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II fNews of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill
If . iBOSTON CON. TO
; eOHO SMELTEB
Jlliroctors of Company Provided With
& Means With Which to Ac
jj ' V complish It. -
V To an array o smelters, custom and
independent, from 1 the furnaces of
(i ; which bullion of the value of $2,000,000
' '. or more is issuing monthly in Salt Lake
? , Talley, is to be added another, the ar
) ' chitect none other than the Boston Con.,
'J ; whose properties at Bingham have at
jf teined a position which, ln tho opinion
of a majority of its household, renders
Kuch an acquisition essential, if not lm
, pcrative, to tlie economic handling of
Its enormous resources.
A ' This was practically decided on at a
I conference of tho company's officials
.i in the local offices yesterday, and at
I which there were present the Messrs.
fi P. A. Schirmcr and E. E Aberci'omble
l ' of Boston and Mr. Samuel Newhouse of
' this city. . When the Boston members
jf' of the board left New York it was not
' tonly with data with which to urge the
I need of such equipment, but with means
with which to accomplish it. On their
ou'n assurances. Indeed, the visiting of
i 1 flcials are personally prepared to place
Ij. 1 at the disposal of the company such
! L4 moneys as the undertaking shall re
! quire, the shareholders" to be excused
from any participation in it unless re
quest is otherwise made by them. -That
' the ores of the Boston Con., Identical
i in quantity and in quality with those of
the neighboring bonanzas, should be
permitted to go to the enrichment of
'L sorno other company's undertaking or
' some other fellow's furnaces, does not
I) j harmonize with views entertained by
1 the management since the properties
1 L havo reached their proportions, and
'i yet the visitors have always agreed
i . , with Mr. Newhouse that; as a tempo
0 j rary arrangement the patronage of a
' neighbor's furnaces was the wisest
course to pursue. Nor will this pa
tronuge be withdrawn, said Mr. Schir
mcr On the contrary, the management
1 f will continue the delivery of Its ores
!, ' cs required under the contract with the
Bingham Con. to the latter's furnaces,
the company, meantime, to proceed
with the construction of its own
sme.Mer. This equipment, ho ex
plained, will enable the company to.
mine its ores. as they ' occur in the
' stopes, and without, reference to any
't. polity save that they shall maintain a
I 6 commercial average as at the neighbor
i ffi lng mines. The construction of the
f smelter will be along lines suggested
by the most efficient of many methods
j ' now ln. use. while to provide for its
j neesis the management will devote itself
to a most energetic campaign of devcl
' With the properties of the Newhouse
Mlniss and Smelter company, out of
IFritco, from which they returned yes- '
1 , Oterday morning, Messrs. Abercromble
i i 4 sand Schirmer were mor.t favorably 1m
' yprejitfed. ".Big as any half-dozen mines
1 in the average country," was the epl
, 1 'granimatic description of them by Mr.
UT Abercromble, while Mr. Schirmer con
i fesf:d that the volume of wealth had
1 astounded him. The visiting officials
' of the Boston Con-, with Mr. Newhouse,
will leave for its mines at Bingham this
1 f morning.
I WILL OPERATE THE
OLD CASTRO PLACER
With the heavy crop of snow in the
dlgtfngs affording positive assurance of
( a large crop of water the present sea-
1 son. arrangements arc being made to
resume operations on the old Castro
I plaoer at Bingham, said Nicholas Cas
. tro, j.he owner, yesterday, and, with a
' thorough knowledge of the gravel, he
j has no doubt bC munificent results. Al
. though the scarcity of water has en
i abled him to -operate the ground only
at intervals, it has been productive of
most sensational results, said Uncle
Nick. Sixteen years ago parties who
I , wercr washing the gravel on tribute un
1 , I earthed a nugget which was sold for
1 ii 4193.75. while on another occasion he
)' f reports the discovery of a nugget for
t : which S10.25 was received, and, with ?.n
$ adequate flow of water, he sees big
j i promises for the present season. On
1 , ' tho lode claims he expects work to
I "begin under the Van Patten option in
1 a short time, the intention being to
1 cxtrhd the tunnel which was started by
J , him Beveral years ago to tap the ledges
j at considerable depth.
