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I i Business.
fail Trade Much Heavier
! I Bs Result of Good Rain
j and Warm Sun. j
: , Uoaa Joint to on Avniitving
j sl Estate and Bulldinff
j ji Money and Stookfl.
l LqVEMEKT in business the loat
' tli has been even mora marked
E, for any previous week of the
the very excellent crop pro3
rblnlng vlth better weather
I ttloti and other causes to Inspire
if 4ecc9 on which even the prospect
j prtienUal election can have no
liiible effect Retail dealers report
kftjt considerably heavier than for
lakKiPondln? period of last year,
(If libera ore holding to their new
constant expansion of business
i fcia by the readiness with which
I ad new buildings in desirable lo-
w taken before the buildings
, 'Uhj started. An illustration of
. iiitie 6lgnlng of a lease- by a well
n responsible business man of the
" ifer the entire second floor of tho
' iivpire block, being- built by Perry
J teih on West South Temple street,
icjb the building la not yet above
j UitotiA. story. The lease is for
I too of Ave years, and the amount
Ertd Is J10.S00. The fiat of thlrty
; :reoc5 is to bo occupied by a lino
Ey Wei, catering only to the best
. t Applications have also been re
J bj th agent tor al! of the six
j bmcj on the ground floor of the
Slpjto block, although leases havo not
flBku granted for these.
there continues to be a littlo
mks of real estate for speculation,
JB2lsej3 is In a healthy condition
jUkh bclldlng of new homes is as
jHru ever. Money is easy and col-
I Bp clearings of the corresponding-
icJl--3i, vrere as follows:
' 'P W. 1903.
1 mh I K7,PJ5.33 J 735,856.26
, S7.W0B2 -1&US9.75
im, 6CS.1&3.W 435.-I0S.79
ifMf- 327,079. K 361.D21.S6
; Commercial Stocks.
HpttX&UODal Bank 5275.00
Ipf ' .- , 101 oo
Ito Insurance Co no'.50
Jih Scgar Co., pfd.,, o.S2
Supar Co,, common 3.25
MSiak of Utah 3 n
W! Savings Bank !! 27d'oo
MteiB?nk,& Tr Co 139.00
Milona Bank 101 00
fa5 c S7Vlnss Bank 133-
.iIrT,Bkf Co- Logan.... 1H.00
IMrmn'i T?leDlione Co SI, CO
W&JH", Farmlngton. . . . 107.00
aPXLi "t5' Bank un v
MBS? rCo" .S
Mrf pi , o M Co- common. E7.C0
I ?.?u'l Suear Co 10.00
? CoSai" common.. 100.00
? M!en Miua co....:::::.::;:;; K
s power co: ::::::
41ar Light & Power Co. im
jf: Estate activitt
BEPORTBD BY REAVIS
St te. deats,and new building
? Kuca.vls n? Allows:
SI PrLW f Paik Cit7 htLS
I lfr5'1 cashler f the
I Hit 5?UtIer resldce, 900
jfca 5? or n cottage on
IfsStstreeU. eeRth SoUlh and
jfnicCafTery' has contracted for
kal 'parities, ;
the buildinff of a $1600 cottage at 12
Martha M. Cllve has contracted for
the erection of two modern four-room
cottages, rear of CC5 South "West Tem
ple, to coat J3000.
"Work of construction has been started
on the new residence of ex-Alderman
J, J. Thomas, Eleventh East and Em
The new home of Court Reporter Jur
tln R. Davis, Tenth East and Second
South streets, a mo&erh neven-room
residence to coat 53500, Is well under
Edward J. Seyfarth, formerly of Don
ver, is having a nlco cottage built at
Emerson avenue and Eleventh East
A new residence Is being- built on
Seventh East street, between Ninth
nnd Tenth South, for Joseph "W. War
burton of the Oregon Short Line rail
road. Work has been begun on the new six
room cottage of Mrs. Rosina Godbe,
134 South Fourth East etrcet, to cost
Building permits Issued during the week
E. T. Aahton. trustee. Eighth West
and First South, 'addition to
ohuroh .. 2,000
Mrs. Agnes A. Trump, Eighth East,
between Fourth and Fifth South,
brick addition 600
D. O. Wllley, Jr.. 243 West Second
North, frame house C0
Lyon Sc Co., 270 South Main, addi
R, T. Aveeon, 778 Second street,
brick cottage I.000
Martin Donovan, Second West and
and Ninth South, brick cottage.. 1,000
Don't Be Arrested
For not connecting to sewer, but get
estimate from A. H. Walsh, plumber.
