SttfLAKE-LOS ANGELES P.riD Qaejtaj romed and Article of Inoorp-oration Inoorp-oration Signed. 'Csi","l,,' "' ll.selopm.al Com pan In Ori.nlml lo Ahl In llollilln Iloail an Ustslopln Territory llranehes t. U..u Creek au.l Cdar Cllj. article of Incorporation of tha Salt Lake and Los Angeles railroad were slfned In Salt Lake Thursday. In ad' elllon to the railroad company, two .miliary companies looking to tha ,conilruotlon of the road and develop-pent develop-pent of territory coutlguoua to It, were formed. The oltlcera of the railroad are W, K. Clark, president. It. C. Kerens, first vice president; J, Itoss Clark, second lice president; 1'. V., (llbbon, third vie resident and general counsel; T. F. Milter, secretary and F. It. Ilule, treasurer. treas-urer. . The names of the Incorporator and their several places of residence ara aa follows: William A. Clark, Unite, It. C. Kerens, Ht. Loul. J. P.os Clarke, Lo Angeles. W. 8. McCorntck, Halt Lake. David Keith, Halt Lake. Thoma Kearns. Halt Lake. Charlea (). Wilttemore, Hall Lake. Heed Hmoot, Provo. K. W. Clark, Ophlr. Charle Clark, Central Township, Mo. H. A. llonts, Ht. Loul. Perry H. Heath, Muncie, Ind. Mellaril Kerens, Jr., Ht. Loul. Charlea W. Clark, Iltitte. George 11. Lelghtou, Ht. Louie. T. II. (llbbon, Los Angeles. , William II. Clark, Kansas City. A. II. Ilnulln, Ht, Louis. The articles of Incorporation Include 1 a branch to the Deep Creek country and one to Cedar City. Hevrral branches are also provided for in and around Lo Angelc and Ban Pedro, the object being to build a network of rails as feedera to tho western term!-nsl. term!-nsl. Aa to the general route of the main line, that la atlll a matter of doubt, but tha article call for the most dlreetand practicable line. The actual route will not be selected probably for two months, as many surveys hava to ba made at this end. There Is one lino ruunlug via Ophlr which ha been strongly urged, another via Fremont Pass, one via the valleys and another to go via Lehl Junction aud Tlntlc, all of which corao together in Lincoln county, Nevada. It will bo aeen that the articles do not slate tha route, except ex-cept by naming counties so arranged that either of tha routes named could bo selected. This, however, will be a matter of doubt for some tlm to come. Tho Lo Angele Terminal, having already fiftyflvo miles In operation, will be immediately extended In vn-rloue vn-rloue direction. Thle road becomes the property of the Loa Angele .t Halt Lake, and will ba tha basis of opera-lions. opera-lions. Tbo Lraplra Construction company la to be Incorporated for 81,000,000. 1100,000 of which lias already been sub-crlbed. sub-crlbed. J, Hon Clark la president, Ocorgo II. Lelghtou vice-president and II. II. Mclveo secretary, who, with David Keith, tt K. McCAnlcIt, Iteed Binoot, It. a Kerens, V. A. Clark, T. li (llbbon and T, F. Miller form the board of directors. This company la farmed to construct and equip the railroad, Tho third corporation la a development develop-ment company. The organization haa been loft to a committee consisting of David Keith, W. S. McCornlck. It. C. Kerena, Thomas Kearn and T. II. Olbbon. This Incorporation will bo for 10,000,000, 81,000,000 of which la for Immediate uao. Thla company will bo given the duty of developing thu great mining region, coal and Iron lands and other resources aloug tho route. The horticultural, agricultural and stock-raising sections will be Investigated unit conditions Improved. Im-proved. The company will own and control all towualtcs und work for tho development of ull Industries and resources re-sources along tho lino and at tha terminal.