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DESERET EVENING NEWS THURSDAY JANUARY 20 1910
RAilROAD GlAN
0 GATHERING HERE
Prominent Officials of Western
Pacific and Denver Rio
Grande Are in Town
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PASSeNGER TRAFFIC JUNE 1
f
When Ken Rood to San FrnncJsco Is
Completely BnJlnSel Fast Train
Schedule wm be the Order
Through passenger traffic on the
Western Pacific will not be Installed I
probably bEtore June 1 saM T M
Schumaoher vice president In charge of
traffic ot the Western Pacific railroad
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T T
I T N SCHTTNACHER
Vice President of the Western Pacific Now In SnIt Lnke
this morning Wo do not propos tCJ
commence tho operation or through
trains untIl the road Is ready for them
As yet there are many stretches ot the
roadbed whloh have not been properly
ballasted and conditions are not favor
nbo for through eengortrafflc But
when the road Is In shape our trains
I will be put on a fast schedule and
there will be nothing to prevent malt
Ing good limo A3 soon as the weather
permIts tho work or bttllavting will bo
pushed to completion fur we IUd as
anxious to inaugurate through service
as anybody
Mr Schumwhct arrived in Salt Lake
thIs morning over tho Western Pacific
He was accompanied by G F Hen
formerly general agent ot the EI Paso
Southwestern at San Francisco but
now general agent of the Western Po
chic at Los Angeles Vice President C
H 8ch1acks and Vice President C lf
Levy ot the Voatern Pacific are en
route to this city over the Southern
PacIfic and F A ndlelgh assistuit
general passenger and ticket agent und
Fred WIld Jr general freight agent
ot tho Denver Rio Grande are com
Ing In from Denver
We are here just for a big family
meeting said rlr Schumacher Ve
shall hold a contcrenco this afternoon
attar the arrival ot 111 Schlacks and
tho other officials when Various mat
ters connected with the road will iJ6
discussed
When asked M to the matter of ap
volntments on the Western Pacific rlr
Sohumaclter said Outside ot the
naming ot 1V J Shotwoll as my as
sistant there have boon no Important
appointments made and there will be
none for It least 30 days
Mr Schumacher expects to leave for
the east at the clooo ot the contclmcc
I ot the otrlcnls In this city while the
Denver Rio Grando ricers will re
main to be In attendance at the meet
Ing at stockholders or the Utah sub
sidiary lines to be held tomorrow
when the smaller lines will be merged
Into the parent company
SPLICE AND RAID
Joel L PrIest industrial agent ot
the Oregon Short Line Is In Salt Lake
from Boise on a brief business visit
Three engines and crews or the Sail
Lake Route arc now In 1SeTlce on the
Union Pacific between Ogden and
Evanston and two more are making
the run between Salt Lake and Pocatello
I tello on the Oregon Short Line
H A Wille for the last two years
J 8tonogrnpner and office man In the ot
flee ot the Wabash under J L Yundt
commercial agent has been promoted
I to be trlvellng freight agent for the
road ettoctlve March 16 Mr Mlle
1 18 a Salt Lake man and has made a
good record In his railroad career
Large Shipment or ll1mbsH H
Lawson has just made a shipment or
1 16 carloads or lamb to the eastern
INCREASES WEIGHT QUICKLY
1 Simple Way fortlho Thin and Pale to
Be Plump and Bose
Sam Dec cnn hardly bo termed a
medicine It 18 In reality a flesh form
Jag food Taken before or after
meals It mingles with the food you
cat enables It to assimilate and read
ily digest so U9 to maku dell blood
and pleasing plumpness
After Samose has been used a week
1 or ten das a noticeable gala In weight
115 seen The sallow complexion wlll
1 become rosy the sunken checks y1Il