Royal Bread Is pure, every loaf beam
our lubol with tho crown. At all gro
cers and firut-class restaurants.
THE LATEST THING
IN SODA FOUNTAINS
Druehl & Franken havo installed In
their new soda fountain one of the best
posslblo equipments turned out and one
that has tho most modern improve
ments known to specialists In this line.
The fountain Is appropriately called
the "Eagle", built by the American
Soda Fountain company, which, by the
way, is the largest concern in the world
In this lino. In It are all the latest
devices, including the new patent cool
ing chambers, which are the specialty
of the above-named company, and an
other new patent in the shape of sani
tary syrup Jars.
In appearance the new fountain
makes a beautiful effect. The body is
of tho finest Mexican onyx, and the de
signs are carried out In coloring which
Is a credit to the. houBe and a pleasure
to the eye of the beholder. The top is
In roccoco style, mado of polished oak
and handsome plate-glass mirrors, dec
orated with electric light and supported
by onyx columns.
A new feature is a fine nickel-plated
handrail and a brass foot rail, which
5111 be found a great convenience. The
counter Is of the best marble, and
serves to complete the elegant effect of
the showing the new fountain makes.
Both from the point of view of utility
and handsome exterior the fountain
forms a splendid equipment for a Arm
to start the thirsty summer campaign
In tho words of Mr. Franken: "We
have the finest soda fountain in this
State. Wo have laid ourselves out to
buy the best devices for serving the
purest and best beverages and dispens
ing tho finest of America's favorite
drink, soda water. And I think that in
J. T. Brown, who Is well known In this
city as a soda dispenser, we have a
manager who Is in a position to give tho
public full satisfaction."
Don't Be Arrested
For not connecting to sewer, but get
estimate from A. H. Walsh, plumber.
0GDEN AND RETURN $1.00
Via D. & B,. G., May 8.
The Kollts special will leave Salt
Lake 9:30 a. m., arriving In Ogdcn tlfty
minutes later. Returning will leave
Ogden 9:00 p. m. Free refreshments on
the train. Everybody Invited.
Two decrees of divorce were granted
by Judge Hall yesterday. William Big
ley was released from Llllio Blgley on
the ground of desertion and Adella from
William A. Sloan on the ground of de
sertion and non-support. The Blgleys
wero married in Salt Lake and the
Sloans In Nephl.
Tho hearing on the motion to refer
tho case of Salt Lake City et nl. vs. tho
Salt Lake City Water and Electrical
company to Commissioner J. Fewson
Smith was postponed by Judge Morse
until Saturday, May 21.
Judgo Morco overruled a motion by
tho attorney for J. T. Green to quash
the Indictment charging the obtaining
of money by false pretenses. Tho de
fendant then entered a plea of not guil
ty, and will be tried on Juno 10.
Mrn. Maltio Brown has filed a peti
tion in probato for appointment as
guardian of her minor son. Homer Wil
liam Brown, who has inherited prop
erty worth 31000.
The lact will and testament of Au
gust Llnd, who died May 5, 1904, was
presented for probate yesterday by Os
car E. Lawrence, the executor. The
decedont left personal property valued
at S3000 to his two sisters, and some
mining stock In Summit county prop
erties, the value of which la unknown.
The Utah Light and Railway com
pany, In answer to the complaint of
Percy L. Prothero, claiming J1000 as a
reward for furnishing information
which led to the arrest and conviction
of James Shockley for tho murder of
two r.treet cur employees, has entered
a demurrer. The company alleges that
the court has no jurisdiction over tho
Utah Light and Railway company, and
that the complaint does not state facts
sufficient to constitute a cause of action
against the defendant.
