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H 'The Bauf t.aitpi Trebiinx: TBxmsmx moesotg, stilt 7, mL 1
I' COLORED WOMEN
Second Pay's Session
las Big Attendance.
Addresses of Welcome De
livered by Gov. Wells
and Mayor Morris.
Resolutions of Thanks for Courtesies
Extended Are Adopted by .
Many more delegates were present at
the meetings of the Western Federa
tion of Colored Women yesterday than
on the first day, and there was no time
lost In getting down to real work. Ke
ports from a majority of the' commit
tees were received and adopted after
discussion. The report of the commit
tee on by-laws and incorporation was
not ready, however, and will not he
acted upon until late today. The
morning' session was opened by all
present singing "Jesus, Lover of My
Soul," after which Gov. Wells and
Mayor Morris made brief speecheo wel
coming the delegates to the State and
tity. Secretary Mrs. Julia Emery re
sponded to the speech of the Governor,
and the welcome- of 'Mayor Morris was
responded to by Vice-President Mrs. B.
B. Nesbltt. The meeting was also ad
dressed by Judge A. N. Cherry of thlo
city. Rev. Dr. Helm of Denver and W.
J. When ton of Ogden.
The publication of an official paper of
the organization was discussed, and the
report of the committee on education
and orphanage, recommending that It
be Incorporated In the laws of the fed
eration tlmt a fund be created for the
nstnhllslimpnt of an nrnhnnaxre and
I school, was unanimously adopted. The
following report from the committee on
resolutions was also adopted:
"Resolved, That we tender our sin
cere thanks to the City Council for do
nating to us the use of this chamber In
uhlch to hold our meetings, as we
know of none of the Western States
that has ever taken as much interest
In us and tendered such hospitality as
Utah has; and be It further
"Resolved, That a vote of thanks be
tendered the dally papers of this city
for the great Interest they have mani
fested In reporting our dally sessions,
and that n special vote of thanks be
tendered The Salt Lake Tribune for an
excellent report of our session on Tues
day; also that a vote of thanks be ten
dered to the chief executives of this
State and city, Hon. H. M. Wells. Gov
ernor, and Hon. R. P. Morris, Mayor,
for the welcome extended to the fed
eration. "Mrs. A. H. Gricc. Mrs. IT. Ferrell,
Mrs. H. Blanchard, committee."
The delegates will visit Saltalr this
afternoon after holding a morning ses
sion, and a grand banquet and ball will
be held In the Federation of Labor, hall
on Saturday night. v
Ing the greater part of that period the
j Republican party was In the ascendancy,
j Its principles and Its policies were In full
operation in the Nation, and our country
j ndvanccd as never before. Its growth
1 during the existence of the Republican
party Verges upon the mavelous. While
j the tremendous progress that has been
j made cannot be ascribed, of course, cn-
Hj llrely to the wisdom and beneficence of
1 Its policies, yet it has contributed lm-
j measurably to the results which have
j been attained. It has given security and
1 protection to capital and labor. It has
1 been the wise and loyal friend of each,
for it has realized that our greatest de
velopmcnt must come through their har
monlous co-operation It has Inspired con
lldence among the people in the lnteri-i
ty and soundness of its administration,
all of which is essential to the highest dc
j velopmcnt and progress. No duty has
j been laid upon it, no matter how sudden
or grave, but that It has met It wisely
nnd bravely. It has never capitulated to
mere expediency or made a tmco to
1 wrong. It has taken the moral side of
1 ''very great question and has conlidently
j trusted In the sober and ultimate Judg-
j ment of the American people. It has
j taught the unity of the Republic, the
B oneness of the American people and their
interdependence'. It has stood against co
rlallstlc tendencies and opposed those ma
H1 llgn teachings which would establish class
distinctions, which arc the very life of
monarchical Institutions and which arc
baneful to the Republic.
The country of fifty years ago stands In
marked contrast to what wc behold -today.
Then there were thirty-two Stales, with
some twenty-live millions of people, part
slave and part freemen. Then there was
B; division among the Slate Today thcro
1 Is unity of sentiment. Then there was
slavery. Today It Is dead and burled bo
yond the possibility of resurrection. Tho
1 home of human liberty has been extended
beyond the limits of our borders by tho
valor of our arms and established among
alien people in the distant seas.
