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i I 6 The S.Air Lake Tribxjte: Mojjdatt MojmEsG Majxch 21, 1904.
1 ( MINE AND PROSPECT; FURNACE AND MILL j
I UTAH MINES ON
1 . ATLANTIS SHORES
Depression in Daly West a Mystery
Hj to the Talent Candid State-
ments by Broker Child.
H With but little demand for Daly West
that on tho present market Is affording
..Jts nhareholders 25 per cent per annum
JE and other securities correspondingly
jH depressed there Is not much Inducement
I 'for thoso promoting: the legitimate to
H ko East In search oi a "sinkingfund,"
H ""said William H- Child, the mining brok-
H . 'C-r and mining man, on his return from
H the cities of the Atlantic yesterday. On
9. IT the contrary, he views It protty much
B , si a waste of time, money and onergy.
fl ' - and yet every man, perhaps, has a clr-
H ile of poreonal friends who may be
ready to join him on his personal as
H durance that the undertaking is a mer-
H Jtorlous one. Added to a widespread
H -'Indifference In the East toward Invost-
jH . ment are the bitter disappointments of
MH those who have run up against the ?pu-
M rlous, and while Utah's record Is ex-
I7)osed to less criticism than any of the
States, It has been a sufferor none the
less. However, the list from none of
the "Western States has a larger fol
lowing than that from this State and
while the crystallzatlon of some of the
most meritorious has been tedious and
t'lvldends slow. Investigation has gen
. erally taught that the goods aro on
hand with bread-money to follow as
soon as they are sent to market, Mr.
Child says he met many who have in
Vested their moneys In Beaver county
especially In Majestic to solicit whose
co-operation in anything Is to solicit
reproach, whllo the man who bought
Ialy West when It was up and has seon
It flatten out while paying 117,000 per
month holds out anything" but a glad
hand. The man who bought Con. Mer
cur when the shares were up and who
has seen them flatten out is another to
whom It la lolly to present any kind of
a proposition at this time, and along
the same line are others.
Meantime there is plenty of money in
Kastcrn vaults, but to loosen It up some
.method out of the ordinary is required.
Mr. Child mentioned a number of wild
ats from neighboring States whose
ravages have done much to provoke this
TcondirIon, and even at this time refer
ence Is made to a class that Is throwing
on dividends from "he sales of treasury
Mock. During his pilgrimage he met
not a few of those who have Interested
themselyes in the Cheba Gold and Sli
ver Mining company whose interests In
Humboldt county, Nov., are responding
-so satisfactorily at this time and, in
touch almost hourly with developments
Ihere, he has no doubt of Its ultimate
productiveness. Homeward Mr. Child
visited friends in Pennsylvania, Mis
souri and Kansas and returns visibly
. benefited by the pilgrimage.
I I 111 TO ADD TO EXHIBITS
1 AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
With which to embellish the Colo
rado mineral exhibit at tho St. Louis
-reposition the $250,000 collection owned
by John F. Campion of the illustrious
Johnny mine at Leadvllle, has been
placed at the disposal of Gov. Peabody
and the commissioners of that State.
- It Is said of Mr. Campion's collection
that it is unquestionably the most valu
able, as a private achievement, In the
world, the World's Fair board cxecut
i Jng a bond in tho sum of $125,000 as a
"guarantee against any losses. There
re cabinets In Utah that while noj. so
"flittering as that of Mr. Campion, no
loiibt teach as many lessons on variety
in the mineral-bearing world and one
.cr two of these could not but add to
the impressiveness of Utah's exhibit.
1MUST SHOOT OR
LAY DOWN THE GUN
The crop of attachments that has grown
'bp around tho mines and smelter of tho
Majestic Mining company during tho pres
ent month and tho action of tho Voting
Trust committee In New Yorlc, -which has
been unable to tow the enterprise out of
the billows, has all local inlorcsts think
ing seriously, and If there Is any opposi
tion to tho "ultimatum" which Is to bo
5 voted on March 2Sth it will coma from
! Eastern Bourccs. Tho voto at that time
- vlll decide whether or not tho Majestic
will Join the Monarch company, recently
1 . organized at a capitalization of $15,000,000.
!lt Is now up to tho Majcatlc to shoot or
lay down tho gun. Tho creditors want
their money. Tho attachments hourly
piling up emphaslzo It.
