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AY MORKiyG. JXJLT 19.. 1004. THE SALT JLAK TRIBTOOTf 31
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1 RAPE TO
I m CITY
j i Lpected Road to
jji i Bit. ,
jj Sinishsd and Com-
Ready to Let
J5 " 14 Up From Marysvale to
':; -f and It Looks like
2 )' Deal ia Iron.
Q if ' ade "Western will at once
1 nsli construction for about
' ' f o road from Marys-
'3 t'vanty Utah. The survey.-!
111 It some lime ae' nnd
gljf ai( of getting out the llnal
31 j)uiimatc? for contractors
i : i-adeied. Tlie final survey.
I ! ectlonlng. has been done.
W ' i a ii the contract ls awarded
X ; tl.eiu?tructlon i to com-
,551 : ; me'
1ljrr- : Tthc penetration or ..he
w ' Ttico the iron and coal de
mMr ' pos county, a plan it hos
! liar twenty years and more.
SMi BuK-Iopmcnts have proved
''ml beystlon that the company
k dlnto the region, not for
th eli as an ample pupply of
'W I iutf for the Iron, and this
.11! J faclv nicely with the mys
uS, I tcrfor the purchase of the
2 t oldt
i Tia.s already shown- how
h steeinanufartured in this
Slur- short routes to the Pa
D2 Ii In. the Orient. Then
vl 1 the lg- to sc-o a large amount
IliW JU of cln the next decade, and
M I a foe savod in freight rates
JU I J hj railji at home. The
4 Pi'Iu steel f. o. b. and d
sltf I Hvei very different things,
n I .-mined in enough steel to
U IjuJI.ouIiI prove to be quite a
?Hm Ttle hat at last conie to a
f ,6al if 11 v.'1 10 maintain
BTMJ it" sitlon in Utah it will
iwiil lwno s00 undeveloped re
"2 I gioner line? right now are
ln$ I bencnergy to get into coal
W lAntr Productive sections
'iSj i Prelre will develop in this
BLS;ating a light for new tor--M.Itorr
happened In the arena
calvIn' Tfrande i. going to the
jjBWrioastalnly got to fortify It-
htiW M,f N and t,iat lsJust what
tWti A every small line In the
ear II stitwi.ed by one or Hie
ouIx ''ie 8i5Jle,T1M Utah.
.'S ?; S TO "BOB."
r; 1 'Baxrlntendent on L-ohigh
'j lilrond at Sayre.
; ltcter. who used to come
i to Sone of the division su-
Sperii the Union Pacific in
tho tratlon. has lately re
tpiv(omotlon In being made
supof the Pennsylvania &
Xewon of the Lehigh Val
le, uarterB at Sayre. Pa..
As ):n. the Lehigh Valley
Ik oiusiest double-tracked
voatbrld. There are sixty
dallj trains on these divi
.oiihing of a freight every
Th the train Hheet In the
Slatin about ten years ago
and there was an average
of 12ilng daily.
l,plf 0 THE BAIL.
iyl Johrls Novr President of
m Aty Terminal.
18,f An who is well known in
jJjs(' Salt ho hus just been ap
Ladw polnN position is John II.
I .'aJ f Egarpresldent of the Cen
takfw if "ftl IIe nas 1,een olected
AfcJ'lpresi Un,on Depot Bridge
1 and 'nl'ail' at Kansas City.
$TW f lr. ery nearly being ap
"WilL pointings as receiver of the
lBD.v- V ' Oregne and was only nre
siu2 2 "i-entdJle. but effective war
?r& $ vaSat the time by his op-"fc!-S
;i ontry has never been told
' -3 ;i 1,UL 1 a clinPtor ! liis-
ai'2 1 lor' In Utah that has
Al C 1 tE SAW PEDRO.
T$QZ Trac to a Point Seventeen
!J ! , sst of Moapa.