VICTOR CON. DOING
1 MUCH DEVELOPMENT
, ' Josepn Treloar, superintendent cf the
J 1 j Victor Con.'s mines at Tlntlc, came in
I ' from camp during the day, accom-
j panled by two carloads of ore raised
j ! in the prosecution of development and
j' j that Bhows a line per centage of copper.
. i Mr. Treloar reports the camp In most
i , j gratifying condition at present, with
! ' the Mammoth putting out ores of good
quality again, while the Grand Central
i is making a record. Bad roads are
i) ( making It difficult for some of the
I ! 1 proiertiea to get to market with their
' ore, but with the warmth of the pres-
J j j ent weather this will have soon been
I 1 1 overcome. Supei-intendent Treloar will
leave for camp again this morning, af-
I ter a conference with Manager Vivian
H i COPPER COIViPAMY
H r .OFFICIALS TO DEPART
B h .
I With tho ore bodies maintaining an
I average that is astonishing,' the nativea
. and the new mill producing a class- of
i I concentrates that foretells most liberal
1 y earnings, President Charles M. Mac-
) J Nfilll and Treasurer Spencer Penrose
1 will depart for Colorado again today,
H '3 the former to continue his journey to
f Now York, whither he has been sum-
i moncd for consultation by other offl-
, J dais of tho United States Reduction
1 & Refining company, of which he is the
j general manager. As told by The
il Tribune yesterday morning, the order
H 4 for two -dozen more tables will be placed
Hj I J at once, and the daily feed of the
1 1 (.rnshers increased to 1000 tons dally as
B . j jKjsslble, Meanwhile the pres-
ent batterj" is enabling Manager .Tack
ling to pile up prollts quite rapidly.
THE STOCK MARKET
IS MORE BUOYANT
The day on the mining oxchango closed
on tho sale of 7310 shares of stock for
?I7CD, and with tho tradors getting to
gether only at long Intervals. Daly West,
while Its transactions woro confined to a
baro pinch at '$20.76, was more buoyant,
and closed with JW bid, wlillo Grand Cen
tral was actively dealt In around 54.23 for
spot delivery, with tho shorts marking It
down to fl.ro, buyers options bringing
?1.42Vb. Daly, with a consignment of good
ore at tho smelter, was neglected, as was
Ontario, whllo Montana-Tonopah executed
an order for 200 at SLEO. with Century
coming out to a bid of 71Hc Tctro wns
again actively traded in at reduced prices,
while Butlfr-Llboral moved up to 12c,
with tho talent quietly picking up New
York at Sc. Bullion-Beck on tho In
stallation of whose new mill active work
Is promised In short time, was an offer
ing at $1.60, while Mammoth was marked
down to 31, the day closing on tho follow
I A. M. P. M.
Bid. lAsked.H Bid. Askcd.
AJnx f .OS 3 .10 15 .03 3 .10;
Alice, 10 .10
Bui-Beck 1.50 ... 1-EO
But-Lib 10"; .13
Carlsa 05 05 .00
Century 70 .72 .70 .72
Creole So .10 .33
Con. Mer 51 .55 55
Daly 2.15 2,60 2.75
Daly-Judgo . ..: 4.65 4. 00
Daly West .. 25.50 27.75 26.00 27.50
Emerald Wfe 01
J3 & B B 50 .55 .SO .50
G Central ... 1.371 4.12 4.33 4.45
Horn Silver.. 1.00 1.00
Ingot 00tA .01 .0016 .00
Joe Bowcrn .00 .00 .OO
Little Boll 1.00 1.10
Llttlo Chief.. .01 .02'(i .OVA '.02U,
Low Mam 33 35
La Relne 02 .0-1 0H5;
Mammoth l.Oltf 1.00
Manhattan 00 3-lC .00, .CO 3 10
May Day 05 .0f .054i
Mar Wash .. .01 .OH'il .01& .OlVu
Mon-Ton .... 1.40 1.70 1.25 1.50
New York .. .OSft M .0S .03
Ontario 1 5.00 G.00
1'otro ) .OS OS
Rich-Ana .. .0L .02 .01 .02
Rocco-Homo 50 50
Sunshine 00 OS
Swansea 10 1 30
S Swansea .. .02 (
Sacramento . .Wi .19
Silver King 63.00 05.00
Star Con 11 .15 .14 .14
Sliver Shield. .02 .03 .02H .03Vi
Tetro 2S .30 .30i
U States 20.75 20.50 22.00
U Sam Con.. .22 .23U .21 .23V1
Utah 50 .GO
Victor 02 02
Wabash 03 05
Yankee Con. .43 .44 .42 .44
Grand Central, 100 at 34.35; 100 at 34.37.
