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rtDNESDAT MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1904.
THE SALT LAKE TKIBUNE, page nine FM
1 1 CU TRAFFIC
liiniipecW love lade
i in Inquiry,
i intention Set Up That
'Street's Line Is Not a
k Common Carrier.
Jfl jeatativo Declines to Divulgo
fA ; jo Inquisitors Its Slethods of
' " , ' Transacting1 Business.
J rHICGO, Oct 11. Attorney Levy
' (iir "representing Street's Western
j i!;ic made an unexpected move in
ii iiznulry of the Interstate Com-
L commission today regarding pri-
f. 'car tralllc. He set up the con
i t02 that the car concern was not
1 reason carrier, and that Its officers
.: y -ot dlvulBe its methods of busl-
"commissioner Clements. Yoo-
& and Prouty, who presided., took
3j (Jiy, matter under advisement.
- ' ! Had to Use Annour Cars.
i join Lcvcronc. a Cincinnati fruit
yii uriint, testllled before the lnqulsl-
n tbHC Armour & Co. sold plne
t B-Hi In Cincinnati at prices which
. til sot possibly be made by compotl
lf ma iff in order to coerce produce dealers
' ito'ufin? the Armour refrigerator
i-). Leveione declared that Armour
' tCc not only charged fruit shippers
X ft-utty Mgh prices for the use of
.. efcars, hut through arrangements
?a mlt carrying lines like the Louis
j Cei Nashville, practically com-
' I consignees to use the Armour
ul Then, having forced dealers to
i!d thilr goods at high prices to cover
i .2) jcslrc transportation costs, the Ar-
nst are in the habit, he averred, of
I hiss about and underselling dealers
-. iidtgree that debars the latter from
bsCcl business in any particular line of
itjjij Rebates in California.
f E. Leeds, manager of the Santa
i ifralt dispatch, was one of the prin-
,?M fil witnesses of the afternoon ses
wu 12. "Did you ever give shippers re
1 r was asked Mr. Leeds.
J Wdl. In northern California we gave
ti sblppera a remittance of $25 on
! fch car,1' said the witness. "We had
i do It to compete with the Armour
i .Ssip'.e bottles of Dr. Kilmer's
f ty Esp-Root, the great kidney,, liver
ff iti bladder remedy, are being dis-
ff 19 iibstfli here from house to house, free.
, : i, Em you receiv ed one ?
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
I cd L'sht livery Telephone 81.
1 BATH, Me . Oct. 11. The battleship
I iU was launched at 1:53 p. m. to-
ag; ASTORIA, Or. Oct. 11, Boatswain
pj Williams of the steamer George
u :,r as drowned this morning
" crossing the bar at the mouth of
i'Ob'IS, Oct 11. In commomoratlon
(tt! fourteenth anniversary of the
Mln? of the Daughters of the Amerl-
tt" I3 Vvo'utlon- tno Louisiana Purchase
W-Uon manaRornent designated today
A. R. day."
SEW YORK. Oct. 11. Tho gunboat Pn
jai was successfully launched at the
Tirds of tho Gas Engine and Power
4 FUiy and tho Charles E. Scabury
H"?, SKIGTOK. Oct. ll.-Ono of tho
I itt4 brouRht before tho Cabinet
It UM today was tho protest against
a ' ro c: American mail on tho Brlt
Ttl -r,wirn?r Calchns by the Russian
fj T0RK- OcL 11. Albert J. Adams,
. ormer policy lclnc of Now York..
!i irH. 64d from Slnt Sing prison to
1 L r"?r nearly eighteen months of a
i,03 ; an'J nln months' sentence.
