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THE SALT LAKE HERAID f IALD TUESDAY JANUARY 16 1906 19O I I H
I TRAINS RUNNING RUNNINGI RUNNINGALMOSTori
> I ALMOST ALMOSTori ON TIME TIMfr
Troubles Trou les Which Beset All Utah Roads Beadson
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on o Sunday Are Nearly NearlyOver NearlyOver NearlyS NearlyOver
Over OverLIMITED OverJlLIMITED OverLIMITED
S
LIMITED TEN HOURS LATE LATEIS
t t
IS DITCHED ON ILLFATED JOINT JOINTTRACK JOINTTRACK JOINTTRACK
TRACK IN CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIAAll
All three railroad systems running to toBait toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake had trouble Sunday either eitherwith eitherwith eitherwith
with wrecks or snowslldes s but by yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday the trouble was pretty well wellstraightened wellstraightened wellstraightened
straightened out The Rio Grande on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which trains were delayed nine hours hoursSunday hoursSunday hoursSunday
Sunday owing to a freight wreck near nearThistle nearThistJe nearThistle
Thistle Junction was running Its trains trainspractically trainspraotIcally trainspractically
practically on time The afternoons afternoonstrain afternoonstrain atternoonsI
I train from the east which was the latest lateston
on the th road came In only thirty min minutes mintes mm mmutes ¬
utes tes late Traffic on the Provo Canyon Canyonbranch Canyonbranch Canyonbranch
branch of the Rio Grande has been sus suspended suspended suspended ¬
pended for about three days owing to a aenowslide aa3nowsllde anowslide
enowslide enowslideThe a3nowslldeThe nowslideThe
The Los Angeles limited eastbound eastboundtrain eastboundtrain eastboundtrain
train which was ditched six miles east eastof eastor eastof
of San Bernardino Cal Sunday evening eveningby
by a spreading rail was due to arrive arrivehere arrivehere arrivehere
here at 545 oclock last night At that thathour thathour thathour
hour It was reported ten hours late with withthe withthe withI
I the chances tht it would be even later laterthan laterthan laterthan
than that It will probably arrive some sometime sometime sometime ¬
time between 4 and 5 oclock this morn mornIng mornIng moriiing
Ing
Ditched on Joint Track TrackIt TractIt <
It is a peculiar coincidence that the thewreck theowreek thewredk
wreck should have occurred on the thestretch thestretch thestretch
stretch of Joint track operated jointly jointlyby jointlyby jointlyby
by the Salt Lake and Santa Fe roads In Insouthern insouthern insouthern
southern California It Is on this same samejoint samejoint samejoint
joint track that the Los Angeles Lim Limited LlmHed Limlted ¬
ited has had practically every bit of oftrouble oftrouble oftrouble
trouble to which it has been subjected subjectedsince subjectedsince subjectedsince
since It started except some few delays delayscaused delayscaused delayscaused
caused by bad weather between Salt SaltLake SaltLnke SaltLake
Lake and the east eastThe eastt eastThe
t The Southern Pacific which was de delayed deayed delayed ¬
layed badly Sunday by a snowslide near nearEder nearEder nearc
c Eder in the Sierra mountains was run running running running ¬
ning its trains practically on time yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬
terday
IS SALT LAKE NUMBER
Arrowhead for January Devotes DevotesParticular DevotesParticular DevotesParticular
Particular Attention to Zion ZionThe ZionThe i iThe
The January number of the Arrow Arrowhead Arrowhend Arrowhead ¬
head the monthly publication of the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake route Is 1 a special Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
1 City number On the frontispiece Is Isprinted IsI
11 I printed an excellent halftone picture of ofthe orI ofthe
I i the city and county building The prin principal print ¬
t j cipal article In the magazine is Tran Transition Tranr ¬
r U g sition of the City of the Saints by byDouglas byI byDouglas
I Douglas White which whichs Is a condensed condensedstory condensedfltOry condensedstory
story of the settlement of Salt Lake by byBrlgham byBrigham byp
p Brigham Youngs followers In 1847 and anda
I a tracing of the development of the city cityfrom cityfrom cityfrom
from that day to this thisAccompanying thisAccompanying thisI
Accompanying the articles are thirty thirtythree thirtyf
It f I three halftone views of Salt Lake T ake build buildIngs bulldings
1 Ings Including Inclu lng a picture of Main street streetIn streetin streetin
In 1861 In the middle of the magazine magazineIs
