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The Sait Laios TiiiBijys: Tuesday Moiomsr Jaztuaicy 5, 1904 11
''Hff! Portland nnd Beturn,
ifi'JftlMAiuary 8th. 9th and 10th. via Oregon
JWiorl Line. Keturn limit January 31st.
'fy-fU?. Grass Creek Cool company at
' Utah adVCrUBinB J
Have You OncP
fl Jfcolk's Utah State Gazetteer and
fiuslnesB Directory. Just Issued. Cov
to the entire State. All busjness and
tfoSons. Represents over 300.000
. ,Ife.oDlc. Get a copy. Price. $6.00. R.
II CKljjc & Co.. Pubs.. 617-C19 Dooly Bldg.
ttfl'p7 SOCIETY NOTICES.
PiL ami a. 51.. will hold Km regular
1 0reV monthly meeting this (Tuesday)
n J- i !venlng at 7-30 o'clock sharp.
M- c- PItILLlIP- Secretary.
''IsOCrFTIES OR LODGES WANTING
fa'tiRina a change should inspect the now
!"WK fa n!3hed and renovated Knights of
BoluifHJ" hall. Jennings block. For par
'BcuK : e5 Stclzcnbcrgor. IB W. 211 So.
JclK ROE-rTrlorjGNO. a r. and a.
lS$E At MnFonle hall first Tuesday each
' ' 'iE Jnth Timbers of sister lodges and so-
IBWnlnr lrrthrcn Invited.
ifi FRANK P SHERWOOD. V . M.
KMOSFS C, PHILLIPS, Secretary.
55EuTAH COMMANDER Y NO. 1.
..TWcnlchts Templar. At Masonic hall first
FTiursdny ench month. 8 o'clock, fair
feflV ' CHARLES F. JENNINGS. E. C.
vjj L. WILSON. Recorder. 1
SIK'tftlSATCtl LODGE NO. J. P. AND A.
liKM Masonic hall, second Friday each
SJIKnonlh. Members of sister lodges and flo
K.Vuchljiff. brethren In Pood tnniiin? in
IBBfjvlted. A. BROWN. W. M.
i A J LOWE, Secretary.
kVl ft y7" MORTAH LODGE NO. 2. F. AND
VMiKA V Masonic hall, second Monday each
W &irpUi. Memhcrn of sister lodges nnd so
T HtJnumlng brethren In good Flnndlng m-
1 LHlWl " JAMES H. BROWN. W. M.
J rfP CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, Secretary.
Mufti ET. KAi'.aH TEMPLE A. A. O n. M.
WiS . Third Wednesday of "ach month. Ma-
, KonIr hnll at S p. m. All nobles sojourn
r Ring Invited .
K C F. JENNINGS. Potentate.
ftiA. BROWN. Recorder.
" B . WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
'IB DESERET CAMP MEETS EVERT
j aFrtfnv night nt 8 o'clock In Knights of
xlWP"lb's ll 2tt Main street.
lltJOHX RUSSELL. Consul Commander.
" iR T,rE NEWMAN. Clerk.
' .mt' WOODBINE CIRCLE NO- -II MEETS
'-'"'Wjfccwj Tuesday at I. O. O. F. hall.
- J 1 SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. ICS
IRnifets every Tuesday at I. Q. O. F. hall.
BJKVrATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
fHevery Mondny nt I. O. O F. temple.
$, J V ELDREDGE. JR.. F. M.
-Bfc-H. J. HESS, Secretary.
'Wf ODD FELLOWS.
'AllnWOmRHENCAMPMENT NO. 1.
lllllJgond and fourth Tuesdays, S p. m. I. O.
"fijBuTAH LODGE NO 1 EVERT
laMfhursday. 8 p. m , I. O. O, F. temple.
m rB? SALT LAKE NO. 2. EVERT FRIDAY.
Mi p. m.. nt I. O. O. F. temple.
FOflttl JORDAN LODGE NO 3. EVERT MON-
(day 8 p. m . I. O. O. F. hall.
L RIDGLEY LODGE NO. 9. EVERY
.Thursday, 8 p. m.. I. O. O. F. temple.
t,. ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 15. EVERY
T3 Wednesday. S p. m.. I. O. O. F. tomple.
