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Route Over the
a Pass Secured and
ng the Sierra Railway
into. Fe Chance to Reach To
Oi and Connect With New
line From Ivanpah.
rintr data relating to Iho "West
He's routo ncrosa tho Sierra Ne
ige, Tho Trlbuno has, from time
pointed out tho fact that tho
s probably making a mistake In
the Beckwlth Pas3 line if St
islblo to find a more southerly
eh would take the road through
iral belt of Nevada. Informa
'just been recolvcd that there
r. pass and St would be a far
re for the Western Pacific to
nly It Is very likely thnt tho
; hns forestalled the now com
l will occupy the routo.
been frequently explained that
3 In California are of the first
co to a road having Its tormlnus
oast and local Hnc3 have been
n tho Santa Fo, From tho latest
onts It would appear that the
',Fe will' shortly be In a position
Blloose from Southom Pacific dlc
W,lmd work out Its Pacific traffic
Wat- any pools with the big systom.
ils of these now advices are as
lying Sierra Railway,
rra railway Is a lino of some
!P, which starts from Oakdalc
outhcrn Pacific and runs to
, traversing some of tho best
epo9lls of tho famous Mother
ita Fc Is ncROtlating for tho
)f tho Sierra railway and maybo
has been closed,
ita Fo passes Oakdale by only
les ana could reach the road
ho Sierra railway can bo ex
er the range via Sonora pass,
9025 feet, and via Bridgeport
m a line reaching Tonopah and
n of Novnda, so it can bo seen
ould make a splondld location,
olnt It may bo mentioned that
can extend north through tho
odo to Placcrvllle and Auburn
via. the Jumper, Shawmut and
ous mines to Coultervllle. From
llo tho road could bo extended
land and Big Oak Flat to the
i of the Yoscmlte valley. Any
10 knows California will appre
tr..all this would mean to the
pass Is the only available routo
led by a railroad except Bcck
. Sonora Is practically cast of
cleco and If tho Santa Fe has
tho reason the "Western Pacific
get hold of It.
New Santa Fe Line,
Importance of the matter docs
ere. With the line direct from
cleco via Stockton to Sonora
Tonopah the Santa Fo enters
aid to he the coming bonanza
avlng located this line tho To
Tldewator comes Into action.
Is a Santa Fo proposition and
i from Ivanpah In tho lower
tho State of Novada to Tono
k at the map, sco Ivanpah, To
rt Sonora pass, Stockton and
Cisco; and the Santa Fe has a
to San Francisco traversing
rrltory all the way.
the new deal of the Santa Fe
one of the most Important Lo
as much Interest, as tho Tono
la to cross tho Clark line at
and thus Salt Lako will have
i Into Tonopah and another con
ir San Francisco.
! Western Pacific negotiated for
i railway and secured It, the
would have had a direct line
i Francisco to Tonopah and
ita Fe for several years has had
i-cond fiddle to the Southern Pa
the time Is approaching when
Bert Ita Independence. It Is the
out of the big pools and hns a
uro before It.
acts como from an engineer of
iclsco, who Is one of the best
in In the State in affairs of tho
( has personally surveyed many
utcB and has been engaged In
15 work on tho coa3t for twenty
s mentioned tho Santa Fc news
reply to a request for Western
ERLAND LIMITED JOURNAL.
in Pacific to Supply High Class
gssengcrs With Daily News.
AHA, Sept. 21. Beginning next
jfiio Union Paclllc railroad will bc
iBauIng a bulletin new3 service for
jenent of Us passcngors on tho ovor
Ulmlted trains. Thla news Borvice.
Q Is tho first Innovation of tho kind
attempted by a railroad, will' bo sent
noon and at -Sr59 In tho afternoon,
fitei In typo-written form In Buf
Hra. Later, 11 Is stated, the sorvlco
We extended to other through passen
raws on the systom. All the news
Mjortancc will bo transmitted by tho
WPyV; over Its own wires and will bo
ml .at 6Cnhilod points. Tho bul
tfcrylce will be under tho dlrocllon
i:startlng or a bulletin news scrvlco
je road Is for tho benefit of paoacn
mP.no nave necessarily to spend several
MJil t,avl without being able to se
nowapapers. On westbound train
Rr.ii biIetlrus will be- served at Ccn
Rr"A; eb., nnd Evanaton, Wyo.,
TBv.A arc twenty-four hours apart.
TOOsibound trains will be served with
ews :u North Platte. Neb., and Wells.
WffiNo attempt will bo mado to sorvo
"KrVY "J Printed form beyond giving
trader typewritten bulletins.
'Mf Railroad Notes.
