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H!: page four THE SALT LAKE TKIBUjSTE. - Sunday morning, November loojfl
II GREAT CUT-OFF
ill FROM DEiWEI
: Union Pacific May Build
; Surveyors at Work Near Ft.
r Collins, Colo., for Newest
j' , Line Westward.
jJl Would Shorten the Distance to Salt
L Lako 100 Miles, or Four Hours,
and Be Much Better Line.
Speciul to Tlio Tribune.
I FORT COLLINS, Colo., Nov. 12. A
I ,( corps of engineers, with a full force
I p of levelers, 19 camped about a mile
T north of Fort Colllna. They have been
tf; ' engaged In surveying" a line for a rail-
ji road from Fiyh Creek, a point on the
'i Union Pacltlc, i5ven miles west of Tie
j Siding", down through Virginia. Dale
'?! and Park Station to thin city. The en-
I glneers decline to divulge the object of
( I the survey, other than that It Is for a
) 1 railroad, but its destination or by what
, company they are sent out are myster-
!. lee. The theory is advanced that the
,li Union Pacific Is preparing to build a
3jj cut-off from some point south of Gree-
, j ley on ita line between Denver and
:J Cheyenne for the purpose of shorten-
1 Jug the distance between Denver and
U Salt Lake. It la claimed that thlo line
jjj would shorten the distance between
Jjj those points nearly luO miles and the
jjj running time about four hours. The
J grade from Fls-h Creek to this city Js
I a an easy one and It Is possible the line
u will be built on a portion of the old
. f! C. & S. grade, extending from four
jl miles east of Fish Station to Fort Col-
: llns. It Is supposed the engineers will
7 continue their survey to some point
la on the Union Pacific south of Gree-
t ley. Another rumor is that the Colo-
. i, rado : Southern company plans for an
! extension of Its line from Fort Collins
jj to Cheyenne.
1 i Special for Republicans,
fl The Salt Lake Route will operate a
'. special train from points as far south
as Payson to Salt Lake City and re-
II ' turn to accommodate the large number
I . desiring to attend the Republican ratlfi-
I ' cation Tuesday evening, November 15.
I fj( It Is expected there will be several hun-
I' (1j dred take advantage of the opportunity
I ij' of assisting in this- ratification from
I ; . Provo and points In Utah county.
I' Studying the Hock Island.
I - E. Drnke and Oeorrco A. Biblo of the
( Rock Island passenger department havo
I Bone to Chicago, where all the pnsscn-
Jj gcr representatives will meet and go over
, i the system by special train. The aim Is
J) lo give to all the passenger representa-
( tlvcs a chanco to thoroughly study tho
A system with a view of educating them
Kf , for future conduct of their work of so-
6 llcltlng business,
i ' '
jj : Off for El Paso.
f On the Rio Grande train No. 2 yes-
(' ' terday was quite a party of Utnh pco-
I Hi Plo eu routo to the Irrigation congress at
j 131 Paso. In tho party were O. B. Gll-
, i on. L. V. ShurtHff, F. J. KlescI, Mesors.
I ' MIddlcton. Maloncy, Garner, Humphrey',
tl f Glasmann, Wright and Wheelwright from
.If Ogdcn, R. "V, Young, John Beck. El-
' j ; dredge. Evans, Knudson and O. B. Young
j I' from this city and a party of six to board
jj the train at Provo.
j j The Salt Lake track has crossed the
$ j Santa Fe's Manvel branch and steel Is
. ' f being laid this side at the rate of over
'i a mile per day. At this late the track
M( will be joined by November 30.
) If a person will draw a line from
"Winnemucca, Nev., to Salt Lake, also
(!: ' lines from "Winnemucca to Tintic and
M ! Thistle. It will be seen how absurd It
y I Is to figure Thistle In connection with
I f the Western Pacific, to say nothing of
I , the fact that Thistle is In a narrow
2j ; canyon, with but three outlets, one to
llj ' Grand Junction, ono to Provo and one
H . to Sanpete county, all three occupied
f. by the Rlo Grande. Where the East-
Hl ! era writers have gotten off Js the Sa-
,' j Una cut-off, which leaves tho Rio
y, ' Grande at or near Green River, and
!'3 . this cut-oft Is to be used in connection
(j?, r with a Los Angeles connection If built.
' EXHIBIT PRECIOUS STONES.
1 1 i California State Mining: Bureau Adda
1 1 j Fine Collection.
