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WEDNESDAY M0K2CISG, SEPTEMBER: 14, 1904 THE SALT LAKE TEIBIjirE. PAGE SINE iM
I IS TO BE LET
If Million lor the
I Hat Road.
s for 4-0 Miles te Be
jllfcsked for From Salt
l Lake City.
Is Will Moan Another Big Expcn
Ipaiture and Trains Are to Run
to Sulphur Springs.
ENVER. Sept. 13. A contract for
?BpndIng of the Moffat railroad from
Wovvhcnd, seventy miles west of Den
IKto Hot Sulphun Springs, twenty
llmllcs beyond, will be let next Tues
flpjand the work begun October 1. The
itrdct calls for an expenditure of
Mfly half a million dollars. As soon
Whls contract has been let, bids for
Iwgradlng of the first fifty miles east
UBalt Lake City will bo advertised
MjThis will call for an additional ex
Huturc of $500,000.
Jfm. Moffat is determined to havo
Big running between Denver and
Sulphur Springs early In tho
MEANS CHEAPER LUMBER,
jJEffect to Follow Building of tho
Jr. Western Pacific.
jiiong those who are watching the
etern Pacific developments with
Ieldtrable Interest Is John S. Brans
lof this city, who formerly lived In
tipart of California which will be
fkd by the railroad, according to
prts. Speaking yesterday he advo
fd the Beokwith Pass route, he
re It will take the road through one
itie finest timber belts In tho coun
5 It will mean, he says, that lum
can be delivered In Salt Lake 25
cent cheaper than at present prices
.'(it will be the finest kind of lum
Lloo. the forests being almost on
ly of large pine trees and for miles
'are as thick as can he imagined,
jen the route affords the best pass
vthe Sierra Nevada range, and
' he claims will be the reason for
selection of the line as announced.
1 OFF TO CHICAGO.
teral Manager Wells Will Confer
With Car Builders There.
leneral Manager R, E. Wells, the cn
?Uc operating head of the Salt Lake
iw, has gone to Chicago, and it will
I isome days before he is again at his
I jk. Mr. Wells goes to the big rall
d town to go Into details pertaining
ie placing of orders for the elegant
(pment, mention of which was made
i)v weeks ago when President Clark
sphere. He will also lake up the
Iter of the through connections and
Hid to other Important matters per
ihig to the future operation of the
I; Shoofly Don't Bother It.
llle it Is true that the Salt Lake
e will be connected through by
ary l and possibly before that
It will be well Into next year be
,the line Is completed. Down on
last contract there Is one big cut
WH take six months to complete,
ithere are. others. These will not
fere with the operation of the
, however, as a shoofly will he
around each heavy piece of work
trains can proceed until the big
grc finished There will be sev-
f(, Pffee Put Her in Bad Shape.
I fe.the v,"31 coffee experiences Is
L. case of a Danville, Vn.. lady, who
t av b,ee" married five years and
ft iS? . g00d health until the
S2S a(ter m' second child was born
ijL my health began giving away.
i w a coffee drinker and commenced
E;,many Pains about my heart af
Hh s' was ver nervous and kept
flfcr lVoree U1U11 Jun(.
ilE& I,hyslc,a could not help me and
?Jierylh,nB 1 could thlnk of. but
Tft sen ng worse; so In August I saw
$Wr doctor who said T had nervous
Pepsia, but who did not help me any
IIKKi' i l,me 1 was B0 nervous it
8E? would B0 crfUJ'- 1 did nt have
iX-fl W, an'tnlnj? and could hardly
Mjany thing and became ko weak I
a nardly walk, had to stop nursing
Ka b ,a"l hi September .1 changed
WLa r 5 ciau QSaiti. Tho next one said
wm female trouble; that T would have
R operated on, but I would not have
tg. eo I kept changing physicians.
iSome would say one thing and
flWanother, and still I got worse, un
Kf,?em ' whon 1 commenced with
sMUr?. vco,nvulslons and was taken
tflmP1 hi bed.
IJusband sot the very best doc
,JSMA i . C0UId be fou"d in our reach.
i ah pump for twelve months
g4B ff hed three months straight,
mt i. t Bct So nervous I could not
JVnnL ncver suspected the coffee.
iKJuia BO for day and not touch solid
, y Match, 1002. I wan so nor
i&mtJi uot efLt anything I wanted.
