assistant to the attorney- M f. general, haa boon nominated by the president for E gjaVb. I'nlted 8tates Judge al Mlnneapolla, and It re gJgPigxSi mains to he soon whether the local political Infln- , ;Mk ence that 1ms been so hostile to him In the past ft AH win be able to defeat him now. it was strong C35i55w enough to prevent his being appointed district at- hSIfttfe V? "3) torney for a full term, after he had served the un- W"4 Jjll expired term of his dead chief, but hla abilities BW y were not forgotten at the White Houae. When 4j5srt r congress passed an act providing for an assistant IKJJJl to the attorney general at ,7,000 a year, In addl yKL J ,lon to tne s('vt'" asslatants at $5,000, Purdy was JkjSa-e'''' gt appointed to the office. J jT JF. " ,H aomewhat remarkable that a man who 1 M Li Al ha made si bril...

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. — 23 May 1908

K HH The Garland Globe feJBr Publlihtd Every Saturday at l&L OAKIAND UTAH". QSHHeT i flftft Term of Subacrlptlon: NESS Oo yar (In advance) fl.60 ?V Hi month 75 Krfl? Tbr montha 60 95-' AdYSTtlslna; rata furnished on a- jalS& tstisatton. fBE Sntorad a second-claaa matter ? sTwbniarr 17, 1906, at the poitofflce at ! Garland, Utah, under tha Act of Oon- U itmi of March I, 117. jiBBBJ gea i aaa SpH V. A. Wlxom Editor anal Manager B O. .S L. TIME TADLE pvJBH Paee.n.r No. St Paaeensrer No. II BgH SOUTH . N..IMII bound- BSBBJ tiT lfalad 7:90 am Lt llrlhare 1:10 p a iBBlfl t Oarlan.1 1:41 am Lt Corinne 140 p m BSBBJ Lt Tremont 1:47 am Lt Treanont (:4S p a pBBBJ Lt Corinne S 17 a a Lt liar land 1:60 p m BBB At Brie-ham 40 am Ar M.L.I 1:10 p in RBBBJ Cennerta with Caehe Connects with Cache BBBBJ V allay train No. IS for Valley train Noll f nm gBBBB Osrden and Bait Lake. Ocden and Salt Lake. H MIXED TRAIN PjH North Hound. JH Leaves Ogden IttOaVj no. H nriRham.. ..9:55 a. m. BH Corinne....

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 May 1908

r. ..,-M,. fl - Qfflnarm skhlos HE FELT GRATEFUL. The ticket man at the theater had Just opened up for business when a fellow hurried Into the lobby and passed a cigar through the window with the remark: i Ml "Unve n smoke on me, old chap." "What's thlB far?" asked the man In the box office. "For past favorB," was the reply. "Those were excellent seats you gave me and a lady friend last night." "Oh, I see." "Yea, sir," lie continued, "and I really ought to make It half a dozen weeds, considering what you did for me." "Well, I'm glad you liked the seats," laid the ticket man. "Let's ree, didn't I place you In F, Nos. 2 and 4?" "No, sir; In R, 10 and 12." "In R, 10 and 12? Then then this 'a a bit of sarcasm on your part?" "Not at all, sir not at all," replied the other earnestly. "There Is a thick post between those seats, you know?" "Yes; that's why I thought " "That's why I liked them," he Inter rupted. "That old maid with me got sentimental after the third act and darted to make me...

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. — 23 May 1908

VI VOllcijC Arc Endangered by fig A j! 1 a Excessive Inter im At lUetiCS collegiate Contests El " M3 By PROF. Ill K V D. W III 1 1 . VUkk I hlrmn I i. Ilv Committee OB -lhli- Willi- ., College. I r)Lfr I" "" I'urnif: tl"' pMl f'" war-i (lie polkrj of tlie faculty committee' tjuc I on athletics at Williami college lm been to reduce the num- jB " ber of Intercollegiate athletic conteeta. Tha fm n It v lm for- M ,-, .. j himIIv approved tliix policy, ami is in coord with the rcsoiu- KkV 'fiffw '""' I111""'1' '' ''"' lllti'l'collclillr Alhlrtlr As-iocllllioll of llie Wk IWWfcO ' l",l'' Whites III its iillllllill meeting in I :i 1 1 1. i". I'm,; "(lint IH vT&ft intcr-cluss game mill i it 1 111 1 11 1 1 I'll I .--1 1 i t - in lj iiri'iil hIioiiIiI lie Besi T( i i tl tl Br ''"''' "''' '" ''"' ' '"' '''"' " ',ir''1' number of students may M JJIlJJIIJ receive the liciirlilH, and that intercollegiate competitions He m BNde rather an Incident than the main end of college anil 1 university ...