: i fH,CAI( K' Oct. ll.-The Paducnli
1 L-M S!,8V,', Packet Bob Dudley sank
4 wt ml!e above hero today by stilk-
), Z.: wreck. All the passengers
li StSS.,NiG70N' Oct- n.-Tho First Nn-
,: S ,52 of CMayaville, Pa,, closed Its
5 'dtv i " ln conyoquencc of a run yes
' L i,..A receiver hn3 boon appointed.
tm Vf. statement iHaucd by the bank
m C shovs lotal Habllltlo of
SFIELD- Mss-. Oct. 11. -Grove
1 S.'.01)0 ot lc most romarkablo
J ihn? ,In tho Serhshlrca. la dead at
4 jnoiufc j10j.0 nurlbut was years
, "e c5u'd neither read nor write,
0 1"."1 fortuno estimated at ,M00,-
wougn shrowd trading.
0cL "Fred J. Kofforty
1 Siiu L1-? Clty- indicted for killing John
i ia V:urel ovcr ll10 lattcr's wlfo
t lan n. , nR9 committed suicldo
"j thJK8 Lu,dln' X' J- by Cl,t-
llll SSSm' Io. Oct. ll.-Tho ninoty
IT rt ofT?1. lnc of tho Amorican
II I' iJTThf, J?. ''P Missions began hero to
1 l tslDti i1 of 1110 treasurer showed
'Mf riVmS UdlnK' bnlance of $725,670 and
3 ur tho provious year,
' f flhf 'ffg. Wll. Oct ll.-TIio will
Jil iy PivnS patmaBtcr-Genoral Henry
4St5i.WM1.fl,c fr Probate today,
i o" whin ? ?A,!5atcd ln valuo at J7W.
1 vrlfo WpAM la for tho benefit of
:i r. ii Lydla W. Payne, and his
ft -rB Irnogcno P. Cameron.
il A Dinner Puddfnrj of
J is "A DEAR"
nnd tho cencentration
'fl of nourishment.
ilany llecipes in Pkg. !
jmt ?Sa loVV?0,"0 lllllts hook. "Tho
le Admires Oar i
Temple Not the Only Structuro Which
Makes a Hit With tho
That Salt Lake is the grandest city in
republic and Is without a peer in tho mat
ter of modern progress is tho opinion held
by a Judgo in Memphis, Tonn., who has
that Count- Clerk James It soems
lie hiiiffiJf """ovement to erect a pub
I'rcS"S " Memphis and tho Sonthern--Coii&v
ni fet ?,Rme '"formation from tlio
rvty.Glcrk 1110 lettcr B as follows
1u ,T?air blr:-ur County court has
hnnpi anfed a' resolution to build a court
Th . ,a c9t of one million dollar,
n fu,.8 a!90 a mvcinent on foot to build
h, mv,,,' and county building, which.
Audev.mJrm' 13 tue Proper thing to do.
r ,.A. 0 ocforo me a very handsomo cut
? ,Yr clty .an.d county building, which,
i notlco, cost Just what we proposo to
PvZ0' a, C0llPlV building. Now. what I
,Vn, to k.ncT ls thln: -ro tho several
uepartments in your building carried on
. miction between tho city and
county? 3 your building sufficient
commodious to moot tho demands for a
period of say thirty or forty years, with
jour population Increasing as rapidlv as
it is? in your Judgment, .would the In
terests of both the city and tho county
best bo subserved by tho erection of a
Joint building? Has your bulldinc caulp
ments of modern and up-to-date vaults,
-etc.? As a citizen and an officeholder, I
have great interest In tho matter and nm
exceedingly anxious to ascertain all pos
sible Information on tho subject and
from what I know of your most magnifi
cent city. 1 am satisfied that ln tho mat
ter of modorn progress Salt Lake City ls
without a peer and Is today tho grandest ,
city in tho Republic
"Thanking you an advanco for tho In
formation and with a genuine and sincere
hopo that I shall some day be able to re
turn tho favor, I am, your very trulv,
"A. J. WILLTFORD.
"Justice of the Peace, Memphis, Tcnn."
County Clerk Jnmos replied to this loi
ter ln tho affirmative on all counts. lie
wrote that thero was no friction, slneo
tho four years during which he hn3 held
office betwoor. the city and county offi
cials, although for the past year one side
ot the building hns been Republican and
tho other sldo Democratic, Ho further in
Jormcd tho Memphis Judge that we not
only have room for tho city and the
county offices, but have also several
rooms for the State offices.
