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SBnii 103 SAXT T;ATri7, TBIBOTTE: THXTBSDAY MO!tNXN"G. jNIAKCH 24, 1904. 9 ' j Ifl
Iff SNOW AVALANCHES
III 8L0GK RAILROADS
If I Central Pacific Line in the Sierras
9 if Tied Up and Train Schedule
KH SAN FRANCISCO. March 23.
HlU Wrecks, landslides and sncmslldcs In
Hln V tlc snow sno( region of the Sierra Ne
mM, I vada mountains have Impeded progress
IpK'. on the. Central Pacific, carried away
M telegraph -wires and cut off telegraphic
KjlJ communication from the East
wf ' Trains Nos. 1, S and 5 are stalled at
H f Hcno. and will be from fifteen to twen
jft' ty hours late in reaching San Francis
lb ' i co. The trains that loft here for the
fyjj East this morning wlir also be tied up
E.H i '' between Sacramento and Truckcce un
K J1' til the wreckage can be cleared away
I -, Wrecking trains have been sent to
T(( the scene of the trouble from Saera
Ifc. mento and Truckee, and It Is hoped to
KjJ get the road sufllclently repaired by
If this evening to have trains moving,
f'j The first slide reported occurred at
vAi I 2:15 tllls niorn,ng near Butte canyon,
fj f as tne second section of the freight
l train was passing through a snow shed.
Hi i; Two engines were derailed and five cars
hi burled In the abalonche of snow, land
Si ( J Another slide 150 feet long and 30
i -,j feet deep occurred about the same hour,
i f fM but it will not take long to clear.
V ''1 Another snowsllde occurred early
lA this morning near Smart. A work en
h r 1 glne was caught In this and completely
U The engineer and fireman were car
R rled down with their engine and bur
I ) 1 rled deep under the 6now. Both were
fjj . J dug out and word has reached here
a k Hhat neither was Injured.
; M n News comes from Delta of one of the
' 1 heaviest storms in years. During the
: I twenty-four hours preceding this morn-
1 I ing two inches of rain fell at Delta and
1 n there was from ten inches to two feet
v I of snow in the mountains.
4t I The trains which are held up at Reno
Lm I bound for San Francisco aro all over
Mi j land trains from the East.
!L0E FOR DICKER'S
WORKS BROKE lM
Emil Scherr of New York Contracted
to Pay SI 30,000, and Is Porced
"T, Into Bankruptcy,
i NEW YORK, March 23. The fact
that he contracted to pay 5130,000 for a
eet of Charles Dickens' works was the
chief cause of bankruptcy proceedings
being Instituted against Emll Scherr, a
I manufacturer of silk ribbons in Phlla-
The price of the books was $1000 a. vol
ume the price of a moderate library of
ordinary books and the set consisted of
130af these $1000 volumes.
- .ijClr. Scherr has accaunLs In this city
against which an attachment was re
' cered by the Sheriff to the amount of
The attachment Is in favor of George
D. Sproul and Is for the balance of a
j claim on a contract made between them
on July 1, 1902, for Mr. Scherr to pur
chase set No. S of books of the St. Duns- :
tan Illuminated edition of the complete
works of Charles Dickens, and also to
I purchase a set of St. Dunstan illuml-
, nated volumes at $12,000.
Mr. Scherr was to make payments
monthly of $1000 each on the first set of
books, and of $250 on the second. He
paid $17,000 on the monthly Installments,
but It Is alleged did not pay the In
Btallment due in February last, and Mr.
' f, Sproul brought suit for the amount he
'.claims Is now due.
!j REDMEN LECTURED
J BY THE PRESIDENT
j Sioux Chiefs Call at White House
and Are Given Some Good
I WASHINGTON. March 23. Presi
dent Roosevelt soundly lectured a party
of his callers today. They were Ogalla
la Sioux Indians, who, It is said,
- are more addicted to horse racing
and gambling than they are to the pur
suits of agriculture.