S'wAv ? ,flecm0,1 to at It on
iEvT?.or,r.slock exchango yesterday.
ilriow lH vIontly eolng to glvo
IKfavolerB on the limited all the news
Schilling's Best is in pack
fes; never comes-out of a
?KTtlyPcluee0f.SchniiDK'i Bet Ttbbool:.
IBS? To MVe Good Te.
of the now roads building, so they can
solect tho routo to take next time.
The building of the through line to Los
Angeles has cost a large sum, but tho
greatest appropriation of all will bo mado
at onco In making tho wholo line stand
ard and putting on the finishing touches.
Out of all theso roads projected to the
Pacific coast will como a comploto change
In tho situation. In tho north Charles M.
Hayti hns pushed through his Grand
Trunk Pacific schema and purveys havo
been ordored, whllo tho Allan lino has
arranged to put steamers on tho Pacific
coast. I-Iayo Is also a former Hurrlman
mnn and. like Hawloy, Is now against
that management, and working to com
peto with tho Southern Pacific.
When Messrs Rockefeller, Gould,
Hays. Ilawlcy and others walk down
Broadway behind Mr. Harrlman, they
arc probably whistling, "I'm Aftor You."
that is. If they ever walk or If they ever
But through tho dense smoke of tho
battle great trnlnloada of Oriental and
gonor.il traffic pass through tho Harrl
man gateways and the traffic to the Yel
lowstono Is greater than ever. Earnings
Becm -to bo lncrcnsing also.
It would not surprise many to hoar that
Mr. Burt had been mndc superintendent
of construction of the Western Pacific
Everyone Is looking for a series of sur
prlsoH commencing tho second Tuesday
Tho Santa Fo hns built splendid Mis
sion stylo stations at Oakland and Fresno
Steel rails aro down to M por ton.
Grand Trunk Pacific will order Its rails
from factories In this country.
j HAPPENINJ1SABR0AD j
LIVERPOOL, Sept. 21. -Tho streets
leading to tho steerage offices of tho
Prans-Atlftntlc Steamship compnnles were
blocked today by thousands of emigrants,
clamoring for a last chanco to get to
America for $10.
CIIEFOO, ScpL 21. Mrs. Anna Kra
vtchenko, the English wife of a Rus
sian nrmy officer, who arrived here the
night of September 17 with Lieut, Prince
Radzlvil from Port Arthur. Is tho first
woman to run tho blockade from the
BUENOS AYRES, Sept. 21 Three Ar
gentine Generals Jiave died In the laet
three days. These aro Llcut.-Gon. Gelly v
Obes, Division Gen. Arrodondo and Brig.
BUENOS AYRES. Sept. 21. A munici
pal census has Just been taken. The
exact figures arc not yet known, but tho
population of Buenos Ayrcs is estimated
at about 1.000,000.
ST. PETERSBURG. Sept. 21. The Em
peror has appointed the Grand Duko
Sorglus Mlchaolovltch to tho newly cre
ated post of Inspector Gencrnl of artil
lery. Tho Grand Duke is an uncle of
, SP. PETERSBURG, Sept. 21. All the
newspapers comment on today's cere
mony of the coronation of King Peter at
Belgrade. They express tho kindliest sen
timents toward Scrvla and hopes for the
prosperity of her ruler.
ST PETERSBURG, Sept, 21. The ap
pointment of Grand Duke Sergius todny
to the specially created post of Inspector
General of artlllory practically confers on
him the charge of the wholo artillery of
the Russian army.
FRIEDRICHSRUHE. Sept. 21. The
funeral service over the remains of
Prlnco Herbert Bismarck, who died Sep
tember 18. took place today. It was a
slmplo ceremony, although It occurred in
tho presence of a distinguished company.
LONDON. Sept 21. The White Star
Lino today announced that its utecrngo
rates to America had been, Increased to
$15, thus following tho cxnmplo of tho
North German Lloyd nnd Hamburg
American lines, which took similar ac
HAMBURG. Sept. 21. Tho Atlantic
rate war Is not over and the German
lines have no Intention of giving In ns In
ferred by yesterday's changes In rates.
TOKIO, Sept. 21. Gen. Sir William
Nicholson, British military attache, has
arrived here from the front His health
ST. PETERSBURG. Sept. 21. Grand
Duko Alexander Mlkhallovlch. Chief of
the Department of Mercantile Marine, to
day Inspected at Llboau twelve colliers
which will accompany the Baltic fleet.
