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I ,j::bs Sxm rTEnroi Satitiimt' Mourns, Kat isw. ' t m ; ! , i j H
M MERCER CASE
4 IS If AGAIN
llrtliern Securities
3f; fight Renewed.
'
Tichnical Points Threshed
'0 Out by the Contending
jf Attorneys.
Up for itehearing Before Judge
J9I; Bradford, in Newark, New
Jersey.
f it EWARK, N. J.. May 20. The caje
Vj ' W of E' Harrlman and Winslow
atstsj 1 S Pierce against the Northern
Securities company and the
ral yjfthern Pacific railroad, belnsr a pctl
Mjhjf ticn for an inlunction to prevent the
.V arrylnp out of the plan for the dls
V,rlb'utIon of railroad stocks held by the
iWiiirltIes company, was called before
NMItcd States Judge Bradford today,
i jfhjis suit Is similar to one heretofore
"Wii "ffl "J
I justices at St. Paul, the Northern Pa-Ur-
clc however, having: been made a eo
dwji pendant in the present action.
' vHher Mr. Harriman nor President
JIGI of the Northern Securities com
ran was present when the case was
'3 ' tslTtd. Attorney Thatcher was pres-
t, representing the Oregon Short
IiaS ' Uce bondholders, to protest against
'i tic suit on the ground that the trustees
' i ' c.' that line. who had been named in
gsi ' the petition, had no right tc Interfere
JrJ! ; trlth the plan for the distribution of
,''( i ibe Northern Securities assets, the
''! tcnlholders insisting that the plan
-it , rropoied was perfectly just and cqult-
i able
i Argument was about to begin when
; Attorney Thatcher potltioned the court
!k,'-j ' Id be heard. He said he did not want
"'A "i w ask to intervene at this stage of the
' proceedings or to be placed on the rec-
; crd as one of the litigants. His client,
.j he wid, simply wanted the court to
' hear his evs.
fin Mr. Llndabury held that the request
; ihwld not be granted unless the petl
!7K j UDSer was willing to go on the records.
':t i Judge Bradford said that while rhe
i arllon might be a little Irregular, he
! WJld grant the request, his object De
ri io$ solely to get at the facts in the
; at. ' .
5 ) Mt- Thntcher said it would taki but
'f toy minutes to present his views, and
5 the court said he would be heard later.
.' Francis V. Llndabury opened for the
;g I plilntlff. He argued that the Northern
.' Surltles company was never-properly
S i lr, possession of the Northern Pacific
1 . snd Great Northern stock's, ' because it
"IS I ebtslned them in a manner which the
jj courts had declared to be Illegal.
;t3 Mr Llndabury said the Oregon Short
li i. Line had acquired 575,000.000 of the
1 rjSIjf,W,W0 of stock of the Northern Pa
, clfic, or a majority of the whole. But
I of this stock only 537.000,000 was com
rnon, while the full Issue of common
! Jtock was JS0.OO0.000. Under the char
js ; ter of the Northern Pacific company, It
9 as later learned, the common stock in
j the meantime, notified Ir. Harriman
P- ; snd the Oregon Short Line company
"S ; tost they proposed to retire the pre-
ftrred stock and Issue common in Its
Y i Plsce. l"t tha.t no holder of the pre-
1 ttmd stock would be allowed to sub-
: ifrlbe for the new Issue of common
r ' Mork.. At the same time Morgan and
Hill announced that tbey were about
:g to organize the Northern Securities
x i company and that Harriman and the
a Oregon Short Line people could put
r ; thdr stock of the Northern Pacific
U j Into Ihe new corporation on the same
2 :. Mils as Morgan and Hill were putting
i theirs Mr. Llndabury said that his
I clients were thUB forced into the com
I binatlon. He declared that they had
: nothing to do with the organization of
, Jt. and that they claimed that now they
J ; nave a right to their stock deposited.
1 1 WESTERN PACIFIC GETS
I i BUTTE & PLUMAS ROAD
i i
5 :l filCOCKTON, Gal, Llay 20. Fred M.
i 'est of Stockton, one of the directors
n u of the' Western Pacific Railway com
t, ,f. pan'. today received the following tele
i h, tr from President W. J. Bartnett.