An adverse suit involving ground in
conflict between the Lllburn Mining
company and the Albion Mining com
pany was filed yesterday In the District
court. The claims which interfere are
the Lllburn No. 7, Lllburn No. 8. Lll
burn No. 9, Ridge No. 1 and Ridge No,
2, owned by the plaintiff in tho LItttle
Cottonwood Mining district, and the
Alice No. 1, Alice. Alwllda, Omega, Al
bion No. G and Albion No. 8, owned by
The petition of Otto and Martha
Trlent for the adoption of Frederick
William Mcilltz was granted by Judgo
WUlkun R. Richards, Union, 2S
Maud Turpln, Falrvlew 21
William H. Van Alstlne, Park City 23
Magglo O'Koefc. Park Cily HI
Jacob Duaolo, Denver 32
Mary Fritz, Salt Lako 3S
Wlllla.n O. Andcrnon, Jr., Parley's Park.SO
Amelia E, Goodrldgo, East Jordan 21
Leo Hunsaker, Salt Lako 25
Theresa Noumoycr, Salt Lnko 20
Murlco J. McBrldc, Sacramento City,
Amelia M. PcteraOn, lluntavllle 32
Harry J. Cramor, Salt Lako City.. 32
Dora Vest, Mona .21
Oliver T. Harmon, Prlco , 22
Anna B. Mclntlro, Price 22
John Yandon Appor, Salt Lake City . . 27
Mftybcllo Froob.-'.lrn, Salt Lake City.. .21
Nell.s L. LarHoh, Salt Lake City..- :39
Emily Anderson, Salt Lakd City 33
Stephen R. BJiinlson. Salt Lako City.... 24
Jonnlo E. HampUhlro. Salt Lake City. .22
Claude MacNell, Salt Lake City 21
KlttV Flern, Salt Liko City 21
Axel 2. Sorenson. Salt Lako City 29
Sophia SwciiHon. Falrvlew 2J
Charles Halford, Mill Crook CO
Jane Ilouglcy, East Mill Creek 51
Byron, R. Pugh. Mill Creek 21
Florence Spencer, Sandy IS
Lovl Bowdon. Salt Lake , 22
Edith Hodge, Salt Lnko 20
Vernon C. Mitchell. Salt Lake City 23
Eudora. Allgood, Salt Lako City .20
Thomas, boy to Oeorge and Ann, 83a
South Third East. April 25.
Wllklns, girl to Hober and Agnes, 520
South Third East, May 2.
HIgman. boy to W. B. and Lillian, 1050
Windsor avenue, May 3.
Jensen, girl to Loronzo and Hattle, 618
Fourth street, May 3.
Bowen, boy to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T.,
&23 Fifth South, May 2.
Bytheway, boy to Ben and Sarah, 305 West
Seventh North, April CO.
Ncllson. girl to Mr, and Mrs. Josoph, 255
Canyon road, April 23.
Frome, girl to Air. and Mrs. G. F 671
First street, April 28.
Pickering, boy to Willard and Elizabeth.
619 Seventh street, May 1.
Lewis, girl to John and Mary, 976 First
street, April 15.
Secley, girl to Joshua and Elizabeth, 351
West First North, April 12.
WAlso.n- Kirl twins to O. E. and Sarah,
40 Grapo street, April 2S. '
Gulvcr. boy to William and Eliza, 50 T
street, April 30.
Clayton, girl to A. C. and Chrlstlno, 320
Vcat North Temple, May 4.
Reld, boy to Robert and Matilda, 203 East
Fourth South, May 1.
Burton, boy to Hebcr and Clara, S15 West
First South, May 3.
Fagorgren. boy to Arthur and Clara, 7&1
South Fifth East, May 1.
Mugglcston. boy to Mr. and Mrs. F., 4&9
West Eighth South, May 1.
Sackott, girl to Howard and Mary, 75C
Jordan avenue. May 4.
Backman. boy to Guntavo and Grace, 30
South Sixth West, May 4.
Rellloy, boy to James and Cellna, 803 Sec
ond street. April 2S,
Swaner, girl to Mr. and Mrs. William G.,
24 Floral lane, April 20.
Faatband, boy to W. and Radio, 6 Cartor's
terrace, May 2.
