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j I - - The Salt Lake Tihbtote: Wednesday Moicstcng, March 9, 1904. 9 ,
I j WILL DEVELOP
" V CENTRAL OREGON
Contract for Construction of Colum
- bia Southern to Be Let This
i!8! PORTLAND, Or., March ,8. It la
I understood that the contract for the
construction of the Columbia Southern
railroad from Shanlko to Bend, Or., will
ibe let early this month, and that
active construction on the extension
.will commence within the next month
and be pushed with all speed possible
until the road is completed.
In an effort to avoid trouble from
Bpeculatora who would obtain property
I along the rlffht-of-way for the purpose
of mulcting the company, the exact
route has been kept a close secret. It
haa been definitely decided upon, never
theless, and all rights-of-way. It Is said,
have been secured. It Is understood
that orders for rails have already been
placed in the East and will be on hand
by the time sufllclont grading has been
done for track-laying to begin
The completion of this road will mark
the greatest step In the development of
Oregon that has taken Dlace since the
completion of the trans-continental
r railroads, as It will open up thousands
of square miles of territory In Central
Oregon, which on account of Its Inac
fJ cessiblllty has hitherto been of little
?:S or no value except for live stock pur-
IJ IRON COUNTY SURVEYS
fM- FOR THE RIO GRANGE
if The sucyeyors who have been'runnlng
''ll a 1'ne t0 ',ie' lrou fied3 rom Mnrys-
iiBK- vale- for the Rio Grande, have now
HPi completed their work, for the present,
Ht K ' having gone as far as Iron City. This
Hj K was only a preliminary survey, along
HlK the lines that were run by Moore, and
HUI follows a fairly direct course down the
Bjl, Parowan valley, striking Cedar City on
V; &m the northwest edge of the town; taking
9 j.' In P.'irowan and Summit on the way.
BRJBj' From Cedar City the line goes west,
H ji1' parsing on the northerly edge of the
fjB fell coal fields, and crosses the mountains
LMp a I at Orton's ranch.
W:l p. E When the line Is completed the Colo-
Hjf A E rado Fuel and Iron company will be
K i X 1 able to ship their ore direct to Pueblo
X via Marysvale, Sallna and the Leam-
M i ington cut-off. Seeing that the C. F.
flf in . & have had a large force of men at
wjH work on their Iron county properties
PH 1 all the n Inter, it looks as though the
PPPJ 1 line were going to be pushed through
PPS I at once. It is thought that the, San
PpS 1 Pedro will build east from Lund to
PPB 9 ope. tho holdlngy of Senator Clark
PH i and Col. S. B. Mllner. This would es-
PPBJ ' lablish a direct line from Los Angeles
SH Denver, bringing these cities several
flpHtj hundred miles nearer to one another.
fisT ' CANADA WILL HELP
Up -L ' BUILD A TRUNK LINE
jjh LONDON, March S. The Grand
UtV '.. i Trunk railroad shareholders, at a meet-
I.jT ing today, ratified the agreement with
fff' the Canadian Government for the con-
rj struction of a Grand Trunk line to the
rf The decision was reached only after
ill; t n. prolonged discussion. The meeting
'ft, ; was packed, and at one stage of the
if li proceedings the tone -was unmistakably
n hostile to embarking on so huge an
HM enterprise General Manager Hays,
pM02 who had come from Canada especially
H in to attend tho meeting, eaved the sltua-
Hi Ijj Hon. and when the final vote was taken
H'.i 13 there were only a few opponents to the
g S. Grand Trunk railroad undertaking to
H build a trans-continental road.
II'- u. CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN"
j WILL HAVE FINE QUARTERS
If, . The city . office of tho Chicago &
HrjL Northwestern railway will about April
' W.y. 1st remove to handsome new quarters
in the Atlaa block the company having
Qjfj leased the ground floor room on the
i-f west side of tho building. Its lease of
il IL& the present quarters on Main street
wltfft next to the National Bank of the Re-
kM-jJi public, does not expire until June 20th,
jayni but the lease on the Atlas block room
dates from April 1st. ho removal will
f; fcil be ma(e about that time. The new
U (jZ office is 28x57 feet and is an admirable
I 1.1 location.