' The committee In its exhibit says that
'"from tho Information obtained It is be
lieved that tho smelter was built a year in
advance of th5 development of the mines,
and would have to bo shut down until tho
properties were put in a condition to pro
duce sufficient oro to supply It."
- It is said hore that tho smelter has cost
- the company $200,000, If not more. This
Rum, according to the committee, is about
lho amount of the Indebtedness. Ellml
r.ato this and tha mines are left unincum
bered. By local lntorcsts this Is embraced
as a "vindication" at least of the mines
and to that ertent aro the diggings of
1 Utah vindicated. Jt is not vindication tho
"Investor seeks, however, and ho Is accord
ingly looking forward to the action of tho
shareholders on March 2Sth with much
It was said yesterday by a gentleman In
1 touch with Monarch interests that na
! matter what the decision of Majestic
shareholders, the former will proceed as
."outlined aomo lime aero.
I Pluto Mining Company.
Special to Tho Tribune
RTCHFIELB. March 20. Articles of In
corporation of the Pluto Mining company
have, been filed with the County Clerk
of Sevier county and forwarded to tho
"Secretary of State. Tho officers arc S.
F. Mount, president, Dwlght Metcer,
I vice-president; John Meteor, secretarv
H , and treasurer; and these thrc-o and Kat'o
Wh .Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
fly Diarrhoea Remedy
jfl Is the best and most popular medicine
fljl in uee for bowel complaints. It never
HI falls and is pleasant to take. Mr. R.
la -Woodward of Rosslyn, Ky says, "I.
have handled Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-
li jera and Diarrhoea Remedy for twelve
fjfl Years; have never sold a bottle that did
jjSI jiot give perfect satisfaction, and It is
lfl tho bet Belling diarrhoea medlclno that
t handle' For sale by all druggists,
il ii Lwiii.mu, " '
Mount and Lloyd Mount, directors. Tho
capitalization Is S23.000.
Twenty-seven claims comprlso tho hold
ings of tho Pluto company. They are
situated In Millard county, about flvo
miles west of Sclplo. In evldenco Is a
flesuro vein between llmo wnlls that crops
r up plainly for a length of feet. Two
shafts on thoso diggings dlsclofio a two
foot ledge of ore that goes well In lead,
pure- gnle.na being frequently found. In
the near future tho management will con
tinue sinking on this promising lode, and,
unless they aro badly disappointed, wlli
open up a paying proposition with a rea
sonable increase of depth.
THE WORD "ORE"
AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE
Appealed to for a definition of tho word
"ore," tho Mining Reporter, of Donvor
says it depends a great deal upon tho pur
pouo for which hucIi doflnltlon Is made.
In our notes, wo find that tho word "oro"
has boon deflnod by tho Colorado courts,
although wo cannot placo our hands upon
tho namo of tho Judge or tho case. The
Colorado doflnltlon of "oro" la: "Minora!
that can bo mined and reduced to a uso
ful material at a profit" It must bo
obvious that this definition Is not com
plete. Thoro aro largo bodies of oro now
known, whloh at present aro not work
ablo at a profit. For oxample a great
deal of tho material that Is thrown over
the dumps at Tonopah will run much
higher than tho average grado of oro
mined at Cripplo Crook. As wo under
stand It, $30 oro Is worthless at tho pres
ent moment at Tonopah. To say this 1b
not oro Is ridiculous, because It Is per
fectly certain that In tho very near future
conditions will be so changed as to mako
this material valuable. Tho minor recog
nizes this distinction by referring to "orO"
as "high" or "low" grade, or often "pay"
ore. If an oro la a mineral that can bo
mined at a profit, the term "pay ore" Is
unnecessary, but tho fact that the term
"pay" oro has boon coined only goes to
ohow that tho minor does not regard tho
word "oro" as implying a mineral that
will pay a profit. "Ore" might better bo
defined as a mlnoral which contains a
metal that can bo mined at a profit, olther
now or at some future time." For exam
pleIron pyrites, whllo often an oro of
gold, Is not an oro of Iron, although It
contains ovor 50 por cent of tho iattor
metal; owing to tho sulphur that It con
tains, it is exceedingly unlikely Uiat it will
ever be worked, for Iron.
TO ERECT A MILLi
FOR NEVADA TALENT
James' B. Flemmlng, a formor superin
tendent of tho great Silver King mill at
Park City, who Is now completing a plant
In Arlzonn, Is scheduled to arrive In Salt
Lake early next month, and, with A. C.