VLADIVOSTOK, Sept. 21. All Is quiet
here. With two exceptions, the officers
wounded In the battle with Vlcc-Admlral
Kamlmura's squadron have been dis
charged from the hospital. The others
arc progressing favorably,
WINNIPEG. Sept. 21. Tho Imperial lim
ited, castbound and trans-continental ex
press, westbound, on the Canadian Pacific
railway, have been In collision at Medi
cine Hat station. Eight nnssengers were
Injured, though nono seriously
LONDON, Sept 21. Before making fur
ther representations to Russia respecting
tho capture of the goods Included In tho
list of absolute contraband of war tho
British Government proposes to ascertnln
the views of Secretary Hay In order that
the two Governments may continue to act
Identically In tho matter.
PARIS Sopt. 21. The Mnrchc Francals
gives the results of an Inquiry made b
the National Association of Millers Into
the wheat product of Franco for 1901.
showing a total production of 110.352,122
hcclolltlcs against Hfi.3S5.44 1 lust year, or
a decrease of over S8.000.O00.
MONTREAL. Sept. 21. The buildings
of the Cannda Hardware company, tho
central agency which Is the Canadian
branch of the London Thread Trust and
Chautfils & Co.. ono of tho largest whole
sale, grocery and liquor houses In Canada,
were binned today Loss $750,000, partly
covered by Insurance.
ST. PETERSBURG. SepL 21. Tho Em
peror has decided that his crack guard
regiments sho? be represented at tho
front and today ordered that contingents
from each of these regiments shall go
to tho far East.
LONDON. Sopt. 21. The Foreign Offico
here declines to discuss tho Russian com
munication respecting the Tibetan treaty.
Russia is seeking to establish whether
the published version of tho treaty Is
correct, and If so she will lodge a. formal
protest at the British Foreign Office.
MANILA. Sopt. 21. Augustlnlan friars
havo repudiated the agreement made in
Rome between the lato Pope Leo. the late
Archbishop Guldl. apostolic delegate In
tho Philippine islands, nnd former Gov
Tnft, that tho money paid by tho United
Slates In tho purchnso of tho friars'
lands should remain in tho Islands
BELGRADE. ScpL 21. King Peter of
fered tho American Minister. Mr. Jack
son, tho Karagcorgez star, "which ho pre
sented to all tho other Ministers ns a
souvenir of tho coronation. As Mr Jack
son was tinable to accept the star, his
majesty will present him with his photo
graph and autograph.
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and light livery. Telephone SL
NOTABLE DEAD OF DAY J
4- 4 M M H t 4-iH-Hf-M
PRESTON, England. Sept. 21. Richard
Cnlvert. ono of the best-known of tho
English cotton spinners and manufactur
ers, died today.
PORTLAND, Sopt. 21. Henry Wcln
hard, brewer and capitalist, and ono of
Iho most public spirited men in this city,
died tonight of uranea, at tho age of 75
years. Mr. Wolnhnrd had been uncon
scious for two (Lays.
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Your dress is now become an RB
object worthy of some attention. BH
Lord Chesterfield io his son. R I
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! 154 Main Street I
In effect Juno 8, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
Mo. 10 For Hebor, Provo and
Marysvalo r 8:00 a. m.
No. 102 For Park City S:1C a, m.
No. 0 For Donver and East.... S:60 a. m.
No. 5 For Ogdcn and West 10:50 a. m.
Ko 1 For Ogdcn and West .... 1:45 p. m.
No. 2 For Denver and East .... srin p. rn.
Ko. S For Provo and Euroka. .. 5:00 p. m.
No. 11 For Ogdon and local pts C:05 p. m.
No. 4 For Donver and East.... 8:05 p. m.
No. 3 For Ogdcn and West ....11 -RS p. m.
NTo. 112 For Bingham 8:10 a, m.
No. 114 For Bingham 3aJ p. m.
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
Ko. C From Ogden and the Eaat S:40 a. m.
No. 12 From Ogdcn andlocai pts 10:25 a. m.
Ko. 7 From Eureka and Provo 10:00 a. m.
Ko. 5 From Denver and East 10:40 a, m.
Ko. 1 From Denver and East.. J 35 p. m.
Ko 3 From Ogden and West.. 3:05 p. m.
Ko 101 From Park City. ....... 5:15 p. nv.
No. From Hebor, PrcA-o and
Marysvalo C:C0 p. m.
Ko. 4 From Ogdcn and the West 7:55 p. m.
No. 3 From Denver and East. .11:45 p. m.
Ko. Ill From Bingham ll:0pra. m.
No. 113 From Bingham 5fjo. m.
All train except Nos. 1 to 6 6top qt in
Ticket office, Dooly Block.
I. A. BENTON. G. A. P. Pj
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car. Salt Lako City to St
Louis and Kansas City. Only one change
to New York, Buffalo and principal poinu
East low rates for summer travel.