IS f vil lB now In New York:
'A Tou ire authorized to announce the
1 merger of the Interests of the Butte &
' ,iUma8 r,1,lroad with the Western Pa
V L ,Both interests will work In com
3 raon in future Also that construction
ork will begin from Stockton to Sac
f "rnnto as rsoon as necessary details
I. ' wn be settled."
k'
f j. THREE FRESGHT AGENTS
J. j FOR THE SHORT LINE
k In accordance with the new policy
of the Oregon Short Line railroad of
dividing its territory into three dls-
,V itficts for the more convenient manage
. I mentof the freight and passenger busl
Ji nets, the appolntmoht of three mc who
h l ife to have charge of these districts.
ch bearing the title of district freight
IEnd paejcnRer agent, was announced
3owaj' ThCSe nPPlntmcnts
are as
David R. Gray, who will have charge
dm,L.f (lIstrlct of Utah, which will
ouotless also Include the Union Pa
P.r. anJ?. Southern Pacific lines from
tYn ? R vcr t0 eno. with headquar
tfJn thls cll'
mnk H. Pialatcd for the district of
j," - Ith headquarters at Pocatello.
tttn 'llsori ror the district of Mon
headquarters at Butte,
riii the Inauguration of the new
' an 0n June J the traveling freight
: : trir P.ame"5cr necnts of the Utah dls
i'i In u,ttl aU "Port to Mr. Gray, who
oLm w.iU reP't to the general head-Irfc-i.
thlB clt'' nni1 olhr dl8'
f be manascd in the same
I' R Gray, wh050 district Is the-
ill''
most important one of the three Is a
rnUrL iman wl,th an ceptlonally good
railroad record, as well as of deserved
Popularity outside of railroad eiMe
Boni In 1RCG In Loveland. O. he en.'
tered the railroad service In 1884 as n
n Jnn l P?nnK-v'vanla railroad 0f
?fmV C,ambrldffe City. Ind, where he
remained until JS86. when he began a
four years' course In the Wcelevan unl
vcnslty at Delaware, O. After com
Pletln his college course he enteral
the general ofllces of the Southern Pa
cific in San Franclpc-o. A year later he
f"?ut0 Sa,t T'JC as contracting agent
hSri ,0l"Panv. i position which he
;'?nunt".0elobP-. 1892, when he was
acnanced to general agent When Har
ilman secured control of the Espee. Mr
onTIL fdvn,,Ped to represent the
entire Harriman Interests In the capa
city of general agent.
POPULAR OFFICIAL
GETS A PROMOTION
J. L. Moore of this city has ben ap
pointed district froighf ,and passenger
agent of the .Salt Lake or north end
division of the San Pedro. Los Angeles
t Salt Lake railroad. Mr. Moore Is de
servedly popular In railroad circles and
his appointment to this responsible po
sition by General Freight and Pnssen-
G?rr m?,iU E' w- Gilk,u ls the reward
of faithful nnd efficient service.
For several years Mr. Mourr- has been :
associated with Mr. Gillett in railroad
Hork, having served under him as
ticket agent for the Santa Fe at
Phoenix, Ariz., and later as city pas
senger agent at Los Angeles for the
Salt Lake route. He has" also senod
as passenger agent for the New York
Central at Los Angeles. He came to
Salt Lake with Mr. Gillett and became
quite popular with the shippers during
his recent service here as commercial
agent for the San Pedro road. His
promotion to the higher position will
be received with pleasure by his many :
friends.
LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS
CONTINUE THEIR WORK
LOS ANGELES, Cal., May :o.-The
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
continued In executive session todaj , be
ing still occupied with the disposition of
matters of comparative unimportance.
Only a brief session Is to be hold today,
tho delegates making preparations to de
part at u o'clock this evening for their ex
cul?Jon 10 Catal'na Inland Eight hundred
of them will go in two atcamors from San
Pedro, leaving the Island for tho roturn
trip Saturday afternoon.