Roddlng, will go to Ely, Nov., for the
purpose of experimenting and determining
tho adaptability of tho White Pino Cop
per company'3 ores to concentration, chlo
rlnatlon and emcltcr treatmont. says the
News of that camp. Upon the UndlngB of
the gentlemen depends tho erection of a
small experimental plant by tho White
Pino company tho coming summor. How
over, tho company is to bo commended for
tho conservatism and good ralno manage
ment they aro showing by first determin
ing tho process best adapted to tho treat
ment of tholr ores, of which tlioy have,
millions of tons already blocked out, bc
foro erecting a monument of folly to blot
their operations, as so many other com
panies In tho camp have done.
AWARDED THIS WEEK
The opening of bids and tho awarding of
contracts for tho Newhouso concentrator
with which to reduco tho ores of tho Cac
tus group of mines, out of Frisco, and In
tho equipment of which twenty million
pounds of material will be employed, will
take placo tho present week, the lucky
bidder. In each instance, obligating his
company to rush the order, that tho plant
may bo rushed to completion. It Is a blg
taak, of courso, said a bidder during the
day, but with tho working plans In hand,
and tho slto prepared, the plant should bo
In commission long beforo the close of tho
year. Whllo a notlco served upon tho
contestants aomo tlino ago required that
all bids bo on tho table by March 13th, tho
management has been quite Indulgent and
tho result la that all feel that they havo
had fair play and an open field.
SOME RARE LEA1
ORES IN THE DIG6IN6S
Wulfenlte and vanadlnlte are rare lead
ores, but aro occasionally found In Utah,
Arizona and New Mexico, says tho Min
ing and Scientific Press of San Francisco.
'Wulfenlte 13 lead molybdato, containing
molybdenum trloxlde 30.3 per cent, and
lead oxide C0.7 per cent Calcium some
times replaces the lead. This mineral Is
found In square tabular crystals, some
times massive, and either coarse or line.
Ha hardness Is 2.75 to 3, but It is very brit
tle. Color yellow, orango yellow, honey
yellow, greenish, grayish white, some
times brlcht red, streak white. Vanadln
lte Is a vanadato of lead and also contains
chlorine; vanadium pentoxldo 19.1, lead
protoxldo 73.7: chlorine 2.5, or lead vana
dato M).2 and lead chloride O.S. Phosphorus
Is also often present-, also sometimes arse
nic, both replacing vanadium; in color re
sembles wulfenlte. Tho attempt is to bo
made to work some of the Arizona mines
containing these minerals to obtain the
rare molybdenum and vanadium con
tained In them. In former years largo
quantities of these minerals wero sent to
the lead smelters, together with earbonato
MR. PACKARD'S MILL
AT HAILEY, IDAHO
Tho mill at the Tiptop mines at nallcy,
Ida., and owned solely by John Q. Pack
ard, to whom Salt Lake City Is Indebted
for a $100,000 library, is to go Into com
mission as soon as tho snow disappears.
And It will be run with water pumped
from the mines. Once started tho mill
will continue at work permanently, ex
cepting for unavoldablo stoppages due to
other causes than tho lack of oro, says
the Times of Ha Hoy.
This mill is of twenty Btamps, but Its
capacity Is sixty to eighty tons a day
Tho water used in It has heretofore been
pumped from Rock creek, a vertical
ralso of 0W feet In a length of about' a
mile. This station has been dismantled
and the boiler moved up to the mine,
whero it will bo used to keep the lower
Tho Tiptop mines Ehow extensive
bodies of gold and coppor-bearlng ores
that could keep- oven a l-3tarnp mill at
work for several years.
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Transfers Thursday last voro recorded
as they follow on tho Snn Francisco board i
MacNamara, 1700 at 10321c; G500 at 21c.
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford. Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern.
' Palmer Ilo'joe
DENVER Brown Palnce.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Coati.
LOS ANGELES Tho Amcelua. B. F.
Gardner. 303 Spring Street
NEW TORK Waldorf-Astoria, Impe
rial, Antor House.
OMAHA The Millard, The Paxton.