Tctro, 10CO at 20c; 500 at 30c, buyer SO
da3; 300 at SOUc
Shares sold, 1000.
.Selling value, 31353.
Now York. 200 at S?ic
Shares Bold, 00.
Selling value, $17.50. ' .
AFTERNOON SALES' v
May Day, 1000 at 5Jc.
Century. 100 at 71c
Tetro, 1000 at 30o.
Shares sold. 2100.
Selling value.- 3434.
Butlcr-Libcral. 500 at 12c.
Daly Wost. 10 at 326.75.
Grand Central, 200 at 31.33: 100 at 34.30,
seller thirty days; ICO at 34.42. buyer
May Day, 1000 at 531c.
Montana-Tonopah. 200 at 32.50.
Tetro, 1000 at 30c.
Shares sold, 3110.
Selling value, 32332.50.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN "FRANCISCO. April 6. Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
Andes 5 .35 Kentuck Con ..3 .02
Belcher 19 Mexican 2.30
B & B 2.10 Occidental Con . -SG
Caledonia .... .. l.CC Ophir G.50
Challenge Con . .24 Overman 20
Chollar 17 PotosI 22
Confidence SO Sacago 49
C C & Va l.0 Sep Belcher 12
Con Imp 02 Sierra Nev 70
Crown Point ... .IS Silver Hill 59
G & C 39 Union Con S8
H & N .SO Utah Con 1C
Justice 03 Yel Jacket 30
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con ....3 .15 Llttlo Chief ...5 .00
Alice IS Ontario 4.50
Brreco 10 Phoenix 03
Brunswick Con. .03 PotosI .24
Comstock Tun . .09 Savage 47
C C &. Va 1.70 Sierra Nev CO
Horn Silver .... 1.25 Small Hopes ... .15
Iron Silver .... 1.85 Standard 2.60
Lcadvillo Con . . 1 02
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ..3 2.25 Mont C & C.3 2.50
Aliouez .. .. 5.12 Michigan .... 5.50
Amalg'd .... 50.25 Old Dom ... 11.00
Amer Zinc .. U.OO Osceola .. .. 69.00
Atlantic . S.25 Parrot 25.50
Bingham ... 22.50 Quincy .. .. SS.CO
C & H.$15S.OO4GO.CO Shannon .. r. 8.50.
Centennial .. 20.75 Tamarack ... 95.00
Copper R .... 43.50 Trinity 4.00
Daly West .. 27.C U S Mln 20.87
Dom Coal ... 59,00 U S Oil 91.50
Franklin .. 8.00 Utah 33.57
Grancy 2.75 Victoria .. .. 3.25
IsloRoyalo.. 7,25 Winona . ... 7,00
Mass Mln .. 4.00 Wolverine .. 7.75
Mohawk .... 41.75
Boston Copper Market.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., April 6. Tho copper
market lost some of its snap this morn
ing. Ther was a fair demand for theso
chares by commission houses and trad
era wero Inclined to take profits, which
checked the advancing tendency. After
the- first half hour trading became very
dull, but declines were not numerous and
were generally fractional. Daly West
advanced sharply on the covering of
shorts, following the declaration of tho
regular dividend, which was hardly
looked for. Local issues were Irregular.
Tho feeling at tho closing tonight was
Shares- High. Low. Close,
Amal . ...4351 $51.00 ?50.12 350.12
Bingham .. 25 23.00 22.75 22.75
D. W. ...,.13i) 2S.00 25.50 27.25
U. S 1000 21.25 20.87 20.87
Utah 093 34.25 33.87 23.57
Boston curb 33.75S5.S7.
SAN PEDRO SURVEY
The survey by the San Pedro Railroad
company for the branch by which New
house will be made another terminal In
Its system Is rapidly approaching com
pletion, said Samuol Newhouse, on hln .
return from the camp of copper yester
day morning, while assurances from the
company Induce him to believe that trains
between Newhouse and the world without
will bo In operation before tho expiration
of ninety days. At tho mines Mr New
house found 3230 feet of tho main tunnel
completed, with tho record for last wtok
disclosing an advance of 100 feet, whllo
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford. Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern.