Alrendy activity is belns: manifested bv
delegations from several towns In various
parts of the country to secure the location
of the next biennial convention of th
Brotherhood. A delegation from Mem
phis, Tenn.. hns established headquarters
and Is distributing circulars, showing the
advantages of their city. A eommlttco
from Lincoln, Neb., is also In the field.
Mutilated Records.
JEFFERSON CITY". Mo.. May 20.-The
Supreme court today found Speaker
James H. "Whltocotton of the House of
Representatives. as attorney In a mur
der case, guilty of mutilating the recojd
In the case. ,The Attorney-General may
institute :dlsbarmcnt proceedings against
"V,hJtocottfnv . , .
If anyone should ask you what ls
better to wear under foot than
leather, softer than nails, and more
durable than either
Say "New Rubber "
RUBBER HEELS
Are made of new, live, resilient rub
ber, direct from the forests of tho
Amazon lively to tread upon, tough j
and tenacious.
Merit, like water, will always seek j
its level. -
It sometimes takes a little longer !
for rubber merit to reach the grade
where it .belongs, because a lie trav
els faster than the truth, but the last
ais months, of wear and tear have
been great levelers of several rubber
heels which have been masquerading
under the claim of being a3 good as
O'Sullivan's.
On the principle that perfection
cannot be improved upon. O'Sullivan
Heels keep right on selling as low as
tho inferior substitutes, and the sur
vival of the fittest works out its own
destiny with new rubber.
i We're just
as careful i
In selecting our lino of standard j
bottled liquors ns we are select- ;
ing the 'ngredienla for our pre- 1
scrlptlons. Nothing but the best, S
Never a substitute. "We .?11 the r
famous Old Crow, Hermitage and s
Athcrton whlpkles, and we also f
have, a complete variety of the 9
best wines for the table, chain- H
pagne. sparkling Burgundy and M
the famous Creata Blanca Sau- B
terne- and Claret. Also nil kinds
of cocktails, In quart bottles only,
SCHRAMM'S
Where the Cars jj
Stop. 1
LIFE'S WALK EASY J
TRADE-MARK, J&P
dealer docs not keep them,
will tell you who docs. J&r
. Crossett, Inc., jtir
BlNGTON, MASS.
MMAfflK& !RES YOKED -"OUPIDERE"
ffRirfMMi Tfc'8 ffroat V?cabl9 TTfeiDtttr, tt prascrlpUca of & famooa French rviT3lrtnT tIH
VJS&P S3 fr&j QlctlTourorfof pU noirpni erduoaioo or IbtraeratlTeprcftDe.tuoh uLott ixan.
.M'lr . VtsJl hoo1 I niacin I IfeJoa la th Bach, &sbIboJ JEmlkou. rierrani ItllHv,
y&U vfervAjU Plmplca, Utifltaoqs to caurrr, XSzhaaitlng Orelni, Tar(oceIr, aad Cnr'l
l5S5t-iWMSll putlon. Itetopo tilpltit by aay.or night. PrBtur1tjr. whloh If not cheefcod ltao
;n Bpcrrantorriioek dsJ uu tho horror of ImcMcner DX7PISEWK oIciuiMva tho llrcr
'aotlcrcoTo. CUl'lTDllNn Ursnytfcwin tnd nutoroe. Thiroajon onderflrs aro not enrod by dooion
t toenaw ntnotj per cinv are troobl'W with ProitaQti. CTtDPIDKjS'E la the onir Uno-rra tomo;
s ouro without an operation 60Q UiAtmonl&ls. A wntten (pianfltoo bItoh mad tcodot rotorncd If il t
oxoa do not oaeci n purraannnt coro. 9 t.OO A box; tlx for (3.00 br mbll. Huna for ft olrcaiur had
lUmoalcJa jLddrcw KATOL MJU3ICINB CO.. (Uta PrsnQlaoo, Cal.
GOD'EE-PTTZa ESTJQ CQ Salt Lako City. Utak Azm2
WM SATURDAY
Hlast DAY!H
PP GreenTrstig
3 Don't Miss Your Last Chance ' Sw
to Fill Your Book
iHf CASH STORE
IQ W. BARTL1NG, Prop.