The progress of our people has been
B manifest In every avenue of human effort.
1 It has been marked In art and science, In
philanthropy nud charity, In school and
church, In industry and commerce. Wlillo
we have developed In tho material world
beyond the most optimistic dreams of
those of fifty years ago assembled here
H b"neulh the historic oaks, wc have cx-
panded In nil of the higher and better
riualltle3 which exclto the pride and ad-
B miration of the most advanced people.
Morning of New Century.
H We stand at tho morning of a new ccn-
u,r7 w,hicli la to bo greater than tho past
H with all of Its glorious achievements. It
i9 a happy augury that wo enter upon It
with the Republican party in tho a.scend
incy, under Republican policies which are
suited to the largest national growth. The
Republican party has given to hlstorv
many statesmen of great eminence whose
H names have become a part of the Im-
mjasurcublo glory of tho Republic. We
will enter upon the half, century which
"pens before us with such hopeful prom
!sn, under a brave, patriotic, wise Amcrl-
K ran. whose idealo arc In harmony with
B lne bcst tradlilona of lhe' Republic, and
j vhos ambition 13 to load our country-
t "nan and our country in the paths of
l )ca.:e, prosperity and honor Theodore
H( et us take henco nev,- Inspiration from
) nls hallowed spot and prove ourselves
i worthy of the virtue and courago of our
B Hair Specialists
H For ladles and gentlemen. Ml3s Char-
H ottc Lyngberg und Miss Carrie Lea-
l-.er. Formerly with Dr. Nell C. Brown,
now at 417 to 421 Constitution build
H leg; 'phono 2033-X.
GOULD TO PLAGE
Germnn Hails and Many How Cars
and Locomotives for All
Following the announcement that the
Denver & Rio Grande bad placed an
order for 12,000 tons of steel rails, comes
the unusual news that this Is but a
drop In the bucket to the orders that
.the nllled Gould lines are to place. Mr.
Gould Is now In Europe, but his various
heads of departments have received
their Instructions and the orders will
be placed mostly In this country, but
arrangements will be made with Gor
man steel mills to furnish a very large
order of heavy steel rails. These are to
be shipped to Baltimore. Md., and a
part on the Gulf of Mexico, where they
will be handy to the ends of the Gould
lines, his would indicate that the great
system has In view extensions In all
parts" of the country.
The orders for equipment are to In
clude thousands of freight cars of the
greatest capacity and all of steel. New
diners, parlor cars and general pas
senger equipment is likewise to be
ordered, the details being Indicative of
a train do luxe.
For some time the Gould lines have
been very quiet but It Is now evident
that things are In such a position that
the backers are about ready to make
their announcements of great plans for
No doubt remains that Gould Is back
of the Western Pacific. As one rail
road man said yesterday: "He can't
stop hero under the conditions, and as
he ha3 completed his line to the At
lantic, it is a sure thing that he will
turn to the Pacific right away. All
these rails and orders for future deliv
ery of equipment point only to a Pa
NEW ENGINEER FOR
THE UNION PACIFIC
Arthur H. Fetters, assistant mechan
ical engineer of the Union Pacific, has
been appointed mechanical engineer of
that company with headquarters at
Omaha, Neb. C. B. Smyth has been ap
pointed assistant mechanical engineer,
to succeed Mr. Fetters.
BOTH LiS CUT
Off BY TRAIN
! Andrew ktan Is
Was Lying Partly Across
Track at Coppar Belt
Nothing Known of His Antecedents
as He Had Arrived in Bing
ham the Day Before.
Andrew Anderson was run over by a
train on the Copper Belt line near
Bingham about 2 o'clock yesterday
morning and lost both legs at about the
knees. The man was lying with his
lower limbs across the track when the
train struck him, and the supposition Is
that he was 'asleep. He was picked up
by the trainmen after the wheels had
passed over him, and Dr. Stockham of
Bingham was summoned. The man
was too weak from loss of blood to be
brought to one of the hospitals and he
was attended to by Dr. Stockham. One
leg was cut off above the knee and the
other just below.
Nothing is known as to the ante
cedents of the man. He was a stranger
at Bingham and, It is sald. had arrived
in own only tho day before. He Is a
native of Sweden and speaks very bro
ken English. It is not known whether
he has any friends or relatives in this
part of tho country. As soon as the
man Is able to be moved he will be sent
to one of the hospitals in this city.
great Sea Serpen!