1 1 j SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 12. A col-
al 5 lection of tourmaline, precious stones,
jj valued at $15,000, has been added to the "
(j ( State mining bureau's exhibit of Call-
M fomla specimens. The stones come
j) from Mesa Grande, San Diego county,
L' where the discovery of It In quantities
5 j has. caused much excitement. It Is
1! ( -Halmed that the collection sent to San
pi . Francisco is the most valuablo ever
j t gotten together, they being specimens
jjj of every known color and shade, and
j ! all of them of bright luster. Tho
111 ; stones, cut, retail for from $25 to $50
fl Per carat, and New York Jewelers are
! taking all they can get, as there Is a
" i '"ad for the Jewel in fashionable New
ji York circles.
II; NO PROTEST FILED.
'Ij! Japanese Legation in London Denies
j a Story,
uli LONDON, Nov. 12. The Japanese le-
M I; gatlon denies that there Is any truth In
'all lhe report published by the Blrmlng-
1 , ham Post to the effect that Japan has
JJ r, communicated In strong terms with
ifr, several European Governments on the
'r; subject of the Russian Second Pacific
f. squadron coaling at neutral points
1 1 which, It was added, Japan considered
;! 10 ho a serious breach of neutrality
iji T-'he legation has taken no steps In the
iiif matter and ha not heard of any such
'Jjj! communications or protests.
f Russian Squadron at Dakar.
ll I DAKAn-. F.rf,lch Wt?aL Africa, Nov 12-
J . J'9ur bttUleHhluH. nvo cruisers nnd seven
Woman Was Slowly
Starving b Death
Hence Did Not Think It Wrong; to
Toko Something Not Belong
i ing to Hor.
NEW YORK, Nov. 12. "I do not
think It was wrong to take something
that did not belong to me I mean when
I was starving to death do you?" and
the round checks flushed as Mabel Day
man, so eager lo be a theatrical star In
New York that she left her 'good home
somewhere In the Wcsl, sank down up
on her cot In the Tombo prison and
wept. Charged with the theft of a fur
boa valued at $-15, she was held for trial
In the Jefferson Market Police court and
then sent to the Tombs.
"Oh, I don't mean that," sine contlnr
ued. "I mean New York was so cold
and hard. Everywhere I wont they
laughed at me and told me to go home."
She wept softly.
"My family didn't want me to go on
the stage. They all paid It would end
like this. No, I haven't a lawyer; I am
Just going to let fate do what It will. I
have tried to bo good and honest.
Starving to Death.
"For three weeks I lived on next to
nothing. Then Saturday came. Tho
rent was due. I had no food for two
days and the city seemed to bo trying
to kill me. I went down to the man
agers' ofllces on Broadway again. I
thought If I would be gay and happy
looking that someone would give me
work. But they laughed and joked with
me Just as they did for three months,
and told me to come again.
"Oh, I was po hungry and I couldn't
go back to my room. So I walked around
trying to plan some way of getting
money, for everything I had was in
pawn. Then I went Into the store. I
didn't know what I wanted to do, but
then it dawned on me that I might get
work If I had money to hold out, so I
took the boa. I knew that with it I
could pay my rent and live a few days
longer and perhaps get work; then I
would pay for the boa.
In Sort of a Dnze.
"This Is what I got for it," she con
tinued, brokenly. "Why. I am In a sort
of daze. Every little while I ask myself
If I am awake. I don't seem to be. No.
Dayman Is not my name. But I shall
never, never let my people know what
becomes of me. The disgrace would be
awful out home. I have a big brother
oh, how I wish he were here!
"Why. did I come to New York? Well,
I used to attend the matinees out home,
and I got a chance In a small part with
a one-nlght-stand company. And I got
a lot of nice notices, and I Just planned
to come to New York and ask Mr.
Frohman for an engagement as a lead
ing lady. I saved money, and last Au
gust I came. Mr. Frohman wouldn't
see me. Thoy didn't need any leading
ladles, the office boy said. Then I went
to a lot of more agents, and they all
had leading ladles already.
Every Ono Laughed.
"Then I tried for anything. And
everybody laughed and told me to come
again. They would Pit and talk with
me, but never gave me an engagement.
"Once a nice old -man. Col. Brown,
told me that there were thousands of
girls trained ones, too trying and not
getting Jobs, and that It was a hard
season and that I had better go home.
Mrs. Packard told me the same thing.
Then I felt hopeless and the city
seemed just crushing me. And" then Sat
urday came the day when I was oh,
why didn't I die before that happened
And the girl who dreamed of being a
great star sank down upon the only
thing the big city had ever given her
an Iron cot and wept bitterly.
I FIRE OF ARTILLERYMEN.
Vast Improvement in Accuracy, as
Reported by Chief.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 12. The re
ports received by the chief of artillery
upon the conclusion of the annual tar
get practice show that there has been
a vast Improvement In the accuracy of
the tire of the artillerymen stationed
at tho various sea coast fortifications.