PORTLAND, OR. Portland HotoL
BT. LOUIS Planters', Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
Washington wniard. Raioicn.
buyer nlnoty days; Montana-Tonopah, 400
at 51.25; Rescue, 1000 nt Sc. buyer thirty
days; Belmont, 00 at 5tfii30c: 600 at 63c,
buyer ninety days, Paymaster. 500 at 11c,
buvcr nlnoty days; Midway, 1000 at 33S36c;
North Star, 200 at 31ff32c. United Tonopah,
1500 at 14c, seller ton days; 100 at 10a
OLD IMPERIAL INTERESTS
ARE ALL ADJUSTED
A correspondent writing from Cherry
Creek, Nov., In which camp not a fow
Salt Lakers aro Interested. sayB P. II.
Cannon returned from a business visit to
Salt Lake City Sunday. Ho reports tho
financial matters of the Old Imperial Min
ing company aro all satisfactorily ar
ranged. A new steel cable and other oup
pllos aro In IranBlt, and on arrival hero
tho cablo will bo put In position and work
resumed In tho company's mines.
General Manager Stallman Is oxpectod
to visit tho Star proportion In a few days.
Tho WIdo West mill Is doing good work
on that company's oro, and custom cro
from Cocomungo la at tho mill waiting
reduction. Supcrlntondont Lclshman re
ports work at the mlno dovcloplng bodies
of ore to his satisfaction.
THE TRIUMPHS OF
Commenting on tho Great Boulder Per
severance of Australia, which Is managed
by Ralph Nichols, formerly of tho De La
Mar mines, and superintended by Michael
Flynn, a former superintendent of the
Sacramonto mines and mill at Mcrcur, an
Eastern publication says- "This com
pany's profits for tho month of December,
lf03, amounted to about ?1G5,000. bringing
the total profits for the year up to nearly
jl.&OO.OCO. A dividend of 75 cents has been
paid, leaving a cash balance In hand of
about $500,00o. The oro reserves have been
enlarged and It Is expected that tho mill
ing facilities will bo increased."
Tho Morning Glory's dellnquont sale Is
scheduled for today.
Tho 6-cent assessment on AJax of Tin
tic becomes delinquent tomorrow.
Messrs. Mulloy, Stoddard and Brewster
of tho Bingham & New Haven Mining
company left Its properties at Bingham
President David Keith of tho Silver
King will devoto himself to an inventory
of oro bodies opened up by Assistant
General Manager Daflcy tho present
The army of prospectors now exploring
tho country through which the San Pedro
will operate Is being steadily added to,
notwithstanding an Eastern effort to dis
Tho Copper Belt railway will open tho
new week at Bingham with a second
locomotive on tho tracks, and the move
ment of ores from tho various properties
With tho Yankee Con. drawing down
over $3000 for a carload of ore every fow
weeks, In addition to' earnings from the
regular shipments, the shareholder will be
excused for looking forward to brcod
monei. Tho season at Alta will open with a
larger tonnago of cro for the valley
smelter than nt any period In many
yearn, and. said nn Interest In the old
camp yesterday, tho output of 1003 will
be more than doubled.
The contract for sinking tho new 200
foot shaft In tho Rocco-Homestakc mine
at Hamilton has been awarded to Tom
Whalcn ( and "Shorty" Dugan of Ely,
Nov., they being tho lowest bidders.
James Tutty and Pete Dorenbcrgcr went
ovor last night to assist In tho work, and
the four will put the shaft down In record-breaking
M. Coflln of Boise, Ida., brothcr-In-law
of Mrs. B. Strandman. Is In Salt Lake
City this week conferring with Judge O.
W. Powers regarding tho McKlnley com
pany's liability for tho death of Mr.
Strandman, which occurred In an unused
shaft last summer, and It Is hoped that
an amlcablo settlement of tho affair may
be reached, says the Mining Review of
White Pino News: W. D. Clemens camo
In from Lund Monday. Mr. Clemens re
ports the prospects for a lively copper
camp In tho Ellison district this summer
as exceedingly favorable. Representa
tives of the syndicate In which J. Phelps
Stokes is Interested will bo on the
ground next week ready to make tho first
payment of 511,000 on tho claims under
I 0K i
0 No lot down in the uniform )
slandard of highest quality of 0
JRKI). J. K1KSEL 4 CO.,
() Oedco, UUJi. M
bond, and also put a number of men to
work upon them.