BP ""FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17. T. O. O. F..
i imeets every Wednesday night at 8 o'clock,
V V !I. O. O, F. temple. Visitors welcome,
j -. 1 I- 8. J. WORM D AH L, N. G.
J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
' ' REBEKAII-NAOMI LODGE (T. OF
i R.) No. 1 Every second and fourth Sat-
S' urday, 8 p. m.. I. O. O. F. temple,
tj I MIRIAM LODGE (D OF R.) NO. 5.
, . 'Every first and third Saturday, 8 p. m., I. '
itseH ' " F" tcmP,c- Rcbckahs Invited.
i KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
MYRTLE LODGE NO. 1. EVERY
Uim Tuesday. K, of P. hall. 261 Main Ntrcct.
A k ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
1' m Every Thursday evenlnc. K. of P. hall.
5hK" ' CALANTHE LODGE NO. G. EVERY
rMondny, K. of P. hall.
t: J v,
tV f LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23. K. OF P..
" q 1 meets every Snturday ovenlng, 8 o'clock,
. '. i K. of P. hall.
fjll' f KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.
- K. O. T. M. SALT LAKE TENT NO. 2.
r; Every Thursday, I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting
ffJf i Knlght3 Invited.
ftijKiL.8ALT LAKE CITY HIVE NO. A
JSlff?aets even' first and third Tuesdays, 8 p.
1m m-. I. O. 6. F hall.
K..FRATETtNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
j4SS BA.LT LAKE AERIE NO. 67. EVERY
'Wt Friday. 8 p. m.. 11 W. First South.
.W 8EGO LILY LODGE NO. 252. FIRST
ffVlf.' and third Tuesday. 8 p. m., A. O. U. W.
lib 11 m
)Ll! G. L. COUNCIL. 1517. 2ND AND 4TH
1 Thursdays, Auorbach building.
. , .TMS H. A. JOPLIN. Keg.
C U JONES. Sec
jr,!.K DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
fljfiOjlf . HA ABET LODGE NO. 78. EVERY 1ST
'"If Thurslay. 1- O. O. F temple.
LADIES' TAILORING. ,
"CHlH .pHlL HIDGIN. LADIES' TAILOR. 123
lOJL!Bl S'' "CXt tQ Knntsford-
jjl ffO? PLuwiai?jx
fc'-aF.8, Bt DAVIS. PLUMBING. HEATING.
liwK'' r work- TcL 1371-Y. 123 E. 2nd So.
fe ELECTRICAL SUPPLIED.
WM ' ,SLE.CTRiCAL SUPPLIES AND CON
WJm ' iiiHctl9ni large stock of latest chande
WyJl ' " Inter-Mt. Elec. Co.. 45 E. 1st So.
' , w00lI!If;G AND REPAIRS REASON
fi Gravel Roollnb' Co., -119 W.
. ,y ; 1st North, " rtW
AN UNNATURAL SON
Assaulted His Father When
Urged to Reform.
LESLEY H0U6HT8N ARRESTED
Fifteen Years Old, and Spends
All His Time In Saloons.
After Striking His Father He At
tempted to Escape From the
Threatened with chastisement unless
he quit the life of sin he was accused
of leading, Lesley Houghton, 15 years
of ncc, assaulted hly father at police
headquarters last night and made a
desperate attempt to escape from cus
tody. He was captured, however, by
Patrol Driver Armstrong before he
gained the street and lodged in the city
Young: Houghton was wanted by the
police on the charge pf Incorrigibility.
The charge was preferred by his father,
who alleged that the lad spent all his
time loafing In saloons and In visiting
places of vice and wickedness. He was
taken In by the police last night and
held In the desk sergeant's olhce until
the arrival of his fajher.
FATHER'S OFFERS DISDAINED.
On rcachlnc the station the elder
Houghton begged the boy to return
home with 1dm. offering him every op
portunity to change his ways and se
cure employment. The lad stolidly re
fused, declaring that he preferred a life
of liberty to any that the old man
might offer. Finally .the father insisted
that he would see that the youngster
was punished if he did not obey his
commands and shun the companions he
ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE.
Without warning the boy suddenly
leaped from his chair and struck vi
ciously at his father. At the same time
he dashed through a door into the main
corridor of the building and ran to
wards the street. The only ofllcers
who were at the station at the time
were Desk Sergeant Livingstone and
Patrol Driver Armstrong. Both ofllcers
attempted to seize the boy as he darted
away, but he eluded them.