Morrla. boy to J. A. and Eliza, SOS Clovor
street. April 30.
Anderson, girl to Hans and Minnie, 53
Tennessee street, April 22.
Jankc. boy to John and Coiinno, Cannon
ward, April 13.
Westerscn, girl to Samuel and Mary, 32
Pitt street, April 26.
Preece, girl to Albert and wife, CO West
Seventh South, May 5.
Rasband, boy to C. H. -and Etta, 1073
Windsor avenue, May 5.
Hitchcock, girl to J. Lester and Flora, CSS
South First West, May 2,
Infant, parents unknown, found in Jordan
Johnson, Carroll, aged 1 day, 123 Kendall
square, April 29.
Infant, parents unknown, found rear 237
West First North.
Jordan, Mary Ellon, aged CO, Salt Lako
City. April 30.
Schoflold, Charles H., aged 40, 40 Wostern
avenue, May 3.
Parsons, George C, aged 60, 670 Bothwell
street, April 30.
Saunders, Mary M., aged 1, Emigration
canyon. April 30.
Field, Clara Harrison, aged 4G, Gray's
Lake, Ida., April 29.
Gold, infant of Cyrus II., corner Eighth
West and Tenth South, April 0").
BIrklnshaw. Zollah, aged CC, 837 East
Fifth South. May 2.
WIcklno. Infant of Heber, 520 South Third
East. May 2.
Jensen. Andrew N., aged 1, Ploly Cross
hospital, May 2.
McBrlde, Infant of A. A 127 Dunbar ave
nue. May 4.
Sullivan. Timothy, aged 60, Los Angeles.
Lcary, Dennis, aged 40, Spokane, Wash..
Murphy. Annie J. M., aged 47, Granger.
Lloyd, Louise, aged 2 months, 624 We3t
First South, May 5.
-r- WEATHER BE CORD. -f
Yesterday's record at the local office of
tho weather bureau.
Maximum temperature. CC degrees; mini
mum temperature, 47 degrees; mean tem
perature, 62 degrees, whlchi is 3 degrees
below the normal.
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since the flrt of tho month. 20 degrees.
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since January 1, 1 degree.
Total precipitation from C p. m. to C p.
Accumulated oxcees of precipitation
since tho first of tho month, 1,00 Inches.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
nlnce the first of January, 3.?7 Inches.
K K 5 2
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Place. 3 1 o
B 3 E 3
: : 2 . p
! ; ; sr
' ; m
Denver 71 40 Cloudy.
Grand Junction, 76 48 Cloudy.
Helena CS 33 Cloudy.
Pocalello C2 42 .01 Clear.
Modena SO 40 .00 Clear.
Wlnnemucca ... 70 2S .00Cler.
R. J. HYATT, Local Forecaster.
Weather at Old Home.
Denver "V 74
Kansas City 62
Lor Angeles CC
San Francisco &l
SU Paul 70
St. Loula 7G
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We sell i
j CrocKery ;
! Household Goods
it pays to
! trade at j
; Great AiMleanlipporlingTea Co,
245 Main St, Salt Lako City.
SAM GILS0N IS
ARRESTED IN PRICE
Special to Tho Tribune.
PRICE, Utah, May 7. S. H. Gllson,
discoverer of gilsonlte, miner, pros
pector and ex-United States Deputy
Marshal, was today brought before Jus
tice Milliard on charge of disturb
In the peace by using boisterous and
abusive language on the street to an
olllcer. Ho was flnod $20 and costo,
from which decision he gave notice,
through his attorney, of appeal and his
bond was fixed at $76.
LIVERPOOL, May 7 William Marconi
wan a passcriger on tho Cunard lino
steamer Campania, which sailed from
hero for New York today.
Cures Grip and
Pin this to letter of credit.
Whero Tourists can find Humph
Paris, 32 rue Etlenne-Marcel.
London, 49 Haymarket.
Vienna, Stephafisplatz, 8.
Brussels, 65 P.oulevard de Waterloo.
Barcelona, Ronda S. Pedro, 3i3.
