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ij 8 ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1912. J.
10. S. L ULL BID
Question of Further Extend
ing Burley Cutoff Depends
on Court Decision.
W. H. Bancroft, vice president and
sencrai manager of the Oregon Short
Lino, yesterday signed a stipulated agree
ment by which (ho company may lay
about nine miles of new track on whut
Is known as the Burley cutoff. The lino
will extend frpm Burley to Marshfleld.
Idaho, being- pan of tho proposed cutoff
between Burley and Salt Lake City.
Grading on the line has already been
completed and the track will be laid as
soon as possible.
Unless the secretary of the interior,
Walter L. Fisher, recedes from his posi
tion, the road will not be exlonded
farther and will be built to Jlarshficld at
a loss to the company, according to lo
cal officials, They say that tho Oregon
Short Line management bought tho right
of way for the line from Burley to
Strevcll from the farmers who own the
land. Secretary Fisher Interfered, how
ever, when tho company had the grad
ing done, and insisted that tho right of
way should have been secured from the
Tho stand taken by the secretary of
the Interior Is on account of the railroad
traversing a government irrigation pro
ject on which the main and lateral
ditches aro not yet located. There will
bo many of the ditches that must cross
tho track and the cqendlture will be
heavy. The secretary contends that the
farmers have no right to soil the right
of way because they haven't patents to
the land, and ho Insists that the ditches
are part of the government project and
that all pertaining to the government
project should have preference over the
rights of the rallrond and should be con
sidered in the right of way.
Having advanced this opinion, the sec
rotary agreed to sell the right of way to
tho company at a not unreasonable ratn,
but with tho stipulation thai the railroad
company must stand t he expense of fhc
waterway crossings, gates, fences, bridges
and other things that arc not usually
paid by the railroad company. The com
pany signed tho stipulations under pro
test about a month ago. hut this was not
satisfactory to the secretary, and yes
terday, in order to save the crops of the
farmers In the neighborhood of Marsh- :
IK field, Mr. Bancroft signed the stipuia-
lions and gave a required bond of 525.-
: Tho case is' now before the supreme
. court and if Mr. Fisher Is upheld in his
contention that tho farmers have, no
; right to sell the right of way for the
; railroad across their land because thoy
have not final proof on the land, and the
;y railroad will be built no farther. If Mr.
J Fisher is not upheld, the management
J of the company says that the road will
I bo completed to Strevcll In tho near fu-
lure and from there to Promontory,
where connections will be made with the
Southern Pacific, as soon as possible.
Mr. Bancroft said yesterday that he con
sidered t he stipulations unjust, but that
i he would rather submit to them than
i to see the farmers who are struggling
on the government project at Marsh-
t field lose their crops.
IB) TJ. P. Secretary Coming.
m Alexander Millar of New York, secre-
tary of the Union Pacific, will be here
B October S to attend the annual meeting
of the stockholders of the Oregon Short
K Lino and the Union Pacific Lund coni-
I To Elect Officers.
Tho members of tho Transportation
club .of Belt Lake City will hold their
annual election in the club rooms this
evening. There arc three distinct tickets
In the field, and the indications are that
the rivalry for some of the offices will
be keen. A number of passenger men
who are members of the club are in Den
ver attending the annual convention oT
the American Association of Passenger
Agents, but there is promise of a. good
attendance and the election probably will
be a- lively one.
Im Colonist Travel Heavy.
The colonist travel' to and through Salt
m Lake City Is said to be unusually heavy
on all of the roads, and especially so on
Q the Denver &. Rio Grande. There were
four sections to passenger train No. 5,
P which reached Salt Lake Citv at lnter-
K vals o ten .minutes yesterday, the first
ft section being exactly on time, and there
If were three sections of train No. 3, which
I was also on time.
IK Conference Special.