have a ruddy glow the eyes will bo
i bright the breath sweet arid the step
elastic
With the return or good health fol
lowing the use or Somose emaciation
Is overcome and the thin and scrawny I
are once mere plump and rosy i
Z C M I DrlJ Dept11 customers I
have told them ot the remarkable re
sults followIng the use or Samose the
great flesh formIng rood and they arc
110 thoroughly convinced ot Its relia
bility that they are selling It under
their personal guarantee to rotund the
4 money 1C It does not do all that IB
claimed for It Sent postpaid on ro
clol of price 600
s
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market The
and lambs were fine and tilt
were brought by llr
the vicinity Lawson from
or
Nephl and Iphlalm The
shipment
wo1mlldo
over the Oregon
Short
Line and Union Pacific Vcdnes
day
and Is one ot the
shipments largest sln3le
Utah or lambs over made from
1I iV Clarke
the Deliver Rio Grande general manager of
b accompanied
by lItric
Manager A S Hugh
Sup or
lotho Power
J F EnrIht
and
General SuPt J C Dailey made
a trip over tho IIno to Bingham Wed
ensduy They will be In SnIt Lake FrI
da
day to attend the
lag stockholders met
at which everal subsidiary lines
will be
Vice merged Into the parent concrn
H Presidents T Jl Schumacher C
Schlncks and C M Lon will ar
rive In the city In time for the meeting
Chnugcs In C X 11 SCrlcoIm
ortant
changes in the schedule at the
trains I
or the Chicago Qrthwcitern
Lake and Union Pacific In and out or Salt
are announced being effective 10
ginning 15 Tan 16 The Overland LImited
scheduled to arrive from Chicago at
6 p m daily l
leaving here for the east
at 1 II m daily The China and
Japan fast mall arrives In Salt Lake
at 820 a m from the east and the
eastbound train leaves Salt Lake at
710 each morning All trains arrive nt
and depart from the Oregon Short IJlne
staUon Other changes to the coast
and northwest via
Ogden are also an
nounced
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ENGINEERS MEET FRIDAY
Pumps mid PnmJllnJ Will be tho
Subject DIscussed by Experts
The regular monthly meeting or the
Utah Society or Engineers will be held
it 8 oclock Frltlay evening In room
702 Newhouse buildIng The subject
for discussion will bo Pumps and
Pumping Airlift pump w1ll be es
pecially considered The discussion will
be led by pror Beckstrnrul and A 0
Gate Several other engineers arc
expected to bo especially prepared to
participate In the discussion
The former secretary D McNicol
having resigned account ot mating
to Now York the executive commit
tee has announced that Henry C Hoyt
at the General Electric company has
been chosen as secretary to till the un
expired term
Simple Remed for LnGrlppc
LnGrlp coughs arc dangerous os
they frequently develop Into pneu
monia Foley s Honey and Tar not
only stops the cough but heals and
strongthens the lungs 50 that no se
rIous results need be feared The gen
uine Foles Honey and Tar contains
no harmful drugs and Is In a yellow
package SchrammJohnson Drug Co
J P MEAKIN FOR CHAPLAIN
Senator Heed Smoot and Congressman
Howell Present NaUloto President
Special to The News
Y hlngton D C Jan 20
Senator Reed Smoot and Representa
tive Joseph Howell yesterday called
at the White House and requested tho
President to appoint John P Iealcln
of Salt Lake a chaplain In the army
Mr Meakin this morning stated
that the appointment lr It comes
will not be unexpected as he has been
endorsed by prominent citizens of
Utah and letters from members ot the
judiciary ministers or varIous de
nominations prominent fraternity
wcrcrs and others have been sent to
Washington In hit behalf
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I AMUSEMENTS ii
Thcatct = The boards or the old