Jmie t ,K, "Ple, my eyes were so
K L?,Uld not d0 an' sewing and I
Bl ua,fter bottlc of medicine
Kh ahLF 5,rlslma8- having heard so
1 PostlH". I decided to trv it
jMinmenccd uelng Postum-mado It
SWf. a.nd drank k three times a day.
ncf. . mnt'e, lhe m081 wonderful
'IBunin t e?'cr heard of- Tt as not
'8Kn , stopped using my Ktomach
''M.T i not constipated anv more.
Jlclnlaot0 not bought a pill or any
MS6,,8'""'. It completely cured me
tAKrtV.8 rlnk-llnest we havo ever
!ift p. , ?. elvcn hy Postum Co,,
fM? Creek, Mich.
SBt r,eaTh ror famous little
Mv u Road to Wellvllle."
Men and women who have to meet ex
cessive demands upon their strength,
KjJfflrfS brain and nerves find in
ISMrJ '' jHn V TRASC MARK.
aRJwS refreshment and vitality. It induces
(fjjggag greater strength, clearer thinking and
CrSi better capacity for work. (
VWp: The pure nutriment of best malt
and hops-not intoxicating.
4to?fa5Sui , Sold by Drueclats. Prepared by
fe Anheuser-Buscli Brewing Ass'n
wH Imfij Devote half-a-day of your World's Fair vieit to a trip to
igjfly the Anhcuacr-Buoch Brewery. It will repay you.
OLSON & LYTLE, Diotributers, Salt Lake City, Utah.
oral shooflys, hut the work of com
pleting the main line tv 111 be pushed
with ull vigor.
Through. Trains to Vegas.
Instead of putting on a train to run
through to Moapa and return, the Salt
Lake Route officials are now delaying
the matter of putting in a new time
card until thev can see when the track
reaches the Vegas ranch. It is only a
matter of a couple of weeks and the
officials think It best to wait and then
put on a train to run clear through to
Vegas and back. This is about -10 miles
beyond iloapa, so it will be a good long
run, but one that will at once bring
the company handsome returns.
If the Moffat road advertises for bids
for grading 40 miles out of Salt Lake
it will have to designate the route and
that is what the public here is await
ing. Vernal Is going to make an effort to
get a railroad through that town.
Tonopah seems to be the goal of
The Virginia & Truckee will shortly
change hands or else the bluff of build
ing the Keelcr-Mojave lino will be-car-rled
Nevada papers seem to take an Inter
est in The Tribune's story of the road
from Modcna to Pioche and Ely.
Nevada will be near the head of the
list this year In miles of new construc
tion. General Superintendent Buckingham
of the Oregon Short Line has gone to
The Milwaukee is going to do some
double tracking next year.
The work of ballasting is lively on
three of the local roads. The steam
shovels are working overtime these
The English title for a wrecker or a
wrecking car is a "breakdown van."
Edwin Hawley has gotten the Alton.
It will be operated by him in connec
tion with other roads and principally
with the Rock Island. Tills Is the first
defeat the Harriman forces have met.
Royal Bread is pure, every loaf bears
our label with the crown. At all
grocera and first-class restaurants.
WHERE WAS FERNSTRGM ?
Absence of the Councilman Prevented
Negotiations With Davis County.
Failure on the part of Councilman
Fernstrom to attend a meeting which
he Is said to have arranged with the
County Commissioners of Salt Lake
and Davis counties In no way helped
the cause of the city In Its endeavor to
prevent the driving of sheep along the
roads in thickly settled parts of the
city. It is the intention of some of the
Councilmen to stop the driving of
sheep and cattle over Camp's lane and
Ninth North street, the streets now
used, and compel the use of highway
No. 20 to get the animals to the stock
vnrrln in llnvla pnnnfv
Under the statutes of the city Council
Is required to ketp one highway open I
through the city for the travel of sheep
and cattle. At the present time there
are two main roads of travel, one east
and west and tho other north and
south. The road east and west runs
along Twelfth South street, below the
city limits, to Twentj'-first East and
thenco over Into Emigration canyon.
This is the only means by which sheep
men may take their herds to and from
the feeding ranges in the eastern
mountains. The city has Jurisdiction
over the land for ten miles up Emigra
tion canyon, and .it is understood that
the Councilmen would like to abandon
this highway, in order to protect the
water supply In this canyon.
The Council also desires to keep tho
sheep out of the inhabited section in
the western part of the city, and the
proposed meeting yesterday was to de
cide upon the use of highway No. 20,
on the western side of the Jordan river.
If the sheepmen arc compelled to use
the latter route It will be necessary to
erect a bridge over the Jordan river In
Davis county and the Idea wus for Salt
Lake City to join with Davis county In
erecting the bridge. The Salt Lake
County Commissioners appear to dis
approve of the plan If it will in any
way Interfere with tho use of Emigra
tion canyon. Tho Davis county Com
missioners are of the opinion that If
Salt Lake City wants to change Its
road in tho western part of the city,
necessitating the building of a bridge,
the city should stand tho expense
of the work.
