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' j . Tm SIfl? liAKE TRIBTOTE; TUESDAY MOKEjOyG, JULY 5, 1904. g ,
jjltt, SHOP AND OFFICE.
tor Ives Oat
S iyestern Pacific Will Be
:Ksjj."' Used From Here to
-St Vwifi63 A11 Tlint Hqs 336011 Sad of
Gould tuid 'Koffat 3eal
iSiUs111 to Thp Tr,bune-
dBMiiTEW YORK, July A. Georgo J.
i, 'WJjl Gould's straight railroad line from
$t3fc3jr alt I'ake to 1-110 acl,ac cot Is
Aii!jj an assured fact. Said a Gould
rtSj&Sst' fiteclor to.loy: "The trust deeds and
sartgs f';ilt -alte Clt-y and Utah,
l.Ve yjf.ra ai. i Vlifomia have been filed.
BtiTiK pjshtoi' " iv has been secured. Nearly
Mrl l 'll !Ui:, I,as been surve3C(i find
hid rtUl "ome counties land has
e'icn b ,ocal cominunS,-le3 for
nariS -"hi of v. terminal stations and
e tfat I lnf' just returned from a trip to
California, where this new railroad pro
15. J jstt is in-line: with an enthusiastic
ulcomc from all business interests. On
f. lh western end of the line townships
W 1' , u-e oIcrincr casn bonuses in addition to
Am' li2d, to got the railroad their way.
H PjIj" credited representatives of finan
H fi .&1 institutions in New York have been
W ffllgently at work closing up real estato
' itJs preliminary to beginning the
vork of construction.
! "The jil-w road, which is- to be built
! ty the Wc -tern Pacific railway, is de
i nsed as a possible outlet to the Pa
i t&- covst. Tim Missouri Pacific reaches
in Silt Lake trom Pueblo via the Denver
"V fc Rio Grande. Almost a straight line
,j 'drawn on a map from Salt Lake to
"l 'Sin Francisco will make the route o
' jtie projected road.
n) "Paslng around the southern end of
lie Great Salt Lake by way of Stock-
z fco, the Western Pacific will cut
.J. itiroush rtah and Nevada, 100 miles
'Mothof the Southern Pacific, one day's
"'1 .travel shorter between Salt Lake and
. 1-1' l.l , ,
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San Francisco than any existing route.
"A significant feature of the enter
prise is its harmonious connection with
the Denver, Northwestern & Pacific
railway, which Moffat and unknown
associates are now building from Den
y6r to Salt Lake. Wall street believes
Gould is one of Moffat's unknown as
sociates. "Moffat makes no denial.
"With Gould interested in the Moffat
road, he will have a double outlet from
Denver to the Pacific, one via the Den
ver & Rio Grande, the otheivIa Den
ver, Northwestern & Pacific.
"Developments in trans-continental
railroad matters show that Gould has
a larger grasp on the rallwav situation
west of the Missippl river than any
other single individual."
W, D. CORNISH HAS
Judge W. D. Cornish, vice-president
of the Union Pacific. Oregon Short Line
and other Harrlman roads, has been
elected vice-president of the Southern
Pacific to succeed IT. E. Huntington.
Judge Cornish is well known here, hav-
ing first made local visits as master in
chancery In the foreclosure proceedings
of the Union Pacific and Short Line, al
so being the one who sold the Oregon
Short Line property in January 1S97,
when it was bought in by the Boston
reorganization committee. . He is a far
sighted lawyer and since liis entry into
railroad work has proved his ability in
"Western Union "Wires on San. Pedro.
Special to The Tribune.
CAHENTB, Nov.. July -1. The Western
Union Telegraph company's wires are
strung to a point thirty-eight miles west
of Ca.Icnte and poles sent hero which will
carry the lino to a point fifty mllca west.
Tho roughest part of the work Is now
completed and Insldo of the next thirty
days they expect to have tho lino In
stalled to the front and ready for service.
"WTho track Is now completed on tho San
Pedro line ninety-five- miles west of Call
ento and there is no track In the West
iu a more perfect condition. Right up to
the extreme front the track is in a safe
condition for trains to run sixty miles an
hour should occasion demand.