ARMSTRONG GAVE CHASE.
Armstrong gave chase and captured
him as he was making good his escape.
He was lodged in the jail to await a
hearing in Judge Diehl's court this aft
ernoon. The charge of incorrigibility
was entered against him.
Even after the- assault the father of
fered to take the boy home it he would
promise to lead a better life. The lad
persistently refused and went to Jail
with apparent willingness rather than
make the promise.
CITY IN NEW HANDS
(Continued From Pago 1.)
gravitating to the south and the Re
publicans to the north side. A motion
was made to the effect that the mem
bers coming in be given their seats by
lot. This was amended and it was de
cided to leave them as they were sit
ting. The matter did not amount to
much, but there was more or less said,
and it plainly showed that the new
members on both sides know how to
stand up and speak for their rights.
The appointments made by the new
city officials were read, and in every
lnBtanco approved by unanimous vote
of the members. Mayor Morris has as
yet made no appointments. He, how
ever, sent In a comunlcatlon Indicating
the policy he Intends to pursue, which
The appointments of City Recorder
Crltchlow were as follows: Chief
deputy, R. W. Hartley; deputy in
criminal division or court, wn-
liam H. Leary; clerk In criminal di
vision of City court, W. H. Wllkcns;
deputy civil division of City court,
George Maycock, clerk civil division of
Citv court, W. D. Neal; stenographer
and deputy. Miss Ethel McDonald;
stenographers, Miss Tilly Mortcnsen
and Miss Emma Hodges.
Those of City Treasurer Fisher S.
Harris: Chief deputy, George H. Wood;
alerks, "W. P. Jennings and M. W.
Beaver; license collectors, John Halver
son and J. H. H.aslam.
Those of City Auditor C. B, Felt:
Chief deputy, W. D. Bowring; clerk,
Miss Sara Eddlngton.
Those of City Attorney C. C. Dey:
First assistant, W. H. Bramel; second
assistant. D. O. Wllley, Jr.; stenog
rapher, Nellie K. Montgomery.
COMMITTEE ON RULES.
President Hewlett named the follow
ing members, one from each ward, as
the Committee on Rules, and adjourn
ment until next Monday night was then
taken: A. J. Davis, Wells, Barnes,
Preece and Martin.
TRIBUTE TO EEISER.
Retiring City Auditor Remomhered
' by Employees.
Albert S Reiser, who was supplanted
in the office of City Auditor by C. R.
Felt yesterday, was presented with a
handsome umbrella as. a little token of
esteem by his deputies and employees.
The umbrella Is a beautiful piece of
workmanship, the handle being
trimmed In gold and the silk of the
finest quality. The presentation speech
by Deputy A L. Nash was short, but
fully expressed the high regard In
which Mr. Reiser la held by those who
have been under him.
MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR.
New Executivo Extends Greeting to
The following Is the text of the first
communication addressed by Mayor Mor
ris to tho City Council:
To the Honorable President and Members
of tho City Council.
Gentlemen: Appreciative of tho fact
that wo are about to enter upon Impor
tant and public dutlog, I taka tills pppor-
USED BY ALL NATIONS
AND FAMOUS THE
WORLD OVER IS
1 i IMPORTED BYl
E ; MfflllillRGO. E
A i SAN FRANCISCO I A
tunlty of addressing you briefly and con
gratulating you upon your election as
members of this body chosen as It Is to
tho performance of a sacred trut and to
assure you at the outset that it Is my
sincere desire that we shall work har
moniously together for tho best good of
our rapidly growing city To do this
there are several prime essentials:
1. It Is desirable that wo- rocognlzc
each other's rights. That we remember
that wc are chosen to represent the In
terests of all classes of the community
without regard to political or other differ
ences. 2. That we are face to face with prob
lems of the gravest character, and that
It is necessary , to approach, consider and
dispose of them In an intelligent and
proper manner. To accomplish this there
should bo an entire absence of the strife
and discord that so frequently mar the
work of public bodies.
3. That wc should be so mindful of the
fact that we are expected nay, more,
that It Is demanded of ug that we glvo the
taxpayers of this city a thoroughly busi
nesslike administration. That Important
questions bo met with deliberation and
wisdom; that public improvements ho
mado according to our needs and ability;
that our needs are great, wc all know;
that our efforts should be equal to the oc
casion Is apparent.