-i fii i r "'i i il I 1 1 1 frTTnTTrrTTBWTTI I 1 1 I UInTrTiW nnn ii,aanTT:aaiWH'i!i'i.iii. jn m
; Salt "Lake aty. Utah, Jfay 16. 1901. -
To the Merchant's Protective Association: : j
fl Yours of the 16th Inst to hand and contents noted. In obtaining set- j i
j tlemcnt of this claim for me. you have accomplished what oil others lu ;
9 failed to do. This cloJm was about .12 years old. For four or five years
' it was lh tho hands o attorneys for collection, and was returned to me as
worthless. It ifl equal to 5700 00 found, and I desire to commend you for
t j-our persererenco and success. Yourn truly. " j
JOHN MOUNTEI5B, Grocer, 1020 Second St
t Does any one owe you? Do you want ltl j ;
K We will collect It- That's our buainei-s.
Merchants' Protective Association 1
j SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF BAD DEBTS.
Francis G. Luke, Gen'l M's'r, top floor, Commercial Block. Salt Lake
City.
"Some people don't like us," j
?t's the Salt
jnqfgr Lake Stamp
1 That Makes
(Sfellm 107 S. W. Templo
P Sa4t Lake Plt.
I PICTURE FRAV1INQ I
At Popular Prices. I
American Wall Paper Co.
6 E, THTRD SOUTH. 1
i
i I
u
I FULL SET, OF TEETH.., ....$5,001
GOLD CROWNS $5.00 1
GOLD FILLINGS .. $1.00 Up I
I SILVER FILLINGS 50c
PAINLESS EXTRACTION . 50c B
WORK GUARANTEED. LADY" 0
ATTENDANT. HOURS S TO S.
SUNDAY 10 TO 2.
THAT'S ALL.
Boston Dental
Parlors,
126 MAIN STREET.
1 A Watch That Doesn't
Go Is Better '
Than one that doosa't keep S
good time.
Ono is light every twelvo
hours and the other never I
1 eifckt.
A good watch doesn't cost
much these days, and it Is a '
ccnatant pleasure to own I
one.
We have the right kinds; :
ali mates; all gurs)teed.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
An Inquiry by Mail Will Be Prompt'
ly Answered
. '
U"Hl "JJ1" I1 W II TO UNO. MIDDLED
S W I ml 1 1 AGED AND ELDER.
5 V H 5 ' y LY. It you aro aexuoJ
2 l I ll ImH i rj ly weak, no matter
t t h K Mi m rom what cause; unde
t ail 9 "Tl A ES vclopd; have ntrlctura.
IfcSesrassdEEBU vnrlojcele, etc.. MX
PERFECT APfLIAN.E will oura you.
No druBa or electricity: 75,00) cured ajid
developed. 10 DATS' TRIAL. Send for
free booklot. Bent sealed. Guaranteed.
Write today. R. C. Emmet, 2C8 Tabor
BloclE. Denver, Cola.
UNION ASSAY OFFICE,
M. S. HANAUER, Manager.
Removed to 152 South W. Temple-.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRB89
will recelvo prompt attention. Analytical
nork & cpolfllty. Bend for prloo list.
TIME
TABLE, p)
Ban Pedro, Lob An- V
pelea & Salt Lalco VUV
R. R. Co.
DEPART.
From Orecon Short Line depot, Salt Lako
City:
For Provo. Lehl. Fairfield and
Nephl, Mint I and points on
Sanpetn Valley Ry 7:30 a.m. I
For Garfield Beach. Tooele.
Stockton, Mammoth, Eureka,
and Silver City 8:00 a.m.
For Provo, American Fork,
Lehl, Juab, Mllford, Frisco,
CaHontcs and Intermediate
Pdnts "G.-05 p.m.
ARRIVE.
From Provo, American Fork,
Lenl; Juab, Mllford, Frleco.
Call-itea and Intermediate
vomxB i 9:35 a.m.
From' Provo Lehl, Fairfield.
Mcrcur a"4 Sanpeto Valley
Ry. point 5:35 p.m.