Freight-Handlers' Strike Off.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 4. Tho strike
of tho Southern Pacific freight handlers,
which was declared on the night of Juno
4, Is off and many of the men will ro
turn to work Tuesday at tho old scale.
All the general offices were closed yes
terday. Tho three local roads did a rushing ex
cursion traffic yesterday, the number of
passengers carried being far In excess of
other years. Trains to the canyons were
If the Ogdon gateway should bo closed
at this tlmo.it would be a good thing for
Salt Lake, as it would positively mean,
the building west o.f the Gould system.
Thereforo all would welcome tho closing.
But on Uio other hand, tho Rio Grande,
even with tho fact that It has to fight for
every bit of business, controls the pas
senger traffic through tho gateway, and
by closing it tho Southern Pacific would
lose tho haul of G7 per cent of Ogden routo
passenger traffic, which would thus bo
diverted to tho new Gould line. Then tho
Itlo Grande, tho Missouri Pacific, the Mid
land, tho Burlington, tho Santa Fo and
the Rock Island aro also contributing a
large percentage of tho freight traffic to
the Southern Pacific. This would alM bo
diverted to the now Gould line. No, tho
gateway not only will not bo closed, but It
cannot be closed Just now,
Marjnger J. G. Jacob.s of tho Mcrciir
road is back from tho EnsL
!Fh? .late.st news 0UGht to show how tho
wind Is blowing.
It Is also said' that Gould now has six
directors on tho Union Pacific.
Provo will have reason to be proud of
ts now union station, but Salt Lako Is go
ing to have two beauties.
It Has Been Brought to Light in
Connection With Death in
CHICAGO, July 4. The Chronicle says:
A romance connected with an es
tate left by Morris Fabian of San
Francisco has been brought to light
in Chicago. Tho ctsato.and other legaclCB
aro bequeathed to Fabian's three daugh
ters, who. when infants, were adopted In
Kansas City by different fnmllles. Ono
of the daughters died, the second is sup
posed to bo in Chicago, the third la fald
to be here from Newark. N. J., looking
for the missing sister. Fabian, after his
wife's death In Kansas City come years
ago, was In straightened circumstances.
Later, fortune xmlled upon him in San
Francisco,, where, howowr, he is reported
to have died suddenly before finding his
missing daughter. Her name Is Adlc, and
sho would now be about 17yearH of age.
Her surviving sister, Rcb.'cca, is said to
be comfortably provided for by relatives
in Newark, N. J.
For ladles and gentlemen. Miss Char
lotte Lyngberg and Miss Carrie Lea
ker. Formerly with Dr. Nell C. Brown,
now at 417 to 421 Constitution build
ing; 'phone 2093-X.
Woman Violates 2?ish Law.
Special to Tho Tribune.
RAWLINS, Wyo., July Mrs. Wil
liam Darling of Dixon was arrested by
the deputy game warden of this county,
for catching and selling fish from the
Snake river. She pleaded guilty and
was fined the minimum amount, $25
The Joy of Eating
is common to all humanity until
the organs go wrong then joy
is turned to sorrow and food
does the body little or no good.
If you would return to the
ability to enjoy food use
Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c. and 25c.
ling IhcSloinachs aiidBowels or
Promotes Digeslion.Cheer(iir ;
ness andnest.Contc'iins neither
1 Opium.Morpliinc iiorIuieraL :
; ;not jNaucqtic.
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A perfect Remedy for Conslipa- !
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Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- '
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It. Has Oponcd. i
Q Opn day ard night TeL OO-T. S
4- Tray Orders Solicited.
New and elegant In all its appointments.
250 rooms, slnglo or en suite. 51 rooms with
bath. G. S. llolmos. Proprietor.
l ffr Infants and Children.
The Kind Yois Have
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Is to buy whoro you can buy tho boat
goods for tho least money. I sell honest,
reliable Jowelry, Watcho3, Diamonds and
Clocks cheaper than you can buy them In
any other placo in tho city.
7S East Second South Street, between
Commercial and State Streota.