I. That to obtain these results It shall
bo my aim to appoint as heads of depart
ments, only men whom I personally know
to be honest and capable and peculiarly
fitted by education and experience to tho
respective positions to which they will bo
named. In the selection of such officials
I do not propose to confine myself to but
one political organization. On the con
trary It is my Intention to recognize and
deal justly with both so far as tho pro
prieties of the situation will allow.
Finally, I desire to state that I shall ad
dress you at greater length in the near
future, after I have received tho reports
of the heads of departments of the city
government and can formulate my mes
sage to tho Council, In that I hope to bo
able to define a policy with reference to
public needs that will meet with your ap
proval and support. Meanwhile I desire
to- extend a cordial welcomo at all mem
bers of the Council who may desire to
visit mo at tho Mayor's office or else
where to confer or counsel with me re
garding city business. Not only do I ex
tend such Invitation, but I trust Ujat It
will bo accepted In tho hope that wo will
thoroughly understand each other In the
discharge of the responsibilities we owe
the public Respectfully,
RICHARD P. MORRIS, Mayor.
POLICE TRACING BABY CRIME
Officers Are Now Confident That They
Will Apprehend the Wrong
Doers. The police have taken up a now Hue of
Investigation In the case of tho dead baby
found at the garbage crematory a few
day3 ago. They have decided that tho
wagon driver was mistaken as to the
bundlo which ho took from a barrel, and
now bollcvo that tho infant was deposited
with the rubbish from the Board of Trade
building or the terrace In Phlpps' court.
The theory Is supported by the fact that
the bundlo containing the body was In tho
midst of a quantity of letters and papers
from tho Board of Trado block. Two or
three parties arc being Investigated, and
tho detectives feel that they are draw
ing tho net closer all tho time. Even
though they aro unable to gather suffi
cient evidence to secure a conviction, they
hopo to bring the crime so near homo
that other persons will not be tempted to
conceal their frailty In tho same manner.
M WHEN YOD COME HERB 1
I FOR YOUR PIANO I
D Touil always find U3 I
ml willing and glad to meot
I competitive prices and t
HI terms. Quality of goods, 8
II of course, considered. n
Wl And when you buy your t
Bl Piano hero thero's no fc
Bl question of the quality. Jm
' WINE of :
fe sc Cigar
The Largest Selling Brand of
Cigars in the World.
1 SSeaii Sweep Sale! n
0 You're in Luck if You Have Waited for ur 3
t Great ANNUAL PRE-INVENTORY SALE !
The price we name on the class of merchandise offered surpasses in value-giving any sale 2.
u that Salt Lake has ever known. Past experience has satisfied the public that we advertise only ft
facts. We make mention of only a few bargains. Our store is running over with them. h
' MEN' SUITS Values 12.00, 1:3.50 and 15.00, CHOICE 7.50. g
3 MEN'S SCJTS Values 20.00 to 30.00, ONE-FOURTH OFF.
5 MEN'S OVERCOATS ONE-FOURTH OFF. 2
g; BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS 25 TO 50 PER CENT OFF. JS
O MEN'S ODD PANTS ONE-FOURTH OFF. ' '
.w . MEN'S SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR 25 TO 50 PER CENT OFF. -
f HATS VALUES 1.50 TO 3.00 CHOICE 95c. ,
I ROWE & KELLY CO. 1
one price. 132 MAIN STREET. plain figures.
DR. C. W. HIGG1NS
baa ono of the very latest X-Ray and
Electrical Machines In his office.
Eleotrio Baths and all of the very latent
treatments given, in tho most colentifla
Microscopic Medical Institute
O. "W. Hifjjjinfl, M. D., Mgr.-and'Prop,
ST. EUilO HOTEL,
Corner Main and Third South.
5Twi practice a In Salt Lnko City for twn-ty-flvo
voarn. and the wonderful and well
established cur9 ho han effected in that
tlmo pj"Ovo tho sclontlflc principles on
-which hln medicines aro compounded.