The President endeavored to Impress
upon his visitors Ideas of industry and
thrift. While the lecture was being ln
terpretated the Indians listened In
solemn silence. As they emerged from
the executive offices their faces beamed
The callers, who were presented to
the Prpsldent by Representative Burke
of South Dakota, Included several
chiefs, among them American Horse,
Toung Man Afraid and Red Hawk.
They informed the President that
they owned 40,000 ponies and the same
number of cattle. The President told
them they ought to dispose o at least
half of their ponies and Increase their
holdings of cattle to 100,000.
He told them that if they would stop
horse-racing and gambling and devote
their energies to cattle raising and
? ojl; agriculture they soon might become
i JM valuable citizens. The policy of the
f Government, he said, was to take care
, : :"T of the older Indians, but the younger
-? fl members of the tribes would soon have
M to look out for Hhemselves. Idleness
(I and laziness would not be tolerated.
mMi , WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT EX-
L, To ZaysviJlo.
Ja March 25th, via Oregon Short Line.
vt Round trip 60 cents. Special train 7 p.
m., returning leave Kaysvllle 11:30 p. m.
lhJ'j KEEPING LORD CURZON'S
iH POSITION OPEN FOR HIM
HJ! ' LONDON, March 23. With reference
iWS t0 tM0 approaching holiday of Lord
tW Curzon of Kcddles-lon, the Viceroy of
8wiV-'i indla. the Secretary of State of India,
ftfffijjv Mr. Erodorlck, announced In the House
MjSrM of Commons today hat Lord Curzon
wTtSli Intended returning to India In Septcm
bcn y leaving his post he vacated
lL &W! tl10 Vlceroyshlp. but no successor would
K rB 06 appointed at present, so the position
Km vjould be open for the reappointment
Brt'AjM of Lord Curzon on the expiration of his
MnMy J vacation uhould King Edward so, deskc,
WITH RIALTO CO.
Senator Was "General Counsel" and
Was Not to Appear for Company
Before Postofflca Department,
ST. LOUIS. March 23. Tho identifi
cation of letters of complaint against
the Rlalto Grain and Securities com
pany received by the Poslofflce depart
ment by witnesses employed In the de
partment, opened today's proceedings In
tho trial of United States Senator J. R.
Burton of KanHas, In tho Dlstrlot court.
Senator Burton Is charged with ille
gally having accepted fees from the
Rlalto Grain and Securities company
of St. Louis.
Chief Postofflce Inspector W. 33.
Cochran, of Washington, on the stand,
explained the procedure of handling
complaints made to the department and
the issuance of fraud orders.
The most important witness of the
forenoon session was Ernest Wk Kas
tor, a. member of a St. Louis adver
He testified that he had Introduced
Senator Burton to President H. C.
Dennis of the Rlalto company and to
Judge Thomas B. Harlan, attorney for
the company, one day in Novomber,
Witness said that, following tho In
troduction, Judge Harlnn, Senator
Burton and himself took the train for
Chicago. On the trip Judge Harlan
asked Senator Burton to becomo gen
eral counsel for the Rlalto company.
Witness said that It was specified that
Burton should receive $2500 for his ser
vices. Burton said his name, should appear
on the company's literature only aa
"general counsel," and that he could
not act In any capacity before tho
Postofflce department for the com
pany. Burton suggested that the $2500
be paid to him in monthly installments
Burton agreed, In case he accepted
the offer as general counsel, to under
take the defense of President Dennis,
of the Rlalto company, which had ab
sorbed the Brooks Brokerago company.
In case Dennis should be Indicted for
the transactions of the latter company.
CASTTTER OF CXOSED BANK
PLACED BEHIND THE BARS
LOS ANGELES. Cul., March 23. H. T.