B The conference special from Pavson to
m this city over the Denver & Rio Grande
yesterday brought 200 persons to Salt
Lake City. On two coaches of No, 5
IBB' yesterday there were ninety-eight for-
H; e gners, who were going to San Fran-
R I'Isco. The two coaches were transferred
K to the Salt L,ake Route and will be sent
J to San Francisco by way of Los Angeles.
It! John Heath, Michigan Bar, Cal.,
! writes: "I was afflicted with kidney
and bladder trouble for nearly six
l years. Had a very baS spell some
time apo and was unable lo turn with-
out help. I commenced using Foley
3 Kidney Pills and can truly say I was
1 relieved at once. I take pleasure in
J recommending Foley Kidney Pills."
I SPECIAL PROGRAMME
OF MUSIC ARRANGED
The following programme will be given
ny George Kllnk's orchestra at today's
luncheon at the Commercial club:
M'''.rch. "The Midshipman" . . .Laurcudcau
; Cello solo. "The livening Star"
, , Mr. Jorgenscn.
, c,cfio"' '.Tc,r Do Luxe" Iloschna
i Ballet from -La Rclnc de Sabe". .Gounod
' Operatic selection, "11 Trovatorc". . .Vn-dl
lolln solo, "Hinnorosko- Dvorak
Miss Fdna ICvans will bc the soloist
during thft regular luncheon. Miss Kvans'
numbers will Include:
Aria from "Madame Bultcrflv". . Pimclnl
"The Rosary" ," Nevln
"Sing. Smile. Slumber" Gounod
L HALF POUND J
ror 32 Years
& -Pound Papers
John C. Cutler, investment banker and
broker. In his weekly trade and finance
letter writes as follows:
General business conditions all over
(he United States aro prosperous. The
splendid crops are being harvested and
the railroads arc taxed to their full ca
pacity in moving them to seaport towns
for exportation. Tho wheels of tho in
dustrial plants of the country are be
coming more active, while the. funds of
the banks are no longer idle, and labor Is
Trade conditions in Utah arc excollent
as a rule. Crops of all kinds have been
large and the outlook for fall and winter
is good. The one depressing factor of
the situation Is the srtlko. of miners at
Bingham, which it is hoped will soon be
Locally there has been Increased busi
ness during the week with thousands or
visitors In the city attending the National
Irrigation concrrcss. the conference of the
Mormon church and tho state fair.
Bonds and stocks havo been more active
during the week with prices well sus
tained. The sugar factories are actively
working on the largest crop of beets In
their history, which has stimulated the
sale of sugar stock, and the machine and
implement companies report increased In
quiries and better collections. Last sales
of Consolidated Wagon & Machine com
pany stock were made at $102 and ? 102.50,
During tho week several of the banks,
tho Con. Wagon, tho Utah-Idaho Sugar
company and tho Amalgamated Sugar
company sent out their quarterly divi
dends. Other Institutions will pay regu
lar dividends during the month.
Amalgamated Sugav Co., pfd SI 22.00
Beneficial Life Ins. Co 200. 00
Barnes Banking Co., Kaysvllle 190.00
Bank of American Fork 165.00
Bank of TIeber City 17.50
Bank of Southern Utah. Cedar .... 17.00
Con. Wagon & Machine Co 102.50
Con. Life Ins. & Inv. Co 115.00
Continental National bank 145.00
Deserot National Bank 311.00
Deserct. Savings Bank ...1075. 00
Davis Co. bank, Farmington 2.10.00
First National bank. Layton ..... 150.00
First National bank, Morgan 150.00
First National bank, Ogden 070.00
First National bank, Murray 115.00
First National Bank, Logan 1)5.00
First National bank. Brlgham 250.00
Guardian Cy. & Guaranty Co 270.00
Home Fire Insurance Co 270.00
TIeber J. Grant. &, Co 20.75
Kamus State bank 120.00
Merchants bank 150.00
National Bank of the Republic... 1.82.00
National Copper haul: 135.00
Ncphi National bank 125.00
Ogden Savings bank -150,00
Provo Com. & Savings bank SliO-OO
Salt Lake Security & Trust Co 1IC.00
State Bank of Brlgham Citv 200.00
State Bank of Garfield. Panguitch. ICS. 00
State Rank of Millard Co., Fillmore 150.00
State Bank of Richmond 120.00
Thatcher Bros. Banking Co., Logan 100.no
Ulah-Tdaho Sugar Co. pfd S.S0
rtah State National Bank 257.00
Utah Savings fc Trust Co 101.00
Walker Bros. Bankers .nt )0
Zion's Savings Bank & Tr. Co 390.00
Z. C. M. 1 390.00
Con. Ry. Sz Power Co. (city) $100.00
taumptcr Valley railroad 9S. 00
Utah Light ,t Ry. Co. (city) 35.00
Utah Light &. Power Co S 00
Utah Light & Power Co 93 on
Utah County Light & Power Co. 100.00
The Utah Sugar Co 102.00
Utah Hotel Co. 100.00
Payroll Is Approved.