From Sliver City. Mammoth.
Eureka. Stockton. Tooelo and
and GaTfleld Beach 5:35 p.m.
Daily.
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Sor
vlce betT7een Salt Lake, Mllford, Modrna
and Collentoo.
Direct stage connections for all mlnlnp
districts In southern Utah and Nevada.
City Ticket Offlco, 201 Main Street.
Telephone 250.
E. W GILLETT. J. L,. MOORE,
Gen'l Pasa. Apt. Ckfmmerclal Agt
TDratful PIrco to Visit. j
j A Ptofitablo Place to Zlva. j
I tf ornia j
H OrtBt Plo? Ground on Earth.
SFsmrue Places Wfaloh Ercryono
Wants to Sao. r
InvoBt hi a Tlofcet to CALIFGR- i
1 NIA and Bccun Rich DlvldndB .m
R HEALTH. PLEASURE AND J
g WEALTH. . f
S Mennlaln, Valley. 2U'ort, Lakes
K and Ocean TltAcied by the I
1 Southern Pacific :
1 (Company's Lines
H For descriptlvo and Qluotratdr
m Itterarure call i No. 01 Main '
M Street, Salt Lako City. i
Bl D. R. GRAY, O on oral Arent.
w ii m ii unl i ii in i in i ii 'inmi 1 1 m
SCZ ifX SAlUNta
NEW YORK
Londonderry, Glasgow,
( r 5iiw York, Gibraltar, Naples,
Superior accommodation. Excellent Cul-
sine Comfort of pnscenrers cnrcully
considered. Single or Hound Trip Tickets
! betvecn New York ond Scotch, English,
' Irish and all principal Scandinavian and
f ConUnontal points at attractive rates. Send
" for Book, of Toure. For tickets or general
Information apply to any local acont of tbo
Anchor Line or n
HENDERSON BROS., Gen'l Agenli. CHICAGO. ILL
ITkoEgh Sleeper ' i
Salt Lake to St. Lotssse I
It's a Burlington Koute Pullman, so of course
It's the one you want. Reaches St. Louis at 7:19 m
I a. m.j saving jou a night's hotel bill and giving you M
the advantage of an early morning start to your m
friend's house, to the Exposition, or to wherever tot
else you wish to go. p
Six and one-half hours (4:00 p. m. to 10:35 p. m.) j
y in which to see Denver; en route. jf
$ 1
& E
ft rjmggSjfgsaajSBl There is more to tell and I will tell It w
KJ yjH y0Vi Blve me vour address. Send
I R' r' NELSEN General Agent,
I SSISH 70 W" SECND S0UTH stre:et j
klll SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
tWE TREAT AND CURE j '
CATAKRH-neafneu. Nose and Throat fL .RSWMV U
Troubles, Byo nnrt K.ir Dlcne. OrODCblHl 'lSSf)8iS?
and Lunif Trouble?. Asthma. 8.omach,J.lr- y5
er nd KldDO IMscqsoh. Hlartd.-r Trouble.. &
Femalo Complaints. Chronlo lMea8CH of tWj'jf '
Wonieo and Children IionrC Dhoacc, Nci- '"V f&'V89
ok niMasss, Cbortja, Hu Vitus Dance), v si
lUcrfW, Spinal Trouble, Stn niieaies. 7rt-r 9
Polallcaand Khouniatlbm, Dlaeatcti of tho AsMJCf? 11
BoweU, rile. Fistula and Kectal Trouble. MXy-. fiZ
Goitre (or bin npok). Blood IMseases, Tape vvSSJ' jffifrfi-'
Worru. Hay Forer llTiorin Knilepr, In- ''f&&?fiy
t-orunln. oto., nrt all Nerroas. I'rlralo and J- WofflAjPp
Chronlo Dlioascs. ConnultaHon Krec. W&y f
In all prUato dljeasos ol men. to ihow cur J&zj&wE
nood faith and (kill, vse are nlwa)s willing to
db. a. j. shokep. Halt lor eur lee until a cure li eflectod, dr. o. w. anoarB.