N Is a twopage view of Salt Lake in 1905 1905taken 1905taken 1905taken
k taken from Capital hill The magazine magazinealso magnzinealso magazinealso
also contains a number of views taken takenat takenat takenat
at Saltair including a beautiful sunset sunsetscene sunsetBcene sunsetscene
scene on the Great Salt lake lakeThe lakeThe lakeThe
The magazine contains much matter matterdescriptive matterdescriptive matterI
I descriptive of the country through which whichthe whichhe whIchI
the he Salt Lake road passes and some sometiption sometf someF
I + I tiption tf tion including a story of love and andjlventure andventure
F 3 I jlventure venture on the Los Angeles Lim Limited Limited LimIted ¬
ited train trainTRAFFIC trI trITRAFFIC trainI
I TRAFFIC MEETING TODAY TODAYWestern TODAYWestern TODAYf TODAYWestern
f
Western Classification Committee in inLos inLos int
t e Los Angeles AngelesLos
j Los Angeles An eles Jan 15 15General General freight freightagents freightRf
i p agents Rf ents and traffic managers representing representingall
all the railroads west of Chicago and andSt andSt and4tf
4tf St Louis forming the Western Classi Classification ClassifIcatIon Classficatlon ¬
+ fication system will arrive here on a aopecial apeelal aI
I special Salt Lake train from Chicago Chicagotomorrow Chicagotomorrow Chicagoc
c l tomorrow to meet In semiannual ses session session sesslon ¬
sion lasting several days daysIn daysIn daysIn
In addition to the thirtyfive or more morerepresentatives morerepresentatives
1 representatives of the railways there thereWill thereI
I Will be a number of traffic managers managersfrom managersfrom managersfrom
t from commercial houses in the west westwho westwho westwho
who are coming to seek action by the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee on goods shipped by the thehouses thehouses thehouses
houses they the renresent renresentWhile renresentWhile renresentI
I While Thjle the special train is speeding speedingwestward speedingwestward speedingwestward
westward a subcommittee is making makln a apreliminary aJlreUminary aq
q preliminary examination of the work workwhich workwhich workwhich
which is to come before the general generalcommittee generalr generalcommittee
committee committeeQUIET committeeI committeeQUIETINCALIFORNIA
r
I r QUIET QUIETINCALIFORNIA QUIETINCALIFORNIAI IN CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIAWestern
1 1t t I Western Pacific Situation Is NotI Noti Not
i I 1 Nearly So Torrid TorridOakland TorridOaklnd Torridt
t Oakland Cal Jan 15The 15 The SouthernJ SouthernJ Southern SouthernPacific
J Pacific company is laying another trackparallel track trackparallel
7 parallel to the one just completed fromlIelrose fromMeirose from fromMelrose
J Melrose to San Leandro road overwhich overt over overwhich
t 1 which trains are now run running lng for past pas passenger ¬
senger and freight traffic The companys cornI com companys ¬
I t I panys officials point to the construCtlon construcI construc construction ¬
I tion of this double track as evidence ofthe ofthe of ofthe
the fact that the new line is not therefor thereI there therefor
I for the purpose of blockading the Western Westem West Western ¬
em ern Pacific whose line is planned to passthrouJh passI pass passthrousrh
I i throusrh that point but to Improve the
service in response to a demand from fromthe fromhr
I the residents of the locality for trans transportation transportatIon ¬
1 hr portation facilities The move has been beenunder beenunder beenunder
under contemplation for some time they theysay the theI theyI
I I r I f say The continuation of the injunc injunctions injuncUons InjuncS ¬
S t tions has quieted the situation here hereTO hereTO hereU hereTO
U
TO CONDEMN PROPERTY PROPERTYWestern
1
9 Western Pacific PacificStarts Starts Three More of ofa
1 r a Series of Suits SuitsThe SuitsJ SuitsI
I J The Western Pacific Railway company companyyesterday companye companyyesterday
yesterday e terday filed three complaints to con condemn condemn cont ¬
t demn for railroad purposes part of lot lotV lotblock lotblock
V block 49 owned by Thomas F Howells Howellspart Howellspart Howellst
t 4 part of lots 5 and 6 block 2 Hunters Hunterssubdivision Hunterssubdivision Hunters4j
4j subdivision of block 52 owned by E EBynon Enon EEynon I
Bynon non and part of lot 8 block 51 owned ownedby ownedby owneda
a by Joseph A Petit All the property Is Isin isin IsI
I in plat C of Salt Lake City The suits suitsare suitsare suitst
t f are those of a series which the road roadIs roadis roadis
Is filing flUn to condemn portions of Its ItsErie itsright Itsright