Tho dollar assessment on tho !() sharer,
of Cfodlvn of Tlntlc had been all paid In
on Saturday, and tho auctioneer lost an
Largs, superb nnd Incomparable- Lo
cal and long-dlstanco telephone In
Pcmbroko Sells It.
But has no solicitors on the etreeL
'Phone us 75S for everything In office
supplies, stationery, printing, binding.
Sign of tho big yellow pencil.
Filo It Hecord It
Wo will -do the rest tho record don't
come off till he pays.
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts,
Top Floor Commercial Block,
Francis G- Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
GRAIN PRODUCT FOR
WASHINGTON, March 20. Tho foreign
crop report of tho Department of Agri
culture gives tho following:
Austria official estimates of wheat crop
of 1003. 48,014,03 bushels of CO pounds each;
ryo, S1,1B7,C2S bushels of 56 pounds; barley,
73,872,512 bushels of -IS pounds; oats, 12S.
323.1S1 bushels of 32 pounds, and maize, 10,
0W.M3 bushels of K pounds.
Australia whoat crop of 1M3-4 undoubt
edly very largo and will leave an unusual
quantity available for export.
Argentina, vlslblo wheat supply about 56
por cent greater than a year ago and dou
blo that at corresponding dato In 1902. Tho
surplus available for export out of tho
19&3-1 crop is unofficially estlnatcd at
over SO,000,OCO bushels.
Roumanla wheat area sown In the fall
of 1003 officially estimated at 4,011. 412
acrcas; ryo area, 526,923; barloy, 81,401, and
Russia official estimates, wheat area for
1E03. 577,261,255 acres, production, C21.-I57.C53
bushels of CO pounds; rye, 912.007,655 bush
els of 56 pounds; oats, 759.7S2.310 bushels of
32 pounds, and barley. 37.470,361 bushels.
Llvo stock, horses. 28,070.560; cattle, -H.251,-600;
sheop and goats, 71,541.200, and swlno,
Hungary crops reported officially satis
factory. Turkey Gorman Consul-Gcnernl reports
grain crops of Turkoy extraordinarily
Italy Crop conditions fairly good.
France Official primary estimates of
1903-1 crop areas are: Wheat, 15,020, 12k
acres; rye, 3,236,430; barloy, 360,099; oats.
2,021,978. Tho winter wheat area In over 3
per cent less than a yoar ago. Condition
of cereals stated as falling somewhat bo
Netherlands Weather too mild and wet.
Portugal "Wheat crop larger than first
supposed and requirements from abroad
estimated at 3.000,000 bushels.
Uruguay Wheat crop a medium yield,
but of excellent quality.
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E Thono 2000. S
X Donnas 1
I Reavis will
I Remove AfooisL
March 23 to j
I 32-34 Main.
"The Z. C. M. I. I
I will bs opposite." n
rflriTirTTTTTTHi I llll jW'.U'i ill I UTtiaBty
vflfi have Jewelry,
ffi)v Jocks and sllvor
" v ware fountain pens, '
3 Wo manufacturo nearly overy-
! thing In the Jowelry line rings, t,
' pins, medals, chains and scarf f
We havo diamonds, opals, rubles, V
sapphires, turquoise, garnets, etc., 5
ij In fact a very large stock of looso
t stones. j!
" Wo make over old jewelry and do U
a tho finest ongravlng. JN
9 Webuy all kinds of old gold.
J. F. BOES, j:
I 259 S Main Streot. Salt Lake City.
laiWMin mini ugwiiky )tm,mm
Scott's SantaJ-Pcpsin Capsules
, POS8TDVE CURE
7or IaHnmrnaUOn or 0.lnnb
of thi Bladder and DlanMet.
JClJDeyt. No cure no puj
Cnroo fillet) and Pem
nntljr the nort c&r c
Gonorrhoea end io&f
no mattorof Voir lone otr.o
fnr. Abolntelr barale
Bold br ArnsgUlc Irl&
81. 00, or by mail, payola,
"7HE SAHTAL-PEPSIN CO.
F. J. HILL DRUG CO., Salt Luifa City.
f CHAMPAQNE M
I Tho Banquet Brand 3
I SEC BRUT flj
YeUow Label dold Label
A. VI0NIER CO., Distributors 1
SAM FRANCISCO, CAL. f
HIEGER & IINDLEY, Distributors,
Salt Lako City.