Via Oregon Short Line.
St. Louis and return J42.50
Chicago and return 47. BO
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. 47.60
SL Louis and return via Chicago.. 48.75
Through Pullman sleepers via Union
Pacific and Wabash lines.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays
each week. See agents for particulars.
City Ticket OfTlce 201 Main St
BLUE POINT PEHFECTO CIGABS
Sold strictly on their merit. Whit- i
aker & Dallas, manufacturers.
Pullman Observation Cars
Are still being operated between Ogden
nnd Denver via Colorado Midland. All
the mountains In daylight. Diverse
route tickets cost no more. See that
ticket reads at least one way via Col
To Ogden, October 13.
Special train via D. & R, G. leaves Salt
Lake 7.00 p. m. Returning. leaves Og
den 12:30 a. m. Everybody Invited.
BLUE POINT PERFECTO CIGARS
Sold strictly on their merit. Whit
aker & Dallas, manufacturers.
I WEATHER RECORD f
Weather for today Increased cloudiness
with possibly rain and colder.
Yesterday's record at tho local office
of tho Weather Bureau:
Maximum temperature, 73 degrees: mini
mum temperature. 44 degrees; mean tem
perature. CS degrees, which ls C degrees
above the normal.
Accumulated excess of temperature
since the first of tho month. 5-1 decrees.
Accumulated excess of temperature
since January 1. 34 degrees.
Total precipitation from C p. m. to c
P A?cumu"aied deficiency of precipitation
since tho first of the montlu .37 Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since the first of January. 2.03 Inches.
Abilene Ilc,3 Clty ?,
Ashcvllle 2Modcna 04
Atlanta u M Montgomery S8
Bismarck C Moorhcad
Bolao CO Norfolk S2
Boston 70Northflold '2
Buffalo fiSNow Orleans u
Cairo 82 Now "iork M
rnlgarv CS North Platto 70
Charleston 78 Oklahoma
Chicago S Phoenix C
Cincinnati S4 Pittsburg -
Denver & Pocatellp -
Detroit ?G Portland CG
Dodge 74 Rapid City
Duluth .....01 Roseburg j
El Pnso 70S 1-ouls S4
OalvclJton 3G St. Paul S
Grand Junction ...GC Sault Ste. Mario. .64
Havre K San Francisco .....0
Helena CO Santa Fc f
Huron 70 Scranton SO
Jacksonville SO Spokane ...... CC
ICamloops 02 Swift Current ....00
Kansas City 72 Victoria .... K
Knoxvllle s Washington &
Lander S'! W nnemucca C
LIUIo Rock ....i..b0 Winnipeg M
Los Angeles .76 Yuma
Every Itching disease of tho skin
quickly cured by
Never te.V-E remedy for Itching
At any drug store.
P0UT!CS AT LARGE.
BALTIMORE. Oct. 11. Henry G. Davis.
Democratic; Vice-Presidential candidate.
ir? Bltimoro today on a ton-day cam
in lirnlnc tour of Maryland and WcbL Vlr
glntf lTo was accompanied by a corps of
rntrr.n Oct. 11. Mayor Carter II.
mans o'pledso hsupport to iho Domo
?rallc Presidential candidate and to start
bac" to Chicago tomorrow night.
ffie Topumicannatlonal ticket about
C0.000 plurality. 4
WL PREVENT ALL BOWEIU THOaiBILES M
Good Whisky Needs 2To Praise. Sold by
ROPER 8c MAYER, "TK. Zang," 26-28 W. 2sd So.
fe With Every
' ' j
In Every Department in the House, fil
hMi Including All 5hocs from $2.00 up,
wc will give
IN G(L TRADING STAMPS.
M Eartlkg's New York S
ml Cash Store JyJ
JJ feis i fes
,$alf Me Brewing CompFTj
I ! new BMna or Beer ;
i Ucinfj of n superior quality, la rapidly taking
i (niU41M tllQ Placo of Eastern importations. At the
L'hflg) same price as our other brands. Try it.
