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I fi 4. TUEDAT MOKOTJG, OCTOBER 15, 1001. if.
page twetjve " THE SALT LAKE TltlBUKE. - ' !-J&
I: DANGER IN '
At Present Midland Is Short
est Via Provo and Then
Down to Coast.
Building of the Cut-OfT "Would Be a
Very Groat Blow" to Salt
Special to Tho Tribune.
CALIENTE, Oct. 14 Continued trips
back and forth over the construction
o the new railroad reveal the fact that
it 13 the finest piece of construction Jn
the West. An Inspection special the
other day made sixty milts an hour,
and the writer, standing In tho alBle of
tho car, was not aware of any unusual
I speed as he stood without a oreaK ior
two or three miles, and was not swayed
from side to side, as Is often the case
when standing In a. railroad ear. This
is due to the straight line and the level
track. It is an eighteen-foot roadbed,
with sevonty-five-pound steel and bal
lasted deck bridges, whllo the whole
line is being ballasted as quickly as
Some Comparative Figures.
"While studying tho geography of this
country mo comparative figures have
been secured which will no doubt prove
of deep Interest to tho average reader In
Salt Lake, as heretofore the real sig
nificance of the Luililing of the San
Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake has
bsen to a degree lost. Until thes
figures are closely studied the full
meaning of tho saving will not be ap
parent, but one fact which Salt Lake's
commercial Interests should bear In
1 mind is the mileage of the Sallna cut
off route, which stands at the head of
iho list. If Gould builds that It will be
just as much a blow to Salt Lake as
was the building of the Pacific roads
through Ogden years ago, a matter
which the present directors regret, but
cannot rectify, even with the lake cut
off And be It remembered that the fol
lowing figures take Into consideration
( all the Pacific cut-offs.
( Hero Is -tlio Mileage.
2alt Lake to Los Angeles, via Ogdon
and California 1.2)9
Salt Lake to Los Angeles, via Salt
i Lake Route "S
Denver to Los Annelos. via Rio
Grande Sallna cut-oft and Salt Lake
; .Denver to Los Angeles, via Colorado
Midland. Rio Grande to Provo, then
Salt Lake Route 1,370
Denver to Los Angeles, via Union Pa
cific and Salt Lako Route 1.3M
, Denver to Los Angeles, via Santa Fc.l.-U?
Dener to Los Angeles, Rio Grando
through to Provo, then Salt Lake
Route ; W43
"Would Hurt Salt Lake.
Thus it will be seen that the Colorado
Midland, the Western and the new road
can form a shorter line from Denver to
I Los Angeles than any existing route.
Next cornea the Union Pacific, third the
Santa Fo and last the Rio Grande.
These figures are on existing lines, but
the Itlo Grande, by building Its Sallna
cut-off, can step to front place, and
even beat the Santa Fe and Union Pa
cific, With such a chance, doeo It not
look as if the line will eventually be
built; and where would lhat leave Salt
Lake? The Short Line working travel
via Granger and Pocatello. the Over
land pulling folks through Ogden and
the Rio Grande diverting Its Los An-
Good tea costs' no more
than poor, as a rule.
It is strange. '
Yoor .grocer resuiiu your irscney if you don't lilc
gelcs passengers at Green River and
Voico From tho "Wilderness.
Whon one Is on the ground thoeo
geographical facts become very pro
nounced, and so, a voico in tho wilder
ness calls the attention of the Com
mercial club to tho danger of Salt
Lake's being left off the map by the
Rio Grande in this Los Angeles connection.
SAN DIEGO, Cal.. Oct. 14. It Is an
nounced that tho marrlago of Miriam
Grant, daurjhter of U. S. Grant. Jr., to
Lieut. U. S. Macy of tho navy will occun
next Monday in tho East, whero MIssO
Grant now Is. I
DETROIT, Mich.. Oct. II. With two
Chinese under a itch t at Lansing and two
whlto men, arrested with them, detained
at Adraln, the local Chlncso Inspectors
bellevo thoy havo broken up a system of
Chinese smugRlors that has long boon
causing Inspectors considerable trouble.
PITTSBURG. Pa., Oct. U. Tho Pitts
burg Automobllo club, which has In Its
membership most of the wealthy men or
Pittsburg, has deckled to tako a novel
stand against tho fast driving of nuto
mobllcs. paying J2S0 for arrest of every
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. II. President D.