right of way Into Salt Lake from the thewest thewest
west westkt
kt Erie Changes Announced AnnouncedThe
Ii The announcement has been received receivedby
by Frank T Vincent local representative representativeof
11 of the Brie lrIe Dispatch that C W r Clarke Clarkeuntil ClarkeuntIl Clarkei
i 1 until recently general manager of the theErie theErie thef
f Erie Dispatch has been appointed gen general general ¬
1 eral freight agent of the Erie railroad railroadwith ralIroadwith railroadI
I with headquarters at Chicago and that thatMr thatMr thati
i Mr Clark has beep bee succeeded as gen general general general ¬
eral manager of the Erie Dispatch by byH byH byH
H S Stebbins who has been assistant assistantCELEBRATED assistantS assistant1ii
1ii To break up upa upfa upV
fa 1 S STTT I L tf t a bad cold coldand coldI
V I CELEBRATED B1 and prevent preventPneumonia pr preventI ent entPneumOni
a Pneumonia Pneumoniatho PneumOnitho Pneumoniaespecially
I 4 tho Bitters Is Isespecially IsespeclaIIy
especially especiallygood especlaIIygood especiallyI1
good Start Starttoday Starttoday
I1 i today It Italso Italso
ci
also cures curesHeartburn curesPoor
1 I Poor AppetitE AppetitEHeartburn Appetttd1I
1I 4 Heartburn HeartburnDyspepsia HeartburnDyspepsia BeartbumJI
JI kd Dyspepsia DyspepsiaCostiveness DyspepsiaCostiveness
J i1 i Costiveness CostivenessIndigestion Costivenessb
4 STOMACH Indigestion IndigestionFemale ThdigestioFemale t
b OTMAECH6S Female nig nigor flls fllseJy i
eJy i k I or Malaria MalariaT tiaiariar j
r I I T
DEFEAT TURNS TURNSINTO TURNSINTO i
INTO UTTER ROUT ROUTBritish
British Conservatives Overwhelmed Overwhelmedat
at the Polls by an au Avalanche Avalancheof
of Free Trade Ballots BallotsIMMENSE BallotsIMMENSE BallotsIMMENSE
IMMENSE LIBERAL GAINSLABOR GAINS GAINSLABOR GAINSLABOR
LABOR CANDIDATES SHOWING SHOWINGSTRENGTGH SHOWINGSTRENGTGH SHOWiNGSTRENGTGH
STRENGTGH STRENGTGHLondon STRENGTGHLondon STRENGTGHLondon
London Jan 15 15The The Liberal landslide landslidecontinues landslidecontinues landslidecontinues
continues Out of seventysix contests conteststoday conteststoday conteststoday
today theLiberals the th Liberals and Laborites togeth together ¬
er secured sixtytwo seats The Liber Liberal ¬
al gains today show the surprising total totalof totalof totalof
of fortytwo while the Unionists gained gainedonly gainedonly gainedonly
only one seat that of f Hastings HastingsTwo HastlmfdTwo HastingsTwo
Two former cabinet officers went down downbefore downbefore downbefore
before the storm of Liberal sentiment sentimentGerald sen sentimentGerald imert imertGerald
Gerald Balfour who was presdent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the local gpvernment in the Balfour cab cabinet cabinet cabthet ¬
inet was defeated by at least a ma majority majorlt majority ¬
jority of 1069 and Walter Hume Long Longformer Longformer Longformer
former chief secretary for Ireland lost losthis losthis losthis
his seat for South Bristol while Angus Angustine Angustine < l1gus l1gustine
tine Burrell president of the board of ofeducation ofeducat ofeducation
education educat on defeated the Unionist candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date at North Bristol BristolLord BrIstolLord BristolLord
Lord Hugh H gh Cecil Defeated DefeatedLord DefeatedLor DefeatedLord
Lord Hugh Cecil leader of the con conservative conservative conservative ¬
servative free traders was defeated defeat d at atGreenwich atGreenwich atGreenwich
Greenwich and T Gibson Bowles a aUnionist aUnionist aUnionist
Unionist free trader lost at Kings Lynn Lynnboth Lynnboth Lynnboth
both being opposed by Chamberlains ChamberlainsAside ChamberlainsAside ChamberlainsAside
Aside from the overwhelming gains by bythe bythe bythe
the Liberals throughout throug out the country ount Y the theimmense theImmense theimmense
immense majorities secured in the turn turnover turnover turnover ¬
over are causes of surprise to both sides sidesThe ridesThe idESThl
The labor candidates are showing re remarkable 1emarkable remarkable ¬
markable strength the total gains of the theLabor theLabor theLabor
Labor party today being seven not in including including ineluding ¬
cluding one Socialist W Theme who at atWestham atVestham atWestharn
Westham defeated the Unionist candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date Sir J G Hutting by b a majority of
5000 5000The 5000The 5000The
The composition of the new parliament parliamentup
up to the present Is as follows Liberals
95 Unionists 31 Laborites 17 National Nationalists Nationalists NatIonalists ¬
ists 18 Socialists 1 iThe 1The 1The
