Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
.Changa learned of of the cornmit- that fov and -for The to issued passes few making 1st. It no re- charge pass transfer sales Pa- system, It la tho disposal to the affairs they as the for pending.. the."expected and final transfer of the road, Railroad Notes. '"••• H. H. Sheppard of the Chicago & Alton-waif'in the city yesterday. . . • W. C: McBride of the Rio Grande •Western is here from Butte. George W. Heintz .of the Rio Grande Western will return from Portland on Tuesday. Western roads have made a one and one-third fare rate to tho monetary convention at Indianapolis. T. W. Brennemann, chief clerk In the medical department, Oregon Short Line, goes to Mountalnhome today, accompanied accompanied by his wife. '..'A dispatch from Denver about the new. alliance, refers to the Spokane matter which'was fixed up in t>t. Paul last November'by Short Line officials. '" There la talk once more of an attempt to revive the old Transcontinental Passenger Passenger association, and a meeting for r.hat. purpose will soon bo held in Chicago. Chicago. C. A...ODavldson is here from Helena. Mr. Davidson,, was in charge of the Associate of company in Tenney. the-motions southern Chronicle-Telegraph C94. plaintiffs The decision: Union Pacific'Helena office until it was ; are with abollshed recently by the Union Pacific Pacific management. The New York Herald, In a recent able argument, attempts to show that the most practicable plan would be the consolidation .of the Alton and the Kansas Kansas PaclITc. General Passenger Agent Hurley of the Oregon Short Line stated yesterday that the road is delivering at Huntington Huntington dally between flfty and sixty passengers passengers Bound for the Klondike. No successor has been named as yet to 15. S. Blair, whose resignation was told in The Tribune yesterday. W. C. McBride, general agent of the freight department at Butte for the Rio Grande Western, will for the present look after the passenger business. The Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce yesterday continued its hearing on the anti-scalplng bill Bert W. Lyon, editor of the Commercial Traveler, and George W. McKenzlc, the Chicago ticket broker, were examined. examined. A collection was taken up among the /\, UV11CUHVI1 VVilO LOr.£\C;U UJ^ d-illVi*^ I.AIW Rio j emr ,i ovees o ' f the Oregon Short Line coun- lonfr If, is in does be al- ben- be'-•'£> the the the yesterday for the benefit of the Strow- brldge relief shelter for the poor on Commercial street. About $25 was realized, and many of .the employees promised monthly donations throughout, throughout, the winter. The Financial Chronicle's statement i ^Tot'lon! telegraphed -from New York to the effect effect that it is necessary to preserve th(: independence of the Western terminal terminal lines, shows t.hat it is not likely that the Ogden gateway will be closed. The report will be read with deep interest interest by all railroad men. An Associated Press report says the New York Central and the West Shore- may be consolidated, and shop work, train service and other matters now duplicated on the tsvo lines reduced by the taking off of West Shore trains and , centralizing of shop work at West Al- hn.9 i bony and Depew. W. K. Vanderbilt j s engineering the move, having lately taken hold oC railroad matters. new j A Iong , ^^^ ot ra iiroad ticket for- per- tho of gerles have come to light at St. Joseph. Mo., which arc believed to have been The con- issued.for St Louis, who until two years ago was engaged in the ticket-scalping business here, and he has been arrested. The fraudulent tickets were sold during the time of Walter Young as city ticket asent of tho Santa Pe in this city. Young committed suicide nearly four years ago and left nothing to explain the deed. versus court, thiit case and tho "I this each is the others libel parties located no defendants, anything than some cases, several control space Federal strictly statute "The this to be reviewing cases side burden with setting Is one- there States advertisements do no-t 1C districts considered against their circulating that •First much •Second ber.