S 't Spoelibunc.
i t' CAN'ev , July IS. The
tvacK to a point seventeen
mlleoapa. At Uie present
j :itennlaying the road runs
: i'throins which at track
; ;:kvol)o feet above a. level.
i :i anu. , erdure covering the
tnouithe moat part scrubhy
. oak. estiulte. truji e- is an
. abun and the sand which
JL rormial objectloiuible fea
.ku w:;?1 work ound loapa,
le8wor ?btlL ld1,s poInL and
nnrvJl'u,d b tortile as
a?iver wal abundant,
J1B II r , iS Oliglltful. ThO
IP n.ri0m. cllmbfl above 92
r ill uous i t.hero 18 a conU-L-IK
ton, I),?y,ll,K aroun(1
' ! th?mU,;H,lls and sleeping
nre M- lhTOugh which the
nVmf a on' ln thc" mountains
vd-en Kfcy scores of pnw-
S 3a,n'ld, wlls can be
comiP 11 to cleap.c-ool water
HBl?,lre. bcdrck but
It&Mk txfci;S.lu?ts With rail-
Cf,u"1 n sl"caL fru,t
JHP Aulb pre!Jonce of eca
jfflr be through the J
day-time circling' around overhead, ut
Uring Uieir shrill crlc-p. and secmlnslv
an much at home as when floating on
the cool waters of the Golden Gate.
"Where they come from or why they
are there Is a mystery, but probably
they are pilgrims from California, and
prove good scavengers around the
Southern Pacific Meeting-.
LOUISVILLE. ICy.. July 18. A spe
cial meeting of the. stockholders oX the
Southern Pacific railroad will be held
"Wednesday in Beaehmont, iv puburb, to
vot on the question of. Issuing SIOO,
000,000 of prefc-iTcd slock. The Southern
Pacific is a Kentucky .oorpor-Tllon. niul
all Its meetings are held in this State.
Wecdln Has Kcsignod.
K. C. "Weedln lwifl resigned as rssident
engineer on the middle division of the
New York Central. "Wecfdin l another
official who lived in the Vest. fQi a
long time. He was engineer on con
struction for the Union Pacific, with
offices at Laramie, and S well known
here owing to frequent visits.
Chief Engineer Ashton of the Short
Line Is back from his trip over the ilne.
The Burlington has added 112 mtley
to its syetem by acquisition.
Every one is watching the Smoot and
The Itio Grande Is adding trout to
the streams along Its line, as In past
General Passenger Agent E. TV. Gil
lett of the Salt Lake route will return
from Los Angeles this week.
The Short Line and RJo Grande have
put in gong signals at railroad grade
Wood's Cross station, like Kaysvllle
and Farminglon, is to have a fine !awn
and garden. Soon the route to Ogdon
will be dotted with these attractive sta
tions. The Southern Pacific has built a fine
two-story station at "West Weber, on
The second excursion over the Lucln
cut-off will be run from Ogdon next
Sunday and a large crowd is expected
to go out.
HACKMEN ENTER PROTEST.'
Claim That Automobile Competition
' Injures Them.
"East side, West side, all around thc
The hackmen of Salt Lake are up in
arms and trouble is-- brewing. If it
goes much further the unfortunate cit
izen will soon meet with the appalling
proposition of having to pay only 10
cents for a ride to either railroad sta
tion. Charlie Wilkes yesterday threw a
bomb into the camp of the former mo
nopolists in city trnffice by placing an
automobile on the- streqt with the as
tonishing sjgn, "To depots, 25 cents."
From the time of its appearance erst
while plain citizens who had only rid
den in an auto in their dreams, got into
the bandwagon in a hurry and without
any idea of leaving town were whirled
to one of the depots and back by a di
verse route. - They lolled back In the
big sea'ts as if to the chug rhug born
and the chauffeur had a busy time.
But will the hackmen stand for any
such foolishness? "Not on your tin
type." says Percy.
The hackmen had a grievance when
the tli'rtt bus' whs run between the
depots and hotels at a 25-cent fare.
This was found to be of no conse
quence, however, as the rocking, rum
bling wagon was not alluring to the
average passenger. But then the street
car company placed trailers at the sta
tion to meet all trains and here the
hackmen balked, but what good did it
do. When the railroads stood in with
city corporations and drew a white
dead line at either station the jehus.
became Indignant, but still they were
able to make up the deficit by hauling
home ln the dead hours of the night be
lated and Inebriated persons, who had
to pay anything from 50 cents to 53,
and so they have managed to exist.
But now comes the automobile quick
ly following the sceing-the-town car.
and these two are raising hob with the
50-cent day fare of the hackmen.