1 iaeerbIer 3 Wiontz, genera? mmw. '
1 IrS i KENTUCKY LIQTJOB CO.,
WwSl ' Eesidsnt Hctnll Agents. fj
J ygjy Telephone 231. J
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8wly June 19, 1904.
From Ogden, Portland,
Butte. San Francisco, Chi
cago, St. LouU, Omaha,
and Dchvor 8:25 a.m.
From Ogden and Intermedi
ate points 9:10 a.m.
From Ogden, Cacho Valloy,
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Butto, Portland and San
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Denver, Kansas City and
St. Louis , 700 a.m.
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San Francisco and Interme
diate points , 10:20 a.m.
For Ogden, Oinaha, Chlcapo,
Denver, Kansas City. St.
Louis and San Francisco.. i:SO p.m.
For Ogden. Cache Valley,
Denver, Kansas City, Oma
ha, SL LouIb and Chicago.. 5l40 p.m.
!Por Ogden. Cache Valley,
Butto. Holcna, Portland,
San Francisco and lntcrmo-
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Removed to 152 South W. Temple.
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I WHICH ROAD WILL YOU TAKE?
j ' m j
j DtNVcR & RIQ GRANDE
g Is the shortest and most popular route
I A NATURAL PICTURE GALLERY ALL THE WAY. I
S 50 hours going. 49 hours returning through the grandest $
scenery on the American Continent 3
j Tli Exposition FIyr
To St. Louis without change of airs 5
I . 5
k Leave Salt Lake 3:15 p. m. daily arriving at St. Louis 6:00 g
I p. m. second day. jj
j Compare these figures before accepting the claims of onr
IONE HUNDRED THOUSAND TOURISTS ANNUALLY
testify that the Kio Grande is the only -way when you travel for
THAT'S WHY WE GET THE BUSINESS.
) First class dining-car service. Through Pullman and tour- ;
ist sleepers. Free reclining chair cars.
I See any Rio Grande Agent for further particulars.
Ik HALF PAY in DENVER 1
EN RdUTE TO ST. LOUIS S
This is one of the advantages offered by the Burlington. ffi
The arrangement does not mean a change of cars. The j
sleeper in which you leave Salt Lake City at 3:lu any aft- a
ernoon is held in the Colorado metropolis next day from I
4:00 P. M. to 10:35 P. M., then hurried directly thru to (he
World's Fair City. "Seeing Denver" cars run from the
Union Depot all over the city (fare 50 cents). The Burling
toirpassenger leaves everything in the sleeping car, with
a porter to wulch it, and goes about town for G hours, with
no baggage to carry or check, and nothing to worry over.
Low Rates ars in Effect this Mo nth--Start Now
p.y Detailed information sent promptly to j
j R. F. NESLEN, General Agent,
d lgJ SALT LAKE CITY.
ggP iii i mini m i xmM
The Lagoon Road J H
Gait Lakn & Ogdon Railway. ' !
Tima Table in Effect Sept. 6, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE, 0:20 and 9 a. m.. Sl
S.D0 and 5:30 p. m ' 'H
LEAVE FARMINGTON AND LA- 1 r.B
GOON, 7:20 and 10 a. m.. 40 and C.-S0 v. m. 'iJM
Extra trains nt 11 a. m. and 1:30 p. m, on -Ql
Sundays und holidays. 1
A. D. PIERSON. Gcn'l Pas3. Agt.
J. B. BEAN, Excursion Agt. j '
OFFICE, 1C1 iLAJLN ST. ,
In Effect Octobor 9, 1904. H
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. ' jH
No. 10 For Hcber, Provo and
. Mnrysvale S:00 a. m. 'H
No. 102 For Park City 8:15 a. m. IH
No. C For Donver and East.... S:50 a. m
No. 5 For Ogden and West 10:50 a. m jH
No. 1 For Osden and West .... 1:15 p. m. ,
No. 2 For Denver and East .... 3:15 p. m.
No. S For Provo apd Eureka... 5:00 p. m.