playhouse held a positive novelty lilst
night III the fits presentation In tills
city of n play in Yiddish by a Yiddish
company Tho Golden Wedding ren
dered by n group ot leU1lng players
from New York such a bill woulll
necessarily appeal to but few people
as the tongue seemed to be a mingling
of Hebrew Russian and German those
the German predominating but thoso
who did attend made up mostly of
representative Hebrews of the city ex
pe1lenccd nn evening of delight It did
nit require an acquaintance with tho
language of the play to tell the lIiooner >
that the actors we1 all undountedr
artists and their wonderful attention
to the smallest details their grouping
the grace at their gesture and the
correctness of their costumes all be
spoke training rand attainments of the
highest degree
The cast was ono ot even excellence
throughout In fact It Vo > announced
stairs but ehe lending peopl O
ot
as actuht thcf pthca
Mr Levenson Intu or Adlers theater
were
ter New LYork and Mias Rosa Karp
late prIma adonna and leading lad 61 ot
the Peoples Theater New York 8110
did Home rarely good sInging and there
wore several musical gums Interspersed
Between the actSM Ir Lev o0mnnt a11
rcatocd and made an nnnouncomnt of
had made
tine tour which the company
York to SI1J1 Prancllco of Its
from Now Francisco oand
successful greeting oVCfYvherc lnd
said It would 00 buck on the CQat
again next year strongOl than ever
TonIght tho company 111 00 soon In a
presentation of tho play Tho BUthar S
Love
Trclawncy or the clllOTho Uni
versity Dramatic club under the dine
Uon ot Mills Babcock Illnppcars to
morroW night In tho adrnlrable
comedY lrclawncy ot tho Wolla Nt
doubt hero will be a great turn out
from the University of Utah and tho
public In general ns the young play
ers havo many friends and the or
ganization has a high reputation for
Glover work
rorimcr Next 1PcekMr Wright
Iorln1lrs part In the rendition o6
The Shepherd King which runs ot
WRIGHT roRDrER
R11o Comes to the Theater Next Week
In The Shepherd ICinr
the theater all next week 11 that of
David the shepherd warrior who
afterwards becomes King or Israel
The advance ale of this engagement I
begins tomorrow morning
OrphCl1mTlemC audiences
are In attendance nightly at tho
Orpheum Tho entire bill Is good but
tho particular magnet IR Mr Thomp
son and his compllny In their gripping
llaylet entitled Pride or Regiment
Mr Thompson throughout docs worle
which stamps him ru an artist ot the
most legitimate methods and some or
hit quiet tender acting where ho
folds his Ion to his bosom first
covering up his own military
emblems as though he relinquished
that dream of his life In taking back
his son was reminiscent or one of tho
best or the old school actors the
lamented Stoddart The chance to zoo
Mr Thompsons acting Is alone worth
much more than the admission
e
ColonlnlThc ratlllng racing pilL
of Wildfire will run out the week
trod Is drawing well pleased audiences
ZOE BAItNEIT
Soubrette With ICing Dodo
Next weeks bill for which tremen
dous business Iii expected Is King
Dodo Miss Zoo Barnett will act the
principal soubrette role
CI e
Bun loThe Vlllard lInclt com
pany drew another big house last night
and The Morals or Marcus went with
greater smoothness than ever before
10nThCTo Is an entirely new
blll on at the Mission starling with
the matinee this afternoon The head
liner Is a lively little comedy Jessie
Jack and Jerry presented by Bradleo
Martin and his company Including Miss
Jessie Courtney Much Is claimed for
this little pllet which deals with n
complex love tangle In which father
and son are rivals for the hand ot a
pretty girl Tom Linton and his Zulu
girls will add much to the Interest ot
the new bill There will be two per