Another alarming feature of the
situation is the forthcoming announce
ment of a new concern, the West Side
Baggage, Carriage, Transfer and Truck
company, etc.. Limited. What this new
firm Is going to do to the East side
and where the old Salt Lake will get
off and what the poor hackmen will do
and what the autos will do remain as
a few pertinent questions to be an
swered. Said one driver yesterday: "If these
cheap hack guys would quit giving up
the whole thing to hotel drummers
and hashers and others who give 'em
the calls then they could get down to
the two-bit fare, but right now the
whole thing has to be given up to the
fellow who Is after the stuff."
This means that when a restaurant
or hotel man calls a earilage the hack
man has to divide the profit with the
man ordering the rig for his customer.
The whole question can be argued In
many ways, but it really looks as if
trouble were brewing.
The public need not care as a 5-cent
fare is better than a 50-cent ride any
IN THE INTEREST
OF GOOD IADS
Action of the County
Pfats for New Highways
Submitted by County
Work Already Done in JSat Xake
, County and What It Is
Proposed to Do. !f)
Right in Salt Lake county la being
carried on 'one of the gz-eatest move
ments in the Interest of good roads
ever undertaken in the West. The
movement begun with the assumption
of office by the present Board of Coun
ty Commissioners. They believe in good
roads and are working with the object
In view of connecting every city, town
and hamlet in thc county with, a sys
tem of first-class highways. A large
amount of work and money has been
spent during the past season in grading
and repairing the State street road, be
low the city limits in Union precinct.
The work is nearly completed. It re
maining only to cover the roadbed
with slag. When this has been done
this will be one of the finest pieces of
road in the whole western country
New Beads to Bo Built.
' ' At the meeting of the commissioners
yesterday the County Surveyor submit
ted plals. showing thc grade of the new
roads to be built between Holliday and
East Mill Creek and between Eleventh
and Twelfth East and Cleveland ave
nue. These are the first plats to he
approved in a large district which is to
be crossed and criss-crossed with good
roads. The district embraces all that
part of Salt Lake county lying between
the upper county road on the east and
the old Redwood road or highway No.
17 on the west, and extending from the
southern limits of Salt Lake City to
Murray. The grades for all of these
roads "have been determined by the
County Surveyor and the plats will bo
approved by the commissioners in the
near future. All of the grades will be
uniform and every road provided with
perfect drainage. The work of grading
will commence as soon as possible.
Work Already Bepun.
Work has already been begun on
Fourteenth South street road, which is
the most used highway crossing the
county east and west. A gang of labor
ers were started to work yesterday on
this road west of State street. The
plats will be approved in a few days.
On petition of the property owners in
the eastern purt of the county a four
rod street will be opened along the
eastern boundary of Mill Creek pre
cinct, extending from Parley's canyon
along the old Cottonwood canal toward
Holliday. The commissioners have al
so decided to widen the road at Holli
day leading Into Big Cottonwood. This
is a heavily travclcd highway and the
traffic has made it necessary to widen
Inducement to Owners.
As an inducement to property own
ers living along the highways where the
grades have been established to plant
trees and fix sidewalks the county will
fix the fence line frecof charge.
Thc County Commissioners are also
providing for the sprinkling of the
county roads and at the meeting yes
terday a contract for 3000 feet of four
Inch wrought Iron pipe was awarded to
the firm of Crane & Co. This pipe is
to be used In extending the main from
Sandy to Murray, which now reaches
3000 feet north on State street. This
additional 3000 feet will bring the pipe
line several hundred feet beyond the
road leading from State street to Bing
ham Junction and 0000 or 10,000 feet
more will send the water into Murray.
The pipe line is used merely for supply
water to sprinkle the county roads In
this district. At the present time the
road between Salt Lake City and Mur
ray is sprinkled with water from this
Injured in Collision.
LOS ANGELES, July 18. Three cars
of thc Los Angeles Pacific railway, all
crowded with passengers, collided at
Santa. Monica tonight arid were badly
demollshed. M. R. Fogel, a youth of lu
years, who was seated on the front plat
form of one of the cars, was probably
fatally injured, and a nunYbc-r of per
sons were slightly hurt.
Genuine CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS mist bear
Fac-simto Signature g?