All three of the Commissioners from
Davis county wero In the city for the
meeting yesterday. They said they had
been requested to come by Mr. Fern
ntrom and that they notified him that
they would come today. Mr. Fern
strom, however, did not show up and
nothing was done in regard to the matter.
Mysterious Troublo in Price School.
State Superintendent of Schools A, C
Nelson received a telegram from Prfco,
Carbon county, yesterday, which would
indicate that aomo serious trouble has
arisen in the school affajrs of tho place.
Tho message Is from the trustees and
asks the Superintendent if he can visit
tho school, stating that they need him
right away. Mr- Nelson says ho has
no Idea what the trouble can be, hut
will leave this morning for tho aceno
of the difficulty, V
t WEATHER RECORD, i
H HIIHltH H--H MM t -H
"Weather for today Fair.
Yesterday's record at the local office
of the weather bureau:
Maximum temperature. 7S degrees
minimum temperature, 67 degrees; mean '
temperature, (57 degrees, which is 3 do-
crocs above the normal. i
Accumulated excess of j temperature ,
i since the 1st of the month, -10 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency of temperature '
since January 1, -43 degrees. 1
Total precipitation from G p. m. to 0
p. m., none.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since tho 1st of tho month, .39 inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since January 1, 2 03 inches.
J Abileno SI Modcna SO
Ashovlllo S2 Montgomery 02
Atlanta SG Moorhcad 5C
Bismarck GO Now Orleans .... SS
1 Boise SO New York S4
Boston SG: Norfolk SG
Buffalo CI Northficld 74
Cairo 7G North Platto .... SG
Calgary 64 Oklnhoma S2
Charleston SG Omaha ...v 70
Chicago 00 Phoenix 9G
Cincinnati GG Pittsburg 72
Denvor S3 Pocatcllo 7S
Detroit G4 Portland SO
Dodgo SO Rosoburg SO
Dululh K St. Louis 71
Elklns S:.' Rapid City 70
El Paso SG St. Paid M
Galveston SG Salt Lako S2
Q. Junction SG S. Ste. Marie .... 5S
Havre 5G San Francisco .. Gl
Helena 52 SantaFo 7G
Huron 70 Scranton S2
Jacksonville S4 Spokane 72
Kamloops GS Swift Current ...50
Kansas City 72 Victoria 70
Knoxvllle S$ Washington 00
Lander 70 Wluncmucca SG
Little Rock SG Winnipeg 48
Los Angolcs S4 Yuma 0G
Miles City G2
When In need of a carpenter, 'phono
H. F. Williams Bell. 2115-K; Independ
ent, 241. Shop, 71 S. State.
MORE PAY FOR LIBRARIAN.
Salaries Wero Increased by Board of
Directors at Monthly Meeting.
Well-earned increases wcro made in the
salaries of tho librarian and her assist
ants by the board of directors of the
Free Public library at tho regular month
ly meeting yesterday. Tho salary of the
librarian, Miss Johanna Spraguc, was in
creased from $75 to 53-3 a month; that of
tho assistant librarian, .ili&s Julia Lynch,
from ?G3 to $75; Miss Lillian Price, Jo5 to
SCO, and Miss Estella Rellly. $50 to $55
This was the only matter of Importance
that camo up before the board.
The report of the librarian for tho
month of August, which was submitted
and approvjd, shows si good gain In tho
membership of the library. Tho member
ship on August 1 was 12,755. and on Sep
tember 1. KJ.S74, giving an increase of 119
members. Durlug tho month 2S3 new books
woro placed upon tho library shelves, ma
king tho total number of volumes in tho
library on tho 1st of tho month 23.979.
The receipts for tho month from fines,
lost books and reserve book postals
amounted to $12 90 There were eight
bound volumes and nineteen, pamphlets
donated during tho month to tho library.
Tho total number of books loaned for
homo uso was S733, and 2901 volumes wcro
loaned In tho rcadlnc-rooma Tho gain
In circulation over tho month of July was
SOG, and tho daily number of visitors to
tho library is estimated at 630.