Reptilo Has Fondness for French.
Drink and Follows Ship for '
Miles to Secure Drink.
NEW YORK, July C Had It not
been for a .gigantic sea serpent, the
voyage of the French liner La Lorraine
would have been most dreary.
But the sea serpent, on Its way to
fulfill a contract at Coney Island, came
along last Sunday about 11:20 a, m. and
began to scout In the steamer's wake
for all absinthe bottles that had not
Most of the passengers were on deck
when the sea serpent appeared, about
400 yards away. The passengers nay It
remained some time at the surface,
then dived and reappeared at frequent
Intervals, and at one time fully fifteen
yards of Avater showed between what
was evidently the creature's head and
an enormous fold of Us body which
rose fully three yards above the water.
REPORTED 8AJ.E OF
There Is nothing In the report that
the Sanpcto Valley has been sold, al
though It Is rumored from Mantl that
tho paymaster, on his trip, said so.
ffhc line never had a paymaster, as the
work Is done through the mall from the
local office In Salt Lake.
However, It Is seemingly strange that
the road has not been sold as Its strate
gic position makes it very valuable and
It would be a great benefit either to the
San Pedro or the Rio Grande. Then
Its coal mines at Morrison will eventu
ally be In a splendid position to supply
that region with coal and the Snn Pedro
could also secure Its supply. The Rio
Grande on the other hnnd would find
tho line Just ns valuable. Tho line has
not been sold, however, but is still
owned by the English people. Presi
dent Young Is In Wyoming on Business.
The Alta camp will soon be equipped
with a railroad.
It Is again rumored that the Rio
Grande will make a circle line by con
necting Heber and Park City.
Utah has no new mileage yet this
year, but by tho end of tho year the
total will include tho seven miles of
the Ncwhouse line, the eight miles of
the Cutler line, a possible extension
from Marysvale and a start on new
construction from Salt Lake.
Already tho Short Line Is booking a
large number for the Lucln cut-off ex
cursion on the 17th, Owing to the fact
that all want to see the line It will be
a popular train. The return will be
made about 5 p. m.
B. F. Frobes, superintendent of tele
graph on the Oregon Short Line, one
time was with the Postal Telegraph.
The Railroad Gazette has a nice notice
of the career of this popular official who
has been with the company such a long
The Oregon Short Line will operate
an excursion to the Mormon colony In
Alberta, Canada, on August C.
General Passenger Agent S. K.
Hooper of the Rio Grande Is In the city.
The announcement yesterday In The
Tribune that the Rio Grande system
has ordered 12,000 tons of heavy steel
rails was the Interesting bit of news
for speculation among local railroad
men. In this city It is believed that
they will be laid below Marysvale. But
what will the guessers say In vlev of
the latest news of Gould orders?
BANK OF REPUBLIC
TO ACT AS TRUSTEE
Contributions for Family of Drowned
Man Will Be Re
ceived. President Frank Knox of the Nation
al Bank of the Republic has consented
to allow that banking-house to be tho
temporary trustee for any contribu
tions to the relief fund of the widow
of Jonathan Riley, who was drowned
In the Jordan on the Fourth when try
ing to rescue his son, who was also
drowned. The case Is a sad one fcJicl
many people are eager to help. Any
contributions that are paid to the
cashier of the above-mentioned bank
will be properly turned over to the
widow. The Tribune will give out the
amount of the subscription from time
to time. It Is a worthy charity.
Expert piano tuner and repairer. P. O.
box 905. "Phone Beesley Muslo Co.
ORPHANS OF ST. ANN'S
GO OUT TO SALTAIR
It was a large crowd at Saltalr yes
terday, all the local Catholic societies
going out in a body to pass the after
noon and evening at the popular bath
ing resort. It was a splendid thing for
the Utah Light and Railway company
and the management of the Saltalr
road and beach to give free the whole
trip to the nearly 200 little orphans of
Kcarns-St. Ann's orphanage. The gift
also Included the merry-go-round and
popcorn, so what more could be de
sired. All tho other societies went out on
the excursion In different groups, and
they one and all had the merriest time
possible. Elegant refreshments for all
had been provided by a number of
ladles, and after a good appetite had
been secured by a bath, the tables were
spread and tho hour nt dusk was said
to be tho liveliest of all.