DENVER Brown Palace,
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coates.
LOS ANGELES Tho Antrelus. B. 3?.
Gardner. 305 Soring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West HotoL
NEW YORK Waldorf-Aatorla. Impe
rial. Aotor House.
OMAHA Tho Millard, Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portlund HoteL ,
ST. LOUIS Plantora', nouthcrn.
SAN FRANCISCO Palactf.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON WUlard. RalclKh.
on the two new triple-compartment
shafts, through which tho wealth of tho
mines will Ik- discharged and delivered
at tho receiving station on the GOO-foot
level, work has been Inaugurated. The
ralso for one of these Is at a point 150
feet wost of tho main shaft, the other at
Count Labordo of Paris and George Llv
ermorc of Now York, who were, with Mr
Nowhouse. gucats of Manager Wells of
tho an Pedro, were astonished at tho
great volumo of ore blocked out In the
mines and pronounce them Infinitely
greater than anything they could havo
possibly Imagined. Mr. Newhouse. with
tho San Pedro co-oporallng with him In
tho matter of transportation, now expects
to cxporienco no difficulty In complotlng
the concentrator and getting it In com
mission as scheduled, and the awarding
of tho last of tho contracts will have been
announced In a few days.
GOOD ORE FROM
THE JOE BOWERS
On yesterday's market the manage
ment of tho Joe Bowers of Tintic ap
peared with a carload of ore, which
was sold on controls showing 52.S
ounces silver, 8.6 per cent lead, 2.2 per
cent copper and 40 cents gold per ton,
this coming from the raise above the
400-foot level and occurring in a chan
nel some two feet between walls. Tho
consignment is the first to have- tome
from the property in several months,
and whllo the main ore body has not
been reached, the condition at this time
is most encouraging. The management
thinks seriously of extending tho 300
foot level to a point under stopes from
which eo much ore was extracted in
former days the present month.
THE KEARS BILL
ON MINE LOCATIONS
The bill of Senator Karns of Utah to
limit a locator of a mining claim, to work
within Its vertical lines, Is approved and
condemned acc5rding to tho section of
country whore oxtralateral rights are or
are not considerations, says Ores and
Metals of Denver. To limit a locator to.
the vertical planes would be toy prevent
In tho future costly litigation that has
marked ths course of mining during the
past forty years. Confined to his lines
a man would havo absolute knowledge as
to his rights; to so beyond which would
bo tresspass, and he would bo hold liable.
Tho advocates of extralatcral rights In
sist that a man who prospects the pub
lic domain and finds ore probably within
a few feet of his line, Is entitled to fol
low It, and has more right to It than an
adventurer who locates the adjoining
claim, on which ho has performed llttlo
or no work and in which ho did not ori
ginally dlscovor oro. But, usually, tho
locator protects hlmEOlf by locating moro
than one claim. The cxtralatoral rights
apply only as going through the side
lines; through tho end lines he loses his
The effect of such a statute would bo
to put a class of professional litigation
breeders out of business, while tho poorer
man locating a rich claim could then en
Joy the fruits of it without tho annoy
ance and harassment caused by men who
make It their business to compol others
to part with some of their Interests or
bo driven to the wall by litigation.
MOORE PROCESS IN
At a special mooting of tho directors of
the Mooro Cyanldlng company a resolu
tion was adopted ratifying its contract
with the Tellurlde Reduction company,
whoso big plant In Colorado Is to be
equipped with the Mooro method. Tho
company's test of tho process has been a,
very exhaustive one and it Is understood
that the.plant Is to bo equipped through
out with It. In tho transaction tho Mooro
company adds no less than 550,000 to Its
treasury, with 350.000 to be expended In
the Introduction of tho method In new
Ores and. Bullion.
In the ore and bullion market the
day's settlements amounted to $59,100,
McCornlck & Co. reporting them as
they follow: American bullion, $28,400;
gold, silver, lead and copper ores, $30,-'
In the metal market the selling price
of silver was chopped down to 54
cents an ounce, while lead ruled at $3.50
per hundred pounds and casting copper
at 124 cents a pound.
To Rescue Majestic.