Hayes, former cashier of the Orango
Growers" bank of Riverside, and for whom
search has been made on a warrant charg.
lng felony embezzlement, was arrested
this evening at the Country club in River-
We are prepared to Invest your funds
so that they will bring you the largest
returns compatible with safety. You
hold the security. We do the work. Mc
Gunin &. Co , 134 Main st
To look us up In the new Independent
VAN DYKE DRUG CO.
TO WAR ON DIVORCE
Agitation of Question Begins in
Earnest, and Will Be Con
tinued, NEW TORK, Maroh 23, Agitation
against divorce and the marriage of di
vorced persons has resulted 1n a meet
ing here of eminent Protestant minis
ters and laymen who will attempt to
solve the problem of uniform legislation
on the subject by the States of tho
A meeting of the executive committee
of the conference, presided over by
Bishop Doana of Albany, drafted a
rough outline of the proposed law which
lator will be presented to the full meet
ing for discussion. The conference is a
direct result of action taken by the
Protestant Episcopal church in Us last
general conference at San Francisco.
"Every effort will be ipade to forever
solve the divorce evil so far as the
Protestant churches are concerned," de
clared Right Rev. David EL Greer, bish
op coadjutor of the Episcopal archdlo
ccso of New York.
"Ideal legislation in euch a matter
can be done only after many rebuffs,
discouragements atd long deliberation
as to the wisest course: but such legis
lation will bo enacted and the divorce
scourge checked In so far as It is in tho
power of the churches to accomplish.
"The Roman Catholic church was In
vited to participate In the deliberations
of the conference, but declined. The op
position of that church regarding di
vorces la well known, however.
"Personally, I don't believe In divorce
or remarriage, but In separation only.
Other gentlemen at the conference may
have other views; but It Is tho purpose
of the representatives of tho Episcopal,
Methodist, Presbyterian, Reformed,
Evangelical. Lutheran, Baptist, Congre
gational, Unlvcrsallst, Unitarian and
Reformed ProBbyterlan churches to de-.
clde upon pome final method Involving
a comity of relation and uniform prac
tice to treat the great evil of divorce in
this country, so that persons who were
married under the rites of one church
cannot, after securing divorces, re
marry under the rites of some other
Naval Hon Entertained.
LIMA, Peru. March 23. United States
Minister Irving B. Dudley's garden party
Just given In honor of the visiting Ameri
can warehlps, was a great success. The
beautiful grounds surrounding tho lega
tion wcro brilliantly illuminated and tho
leaders of Lima's society, together with
many distinguished foreigners wero pres
ent. Tho cruiser Nov.' York's band at
tracted its sharo of attention and tho pa
triotic airs which it rondcrcd evoked much
odern science has produced an absolute H
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other, but Mnrt tump for Jr-.''t
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full particulars and dlrcetlonx In- fvy, J
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1 lnrk now, Sow Yorlt. tiZiiijI-
For sale by F. C. Schramm, F. J.
Hill Drug Co. and Chas. yan Dyke.
'TIs the "Comfort Line "
ON THE POPULAR
THE EHST AND
AS WE ARE TIIE ORIGINATORS -OF
FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE.
DON'T YOU THINK IT WOULD
PAY YOU. IN TRAVELING TO
"GET THE HENDERSON ROUTE
HABIT?" IT WILL US.
HSK US HBUT IT
W. C. DINDSAY, Goneral Agent.
f. o. ctjnningham:, j
Tmv. Pass. Agent- (
ST. LOUIS, MO. ;
I EVERY :
:: COMMERCIAL :
I CENTER :
': Ot the I
Great Southeast. -
is best reached
-- b' the -
:: EEsaafe ::
T PENETRATES ELEVEN
" - STAT&S. '. '.
- - -
Travelers from tho West may
use this line through SL Louis,
i- Memphis or Birmingham.
i- WM. FLANNELLT. T. P. A, "
Board of Trado Building,
4- Kansas City, Mo.