It was a most successful outing in
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They rellovo tho pain and tono up tho
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Should you neglect this precaution
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Dr. M.llcs Anti-Pain Pills havo a
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Wo urge you to try them under thla
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San Francisco, Cal.
A posltivo and permanent cure for
drunkenness and the opium diseases.
Thero Is no publicity, no sickness. Ladles
treated as privately as at their own
homes. Tho Keely Institute, 334 W. So
Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah.
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V ' tt WMOTuo now Tlo.l Rrlnv. nju
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Tor salo by P. C. Schramm, F. J.
HU1 Drug Co. and Chas. Van Dyke.
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s3y OatrutrM w Irritatloot or ulceration)
flsj(f not is iirlclarr. of maoous warn lira ned.
rrMoi CoMit. PaiMcss, and no: astrln
BoaBTHCEVAKSCHEMimCo. cont or polonou.
S5?. 0IKGinWI,0.R7?jJ Sold by Drasslaia,
SjSjjW CS.1. 5?fr or aenl P'B'n wrapper,
A'OPCnfts -Slyi ' br espM.s. prepaid, for
"V3gWjgw0l1 8l 00' or3 bottl? 12.7S.
VgSyjyvl) u circular cent on reauoct.
I J. W. CURRTJE,
n W. 3rd Bouth. Salt Lake City.
PROPOSALS FOR LAUNDRY, ETC..
Department of tho Interior.. Offlco of In
dian Affairs, Washington. D. C, June 11,
1&M. Sealed proposals, Indorsed "Propos
als for Laundry Building, etc, Fort Hall
School. Idaho," and addressed to tho
Commissioner of Indian Affairs. "Wash
ington, D. C , will be received nt this of
flco until 2 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday,. July
2C, 1WM, for furnishing materials and labor
necessary to construct and completo a
stone laundry building and boilerhouso nt
Fort Hall School, Idaho, in strict accord
ance with the plana, specifications and In
structions to bidders which may bo ex
amined aC this office, tho offices of tho
"Construction Nows," Chicago, 111.; the
"Salt Lako Tribune," Salt Lake City,
Utah, tho "Morning Oregonlan," Port
land, Or., the U. S. Indian Warehouses,
C02 South Seventh street, St. Louis. Mo.:
256 South Canal street. Chicago, 111.: S15
Howard street. Omaha. Neb., and 110
Wooster street. New York City, tho
Builders' and Tradors' Exchanges at
Omaha, Milwaukee and St. Paul, tho
Northwestern Manufacturers association.
St. Paul, Minn., and at tho school. For
further information apply to this offlco
or to A. F. Caldwell, superintendent,
W. A. JONES, Commissioner.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE
of tho supervising architect, Washington,
D. C, Juno 20, 1901. Sealed propoanla will
bo received at this offlco until 3 o'clock
p, m., on the 2eth day of July. 1KH, and
then opened, for the Installation of a
conduit and electric wiring byHtcra for
the Unltod Stales courthouse and post
offlco at Salt Lako City, Utah, In accord
ance with the drawings and spoclrtca
tlons, copies of which may bo obtained at
this office, or nt the office of the super
intendent of construction, Salt Lake City,
Utah, -at the discretion of tho supervising
archltoct, J, KNOX TAYLOR,
x21B5 Supervising Archltoct.
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June 19, 1904.
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13 to buy whero you can buy tho bust
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reliable Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds and
Clocks cheapor than you can buy them In
any other place In tho city.
75 East Second South Street, between
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b tho -watchword for health and vlsar,
comfort and beauty. Mankind is learn
Injr not only tho necessity but the luxu
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Cheap Rates to
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fCPa can savo you money. Wrlto m&.
C. F. WARREN. General Apent
CI Dooly Block. Salt Lake City.
IN EFFECT MAY SO, 190C
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rru, 1:30. 3.S0, 5:20, 6:30, 7:30 p. m.
LEAVE LAGOON, ".SO, 10.00 a. m.. 12:00
noon. 2:80, 4:20. 6:30, S:30. 100 p. m.
Last train leaves Lacoon Sunday 5:30
RoundTrip 5 CtS
A. D. PIERSON, Pass. &. Ticket Act
J. B. BEAN, Excursion Agt.
OFFICE. 161 MAIN ST.