U SICK HEADACHE M I fl ET D
TORPID LIVER. H W I" I
They touch .h. LIVER 2 S:
Genuine Wrapper Printed on -RED
PAPER BLACK LETTERS
Look for tho 6lBatuxe Vy
Just within her grasp
SjteJif is safety but she
sHwK -does not see it; she
WfjT' Mw-' is looking thc wrong
MnS "y There's many
IT'Pvlf. woman struggling
Wfks'Jr n a sca disease
i$wlto is doing thc
elli' Jfuic thing i
?8w iokins thc
1 J&ZMODS way
S-iaSr snatching at
gSgg;gp straws when the
life buoy, Dr.
jlllgfe Pierce's Favorite Pre-
scription is within her
$500 REWARD FOR WOMEN
WHO CAJvNOT DI5 CURED.
So uuiforraly successful has Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription proven in all forms
of Female Weakness, Prolapsus, or Falling
of Womb, and Leu.orrhea, that, after oyer
a third of a century's experience in curing
the worst cases of these distressing- and
debilitating ailments, Dr. Pierce now feels
fully warranted in offering: to pay $500 in
cash for any case of these diseases which
he cannot cure.
It Stands AtOPvE. The '"Favorite Pre-r-cription"
stands alone, as the one and
only remedy for these disxessiiiRly com
mon forms of weakncsSj posscssea of such
positively specific curative properties as to
warrant its niakeva in proposing, and
Wndinfr themoelvcs to forfeit, as the pro
prietors of that wonderful remedy here
by do, to pay the sum of $300 in legal
money of the United States iu any case of
the above diseases in which after a fair
jind reasonable trial of our treatment, we
fail to cure. No other medicine for
the cure of woman's peculiar ailments ia
b icked by such a remarkable guarantee ;
tu other medicine for woman's ills is pos
ee:iscd of the unparalleled curative prop
erties that would warrant its manufacturers
In .making such an offer; no other remedy
has such a record of cures oa which to base
tuchi ft remarkable offer.
I THIS WEEK ONLY. 1 1
o will sell. w"hile they last, the I
colobrated Illinois Automatic Re-
AT COST. B
Only a few left. "Yo don't want to Kj
c-ja rry them over. We also have a u
jw JCE) CREAM FREEZERS and
HAMMOCKS left. You will surely ffl
wa.nt one for the Twenty-Fourth H
The King Hardware 1
& Stove Co. 1
Tho Old Reliable Stand, M
Tone, 7-fS. Either Line ttj
for all lines of work can bo purchased
here at "short-circuit prices."
Wo carry a full stock of all things need
ed for wiring, bells, telephones, switches,
and light and heating apparatus.
Tho goods, which aro from tho best
manufacturers, am of modern deaign. ex
cellent material and perfect construction.
I. M. HIGLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
I 109 East First South. Telephone 753.
Last Week of Our
See Window for Big
"It Happens Evflryi.jTuJy."
238 and. 240 Main at. 'Phone 695.
frfae Best Whisky!
J Needs no Praise.
i : 9
j Old Cambridge Rye
Old .Crow Bourbon
I THE ZANO, 8
U ROPER & MATER.
B :&-23 TV. Second South St- EJ
Bettor f? any Eastern ma3t. "W1D
coot yem lss money. Aak your deal
or for them. Look for our trado.
Utah Bedding & M'Pj Co,.
Salt laOw Cltr. .Vtak.
I PER CENT I
I OFF I
T ON MRS. VAN DTI SEN
CAKE PANS, MONDAY 1p
and WEEK. Last of dem- jbt
4l onstration. Como early. Jr
Hardware Company f
THE POPULAR HARD- "C
C 27-29 W. 3rd So.
I ANTS, BUGS, j
j ROACHES I
d Or any other kind of Insect can bo H
K disposed of if you use our Bug B
M Kjllcr' I
" Every bottle guaranteed.
Price 25c j
I W.H. DAYTON 1
j DRUG CO. I
I TeL 552.