formances this evening at 730 and
915
e
In FalrylnndTho resentation of
ths cycle In Fairyland t the
First Presbyterian church Monday
evening next for the heneflt ot the or
gan tuna 18 attracting much atten
tion The committee In charge consists
or Mrs W C LJ1e Mr W H Alex
raider and ln H T Dlnlnny who re
port the sale or a great number or
tickets and from present Indications
the spacious auditorium ot the church
will be filled to Its capacity
DRESSMAKER IS EMPHATIC
rrrs s T BllmhallFolo takes em
phatic and dlstinct un1brago at the
statements made by Mrs George M
Coxo the wife or the president ot the
Plocho Commercial club In a suit 111cd
yesteroa for the recovery or 363 which
the alleges 1s the vulue of a ruIned
dress l1ts Brimhall states that the
dress In the I1mt place was not worth
the amount slated In fact rho could
buy the material anywhere In town
for HI cents a yard Furthermore silo
affirms Mrs Coxo never sent the 1110
tonal to bo made up and last but not
least the gown was an old ono and hat I
been reposing In her basement neglected
and forgotten In brier Mrs Foley thltl
morning made a trip up town to assert
that all the charges In the suit were a
pack or lime
TO GET
TS BENEfICIAL EffECTS
ALWAYS BUV THE GENUINE
SVRUP0TIOS
UXIROFSENNA
MANUFACTURED fN THE
LlfORNIA 6SVRUP Co
SOLD BY ALL LEADING
DRUGGfSTS
I O blE Z QNIYe s0A mLE
h 1 Ce
FINDINGS OF THE
BOARD OF INQUIRY
Le May Wreck Caused by Negli
gence of Extra Freight
Crew
LEFT SWITCH UNLOCKED
After Passhrg Through It IsIci Not
Close It fwd Thou CocrCtl
Hcadhts
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Special tu The Now8
Ogden Jan OThe hoard ot Inquiry
appointed to Investigate and fix
reoponlblllt for the collision on the
Southern Pacific railroad nt Le May
SO miles west ot Ogden on Jan 17 has
reported Its findings FollowIng the
announcement ot the findings ot the
board Conductor W D Tribe and
Brakeman YIIII1JTl Nnugh ton of the
n lght train were dismissed from the
service of the road
fho coronets jury Is making an In
vestigation independent of that made
by the board or inquiry
Funeral services over the body ot
Brakeman Kroll were held at Rlcheys
undertaking establishment Vedncs
day a large number ot trainmen at
tending The Rev J E Caner of the
Presbyterian church conducted the
services interment being Wade In the
city cemetery
Relatives of CIdo Bixler the travel
Ing fireman on the passenger engine
White Fawn Is Mill
I ed Exactly Right It
Makes Cook Chuckle
With Delight
SALT LAKE JORDAN MILL
t ELEVATOR CO
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have been located at iInrrlsburg Pa
and the body will be sipped there for
interment
THE FIl DINGS
Following 30170 the findings or the
board ot Inquiry
We the undersigned board of In
quiry convened at Ogden Utah nt
10 n m Tuesday Jan 18 to Investi
gate and place responslblllt for the
accident at the west switch north
siding Lemfay 331 n m Monday Jan
17 1910 between passenger train No6
eastbound Conductor W A Middleton
Brakeman N Cross Flagman H H
Hancock Engineer A S Hlnley FIre
man G BDrldenbecler and extra
west 29G Conductor 1V D Tribe
Brakeman R A Kroll and William
Norton Engineer James Reardon Fire
man John Hnrdwell
The entire committee having first
visited the scene ot the accident find
the accident which resulted In the
death oC Engineer A S Hlndlev and
James Reardon Brakeman Kro l and
Traveling FIreman C H RJxler and
Injury to Fireman Brldenbecker also of
nine mall clerks was caused by the
failure or the crew extn 2296 west oc
cupying north passing track to see
that west switch or north siding was
properly closed after they used same
and by reason of the fact that they
covered their headlight before knowing