Forming diagnosis by tho aid of tho mi
croscope enables him to detect tho pri
mary cause of dlscasee and effect a
radical euro. Tho doctor has cured thou
sands of cases of
TTorvous Debility, Mental and Phyol.
col Weakness and Nervous
And vrin forfeit ?500 for any ease fatten
under his treatment which ho falls ta
All classes of prlvato diseases cured and
all old, llnpcrlne diseases, which vjtlato
the blood and Impair tho svsto-n, thor
oughly and permanently cured. Llvoa.and
Jdanoy complaint cured All classes of
fit cured. Tapeworm removed with head
or no pay. Ofnco hours. 10 to 2-20 and 7 to
9 p. xo.
Pleoso send for a list of queutlonn to
Jtt. C W. Hlssins, Salt Lake City. Utah.
j NOW ON AT I
l 61, 63, 65 MAIN ST.
ni'mprrwi" r" 'Tiffti sffmnTTKr
J OHN BUCKLE Cc SON.
235 SO. MAIN ST.
ff. O. Box 682,. Bait Lak City.
jp It's the Salt
aggs Lake Stamp
Pligllff& lhat Makes
ft 167 S. W. Tempi
h jfffarrf Salt Lake City,
j SERVICE I
1 If you can do better elsewhere It H
I Is your privilege. All we ask Is H
B that you will not assume you can H
" do better without glvlnn us a B
1 r,i. chanco to prove our m
-. txamlna- service. ocullBta 1
f! tlono Free, prescriptions filled. i
Utah ptical Co., 1
I J. II. Knickerbocker, O. D Royal
X "V. DnyncH, O. D. g
I Main St.
I CARPENTER. CONTRACTOR. S
'Phono 1053-Z. a
H. P. WILLIAMS, B
160 E. 2ND SO. J
HI All kinds of woodwork, Includlntr I
' everything from the making of modols B
and patterns to ropalrlnff or building H
l a house.
I I SSfp The word "Burling- 1
ton" is like "Sterling" I
STEIlLIfIG n sver It denotes a
high standard I
iyfl We think our service I
SILVEB justifies the compari-
a ' s0 ' y I
t; The best way cast Is through S
h jejuni? V f p -nffi the mountain scenery of Colo- ' .1
'i wMEffiKp0lK99nl rado and over the short lino from H
r iffi OlFJ Denver the Burlington. p
pPipBBM3E TICKETS: 79 West Second South St 1
'9 E. P. NESLEN, General Agent. 9
jj SALT LAKE CITY. 1
jj At this office you con buy tickets to I
j? and from. Europe via every lino tvhich 9
? crosses the Atlantic the shortest I
t 1 : ' an( cheapest as well as the fastest y
-. , and highest-priced. jj
'4 Rates aro as low as tho lowest. 1
2 Now is the time to plan that win- 8
h her trip. Let's talk it over.
i dS E" DE-KE ist. Pass. Agent
llO AB. nUij G BIBLE Trav- Pas3- Agent, I
siKsn niisk 100 West suth st
3 lil SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. j
j . ;
i A. H. MOFFET, General Agent, Denver, Colo.
WINTER MONTHS J
i ' 3
jj Travelers will naturally want to cut
tho time they are en route to th East
as short as possible. '.
1 UNION PACIFIC
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
j Is the route to select on an Eastern
' trip if you aro anxious -to make your'
trip a short ono.
1C. S. WILLIAMS, Commercial Agent,
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Ry.,
M 106 W. Second South SL Salt Lake City, Utah
from Ogdcn, Portland IH
Butte, San Francisco, Chi- IjH
chro, St Ixtuls, Omaha
and Denver 8:30 a.m. kaj
From Ogdcn and Intorroedl-
at polnta 9:10 n,m, IB
From 0?den. Cach- Valley.
end Intermediate) points.... 11:55 a.m. fH
From Ordcn, Chicago. St. jH
Louis, Kana.-ifl City, Oma- IH
hn, Denver nnd Snn Fran- fAH
elaeo 4:05 p.m. MBBJ
From OKdcn, Cache Valley. IH
Bt Anthony, Portland and aI
Ban Franclaco 6:55 p.m. IH
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chicago. fjfjfl
Denver, Konnaa City and faH
Bt. Louis 6:00 IH
For Opdcn. Portland, St. An- H
thony, San Francisco nnd fH
Intormcdlato polnta 10:ZO a.m.
For Ogdcn. Omnhx. Chicago, IIbH
DcrtVer, Kansas City. St. IH
Lou a and San Francisco... 1:10 p.m. IBBaj
For Ocdon. Cacho Valley, IbVVS
Denver, Kansas City. Oma-
ha, SL Loula and Chicago. 5:45 p.m. BH
For Offdcn, Cacho Valley.