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M W M EM t -A-GED ATTD DLDHR
a W 33 E LY. It tou arc awmal
Hl II bt2 V t li" """Lk. no mattor
M y g gT t If from what cnuto; undo-aJyl-Q
velopod; huv strlcturo,
gwrm.wn.TC j varicocele, etc, My
PERFECT APPLIANCE will euro you.
No druRs or &lotr!clty: 75,000 oured and
leveloped 10 DAYS' TRIAL, Send for
rroe bookloL Sent sealed, Guaranteed.
$Yrlto today. R. C Emmet, 8 Tabor
Block. Denver. Colo.
'All trains are examined at every division station . pi
that is, at intervals of a hundred miles or so. j
When you hear the hammer ring or see the flare of
torches, you know what is taking place your train is p!
being "looked over." ' j
In this matter of examining equipment frequently &
and thoroughly tho Burlington is, perhaps, a little more
systematic than any other railroad. The reason is IT fc
To Oinnha and Chlcajjo, leave Denver D
Sn I T'ckot ffice' 79 W" Sec8ad South st" 1
j J Pi 8 1 j P. NESLEN, General Aent
TIIE TABiE I
ARRrrE. J II
(From Offden. Portland, ' : I I
Butto, San Francisco, Chi- II
cako, Ht. Louis, Omaha, .
and Denver . 8:30 mm, . ,
from Otrden and lntcrmedl- mm
ate polntfl.. q:iq pmj m
From Offdcn, Caohe Valloy, H
and lntcrm-edlaio points... . n:55 n--mf mm
From ,Ogdcm. Chicago, St. H
Louis, Kansas City, Orn.-t- 1 Mm
oDonver and San Fran- : H
Krom Ogdon, Cacho Valley.
St. Anthony. Portland and mm
3an Fra-nclsco 6:35 p.nv H
For Oprrtfln, Oraa.ha. Chicago. j
Denver, Kiuutoo City and I
St. Lou la 6:00 a.m. 8 MM
For Ogden, Portland, St. An- H MM
thony, 5nn Francisco and j RiH
InteFmcJlate points 10:20 vl.tcl, mmmM
For Ogdivn, Omnha, Cliicairo. DH
Denver, Kans&a City, BU I RH
Lirals and San Franolaco.. 1:10 p.m. f VmH
For Otrden, Cache Valloy, ' hBI
Donvor, Kan&aj City, Oma- I IrliH
ha., BL Louis and Chi en 30. 5:45 p.m. . I KuH
For Ogden, Cache Valley, 1 BilH
Butto, Helena, Portland, ! ' KlIH
Son FrancLsco and lntcrmc- I , klll
dlate pomta 11:45 p.m, ' f lH
T. 1. SCHUMACHER, Traffic Met. ! f mmm
IX E. BURLEY, G. P. & T. A. 1 Ef'.H
D. bT GPENOBR, A. G. P. t T. A. f
City Tlckot office, 201 Main otreot. li mmW
Teleyhonc 2uQ. I 'l
Saxt.Podro. LoaAn- V ( lll
rfele.- & Salt iSto XP-UIV - H
R, R, Co.