BOSTON, April C In Investment circles
here It Is said that tho appointment of a.
receiver for the Majestic Mining com
pany of Jtah and Us petition In bank
ruptcy Just announced, fall quite heavily
upon New .England people. In this sec
tion a largo portion of tho 36,000,000 of
stock, par valuo 310, wa3 placed at $3 to
35 a share. Tho stock Is now selling at
a few cents. The Now England stock
holders will attempt to havo the prop
erty bonded and oxtrlcato the concorn
from Its difficulties. Tho company Is
said to owo $250,000, after having expend
ed about 31.000,000 in opening Us copper
mines and bulldlne a srooltcr.
SALT LAKE CITY'S NEW HOTEL,
Large, superb and Incomparable. Lo
cal and long-distance telephone In
Pembroke Sells Them.
Car-bons and rlb-bons (for all type
writers), but they're good. Best we can
buy. Try them. Pembroke's, 54 West
2nd South, sign of Big Yellow Pencil,
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and light livery. Telephone 81.
Strictly high grade work. 'Phone 61.
GOLD ROADS IS
A BONANZA NOW
The Management Now Earning1 Big
Money From Its Fifteen
Col. Oliver P. Posey, founder of the
Bingham Copper & Gold Mining com
pany, and Its general manager until
other undertakings claimed his undi
vided attention, arrived from his home
In Los Angeles yesterday and departs
for Paris at noon to participate in the
annual meeting of Interests In the Gold
Roads Mining company at Acme, Ariz.,
whose properties are characterized by
the Colonel as "the biggest gold propo
sition" with which he has evor been
Identified. When with his associates
In Los Angeles and Clarence K. Mc
Cornlck of this city, the gold-bearing
territory of the Gold Roads company
was llttlo more than a most "likely
prospect." Under his experienced man
agement,' however, Its wealth has re
sponded as did that of the Bingham
Con. It has been since that time equip
ped with a mill, Its ore bodies have
boon fathomed to a depth of 400 feet,
with sixteen feet of gold-bearing
quartz exposed upon that level, and
while it is comparatively a youngster,
the earnings, in short time, will have
attained $1000 a day. While the com
pany has been demonstrating the pres
ence of this wealth at depth, lessees
havo been recording most sensational
disclosures around the surface, some of
the ores uncovered by them showing a
valuation of $800 gold per ton, while a
few sacks recently sold for $3800. Prom
inent In the organization at the mino is
Col. Henry G. Hoffron, formerly of the
Bingham Con., while SupL Spargo, who
is directing the campaign underground,
wns for some time connected with Capt.
J. R. Do La Mar's staff.
Col. Posey's brief sojourn in this city
is being made an agreeable one by those
In whose hearts he occupies a mlghtv
warm spot and who will rejoice with
him In the results achieved at the Gold
THE TETRO'S BOARD
In the reorganization of the Tctro's
board of 'directors, In which two va
cancies had occurred. Col. E. A. Wall
and George P. Holman were elected,
the retiring members consisting of F.
Christenscn and Gup Tetro, tho latter
having been identified with the under
taking from Its Inception. The reor
ganized board is a strong one and while
a dividend was not posted by It during
tho day, It may be relied on for one as
soon as it appears discreet- During the
day the management added the pro
ceeds of three more cars of ore to the
treasury. In which a fine surplus has
already been piled up. while conditions
underground are reported most satisfactory.
The Draft Upon Silver.
A number of our contemporaries aro
anxious in spirit over tho alleged disap
pearance of silver by tho millions annual
ly, says tho Pacific Coast Miner. Wo
have not come to a point where wo mls3
theso millions so badly that It Is neces
sary to begin to draw upon damo nature s
treasure-house for an additional supplv
to mako up for tho absorption of the
-tthlto motal In Asia. Tho owners of im
monso mines of sliver In Nevada and
throughout tho West gonorally would bo
happier If theso millions which are said
to pass like tho shadows could only bo
doubled or troblcd annually.
Iin,tl.lls.,con,nc?u?n attention may be
called to the fact that Utah Is conserving
a good many of tho needs along this line.
Tonopah Stock Sales.
Monday's transfers on the San Fran
cisco board wore recorded as they follow:
MacNamara, 630 at 10c; 2000 at 20c, buyers
thirty and ninety days; Montana-Tonopah
3300 at 3142)1.35; 3100 a? st scUcr
wHK -a2-s: tonopah Mining companv,
100 at 5(.7o; Belmont. 400 at 60c. Great
Western, 1000 at 6c; Tonopah Mid wo v, 1000
Fluctuations of Utah.