The total Liberal gains number sixty sixtyfour shtyfour sixtyfour
four the gains made by the Laborites Laboritesbeing Laboritesbeing Laboritesbeing
being classed among the Liberals LiberalsTwentyone Libera1sTwentyone
Twentyone London districts vqted to today today today ¬
day Out O t of these hitherto Unionist Unionislstrongholds Unioniststrongholds Unioniststrongholds
strongholds the Unionists Unlonistssucceed succeeded d in insecuring insecuring insecuring
securing only seven seats
Ministers Returned ReturnedThree ReturnedThree ReturnedThree
Three members of the new ministry ministrywere ministrywere ministrywere
were returned today tod y by strong majori majorities majoritiesHerbert majorltiesHerbert ¬
ties tiesHerbert Herbert John Gladstone secretary secretaryfor
for f r home affairs President of the Board Boardof
of Education Birrell and James Bryce Brycechief Brycechief Brycechief
chief secretary for Ireland The attor attorney attorne attorney
ney ne T general Sir J Lawson Walton also alsoreceived alsoreceived alsoreceived
received a large majority majorityAmong majorityAmong majorityAmong
Among the few Unionists who retained retainedtheir retainedtheir retainedtheir
their seats were H O ArnoldForster ArnoldForsterformerly ArnoldForsterformerly ArnoldForsterformerly
formerly secretary of war at Croydon Croydonand Croydonand Croydonand
and Sir Howard Vincent at Sheffield SheffieldNewcastleonTyne SheffieldNewcastleonTyne SheffieldNeweastleonTyne
NewcastleonTyne voted for two seats seatstoday seatstodav seatstoday
today but the returns were not declared declaredtonight declaredtonight declaredtonight
tonight tonight These seats hitherto have given givenUnionist givenUnIonist givenUnionist
Unionist majorities but It Is predicted predictedthat predictedthat predictedthat
that the vote will be close and that both bothare bothare bothare
are likely like to be turned over to the Lib Liberals Liberals Liberals ¬
erals
S I
LOS ANGELES EXCURSION EXCURSIONFeb
Feb 10 via Salt Lake Route 33 round roundtrip roundtrip roundtrip
trip good for thirty days Important Importantto
to make early application applicationSEEK applicationPRESIDENT applieationPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT SEEK SEEKING VOTES IfOTESMembers VOTESMembers VOTESMembers
Members of Senate Committee Committeeon
on InterOceanic Canals Canalsat
at White HouseWashington House HouseWashi House1Washiiigton
Washington Washi gton Jan 15 15Prpsldent President Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt Is preparing to send to congress congressa
a message which will favor a lock ca canal canal Canal ¬
nal He held conferences today with withseveral withseveral withseveral
several members m mbers of the senate committee committeeon
on interoceanic canals Including Sena Senators Senators Senators ¬
tors Kittredge Knox Dryden Hopkins Hopkinsand Hopkinsand Hopkinsand
and Ankeny AnkenyThe AnkenyThe AnkenyThe
The committee has In its possession possessionan
an advance copy of the report furnished furnishedby furnish d dby
by the president for use in eXunining
Chief Engineer Stevens when he appears appearsbefore appearsbefore appearsbefore
before the committee tomorrow at the theopening theopening theopening
opening of the Investigation made by
the senate This report contains the theviews theviews theviews
views of the consulting board as ex expressed expressed expressed ¬
pressed before the foreign members left leftthis leftthis leftthis
this country together with the amend amendments amendments amendmonth ¬
ments that have been made since and andto andto andto
to which General Davis Is now getting gettingtheir gettingtheir gettingtheir
their endorsements endorsementsThe ndorsementsThe
The message of the president will fa favor faYor favor ¬
vor the construction of a a lock canal on onthe onthe onthe
the ground that it is In the interest interestof
of the president generation and not for forposterity forposterity forposterity
posterity and that It can be built at atless atless atless
less cost of time and money It is i said saidthat saIdthat saidthat
that the president incidentally asked the theRepublican theRepublican theRepublican
Republican members of the committee committeeto
to support sUPI > ort the nomination of Joseph B BBishop BBishop BBishop
Bishop to be a member of the canal canalcommission canalcommission canalcommission
commission and to use every effort to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent indiscriminate reductions in the thesalaries thesalaries thesalaries
salaries of canal officials which he fears fearsmay fearsmay fearsmay
may be the result of the investigation InvestigationS