I RAZOR STROP
ISA DAHiY NECESSITY FOR
THE MAN WHO HAS TO
b STROP, SELF ADJUSTING
l AND REVERSIBLE, ONE
SIDE OF RUSSIAN LEATHER,
fl THE OTHER OF LINEN DUCK
E HOSE CANVAS, TAKES
I PROPER CARE OF THE
I RAZOR, ALLOWING NO
S BLADE TO BECOME ROUND-
f ED. THE PRICES RANGE
WITH THE SIZES, FROM 50
CENTS TO S3.
E Cars Stop.
xyL. r for 85300,
" P1"11 it -with
fy and sold it for S600O
I ' I That's paint profit. .
jj 'rftttonSun-I'roof I'nlnt piaraatecd for flro
1 jat. Ofttn laua dwado.
jj I'lroicu&iH Pun Gnu Co.. Gtart Dlitributin.
a BuJ for GocV ofPilnl Koovledco and a!tIpc (fn) to
G. W. fieri & Co.,
The Big Wall Paper House,
326 State St, Salt Lako City.
X Of the X
X Great Southeast.
X is best reached
X i by the
T PENETIIATES ELEVEN t-
' I BTAT35.9.
X Travelers from tho TToot may X
4- 1100 thlo lino through St. Louis, 4-
4- Mcmphlo or Birmingham. 4-
X War. FLANNELL.Y. T. P. A.
4- Board of Trade Bulldlnff,
4 Kanoao City, Mo.
Tis the "Comfort Line "
ONT THE POPULAR
I -ST. L0U3S
THE ERST AND
AS VB ARE THE ORIGINATORS
OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE.
DON'T YOU THINK IT WOULD
PAY YOU. IN TRAVELING TO
"GET THE HENDERSON ROUTE
HABIT?" IT WILL US.
US HBUT IT
W. C. LINDSAY, General Agont.
F. G. CUNNINGHAM,
Trav. Pass. Agent.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
H. B. WINDSOR,
'Phone 244- 62 West Second South.
I ElfEBYTH S NG YOIJ fEEO j
i For the season's work on the lawn and garden g
will be found in this store--rakes, hoes, spades, j
I lawn mowers, lawn weeders, garden hose, reels, m
nozzles, or anything else,
And they are all of the most substantial f
I make; and all are moderately priced. j
ITHE SALT LAKE I
1 i HARDWARE CO,
I 42- 44-46 WEST SECOND SOUTH.
If All Iraius are examined at every division station
182 that is, at intervals of a hundred miles or so.
When 3'ou hear the hammer ring or see the flare of fj$
fjjh torches, you know what is taking place your train is jf
P being "looked over." , px
P In this matter of examining equipment frequently i
P and thoroughly the Burlington is, perhaps, a little more pF
'M systematic than any other railroad. The reason is IT fc
I rAYS. I
to To Omaha and Chicago, leave Denver
5fl """TOnaaaiijjAijjiuiMt 4;iG p. m. and 10:35 p. m.; to Kansas Eg
1 II Wl Clty and st l"oui3'2:0 p' m and 10:35
1 IF Tickct 0ffice' 79 w S5C3nd South st M
ii fifejM llJlra R-E. NESLEN, Genoral Agent. Jtl
S HklaaBl SALT LAKE CITY. i
I "ZTI. 1
SrWii TIME um I
fiiii 'n Effect, (
From Osdcn. Torllnnd, BH
Butte, Sar. FranclBCO, Chi- !H
coro, St. Louis, Omaha, ' ffiH
and Denver 8:30 a.m. WM
From Offdcn and lntcrmcdl- rB
ate polnto., 0:10 p.m-
From Otrdon, Cache Valley. Al
and Intermediate point? 11:5b a.m.
From Ojrilen, Chicago, St.
Louis, Kansas City, Oma-
ha. Dcnvor .'tnd San Frin- IH
clcco , 4:05 p.za.
From Ofidcn, Cacbo A'alley. jH
St. Anthony,' Portland and
San Francisco 6:55 p.m.
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansns City, and
St. Louis 6:00 a.m.
For Odcn, Portland. SL An
thony, San Francisco and 1
intermediate points 102O a.m.
For Offdon. .Omaha, Chicago,
Denver. Kansas City, St.
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:10 p.m.
For Ogdcn, Cache Valley.