R. Francis and Director of Exhibits
Frederick J. V. Skllt of the Louisiana
Purchaso opposition wero today mnuo
grand officers of tho Order of tho Crown
of Italy. Tho decorations wero conferred
upon them by tho King of Italy.
NEW YORK, Oct. II At a meeting hero
of tho executive committeo of tho Inter
national Association of Accident Under
writers, Lako Muskoka, Canada, has boon
chosen for tho next mooting place. Tho
convention will sit thoro July 3S-21.
ST LOUIS, Oct. 14 Tho International
Congress of Military Surgeons today de
cided that no badges nor decorations shall
bo worn at future meetings of tho organ
ization except those autnorlzed by law.
NEW YORK, Oct. 14. Tho Archbishop
of Canterbury and his party sailed for
homo today on tho Whlto Star liner Ccd
rlc. DES MOINES, la-. Oct. 14. Tho busi
ness committee of the National Congrega
tional council has recommended memor
ializing tho Western Passenger associa
tion to run no moro Sunday excursions,
at tho meeting of tho council todav. Tho
resolution was passed unanimously amid
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 14. It has been an
nounced by tho dopartmont of admissions
of the World's " fair that approximately
COCO passes havo been eliminated by tho
system of rc-valldatlon which was put
into operation several weeks ago.
REDDING, Cal., Oct. 14. A logging
train on tho railroad connecting tho
lumber camp and mill of tho Lamolno
Lumber Trading company loft tho rails
several miles west of Lamolno, killing
James Wright, tho conductor, and Mrs.
A. Chapman, a passenger.
WALLA WALLA. Wash.. Oct. 11. ror
ry Quecnan and Kid Barber fought
twenty rounds here last night to a draw.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 14. Prlvato ad
vices ll'lXIVtU HUH." . IH.UVI.I !
to the effect that many arrests aro being
mado thero to check a revolutionary
movement on a large scale, which is be
ing directed against President Castro's
ST. PAUL, Oct. II. Whllo experiment
ing with a patent fire escape, swung from
tho eighth story of tho Germanla Llfo
building this afternoon, P. M. Scannon
and wife of Minneapolis fell from the third
story to the stone sidewalk. Mrs. Scan
non was killed and her husband fatally
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. Oct. 14. Eight
torpedo boats, evidently destined for
Japan, havo arrived at Minnesota Trans
for from Foro River, Qulncy. Mass. Tho
boats are londcd on nineteen cars. Every
effort Is being made to hasten tho de
parturo of the ahlp'mcnt.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 14 Assistant Sec
retary of State Loomls had Interviews to
day with tho Secretary of tho Navy and
Gen. Chaffee for tho purpose of arrang
ing for army and navy officials at San
Francisco to rccelvo upon his arrival
thoro next week Vice-President Corral
WASHINGTON. Oct. 14. Whllo Attorney-General
Moody was taking a horse
back ride today a team of runaway mules
collided with his horse with such force
that tho Attorney-General as thrown to
the pavement. Fortunately ho alighted
In such a manner as to sustain no Injury
beyond a shaking up.
f POLITICS AT LARGE.
H M M I M M M
FORT WAYNE. Ind.. Oct. 14. William
J. Bryxin 'ind party continued their tour
of Indiana today. Auburn was the first
stop of today's speaking tour. Thero
was a largo crowd, notwithstanding the
NEW MARTINSVILLE. W, Va., Oct.
14, A day In the Ohio valley, touching
tho towns on the Woe. Virginia bank of
tho river from Wheeling to Pnrkera
hurg, waa the programme of Henry G.
Davis and his coips of campaigners to
day. ESOPUS, N. Y. Oct. 14. Judgo Parker
wen? to Kingston today and registered
to voto In tho second election district of
the Ninth ward. Ho makes his voting
residence at4tho home of his son-in-law,
Rev- Chorion Mercer Hall.
I "Will Refund Your Money if it Falls.
I know that my Rheumatism Cure will
cure sharp shooting pains In tho Arms,
Legs, Side. Back or Rreast and Rheumatic
Swelling or Soroneas of any part of tho
body in a few hours.
It crfects a speedy and permanent euro
of all forms of Rheumatism, Sciatica,
Lumbago, or pain In tho back. Lameness,
Stiff and Swollen Joints, and all pains In
hips and loins. The remedy does not put
tho disease to sleep, but drives It from tho
Byntem. It neutralizes the acid and makes
good, rich, red blood.