Extra trains. 2:30 and 4:30 p. m. on Sun
days and holidays.
Salt Lako K Xoa Angeles Railwaj tt
In offect Miiy 31st, 1904. 1
GOING LEAVE RETURNING ' er
SALT LAKE ARRIVE SALT ffJ?1
LAKE. 'vjj 0
N'o. 2, 30:00 a. m. No. 1, 12.30 pj It
No. 4. 2:00 p.m. No. 3, 3!0p,ii r'M
No. fi, 4-00 p. m. No. 6, GrSO p. fJ n
No. S, r.:00 p. m. No. 7, 6:30 p. Vjf
No. 10, C;00 p. m. No. 0, 7 ISO p., tFi, ,
No. 12. 7-00 p. ra. No. 11, S:3i) p. fiir
No. 14. B:00 p. m. No. 13. 10.00p.,i 10
No. 1C. 9:00 p. m. No. 15, 11:45 p. i T
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP J IT
Sunday, last train leaves Saltalr at 9Sl eilf
COLOHAD0-UTAH SHORT LINljj
TO ST. LOUIS. VRg
Throuch car, Salt Lako City to Sll
Louis and Kansas City. Only one chknei JI
to Now York, Buffalo and -principal polntjIUH
East low rates for summer travel. SiMJI
EupcclaJ attcnUon to ladles and chOg
Tourist sleepers through to Chlcago,lJf
Boston and other points without change 1
Two trains dally.
Inquire at ticket offlco. 103 Dooly block?-.
Salt Lako City. Any Information choerfBt
fully given. H. C. TCWNSEND, m.
O. P. St. T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry SlA&ti
In effect Juno 8. 1904. fift
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. IK
No. 10 For BUiBham, Heber, awS
Provo and Marypvale S:00 a.nCHr,
No. 102 For Park City 805 a.m.1y
No. C For Donver and Bast ... S20 a.mnit
No. & For Ogden and West 10:60 a-rngP".
No. 1 For Ogden and West .... 1:45 p.m.'fy
No 2 For Denver and East. .... 3.15 p.raJLt
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka ... 5:C0 p.raAJ
No 11 For OKden and local pta . 6:05 p.iafm
No. 4 For Denver and East 8:05 p.nig3f
No 3 For Orjden and West 11:55 a.m.v!
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY. R
No. 0 From Ofjdcn and tho East S.40 a.trtSS
No. 12 From Ocden and Ideal ptal0:25 a.mXfi
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo.. 10:00 B-mffc
No. 5 From Denver and Bast. . .10:40 a.mgll
Ko. 1 From Denver and East... 15 p.nO
No. S From Ouden and West ... 3:03 p. nCJ
No. U1 -From Park City 6:15 p.m.? I
i No. S From Blncham, flober, j I
Provo and Marysvalo 6:00 p.njS I
No. From Ogden and the West 7:65 puntf
No. 3 From Denver and East .11:45 p.rart I
All train except Nos. 1 to Stop at lnj) 1
termeaato Dolntn. Wt
Ticket offlco, Dooly Block. i
1 'Pliono 205. 6 I
! L A, BENTON. G. A. P. If.
I The Coolest Possible, j
? They have been equipped for the service to'St. Louis, and
there are none more comfortable or better ventilated. In the
Standards the upholstering is plush; in the Tourists' it is rat- S
tan. Let me know .which you prefer either is good, and
either is at your command. The Tourist is the cheaper of the f
I two. .'
1 flite S. P. 3IESLEX3", General Agant, H
fmlfFp 79 W' seco:n:d S0UT;Ei ST- B
$ tegfelPl Salt lake City, Utah. Il
I CHEAP oys i;
Yf-Q m Chicago. Ij
H"l Bk C"" S42.50 St. Louis and return. I :
BLs M se Wte $47.50 Chicago and return. Wl il
w ?50.00 St Louis and return via B i
j Chicago. M
M a??3m.. Liberal stopovers and limits in H ' !
j( 'WPM CaCh dirccfcion- ' I I
W sInTh nil lit Three trains daily. Elegant ffor- B -
P Best dining care.
j; J:;S Observation sleopers.' 9 I
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A. BISLE, T. P. A. 1
JSS , yOLOO West Second South, Salt Lake
CHAS. B. SLOAT, M '
Qmi't Agt., Denver, Colo. , pi ; j