Madrid, Calle Tetuan, 3.
Alexandria, rue Cherlf Pacha. .
Manila, 1G7, Escolta.
Rio da Janeiro, 72 Rua de S. Pedro.
Buenos Ayres, -142, Callo. Florida,
Mexico City, Calle del Collseo, 3.
At all drug stores In Canada, Cuba,
Central America, Honolulu, Porto Rico,
the West Indies and in every city, town
and hamlet In tho United Slates of
Cloth bound book mailed free.
At Druggists, 25 cents eaoh, or mailed.
Humphreys' Medicine Co., Cor William
and John Streets, Now York.
I PICTURE FRAMING j
At Popular Prices. '
American Wall Paper Co. ;
6 E. THIRD SOUTH. j
Valuable 'Prescription by Which Any
Man Oon Make His Own. Remedy .
to Cure Himself at Homo Sent
Free to All. Writo for It.
WILL .TtTATTR A MAN OF YOU.
For tho return of that youthful feeling
of manhood a prominent Detroit physi
cian and savant Is in possession of a re
ceipt 'rVilch ho has himself used In hln
own' cxtcnolvo prlvato practice with tho
moat startling euccesa. Though tho yai-s
havo passed Itfl pqual has never been
found and with It thousands of weak men
havo brought about tho euros thoy so
much longed for. The doctor willingly
Bends tho formula entirely freo to any
mau who writes him for It, and they will
find It a gift of lasting value. It Ib good
for sexual weakness, lest manhood, ner
vousness, weak back, emissions, varico
cele, lack of force, proatatlo trouble,
right owcat8, Inability nnd tho many
other embarrassing conditions that befall
tho Hcxually Imperfect man. It creates
on immediate soolal feeling, warmth and
good nature, forces active blood to tho
muscular tissues, tones tho nervous sys
tem and arouses bcdlly confidence. It
mokes tho man of Go as good as at 35,
and tho young man again eager for so
ciety and lit for marriage and parent
hood. Satisfactory renulls axe produced
In a day's uoc, and a perfect cure In a
few weeks, regardless of age, or' the causo
of your condition
If you need such a remedy send your
ramo and address today to tho Dr.
Knapp Med. Co., S4G Hull bldg, Detroit,
Mich., and In an unmarked cnvolope tho
doctor -will at ones 9end you tho recolpt,
as proraleod, explaining in detail what In
grcdlenlu to use and how to compound
them so that any weak tjic can euro
himself In his own horo ivTthout being
undor obllgationa to anyone. It costs you
nothing and tho sooner you wrlto th
jjoonor you will bo cured.
3 i i j Without Drugs or
LeJJUEf kJf Electricity ky My
VACUUM ORGAN DEYELOPER
TEN DAYS TRIAL 75.000 IN DAILY USE
Not Ono Failure. Not One Returned
My VACUUM ORGAN DUVKLuPEK
cures when everything clso falls and hopo
Is dead, it restores small, weak organs,
loat power, falling manhood, drains, errors
of youth, etc. STRICTURE AND VARI
COCELE Jermanently cured In 1 to 1
weeks. NO DRUGS to ruin the otomach.
NO ELECTRIC BELTS to blister and
burn. My Vacuum Dovcloper la a local
treatment applied directly to the weak
and disordered parts. It glvea Htrongth
and development wherever applied. Old
men with lost or falling manhood, or tho
young or mlddlc-apcd who are reaping tho
results of youthful errors, excess or over
work, are quickly restored to health and
strength. You will seo and feel Its benefit
from tho first day. Tho blood is tho life,
tho fertilizer of the human body. My ln
Btrumcnt forces blood Into circulation
whero most needed, giving atrcugth and
development to weak and lifeless parts.
Remember, thero la no expoouro, no C. O.