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. — 23 May 1908

. . . . , M The General Demand of lhf Well-Informed of the World has "eJ altvays boon for a i tuple, pleasant and efficient liquid laxative remedy of known value; a laxative which physician could auction for family use because its com- ( k ponent parts are known to them to be wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, acceptable to the system and gentle, yet prompt, in action. In supplying that demand with its ex i , ccllent combination of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, the California Kig Syrup Co. proceeds alon, ethical lines and relies on the merits of the laxative for its remark able success. That is one of many reasons why I Syrup of l''igs and Elixir of Senna is given the preference by the Well-informed. To get its beneficial effects nlway buy the genuinemanufactured by the Cali fornia Kig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leuding druggists. Price fifty cents per bottle. SICK HEADACHE Z n-.V. I Positively cured by CARTERS ,hw ' ""' "" BBjj They also relieve Di- ffM ITTLf ...

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. — 23 May 1908

bibi H tfcl OAKLAND (J LOBS EBB II IE GARLAND GLOME RSR INIiKPKNMKNT. Hn , I .Wixom, . F.dltor and Mnpr. S Telephone No 52 Red jIvM (Formare Wyatt's RtitaherShop.) 93 Kntenal as aaconil-rlasii matter Fafcninry 17. SB M. 1 tha pml offlci- at Garland. Utah, utnl-t ffCI the Act "f Coni-rsaa of Marnh I. t-79 rfcip.. PWSSI iHlttl who fall to receive their -.4SJ papers regularly, please notify thlsolllce Hjl Saturday, May 23 IOoP, H ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mil Ve editor and wife swnt Nunda) ill Ihc H Peaeh City. H J F. Fealhcrs'.one spent Sunday In H the slate capital H O. I, Winters spent Sunday with Ills 1 am 1 K in Ogdeu. H Kend our "Wanted" and "For Sale" Column I'll 1st pllL'M BBl W.J. Fife returned Tuesday from 11 Bg tour of the state of Idaho. m Mr. W. J. Fife spent the tore part of the week III Preston, ldnho. H Hmi E. Wnldron snd Mr. Price of Siiiiiiiiii, were tiarlawl visitors Wcdncs- H BBf Mr. .in. I Mrs. James Coombs hnve gone to Fariiilugton to reside, for I lie future. H The Miss...

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. — 30 May 1908

I ' bbbTHE GARLAND GLOBE "Ba I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY B - Vol.3. No. 17. Published at Garland, Utoh. Saturday, May 30, 1905 I Another Victory for Garland's Sturdy "9." Osrland's aggregation of league pro fessionals made Wells. Illc's fsmotis team hunt halts la the tall timber last Bstur dsy and "safe hits" for Wellsvllte were faw and far between. With the excep tion of one error on third that gave Weuvllle two rone. Garland played a cracker-Jack professional game from tart to finish. Hit Andy, well they couldn't And k and two-baggers for Garland were plentiful. Umpire Camp bell dealt ont fair Judgments that were of the "good eye" kind and Wctlsvllle's mine were jutt ilmply out-claaeed that'i all. You will notice by the lineup that Garland hai made eome changes hi the nine and now boats of the strongest am tenr team la the atate. P Following la the lineup and score: GARLAND WKLL8VILLE Fowler a Stewart Jensen p Smith Kidman lb HasUm Gleason...

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 May 1908

I Kg The Garland Globe H3 Published Every Saturday at BKJ OAKLAND .... UTAH jffig Terms of Subscription: IBL One year (In advance) $1.50 SflH Six months 76 Bp Three months 60 jcVKj Advertising rates furnished on appli- ftyf cation. YJfijSi J. A. Wlxom Editor snd Manager WOMAN PREVENTS THUGS RUM BANK MESSENGERS H Grabbed the Leader of the Attacking H Band and Screamed Until Patrol- H men Arrived on Scene. M New York. While three employes M of the JefferHon hank were on (heir H way from the hranrh at Union and B Houston streets to the main bank on B Cnnal street, carrying 143.000 rash. M they were attacked on First street by H three men, who Jumped upon them H and threw pepper In their fares, the m lending ttiiiu attacking Samuel Kdel- M man, who carried the bulk of the H money, grubbing; Iilx money bag anil M attempting to run with It. The other M thug took rare of the other messen- H Kdelman tried to shako his assail- B Hut off, but was faring badly under B8B the pummellng when Mrs....