!l tl JAPANESE EXHIBITORS
J! II FOR THE WORLD'S FAIR
' j Vi ffl A special car, containing a part of the
, ( w Japanese exhibit for the St. Louis ex-
K'l position passed over the Oregon Short
Tal Line Sunday, en route from Portland
''Ml to St. Louis. The exhibit was In charge
Hi of nineteen Japs of high degree, who
)flH were clothed in much official splendor.
HI It I." claimed that tho Japanese will
rjM make a special effort to have at the
52 exposition this year a showing of Orlen-
"l tal skill and enterprise which shall be
fWl In keeping with their new Importance
A;J among the world powers.
I Railroad Notes.
G. W. Fitzgerald, general agent of
the Rio Grande system at Butte, Mont.,
1b In town.
General Manager "W. H. Bancroft of
tho Oregon Short Line left Sunday
night for Lob Angeles.
i Assistant General Manager Wells of
the San Pedro railroad has gone to
Riverside, Col., to attend the opening
of the new branch there.
Rio Grande passenger trains from the
East continue to run in three and four
sections daily, to accommodate the ex
tensive westward-bound colonist busi
ness. The Salt Lake route is now extended
to a point fifty-two and a half miles
eouth of Callcnles. The contractors are
expecting to hurry the work up within
the next few day?, and have sent to the
city for more men,
i R. F. Neslen, general agent of the
Burlington route, returned yesterday
from a trip to Chicago. He reports
MiU things very lively in Eastern railroad
circles, handling the large traffic for the
Off . West and preparing for the World's fair
mti traffic which is soon to set in.
Xdii 1 ' H. O. Wilson, general agent of tho
ffM Oregon Short Line at Butte, Mont., Is
gSBi in town for a few days. Mr. Wilson re-
fS$m - ports that this has been a very good
'&J winter up in the copper town, and the
im state of affalra there now Is all that
j C could be desired. Tho mines have nev-
LT -er turned put go much ore, the gmeltcrg
JAPAN MAKES REPLY TO
MISSTATEMENTS BY RUSSIA
In Order to Set Itself Right Before the World and
the Powers, the Japanese Government Issues a
Statement Denying Seriatim Charges of Alleged
Violation of International Law.
WASHINGTON, March S The Jap
anese Minister is authorized by his
Government to give to the press the
following statement received on the -4th
"The imperial Japanese Government
Is given to understand that the Russian
Government has recently addressed a
note to the powers In which the Gov
ernment of Japan is charged with hav
ing committed certain acts In Korea
which are considered by Russia to be In
violation of International law and all
future orders and declarations by the
Korean Government are declared on
that account to be Invalid.
"The Imperial Government docs not
find it 'necessary in the present Instance
to concern itself in any way with tho
views, opinions or declarations of the
Imperial Russian Government, but it
believes it to be its right and duty to
correct misstatement of fact which, If
permitted to remain uncontradicted,
might give rise to incorrect inferences
and conclusions on the part of the neu
"Accordingly the Government of Ja
pan makes the following statement re
garding the five acts which in the note
are declared to be fully proved and
STATE OF WAR EXISTED.
"First It Is charged under this head
ing that 'before the opening of hostili
ties against Russia, Japan landed
troops in the Independent empire of
Korea, which had declared Its neutral
ity.' "The imperial Government ' admits
that Japanese troops landed in Korea
before the declaration of war was is
sued, but not before a state of war act
ually existed between Japan and Rus
sia. Tho maintenance of the Independ
ence and territorial Integrity of Korea
Is one of the objects of the war and the
dispatch of troops to the menaced ter
ritory was a matter of right and neces
sity which had the consent of the Ko
rean Government. The imperial Gov
ernment drew a sharp distinction be
tween the landing of Japanese troops
in Korpa under the actual circum
stances of the case with the sending of
a large body of Russian tropps to Man
churia without the consent of China, as
was done by Russia while peaceful ne
gotiations were still in progress.