"contracted Disorders I W ? A M F N VARICOCELS.
hUrbVon'e0 or A 11 W "Sololr palnleas
Xrf;ni? h SrSJ trealrupnt that ourcs j
hSarSpan" B c.lled-Woakne In mon 1. merelr uritncli 3
bolnc dUcbarved a ft jnlptoni of chronic Inflammation n ha7ho " r,TnS?f" !
cured, nnd we ciru In tbe prolato gland. brouBUi on by early l',!"?, T'tmsnT for
lus, time than tho or- dllPatlon or by tho Improper treat- Jg l n f
dlnary forma ot treat- ment of kotno coutracted dUeaie. A ISiXJ, I
tnent require. complete and radical cure Is. therefore, P'"i"- I
5 queitlon of rcitcrlnc tho pronnie ft
. slnnd to Its normal tlato. und this wo m
r ..in, DinH d.1... accorojilUU promptly nnd. complutoly Sprrum t o rr h o o n,
SpeCIIIC HI003 tJ01SOn. without tbo mo of Internal rnmedles. Gonorrhoea, 8yphl-
So daueoroud mineral Our tretmoni is n local poo entirely. ,, St rlcturo, IMIoa, S
lo drlTO the vlrut to II la original ond soleutlflo. and has i.nt Mnnhuoil, H- fi
tho Intorlor. but harm- been proien abtolutely ohcciIto by drocelr, Somlnn) I
lea. blood-olean-Jmr houand ot tct. W o are eonnncod Weukoe. etc., nro j
remedies, that rciuore that by no other methods can full and ,, nn)onri tho rtt.
tbo laul poisonous pennanont rtito.-atlon or strength and cuon to enro to
Hint, visor b accomplished. atay cured.
I 1 I -J J
HOME CURES BY MAIL.
We make apcclally of curlrm patlnnta by mull. .Vo haYc cured thousand who haro
nayer con u nen-fmally. If jon are nnilctcd nnd cannot call, write us for adTlco und fre ijmp- j
torn Wonks nnd we will Kindly adtl.oyou rouardlne your free of charge. J
Otuee Uoura: 0 ft. m. to 6 p.m.: EyenlnKi. ' to 5: Bundoys nod Holidays, 10 a. m, tc It t
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, "Vjf&ffcfeuu g
ARRIVE.' 1;'
F,"?, OKden. Portland. IrK'' I (
Buito. Sar. Francisco, Chi- K I . ' ,
cqxo, ht. Loula, Omaha, I I'C' I .
and Denver 8:30a,TnJ I 't' J ,
From Offdcn and Intermedl- I I ,1
.ale P'nt3 9:10 a.m. S rj i H
From Ocdcn, Cacho Valley, 1 ' '
and Intermediate polnta..... H:55 xum, B ' l '
FVom Ogden. ChlcaRo. st. lM
Iouls. Ivaneaa City. Oma- 1 .lb '"H
ha. Denver and San Fran- KiV
T,c,,?co-- - 4:05 p.BL i'if;
i'forn Opdon, Cache V?JlCy. t llaH
fit. Anthony. Portlnnd and il, " ilH
Son pranc,8C0D-- 0:55 p.m.. j ' ijH
For Ogden, Omaha. Chicago, ,!! l'
Denver. Kaneaa City and i i '
St. Louis 6.-00 a.uu rb I
For Oglen. Portland. St. An- I ) ,'
thony. San Fmnclaco and f
Intermedlato points 10:20 aon.- j n
For Ocden, Omaha, Chicago, hli, l
Denvor, ICaneas City, St. I j. f 1
LohIb and Ban FranclBco.. 1:10 pjiu i U:' a ! i IH
Por Otfdon. Cache Valley. it')'' I , IH
Derivor, Kanooe City. Oma- : iH
ha, 8L Louts and Chlcttgo. 5:45 p.m. 'J 1 JH
For Osdn. Cache Valley, - j 'l I IH
Butte, Helena. Portland, '' ,
San Franctaco and Interme- 1
dlate points 11:45 p,mj It. ! .it aH
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Trafllo iter . ! MH
D. E. BURLEY. G, P. A T. A. f I !'lHH
D. 8. SPENCER. A G. P, & T. A. A If HiH
City Ticket office, 201 Main street. ! ' U. VM
.Teleahone 250, j J
C 0 LO R A D 0-U T A H SHORT LINEj l'
to st. louis. m-: ' H
Through car, Salt Lake City to St. B 1 i I liH
Louia and Kansas City. Only one changoj n ! ! ' 1
to N'cv York. Buffalo and principal point Ml''1 "V '
East low rates for summer travel. B f ' I
Eapcclil attention to ladles and chu If (V I : , ' aH
5ron. Bl,M: 1
Tourist sleepers throuch to ChicagoJ t I iil
Boston and other points without change. H ! r I IH
Two trains dally. lit'' ' I I laaH
Inquire at ticket office, 103 Dooly block. I '
Salt Lake City. Any information cheer- ('!'' t ' jLaH
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND, I ' .