Ej Cor. Second South and State Sts. w
S Get the habit of trading hero. J
Scott's SsnfaE-Pepsin Oaosules
1 POSITIVE CURE
o Bladder and Dteoated Kid
iVB HO OUSE DO PAT. Ourfts
ilckly usd pormaticDtlr tbo
orat cnFGS of Gonorrhoea
id Glsct, no matter of bow
ok standing Absolutely
irmlero. Sold by drncistn.
rioo Sl.TO. or by moll, pwt
F. J. HTT.Ti DRUG CO., Salt Lake Cltjr.
J'1 "" "Ill IHIHHimiH
I of Activity 1
I is tho gTeat 3teel, mining- and g
mercantile center of the Pvocky
s mountain region
fand tha newspaper you. must
road to get tho news of thla
busy center, or, in foot, tho I
whole State of Colorado, is tho
I ContenniaL State's great nenve- i
I 65- cents a mouth by mail. K
S On4all Colorado- trains. S
A;ijk- Manufacturer ot r
pa ft and dealer In
m Y i Jewelry and die- k
Ifj rnonds and other precious ntonftf- R
PS Wo pay partloular atttntlon to C?
m flrst-claas watch repairing. AM k
iti well prepared to do all wort In S
In that line, ao wo carry a lull a- f
Bj torunent of material. k
I 259 sJ
Carpenter & Jobber
H JT. WITjIvLVMS. 160 E. i!nd South,
Phono 1K3-Z. Job and soreen work to or
der. Anythirc in wood work.
fljOHK" BUCKLE & SON,
235 SO. MAIN ST.
. Q. Box QGS. Salt Laka 3ty.
UNION ASSAY OFFICE,
M. S. HANAUER, Manager.
Removed to 152 South W. Temple.
SAMPIiES BY MAJL AND 1CXPRBS3
will rccolvu urouipt attention. AnulyUcal
work u pficlalty. Send for prim lLst,
BSriOfl S $15, $lBand'$20Vflles H
I Hats and Furnishings at Deeply Gut Prices. 9 ' 1
1 BUY AND SAVE MONEY. A
J ONE-PRICE. 45-4:7 MAXW. '
1 Get Something MusicaL... I I
1 You've never seen nor heard of such offors as'we are nowmaking !
5 you on
Pianos, Organs, Pianolas 1 I
and, in fact, everything music al. All goods marked in plain j&g- 1
Inres. Discounts range from 25 por cont to 30 per cent. w '
We have supplied numerous inquiries out of town. Write us, Sli
and one of our men will call on you. Prices aro the same -plus, 34
Choice of good, pianos from W
BGood organs from 5J17.50 and upward.
Used pianolas S107.50 and! upward. 0
This sale will continue all this week.
j Carstensen & Anson Co. I
ft (Incorporated.) jwj
I TEMPLE OF MUSIC, 74 MAIN ST. I H
if Successors to Daynes jIusic Co. til (
The building recently occupied by tho New Tork Cash Store, near SH
the corner of Main and Second South Sts., has been rented by flj
THE CLOTHIERS j I
Formerly of Bingham Jitndiioa, and :
After July 20th will be known as ji
! THE LEADER. ' I
j Mr. Baron la at present ln thc East making: extensive purchases In 8
j men's, youthB' and chlldren'u clothing. By purchaslnt; the very latest i
and best clotlilne: which Eastern markets afford, there seems to be no .
I doubt that thc Messrs. Baron will conduct an up-to-date store ln eveiy pi
Our new cigar, tho Auditorium, a combination of 1
? seed and Havana, is union made, in the factory of the E ,
i Winters Cigar Mfg. Co., of Denver. It is quickly tak- h
f ing high place in the estimation, of smokers. - 3 jH
EIEGEE, & LINDLEY,
"The Whiskey Merchants.1 &
I jamfr, WE TREAT AND CURE l I
1 f ?1 CATAKRII-DeafneM. Xosa ana Throul 'EwS
IflYs&aSiVL xSl Troublo. Ejo anil Ear Xloaos. llronohlnl P- l-tfri5v
tfzZtflF' jKrt nd Ijuhk Troubles, A(.thma,SWtnvsh,UT- jjffct ''iifBKJigStv i
R'rft2tia- or aud Kldnoy Ulsoasoa. Uloddur Troubles. SnJSW SS'Xg&iU IH
UCTfi) ' . female Coniplulnu, Obroalo DImosok of f ' DicS9m IH
tRiixA 1" omen and Children. Ilotm Dlsoasu, Nor- f i J'?lijM f
xSftvTt vTr T0US UUcuses. ChoroJi. (Sc. Vitus- Dancoi. ?J JKr TtJ
Qj JL2 Sttrllltj, Ulokota. Spinal Trooblo, Sltla J)I- .HL Jvr
KM "eulQI. SolHloa nnd Rhoninutlsm. DKoases ?l I
w iN jKCll of tb0 owel- 1'Hes Klstula and Koalnl -C5 .XJ&Bh.