"Second Under this heading It is al
leged that Japan, with a division of the
Japanese, attempted a sudden attack
on the 8th lnst., that Is, three days be
fore the declaration of war, on two Rus
sian warships which were In the neu
tral port of Chemulpo and whose com
manders had not been notified of the
rupture of relations, as the Japanese
maliciously stopped the delivery of Rus
sian telegrams by the Danish cable and
destroyed the Korean Government's tel
"The Imperial Government declares
that the allegations under this heading
are untrue. The imperial Government
did not stop the delivery of Russian
telegrams by the Danish cable, neither
are all In full blast, all the men have
employment and business generalb Is
The work of clearing the ground for
the new shops and roundhouse of the
Oregon Short Line railroad Jn this city
will be begun In a few daye, when con
struction will be pushed as rapidly as
possible. The beginning of work on the
new passenger depot will very soon fol
low. The Chicago & Northwestern railroad
office Is going to be moved. C. A.
Walker, the general agent, expects to
be settled In his new quarters on the
ground floor of the Atlas block some
tlmo next month It has been rumored
that the National Bank of the Republic
would extend its premises to the offices
now occupied by the Chicago & North
western, but as the lease has not yet
expired nothing certain Is known at
Bwratho 9 Kind Yoa Haw Always Bought
FIVE KILLED IN HEAD-ON
COLLISION IN THE SOUTH.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. March 8. The
southbound limited expreBB on the
Alamaba Southern railroad, running
sixty miles an hour, collided head-on
with a freight train near Kcwanee,
Miss., today. Engineer P. P. Larkln, a
cobired fireman, Robinson Rldgos, and
D. D. Nlqhols, mall clerks, J. II. Hinds,
express messenger, were killed, and a
mall weigher, namo unknown, is missing.
We" have moved to No. 12 West Third
South. Will be glad to meet our old
friends and customers In our new location-
On account of cheap rent we will
bo able to give our patrons the benefit
.of same, and will sell good goods
cheaper than ever,
TOM & JERRY CLOTHING HOUSE,
I. N. Lewis, Prop.
A Bad Year for the Ice Man.
NEW YORK, March 8. At a meeting
of tho dlrectore of the American Ice
company in Jersey City the financial
reports presented showed a deficit of
$8492 for the year ended December 31.
1903, against a deficit of 51C2.493 for the
Chamborlain's Colic, Cholera and
Is the best and most popular medicine
In use for bowel complaints. It never
fails and Is pleasant to take. Mr. R.
Woodward of Rosslyn, Ky., says, "I
have handled Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy for twelve
years; have never sold a bottle that did
not give perfect satisfaction, and it 1h
the best selling diarrhoea medlelno that
did they destroy the Korean Govern
ment's telegraphic communication.
"Regarding the alleged sudden attack
on the 8th of February on two Russian
men-of-war In the port of Chemulpo, It
Is only necessary to say that a state of
war existed and that Korea, having
given her consent to the landing of
Japanese troops at Chemulpo, the har
bor of Chemulpo thereby ceased to be
neutral, at least as between the bellig
erents. TAKING OF WAR PRIZES.
"Third It is charged under this head
ing that 'In spite of existing Interna
tional laws shortly before the opening
of hostilities Japan captured as prizes
of war the Russian merchantmen which
were In the neutral ports of Korea '
"The imperial Government has estab
lished the prize court with full author
ity to pronounce finally on the question
of the legality of the seizures of mer
chant vessels. Accordingly it would be
manifestly out of place for the Imperial
Government to make any statement re
garding the assertion under this head
ing. "Fourth It Is asserted under this
number that Japan declared to the Em
peror of Korea, through the Japanese
Minister at Seoul, that Korea would be
henceforth under Japanese administra
tion and warnod his Majesty that in tho
case of non-compllanco Japanese troops
would occupy the palace.