G. P & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry., St- v)t,'- I '! iH
Louis. Mo. 1 )'
IPO p ! II
In effect November 22, 190S. J ' IH
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. , , j
No. 10 For Blneham. Heber, I
Provo and Marysvalo 3:00 a-tn. , , ' I
No. 102 For Park City 8 -.15 a.iru (fi , ,
No. G For Denver and East S:I0 a.m. HI, 1 III HH
Na o For Ofidcn and West 10J a.m, 'Ami i ' JaaH
No. 1 For Ogden and "West 1:45 p.m. fflli , 'jH
No. 3-For Denvor and East 3:15 p.m. fitt ' ' I'H
No. S For Provo and Eureka.... 5:00 p.m. nil x y ,
No, 0 For Ogden and local pts.. 6:03 p,m. ' ; I' Y
No t For Denver and Ea-st 8:03 p.m. tm' '!
No, 3 For Offdcn and West. . ..12:10 a.m. Jd.! " '"
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKH CITY. ftL ' j'j IH
No. From Ogden nnd the East 8;10 a.m. llfl
No. 12 From Ogden and local pts 9:05 a-m. Bill! laLal
No. 7 FTom Euroka and Provo. .10:00 a.m. f.H '' i I, 1 IH
No, 5 From Denvor and Ea.st... 10:0 a.m fftlli r ' IH
No, l--From Denver ar.ti East... 1:SS p.m. MRfiL. t aLal
No. -From Orrden and West.... 3:05 p.m. nltt ti' taH
No. un From Park City 5:15 p.m. m-'i M aLai
No. 9 From Blneham, Heber, 5a1 !1 ''i'aaH
Provo and Marysvale 6.00 p.m. 1H ' k
No. 4 From OEen and the West 7:55 p.m. ffij I LH
No. 3 From Denvor and East. ..11:53 p.m. ffisN ' ! ' IH
All train except Nos. 1 to C stop at ln )t (l H
tcnnedlatc points. III'
Ticket office, Dooly Block. nut t
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I. .A. .BENTON. G..A. p. D- j l jH
Cheap Rates to : fl 1 !j! I
St. Louis fj ':H
(AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS TVL&J j j
3-miNS ' DAILY-3 . I
Wo can save you money. Write me. i'l Haaafl
C. F. WARREN. General Aent iij;4: ll
411 Dooly Block, Salt Lako City. j
'Tisthe "Comfort Lino T" li '
FREE mf
RESLINIWG If. ,
ON THE POPULAR W ' ' j
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BETWEEN, n--' T
LGOISYELLB W'i
THE EH ST -VND K; t
SOOTMEHST l 1
AS WE ARE THE ORIGINATORS K t f
OF FREE RECLINING CHAIR D Lt ,
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN Kf? . H
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE. ! ,
DON'T YOU THINK JT WOULD Wiv'' 1 aLH
PAY YOU. IN TRAVELING TO W' !
"GET THE HENiRSON R0UT3 HP , i
HABITT" IT WILL US. K lij. '
MK US HBUT IT lH 'H
7. a LINDSAY, aener.il Agei& B 1 , J '
31. a. OUIOnNGKIlL K. 1
(Trav. Pass. Agent. I JH

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