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. — 30 May 1908

hhI MB I I I II II M Art 111 It Appeals Strongly l a 9 lo ne Artists America f Japn l T. HASEKAWA. DUtlainUhad Artist ol J.paa. riZTT "1 To explain about Atneriotli art is very difficult f"av for ni, as I urn ntuilving in it at present ; tbtftfoN y V '' s,,,'nis '" "" oven year tlial my admiration for L J-Hsf American urt is diferenl ,so that 1 lo not willingly I' 'yy express my opinion of it in public. But 1 will express r toL " '' '"' u'"''s from mv standpoint. aPyW I am surprised at the progress of American art wX P "' ''"' modern eeiiturics. I believe American arl will KT M eonquer throughmil international arl in the near fu- J j a ' nuvo 8eon 'miny oxliibitions in America and CaSasaaaaaaeasaaaasBaesel ,very artist's style is difTerelit, but his expression of nature or feeling is just the same. On the contrary, Japanese artists in tlieir expression of nature do not express so much as Americim artists, but their beauty of line surpasses. So tlieir work is nice for decorative art,...

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. — 30 May 1908

H ni The Garland Globe filff Published Every Saturday at OAKLAND UTAH. Jsnjj Terma of Subscription: Lg Oae year (In advance) $159 3I Bis month! 75 yA Three month. BO ffifi Advertising rate furnished on ap fc Sttoatlon. KS Bntered a aecond-rlaaa mattes" H Pebruaxr 17, 180fi, at tbe postofflce at H Oarland, Utah, under the Act of Oon- 9H nH of Maroh I. 117. H 4, A. Wlxom Editor and Manatee H O. .3 L. TIME TABLE H Paaaana.r No. 13 rasaftnaar No. II H south bound nobtb bound H Btalad 7:M am I.t Brleham 610 p at B a Oarland Si? am Lt Oorlnna (40 p m H In Traaaoat 1:47 am Lt Trraoat (:it p m B Lt Oorlnna 1.17 an Lt Garland t:M p m H Ax iteaaun :40 am Ar Malad 1:10 p m H Cannaeta with Cacha Connacta with Cachs M ValUr train Na. It for Vallay train No 11 from H Oadaa and Rait La.. Oedan and Salt Laka. MIXED TRAIN H North Hound. H Leavei Ogden 8:2011. rn. H Bripham.. ..9:55 a. m. H M Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. H Tremont. . .10:5a a. m. H Garland .. 11:20 a m. H Arrives at Malad . . . . 1 :oo p...

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. — 30 May 1908

a Qood Jokes M HIS PROPOSAL OF MARRIAGE. "Mr. Spucllong," begun the youth, banging his hut on the bark of the chair, "I will occupy only a few mo ments of your time. I have come to ask you for your daughter. I " "Young man." said the elderly bank er, "do you " "Yea, sir; I fully realize that she has been tenderly nurtured and that she la very dear to you; aUo, that her home Is one In which she has been surrounded by every luxury, but he Is willing to leave it." "Can you " "No, air; I can't quite maintain her In the style to which she has been ac customed, but I have a good salary, and I am ready to chance It. So Is she." "Will you" "Yea. air; I will keep my life In sured for a sum sufficient to provide for her If I should be taken away." "Would you " "No, sir; I would not expect to live with the family. I am able to buy and furnish a modest home for her." "Young man," said Mr. Spudlong, looking at his watch, "I rather like your style. You can have her. Good " "Morning, sir." Exchang...

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. — 30 May 1908

jH More proof tlint T,y1la E.PInlr jH 111! Hi's V efZOl I i IlloCoill poll ml sin r i KH uroinnn from Hiirfflcul operations. H 1 M. & A. V ill iiin is, of Gardiner, H Maine, writes : H "I was a (Treat sufferer from female H trouble, and I .y li:i 1 :. I'ink ham's ...-. B table Compound restored mo to health H In three months, alter my physician declared that an operation was abo- H lutely necessary." H Mrs. Ah ina Sporting, of 154 Clcy- H bourne Ave.. Chicago, 111., writes : H "I suffered from female trouble, a H tumor and mueli inllainmatlon. Two H of the bent doctors in Chicago decided H that an operation was necessary to save H my life, Lydia K. 1'inU hum's Vegetable H Compound entirely cured mo without H an operation." H FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. H For thirty years I -yd in K. l'ink- H ham's Vefretnble OtMUXNind, mii'lo H from roots and herbs, hus lieen the H standard remedy for female ills, H and has positively cured thousands of H women whohave leen troubled with H displacemen...