S
MERIWETHER ON TRIAL TRIALAnnapolis TRIALAnnapolis TRIALAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Jan 15 15The The trial of ofthe orthe ofthe
the case of Midshipman John P Miller Millerfirst Minerfirst Millerfirst
first class on the charge of hazing
fourth class men was resumed this morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing At 1110 the case was given to the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court courtLater courtLater courtLater
Later the court upon reassembling an announced an announced announced ¬
nounced that a verdict had been found foundand foundand foundand
and it will be forwarded to the super superintendent superintendent superIntendent ¬
intendent of the Naval academy academyAt
At 2 oclock Midshipman Minor Meri Meriwether Meriwether Menwether
wether jr was brought before the court courtThe cQurtThe courtThe
The charge against his is hazing The Thecourt Thecourt Thecourt
court adjourned until tomorrow morning morningCOFFIN morningCOFFI morningCOFFIN
COFFIN N DISMISSED DISMISSEDWashington DISM DISMISSEDWashington ISSED
Washington Jan 15 ISSecretary Secretary Bona Bonaparte Bonaparte Bonaparte ¬
parte today approved the sentence of ofaIs ofaIsmissal dis dismissal iismissal ¬
missal imposed by court martial at An Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis ¬
napolis In the mase of Midshipman Tren Trenmor Trenmor Trennior
mor Coffin on conviction of hazing and andordering andordering andordering
ordering his dismissal from the academy academygeneral academygeneral academygeneral
general eastern freight agent of the theErie theErie theErie
Erie railroad at New York YorkAustin YorkAustin YorkAustin
Austin Family Leaves Today TodayThe TodayThe TodayThe
The Austin family well known in Utah Utahwill UtahwUl Utahwill
will leave tndsy tod over the Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLine ShortLine
Line and Southern Paciuc for Califor California CaUfornln Calitornia ¬
nia joy L y will be gone about thirty thirtydays thIrtydays thirtydays
days an will go south and return over overthe overthe overthe
the Salt Lake road from Los Angeles AngelesGeorge AngelesGeorge AngelesGeorge
George Austin heads the party which whichwill whichwUl whichwill
will be made up of thirtythree per persons persons perSons ¬
sons The party will ttivel t vel in a spe special special speclal ¬
cial car
s Railroad NotesKenneth NotesKenneth Notes NotesKenneth
Kenneth C Kerr traveling passengeragent passengeragent passenger passengeragent
agent of the SaItolAke Salt ake route left lastnight lastnIght last lastnight
night for Denver accompanied by Mrsh MrsKrr Mrs MrsKerr
Kerr KerrJ h rr
J 1 L Moore district freight and pas passenger Dassenger s ssenger ¬
senger agent of the Salt Lake routehas routehas route routehas
has gone to Los Angeles to attend themeeting themeeting the themeeting
meeting of the Western ClassifIcationcommittee Classificationcommittee Classification Classificationcommittee
committee today todayF
F O i Martin of Denver chief clerkin clerkin clerk clerkin
in the passepger auditing department ofthe orthe of ofthe
the Denver Rio Grande passed throughSalt throughSalt through throughSalt
Salt Lake yesterday en route to LosAngeles Lo LoAngeles Los LosAngeles
Angeles to Join his familyGordonM familyGordon family familyGordon
GordonM Gordon M Fraser Fraser traveling freightngont freightagent freight freightagont
agent of the Illinois Central left last Jagti lastnight iastnight
i night for Butte I It
t
GARDEN TRUCK IN MARCH MARCHEditor MARCIIEditor
Editor Haines Tells of Wonder Wonderful Wonderful ¬
ful Farming Possibilities of ofGlenns ofGlenns ofGlenns
Glenns Ferry FerryGreen FerryGreen Ferry1Green
the themarket themarket thematket
ready for
Green vegetables are
market by the middle of Marchnear MarchnearGlenns March near nearGlenns nearGlenns
Glenns Ferry Ida according to a a state statement statement statemeat ¬
ment made yesterday by A E Halves Halveseditor Hatheseditor Haiteseditor
editor of the Glenns Ferry Signal S1flBlis w wis wb wbIs >
is ia i2 Salt Lake on his return from vii visiting villting viilUng ¬
lUng relatives at x Ophlr Utah Mr MrHaines MrHaines MrHaines
Haines said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The region In the vicinity of Glenns GlennsF GlennsFerry s sFerry
Ferry F rry is the warmest in Idaho The Thetemperature Thetemperature Thetemperature
temperature In August goes as high as asll8
118 degrees for days at a time This Is Isdue isdue Isdue
due to the situation of the country 1 1is 1iI 1iIIs L E EIs
is surrounded by high hills hillsA hUlsA hillsA