You have always meant to (
buy a STEINWAY Piano j
i that b your ideal. You don't
knovf how the idea came to you j
that Steinways are the bcit
. We can tell you. It b
No one told you to. The
world sayj jo, and vhen the
Steinway goes home you will I
know why better every day. t
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PROPOSALS I'OR LAUNDRY, ETC.", Ifl
Department of the Interior., Office of In- U
dlan Arfalrs, Washington. D. C, Juno 11, WR
1WM. Scaled proposals, indorsed "Propoa- 'H
als for Laundry Building, etc. Fort Hall H
School, Idaho," and addressed to tho
Commlsaloner of Indian Affairs. Wash- H
lngton, D. C, will be received at this of- U
fice until li o'clock p. m, of Tuesday,, July
20, 1901, for furnishing materials and labor H
necessary to construct and complete a H
stone laundry building and bollorhouse at B
Fort Hall School. Idaho, In strict accord- 'W
anco with the plans, specifications and In- II
structlons to bidders which may bo ex- H
amlncd at this office, the offices of tho 'H
"Construction News," Chicago, III.; the
"Salt Lako Tribune." Salt Lake City,
Utah, tho "Morning Oregonlan." Port- H
land, Or., tho U. S. Indian Warehouses, H
C02 South Soventh street, SL Louis. Mo.;
266 South Canal street. Chicago, 111.: S15
Howard street. Omaha. Neb., and 110 H
Wooator street, Now York City, the ,U
Builders' and Traders' "Exchanges at
'Omaha, Milwaukee and SL Paul, the ,H
Northwestern Manufacturers' asHoclatlon.
St. Paul. Minn., and at tho school. For '
further information apply to this office
or to A. F. Caldwell, superintendent, !
W. A. JONES, Commissioner.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE H
of the supervising architect, Washington, HI
D. C, June 20, 105l. Sealed proposals will n
bo received at this office until. 3 o'clock HI
p. m., on the 2th day of July, 1901, and HI
then opened, for tho Installation of a i HI
conduit and electric wiring system for HI
tho United States courthouse and post- HI
office at Salt Lake City, Utah, in accord- HI
ancc with the drawings and speclflca- HI
tlons, copies of which may bo obtained at HI
this offlco. or at tlto office of the super- ' HI
Inlendc-nt of construction. Salt Lako City. HI
Utah, at tho discretion of the supervising . HI
arohltect. J. KNOX TAYLOR. 'HI
x2195 Supervising Architect HI
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p Is on full force, The greatest of all Summer Clearance Sales springs into existence with the open- I
j ing of our store this morning; overshadowing our own enviable record for value-giving and offering j I
5" I the biggest stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing . ever presented in Salt Lake. S Today is the day. j I
Kmh Suit lmrmco Boys' Suit Clearance. Mm's Shirt Clearance. STRAW HAT So I
j ' , 3,000 of Them to Pick From. A Grand Assortment. Great lot of 1.50 and ?2.oo Negligee dj rjrj MEN'S AND BOYS'. II
I Onr regular 7.50 kinds now 7 Our regular 2150 kinds now T) 1 85 Shirts subject to your choice $UU 7 00 I II
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V So at q UU fro at , Q ot Qf Negligee sllirts subject 75c kinds yUC Ecgular J rf
t J Our regular 12.00 kinds now & Q rCh Our regular 3.50 .kinds now $70 to your choice OUC -$3.50 kinds .. .JvJ'
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' I A great assortment of men's Pants reduced in like pro- Youths' long pants' suits the same way. y0lu' cll0,CC Big lot of 2.00, 2.50, 3.00 and 3.50 $175 I
I portion. kJ ' 1.00 Knee Pants at 75c' 75c Knee Pants at 50c. Plenty of bargains in Neckwear and Hosiery. Felt Hats i
j j These reductions woold not oiean much in other stores, hut It means a wonderful saving of dollars and cents the way goods are marked here j
ItodAY ONE, - P Al ft NIT H 136-13" j TODAY S ,
II is the PRICE... J I XIVMIlIVf MAIN ST. bsthe I j
1 1 DAY - THE QUALITY STORE. ' j , I