This not only applies to the big guns,
but also to tho mortars. It Doing re
ported that tho records made In mor
tar lire were remarkable.
it Scares People
Who come of a consumptive family
when they begin to cough and the lunga
a. j.ij ..- . are painful. But
M 'i'isa fact ond
ywyF consumption is
pot and cannot be
ORkJS microbe which
JtySMi'ital uree(ls disease
WwfffSPLs 111 ust asolutcly
ft be rcccived- by the
tvAiM iud,v'dual before
!f5isS2sL r2-i$ co,,sulI,ption can
fflfetfwww NS ke developed.
mAKwa wUo have bu af
SiI1to?Hw nicted with obsti-
WlitaWmMWi uate coughs, bron
chitis, bleeding of
the lungs, emaciation and weakness, havo
been perfectly and permaneiitlv cured
by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery. It cures the cough,
heals the lunga, and builds up the body
with solid flesh. '
Will be paul by the World's Dispeusary
Medical Association, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
if they canuot show the original signa
ture of the individual volunteeringthe
testimonial below, and also of the writcra
of every testimonial among the thou
sands which they are constantly publish
irg, thus proving their genuineness.
"Whcn I commenced taklujr your medicines
eighteen months ago, my health was completely
HZn dow??in writes Mr. Com L. Siimlerlaud
of Chttucyvillc. Calvert Co. Md. "At tbues I
could not even walk across the room without
pains in ray cheit. The doctor who attended me
Mid f nad lunx trouble, and that J u-outd never be
aril ' again. Altogether I have talccu eighteen
bptllcs of 'Golden Medical Discovery ' and five
vials of 'Pellets.' I am now almost entirely
well, and do all my work without any pain
whatevcrand cau run witb more ease than J
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on
receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to covei
peuse of mailing only. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y. i
Prominent Physicians the World Over Have Come
to the Conclusion, After Years of Experiments,
That Thsre Is Only One Truly Great and Re
liable Tonic Stimulant.
It Is on Account of Its Purity, Quall-
.4 -y and Curative Properties That
iS3S Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey Has
Wtfi Won Such Favor With Doctors and
''' ' V$$L 'C!!sL Philadelphia. Pa., Juno 3, 1901.
' 'K- " Gentloinen-Havlng carefully examined
riWf W $2. .. ', Duffy'H Malt Whiskey I dud It Is of exccl-
J. $2fP' ,cnt- Quality, ha agreeable flnvor, Its pur-
SiM. . ' ity. especially Its freedom from fUBel oil,
I must recommend It to all thoso who de-
vraSV s',e a pure and superior whiskey. Charles
iSS? s- Gaunlt. M. D . Prof, of Medical Chcm-
" IsV I" the Hahnemann Medical College
Pfi x " of F""adclphla-
D7. J. W. HO RTF 11 Brf-R1IS
Rest Haven Sanitarium. vvm"W& ifpw'Wiliw
Scotch Plains. N. J.. March 0. 1001. W'M " ''Mf
I CcntUmon-Il affords me much pl a?nro 'ZS&M$$
to communicate to ou tho result of my .'v3i!
experience with your article. It met ce. y : rf:$Sro?
expectation. I have been trying It on V..vS!&v
several cises of typho-pneurr.onln with i'v--'&3$
tho result thut It has succeeded so 9.!n- -a '''.&&jti!&fe
dldly as a stimulant and stomachic that l:?':"fSgf&
I havo discarded every other whiskey It K'.ii5y-V::
Is reliable, effective and acreeable to the rf&'S
digestive- organs, assisting digestion and vSd-vS-w
assimilation. In my experience aB a MMS0W0: y3SSS'
physician for tho last twonty-nv ears ---M-4f Jfis&3&
I frankly and considerately admit voir liWmWW J$&$
whiskey has not Ita superior or an auiil- sA&M ff-SH
Jury to tho medical pharmacopeia. I have 5WWiS .fitf3?$?
used nearly every kind on the rr.arVot fSc-?S?:''' ' t'-rry jWvKkSw
with varying results, but In yours there fe'&SBfl f'imJAWfii
Is uniformity. Ffej $&&MvSWy
Dr. J. W. Hoiter. CIIARI.KS S GArXTT. M D.
DUFFY'S PUHE BUT WHISKEY
The fact that Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is ono of the most effective forms of
nourishment Is one of the reasons It 19 universally prescribed by doctors nnd UBCd
in hospitals for Indigestion, dyspepsia nnd all manner of stomach troubles. It set
tled and tones up tho stomach, and puts it Into shape to digest anything, and at
tho same time drives out disease and builds up the whole system.