Tho fluctuations of Utah Consolidated
m.Tn e.r,c wlt,nln a P0nt and a
half, although tho volume of tradlntr was
ne2nLar-. Now ?rk has beon reported
a seller, but probably only so far as was
necessary to keep down tho price for
purposes of accumulation, says the Com
mercial Bulletin of Boston.
lawOT" L A1'. Johnson of the Cactus
,sJiactr from that southern bonanza.
Tho Horn Silver of Frisco Ik again com
mUl niurket wlth concentrates from its
The annual meeting of shareholders of
tho Sunriso of Park Valley Is to take placo
Tho .active reduction of ores was begun
again at tho Yampa smeltor, Bingham
canyon, last night,
Tho management of tho Uncle Sam of
Tlntio reports another showing of first
class oro in tho mine. r
Messrs. Cochrano and Wing of tho Ga
lena King have returned after an Inspec
tion of that Stockton property.
Tho meeting of tho shareholders of tho
Star Con. of Ttntla on Saturday next Ja
promised a very largo attendance.
Managing Director A. F. Holdcn of tho
United States Mining company came in
from Its Bingham mines last night,
David W. Brunton of tho Taylor &.
Brunton sampler Is In town again to ln
qulro Into conditions down at tho plant.
Manager Joseph of tho Silver Shield ro
ports an Interesting change now taking
placo in tho main tunnel on that Bingham
Messrs. Stern and Robinson of tho Tln
tlc Mining and Development company aro
scheduled to return from tho Britannia
copjer mines. Vancouver, next week.
Tonopah Miner: J. R. Walker, the Salt
Lako banker, who was hero on Domo Gold
field mining matters, loft for Monterey,
Cal., Wednesday morning In response to
a telegram announcing tho serious Ill
ness of hla wife.
On tho 100-foot level of the Skylark com
pany's property out of Mil ford tho man
agement Is now drifting In oro which af
fords better than 3 per cent copper, says
Mr. MoMullcn, In whose achievements
everybody will rojolcc.
The directors of the Union Gas and PIp
Lino company will meet tomorrow when
important dtwolopmenta aro promiaod.
The company's operations In tho oil and
gas field promise to bo as active as that
of any of Its contemporaries.
That the true worth of the mines of To
nopah and Goldfleld Is being appreciated
Is shown by the number of capitalists
here at present, trying either to pur
chase tho mines outright or to acqulro
tho control. Bids havo been made by
these c;i pita lists which run away up Into
tho pictures, but no far the mont alluring
offers have been turned down, writes
Konncth Donncllan of Tonopah In hla
weekly markot letter
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Kansas City, Mo. 4-
I PICTURE FRAMING I
At Popular Prices.
American Wall Paper Co,
6 E. THIRD SOUTH.
I If you are looking for Range satisfation M 1
Look her, and you will find it. H
We have the Modern Imperial, full-blued steel of i
highest quality at a medium price, h
I And. the great Majestic, which you all know is
recognized as the Best on Earth. ' y
All designs in either make. M
I THE SALT LAKE I
HARDWARE CO., g
I EVERYTHING 424446 1
I IN HARDWARE. WEST SECOND SOUTH. 1
jf UP dining-car than to keep ffi
S a hotel, but we have M
I mastered the art. m
Dainty linen, spotless
silver, glistening cut M
P i glass, flowers on every Kg
I 01 IltCrS table from our own H
greenhouses, are some M
of the details that make D
. , v. the service so satisfactory M
PS1 TIME TABLE 1
Nov. 22,1903. IS
" ARRIVE. J ii
From Osdon, Portland. . f R
Butte. San Francisco CM- H
caKo, St. Louis, Omaha. H
From Ocdcn and Intermedl- Hj
ate points y-AU
From Osden, Cocho Valloy, Ml
and Intermediate points 11. oo a-m H
From Ozdon, Chicago. St.
Loula. Kansas City, Oma- HI
ha, Denver and San Fran-
Cisco 4:05 P.m- . B
From Opden, Cache Valley. HI
St. Anthony, Portland and H
San Francisco 6:55 p.m. M
For OBden. Omaha, Chicago, Q
Denver. Kansas City and 1
St. Louis ?'Tn
For Ogdcn. Portland, St. An- 9
thony, San Francisco and i C
Intermediate point 10:ZO &jn.