Get a bottle of this remedy, and if you
aro not perfectly satisfied with results I
will refund your money. MUNYON,
CALIFORNIA FOR HEALTH.
Mild Climate, Rnro Medical Springs
and Charming Scenery.
There arc many conditions of tho
body in which a change of environment
Is far more valuable as a remedial
agent than all the medicine that can
California is peculiarly fitted to give
all that nature can give in this direc
tion. To the newcomer the environ
ment is so strange and so striking that
It claims the undivided attention.
Everywhere and all the tlmo there Is
something strange and Interesting to
Of climatic conditions tho invalid has
a wide range from which to choose:
In elevation from about 300 feet below
sea level to 6000 to 7000 above; In hu
midity from tho moist sea breezes of
the coast to the dry, invigorating air
of tho Inland mountain ranges, in tem
perature, from the almost perpetual
summer of the-southern part of tho
State to the. more severe, though not
unpleasant climate of the upper Si
erras. In addition to all this, there are nu
merous mineral springs, many of them
having marked medicinal qualities,
which have already won for them a
wide reputation. At some of these
sanitariums have been erected, and all
v, Mnvnninnpn.q of modern civilization
are at hand.
There, too, one can enjoy a more
healthful and varied diet than Is acces
sible in any other locality. Fresh fruits
-and vegetables the year round; an
abundance of wild games and meats
that aro nutritious and highly-flavored.
A climate whero even a delicate per
son can, with no fear of taking cold,
spend ten or twelve months In the open
air needs few accessories In the work
of restoring impaired health or vital
ity Great numbers of semi-Invalids
already go to California to escape the
cold of the Eastern winters, and find
to their constant surprise that a great
er part of a California winter Is almost
an exact counterpart of the balmiest
days of an Eastern spring.
For descriptive and illustrative liter
ature call on or address D. R. Gray,
general agent Southern Pacific com
I pany, 201 Main street. Salt Lake City,
STRIKE-BREAKERS ON HAND, j
Hello Girls Imported to Portland to j
Take Places of "Central."
PORTLAND, Or., Oct. 14. Two car
loads of telcphono operators arrived In
thlc city today from Seattle. Tho young
women havo been Imported to tako tho
places of the "oentrals" In this cliy, who
havo declared that they will strlko today
or tomorrow unless tho officials of tho
Pacific Slates Telephone and Tolegraph
company see fit to rescind several alleged
drastic measures now In force for tho
control of the young women. So .far tho
company has done nothing, the operators
aav, to better their condition. It is re
ported on very good authority that tho
company officials at, San Francisco 1iavo
ordered that all members of tho local
force In every department who havo af
filiated with a union shall be discharged.
No confirmation of this report can be ob
tained from tho officials here.
UTAH DAY AT "WORLD'S FAIR.
Special rate for this occasion via Ore
gon Short Lino and Union Pacific.
Dates of sale Oct. ICth and 17th. City
Ticket Ofilce 201 Main St.
A Few of the Many Specials for
Saturday OeSy !
YOU'LL FIND HUNDREDS MORE IF YOU JUST LOOK AROUND j
THE STORE. 1
jff Fino hemstitched and embroidered cor- f 1 1
jff 2i ncrs or Inserted colored ombroldorod cor- z 2f0 i
Cej Via? ners, all fino sheer Swiss handkerchiefs. ts I
Rugulur 12'c values, for Saturday only 1
! 2 as 25C.3Fieesea boT: 1 2 as
; Florida water, Dr. Raymond's complexion soap Roso Marguerite. Lilac ;
! Honey, White Clovor, Egyptian Roso, Egyptian Lilac. Vlolette do Mcntono
and other hlgh-grado odors aro to bo found In this great special soap sale,
for Saturday only
5:1 White Wai stings
Full assortment of dainty patterns In j I j
"t fleeced back white walstlngs, regular fU fX
t prlco 35c and COc; cholco of eight patterns, M . K)
Saturday only KJ? Vf
8 Cleaning up the last of Q
f7 the Mended Si.oo and A OC H
h l! $1.50 Gloves at only.... 0
! This Is tho last of them Only lop pairs left In black, white and colors.