No. 11 For Ogden and local pts 0:03 p. m.
No. i Tor Denver and Enst.... 8:05 p. m. Jl
No. 2 For Ogden and West.. ..11:40 p. m. IM
No. 112 For Bingham 2:10 a. m. .
No. 114 For Bingham 3:00 p. m.
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY. IH
No. C From Ogden and tho East SAO a, tr..
No. 12 From Ogden and local pts 10:23 a, m. y
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo.l0:00 a. m. j
No, & From Denver and East.. 10:40 a. m. H
No, 1 From Denver and East.. 1:33 p, m. , tfHH
No. S Brom Ogden and West.. 3:03 p. m i
No. 101 From Park City 6:15 p, m.
No 3 From Hcber, Provo and ,
Marysvale 0:00 p, m. J
No, 4 From Ogden and the West 7:55 p. m. ) "ffH
No. 3 From Denver and East.. .11:30 p. m.
No. 113 From Bingham 10:50 a. m.
No. 115 From Bingham 5:40 p.m.
All train except Nos. 1 to 6 stop at in- 4M
termcdlato points. (
Ticket office, Dooly Block. :
'Phone 205. .
I. A BENTON. G. A. P D
TABLE. FSm m
San Pedro. Los An- $SHiV Vl
gcles & Salt Lake V !
R. R. Co. .
From Oregon Short Lki? dopot. Salt Lake
For Provo. Lohl, Fairfield and 1
Nephl, Mahtl and points on
Sanpcto Valley Ry '7:30 a.zn. I ;H
For Garfield Beach. Tooele, '
Stockton, Mammoth, Eu- i -H
rcko, and Silver City 8:CO a.m. ' IH
For Provo. American Fork, j
Lehl, Juab, Milford, Frisco, , : IjH
Callentcs and intermediate '
points "6r05 p.m.
ARRIVE. I ' JM
From Provo, American Fork, IH
Lehl, Juab, Mllford. Frlaco, I
Callentcs and Intermediate ' 1
point: "9:35 a.m.
(From Provo Lehl, Fnlrleld, :
Mcrcur and Sanpete Valley F""""""B
Ry. points "5:35 p.m.
From Sllvor City. Mammoth, i H
Eureka, Stockton. Tooele
and Garfield Eeach k 5:35 p.m.
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser- J
vice between Salt Lake, Mllford, Mod can. 1
and Callcntes. , ;
Direct stago connections for all mlnlnc
.districts ln southern Utah and Nevada. 1
City Tioket Office, 201 Main Street: '
Telephone. 250. ,
E. W. GILLETT. J. L. MOORE.
G:n'l Pnag. Agt. Dlst Pass. Agt. , H
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS. iH
Through car, Salt "Lako City Ott St. llH
Louis and Kansas City. Only one rinnge , H
to New York, Buffalo and principal polnu JH
Eaot low rates for summer travel. H
Especial attention to ladles and chll H
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago, iH
Boston and other points without cliange. ''1
Two trains dally. IH
Inqulro at ticket office lit! Lrooly block,' Ml
Bait Loko City. Any InformaUon cheer- fH
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND. IH
G P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry., St. IB
Louis. Mo, ll
ft A Delightful Place to Visit. HH
i A Frontablo Place tp Live : fH
C aliffornia I ;H
Greatest Pluy Ground on Earth. -J H
j Famous Places Which Everj'on iH
L Wants to See- M
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3 HEALTH, PLEASURE AND i
H WEALTH. '
Mountains. Valleys, P.Ivors. Lakes 'H
J and Ocean Reached by tho H
I Southern Pacific
For descriptive ind Ulustrati'vo F H
I literature call at No. 201 Main Fj H
t Street Salt Lako City, :jj H
J D. R GRAY. Genoral Agont. g iH
Cheap Rates to ;H
St. Louis H
AND OTHER EASTERN POINT3 VIA"
We can save you money. Wrlto raw. lH
C. F. WARREN, Genoral Agent -H
CI Dcoli' Block, Salt Lako City, 'M
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