D. or any other echemo In my deallnga
with tho public. Wrlto for freo particu
lars, sent scaled In plain envelope,
R. C. EMMET, 203 Tabor blk., Denver.
mmmAmnQQD restored -"cupidebe"
This tfroat Vb YIUUI8T, the preaerlptleo ot a tamcrat Frenotj phrnlcrtan, ttUI
CudR f jcIw oolclJr curr-f of ail nsrrpat or dliouu of lhegenerAitvoor23na.aach aiIot AXnu
WGv vmn hood, Intnnl, PalM 1b tho Back., Bealta EmU1ou, flcrrom JJobllUy.
lha jitrJnOi Pluplea, Dnflttm to marrr, Exbanatlng Drain, Vurfoocolo, and Count
IkWWW7-1 patloa. It uopi' 11 lotiei br Oar or olcbt. PromfciurUy, whloh If not obookod lead
-i68onmsatrTliceaUtheborrorB of Jtnpotencr 3X7riDENI3 cleamej tho llror.
naklaaorK. CUPIDE5JB itreofftVu nfl fMtoroi. Tho realon raffnror ra not cured by aoolon
i bCAaio pJnotjr per com. aro trortblea wltb VroiUiUtt. CiJPIDiiN E li tho only tnoirri remedy
lo caro without an operation. 6A05tiUrnonliil-u A nntwn foarato elreq and rooDey retnniod If tlx
taxoadonoteffootiipmiarrtTit euro. Sl.oonbon tlx forji.nfby mall. Bond f or V circular nd
kxUmonlalt. Adflrtti DA "VOL SUuVIGIXK CO.. San PrancUco, Cat.
GOD'CE-PITTS IHOTa O0M Salt T,nTr City. TJtaX As-cut-
Going East 1
I This Spring ? . 1
If you are, it will pay you to I
write me. I can probably save you I
money. I have been in the passen- H
ger business thirty years, all of it
with the Burlington, and my ex- K
perience and knowledge are en- g
tirely at your service. m
fPfcrl Komember tho Burlingion is tho k
tot ViH Ojflnli tnTTnhTVy I on7 ne running ita own trains over si
RB H D i ! rJ P i 1 8 E 1 ft its ovm raIls f rom Denver to St. fM
H SIfSM Louis tho Position City. igj I
H ilMffi Tickst orfiC5' 79 w SsC3aJ Soflth sti M
M W 'yMIASlfl R' P NESLEN, General Agont, fi
I SALT LAKE CITY. M
Ladies' Kid Pat. Tip Military Heel
Ladies' Kid. Pat. Tip, Cuban Heel,
Ladles' Kid. Stock Tip, LXV. heel,
light sole, Dress Shoe, No. 110. Ask
to so this.
Ladies' "Walking and Dress Shoes.
The loore Shoe Co.
258 So. Main St.
THE BUG SHOE.
THE HAN WHO
Cnn calmly contemplate tho destruction
of his property by lire, and with tho samo
spirit of enterprise make his planB for re
building; when ho has entrusted us with
tho placing of his Insuranco and tho word
ing of his policy, knowing that hla losses
will be promptly paid.
Home Fire Ins. Co. of Utah
26 So. Main St.
: m wos
Here. "We represent 20 different '
J piano manufacturers. Wa can
! sell you a piano for from
.; And clvo terras that will make t
the buying easy for you. t
Carstensen & Anson Co.
Templo of Music '
j ..74- MAIN STREET., j
I Formerly Daynca Muslo Co. P
TIsthe "Comfort Lino"
ON THE POPULAR
ST. LOU as
, THB ERSTAND
w7v u a am iLink.j a.
AS WE ARE THE ORIGINATORS
OF REE RECLINING CHAIR
CA,. SERVICE BETWEEN
' BT. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE.
DON'T YOU THINK IT WOUTJ
PAT YOU. IN TRAVELING TO
"GET THE HENDERSON ROUTE
HABIT?"-IT WILL UB.
HSK US HBUT IT
W. O. LINDSAY, General Agent.
ST. G. CUNNINGHAM,
Trav. Pass. Agent.
ST. LOTJIS, MO.