J Don't neglect this rnro chanco to glovo your hands at this ridiculously low
U price T!iey won't remain on our counters long at this prlco.
5 r White; Blankets
In Just received a big shipment of whlto I M
k MT sheet blankets, full single bed size, pretty rirJf
VJeM" colored borders; 75c Is tho regular price; JB CJ3
1 SQ cents
$5 Redfera Corsets
By Closing out bal.inco of stock In theo Sff
By highest quality Italian cloth and linn lm- 1 M
iy portf-d eoutlls, mado In a variety of do- tpwA W .
ff Hlrable shapes, a special bargain whllo sv rH ff .
thla3t $2oOQ fea i
1i Neck Scarfs, &) OA I
ipL.oy Special Today Only f.oy
i Isabella blended opossum nerk scarfs with C handsomo tail3, chain i
'. fastener. A full, large, Huffy, warm neck piece at tho special price, Satur- j
Condition of the Treasury.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 11. Today's state
ment of tho treasury balances in the gen
eral fund, exclusive of. the S130.O0O.600 gold
rcservo In tho division of redemption,
Miows: Available cash balances, SUS.OM,
22C; gold, $77fSW,7?5. '
Fruit of iho Palm.
. Drako's Palmetto Wine, a tonic, laxative, un.
falling speclflo from pure Juice of tho wonderful
Palmetto fruit. Gives Immcdlato relief and ab
solutely permanont euro in all cases of Catarrh.
Stomach Troubles, Ilatulcnoy, Constipation,
Congested Kidneys and Inflammation ot Bind
der. Seventy-llvo cents at Drug Stores for a
laruo bottlo. usual dollar slzo. but a trial bottlo
will bo sent frco and prepaid to ovory reader of
this paper who writes for it, A lottor or postal
card addressed to Drako Formula Company,
Dralto Uulkllnjr. Chlcnjro. 111., is tuo ouly ex
pense to securo a trial of Drnko's Palmetto
Wine. One small doso a day cures to star cured-
j " Is In plain sacks but
--.. ,.. ., mighty good
1 flour. If you don't
j 9 think so, you can
9 1 8 m get all of your
i. i-" " " "1 Imoney back.
"Will find in our shoes nil that
is desirable style, material, fit
and service. It is these essen
tial points that havo made the
"money back" shoes famous.
Ben Davis, Prest. Aaron Levitt, 'Secy
23S and 240 Main. Both 'Phones 695
47 West Second South
Under now management. Regular meals
and short orders; everything first-class.
Open day and night. Ladles' prlvato
dining-rooms hi connection, Joe Yok and
Chin Chenn, Proprietors.
New and elegant in nil Its nppoIutmonU.
ISO roorau, single or cn uulte. 61 rooms with
bath. O. a. liolmco. ProDrlotor.
!' Afk Th0 0traln and 3trueR, of busy Jm
ll causos nine-tenths of tho dally ache3
S WM j)alns and kldnoy sufferings of humanity I
f ' 'Th0 bUSy tflk3"hWh Wrk ic"1 an1 r"1" El
lUl To overwork tho kidneys Ih to congtjj
WJf I I and Cl0tr th0mtO 1Iaturb ana hinder theJlB
VV' rn III th0'r Srat Wrk f nUor,nf tho blo 'Hi
teSilSMlLl neglect sick kidneys. In spite of It j
PiW nd 1)111113 and urlnar' borders they E1
jlfcK-KPflri! 'n overworklns untl1 th0 1ldny3 givo out.
' tB'mi ' There is no middlo road for tho kldnej I
wfesTMsA sufferer. He must either help and cuiM
f&WtW&ffltWvm llb Sidneys, or go tho downward cour ill
V towards fatal diabetes and Brlghfs DSi-'IK
f''$fwS in-sl "0330. Thero Is no standing still, . V
tfe&S Doan's Kidney Pills will euro you. Thlj j ?
1&J !grcat kidney specific has restored tho 1 t
ffeJfcS sands of kidney sufferers to complete ac
rtSffiW' " ipormanent health. It Is Intended for tt
3re " 'SHBf -kidneys and for the kidneys only. ' i
Watch for Symptoms of Kidney Diseases. lizard Backache as a Danger : .
Signal. Test tho Urine. Help tho Kidneys Do Their Work.
Cur' Them When They Aro Sick.