At a special meeting 0f the city com
missioiiers yesterdav moriiinjr I ha citv
payroll for the last half of September,
amount in:.' to $2(5,1 oS.SO, was approved;
Current bills for September were also
approved, among them SIO.'US for in
terest on tho overdraft wh'n'h tho city
had during the month aL the Dcscrct
I Are the Fly and Mosquito Dang efeus?Jpe
I I "The Ay. with spongy feci, collects the invisible germs of diseases, spreads
H I '.em. ov.er, our l00 anc Pojsns as with typhoid and cholera. The mosquito with
I its bit injects into our veins malaria and yellow ever. The bacteria of consump-
I tion, or grip, arc everywhere present for us to breathe into our lungs. The blood
H I which flow through our veins 'and arteries h our protection, It should contain
healthy red and white blood corpuscles capable of warding off these disease
Hi germs. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a blood medicine and alterative
Rj- viade entirely without alcohol, a pure glyceric extract of hloodroot, golden seal,
HI Oreflon grape root, queen's root, mandrake and stone root, which has enjoyed a
HI? jCSk 00 rcnutatjon fr ovcr forty years. The refreshing in
H1J iFQjiSy flucnee of this extract is like Nature's influence the blood
Hl ' s bathed in the tonic which gives life to the blood the
Hl JyNs&.j vital fires of the body burn brighter and their increased
m'jl iJt activity consume the tissue rubbish which has accumulated
H $Lov if during tho winter. ,
Hfl Jaru 4 X " About forty year oro whilu in Newark. New Jersey. I had chilli
r f ' nd fever." writes Ma. Michael, Maguir of National Military Home.
H( 4. Jt It Kaas. I tcenttn Kflntaj City and in the aprin;r of 1877 Uie chills and
H!t nrfrrfn fiver returned. Doctors and everything I tried foiled tt do me good.
Hif tfBBl Mtet- "'na,,y 1 8avr Dr- Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery advert! ted. I took
1 "fflffT ft TlfF one lsort'e f 't nrd tnc chills vanished. In about a year afterward
Hr MKVP5ftv7 elt tc comins; back to I sot another bottle and have never had
Ji SnfJmKK 3ny ej'mpw f fever or ague elnco. That is all of twenty yearo ago.
Htv WEMlxfw' or 1 c""18 axmt twelve years before 1 started to take 'Goktes
Hfi? izZZZy ' Medical Discovery.' "
H?!i U. Uactnju; Eso. Or. Pierce's Pleaseat Pellets are for 7rer a.
I Oldest, Largest, Most Reliable Credit Hoose Outfitters for Men, Women arad Children!
Exclusive and Elegant A uf limit
Apparel lor Women and Mtsses73
Easy Credit Terms at Lowest Prices!