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I suffered greatly from Boils, which
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using about three bottles I was cured,
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remedy. It is a pleasure for me to recom
mend S. S. S. for the benefit of others
who are needing afirst rate blood purifier,
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I Coming So'uiT An EIGHTEEN I
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j Save It I av lit '
rff""wfn 1 rVTrffT Leaves Salt Lake 7 a. m.: arrives St. I
j UUIIMU Louis second morning. f
S CjT vr-r-n 5 tr 1 crv Leaves st- Louis 7:30 p. m.; arrives (I
) vfea'LJ'Il & 111 11 Salt Lake second afternoon 4:05 p. m. B
i eighteen hours saved.
I THROUGH SLEEPER BOTH WAYS IN CONNECTION WITH THE
f; For Rates and Sleeping Car Reservations call at
I 201 Main Straat,, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. J
V&mG75ZZVZZVTl .VVWUh'l' IxinKW! WJ.yJ?
I From Salt Lake City
I To the World's Fair City
I Thro' Standard Sleeping Cars
I Double Berth $9
I Thro' Tourist Sleeping Cars
Js; Double Berth S4.50
1 FARE FOR THE ROUND TRiP
I Direct Routes: $42.50
I FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP ; I
I Chicago $47.50
I Start any Tuesday or Friday.
Stopover privileges allowed within the 60 day limit.
I Don't von want to know the particulars? h
I jBgjr-, , .j I
I iliwKIJI F nelseit' Geneni Asent
i JTI 79 WEST SECOND SOUTH ST., .
re "Follow The Flag.
! TAKE THE WABASH ' '
j SAIN1 LOUIS
PhlL P. Hitchcock, Q. A. P. D., Denver, Colo.
Bnn Pedro, L03 An- Vv!cV
kcIcs & Salt Lako NOOj
11. R. Co.
From Oregon Short Line depot, Salt Lako
For Provo, Lchl, Fairfield and
Nephr. MantWand points on
Sanpete Valley Ry 7:30 a.m.
For Garfield Beach, Tooele,
Stockton. Mammoth, Eu
reka, and Silver City 8:00 a.m.
For Provo, American Fork,
Lehl, Juab. MDford, Frisco,
Callentes and Intermediate
points , 6:05 p.m.
From" Provo, American Fork,
Lehl, Juab, MUford. Frlnco,
Callentes and Intermediate
pointQ w9(:35 a.m.
From Provo, Lchl, Fairfield,
aicrcur and Sanpete Valley
Ry. points 5:35 p.m.
From Sliver City, Mammoth,
Eureka, Stockton, Tooclo
and Garfield Beach ........ 5:35 p.m.
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Scr
vico between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modcna
Direct stage connections for all mining
districts In southern Utah and Nevada
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street.
E. TV. GILLETT J. L. MOORE,
Gen'l Pass. AgU Dlst, Pass, Agt.
RID GRANDE V(BBS?
In effect June 8, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 10 For Hcbcr, Provo and
Marysvalc 8:00 a. m.
No. 102-For Park City 8:15 a. m.
No. C For Denver and East.... 8:60 a. m.
No. C For Ogdcn and West 10:CO a. m.
No. 1 For Ogdcn and West 1:15 p. m.
No. 2 For Denver and East 3:10 p. m.
No. S For Provo and Eureka... 5:00 p. m.
No 11 For Ogdcn and local pts C:05 p. m.
No. 1 For Denver and East.... S.05 p. m.
No. 3 For Ogdcn and West ....11:55 p m.
No. 112 For Bljigham S:10 a. m.
No. 11-1 For Bingham 3 .00 p. m.
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No. C From Ogdcn and the Eat 8:40 a. rn.
No. 12 FromOgden and local pts 10:25 a. m.
No. 7 From Eureka, and Provo. 10:00 a. m.
No. 5 From Denver and East .10:40 a. m.
No. 1 From Denver and East.. 1:33 p. m.
No. 3 From Ogden and West . 3:03 p. m.
No. -101 From Park City 5:15 p. m.
No. 9 From Hcbcr, Provo and
Marysvalc G:00 p. m.
No. -I FromOgden and tho West 7:55 p. m.
No 3 From Denver and East. .11:15 p. m.
No 111 From Bingham 11:00 a. m.
No. 113 From Bingham 5:G0 p. m.
All train except Nos. 1 to C stop at In
Ticket office, Dooly Block.
I. A BENTON. G. A. P. D.
Cheap Rates to
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS VIA
We can save you money. Wrlto mo.
C. F. WARREN, General Agent
11 Dooly Block. Salt Lake City.
Maybe You It
j?( Just nsk Thomas Mar- jK-jj
i$ nane, the feed man at 123
East Second South street.
& He knovrs. We've col- mfc
M lected some bad ones for ?Sj
VtJ him recently. v
yi If you havo nny out-
is! standing accounts, send !K
g them here. It makes no 1?