In Glenns Ferry Ferryhas Ferryhas Ferryhas
A Chinese gardner
has green onions lettuce and asparagus asparagusready asparagusready asP25 asP25ready
by the middle of ormiddle ofMarch ofMarch
ready for the market
In Inthe inthe
March I have seen pansIes growing
Glens Ferry in the themiddle themiddle
the depot yard at
are areready areready areready
Strawberries
middle of March too
ready by the middle of May and po potatoes potatoes pPtatoes ¬
tatoes by the first week in June JuneBoston JuneBoston JuneBoston
Boston capitalists have interested interestedthemselves lnterestedthemselves interestedthemselves
themselves in an irrigation project which whichvicinity whichwill Whichwill
will put under water 25000 acres in the thevIcinIty thevicinity
vicinity of Glenns Ferry and they will willpush wl1lpush willpush
push it to completion When it Is fin finished finIshed finished ¬
ished the Glenns Ferry section will be benoted benoted benoted
noted as the early garden spot of Idaho IdahoPeanuts IdahoPeanuts IdahoPeanuts
Peanuts have already been successfully successfullygrown succe53fulIyrown successfullygrown
grown rown there thereGlenns thereGlenns thereGlenns
Glenns Ferry is in Elmore county ana anahas pnd pndban d dhas
has a population of about 700 persons personson persoflat
at present It is a freight division point pointon
on the Oregon Short Line and has ac according according aecording ¬
cording to Mr Haines a payroll i > of 16
000 a month monthThis monthThis monthThis
This is Mr Haines first visit bit to Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake since 18S4 When he was here last lastthe Itl5tthe lastthe
the old Valley House was the principal principalhotel principalhotel principalhotel
hotel of the town The only street cars carsin carsIn carsin
in the place were drawn by b mules The TheTemple TheTemple TheTemple
Temple was far from completion completionand
and none of the present large largebusiness largebusiness largebusiness
business blocks were built The Thechanges Thechanges Thechanges
changes he witnessed on his visit as astounded asfounded astounded ¬
tounded him Mr Haines says He has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been in the cattle business In Idaho for fora fora
a number of years but has abandoned abandonedIt
It to follow newspaper work workEncouraging workJ workFRUIT workFll1T
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FRUIT PROSPECTS I3IOSPjS I3IOSPjSEncouraging GOOD GOODEncouraging
Encouraging Reports From All AllParts AllParts AUParts
Parts of the State to Board Boardof Boardof Boardof
of Horticulture HorticultureAt
At the regular semiannual meeting of ofthe otthe ofthe
the state board of horticulture In this thiscity tblscity thiscity
city yesterday all the members memb rs weie weiepresent welepresent wetepresent
present including President Thomas ThomasJudd ThomasJudd ThomasJudd
Judd C A HIckenlooper T D Wadley WadleyDr WadlevDr VadleyDr
Dr P A Yoder J E Taylor E D
Ball and andltS R S Northrop The last two twonamed twonamed twonamed
named are members of the th facuitv of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Agricultural college at Logan They Theymet Theymet Theymet
met with the board not as members but butin butin butin
in ah an advisory capacity capacityRules capacityHules capacityRules
Rules and regulations for the coming comingyear c comingyear ming mingyear
year were adopted and a general dis discussian discu discussian
cussian cu ian of the fruit situation in the state statefollowed statefollowed statefollotred
followed It was agreed that the outlook outlookwas outlookwas outlookwas
was never so o good President Judd Tud said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that in his ten years connection with withthe vrththe wththe
the board he had never seen so much muchprogress muchprogress muchprogress
progress nor such a lively Interest in inthe inthe inthe
the planting of fruit trees treesReports treesReports treesReports
Reports were turned in of a 100acre 100acreorchard 100acreorchard 100acreorchard
orchard being started In Box Elder of ofone ofone ofone
one eightyacre orchard in Davis county countyand countyand countyand
and of a 150acre orchard In Utah coun county county county ¬
ty This will be increased to 300 acres acresas acresas acresas
as fast as the trees can be set out Sim Similar Similar Sirnliar ¬
ilar reports come from Washingtonwhere Washingtonwhere Washington Washingtonwhere
where many trees and vines are being beingset beingset beingset
set out These are but samples of the thereports thereports thereports