their switch was closed and locked for
main line
The engine crew on engine 2421
train No G Is also responsible for tall
uro to notice red light on switch ns
samo was burning brightly nt time of
accident and the view was unob
atructed
Signed
c C MANSON
Supt or Southern Pacific
THOMAS FITZGERALD
AIlS Supt Southern Pacific
D J ALONE Asst Supt
D A CAMPBELL
Assistant Superintendent
W T TOY
ABlllItant Superintendent
E T SPENCER
Newspaper Man
VETERAN ODD FELLOWS MEET
Forty members ot the Odd Fellows
Veteran association or Utah met Wed
nesday nlllIt ut the Noxunt hotel
wnoro they punished a line bill of taro
In a way that snowed age had nuer
dlmmoo the edge of appetite anti pow
ers or digestion In fact they were able
to CXCJaun wIth Francis Habetah ere
they had more than begun Appetite
comes with eating When the lunlt of
gastronomic capacity had been reached
the heroes of many a lodge etectlun
battle chase these officers Chief vat
ctan B D BlacknmrI vice chief vot
ann Con Hunt Park City secretary
and treasurer W J Moore exXuthu
committee C E Street B Derlmall
L E Hubbard Albert Flshet and J
M Melton
Membership In the veteran associa
tion requires 25 years or Odd Fellow
ship Past Chic Veteran T C Val
tensplels annual report showed thc
tusocllltlon to be In good condition both
ns regards finances and members with
a pathetic reference to Louis Strasberg
one ot Johnons veterans who died the
past year
H F Evans and Mr Waltenspiel
were named as a committee lO draft
resolutions on the death or Louis
Strasborg and to forward a copy to
the widow A silent toast was then
drunk to the memory of the departed
brother
W J Moore the secretary In his
annual report stated the membership
now numbered 49 that eight members
had been added during the year with
ono application on hand
J J Thomas responded to the toast I
Veterans and Why They Are L E
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A Skin ofBeauty Is a Joy Forever
DR T Follx Gourauds OrIental
Cream or Magloal Beautifier
93b Aemorre sea
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yl aati RUII ADd Gila Dances
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Syr silo 10
147 of the hetS
teD o petentl
ruro A you ehthf
I rocommeori
burned Orllllm u he lout harmful of all the
vita prepantloat Far ale ebdntslete end FeutT
f hoFu
000deDrelerelntheUnltodState CeaedewdZurcr t
fRD T HOPKINS Pr C p 37 areal Jones Strut KtwT Z
Hubbvd responded to the toast Our
hopes and vhnt Wo Will Do saying
that the veteran association was the
best organization In Odd Fellowship I
The toast Old Timoo and Why I Am
Here was responded to by Past Grand
Master Henry Cohn Response was
made to the toast Young Veterans
and Why I Am Ono by Con Hunt of
Park City
l1t Waltcnspl61 followed with a brier
address on what ll known as the GO
year law which Is to make prolslon
for the payment or the dues or mem
bers 60 years or age who may be unable
to meet their obligations
fhe association decided to ask the
Grand lodge to Instruct Its represents
tlves to take action on the 60 year law 1
Meatrs Dlaekmarr and Moore were AP
pointed a commlttco to solicit Hew
members as there are 92 Odd Follows
In this jurisdiction eligible to member
ship and but 49 111 tho association
There teas a musical program which
nddc to the enjoyment ot the eve
ning
1ho Honcst PrOltrcltnr Medicine
has saved thousand of dollars to
famllles who could III afford the ex u
pense necessary to maintaIn the services
ices of a physician and have an
swered the purpose equally as Well
and often succeeded after our beRt
physicians hayo failed Lydia E
Plnlthamu Vegetable Compound Is
one or this kind
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e Two Big Features This WeekTwo of the Greatest Sales This Store F