Froni'.OreEronrShort.iiiur deiJptSclt-Laktj iil
Cltr: ' -IH
For Proves TjooL FalrUdtl asQ il
Netn, ir&ntl end points on j
Banpot Volley Rr.. v. T:30a.iru t mmwM
For Oarflcld Betvoh. Tooele, ' lmWMm
Stockton. ItammOtn, Eurtka. ' fnmmm
and. Ellver City.. 8.00-oiru ' mM
For Provo, Amerioan Fork; , mmmW
Leal, Juab. Mllford, FtIaco, mWMW
Callontea and intormcdlMn Jl
polnt3- . . v,. S .-Q 5 "p . TH, ;IH
From. Provo American Fork, ' mWMW
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco, '1
Callmtca and lntonncdiato '1
points 9:35-anu IH
From Provo, 3bchL Falrtleld, 1
Marour ana Sanpeie Valley
Ry, points U ., 5:35p,m '1
From Silver City, Ms.mm5th, MMMMMWi
hiroko, Stookton. Tcoelc and 'tmmmmm
and Garfield. Beach. 5:35-p,mw 'aWmWt
DeJly Pullman Euffot-.Slecptnc: Car Ber- Mmmmmm
vice bet'n-een Zzlt Lake. Mliford. Modena maaaay
oivd OallAntea. mwmmM
X)Ifeci afeiire connootlona for jUI mining mmmmm
dlfltrlcttiiin EOUtivirn Utah and Nevada. I Jl
City Ticket Offlcc, 201 T-Iala -Street. jH
Telephone 250. H
B, w.. git jlbtt, j. l, moorb, Lmmmmm
Gon'l JPasa. Age Commercial J-gt,' , LLLLM
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE fHH
TO ST. LOUIS. IflH
Thronch cor. Salt Loko Cltr to St j LwkLLLW
Louis and ICnnsaa City. Only ona chnng-o j lwwwm
to New York, Buffalo and principal points j fH
BaoU-Iovt rate a for sammor troA'cl, j fl
Special attention to ladles and. ch(U 1 iH
Tourist; elcopcr through to Chicago, '1 tmWWmm
Pozrtou and other points -without -change. i lmmmmmmmm
Two train n daily. i I'H
Inquire at tick&t oClcs, 103 Dooly block. lH
gilt I.7i Cl. Ani' Inrormotion cheorJ JH
fully civen. H. C. TCWN3END, iH
,0. P. T. A.. Hisaouxt Pacific Ry St, , SH
In eCoct Norcmbcar Zi, 1903. B
LEAVE! SALT LAICE CITY. H
No. 10 For Bincrham, Hobcc.
Provo and 2taryavcia-,... S:CO a.nx. 1 H
No, ldi For Park City 3:15 a.m. H
No. C For Donvor and &ast,. S:0 am H
No. 5 For Offdca. and vrcst. 10:50 ajn,
No. 1 For Ocdon and "WesrL,.... 1:45 p.m. IH
No. 3 For DcnYfeT and Sast...... 3:15 p.m, IH
No. & For Ptoyo and Etn-akn., 5.-00 p.m. H
No. ft For Offdon and looal ptu Ct05 p.m. H
No. 4 For Denver and Eoot...., 8:C6 p.m, H
No S For Offden and Waat......l2;10 a-m. H
AIlRIVa AT SALT LAKE CITY. H
Ncx 6 From Osicn. and tho East &10 am,
No. ib Fnjnxpfrdea and local pts 9.os a.m. Jmmmmmmmmm
Ns 7 ytoru Eur3iiA and Provo, J.0K a.m. L IH
No. t From Denver and EaaU.. 10:40 a.m. ' VWWWM
No. 1 From Dvnvcx and East.-. 1:S p.m. mmmmmmmmmm.
No. S Froni Ofdeu and West.-.. 3:05 p.m, H
No, 101 From Park CHy. 6:15 p.m muaaaaaaum
No. 0 From Blnirhcm. Hobor, H
Provo and MaryBvale....v..... 6:00 p.m, B
No. i From Odon and tho West 7:56 pan, H
No. 8 From Denver and East...li:&9 p.m, IH
All train oxoopt Non. 1 to a stop at in ll
tormcdlate pointq. IH
Tioket office, xooiy Block. Vmmmmmmmmmt
.Phono 2& H
X A. BENTON, G. A. P.- D. jH
4 SIN OF TIE TIMES
From to ill
Kansas Oity and Chicago. !
Also diroot line to Galveston, EJ
Sobo, City of Hoxico and the mining IH
camps of irew Mexico and Arizona. H
Ask me about reduced rates -east. H
GonoralAgent, No, 411 Dooly-Bio cl LLLLLLW
. Sa;tIrfLte City H