reports coming to the board from all allthe allthe allthe
the fruitgrowing sections of the state stateNOTICE stateS stateNOTICE
S 4S 4SNOTICE I
NOTICE NOTICEAt
At 2 p m Jan 20 1906 at office of ofLittle ofLittle ofLittle
Little Little under Walker Brothers Brothersbank Brothersbank Brothersbank
bank at corner of Second South and andMain andMaln andMain
Main streets Salt Lake City Utah I Iwill Iwill Iwill
will sell to highest bidder for cash cashsufficient cashsufficient cashsufficient
sufficient treasury stock of Charm Min Mining Mining Mm Mming ¬
ing Mining company to realize 2100 2100FRED 2100FRED 2100FRED
FRED W LITTLE LJTTLESecretary LITTLESecretaTy LIr2LESecretary
Secretary SecretaryNAMES SecretaTyc SecretaTyNAMES SecretaryNAMES
c
NAMES OF RASCALS RASCALSCAN RASCALSCAN RASCALSCAN
CAN BE PUBLISHED PUBLISHEDWashington PUBLISHEDWashington PUBLISHEDWashington
Washington Jan 15 15Attorney Attorney General GeneralMoody GeneralMoody GeneralMoody
Moody has rendered an opinion for Sec Secretary Secretary Seeretary ¬
retary Wilson holding that it will be belawful belawful belawful
lawful for the head of the department of ofagriculture ofagriculture ofagriculture
agriculture to publish the names of deal dealers dealers dealers ¬
ers who sell adulterated seed The ques question question question ¬
tion arose because the secretary of agri agriculture agriculture agriculture ¬
culture had an Impression that if he did didpublish dIdpublish didpublish
publish such names he would be liable liablefor liablefor liablefor
for damages in actions for libel
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you the harmless painless nature of this thisgreat thisgreat thisgreat
great remedy and start you well on the theway theway theway
way toward a perfect cure cureThen cureThen cureThen
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any druggist for for50 50 cents and often one onebox onebox onebox
box cures curesIf curesIf curesIf
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thing just as good it is I because he hemakes hemakes hemakes
makes more money on the substitute substituteInsist substituteInsist substituteInsist
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rapidly until it is complete and perma permaYou permanent permanent
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Pyramid Drug Co 11354 Pyramid Build Building Building Building ¬
ing Marshall Mich and receive free freeby freeby freeby
by return mail the trial package in a aplain aplain aplain
plain wrapper wrapperThousands wrapperThousands wrapperThousands
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painless and inexpensive way in the theprivacy theprivacy theprivacy
privacy of the home homeAll homeAUdruggists homeAll
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Remnant Lot ofAIIWool Suitings SuitingsConsisting
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new stylsh goods suitable for waists skirts or full suits sold regu regularly regnI regularly ¬
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attendance for the closing week which whichbegan whichI whichbegan
began yesterday Today and every everyday everyday everyday
I day till Saturday bids fair to maintain maintainthe maintainthe
the enthusiasm such as the incomparable incomparableTo incomparableBargains incomparableBargains I
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Ties and Underwear for Men MenSuits MenSuits
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three corners of the city simply as a ameans ameans ameans
means of prompt delivery This Is an another another another ¬
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action on the liver URICSOL URICSOLcures URIC URICSOLcures SOL SOLcures
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238240 MAIN STREET STREETNotice STREETNotice STREETNotice
Notice NoticeNotice NoticeNotice NoticeNotice
Notice Is hereby v > reby given that bids will willb5 willb willbe
b5 b received for the sale of first mortgage mortgugobonds morlgageonds mortgagebonds
bonds of the Blackbird CopperGold Min Mining MinIng Mm Mming ¬
ing company limited at its office 603 603McCornick 609McCorn1ck 603McCornlck
McCornick building Salt Lake City CityUtah CityUtah CityUtah
Utah up to and including tnclu ing Jan 20 1906 as asfollows asfoUows asfollows
follows
27 bonds par value 5100 100 each 4 270000
118 bonds par valua 250 each 2950QiK
235 bonds par p r value VJ 30 each 31750003
7 1 bonds par value 1000 each ch 700000 700000Total 700000Total 70000QTotal
Total amount offered for saleHasTOOOtf saleHasTOOOtfon aale15D sale liXO liXOThese 7OO0f 7OO0frrhese