A v Troubles, Goltro (or bit? neok). hlood Ul- iSyS&K
- J?1"05- TaI'0 Worm. liny ITover' rijBiorln, -SZ fyWrfip 0 IH
Thtfn V KPll4P8r. Insomnia, otc, and nil Norvoui, '''S&fflwfiy" H
JTii?w35 Vt lTttt0 auj' Tronic DIseAses- SSJpiv fiH
XSiCTra In all prirala dlMaiex ol men. to ihow our KjUfo& OH
T?n TTn,.,,. OOodfaiHitnd skill, worn always willing lo uiZiJ Vm
Dn. a. j. tuojtcs. wat for 0ur fee until a cure Is ottocted. it. o. w. snoms. IjH
flHWEAK MEN! I I
thorouwh Not onu of , . ; Almolufelr painless
our patloutN lm erur ;rctmonD tbaC srpn
bad u reupse rmor : So called -WeakncW In men Is mcroly completely. Inveai). . flj
Doing dlaobar,jed afi . nyxaptom of cbronlo Inilummatlon In ' fW our method. U i. - TM
enroa, ami no euro In tbo rrostato glaud. brouirli: on br early u tho only tboroubly laH
lew tlmo than tbo or- dissipation or by tho Improper treat- moIouUUo treatnm.for
uinary forms of treat- mont of &omo coutraotod disease. A tbl laoa-se being em-
montroquiro. coniplolo and radical oure Is. tborofore. ployed.
a question of reotorlnc the prostato J!
aland to Its normal statu, and this wo f
Scedflc Blood Poison. SfSj,'W Jlll,,n,,d eonploiolr Spermu t orrhoor, lM
. , . Jltnout tbo uso of lutcrual rcmodlcs. (Sonorrlionn SvnhlJ I tlH
No dfttiRcrous mlncrnJs pur trcatmont lu a local otio ontlrelr IU ktrfcturr' ImPchI LH
to drive tbo Tlrus to It Is orlKlunl and toloullllc, and bis Jloat Vlnnlmod ifiS BH
tho Inlonor, bnt barm- bfKin proven absolutely enectlvo by droccl.. Soni7rTi?l bH
loss blood-oloanIn3 tbonssnds of tosn. Wo aro convinced Wk oTc aro B
romptlIe that romovo that by no othor methods can full and B s a , 0 nc too dl
tbo last poisonous permanent nw.omtlon of streristb auA ,c?.o r.Vn ro to H fH
taiot- rigor bo accompUibcd. iiiy ourod. jH
HOME CURES BY MIL. o
VTc make a spoclalty of cnrlDg patients by mall. VTo bavo cured thonsandB -nho haro D Hl
norer noen us porsouiilly if yon aro nillletel and cannot, cull, wri:o us for advice and froo eyrap- Q hiH
torn blanfcs and veo will gladly ndrlse you regarding your case, frco of charge. fl
Offlc Uoure- 9 a. nu to 5 p.m.; ETonln,7 to J; Sundays and UoUdays, 10 a.m. to 11 Jfl Al
DBS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 249 LK'Sgilft. J
SENT ON TRIAL
PAY ONLY IF PLEASED
Thousands in use, not ono fail
ure, not ono rotarnotl.
Bond for froo particulars.
Standard Appliance Co.
6 57 Now Nelson Building, Kansas City, flo.
m-mwim motel,- .
Silver Lake, Hie Cottonwood Canyon.
Dally atngc via Park City. connecUng ,
with tralna, and stago every other day mi.
Big Cottonwood canyon, leaving Cullen
hotel at 7 a. m. HilH
Tel. 26. Murray 13xchanKO or Bnghtomi tmM
hotel. HYRUil KELSON. Prop. J,