Butte. Helena, Portland. HbH
San Francisco and lntcrmo- HBBbJ
dlato points 11:45 p.m. laH
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traffic Mffr. "AbV
D. E. BURLEY. O, P. & T. A.
D. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. & T, A.
City Ticket office, 201 Main street. IH
Telephone 20. lH
TIME Tt I
San Pedro. Los An- HL4? TbbV
peles & Salt Lako TOi1'Z ffaaV
R. R. Co. mr IH
From Oregon Short Line Depot Salt
Lako City: IH
For Provo, Lehl, Fairfield and
Mercur, conncctlncr at Ncphi
for Mantl and Intermediate
points on Sanpeto Valley P.y.7.:30 a.m
For Garflold Beach. Tooele,
Stockton, Mammoth, Eureka IH
and Silver City (via Learn- nH
lngton cut-off) 8KX) a.m i
For Provo, American Fork, i VafafJ
Lohl, Juab, Mllford. Frisco, IH
Callcntcn and Intermediate hH
points 6:05 p.m
From Provo, American Fork, r"' ,"' f
Lehl, Juab, Mllford. Frisco.
Callentes and Intermediate
points ""9:35 a.m
From Provo, Lehl. Fairfield, VjfB
Mercur and Sanpct) Valley IH
Ry. points 5:35 p.m
From Silver City, Mammoth.
Eureka. Stockton. Tooelo Bjaai
and Garfield Beach 5:35p.xa
Dallv Pullman Buffet Slcoplnp Car Scr- jH
vice between Salt Lake, Mllford. Modcna lH
Direct otaso connections for all mlnlnz IH
districts In Bouthcrn Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street. ;
For particulars call on or address
aconts, Salt Lako Route, or J. L. Mooro, jH
' Commercial Agent. IH
BJ. Vf. GILLETT, General Passoncor IH
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car, Salt Lako City to Et, fH
Louis and Kansas City. Only ono ohang ikV
to New York. Buffalo and principal polnU IBbH
East low rates for suramer travel.
Especial attention to ladles and chiU il
Tourist sleepers (fcrough to Chlcagt
Boston and other points without chango. H
Two tralnu dally. laH
Inqulro at ticket office, 103 Dooly blo-ck.
Bait Lako City. Any Information cheer.
fully given. H. a TO vVNSEND. 'H
iG. P. & T. X. Missouri Pacific Ry., Bt
Louis, Mo. IbbH
C A. TRIPP, C. P. Agent lOH
Salt Lake City. jH
Ib effeot November 23, 168. "j BkV
I LEAVE SALT LAKE CITT.
I Tfo. 10 For Bingham. Hcbor, IH
( Provo and Marysvale .v..... 8rW) hBbV
U No. 103-For Park City 8:16 a.m,
I No. 6 For Denver and East.... B:B0 o-iu,
I No. 6 For Ogden and "Woot....IO:CO a-mj
h No. 1 For Ogdcn and "West 1:45 p.m
54 No. 2 For Denver and East.... 3:15 p.m,
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka.. 5:00 p.m. BpB
No. 9 For Ogden aud local pta. 6:06 p.m.
m No. 4 For Denver and Eupt 8rtfi p-m,
, No. 3 For Ogden and West 13:10 a-m. BHl
I ARRIVE AT SALT LAKH CITT.
I 'No. 0 From Ogden and the East 8n0 a.m,
No. 13 From Ogden and local pts 8:06 a.m. HbH
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. .10.-00 a.m, l&H
No. 6 From Donver and East. .10:40 a.m. llbH
No. 1 From Denver and E&st..l:S5 P m, BjH
i No. 2 From Option and the "West 3'CB p,m,
P No. 101 From Park City 6:15 p.m,
J tjo. 9 From Bingham, Hcber, BLBB
) Provo and Mar'a'ole 6.-00 p.m,
No. 4 From Ogden and tho West 755 p.m, J
i 20 sFrom Denver and East,..H9 p.nv IH
' All trains oxoopt Noo. 1 to Sfftop t-la jH
I lexmedlate polnta. BH
! Ticket Office. Dooly Block. t
I 'Phone 05. IftH
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"Santa Fe Route."
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