"The Imperial Government declares
the charge under this number to be ab
solutely and wholly without foundation
"Fifth Under this heading it is
charged that the Japanese Government
forwarded a summons, through the
French Minister, to the Russian repre
sentative at the court of the Emperor of
Korea to leave the country with the
staff of tho Russian legation and con
sulate.' "The Imperial Government denies the
accuracy of this statement. No demand
either direct or indirect was addressed
by the Japanese Government asking
the Russian Minister to retire from
"The French Charge d'Affalres called
on the Japanese Minister at Seoul and
Informed him verbally, as he did after
ward in writing, that it was the desire
of the Russian Minister to leave Korea,
and asked the opinion of the Japanese
Minister with reference to the matter.
The Japanese Minister replied that if
the Russian Minister would withdraw
In a peaceful manner, taking with him
his staff and legation guard, he would
be fully protected by Japanese troops.
He did so -withdraw of his own free
will on the 12th of February and an es
cort of Japanese soldiers was furnished
him as far as Chemulpo. In this con
nection It may be remarked that the
Russian Consul at Fusan remained at
his post as late as February 28th. It Is
reported that he was compelled to stay
that long In the absence of Instructions
which the Russian Minister apparently
did not care to give him before his own
departure. When it was made known
that necessary instructions had at last
reached the Russian Consul and that
ho desired to leave Fusan as soon as
possible the Japanese Consul at the
same port offered him every facility for
his departure and his passago to Shang
hai through Japan to the latter."
BAY IN THE HOUSE
AND IN THE SENATE
Nevada Senator Wants the Vista
Saved Representative Corrects
WASHINGTON. March S. At the be
ginning of the session of the Senate to
day Mr. Newlands (New) spoke In fa
vor of the passage of his bill to pre
serve the vista from the dome of the
national capltol to the Washington
monument by restricting the erection
of public buildings to a line 400 feet on
either side of a central line between tho
He expressed the opinion that no moro
public buildings should be erected on
the mall, but It should be reserved for
exposition buildings with a view of
having expositions in Washington every
ten years, as Is done in Paris.
The bill was referred to the Commlt
teo on the District of Columbia.
The following bills were passed:
Amending the mining laws contained
in section 232G revised statutes.
Authorizing the Secretary of the In
terior to acquire title to lands in Indian
reservations within the land grant of
the Atlantic & Pacific railroad In New
Mexico and Arizona.
The army appropriation bill was then
taken up and the reading of tho com
mittee amendments proceeded with.
At the request of Mr. Proctor the
committee amendment authorizing the
payment of 2C per cent of the salaries
of officers and men of the Philippine
scouts In Phlllppino currency was dis
When the reading of the bill was
completed tho amendment concerning
the provisional Porto Rlcan regiment
was again taken up.
IN THE HOUSE.
WASHINGTON March 7. In the
Houso today Mr. Gilbert of Kentucky,
who made a speech a few days ago In
which ho criticised the management of
the Philippines, obtained consent to
correct tho record.
He made a brief statement and hrid
read a letter from Gen, J. F. Bell, who
said that Dome of Mr. Gilbert's former
statements were not Justified.
Gen. Bell cited the rice transactions
and some others, and said an Injustice
had been done Gen. George W. Davis
rogardlng the sale of rice. He also said
that his own conduct had beeni ap
proved by every superior officer with
the exception of Gen, Miles.
Mr. Gilbert said he had tho letter
read, as he did not wish to do Injustice
to any officer of the army.
The Houfla thwi LWit. JLaJ.oc.ojnjnlttee
of the whole for the consideration of
claim bills on the private calendar.
Considerable discussion was precipi
tated over tho House bill providing an
American register for the steamer
Beaumont, formerly the MIra, wrecked
off the coast of Nova Scotia. Debate
was cut off by Mr. Fordncy moving
that the bill he reported favorably,
which was done amid applause.