Denver, Kansas City. Oma- , H
ha, St. Louis and Chicago. 5:45 p.m. I H
For Ogrden. Cacho Vnllcy. '
Butte. Helena, Portland. H
San Francisco and Inter me- H
dlnto points , 11:45 p.m. H
T M. SCHUilACHEPs Traffic Mgr. VM
D. E. BI'RLEY, G. P. & T. A.
D. S. SPENCEP.. A. G. P. & T. A. ,H
City Ticket offlco. 201 Alain fitroot. HH
Tclophone 250. MH
TAMX i I
Ban Pedro, Los An- Sf V 1
Kelcs &. Salt Lako OUy
R. R. Co.
From Oregon Short Lino depot, Salt Laka 1
For Provo, LchL Fairrteld and j H
Nophl, Mantl and points on ' H
Sanpeto Valley Ry 7:30 a.m. jH
For Garfield Beach, Tooele, H
Stockton. lammotb. Eureka, H
and SUvor City '8:00 ajn-
For Provo, Amorican Forlc H
Lohl, Juab. illUord, Frisco.
Callentes and Interracdlatn H
points "6:05 p.m.
From Provo, American Fork.
LehU Juab, Mllford, Frisco.
Call"itc3 and lntormediato H
pointu 9:35 -a.m. H
From Prcr'o. Lohl, Fairfield. B
Mcrcur o'l Sanpeto Valley B
Ry. polme "5:35 p.m.
From Silver City, Mammoth.
Euroka, Stockton, Tooelo and
and Garfield Boach ''5:35 p.m. H
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Scr- IH
vice between Salt Lake, Milford, Modcna
and Callentes. ll
Direct stago connections for all mining, Hfl
districts in southern Utah and Ncvaxla, ; '' IB
City Ticket Office, 201 Main. Street.
E. V. GrLLETT, J. L. MOORE,
Gcn'l Pass. Agt. Commercinl Axt HH
TO ST. LOUIS.
Through car. Salt Lako City to S.t,.
Louis and Kansas City. Only ono chaniW HH
to New York, Buffalo and principal point' IH
East low rates for summer travel.
Especial attention to ladles and chll-
Tourlnt sleepers through to Chicago,
Boston and other points without cbanco.
Two trains daily.
Inquire at ticket office. 103 Dooly lilock, ,
Salt Lako City. Any Information choer- 1
fully given. H. C. TOWTs'SEND, BS
G. P. & T. A. Missouri Paclflo Ry., St.
Louis, Mo. IHFj
In offect November 22, 1903.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY.
Mo. 10 For Bingham. Ileber,
Provo and Maryavule S:(0 am
No. K-2-For Park City 3:15 aim
No. C For Dcnvor and East..... 5:20 a m
No. & For Ogdcn and West 10:50 n.m'
No. 1 For Ogden and West 1:15 p.m"
No. 2 For Denver and En3t 5:15 p ni' ll
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka.... 6:00 p'ni IH
No. I1 For Ogden and local pts C:05 p m"
No. -I For Denver and East S:05 p m"
No S For Ocdon and West 12-10 a.m."
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No. C From Ogdcn nnd tho East S:10 a.m.
No. IS From Ogdcn and local pts 9:05 a.m'
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. .10:00 a,m"
No 5 From Denver and East... 10:40 a m'
No. 1 From Denycr and Eust... 1:36 n'm'
No. 2 From Ogden and "West.... 3:05 n'm K
No. 101-Fiom Park City 5:15 5 m" HFj
No. From Bingham, Ileber, V't
Provo and Marj'svale n m M,i
No. I From Ogilen and tho West 7:55 n ni. VI
No. 3 From Denver and East.. .11:63 k'ni !
All train except Nos. 1 to C stop at in- !
termedlatu nolnts. M U
Ticket office, Dooly Block. Vfl
'Phono 205. M W
I. A. BENTON. G. A. P. D. L WjSM
A SIGN OF THE TIMES M
3TRHIWS OaiLY3 K
Prom Utah to HSS;
Kansas City and Chicago. tlj
Also direct line to Galveston El Hi'
Paso, City of Mexico and the miniite M,Wl
camps of New Mexico and Arizoim.V v mW
Ask me about reduced rates east.
C P. WA.RBEN, Hy
General Agent, No. 411 Dooly BloW K
Salt Lolso City. ' 1 UH