Chemists, after most exhaustive tests, doclaro Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey tho
purest, most perfect tonlc-stlmulant known to medicine. It Is entirely frco from
fusol oil. Nothing so thoroughly eradicates nervous diseases. Impurities of tho
blood and Imperfections of circulation. It quickens the heart's action and Infuses
Into body, brain, norve and muscle new life, health, hope and vigor "Duf
fy's" Is tho only cure and preventive of consumption, pneumonia, grip, bronchitis,
coughs, colds, malaria, low fevers, and all wasting, weakening, diseased conditions
It makes old people young and keep3 tho young strong and healthy. In use 50
years Every ono may havo a copy of our frco booklot by writing Duffy Malt
Whlskev Co.. Rochester. N. Y.
CAUTION Get the genuine Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, sold by nil
druggists and grocers throughout the world in sealed bottles only price
$1.00. See that tho "Old Chemist" trade-mark is on the labol, and that
there is a strap over tho cork. Eefuso substitutes and bogus so-called
"Duffy's" Pure Malt Wliiskey, offered by unreliable dealers.
WILL BE PLEASED TO !
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I . THE MASTER SPECIALIST f
j h0SS C eodsj
W j PERMANENTLY CUREi
j 1 3 '' CP r 1." I
r. Bedine' Piles- RDpll
Wrwto and flis-i
X jpW Bladder and Prostatei
! w. a. cook, m. d. Gland. m
CUEE OE -NO CHARGE ABSOLUTELY NO CHARGE UNLESS SATISFACTION 18 Ml
GIVEN. Every patient is given a written guarantee to refund ever- dollar paid for services if
thev do not receive a complete, lifelong cure and entire satisfaction, and I have made a deposit of mg
500.00 in (be Utah National Bank to secure any contract that I do not fulfill. XI
DISEASES CURED ONLY BY A SKILLED SPECIALIST 1
BLOOD POISON NERVOUS DECLINE m
My treatment for Blood Poison Is a Specific Se- In treat,ner pelvic diseases, from Tvhlch new'sRl
rum composition that completely reorganizes the nit nen'ous disorders originate, I have parUcuIarofl HI
blood corpuscles, by which means every particle oC VftntaS?B over other physicians, because I nave
poisonous matter Is eliminated. Under my system of thorough knowledge of the seat and cause ol meu j
treatment it Is utterly Impossible for the poison to oaao' iIy auccess a due to experience and rMel. al
remain in the blood, nnd purity and health are the from the ent,re world of medical science. My scJ enB
results In every case. My Specific Serum treatment tlflc courso oC treatment stops all Drains, Emisr-on jc
Is administered both subcutaneously and Internally nnd restores the organB to that sexual power Is co ' MBt'x
nnd soon after beginning' treatment all Indications of p,ete' IR
disease disappear, without a sign or symptom ever Dfl RC wlb
recurring at any time. ILCj tSR1
Are small vascular tumors, and they have a nio5 Jit-
STRICTURE degrading Influence on the general health. I c7riffU
Piles without cutting, nor do I use any ligature ill
I treat every case according to its requirements carbolic acid Injections, which treatment nasrU ,J:ifi
first satisfying myself as to the exact condition by many. My treatment is safe and painless, caus ns wf.
careful examination and Inquiry. Stricture In any no detention to business, and when you are dismiss" jjy p
form Is not difficult to cure, and by my method of 9 bv me you are cured for life. ifli
Irrigation and digestion I am able to euro the most nnnTnnc flR,
severe casos. I do not cut or dilate with bougies 1 K 'H I UKC
and when I have dismissed a case the canal is sound I have a sure, safe method of curing rupture. Be- Mli
and healthy and perfectly natural. sldos beinff aljSolvitfiiy reliablo It is painless and
rrixAr-,. harmless. It makes no difference how bad your ir m,
VARI COCELE ture Is, and how many times you have been treaty
,r r . . I can cure you, and will Guarantee entire - Vi
My method of curing varlcocelo consists of ab- tlon
sorption, by which means the stagnant blood la tran- ff
suded into the cellular tissue and finally ejected In HYDROCELE
tho Bame manner as all other waste matter Tho , complex fft i
RanEllonlc nerves, the weakness of Jnlch cause! w,7?h8,rem1d5r 1 Uae fr CUdng h? hv !ne uTof F '
Varicocele, are restored by tho adminfstra Son ? S ' a ?b J,tera,tcs tho tumor at once' an,d brnh fl Vlgn r Au
tonic, and a complete cure is possibeve 2 j 1 K'
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