BjS: I Salt LaRe City ProoL '
thDuuTchlng tho smalTof the back. Jfl8. B. Cunlcaf, retired, of 216 Wcstij
Sharp pains when stopping or lifting. Xorth, says: "Years ago I strained -T'
Rheumatic aching in tho muscles. iiftlnc heavy baccaco and evM- .C
Nouralglo pains In tho nerves. back lilting nca Daggage, ana eerij, ;
Hoadachcs, sldcachos, gout, sciatica, i havo had attacks of aching across tlj ?
And tho urinary symptoms, somo appar- Qng jU flrst lhey wero trimngi .i
cnrSStfH?as d?y andCnht. paid but little attention to them, but j
St il tc ? Inflammation grew older spells occurred which did V
IS2.Hv naMRirei orTstoppage. pasB away as mysteriously a they ca? P.
ti lek and ill-smelling urine. and three years ago the attacks werei
n Sirlok-dua? sediment sovero and of such long duration thm 1
nl fZnthv of stalnlnK : ur "no. ' know I in for kIJny complali
SrMyA!r?n wmSnrM are' When a urinary troublo developed!
p ,hrfv S swollT Unbs. tloularly annoying at night, I rcortedb
?niift wmv co?nnlclon remedies when attacks were la ovldew, 1
KiinwlSk o eMrsy. languor. but from none of them did I receive u .
BKS ''spots" beforoytho cfs. thing like as satisfactory results as I Ji ,
Weak heart- debility. IndlgesUon. from Doan Kidney Pills, procured atuS
There Is only ono thing to do when any P. J. HI 11 Drug Co. s storo. They stoai !
of theso symptoms i appear, and that Is to tho aching across tho small of my tS-
Sfirc i the kldnoys. No need to experiment, and the usual weakness In tho action tf
DoMfflvPlllahavo oured hundreds tho kidney secret ons What Is of ma'
of neonlo In your own city. Their testl- moro importanco to me, up to date the.
mony proves it. has not been a symptom of a recumr.tt'
fyfpwmm)im I will Wt'-toiavKaiiBrsi& I wmmi
For Salo by All Doalors. Prlco 50c. Foslor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., Prop, j
If You're Troubled I
i I -
with defectlvo eyesight, OUR N
ft BUSINESS Is to correct it. Wo a
test your eyes free, mako glasses v
j t that fit correctly, and guarantee 1
" eatlsfactlon. Will others do u I
Corrector of Defective Eyesight, E
E 73 W. 1st South. Tel. 17G3-K.
Si positive nnd permanent euro Jor
drunkenness and tho opium aiscasea.
There la no publicity, ro sickness. Laaiea
treated an privately as ai their own
homes. Tho Kceloy Institute. 3M W. So
Tomple. Ealt Lako City. Utah.
H Crystal gate ,2
X 239 MAIN STREET. ?
2 Has Opened
X Open dny ard night TeL 001-T.
Tray Order Solicited. O
Of 0 6 9
rq EBEff iW.'-ir.MWii'Wf IWIIIIIU
I .Heater Weather ,
! isn't it j
A day like yesterday makes
you realize this is near the
j middle of October, and more
I to come. Come In now before
the big rush begins and look
1 at our Garland Heaters We i
have them in all sizes and
prices. Just now we have
moro tlmo to act the heater
than we'll have later.
CAMPBELL f Hardware Co.
27-20 West Third So. .
Phone 1637-K. j
n'Evi, 1 -rT ?r""pr'.', ',y'rwrw'' ' '1"-J y
ON ALL rAR LIEa-
Try it tho Next Time Yoir
8. C. EWING, Proprietor.
Headquarters for mining men and at' I
gan. RA?ES A DAY AND UP. .j
J. W. CUEHIE, !
! ASSATER. I;
j J W 3rJ South. nlt I-lc C" j.
IHLt zzzzzzz - ' 1
H i R
j I - iJ And wl3! .Offor Same for Thirty Days, m Comiedlioiii with Our Regular Stock, at, Prices the Like of. Which Has j t
I " 'f Never Been Knowii in Salt Lafce -
k Shoes for MenShoes for LadiesShoes for MissesShoes for h!ldre5iSli'5oe"s for BoysShoes for SLH-S!ippers Galore.
I ' HLL KINDS HLL SIZEJ3HLL -PRICES. ' ' '.
H 1 BIG CUT IN SHE DRESSINGS.