The committee then rose and the
thirty-two bills recommended by the
committee were passed. On motion of
Mr. Curtis (Kansas) a House Joint
resolution was passed authorizing the
Secretary of the Interior to use $5000
'of certain moneys appropriated by the
act of February 18. 1904 for clerical
work and labor connected with the sale
and leasing of Creek lands and the leas
ing of Cherokee lands In Indian Terri
tory. At 6:05 p. m. the house adjourned un
Humors feed on humors the'' sooner you
get rid of them the better Hood's Sarsa
parllla Is the medlelno to tako.
UNDER A CLOUD.
PHILADELPHIA, March 8. -Coroner
Dugan says ho has made an important
capture In the arrest of Capt. David J.
Moser, alias' Dr. Adams, who was taken
into custody today charged with per
forming a criminal operation. Dr. Mo
ser's arrest was the result of an inves
tigation instigated by tho police and
Coroner's jury in an effort to unearth
an alleged pyndlcate engaged In illegal
medical practice. The police express the
opinion that they will be able to get a
complete exposure of the syndicate.
TO PRESERVE ILLEGAL
BALLOTS IN PHOTOS
DENVER. March 8. District Judge
Johnson today gave permission to at
torneys for the league of honest elec
tions to have photographs taken of
fraudulent ballota used In precinct 2 of
the Fourth ward of this city. It is
claimed there .are less than 200 legal
voters in thl3 precinct, yet at the No
vember election 726 ballots wore de
posited in the box. Criminal charges
are pending' agalnBt City Detective Wil
liam Green and the other election offlr
cers of this precinct, and today com
plaints charging ballot box stuffing
were filed against the officials of still
another Fourth ward precinct.
ALLEGED SENDER OP POISONED
CANDY MUST FACE MUSIC.
DES MOINES, la., March 8. Sheriff
Laughlln of Pierre, arrived here today
with a requisition for Mrs. Sherman
Dye, who In In jail on a charge of hav
ing sent poisoned candy to Miss Rena
Nelson. The papers wero presented to
the Governor, who, after obtaining the
advice of the Attorney-General, which
was to tho effect that there was no le
gal hindrance to the surrender of the
prisoner, intimated that he would Issue
the necessary papers.
To ascertain exactly
what your sldraess COMES FR.OM.
One day you suspect it's "from something I've eaten."
Next day perhaps "It's the change in the weather."
Next day it's "I have o'erworkqd a bit,"
Again it's "because I can't sleep."
You occasionally have a suspicion that coffee causes the troubles and some
times really believe you should stop coffee and see if It really does what some
people claim. But, the breakfast comes on and the coffee is there, and "It's bo
hard to give It up."
"If I really thought coffee was hurting me I would quit It, because I value
health above everything, but as long as there's a doubt I keep on using coffee
and yet staring me in the face is the fact that I have
Taken medicines of raairy kisds.
Tried exercise. .
"Tried various other methods to
get well and yet"
"Here 1 Am"
"Ailing right along and getting slowly a little worse each month."
"Something must be done for there is but one end to the road I am now
"Oh rats about the coffee, It don't hurt me, why I've drank It for twenty
"Experiment to learn the exact truth about lt7"
"Why of course I would really like to know definitely and surely all about
it for I want to find the demon that keeps me ill, prevents my enjoyment of
health and strength and keeps me from success In business, because I am half
sick all the time."
"How's that? Quit coffee ten days?"
"Pretty hard to do neighbor."
"Easy when Postum is served In Its place, why?"
Postum coffee when properly brewed (and that's easy) has the deep seal
brown of fine gov't Java which changes to a rich golden brown when cream Is
added. It does not possess the strong acrid taste of Rio Coffee but has the mild,
fine crisp flavor of the higher grades of Java and a fragranco all Its own. With
many cultivated people it ranks in flavor above ordinary coffee.
So, it's easy to shift from ordinary coffee to Postum and make the ten-day
test to see If you can locate the thing that is eating away your life.
Argument Will Stand
against the fact that
" -Thousands of People.
If as a result of this tost you find, In two or three dayo, peaceful sleep re
turns, appetite comes keen again, stomach no longer feols sick and abused.
Breath sweet onco more and tongue clean.
The yellow skin takes on pink and white.