I A Dligntful Plaoo to Visit, 1
v A Profitable Plaoa to Live,
GrealBt Play Ground on Earth. '
' Famous Placcu Whloh Sv cry on a -
E WltVTeket to CALIFOR-
K NIA and Beouro Rich Dividends In ;
$ HEALTH, PLEASURE AND .
i WEALTH. . . f
Mountain, Volley. Rlvero, Lakes
end Ocean Reached by tho
Southern Pacific j
I Company's Lines j
fcl For descriptive and Illustrative j
Slltoraturo call at No. 201 Main I
Btreot. S< Lnko City. A
M D, R. GRAY, GneraJ Axrcnt. t
be5Ei NEW YORK
knt York, Gibraltar, Naples,
I Superior accommodation. Excellent Cul-
gIdo. Comfort of passousrers carefully
considered. Single or Round Trip Tickets
botweon Now York ond Scotch, Gncllah,
lrlih and all principal Scandinavian and
Continental point at attractive rates. Send
u for Book ol Touro. For ticUeta or general
Information apply to any local agont of tho
Anchor Line or
HENDERSON BROS., Gen'l Agent. CHICAGO. ILL
DENVER, COLO., MAY 6. SEALED
proposals In triplicate will he received here
until 11 o'clock a, m. May 21, IftM, and
then opened, for constructing at Fort
DuChcsne. Utah, 1 double meoa room and
kitchen for two companies, 2 detached
lavatories for bnrracks, and 1 iruardhouse,
Including- plumbing and heatinc. Infor
mation furnished on application to Q. M
Fort Duchesne, or the undersigned. U. S.
reserves the right to accept or reject any
or all bids or any part thereof. Envelopes
containing bids to bo nuirked "PropoaalH
for bulldlnpr at Fort DuCheanc." and ad
dressed Llout.-Col. J. W. POPE, C. Q. M.
jt's the Salt
jMffj Lake Stamp
Bk That Makes
JS V 167 S. W. Templo
'S5a2 8alt Lako City.
IJ. W. OUKBIB, H
T3 W. 3rd South. Salt Lake City. g
Nov. a a, 1903,
From Orden. PortlancL i 11
Butte, Ban Francisco, Chi- 111 'il
Crro, BC. Louts, Omaiia, ,'tl 'H
ond Denver 8.0 ft.nu
From Ocden and lntcrmc-dl- r)l Jl
ate P,nts 9:10 ftjn. ' J iH
From Offden, Cache Valley, I 'll
and lntormcdlato points 11:B5 turn. j MS
From Offdon. Chicago, St. mil
Louis, Kansan City, Orao T.Jl
ha. Denvor and San Fran- ,!J
claco 4)5 p.ra. li
From Opden, Cache Valley, " h
St. Anthony, Portland and i l.jf iH
San Francisco 6:55 p.m, ') l ' ll
DEPART. j ijlH
For Ocden, Omaha, Chicago. ' II K
Denver, Kansas City ana 11
St. Louis StOO turn. '
For Ogden. Portland. St An-
thony, San Francisco and 11 IF H
Intermediate points lO'JJO &.m. 'J , ,H
For Ogden, Omaha, Chicago, 'j It , !
Denver. Kansas City, St. II 11
Louis and San Francisco.. 1:10 p.Sl. j 1 lljj tH
For Ogden. Caohe Valley, It j ,H
Denver, Kansas Cttr. Oma- y
ha, St. Irouls and Chicago. B;45 p,m. r;' il ' M
For Ogden. Caoho Valley. j, ;
Butte. Helena, Portland, jy
Ban Francisco and In term- . i 1
alate points 11:45 p.au U
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Trafflo Mffr. '! (
D. E. BURLEY, G. P. & T. A. - '1 'H
D. 8. BPENCER, A G. P. & T. A. , i 'H
City Ticket offloo, 201 Main strett. ' ill 'H
Tolephon 2C0. .