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. — 30 May 1908

"AaflaaSJI KSKSsa1 ft ' - m BLatat armsjjaal p HEALTH VERY POOR RESTORED BY PE-RU-NA. Catanh Twenty-five Years Had a Bad Cough. Mm Sophia Kittlesen, Ev-auston, II I in.. is. U. N. A., writes: I liavo bi-t'n troubled with catarrh for nearly twenty-five years and have tried many cures for it, but obtained very little help. . "Then my brother advised me to try ajf Pernna. and I did. "My health was very poor at the tlmo I began taking l'eruna. My throat waa very sore and I had a bad cough. ' 'Peruua haa cured me. The chronic catarrh la gone and my health la vacj much Improved. "I iv. n. I Pcruna to all my friends who are troubled as I was." PI RUN A TABLETS! -Some people pre fer tablets, rather than medicine In a fluid form. Such people can obtain I'eru na tablets, which represent the medici nal ingredients of Veruna. Bach tablet equals one average dose of I'cruna. Man-a-lin the Ideal Laxative. Manufactured by Peruna Drug Manu facturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. BITS I It ,. .11 roller f...

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. — 30 May 1908

BH THI GARLAND GLOBE Wl THE GARLAND GLOBE IMS INDEPENDENT gHB I A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr iglj Telephone No 52 Red JuHB Intend u sscond-cUas mltr Khrur 17. ESS St, at Um p-' olBa ' Garland. Utah. omlsr USM Alt ConaraM of March 1. 171. CTfSP Subscribers who fia.ll to receive their HHJaJwt paper regularly , pleaae notify thl office B Saturday, Miy 30, 1908 IB ITEMS OF INTEREST. BB Decoration Pay J Honor the Deed. Decorate thulr Grave. mmJI Read our "Wantad" and "Por Sale" BBM column on tat page. Moroni Ward of Hivenldc was MM on J nur Rtrecta Thursday. .1. F. Owen waa on the tick Hat the fl fore part of thin week. M Geo. M. Ward of Washakie waa In town on biuinee Thursday . AVJ Mra. Mary A. Vanfleet and daughter J Mm returned Monday to Farmlngton J Joaeph .lenacn, P. D. Welling and C'al J D. Mayflld were Hrlgliam vlallora Mon- M day. J Ml Maggie Richards, Itlter Bros. J genial lady clerk, Is visiting relative In BBJ Karmlngton. J Mr. and Mra. P. A. Nnrdquisl return- ed Monday night...

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. — 6 June 1908

4 I I ssi THE GARLAND GLOBE "sms I H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARL.AND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H H - - - -r , , - i i - - - r "- - ..... .. .. - .. .-. , , - , , ..w - i ii . BYsVAYJ BBBBJ -- - - r ii i i - i i i .i i . i . m i i- - ' - . ---. - tti-i .. i. 1 . iii. i ,i " ., " H H W Vol.3. No. 18. Published ot Garland, Utoh. Saturday, June 6, 1905 I I Wake Up! H Is Gaaland going to celrbr- M ate the 4th of Jnly? H Time something was doing. M Let's celebrate. Call a mass B meeting right away. I sjjjW B Today's Big Game. H Hountlful's Hhsc Mnll Hattln Boys BBl cross bnts with Onrhind's (Iritty Gang of BBl Gamesters At tin City park hull ground BBw today. A good game is promised. BBl Haric Karen oa South Main St . wilt BBb follow the l:i 1 1 game iimi koine good BBS races will lie pulled Off. Km-ii body BBs turn BBl That la, if It evrr stops raining. H Strawberry and Ice Cream H Festival. BBl The members of the Indies' Self- BBl Culture chili arranged for a Grand BBm Mtrawl...