.m difference whether they're
9q In Kalamazoo or Sanpete, &
tq "We 11 got tho money."
JOHN J. WALLACE & CO., i
Offices Top Floor D. F c
4f Walker Bldg., SALT LAKE m
CITY. Bell 'Phone 10G0-K. J
T; Ind. 'Phone 1060. Reference,
wNk Walker Bros.' Bank. JpJ
I Coughing I
f Spells Couching W
1 C-off3n I
Spells Coffin, i
Curo the ono and avoid tho other ffl
l liy using Hall's Cough Remedy. For
talo by your drugglBt. H
ij At Wliojesnle by Nelden-Judson M
A pooltlvo and jrmanent ouro for
drunkenness and tho opium diseases,
Tboro Is no publicity, ro Btckneas, Ladles
treated ao privately ob ut their own
homes. The Kceley Institute, 3M W. So,
Temple, Bait Lako City, Utah.
3SL THROUGH ii-
SLEEPING CAR ' iH
To TORONTO and MOMTREBi iH
Lv. ST. LOUIS, - - - 9.05 P.M. .M
Ar. TORONTO, - 9.10 P.M. lM
Ar. MONTREAL, - -' - 7.35 A,M, ? il
To PORTLAND ;H
Every Monday and Thursday
Lv. ST. LOUIS, - . . 12.30 Noon '
Ar. MONTREAL, - - - 7.15 P.M.
(SECOND DAT) "
Ar. PORTLAND, - - - 8.05 A.f.L
(THIRD DAY) t 1
To BOSTON 1H
Lv. ST. LOUIS, 9.00 A.M. 9.05 P.M.
Ar BOSTON, 5.20 P.M. 9.50 A.M. WM
For Rates and Information, addross O
P. P. HITCHCOCK, G. A. P. D
Boston Building, Donver, Colo. "
June (9, 1904. !
From Ogdcn, Portland. IH
Butte, San Francisco, Chi- 'H
cngo, St. Louis, Omaha, .IH
and Denver S:25 a.m. )(H
From Ogdcn and lntormcdl- al
nto points 9:10 a.m. 'H
From Offdcn. Cache Valley,
and intermediate points. .. 11:55 a.m.
From Ogdcn, Chicago, St- Hl
Louis, Kansas City. Oma- .1
ha, Denver and San Fran- (
Cisco 4:20 p.m. fyH
From Ogdcn, Cacho Valley. ,
Butte, Portland and San MH
Franclcco 7:30 p.m.
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City and 'H
St. Louis 7:00 a.m. ,
For Opdon. Portland, Butte,
San Francisco and Intcrmc- ''1
dtato points 10:20 a.m. , H
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chicago, ' 4H
Denver, Kansas City. St. JH
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:30 p.m.
For Ogdcn. Cacho Valley, (H
Denver, Kansas Cltv, Omu- H
ha, St. Louis and Chicago.. 5:45 p.m. H
For Ogdcn, Cache Valley,
Butte, Helena, Portland,
San Francisco and Intcrmc- 1
dlatc points 11:45 p.m. IH
T. M. SCHUMACHER. Traffic Mgr.
D. E. BUR LEY, G. P. & T. A. 1 'M
D. S. SPENCER, A. G P. & T. A, 'H
City Ticket office. 201 Main strcoL jH
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car. Salt Lako City to St.
Louis and Kansas City. Only one chango fM
to New York, Buffalo and principal points
Bast low rates for summer travel. JH
Especial attention to ladles and chll- jH
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago,
Boston and other points without change.
Two trains dally.
Inquire at ticket office. 103 Dooly block.
Salt Lako City. Any Information cheer
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND.
G. P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific By., St. tH
The Lcagoosn Road . ;H
Salt Lake & Ogden Railway. jH
Time Table in Effect Sept. 6, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE, 0:30 and D a. m.,
3:S0 and G:C0 p. m.
LEAVE FARMINGTON AND LA
GOON. 7;S0 and 10 a. m.. 4:S0 and G:30 p. m.
Extra trains at 11 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. or
Sundays and holidays. 'H
A, D. PIERSON, Gcn'l Pass. Agt. '
J. B. BEAN, Excursion Agt.
OFFICE. ISl 222i ST.
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Famous Places Which Evcryono H ;HH
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Mountains. Valloys. Rivers, Lakes I
and Ocean Reached by the .H
For dcscrlptlvo and Illustrative 3
lltoraturo call at No. 201 Main
Street. Salt Lako City. tH
n R. GRAY". General Asont gj
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