These bonds are secured by mortgage mortgaron
on the companys property situated nt ntJ5ew nte atNenhouse
J5ew Nenhouse e house Utah bear 6 per cent interest interestpayable Intc Intretpayable t tpayable
payable principal and interest in gold goldand goldand goldand
and are duo Oct 29 1909 Tho amount amountnamed amountnamed amountnamed
named above completes the authorized Is Issue issue issue ¬
sue of 500000 bonds to the amount of
343300 343 300 having been previously issued and andare andare andare
are now outstanding Bids will also a areceived 1 1received be bereceived >
received at the same time and place for
342167 shares of the capital stock cf c the thecompany thacompany thecompany
company or any part thereof either sep separately seDarately senarately ¬
arately or In connection with a 11 bid for forbonds l forbends l lbond
bonds 3 The company reserves the right rightInformation rightt
t reject any or aU bIds For furthor furthorinformation furthorinformation
Information address L A Amsden tread treasurer treMurer treadurer ¬
urer 609 McCornlck building Salt Lake LaicsCity LakaCity LakeCity
City Utah
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Notice NoticoNotlcG NoticesNotice NoticeNotice
Notice Is hereby given that a spe speclal spocial special
cial meeting of the stockholders ot ofiThe otThe otThe
The Mammoth Mining company a Utah Utahcorporation UtahCj ttaitcoporatifl
corporation Cj poration will be jeld e1d at the office of ofsaid ttS1tid t tsaid
said company room 45 Hooper block blockSalt blockSalt blockSalt
Salt Lake City Utah at 3 oclock in the thaafternoon theafternoon theaftcrnOOfl
afternoon of the 29th day of January
1906 for the purpose of considering and andpassing ana anap ancpsSing
passing p ssing upon the question of amending amendingArticle amendingArticle amendingArticle
Article 3 of the articles of Incorporation Incorporationof n nof
of said The Mammoth Mining campany campanywhich cwnpanyWhich cenipanywhich
which reads as follows followsThat
3 3That 3That
That the corporation herein provided providedfor providerfor providedfor
for and hereby created shall exist and andcontinue andcontinue andcontinue
continue for the term of 25 years unless unlesssooner unlesssoener unlesssocner
sooner dissolved and disincorporated ac according accoroinS according ¬
cording to law lawSo lawSo lawSo
So that the same shall read as follows followsThat
ARTICLE 3 3That 3That
That the incorporation herein provlden provldenfor provltlerlfor proviaeifor
for and hereby created shall axis exi and andcontinue andcrtlnue andcertinue
continue for the term of 50 years from fromits fromIts fromIts
its organization unless sooner dissolved dissolvedand dissolvedand dj5soIycjand
and disincorporated according to law
SAMUEL AT MIN MINT INT i rtE rtEPresident JlEPresident stEPresident
President Tho Mammoth Mining Com Company Compan Conipany ¬
pany pan
R M WILKINSON WILKINSONSecretary WILKINSONSecretary WILKINSONSecretary
Secretary The Mammoth Mining Com Company Comp Cornpiny ¬
pany p DY
Assessment No2 No2ANACONDATONOPAH No 2ANACONDATONOPAH 2 2ANACONDATONOPAH
ANACONDATONOPAH M MINING MININGCompanr I N I N G GCompan GCompan
Compan Principal place of business bustness busi business ¬
ness Salt Lake City Utah Notice Notiec No Notice ¬
tice Is s h hereby reby given that 8 a meeting meeting meet meeting ¬
ing of the directors held on the 8th da daf dayof day dayof
of f January 1906 an assessment of two
2 cents per share was levied on thecapital thecapital the thecapital
capital stock of the corporation payable payableto
to J W Langley secretary of said corporation corporatlon cor corporation ¬
poration at Tonopah Nevada as followu follows fol follows ¬
lows One CD 1 cent per share on or before before be before ¬
fore the 7th day of February 1806 andODe andone and andone
one 1 cent per share on or before the9th the9th the the9th
9th day of March 1906 Any stock uponwhich uponwhich upon uponwhich
which this assessment may remain unp unpaid un unpaid ¬
p paid id on le 9th day of March 1900 1SO willbe wilLbe will willbe
be delinquent and advertised for sale atimbUc atubIic at atpublic
public ubIic auction and unless payment Is Jsmade Ismade Ismade
made before bef > ro will be sold on the 3th dayof dayof day dayof
of March 1906 to pay the delinquentassessment delinquentassessment delinquent delinquentassessment
assessment together with the cost ofadvertising ofadvertising of ofadvertising
advertising and expense of f saleJ sale
J WluNG W JoANGIiEY EY SecretaryTonopah SecretaryTonopah Secretary SecretaryTonopahi
Tonopah NevadaI Nevada
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