. This finest, best appointed and popular priced Suit and Cloak Department in Salt Lake invites you to view the handsom
1 I display of Women's Fall Apparel.
I sxg? 1 Every garment in exquisite taste, practical and charming in style; ,r7,v aip
1 1 i PlCCS V6ry merate come ere or yur needs? j
jflS Most Beautiful Selections 1
iufjKroll Three great reasons why no woman can afford to look elsewhere j Wf Ij
WffWl I or ner new Apparel. Every new model that prevails this j iS, S
! season as weH as every new color and shade, is shown here. fR S M
WMmtii i Don't fail to visit our Great Millinery De- i IHtfS J
fpP partment on the third floor. Whether you JljSfP. "3
WmM I want to buy or not i l
ML TAKE A RIDE UP ON THE I
j . ELEVATOR AND SEE Sill i
IAN INTERESTING EXHIBIT F TRIMMED HILLIPIEY 1
Every day we present an entirely new assortment of trimmed millinery in most charming good taste and style. Large!
assortment of untrimmed shapes and every new feature in trimmings always shown. You can select your shape and!
have it trimmed to your order by our talented milliners while you wait. 1
CASH OR CREDIT-The Safest Place to Trade-CASH OR CHEP!t
WKATI!i:n FORECAST FOR SALT l.AKi:
CITV AND TUB STATE OF UTAH RAr.V OR
SNOW AND COLDER SATURDAY: SUNDAY
Compnr.'itlvo wcntlicr ila(a .it Salt Lake Cltr,
Octobor 1. J012:
Hlglicsl temperature loilny was C,S. ilcrcct;
highest In tills nionlli since 1871 was SS tlogrcex:
lowest last nlshl wus 50 degroes; lowest ihh
month nlncc 1ST I was "2 deprecs; mean temper
nturo tor today was 5S decrees: normal w.ib fi7
degrecu; ncuimiulntvd execus aliieo the first of tho
month Is 13 decrees; nccuinuliitcd deficiency nlncc
Jununry 1 Ik 268 degrees.
Relative humidity at 6 a. rn. todny was 53 per
eoul; iclntlvc liunilillly nt C p. in. today was
S7 per tent.
Total precipitation for tho twenty-four hours
oiidlnc At 6 p. in. was .11 of mi Inch: total for
this month to dato li 1.21 I nclics : accumulated ex
cess for this month to dale la .11 of nn loch:
total precipitation Klnco January 1 to dato Is 1.21
Inches; accumulated cxcci -.ilncn January 1 Is
1 SO Inchei.
Sun rises fi:23 a. m. ; nun sets 6:01 p. it.. .
October 5, 1312.
. " 2.
Stations. ct v "jj
3 : r M
SALT LA KB' '.'.2 I 30 I .21
Boise K ( I .01
Uhnycnne M 72 12 .oo
Ultltaso 72 75 51 I .CO
Dnnver . - 71 S2 IS I .00
Dca JtolucB II I
IJoiIrc Cliy 71 fT ' 50 .00
Puiuitt fit; 7k r.o oo
Diirann 6i to .10
(irand Junction HI KO nl .02
Havre ,. 0 15 .13
Helena , ,. 10 to I 33 .M
Huron 7" S6 I l .00
luclffonvlllr i. 70 71 70 1 W
ICaiiaas City 7i 2 I Sfi .00
I -hi tier i 70 j T2 .0
Los Anscles t SO SS .10
Moucnn :.j I h6 I 41 .22
Mo-Mlicid 70 I SO I 10 .00
Nfw Orlr.1113 7? I SI j 70 .00
New YorK 70 j 75 j 53 .00
North Platte ?o SS ,52 .00
OKlahoma fz I I HZ .00
Phoenix us 7; j .02
Poralflln . ,. .It j S j H( .7S
Tortland. Or S5 I M g .00
U-ipid :ity 70 I ?t I 16 .00
rtonliurc 52 5S j ( .05
au Dlc!;o .' $0 K2 I 60 .n
! I'""! 71 ?0 I 5S .10
,; 'it '.. 70. 75 I II I .00
San I'r.inclaco r,l ;s I 5; I o'l
fruwlo ,-. .-.; 11 j .0;
Sheridan . tr, 60 I 3 I 09
Spokane so I 52 j 3; 01
ToiioimIi , j I 50 I.. ..