Especial attention to ladles and chil
dren. Tourist sleepers through to Chicago,
Boston and other points without change.
Two trains dally.
Inquire at ticket office. 103 Dooly block,
Bait Lako City. Any Information cheer
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND.
G. P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry., St
The Lagoon Road
Salt Lake & Ogdcn Railway.
Timo Table in Effect Sept. C, 3 904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE, C:30 and 9 a. m.,
3:30 end 5:30 p. m.
LEAVE FARMI NGTON AND LA
GOON. 7:30 and 10 a. m., 1:30 and C.30 p. m.
Extra trains at 11 n. m. and 1:30 p. m. on
Sundays and holidays.
A. D. PIERSON, Gon'l Pass. Agt
J. B. BEAN, Excursion Agt.
OFFICE, 1S1 2A1N ST.
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i Superb j
j and cannot bo duplicated for double '
tho money. Thoy nro well trimmed !
Sand hand-stayed. The haircloth
and canvas nre well shrunk beforo
WE ARE ORIGINATORS
n of popular-prlco merchant tailoring. I
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fl We keep nil garments mado by j
I us In repair, frco of charge, for
ono year. J
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POSTOFFICE BOS 370.
Edw. C Smith, President. p
John P. Cobb, Vice-President and
! Manager. :
F, L. Pearl, Secretary f
H A. Knowles, Treasurer. jj
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T AGED AND ELDER
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MY PERFECT APPLIANCE will euro
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and developed! 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Bond for
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Write today. R. C. Emmet, 115 Tabor
block. IDcnvar. Colo
WM June (9, 1904.
From Ogden, Portlnnd,
Butte, San Francisco, Chi
cago. St Louis, Omaha,
and Denver 8t25 R-m,
From Ogdon nnd intermedi
ate points 9:10 o.m.
From Ogdon, Cache Valley,
and Intermediate points.... 11:55 a.m.
From Oxdcn. Chicago, St.
Loulri. Kansna City. Oma
ha, Denver and San Fran
cisco - 4:20 p.m.
From Ogdcn. Cncho Valley,
Butte, Portland and San.
Franclaco 7:30 p.m.
For Ogden. Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City and
St. Louis 7K)0 turn.
For Ogden, Portland, Butte,
San Francisco and lnterme
dlato points 10:20 a.m.
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chicago.
Denver, Kansas City. St.
Loula and San Francisco.. 1:30 p.m.
For Ogden, Cacho Valley,
Denvor, Kansas City, Oma
ha, St. Louis and Chicago.. 5:43 p.m.
!For Ogden. Cacho Valloy,
Butte. Helena, Portland,
San Francisco and intcrme-
dlato points 11:40 p.m.
T M. SCHUMACHER. Trafflo Mgr.
D. E BURLEY. G P, & T. A- t
D S. SPENCER. A. C P. & T. A.
?ltv TlckcLoffice, 201 Main street.
Cheap Rates to
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS VIA
Wo can save you money. Wrlto m.
C. F WARREN, Genoral Agent.
Ql Dooly Block, Salt Lake City.
Ban Pedro, Los An- VvSry
gcles & Bait Lako NUV
It. R. Co. -DEPART.
From Oregon Short Lino dopot. Salt Lako
For Provo, Lohl, Fairfield and
Ncphl, Mantl and points on
Sanpete Valloy Ry 7:30 a,m
For Garfield Beach. Tooclo,
Stockton. Mammoth, Eu
reka, and Silver City 8:0O a.m.
For Provo. American Fork,
Lchl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco,
CallcntOB and Intermediate
points 6:05 p.m.
From Provo, Amorlcan Fork,
Lohl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco,
Callcntcs nnd Intermediate
points 9:35 a.m.
From Provo, Lohl, Fairfield,
Mcrcur and Sanpoto Valloy
Ry. points 95:35 p.m.
From Silver City, Mammoth.
Eureka, Stockton. Tooole
and Oarflold Boach 5:35 p.m.
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleoplng Car Ser
vice between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modona
Direct stag conncctlono for all mining
distrlcto In southern Utah and Novada.
City Tickot Office, 201 Main Street;
E. W. GILLETT, J. L MOORE.
Qen'l Pans. Agt. Dlst. Pass. .Act,
3 A Delightful Place to Visit.
R A Profitable Plnco to Live.
Greatest Play Ground on Earth.
'l Famous Places Which liveryonis 5
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'2g with a trip to the World's Fair at St. Louis that 1J
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arc good, time of trains, whether or not a change K
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g St. Louis by way of Kansas City. Re- '
fej duced ratca in effoct dally. Coach on- Bb
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