TIME 0rXt ' '''I
TABLE, fefflffl "M
fem Pedro. Los Aa- vftVw ' !''. 1
From Oreron Short Line depot. Salt IaJc , I
.city: ! I
For Provo, Lohl. Fairfield and 1 ' ;
Nephl, Mantl and points on , '
Sanpet Valley Ry 7:80 .3n ' ,
For Garfield Beach, Tooele, ' J I
Stockton, Mammoth, Eureka, '
and Sliver City ""SHM aan. '
For Provo, American Fork, I ,, I
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco, '111
Caltentca and intermediate . J ; J
polnta M Qi05 p.m, J J ' '
ARRIVE. ! j ,
From Provo, Amorlcan Fork, ' K
Lehl, Juab. Mllford. Frisco.. 1 'I, I
Callentes and Intermediate 1 l!, I
points 93-sum. -
rrom Provo. Lehl, Fairfield, f V
Merour and Sanpeto Valley 1
Ry. points 5:35 p.m. '
From Silver City, Mammoth, I h
Eureka, Stockton, Tooelo and ') II
and Garfield Beach. 5:35 p.m. )('
Dally Pullman Buffet Slesplnir Cor Ber- 1
rice between Salt Lake, Mil ford, Modena 1 I u
rid Callontes. Ill 1
Direot stage connections for b& mining t ''
fllstrlcta in southorn Utah and NeTada. i
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Etroot - '
E. W. Gmi-ETT, J. L. MOORE, I j
Gen'l Pass. AglL , Coramerolal Agt. 1 (
SHORT UNfe ' l
TO ST. LOUIS. I
Through oar, Salt Lako City to St
Louis and Kaaa City. Only ono cbang 1
to New York. Buffalo and prlnolpal points li
GBiat-low patco for summer travoL U-'.
Espeatal attention to ladles and. caul- 1 ! (,
Tourlrt Blopora thrwat .to Ohlcairo, j I I
Boston and other pofcrtB RrtJfcwft ohaiiffe, ell
Tv,'o trains dallr, 1 , .
Inaulro at tluKoi otoca, 103 Dooly block. ' '
Rait Lako City. Any Information ohoor-
fully ft H7C. TOWNSEND. , H
G. P. & T. A. Missouri PacWo 7u St. ( ' j JM
Louis, Mo.. 11
In eScoi Jfsvumboa-12, 1C03. '
TjBAVB SALT LAKE CTTT. 1 ,
No. 2? For Blncham, Hobori j j
Provo and Maryevalo StOO m. l
No. lC-For Park dty . 8:16 a.m. ,1
No. ft-For Denver and Eant..... ;S0 s-m. I ,
No. 6 For Ogdon and West .10:60 a.m. ,
Jo. 1 S"or Ogdon and West. 1: p.m. ,
No. 8 For Denver and East...... 8:16 p.m. v .
No. 8 For Provo and Durelau... 5:X) p.m. 1 '
No. For Ogden and local pta- l:03 p.m. 1 ppj
m0. For Denvor and Hast. :05 p.m. ,
No. & For Offden and Wcat. 12U0 am. 1
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKH CITY.
No. e From Ogdon and the East 8:10 &.m. , r HH
No 12 From Ogdsn and local pts 9:05 a.m. , PBJ
No 7 From Euroka. and Provo. .10:00 a.m. , , BBj
No! 6 From Denver and East.. .10:40 o.m. ' 1 PH
No. 1 From Denver and East... lUB p.m. ).,,.
No. 2 From Ogdon and WobU-,. 8:06 p.m. lf
No. 101 From Park City.......... 6:16 p.m,
No 9 From Btntrham. Heber, ' Bpj
Provo and Maryovalo.....v,..1. 6:C0 p,ra.
No. 4 From Ogden and the Wast 7:66 p.m. ' ; J
No. 8 From Denvr and East.,, U vB9 b.m. . '
All train except Nou. 1 to at la. I ,
tormedlato points, ' , .
Ticket oftiao, Dooly Block. ' PBJ
I, A. ,0. tj?9 jH
Cheap Rates to J1 I
St. Louis I
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS VIA '
3-TRA1NS DiILY-3 j l
Wo can savo you money. Write ms. j ''ippj
C. F. WARREN. Genorai Agent jii iNpJpjJ
411 Dooly Block. Salt .Lako City.. (j f 'H
HOTEL OUTSFORD, ' ' I l
New and sicgunt In all lis appointments ' - iBBBJ
Z0 roomr, nlncle or en suite, 01 rooms witr 1 il l'
baUi- Q. 3. Holmes. Proprietor. J,j , BH