W.nhluclon 5 I $2 I 51 I .01
WlllMon ;i j CO I 42 I .00
Wlnnpinurctt 35 I 10 1 to I .50
Board Authorizes Wolls.
The stato land bo;ird yesterday au
thorized two experimental artesian
wells. One will be npnr Morten:!, iron
rounty, and (he other near Monticcllo,
San Juan eount3'. Both are to bo six
inches in diameter. Tho object is to de
termine whether there is water for
culinary purposes in the dry farm areas
of tho two counties.
Governor William Spry .yesterday is
sued a proclamation appointing eighty
(Iplcfjiitcs from the stato to tho soventh
International Dry-L'inninr congress in
Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, October 21
to 24. The delegates follow:
Dr. John A. Widtsoo, Logan; "Dr. I
S. Harris, Logan; .John Qtiaylc, Logan;
Ueorge L. Farrell, Smit h field ; .T. V.
Coombs, Yielding; A. M. Israelson, ITy
ru 111 ; Dr. il. C. Jlolbrook, Lehi; L 11.
Grace, Ncphi; C. G, Hyde, II 3'dc Park,
Utah; John 12. Griffin, Newton; William
M celts, Thurber; M. M. Stookcy, Clover;
ftdward JT. South wiclt, Lehi; Dr. E. 0.
Baldwin, Salt Lake. Joseph E. Caino,
Salt. Lake Citv; C- W. Richards, Field
ing; .John W. Thornloy, Kaysville:
George Atlams, !Monticello; Thomas B.
Page, River I on: Chris Panborg, May
field; James Meldrum, Provo; John
KuufTmnn, Tooele.; Stephen Boswoll,
Ncphi: David A. Smith. Salt Lake City;
Lehi W, Jones. Cedar; W, H. Tjcigh, Ce
dar; L. T. Anderson, Manti; Otto Whit
beck,'Manti; G. S. Bastian, Sigurd; C.
N. Strevcll, Salt Lake; D. S. Spencer,
Salt; Lake; Douglas White, Salt Lake;
P. M. Uandall, Salt Lake: Will G. Far
rell, Salt Lake: II. A. Lafount, Salt
Lake; Frank B. Stephens, Salt Lake;
J. 12. Eulrich, Salt Lake; K. B. Me
Michael, Salt liake: Peter A. Droubay,
Salt Lake: D. If. Naldor, Salt Lake;
Professor L. A. Morrill, Salt Lake; Dr.
Robert Stewart, Logan; John Q. Adams,
Logau; P. S. Barson, Olarkstou; Stephen
L. Chipmau. American Fork; "William
Parkinson, Ilvrum; J. W. Paxman, Nc
phi; W. A. Garrett, Jr., Ncphi; Peter
Peterson, Pctersboro; Lewis S, Cardon,
Logan; William IT. .Toonc, Sr., Croydeu;
C. C. Crapo, Sandy; Sylvester Pierce,
Guunison; Thomas J. Steed, Clearfield;
N. T. Porter, Salt Lake: J. W. Hend
ricks, Richmond; D. B. Perkins, Monti
ccllo; William Bailey, Ncphi; B. D. Sor
euson, Manti; Israel Bennion, Vernon;
J. II. Gardner, Lehi; Orson Cazior, Ne
phi; Andrew Jtlycr, Lcwiston; W. S,
Hansen, Fielding: Uriah T. Jones, Ce
dar; George Acltin, Milford; J. 12. Tay
lor, Lovan; C. A. Chrisleus'eu, Gunnison;
J. Will Knight, Provo; D. N. Burley,
Salt Lake; J. H. Manderfiold, Salt
Lake; W. R. Tvndalc, Salt Lake; J. II.