Ever Hd t
Annual LInen Sale I I
+ Annual Muslin Underwear Sale t I
r It is the one week in the whole year when linens are being sold cheaplinens of superb quality ft u
I the kind that is worth buying the kind that will be giving service long after the price has been
S forgotten KeithOBr ien Linens are respected tor their worthreliable in the fullest sense I I
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IN COMPLETE NEW ASSORTMENTS IN LINENS OF EVERY KIND
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ODD TABLE CLOTHS
At less than hail IlrJco for Jnlluury White Sale
8xl0 Pattern Cloth GOO value 390
812 Pattern ClothSS25 value 170
Sx12 Pattern Cloth 900 value 550
8x12 Pattern Cloth 925 value 540
10xl0 Pattern Cloth 13GO value 720
wuin 10xI Pattern Cloth 1660 valuo 690
rtl 10xlol Pattern Cloth 1900 value 810
10x16 Pattern Cloth 2175 value 3930
INDIA LINOSS
I2 If C grade special 100
1lic grade special 12 c
vtlln 2Oc grade special lIe
26c grade special 20c
30c grl1do special 26c
PERSIAN LAWNS
4G Inches wide 3lic grade special 29c
45 Inches wide 60c grade special 30c
45 inches wide tiSc grade special 50c
XAIIINS FOR JANUARY WHITE SALE
2lnch all Linen Napkins 276 grade for 22G
21lnch all Linen Napkins 375 grade for 296
2lnch German Hand Loom Napkins special n75
24lnch German Hand Loom Napkins special U60
21lnch fine Irish Linen Napkins special 195
24lnch Irish Linen Napkins special S55
1 P14 HUCK TOWErs FOR JANUARY WHITE SU
16x32lnch Huck Towels special each 7c
18x36lnch Huck Towels special each 8 13e
20x36Inch Huck Towels special each 2Gc
BATH MATS
24x42inch 75c grade special 50c
Gx40lnch 126 grade special 85c
26X46Inch 1GO grad special 119
ta ti TURKISH TOWELS
A thousand dozen at 20 per cent less titan regular values
16x32lnch regular 15c value special lOc
19X40In regular 20c value special 16 23c
20xf2lnch regular 25c value special 20c
< ID Turkish Wash Cloths special for 10
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TABLE LINEN FOR JANUARY WHITE SALE
72lnch DIce Linen dIe grade for 500
66lnch Full Blench 76c grade for 59c
72lnch Full Bleach 76c grade for 690 I
72Inch Blench and Cream 125 grade for 98c
nIneh German Cream Damask 150 grade for 119 I
7Z1nch Irish Linen U76 mad 200 grades for 160 I
WHITE GOODS SPECIALS
DImity Madras Cloths Flacon Persian Lawn Lingerie
Poplins Long Cloth Nainsook Pique India Llnon otc
27lnch Dimity Check 20c grade 16 23c
27lnch IrIsh Dimity Checks special Ole
27lnch Madras aIstlng special 19c
27lnch Madras altlng values up to 50c 35c
12or1 pieces Long Cloth extra value piece Sl19
12yard pieces Lone Cloth 200 grade picco 149 pfjys
12ard pieces Long Cloth 225 grade piece n59 I
12nrd pieces Nainsook 200 grade piece S 149 J
12yard pieces Nalnsoolc 210 grad piece x169
123rd pieces Nainsook 226 grade piece r 169
BED SPREADS
Specially priced for this sale
125 grade 72x82 special x98c
SI39 grade 72x82 special S119
S150 grade 74xS8 special S125
S225 grade 76x88 special 196
S275 grade 78x88 special S225
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Beautiful White Satin Bcd Spreads Hemmed Scalloped and
Fringed all sizes specially priced
BIIEETS AND PILLOW CASES
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46x36lnch Cases sale price each Sc
46136lnch Cases sale price each lie
46x36lnch Cases sale price 120
46x36lnch Homslllched Linen Finish each 220
72x90lnch Welded Sheet each 39c
81x90lnch Welded Sheet each 59c
81xlOinch Seamless Sheet each 690
Our better grades Hemmed and Hemstitched Sheets anti Cases
In all sizes from 63x90 to 90xl08 inches long nil special for 1Ain
January White Sale
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