Bowels become natural and you can walk forth with the old time spring of
conscious strength arJ health,
and only then will you certainly know that coffee has, all along been your hid- i
den enemy, and how much you have thrown away In peace, money, comfort, ac
complishment and position during the past years and all for the miserable pit
tance of a morning cup of coffee.
Poor old weak humanity, what chattering, doddering fools wo are to ex-
.chaise Jthg brilliant and wonderful-birthright for such a meas of -pottage,
SHOW A BAB COSD1TIOH OFTHE BIOOB ! H
When the blood is in bad condition a bruise, cut, '
scratch, or any slight injury to the flesh, is apt to become rc!?" Jy
an ugly-looking sore or ulcer. Sometimes a boil, blister
or pimple is the beginning of a large eating ulcer or open, xWi
discharging sore. Often the blood is naturally bad, and sjsf ' 11
is that way from birth, and such people suffer with vari- lSv3JftiM I iH
ous kinds of sores from infancy through old age. The Sff9l9V I 'H
blood may become so weak . , . . S 11
Tnrl rtjarir frm flio ofTofc r.f , A common bou appeared on tho onlf of my right
ana watery irom tlieeilectSOl umb. Iusodtho oTmplo homo romodioa bat tho I LM
malarial sickness, debility or plaeorofusod tohoal. Tho phyniclan I consulted g)
emnonlfl fllirntilft Vrftuu fV.4- did mo no Rood. My lsjf ma a boIIu core from a' WmM
some old chronic trouble, that onlf to anklo, and 1 then botran 8. S. S. and I ''M
the impurities break out in lmprovod rapidly, but an attaolc of typhoid fovor i,
hid cnrfR nn ihr 1tw -r settled in tho original noro, causing a baotoot. I 'H
oaa bores on uie lower ex- bopan it apain aa soon as Iwna ovortho fovor, and JM
tremities or other part of the waB complotoly and permanently curod. ! j'jH
body. There is always some M MBS- ka5tjFyv J'l
morbid, unhealthy matter in Oa.tlofPa. SHWachingtonSt. j H
the blood that keeps the sore discharging, and must be gotten out before it '
j. will heal. Washes and salves, while cleansing, sooth- 'H
ftC! C luo au( iiclpful, will not do it, because they do not j .H
v reach the poisoned blood ; but S. S. S. cleanses and ( j 'H
J purifies the diseased blood, and when this is accom- H
plished the place heals. Where the health has been
impaired it restores strength and vigor to the system, improves the appetite jA
and digestion, and tones up the nerves. Purifying the blood is the surest ijH
way to get rid of an old sore or ulcer. Medical advice is free. j IH
THE SWSfT SPEGBfSG GO, A TANTA9 6A
ll'iliHI i n lili iti; H
GREAT SALE OP , H
I In all the LATEST EFFECTS for SPRING AND 1 j
SUMMER, in LAWNS and SILKS, at extraordi-
nnrily low prices, including 300 waists. H
j Prices from q j I
ON SALE WEDNESDAY AND
THURSDAY. SEE WINDOW
....GARDNER DABLY STORE NEWS...71 i
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I 'zzJ these uncertain days, w
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ffllllB patterns in gray' and tan -
I jfflffll' 15, $20 and ?2o. I ;IH
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I P i ' caukt " " town - in - the p jH
Remember we have all I il
jj kinds of umbrellas.
j One J p (lAMDNEK Mdnsf i l
Orders By Mail Promptly Filled. 1
Atj Hnrton s 5tr 1
Today the Last Day. I ,
I E. & W. Collars, not more than one s j j ,
E doz. to a customer, 4 for M Ot ? ' 1
i The celebrated Fowler Collar, not more than one ; -'H
i dozen to a customer, 1 for jIJ H
7oc and 50c Suspenders, only a few ' jl
left, u-pair , Llijks 1 jH
NEW SrRING- GOODS 'AWAIT YOUR COMING.
Outfitters to Men and Bo.vs. -1547 Main St. ! '
WATCH FOR OUR NEXT SPE CI AL' H