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. — 6 June 1908

R 83 The Garland Globe Br Published Every Saturday at ! GARLAND .... UTA.H 9n Terms of Subscription: Vj3 Ono year (In advance) $1.60 BE Blx months 76 3j3 Three months 60 SB Advertising rates furnished on appll- iJjLj cation. W J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I STOESSEL IN PRISON H DEFENDER OF PORT ARTHUR H NOW A BROKEN MAN. H Loss of Uniform His Greatest Humlll- fl atlon Watches from Window m Winter Palace Where He One HI Was an Honored Quest. fl 8t. Petersburg. -An American news HH paper correspondent icii 1 1 U per I mlttod lo Interview Gen. Stoessul, the HI (icfiMiiiii of i(iri Arthur, iu prison. B Urn. is what he writes: H Two oold bltti eyes examined mo HI through a liny wicket In t lit' door, and HB a rough voice said: H "What do you want?" H "I wish to Be- Cen. Sfoossol," I an HM ewerod. B "Have ou permission?" Hald the B voice. 'Here is my ticket." I Hald. pro B dneiiie. a e: nl on which It was stated B 'hat the commander of the fiiilreHS of B 8t. Peter and St. Paul had the h...

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. — 6 June 1908

. - irn . llll DV Electrocution the 11 -q Only Humane AtlOCk Execution 1J By DR. E. A. SPITZKA. Eminent Brain Specialist. " "" HE history of electrocution covers a period of only 20 years. T It whs first introduced in Xew York in 1888. In its opera nt tion, the electric current, is turned on and reduced and in 7jAi BWUrf alternately. From seven to ten amperes pass through dt3tt n IkkIv. The time coner l in strapping is nhoul )"i seconds, SS 8 M '""' '" ('" " () Kl',(,n,'s "lp x !l ,,ni i" shocked lo detail. Con Mn si iousnesfl is blotted out instantly. In miU two eases of those npk i mve observed was there respiratory effort after the current Wnvmmmf was turned on. A post mortem examination of the body reveals much interesting phenomena. There is a rising in the temperature, in one case aa high as 1S9 degrees F. The lungs are devoid of blood and weigh six or seven ounces avoirdupois. The blood seems to be under a chemical change and is of a dark brownish hue, sometimes almost black,...

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. — 6 June 1908

R -, I SEi The Garland Globe 2ZSR Publlahad Evary Saturday at 8&1 OMUNO UTAH. BSR; Tarma of Subaerlptlon: rtflR Ob 7r (In adrance) 11.80 &n "x asontBS 71 Lvi Tnraa mootha BO RJSffi AdTartlilng rata furalsbed on aa fafci fllcatlnii I .! BaUrad a aeoond-elaaa matte H Bbruarr IT. 1906, at tha poatofflca at M& Oarlaad. Utah, undar tha Act of Oo HB graaa a Maroh I. 1170. H . A. Wixom .... Editor and Manaf H O. .S L. TIME TABLE H riMnpr Na. ta Piamin No. tl H aouTii aouND -north aouno- mW Vf Malad 7 30 a m Lt llrlchara 6:10 p B H Lt Garland 142 m Lt Corinna t.?0 p m H Lt Tramont 1:47 I m Lt Tramonl t:4t p a H Lt Corinna 1:17 a Lt Garland 1:60 p m M At Brishwn 1:40 an Ar Malad 1:10 p in Connaeta with Carha Connaeta with Cacha m Tartar train No. IS for Vallar train Na 11 from H Ocdaa and Salt Laka. Oadan and Salt Laka. H MIXED TRAIN H North Bound. H Leavei Ogden 8:20 a, m. H M Brigham.. ..9:55 m. mW Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. H M Tremont. . .10:53 a. m. H Garland .. 11:10 a, m. H ...

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. — 6 June 1908

ik H 4 Musings of the Metropolis I , News of New York Town Outlined in Brief Form. 3 aBSBBgiS5Sii!i5w51555HB5H!BBgiBwffi Limelight Unpopular with Hetty Green NEW YORK. Mrs. Hetty Green does not like the limelight and threat ens to give up her luxurious apart ments at the Plaza. Since her re moval there from her simple flat In Hoboken she has been pestered with all sorts of cranks, who believe she Is carrying a too heavy load of the me zuma and want to relieve her of some of the burden. They think, too, that he has no more regard for filthy lucre than the (ialkwar of Manilla or the Nnwab of Kampur, and fleets of would-be borrowers are utilising about the hotel. They have the mis taken Impression that Mrs. Green htu tapped an unexpected gold mine. The richest woman In the world, however, has avoided In every way making any display. Dut she finds that she cannot get away from the widely published fact that she Is liv ing In a hostelry famous for Ita lux urlousnesB, Ita many millionaire...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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