Baker, Salt Lake; A. W. Gates, Salt
Lake: Claude Richards. Salt Lake; J. E.
Willcy, Suit Lake; C- B. Stephens, Salt
Lake; James A. Melville. Salt Lake; Dr.
J. C. Hanchctt. Salt Lake; D. C. Per
kins, Rait, Lake.
"I Can't Sleep
Don't say this again, but send at once
to "Cuticura," Dept. 15E, Boston, for
liberal sample of Cuticura Soap and
Ointment, sufficient to convince you
that there is no treatment like it for ec
zemas, rashes, itchings and irritations
of young and old. Sold everywhere.
United States Marine Band
. The Band With a History
Tabernacle, October 10, 1912
Special 4 o' Clock Matinee
50 SOLOISTS 300 CHORUS
SEXTETTE FROM LUOIA, BAND AND ORGAN ACCOMPANIMENT.
Tho event of a lifotimc. First trip Woat since 1837.
Sale of Seats Consolidated Music Co., Willis-Homo Drug Co.
Salt Lake Theatre cTc?SeCTri
MATINEE TODAY 2:15. TONIGHT
Direct from three months In Chicago.
In Paul Armstrong's New Play,
"A Romance of the Underworld"
With Catherine Calvert and Com
pany of 50. Trices: Eve., 25c to $1.50.
Mallnec, 25c to ?1.00.
3 Nights wtfi- Mon., Oct 7.
350th to 354th Times of
HACK ET T
in the powerful play,
"The Grain of Dust"
Louis Evan Shlpman's dramatiza
tion of David Graham Phillips's cele
brated novel of the sanio name.
Prices, 25c to ?2.00. Mat., 25c to SI. 00.
Scots now on sale.
1 ALL THIS WEEK, I
B Wlllard Marjorle ff
E MACK-RAM BEAU M
jjj And players In Ji
I The Mam g
From Home B
Mats. Thura. and Sat. fij
Popular prices ffl
Next week, "The Strength
B of the Weak." J
ALL THIS WEEK,
MRS. AKNIE ADAMS I
"The Butter's Secret "
By James Lattlmoro Himrod. j
Prices- 25p. 3ric and 50c. g
-Matlncc3 Wed. and Sat. 1
Pnono vvusatcii jo3
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. ':
ALL THIS VEEK. $
W. C Fields The Silent Humorli
Mrs. Gene Hughes and Company.'
Charley Case. A
Harrison Armstrong's PlaycrsR
Orpheum Daylight Motion Pictures
Concert Orchestra. r9:
Prices Matinee Dally, 15c, 25c, 50
Night, 25c, 50c. 75c.
BIGGEST AND BEST SHOW IN TOV
Greater Advanced Vaudevllla h
A rolltcklnir mujleil tiblotd"
A HOUSE BOAT PARTY
TODAY Ton peoplo. , .
,.,n "The Leap Year Glrli
$:fi Hazel Josselyn a Utah glr
h and Checkers Von Ham
n-ic ton; Jack Allman; Lovy
and Edwards; Joe CooF
Pathc's Weekly. ft
Regular 30c I Matinee Dally 1 (
Empress 20o 500 X VfC
Prices 10c I Parnmt Scnta -
! Best dally feature program 5c
"THE GERANIUM" ,1a
Tells a dollchtful though 'OiicWgl
story ronccniinp a little hild udm
"BEDELIA AND HER NEIGHBORM
Is an energetically prcBented JaT'
with fun and excitement .enough im
,lU' "BAD PETE'S GRATITUDE" fl
Is a weateru subject powerfully porj
"NURSIE AND THE KNIGHT"jW
A new kind of kid picture, sure ;t
please children both young and qh
Hard Coal m
I ALWAYS GOOD COAW
B Wc Retail All Kinds of CJoajl