For Oedon, Omaha, Chicago, 1 H
Denver, Kansan City. St. a
Louis and San Tranclsco.. 1:10 p.m. 1
For Ogden, Cache Villoy,
Denver, Kansas City, Oma-
ha, SL Louis and Chicago. 5:45 p.m.
For Ogden. Cache Valley,
Butt". Helena, Portland,
San Francisco and lnterme-
dlato points - 11:45 p.m,
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traffic Mgr.
D. E. BUR LEY, G. P. & T. A.
D. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. & T. A. .
City Ticket office, 201 Main street.
Ban Pedro, Los An- V$C5y
Dles St Sal. Iake
Front Oregon Short Lino depot, SaltIisJi
For JProvo, Lchi, Fairfield and
Nopht, Mantl and points on H
Sonpate Valley Ry 7:80tt.in.
For Garfield Beach, Tooele,
Stockton, Mammoth, Eureka,
nnd Sliver City '8KX) am.
For Provo, American Fork,
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco.
CtUIontea and Intermediate
points 8K35 -pm
From Provo, American Fork.
Lehl. Juab, Mllford, Frisco,
Callontea and intermediate
points 9:35 a.m.
From Provo. Lehl, Fairfield,
Merc or and Sanpete Valley
Ry. points 5:35 p.m.
From Sllvor City, Mammoth,
Eureka, Stockton, Tooele and
and, Garfleld Beach 5:35 p.ttt.
Dolly Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser
vice between Salt Lako, Mllford, Modraa
and Callentes. ' k
Direct stage connections for all mining
QMstrletB In southern Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Street.
B. W, GILLETt J. Ii. MOORE,
Gea'l Pass, Afft Commercial At;
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE "
TO ST. LOUIS. .
Through car, Salt Lake City to SU, Hj
Louis and Kansas City. Only one change IH
to New York. Buffalo and principal points 11
East low rates for summer travel. ,
Especial attention to ladles and anil- v
Tourist sleepers through to Chicago, HI
Boston and other points without cbango. HI
Two trains dally. IM
Inqulro at ticket office, 103 Dooly block, , h
Salt Lako City. Any information ohoer- mm
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND, fl
,Q, P. Ss T. A. Missouri Paciflc By., St,
Louis, Mjp Q
In off cot November 22, 1908.
LEA.VE SALT LAKH CITY.
No. 10 For BinEham. Kober IH
Provo and Marys vale, r.-OO nm- iH
No. HM-For Park City ... I. mJ
No. 6-For Donvar and East,..." 8-20 S
No. 6-For OKdon and "Weatr.... 10:60 H
No. 1-For Osden and Wt rrt
No. 2-For Denver and East 305 S m H
8-For Provo and Ein-oka,... 5: p nT H
No. -For Osden and local pta.. 6 03 p Si H
No. 4 For Denver and Eaat... 8:CK n T
No. J-For Offden and Wcat::::;
ARJ11VH AT SALT LAKE CITY H
(r-From Osdon and tho Bast 8ao a,nv , U
V-,0- p-rom Oedian and local pta 9:05 amT H
No. 7-From Eureka and Provo. .10 tm.
No. 5-From Denver and East 10:40 7Tr v H
No. 1-From Denver and East . l'SG n X H
No. S-Frora Ogden and Wost.. s S'S
No. 101-From Park Clty...I" ' kB n m
No. 9-From Blneham, Hebor P,m H
Provo and Marysvalo ' wy ,
No. 4-From Ogden and tho "West 7:K dS:
No. -From Donver and Bast.. 11 S'S H
All train except Nos. l to 6 irtol) a'Sl
termedlato nolntu. y ai ln
Ticket office, Dooly Block.
'Phone 206. H
L A. BENTON, G. A. P. V
A Most Important Feature! i
One of thlsuialTVrf-?' fl
ment la clean cars. YnuTn IUP" ' .1 H
he "Santa Fd." Those eir,"1"1 1110111 4 H
look at, but oro better to S.? ood to, 13
3.TRHINS EftILY..3 H
From Utah to
Aleo dcrfln? Chicago.
City ol : Mexico 2nd them.n1.0"' E1 so, i I " H
New Mexico onoArbona? ",nsr camP ol f '"VA M
Ask mo about reduenrt 11
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